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Moscow - Notable Historical Events

Peter the GreatAug 25, 1698

Catherine IISep 1, 1763

NapoleonSep 14, 1812

Pyotr Ilyich TchaikovskyNov 17, 1876

Nicholas IIMay 18, 1896

ChekhovJan 31, 1901

Maurice MaeterlinckSep 30, 1908

LeninJan 27, 1924

StalinAug 12, 1942

Winston ChurchillAug 16, 1942

Lee Harvey OswaldOct 31, 1959

Fidel CastroJul 2, 1962

Nikita KhrushchevSep 13, 1971

Jimmy CarterJan 20, 1980

Andrei SakharovJan 22, 1980

Boris YeltsinOct 3, 1993

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Moscow - Historical Events
Date Event
1380-09-08

Battle on Kulikovo: Moscow's great monarch Dimitri beats Mongols beginning the decline of the Tatars

1408-12-05

Emir Edigu of Golden Horde reaches Moscow.

1448-12-05

Bishop Jona of Moscow chosen as metropolitan of Kiev/Intoxication

1472-06-24

Zoe Paleologa departs Rome for Moscow

1478-01-18

Grand Duke Ivan II of Moscow occupies Novgorod

1547-01-16

Ivan IV the Terrible (17) crowns himself 1st tsar of Moscow

1547-06-21

Great fire in Moscow

1552-10-29

Tsar Ivan IV escapes back to Moscow after battle

1589-01-26

Job is elected as Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia.

1612-11-01

(22 October O.S.) Time of Troubles in Russia: Moscow, Kitai-gorod, is captured by Russian troops under command of Dmitry Pozharsky

1613-02-21

Michael Romanov, son of Patriarch of Moscow, elected first Russian Tsar of the house of Romanov

1619-06-24

Tsar Michail's father Filaret becomes patriarch of Moscow

1642-03-27

The sixth Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Joseph takes office.

1648-06-10

Moscow's people uprise against regent Boris Morozov

1649-06-01

Russian Tsar Alexis throws English merchants out of Moscow

1665-05-05

Nicolaas Witsen visits patriarch Nikon in Moscow

1698-08-25

Tsar Peter the Great returns to Moscow after trip through Western Europe

1699-02-04

350 rebellious Streltsi executed in Moscow

1708-09-11

Charles XII of Sweden stops his march to conquer Moscow outside Smolensk, marking the turning point in the Great Northern War. The army is defeated nine months later in the Battle of Poltava, and the Swedish empire is no longer a major power.

1752-06-03

Moscow houses & churches destroyed by fire

1752-06-06

3rd great fire in Moscow in 2 weeks; 1/3 of city destroyed

1755-01-25

Moscow University established on Tatiana Day.

1755-04-26

1st Russian university opens (Moscow)

1763-09-01

Catherine II of Russia endorses Ivan Betskoy's plans for a Foundling Home in Moscow

1812-09-14

Napoleon occupies Moscow & fires start (fire extinguished on the 19th)

1812-09-15

French army under Napoleon reaches Kremlin, Moscow

1812-09-16

Fire of Moscow

1812-09-18

Fire in Moscow destroys 90% of houses & 1,000 churchs

1812-10-19

Napoleon's forces begin their retreat from Moscow

1812-10-24

Napoleonic Wars: The Battle of Maloyaroslavets takes place near Moscow.

1812-11-17

Napoleonic Wars: Battle of Krasnoi during Napoleon's retreat from Moscow

1854-01-25

Aleksandr Ostrovsky's "Bednost ne Porok," premieres in Moscow

1859-11-16

Aleksandr Ostrovsky's "Groza" premieres in Moscow

1876-11-17

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's patriotic Slavonic March made its premiere in Moscow to a warm reception by the Russian people.

1877-03-04

Tchaikovski's incomplete ballet "Zwanenmeer" premieres in Moscow

1878-11-10

Aleksandr Ostrovsky's "Bespridannitsa" premieres in Moscow

1879-03-29

Tsjaikovski's opera "Jevgeni Onegin," premieres in Moscow

1882-08-20

Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture" opens in Moscow

1883-05-27

Tsar Alexander III crowned in Moscow

1888-03-20

The premiere of the very first Romani language operetta staged in Moscow, Russia.

1891-04-23

Jews are expelled from Moscow Russia

1892-10-08

Sergei Rachmaninoff first performs "Prelude in C-sharp-Minor" in Moscow

1896-05-18

Khodynka Tragedy: A mass panic on Khodynka Field in Moscow during the festivities of the coronation of Russian Tsar Nicholas II results in the deaths of 1,389 people.

