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THE DAY I WAS BORN. The research work done by Julia Golubchenkova, a pupil of the 10 th B form
INTRODUCTION My name is Julia Golubchenkova. I was born on the 11 th of June I think that was a remarkable day in the life of my family. I was interested to know what events had happened on that day, what famous people shared the birthday with me and other interesting facts connected with that date.
J OHN C ONSTABLE. ( ) English painter, ranked with Turner as one of the greatest British landscape artists. Although he showed an early talent for art and began painting his native Suffolk scenery before he left school, his great originality matured slowly. He committed himself to a career as an artist only in 1799, when he joined the Royal Academy Schools and it was not until 1829 that he was grudgingly made a full Academician, elected by a majority of only one vote. In 1816 he became financially secure on the death of his father and married Maria Bicknell after a seven-year courtship and in the fact of strong opposition from her family. During the 1820s he began to win recognition: The Hay Wain (National Gallery, London, 1821) won a gold medal at the Paris Salon of 1824 and Constable was admired by Delacroix and Bonington among others
VISSARION GRIGORJEVICH BELINSKY Russian literary critic and publicist. Born in Sveaborg. After finishing the local district school he came in the Penza school, but studied not so much in class as the books, often hitting their teachers knowledge, far beyond the high school program. His favorite poet was Alexander Pushkin. In 1829 he successfully passed the exam and was enrolled at the Faculty of Literature at Moscow University. The family could not provide him with material support, so he had to rely on himself: earning for his life by lessons and translations, as the majority of students from poor did.
R ICHARD G EORG S TRAUSS (1864 – 1949) Was a German composer of the late Romantic and early modern eras, particularly of operas, Lieder and tone poems. Strauss was also a prominent conductor. Strauss was born in Munich, the son of Franz Strauss, who was the principal horn player at the Court Opera in Munich. In his youth, he received a thorough musical education from his father. He wrote his first music at the age of six, and continued to write music almost until his death.GermancomposerRomantic operasLiedertone poemsconductor MunichFranz Strausshorn
J ACQUES -Y VES C OUSTEAU (1910 –1997) Was a French naval officer, explorer, ecologist, filmmaker, innovator, scientist, photographer, author and researcher who studied the sea and all forms of life in water. He co-developed the aqua- lung, pioneered marine conservation and was a member of the Académie française. He was commonly known as " le Commandant Cousteau " or " Captain Cousteau ".Frenchexplorerecologistresearcheraqua- lungAcadémie française
A ND MANY OTHERS John Constable (John Constable) (d. 1837), English painter Vissarion Belinsky (d. 1848), Russian literary critic, essayist, philosopher, and a Democrat Jules Valles (Jules Vallès) (d. 1885), French writer and political activist, revolutionary, a member of the commune in Eugene Muntz (Eugène Müntz) (d. 1902), a French art historian Antoni Grabowski (Antoni Grabowski) (d. 1921), a Polish chemical engineer, poet, father of poetry in Esperanto Sigismund Vladislavovich Zaremba, composer Richard Strauss (Richard Strauss) (d. 1949), German composer and conductor Alexander Archipenko (d. 1964), Ukrainian sculptor, the pioneer of abstract art sculptures James Basevi (James Basevi) (mind. 1962), American artist Nikolai Bulganin (b. 1975), Soviet political and military figure Vasily Nebolsin (d. 1959), conductor Yasunari Kawabata (d. 1972), a Japanese writer, Nobel Prize in 1968 for "Writing that conveys the essence of the Japanese consciousness". The author of "Snow Mountain", "thousand-crane", novels "Stone Mountain", "Old Capital", etc Shabalin Bessarion (d. 1963), composer of five symphonies and the opera "The Taming of the Shrew." Emil Frantisek Burian (Emil František Burian) (d. 1959), Czech composer, playwright and director and actor Vladimir Kochetov (d. 1980), actor and director Alexei Chernov (d. 1978), actor ("The Dawns Here Are Quiet", "Scarlet Flower").
