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Peter the GreatAug 25, 1698

Abigail AdamsJun 17, 1788

NapoleonOct 16, 1813

Henry FordDec 4, 1915

RibbentropAug 23, 1939

FDRSep 5, 1939

Winston ChurchillMar 5, 1946

Gerald FordOct 6, 1976

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Europe - Historical Events
Date Event
955-08-10

Battle of Lechfeld: Otto I, King of the Germans defeats the Hungarian, ending 50 years of Magyar invasion of Western Europe.

1071-08-05

Emperor Romanos IV Diogenes captured/Islam advances through Europe

1348-04-07

Prague U, 1st university in central Europe, formed by Charles IV

1389-06-28

Ottomans defeat Serbian army in the bloody Battle of Kosovo, opening the way for the Ottoman conquest of Southeastern Europe (see Vidovdan).

1410-07-15

Battle of Grunwald (2nd Battle of Tannenburg), one of the largest battles of medieval Europe, during Poland-Lithuanian Teutonic War. Polish King Władysław Jagiełło (Jogaila) and Lithuanian Grand Duke Vytautas led defeat against Teutonic Ulrich von Jungingen

1456-10-17

The University of Greifswald is established, making it the second oldest university in northern continental Europe (also for a period the oldest in Sweden, and Prussia)

1497-11-22

Portuguese navigator Vasco da Gama rounds Cape of Good Hope on way to first voyage from Europe to reach India

1550-07-07

Traditional date Chocolate thought to have been introduced to Europe

1558-03-05

Smoking tobacco introduced in Europe by Francisco Fernandes

1586-07-28

Sir Thomas Harriot introduces potatoes to Europe on return to England

1609-12-08

Biblioteca Ambrosiana opens its reading room, the second public library of Europe.

1616-09-15

The first non-aristocratic, free public school in Europe is opened in Frascati, Italy.

1661-07-16

1st banknotes in Europe are issued by Bank of Stockholm

1675-11-04

Storm hits Western Europe: flood in Amsterdam

1697-03-10

Tsar Peter the Great begins a tour of Western Europe

1697-05-24

English King William III travels through northern Europe

1697-09-11

Battle of Zenta: Prince Eugen of Savoye beats Turks, ending Ottoman control of large parts of Central Europe

1698-08-25

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

1700-01-01

Protestant Western Europe (except England) begin using Gregorian calendar

1700-02-12

The Great Northern War begins in Northern Europe between Denmark—Norway, Saxony and Russia and the Swedish Empire.

1720-05-25

The Ship "Le Grand St Antoine" reaches Marseille, bringing Europe's last major plague outbreak. Kills around 100,000

1788-06-17

After a lengthy stay in Europe, John Adams and his wife Abigail Adams return to Boston

1791-05-03

The Constitution of May 3 (the first modern constitution in Europe) is proclaimed by the Sejm of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

1813-10-16

Battle of Leipzig, largest battle in Europe prior to WWI, Napoleon's forces defeated by Prussia, Austria & Russia

1814-10-01

Opening of the Congress of Vienna, intended to redraw the Europe's political map after the defeat of Napoléon Bonaparte the previous spring.

1815-11-20

Russia, Prussia, Austria & England signs Alliance "for the maintenance of peace in Europe" same day as Treaty of Paris

1858-06-21

Louisiana chess prodigy Paul Morphy arrives in Europe

1859-04-30

Paul Morphy returns from 10-month chess tour of Europe, retires

1859-08-28

A geomagnetic storm causes the Aurora Borealis to shine so brightly that it is seen clearly over parts of USA, Europe, and even as far afield as Japan.

1861-11-19

The first petroleum shipment (1,329 barrels) from the U.S. to Europe leaves Philadelphia, USA, for London, England on the Elizabeth Watts

1862-01-09

The first petroleum shipment (1,329 barrels) from the U.S. to Europe arrives at Victoria Docks, London, England aboard the Elizabeth Watts

1869-07-30

The Charles, considered the world's first "oil tanker", departs from the United States headed for Europe with a bulk capacity of 7,000 barrels of oil

1879-07-31

The first cable connection between South Africa and Europe is laid by the British electrical engineer Charles Tilston Bright as part of his project to link the British Empire with growing telecommunications technologies

1880-08-14

Construction of Cologne Cathedral, largest Gothic cathedral in Nthn Europe finally completed (began in 1248)

1883-10-04

Orient Express' 1st run, linking Turkey to Europe by rail

1897-06-12

Possibly most severe quake in history strikes Assam India, shock waves felt over an area size of Europe (low mortality rate given size of earthquake, 1500 casualties)