1901-01-31

Chekhov's "Three Sisters" opens at Moscow Art Theater

1902-10-25

Maxim Gorki's "Na dne" premieres in Moscow

1904-01-17

Anton Chekhov's "Cherry Orchard" opens at Moscow Art Theater

1904-02-06

Japan notifies Russia that in view of Russia's delaying tactics and provocative military action, Japan is ending negotiations and recalling its members from Moscow

1905-12-22

Arrest of St Petersburg Soviet members leads to an uprising of Moscow workers and fighting in the street

1908-09-30

Maurice Maeterlinck's "L'oiseau Blue" premieres in Moscow

1914-12-15

Battle of Lodz ends; Russians retreat toward Moscow

1918-03-11

Moscow becomes capital of revolutionary Russia

1919-03-23

Moscow's Politburo/Central Committee forms

1922-05-21

"On the Road to Moscow" is 1st cartoon to receive a Pulitzer Prize

1922-09-17

Radio Moscow begins transmitting (12 KWs-most powerful station)

1922-12-30

Creation of the USSR formally proclaimed in Moscow from the Bolshoi Theatre

1924-01-27

Lenin placed in Mausoleum in Red Square, Moscow

1924-10-12

Sokolnicheskaya Radio begins broadcasting from Moscow

1925-12-21

Eisenstein's movie Battleship Potemkin premieres in Moscow

1927-01-09

Dmitri Shostakovitch' Octet opus 11, premieres in Moscow

1927-12-04

Dmitri Shostakovitch's 2nd Symphony premieres in Moscow

1928-09-28

Valentin Katayev's "Kvadratura Kruga" premieres in Moscow

1929-02-13

Vladimir Mayakofsky's "Klop," premieres in Moscow

1930-04-21

Vladimir Mayakovsky's "Moskva Golid" premieres in Moscow

1933-05-24

Dmitri Shostakovitch's Preludes premieres in Moscow

1935-04-28

Moscow underground opens (81 km long)

1935-05-15

The Moscow Metro is opened to public.

1936-05-02

"Peter & the Wolf" premieres in Moscow

1936-08-19

Trial against Ljev Kamenev & Grigori Zinovjev because of "Trotskyism" opens in Moscow

1937-07-12

-13) Tupolev ANT-25 non-stop flight Moscow to San Jacinto Calif

1941-09-30

German assault on Moscow, Operation Typhoon, begins

1941-10-01

D Sjostakovitch plane evacuated in Moscow

1941-10-02

Germans launch attack on Moscow

1941-10-12

Russian government moves from Moscow to Volga as Nazis close in on Moscow

1941-10-16

Germany advances within 60 miles (96 K) of Moscow

1941-10-25

Germany attacks Moscow

1941-11-12

Germany's drive to take Moscow halted

1941-11-23

German troops conquer Klin, at NW of Moscow

1941-12-05

Russian anti offensive in Moscow drives out nazi army

1942-08-12

British premier Churchill arrives in Moscow, meets Stalin

1942-08-16

British Premier Winston Churchill travels back to Cairo from Moscow

1942-08-26

Russian counter offensive begins in Moscow

1943-10-01

Averell Harriman named US ambassador to Moscow

1943-10-19

Conference of foreign ministers in Moscow

1943-11-03

Dmitri Sjostakovitch's 8th Symphony premieres in Moscow

1944-10-19

British Prime Minister Winston Churchill flies back to London from Moscow

1944-12-02

General De Gaulle arrives in Moscow

1945-01-13

Prokofchev's 5th Symphony premieres in Moscow

1945-06-24

The Moscow Victory Parade takes place.

1948-07-08

500th anniversary Russian orthodox church celebrated in Moscow

1948-10-16

Demonstration by Moscow Jews honoring Israeli ambassador Golda Meir

1952-10-05

19th congress of Communist Party meets in Moscow

1953-01-12

9 "Jewish" physicians arrested for "terrorist activities" in Moscow

1953-03-09

Josef Stalin buried in Moscow

1954-06-27

1st atomic power station opens (Obninsk, near Moscow, Russia)

1956-02-14

20th Congress of CPSU opens in Moscow

1956-02-23

20th Congress of CPSU closes in Moscow

1956-06-02

Yugoslav president Tito visits Moscow

1956-06-30

Lenin's politics testament (1923) published in Moscow

1957-01-06

Yeshiva Kol Ya'ackov opens in Moscow Russia

1957-05-10

Dmitri Shostakovitsch's 2nd Piano concerto premieres in Moscow

1957-10-30

Dmitri Sjostakovitch's 11th Symphony premieres in Moscow

1958-04-13

Van Cliburn is the first American to win the Chaikovsky Compettion in Moscow.