Jacques Yves Cousteau (Jacques-Yves Cousteau) (d. 1997), the French oceanographer, inventor of the aqualung Carmino Coppola (Carmine Coppola) (d. 1991), American composer, conductor, father Francis Ford Coppola (Francis Ford Coppola). Posted by music for films son "Godfather 2" and "Apocalypse Now" James Alger (James Nelson Algar) (mind. 1998), American animator and director of Disney educational films Yuri captain (d. 1997), children's writer ("Elixir Cuprum Esa", "clairvoyant") Richard Todd (Richard Todd), an Irish actor William Styron (William Styron), American writer, winner of the Pulitzer Prize ("Long March", "set fire to the house", "Augie") Jean-Pierre Chabrol (Jean-Pierre Chabrol), French writer Athol Fugard (Harold Athol Lannigan Fugard), South African playwright. Topping the list of those to whom the South African drama owes its achievements. She writes in English Nina Timofeeva, ballerina Gene Wilder (Gene Wilder), an American actor, screenwriter and director Jaime Camino (Jaime Camino), Spanish film director Yevgeny Kharitonov (b. 1981), poet, novelist, playwright, director Oleg Vidov, actor ("Ordinary Miracle", "Walking the Streets of Moscow") Frank Bierd (Frank Beard), drummer of the American group «ZZ Top» Bjarne Stroustrup (Bjarne Stroustrup), Danish scientist and programmer, creator of the C programming language Bidzina Revazovich Chkheidze, Georgian actor, film director and screenwriter Ivan E. Novitsky, poet Hugh Laurie, actor, writer and musician, who brought fame primarily role in the British comedy television series Gregg Hoffman American producer. He worked on the film "Saw: The game of survival " Venia D'rkin (real name Alexander Litvinov) (d. 1999), Russian bard, poet, musician.
J AMES III Prince James, Prince of Wales (James Francis Edward Stuart; " The Old Pretender " or " The Old Chevalier "; 10 June 1688 – 1 January 1766) was the son of the deposed James II of England (James VII of Scotland). As such, he claimed the English, Scottish and Irish thrones (as James III of England and Ireland and James VIII of Scotland) from the death of his father in 1701, when he was proclaimed king of England, Scotland and Ireland by his cousin Louis XIV of France. Following his death in 1766 he was succeeded by his son Charles Edward Stuart in the Jacobite Succession. James II of EnglandLouis XIV of FranceCharles Edward StuartJacobite Succession
R EGINALD J OSEPH M ITCHELL ( ) W as an aeronautical engineer, best known for his design of the Supermarine Spitfire.aeronautical engineer Supermarine Spitfire R.J. Mitchell was born at 115 Congleton Road, Butt Lane, Kidsgrove, Staffordshire, England.  After leaving Hanley High School at the age of 16 he gained an apprenticeship at Kerr Stuart & Co. of Fenton, a locomotive engineering works.  At the end of his apprenticeship he worked in the drawing office at Kerr Stuart and studied engineering and mathematics at night school.Butt Lane KidsgroveStaffordshire England Hanley High Schoolapprenticeship Kerr Stuart & Co.Fenton locomotive  engineeringmathematics
CONSTANTIN NIKOLAYEVICH IGUMNOV( ) Konstantin Igumnov was a distinguished Russian pianist and teacher, one of the founders of Russian piano school, People's Artist of the USSR, the rector of the Moscow Conservatory. He was born April 19 (May 1) 1873 in the town of Lebedyan Tambov province (now the Lipetsk region) in a merchant family.
A ND OTHERS Henry Young English, King of England, co-ruler of his father King Henry II of England James III (James III) (b. 1452), King of Scotland George I (Georg Ludwig von Hannover) (b. 1660), the first representative of the Hanover dynasty in the royal throne of Great Britain Klemens Wenzel Lothar von Metternich (Clemens Wenzel Lothar Graf Metternich) (b. 1773), Austrian politician Karl Otto Weber, a German surgeon Alexander Obrenovic, king of Serbia, killed terrorists organization "Black Hand" Jacob Gordin (b. 1853), a Jewish playwright ("The Jewish King Lear", "God, Man and Devil") Alexander Dmitriyevna Lvov (b. 1849), novelist Lev Vygotsky, a Soviet psychologist Robert Irwin Howard, an American science fiction writer Reginald Mitchell (Reginald Joseph Mitchell) (b. 1895), English aircraft designer, creator of the fighter "Spitfire".
Mate Zalka (real name Bela Frankl) (Máté Zalka - Béla Frankl) (b. 1896), the Hungarian communist writer, the general during the Civil War in Spain Iona Yakir (b. 1896), captain Konstantin Igumnov (b. 1873), composer, teacher Luke (in the world Valentin Feliksovich Voyno- Yasenetsky) (p. 1877), religious philosopher, theologian, writer and surgeon, the Archbishop of Crimea and Simferopol Alexander Kerensky (b. 1881), a prominent Russian politician, Chairman of the Provisional Government Julius Evola (Julius Evola) (b. 1898), Italian philosopher, esoteric and writer John Wayne (real name Marion Michael Morrison) (John Wayne - Marion Michael Morrison) (born 1907), American actor Anatoly Solonitsyn (p. 1934), actor ("Andrei Rublev" (Rublev), "Solaris" (Sartorius), The Legend of Thiele (Rybnik), "Stalker" (writer), "Loving Man", "Home Among Strangers, Stranger Among His Own" "Turn", "Guys," "Mirror", "Ascent", "Twenty-six days in the life of Dostoevsky, and others).