1900-10-19

South African President Paul Kruger departs for Europe

1901-04-15

Pope Leo XIII issues an allocution deploring hostile actions against the Roman Catholic Church throughout Europe

1902-12-25

Pope Leo XIII, at his annual Christmas reception, endorses the Christian Democratic movement now emerging in Europe as an attempt to offer an alternative to more radical movements

1906-09-13

1st airplane flight in Europe

1907-05-16

In the Pact of Cartagena, Great Britain, France, and Spain agree to maintain the status quo in the Mediterranean and along the Atlantic coast of Europe and Africa

1909-03-21

Moran & MacFarland (US) wins Europe's 1st 6 day bicycle race (Berlin)

1913-08-19

Frenchman Pégoud makes 1st parachute jump in Europe

1914-05-15

US Colonel Edward House sails for Europe to persuade major powers to reduce armies and navies; from Germany, House reports: 'Everybody's nerves are tense; it only needs a spark to set the whole thing off'

1914-07-15

Mexican president Huerta flees with 2 million pesos to Europe

1915-12-04

Henry Ford's peace ship, Oscar II, sails for Europe 'to get the boys out of the trenches by Christmas'

1918-11-10

The Western Union Cable Office in North Sydney, NS received a top-secret coded message from Europe (that would be sent to Ottawa, ON and Washington, DC) that said on November 11, 1918 all fighting would cease on land, sea and in the air.

1928-04-13

1st trans atlantic flight Europe-US (Fitzmaurice-von Hunefeld-Köhl)

1928-12-12

Nichols/Brownes "Wings over Europe" premieres in NYC

1929-09-05

French premier A Briand requests a US of Europe

1930-09-02

1st non-stop airplane flight from Europe to US (37 hrs)

1931-05-11

Credit-Anstalt, Austria's largest bank, fails, beginning financial collapse of Central Europe

1933-07-17

After successfully crossing the Atlantic Ocean, the Lithuanian research aircraft Lituanica crashes in Europe under mysterious circumstances.

1939-06-29

Dixie Clipper completes 1st commercial plane flight to Europe

1939-08-11

Sergei Rachmaninovs last appearance in Europe

1939-08-23

Molotov-Ribbentrop pact: Eastern Europe divided between Hitler & Stalin

1939-09-05

FDR declares US neutrality at start of WW II in Europe

1939-09-08

FDR declares "limited national emergency" due to war in Europe

1940-10-07

World War II: the McCollum memo proposes bringing the U.S. into the war in Europe by provoking the Japanese to attack the United States.

1941-10-15

1st mass deportation of German Jews to Eastern Europe

1942-01-20

Nazi officials hold notorious Wannsee conference in Berlin to organise the "final solution", the extermination of Europe's Jews

1942-01-26

1st US force in Europe during WW II go ashore in Northern Ireland

1942-06-09

German-Neth press reports, 3 million Dutch sent to East-Europe

1942-06-25

Maj Gen Dwight Eisenhower appointed commander of US forces in Europe

1942-07-04

1st American bombing mission over enemy-occupied Europe (WW II)

1942-08-17

US bombers 8th Air Force stage 1st independent raid on Europe attack Rouen, France

1943-02-02

German 6th Army surrenders after Battle of Stalingrad, turning point in Europe during WW II

1943-02-11

US General Eisenhower selected to command the allied armies in Europe; British General Montgomery not best pleased.

1943-06-29

Germany begins withdrawing U-boats from North Atlantic in anticipation of the Allied invasion of Europe

1944-07-19

NY archbishop Spellman flies to Europe

1944-12-03

Mussert puts Seyss-Inquart plan for small Nazi-Europe

1945-01-12

The Soviets begin a large offensive against the Nazis in Eastern Europe

1945-05-08

V-E Day; after Germany signs unconditional surrender it is announced WWII has ended in Europe

1945-05-15

World War II: The final skirmish in Europe is fought near Prevalje, Slovenia.

1946-03-05

Winston Churchill's "Iron Curtain" speech (Fulton Missouri) popularizes the term and draws attention to division of Europe

1946-09-20

Churchill argues for a 'United States of Europe'

1948-03-31

Congress passes Marshall Aid Act to rehabilitate war-torn Europe

1949-05-05

Council of Europe forms

1949-05-05

Statute of Council of Europe drawn up

1949-09-17

8th Ryder Cup: US beats Europe, 7-5 at Ganton GC, England

1950-07-04

The first broadcast by Radio Free Europe.