1958-06-17

Radio Moscow reports execution of Hungarian ex-premier Imre Nagy

1959-01-20

Dmitri Sjostakovitsj' Moscow-Tsjerjomoesjki, premieres in Moscow

1959-01-24

Dmitri Shostakovitch's comedy "Cheryomushk," premieres in Moscow

1959-10-31

Lee Harvey Oswald announces in Moscow he will never return to USA

1960-08-17

Francis Gary Powers U-2 spy trial opens in Moscow

1961-10-17

22nd congress of CPSU opens in Moscow

1961-12-30

Moscow: premier of Dmitri Sjostakovitch' 4th Symphony (out 1936)

1962-07-02

Cubans minister of Foreign affairs RaulCastro arrives in Moscow

1962-07-02

Fidel Castro visits Moscow

1962-10-28

Radio Moscow reports nuclear missiles in Cuba deactivated

1962-12-18

Dmitri Shostakovitch's 13th Symphony premieres in Moscow

1962-12-20

Dmitri Shostakovitch's opera "Katerina Ismailova" premieres in Moscow

1963-04-27

Cuban premier Fidel Castro arrives in Moscow

1963-07-30

British spy Kim Philby found in Moscow

1963-08-30

Hotline communication link between Pentagon (Washington) and the Klemlin (Moscow) installed

1964-05-19

US diplomats find at least 40 secret microphones in Moscow embassy

1964-11-20

Dmitri Sjostakovitch's 9th/10th String Quartet premiers in Moscow

1965-07-01

KUID TV channel 12 in Moscow, ID (PBS) begins broadcasting

1965-12-13

Algerian president Boumedienne visits Moscow

1966-09-25

Dmitri Shostakovitch's 2nd Cello Concert premieres in Moscow

1967-09-26

Dmitri Shostakovitch's 2nd Violin concert premieres in Moscow

1968-09-14

Dmitri Shostakovitch' 12th string quartet, premieres in Moscow

1969-06-05

The International communist conference begins in Moscow.

1969-06-21

Dmitri Shostakovitch's 14th Symphony, premieres in Moscow

1971-09-13

Nikita Khrushchev, Soviet premier, buried in Moscow

1972-01-08

Dmitri Shostakovitch' 15th Symphony, premieres in Moscow

1972-05-22

US president Nixon begins visit to Moscow

1972-08-14

East German Aeroflot Illyushin 62 crashes near Moscow, killing 156

1972-10-13

Aeroflot Il-62 crashes in large pond outside Moscow, 176 die

1975-08-14

Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich is buried at the Novodevichy Cemetery in Moscow

1977-02-10

Bomb explosion in Moscow metro

1980-01-20

President Jimmy Carter announces US boycott of Olympics in Moscow

1980-01-22

Russian dissidents Andrei Sakharov & Jelena Bonner arrested in Moscow and banished to Gorky

1980-04-12

US Olympic Committee endorses a boycott of the Moscow Olympic games

1980-04-13

US boycotts Summer Olympics in Moscow

1980-06-30

West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt visits Moscow

1980-07-19

22nd modern Olympic games opens in Moscow; US & others boycott

1980-08-03

22nd Olympic games close at Moscow, USSR

1982-10-20

During the UEFA Cup match between FC Spartak Moscow and HFC Haarlem, 66 people are crushed to death in the Luzhniki disaster.

1982-11-15

Funeral service held in Moscow's Red Square for Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev

1983-05-23

Radio Moscow announcer Vladimir Danchev praises Afghanistan Muslims standing up to Russia; he is removed from the air

1984-09-06

Today Show begins live remote telecasts from Moscow

1985-03-13

Funeral services held for Konstantin Chernenko (Moscow)

1985-04-13

"TASS" denounced US boycott of Moscow Olympics

1987-09-02

West German pilot Mathias Rust, who flew a private plane from Helsinki Finland, to Moscow's Red Square, forms trial in Russia

1987-11-11

Moscow party secretary Boris Jerusalem resigns

1988-07-28

Israeli diplomats arrive in Moscow for 1st visit in 21 years

1988-12-01

Chinese minister of Foreign affairs Qian Qichen visits Moscow

1990-01-31

1st McDonalds in Russia opens in Moscow, world's biggest McDonalds

1990-01-31

The first McDonald's in the Soviet Union opens in Moscow, USSR.