H OLIDAYS. There are also some holidays celebrated on this day.
H OLIDAYS. Catholicism; Day of St. Barnabas the Apostle. Hawaii, Kamehameha Day, a holiday in honor of the first king of Hawaii. Australia, the Queen's birthday. Denmark, birthday Prince Henrik.
E VENTS. I would like to summarize the most significant events that took place on June 11.
The fall of the Byzantine Empire Christopher Columbus made his second trip, and then fell into disfavor of Queen of Spain due to the fact that he had never found his way to China.
Spanish conquistadors founded Buenos Aires a poem of Nikolai Gogol's "Dead Souls was published ".
Queen Elizabeth gave the musicians of the Beatles the Order of the British Empire Greece adopted the Constitution.
1991 «Microsoft» produced the operation system MS DOS Jurassic Park shot by Steven Spilberg appeared on the cinema screens of the USA The explosure in the train at the undeground station Tulskaya in Moscow.
A ND OTHERS Crusaders defeated the Seljuk Turks at the Battle of Azaz The fall of the Byzantine Empire Christopher Columbus (Cristoforo Colombo) completed his second trip, and then fell into disfavor Queen of Spain due to the fact that never found his way to China Spanish conquistadors founded Buenos Aires Benjamin Franklin (Benjamin Franklin) invented a cooker In Breslau signed a contract in which Austria recognized the right of Prussia to Silesia James Cook (James Cook), opened the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Australia The Continental Congress established a committee to write the Declaration of Independence has published a poem of Nikolai Gogol's "Dead Souls" China announced the start of "a hundred days of reform" Cook Islands declared part of New Zealand In Kiev, opened All-Russian Agricultural Exhibition The Kazakh national movement Alash declare illegal all the decrees of Soviet power in Kazakhstan In Ukraine, announced the start of the fight against homelessness The British Government protested in connection with the financing of the USSR strikes in Britain American zoologist William Beebe (Charles William Beebe) and engineer Otis Burton (Otis Barton) built on their bathysphere fall into the water at 400 m. Two years later they reached the immersion depth of 900 m. bathysphere is a spherical steel chamber with windows that allow to monitor the underwater object and life of the ocean.
On the night of June 12 "Tukhachevsky" shot by Soviet commanders MI Tukhachevsky Yakir (commander of the Kiev Military District), Uborevich, (commander of the Byelorussian Military District), A. I. Cork, Head of the Military Academy, and others U.S. President Roosevelt (Franklin Delano Roosevelt) first gave the future Queen of England Elizabeth II hot-dogom New Zealand, Australia and the South African Union declared war on Italy Uruguay became the first country to recognize the French government of Charles de Gaulle (Charles de Gaulle) Queen Elizabeth bestowed the musicians of the Beatles with the Order of the British Empire The Council of Ministers approved a regulation on the establishment of AIS Greece adopted the Constitution In Libya, announced the nationalization of American oil companies The first oil extracted in the North Sea created Nizhnesvirsky reserve in the Leningrad region U.S. went out on screens film by Steven Spielberg (Steven Spielberg) «ET. Income from rental and sale of video tapes have exceeded $ 700 million The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted a decision to introduce a new procedure for calculating time (since in the Ukraine during an hour different from Moscow, which is more consistent with time zones) The company «Microsoft» released operating system MS DOS 5.0. A total of 12 released versions of MS-DOS, each of which had its own peculiarities. Thus, MS-DOS 2.0 Was directed to ensure compatibility with applications developed for other operating systems. In MS-DOS 3.0 focused on networking opportunities and work with large volumes of discs in MS-DOS 5.0 included support for extended memory (more than 640 Kbytes). MS-DOS 6.0 Gathered together all that was done, and at the same time became the latest operating system family of MS-DOS Russia has adopted a state program of voucher privatization On the screens the U.S. went out Steven Spielberg's "Jurassic Park" Moscow subway station "Tula", an explosion In Egypt, was born two-headed calf and the hexapod.