1950-08-27

1st transmission of a TV programme from continental Europe shown on BBC

1950-11-19

US General Eisenhower becomes supreme commander of NATO-Europe

1952-03-09

Heinz Neuhaus wins Europe Heavyweight Boxing title

1955-09-11

Dedication of the first Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Europe, the Bern Switzerland Temple.

1956-06-13

Real Madrid wins 1st Europe Cup

1957-05-30

Real Madrid wins 2nd Europe Cup 1 in Madrid

1957-09-24

Camp Nou, the largest stadium in Europe, is opened in Barcelona.

1958-05-28

Real Madrid wins 3rd Europe Cup 1 in Brussels

1959-06-03

Real Madrid wins 4th Europe Cup 1

1960-06-18

Real Madrid wins 5th Europe Cup 1

1960-09-27

Europe's 1st "moving pavement" (travelator), opens at Bank station on the London Underground

1961-05-24

Cyprus joins the Council of Europe.

1961-05-27

Fiorentina wins 1st Europe Cup II in Florence

1961-05-31

Benfica wins 6th Europe Cup 1 at Bern

1962-05-02

Benfica wins 7th Europe Cup I

1962-08-23

1st Europe-US live TV program (via Telstar)

1962-09-05

Atletico Madrid wins 2nd Europe Cup II

1963-05-15

Tottenham Hotspur wins 3rd Europe Cup II at Rotterdam

1963-05-22

A C Milan wins 8th Europe Cup 1 at London

1963-06-23

President Kennedy tours Western Europe

1964-05-15

Sporting Portugal wins 4th Europe Cup II at Antwerp

1964-05-27

Inter Milan wins 9th Europe Cup 1 in Vienna

1964-09-04

Scottish Forth Road Bridge opens (then the longest in Europe)

1965-04-29

Malta is 18th member of Council of Europe

1965-05-19

West Ham United wins 5th Europe Cup II

1965-05-27

Inter Milan wins 10th Europe Cup 1 in Milan

1966-03-27

Anti Vietnam war demonstrations in US, Europe & Australia

1966-05-05

Borussia Dortmund wins 6th Europe Cup II

1966-05-11

Real Madrid wins 11th Europe Cup I

1966-08-06

Salazarbrug over Tag opens (longest suspension bridge in Europe)

1966-09-04

Jim Hogan wins Europe marathon (2:20:04.6)

1967-05-25

Celtic wins 12th Europe Cup 1 in Lisbon

1967-05-31

Bayern Munchen wins 7th Europe Cup II at Nuremberg

1968-03-14

CBS TV suspends Radio Free Europe free advertising because RFE doesn't make it clear it is sponsored by the CIA

1968-05-23

AC Milan wins 8th Europe Cup II in Rotterdam

1968-05-29

Manchester United wins 13rd Europe Cup 1 in London

1969-05-21

Slovan Bratislava wins 9th Europe Cup II in Basel

1969-05-28

AC Milan wins 14th Europe Cup 1 in Madrid

1970-03-29

Manchester City wins 10th Europe Cup II

1971-03-29

Conrad Van Emde Boas becomes West Europe's 1st sexology professor

1971-05-21

Chelsea wins 11th Europe Cup II in Athens

1971-06-02

Ajax wins 16th Europe Cup 1

1971-09-18

19th Ryder Cup: US beats Europe, 18½-13½ at Old Warson Country Club (St. Louis, Missouri, US)

1972-05-24

Glasgow Rangers wins 12th Europe Cup II at Barcelona

1972-05-31

Ajax wins Europe Cup 1 in Rotterdam

1973-05-16

AC Milan wins 13th Europe Cup II in Saloniki

1973-05-30

Ajax wins 3rd Europe Cup

1973-10-30

The Bosporus Bridge in Istanbul, Turkey is completed, connecting the continents of Europe and Asia over the Bosporus for the first time.

1974-05-08

FC Magdenburg wins 14th Europe Cup II

1974-05-17

Bayern Munchen wins 20th Europe Cup 1 at Brussels

1974-09-16

US General Haig becomes NATO supreme commander in Europe

1974-11-16

ABBA begin their first tour of Europe - their first tour outside of Sweden

1975-05-14

Dynamo Kiev wins 15th Europe Cup II

1975-05-28

Bayern Munchen wins 20th Europe Cup 1 in Paris

1975-08-01

CSCE Final Act creates the Conference for Security and Co-operation in Europe.