1990-05-27

Radical Democratic Party holds 1st political meetings in Moscow

1991-11-06

"Moscow Circus Cirk Valentin" opens at Gershwin NYC for 32 perfs

1991-12-01

"Moscow Circus Cirk Valentin" closes at Gershwin NYC after 32 perfs

1993-04-06

1st test flight of Ilyushin IL-96M (Moscow)

1993-07-14

Aeroflot starts non-stop flights between Moscow & NY

1993-10-03

Battle at TV station Ostankino/Moscow townhall, about 25 killed

1993-10-03

Boris Yeltsin declares state of emergency in Moscow

1994-12-04

83rd Davis Cup: Sweden beats Russia in Moscow (4-1)

1995-12-03

84th Davis Cup: USA beats Russia in Moscow (3-2)

1999-08-31

The first of a series of apartment bombings in Moscow, killing one person and wounding 40 others.

1999-09-13

Bomb explodes in Moscow, Russia. At least 119 people are killed.

2000-08-27

540-metre (1,772 ft)-tall Ostankino Tower in Moscow catches fire, three people are killed.

2002-05-24

Russia and the United States sign the Moscow Treaty.

2002-10-23

Moscow Theatre Siege begins: Chechen rebels seize the House of Culture theater in Moscow and take approximately 700 theater-goers hostage.

2002-10-26

Moscow Theatre Siege: Approximately 50 Chechen rebels and 150 hostages die when Russian Spetsnaz storm a theater building in Moscow, which had been occupied by the rebels during a musical performance three days before.

2002-12-27

Two truck bombs kill 72 and wound 200 at the pro-Moscow headquarters of the Chechen government in Grozny, Chechnya.

2003-12-09

A blast in the center of Moscow kills six people and wounds several more.

2004-02-14

In a suburb of Moscow, Russia, the roof of the Transvaal water park collapses, killing more than 25 people, and wounding more than 100 others.

2004-08-24

89 passengers die after two airliners explode after flying out of Domodedovo International Airport, near Moscow. The explosions were caused by suicide bombers (reportedly female) from the Russian Republic of Chechnya.

2006-12-03

95th Davis Cup: Russia beats Argentina in Moscow (3-2)

2006-12-09

Moscow suffers its worst fire since 1977, killing 45 women in a drug rehabitational center.

2007-05-25

The Ostankino Tower in Moscow catches fire for the second time.

2010-03-29

Two female suicide bombers hit the Moscow Metro system at the peak of the morning rush hour, killing 40.

2011-01-24

At least 35 died and 180 injured in a bombing at Moscow's Domodedovo airport.

2012-04-03

Moscow fire kills 17 migrant workers

2012-08-17

Gay pride events are banned for a century in Moscow

2012-09-22

7 pedestrians are killed by a drunk driver who hit a bus stop at 200km an hour in Moscow

2012-12-29

5 people are killed in a Tupolev Tu-204 plane crash in Moscow

2014-02-03

2 students are shot & killed in a school shooting in Moscow

2014-07-15

20 people are killed & 100 are injured after a train derails in Moscow

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Moscow - Notable Birthdays

Ivan IIIJan 22, 1440

Elizabeth of RussiaDec 29, 1709

Boris PasternakFeb 10, 1890

Andrei SakharovMay 21, 1921

Anna KournikovaJun 7, 1981

Moscow - Birthdays
Date Event
1440-01-22

Ivan III, the Great, Grand Prince of Moscow and Russia (1462-1505)/conquered Lithuania

1479-03-26

Vasili III, great prince of Moscow (1505-33)/son of Ivan III

1709-12-29

Elizabeth of Russia [Elizaveta Petrovna], Kolomenskoye, Moscow, tsarina of Russia (1741-62) and daughter of Peter the Great

1727-11-01

Ivan Ivanovich Shuvalov, founder of the Moscow University (d. 1797)

1782-12-26

Filaret Drozdov, Metropolitan of Moscow (d. 1867)

1863-10-09

Alexander Siloti, Kharkov Russia, pianist/prof (Moscow Cons 1888-91)

1872-01-06

Alexander N Scriabin, Moscow, hallucinogenic composer (Prometheus)

1876-11-29

Joseph E. Davies, Mission to Moscow

1882-01-08

Fyodor Kurikhin, Moscow Laughs

1882-06-03

Dudley Field Malone, Mission to Moscow

1884-05-05

E.A. Mario, Don Camillo in Moscow

1888-12-12

Yuri Zhelyabuzhsky, The Cigarette Girl from Moscow

1889-12-24

Vladimir Sokoloff, Moscow Russia, actor (Road to Morocco)

1890-02-10

Boris Pasternak, Moscow, Russian novelist/poet (Dr Zhivago, Nobel 1958)

1896-05-07

Pavel Sergeevich Aleksandrov, Moscow, Russian mathematician (topology)

1899-08-19

Olga Baclanova, Moscow Russia, actress (Freaks, Docks of NY)

1899-12-06

Nikolai Batalov, Moscow Russia, actor (Mother)

1900-03-21

Eugenie Leontovitch, Moscow Russia, actor (Homicidal)

1904-02-12

Alessandro Gottlieb, Don Camillo in Moscow

1904-02-16

George F Kennan, Milwaukee Wisc, US ambassador (to Moscow)

1905-02-07

Georgi Bobrov, Moscow Strikes Back

1905-03-25

Aleksey Lebedev, Moscow Strikes Back

1905-11-16

Nicholas Napoli, Moscow Strikes Back

1905-9-14

Arkadi Koltsaty, Carnival in Moscow

1906-01-31

Olga Vlasova, Carnival in Moscow

1906-02-16

Vera Menchik, Moscow, 1st official women's world chess champ (1927)

1906-09-24

Victor Wong, LA Cal, actor (Mission to Moscow, Son of Kong, King Kong)

1907-07-13

Leonid Varlamov, Moscow Strikes Back

1907-12-30

Anatoli Lepin, Carnival in Moscow

1908-09-30

David Oistrakh, Odessa Russia, violinist/prof (Moscow Conservatory)

1909-01-30

Viktor Gusev, They Met in Moscow

1909-10-27

Daniil Sagal, The New Moscow

1909-12-01

Vladimir Polyakov, Carnival in Moscow

1910-03-23

Leonid Pirogov, Hello Moscow!

1911-01-22

Arnold Robertson, The Man Who Saved Moscow

1911-08-14

Arkadi Smirnov, Walking the Streets of Moscow

1912-08-30

Leda Gloria, Don Camillo in Moscow

1912-11-24

Viktor Shtatland, Moscow Strikes Back

1913-03-21

Viktor Bubnov, Far from Moscow

1913-11-30

John K M McCaffery, Moscow Idaho, TV host (One Minute Please)

1913-9-10

Pavel Kasatkin, Moscow Strikes Back

1914-03-06

Kirill P Kondrashin, Moscow Russia, conductor (Hollywood Bowl 1981)

1914-07-22

Boris Laskin, Carnival in Moscow

1914-07-24

Boris Sher, Moscow Strikes Back

1915-02-12

Vasiliy Azhaev, Far from Moscow

1915-11-18

Mikhail Shneiderov, Moscow Strikes Back

1919-9-12

Mikhail Bocharov, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1921-01-02

Yevgeniya Khanayeva, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1921-04-11

Igor Slabnevich, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1921-05-21

Andrei Sakharov, Moscow, physicist, human rights worker (Nobel '75)

1923-01-16

Tatyana Makhova, Far from Moscow

1923-02-15

Yelena Bonner, Moscow, soviet disident/wife of Andre Sakharov

1923-07-12

Aleksandr Myagkov, Walking the Streets of Moscow

1923-08-30

Elena Volskaya, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1924-06-09

Georgiy Kulikov, Carnival in Moscow

1924-07-09

Muza Krepkogorskaya, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1924-12-06

Sergey Yablonsky, Moscow, Soviet and Russian mathematician and one of the founders of the Soviet school of mathematical cybernetics and discrete mathematics (d. 1998)

1925-03-09

Valentina Ushakova, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1925-06-26

Viktor Uralskiy, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1926-10-27

Betsy Mazursky, Moscow on the Hudson

1927-03-16

Vladimir M Komarov, Moscow Russia, cosmonaut (Voshkod I Soyuz 1)

1927-06-12

Timir Pinegin, Moscow, Russia, sailor (Olympic gold 1960), (d. 2013)

1928-09-06

Evgeny Svetlanov, Moscow Russia, conductor (Siberian Fantasy)

1928-9-25

Vladlen Paulus, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1929-06-23

Annabella Turco, Moscow on the Hudson

1929-07-18

Danuta Stolyarskaya, Walking the Streets of Moscow

1930-02-08

Alejandro Rey, Moscow on the Hudson

1930-04-25

Paul Mazursky, Brooklyn, writer/director (Moscow on the Hudson)

1930-07-31

Yuri Belov, Carnival in Moscow

1930-11-03

John Biffen, Midnight in Moscow, Twilight in London

1931-05-04

Gennadi Rozhdestvensky, Moscow Russia, conductor (USSR State Radio)

1931-11-29

Viktor Seleznyov, Hello Moscow!

1932-05-08

Yvonne Delcour, Moscow, Belgium

1932-12-16

Rodion Konstantinovich Schedrin, Moscow, composer (Humpback Horse)

1932-9-01

Béla Tóth, Moscow Square

1933-02-23

Vladimir Gusev, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1933-05-12

Andrei Voznesensky, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1933-09-18

Valentina Ponomaryova, Moscow, Soviet cosmonaut (Vostok 6 backup)

1934-02-25

Erzsi Pápai, Moscow Square

1935-03-12

Valentin Chernykh, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1935-11-23

Vladislav Nikolayevich Volkov, Moscow Russia, cosmonaut (Soyuz 7, 11)

1936-09-21

Yuriy Luzhkov, Russian politician, mayor of Moscow

1937-02-12

Nino Fuscagni, Farewell Moscow

1937-11-18

Gennadiy Yalovich, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1937-9-06

Gennady Shpalikov, Walking the Streets of Moscow

1938-01-06

Ivo Vrzal-Wiegand, Moscow on the Hudson

1939-10-12

Yuriy Vasilev, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1939-11-27

Galina Polskikh, Walking the Streets of Moscow

1939-12-30

Aleksei Loktev, Walking the Streets of Moscow

1941-05-29

David McHugh, Moscow on the Hudson

1941-07-19

Natalya Bessmertnova, Moscow, dancer (Bolshoi, Lenin Prize 1970)

1941-11-15

Daniel Manus Pinkwater, US, sci-fi author (Magic Moscow)

1942-02-21

Vera Alentova, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1944-03-08

Sergey Nikitin, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1944-04-20

Vladimir Dolinskiy, Police Academy: Mission to Moscow

1944-06-01

Eduard Ozeryanskiy, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1944-10-31

Raisa Ryazanova, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1944-9-03

Boris Smorchkov, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1945-12-08

Evgeniy Steblov, Walking the Streets of Moscow

1946-12-05

Olga Talyn, Moscow on the Hudson

1947-02-24

Stephanie Cotsirilos, Moscow on the Hudson

1947-05-05

László B. Tóth, Moscow Square

1948-06-28

William Bemister, Moscow's Man

1949-01-20

Richard John Baker, Moscow Heat

1949-02-08

Irina Muravyova, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1949-03-16

Janice Crystal, Billy Crystal: Midnight Train to Moscow

1949-04-25

Bob De Moor, Moscow, Belgium

1951-03-29

Aleksandr Fatyushin, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1951-07-20

Zsolt Kovács, Moscow Square

1951-9-27

Péter Baczakó, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1952-03-29

Teofilo Stevenson, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1952-08-13

Vladimir Bolotnov, Moscow Heat

1953-05-15

Cleavant Derricks, Moscow on the Hudson

1953-05-25

László Foltán, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1953-07-08

Ferenc Kocsis, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1953-10-30

Alexander Fedorovich Poleshchuk, Moscow, cosmonaut (Soyuz TM-16)

1954-02-19

Francis Buchholz, Moscow Music Peace Festival

1955-12-04

István Vaskúti, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1955-9-28

Károly Varga, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1957-03-30

Elena V Kondakova, Moscow Russia, cosmonaut (STS 84)

1957-06-29

Maria Conchita Alonso, Cuba, actress (Moscow on the Hudson)

1958-04-20

Viacheslav Fetisov, Moscow, NHL defenseman (Team Russia, Detroit)

1959-01-26

Natalya Vavilova, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1960-10-24

Jim Peplinski, Calgary Flames: From Moscow to Calgary

1960-12-03

Igor Larionov, Farewell from Moscow: The Igor Larionov Farewell Game

1961-06-23

Yuriy Sysoev, Police Academy: Mission to Moscow

1961-07-26

Yolanda Chen, Moscow Russia, triple jumper (indoor record)

1961-08-07

Elena Davydova, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1962-07-20

Dmitriy Chernigovskiy, Police Academy: Mission to Moscow

1963-04-30

Judit Biró, Moscow Square

1963-07-19

Sándor Wladár, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1963-12-01

Jean-Claude Van Rijckeghem, Moscow, Belgium

1964-01-14

Sergei Nemchinov, Moscow Russia, NHL center (NY Islanders, Oly-Silver-98)

1964-07-08

Alexei Gusarov, Moscow Russia, NHL defenseman (Colorado Avalanche)

1964-08-09

Yuri Khmylev, Moscow Russia, NHL left wing (Buffalo Sabres)

1964-11-19

Elena Naimushina, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1965-05-09

Steve Yzerman, Farewell from Moscow: The Igor Larionov Farewell Game

1965-10-16

German Titov, Moscow Russia, NHL center (Calgary Flames, Oly-Silver-1998)

1965-10-20

M Shtalenkov, Moscow Russia, NHL goalie (Anaheim Mighty Ducks)

1965-10-20

Mikhail Shtalenkov, Moscow Russia, NHL goalie (Team Russia, Anaheim)

1965-12-25

Dmitri Mironov, Moscow Russia, NHL defenseman (Pitts Penguins, Anaheim)

1966-04-15

Andrei Olhovskiy, Moscow Russia, tennis pro

1969-01-23

Brendan Shanahan, Farewell from Moscow: The Igor Larionov Farewell Game

1969-12-13

Sergei Fedorov, Farewell from Moscow: The Igor Larionov Farewell Game

1969-9-14

Konstantin Yushkevich, Moscow Chill

1970-04-07

Alexander Karpovtsev, Moscow Russia, NHL defenseman (NY Rangers)

1970-04-18

Christophe Van Rompaey, Moscow, Belgium

1970-07-22

Sergei Zubov, Moscow Russia, NHL defenseman (Team Russia, Pittsburgh)

1970-09-06

Igor Korolev, Moscow Russia, NHLer (Team Russia, Winnipeg)

1970-10-01

Alexei Zhamnov, Moscow Russia, NHL center (Winnipeg Jets, Oly-S-98)

1971-03-23

Alexander Selivanov, Moscow Russia, NHL right wing (Tampa Bay Lightning)

1971-03-31

Pavel Bure, Moscow, Russia, NHL left wing (Vancouver Canucks, Florida Panthers)

1971-04-18

Oleg Petrov, Moscow Russia, NHL right wing (Montreal Canadiens)

1971-04-23

Ferenc Török, Moscow Square

1971-06-08

Elena Brioukhovets, Odessa Ukraine, tennis star (finalist 1990 Moscow)

1972-03-21

Boris Mironov, Moscow, NHL defenseman (Team Russia Oly-S-98, Edmonton)

1972-10-20

Oleg Fediukov, Moscow Russia, dance skater (& Debbie Koegel)

1973-02-01

Elena Makarova, Moscow Russia, tennis star (1993 Futures-Val)

1973-02-23

Dániel Garas, Moscow Square

1973-02-24

Alexei Kovalev, Moscow Russia, NHL right wing (NY Rangers)

1974-01-13

Sergei Brylin, Moscow Russia, NHL center (NJ Devils)

1974-06-13

Valeri Bure, Moscow Russia, NHL right wing (Montreal Canadiens, Oly-S-98)

1974-11-14

David Moscow, actor (Big)

1974-11-14

David Moscow, Big

1975-04-01

Magdalena Maleeva, Sofia Bulgaria, tennis star (1995 Chicago Moscow)

1976-03-05

Adriana Serra-Zanetti, Modena Italy, tennis star (1995 Moscow semi)

1976-03-16

Dávid Szanitter, Moscow Square

1976-04-17

Pavel Smetankin, Moscow Mission

1977-11-02

Natalia Pelevine, Moscow Siege

1977-12-20

Dries Phlypo, Moscow, Belgium

1978-02-10

Slava Petrovich, Moscow: The Power of Submission

1979-9-20

Gabrielle Bloch, All or Nothing: A Moscow Detour

1979-9-29

Simon Szabó, Moscow Square

1980-01-25

Gábor Karalyos, Moscow Square

1980-05-24

Griet van Damme, Moscow, Belgium

1981-06-07

Anna Kournikova, Moscow, Russian tennis player

1981-11-21

Bence Jávor, Moscow Square

1981-12-21

Johnny Moscow, BET Hip-Hop Awards

1983-04-10

Zsanna Éry-Kovács, Moscow Square

Moscow - Notable Weddings

Pyotr Ilyich TchaikovskyJul 6, 1877

Moscow - Weddings
Date Event
1877-07-06

Composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (37) weds Antonina Miliukova (29) at the Church of Saint George in Moscow, Russia

Moscow - Notable Deaths

Ivan the GreatOct 27, 1505

Moscow - Deaths
Date Event
1303-03-04

Daniel of Moscow, Russian Saint, Grand Prince of Muscovy (b. 1261)

1340-03-31

Ivan I of Moscow, Prince of Moscow and Grand Prince of Vladimir (b. 1288)

1359-11-13

Ivan II, great ruler of Moscow & Vladimir, dies

1406-09-16

Cyprian, Metropolitan of Moscow (b. 1336)

1462-03-27

Vasili II of Russia, Grand Prince of Moscow (b. 1415)

1505-10-27

Ivan III, [Ivan the Great], Grand Prince of Moscow and Russia (1462-1505), dies at 65

1533-12-03

Vasili III, great prince of Moscow (1505-33), dies at 54

1569-12-23

St Philip II, Metropolitan of Moscow, martyred by Ivan the Terrible

1633-10-01

Filaret, [Fjodor N Romanov], patriarch of Moscow, dies

1671-06-16

Stenka Razin, Cossack rebel leader, tortured & executed in Moscow

1812-11-11

Platon Levshin, Metropoitan of Moscow (b. 1737)

1905-02-17

Serge Alexandrovich, gov-gen Moscow, murdered

1918-07-06

Count von Mirbach, German ambassador to Moscow, dies

1944-01-23

Viktor Gusev, They Met in Moscow

1950-10-05

Dudley Field Malone, Mission to Moscow

1951-01-19

Fyodor Kurikhin, Moscow Laughs

1955-05-03

Philips C Visser, explorer/ambassador to Moscow, dies

1955-07-25

Isaak Dunayevsky, Moscow Laughs

1958-05-09

Joseph E. Davies, Mission to Moscow

1962-09-03

Leonid Varlamov, Moscow Strikes Back

1972-04-07

Victor Wong, actor (Mission to Moscow, King Kong) dies at 65

1975-01-26

Lubov Orlova, actress (Moscow Laughs, Man of Music, Tanya), dies at 72

1981-07-23

Georgi Bobrov, Moscow Strikes Back

1982-03-10

Leonid Utyosov, Moscow Laughs

1984-11-09

Yelena Tyapkina, Moscow Laughs

1985-12-15

Mikhail Shneiderov, Moscow Strikes Back

1987-01-13

Igor Ilyinsky, Carnival in Moscow

1987-05-21

Alejandro Rey, Moscow on the Hudson

1987-11-08

Yevgeniya Khanayeva, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1989-12-13

Boris Makaseyev, Moscow Strikes Back

1991-02-06

Marten Levendig, Dutch TV correspondent to Moscow, dies

1991-03-22

Aleksandr Benyaminov, Moscow on the Hudson

1991-08-08

Arkadi Smirnov, Walking the Streets of Moscow

1991-12-31

Yuri Belov, Carnival in Moscow

1993-01-12

Olga Vlasova, Carnival in Moscow

1993-10-17

Tatyana Makhova, Far from Moscow

1994-02-15

Tiger Haynes, US actor (Moscow on the Hudson, Cosby Show), dies at 79

1995-12-24

Georgiy Kulikov, Carnival in Moscow

1996-07-01

Viktor Bubnov, Far from Moscow

1997-03-16

Leda Gloria, Don Camillo in Moscow

1998-04-04

Elena Volskaya, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1999-06-04

Yuriy Vasilev, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

1999-06-26

Muza Krepkogorskaya, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

2001-02-01

Dmitriy Chernigovskiy, Police Academy: Mission to Moscow

2002-03-01

Aleksandr Myagkov, Walking the Streets of Moscow

2002-03-06

Gennadiy Yalovich, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

2002-07-18

Daniil Sagal, The New Moscow

2003-04-07

Aleksandr Fatyushin, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

2007-03-09

Mikhail Bocharov, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

2007-06-07

Igor Slabnevich, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

2007-08-14

John Biffen, Midnight in Moscow, Twilight in London

2008-04-02

Péter Baczakó, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

2008-05-10

Boris Smorchkov, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

2008-11-13

William Bemister, Moscow's Man

2009-03-16

Viktor Uralskiy, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

2010-06-01

Andrei Voznesensky, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

2010-10-30

Annabella Turco, Moscow on the Hudson

2011-06-14

Danuta Stolyarskaya, Walking the Streets of Moscow

2012-02-07

Vladimir Gusev, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

2012-06-11

Teofilo Stevenson, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

2012-08-06

Valentin Chernykh, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

2012-10-05

Valentina Ushakova, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears


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