1976-05-05

Anderlecht wins 16th soccer Europe Cup II

1976-05-12

Bayern Munich wins 21st Europe Cup 1

1976-10-06

US Pres Gerald Ford says there is "no Soviet domination in Eastern Europe"

1977-05-11

Hamburger SV wins 17th soccer Europe Cup II

1977-05-25

Liverpool wins 22nd Europe Cup 1 in Rome

1977-11-22

Regular Concorde passenger service between NY & Europe begins

1977-12-30

Carter holds 1st news conference by US pres in Eastern Europe (Warsaw)

1978-05-03

Anderlecht wins 18th Europe Cup II

1979-05-16

FC Barcelona wins 19th Europe Cup II in Basel

1979-05-30

Nottingham Forrest wins 24th Europe Cup 1 at Munich

1980-05-14

Valencia wins 20th Europe Cup II

1980-05-28

Nottingham Forest wins 25th Europe Cup in Madrid

1981-05-13

Dinamo Tbilisi wins 21st Europe Cup II

1981-05-27

Liverpool wins 26th Europe Cup 1 at Paris

1981-11-30

Cold War: In Geneva, representatives from the United States and the Soviet Union begin to negotiate intermediate-range nuclear weapon reductions in Europe (the meetings ended inconclusively on December 17).

1982-05-12

FC Barcelona wins 22nd Europe Cup II

1982-05-26

Aston Villa wins 27th Europe Cup 1 of Rotterdam

1983-05-03

Soviet leader Andropov decreases nuclear weapons in Europe

1983-05-11

Aberdeen wins 23rd Europe Cup II

1983-05-28

Hamburger ZV wins 28th Europe Cup 1 in Athens

1984-05-16

Juventus wins 24th Europe Cup II in Basel

1984-05-30

Liverpool wins 29th Europe Cup 1 in Rome

1984-07-11

Britain's MusicBox begins satellite transmission to Europe

1984-12-08

Europe & 64 developing countries sign Lome III treaty

1985-05-15

Everton wins 25th Europe Cup II at Rotterdam

1985-05-29

Juventus wins 30th Europe Cup 1 in Brussels, 39 die in riot

1985-09-15

26th Ryder Cup: Europe beat US, 16½-11½ at The Belfry, England

1986-02-28

European Economic Community sign "Special Act" for Europe free trade

1986-04-26

World's worst nuclear disaster: 4th reactor at Chernobyl nuclear power station in USSR explodes, 31 die, contamination reach much of Western Europe

1986-05-02

Dynamo Kiev wins 26th Europe Cup II

1986-05-07

Bucharest wins 31st Europe Cup I

1987-05-13

Ajax wins 27th Europe Cup II

1987-05-27

Postage wins 32nd Europe Cup 1 in Vienna

1987-09-27

27th Ryder Cup: Europe beats US, 15-13 at Muirfield Village GC (Ohio)

1988-05-11

KV Mechelen wins 28th Europe Cup II

1988-05-25

PSV wins Europe Cup

1988-07-03

The Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge in Istanbul, Turkey is completed, providing the second connection between the continents of Europe and Asia over the Bosporus.

1988-12-27

Bulgaria stops jamming Radio Free Europe after more than 3 decades

1989-05-10

FC Barcelona wins 29th Europe Cup II

1989-05-24

AC Milan wins 34th Europe Cup 1 at Barcelona

1989-06-04

Eastern Europe's 1st partial free elections in 40 years held in Poland, Solidarity Party comes to power

1989-09-24

28th Ryder Cup: US & Europe draw, 14-14 at The Belfry, England

1990-01-25

The Burns' Day windstorm storm hits northwestern Europe.

1990-05-09

Sampdoria wins 30th Europe Cup II

1990-05-23

A C Milan wins 35th Europe Cup 1 at Vienna

1990-11-18

1st Solheim Cup: US beats Europe 11½-4½ at Lake Nona CC FLA

1991-04-15

East-Europe Bank forms in London

1991-04-15

Europe foreign ministers lift most remaining sanctions against S Afr

1991-05-15

Manchester United wins 31th Europe Cup II at Rotterdam

1991-05-29

Crevena Zvezda wins 36th Europe Cup I

1991-09-29

29th Ryder Cup: US beats Europe, 14½-13½ at Ocean Course (South Carolina, US)

1992-01-01

Europe breaks down trade barriers

1992-05-06

Werder Bremen wins 32nd Europe Cup II

1992-05-20

FC Barcelona wins 373 Europe Cup 1 at London

1992-07-08

Conference for Security and Co-operation in Europe creates the office of High Commissioner on National Minorities.

1992-10-04

2nd Solheim Cup: Europe beats US, 11½-6½ at Dalmahoy CC Scotland

1992-12-31

Target date for Europe's single market

1993-05-12

Parma wins 33rd Europe Cup II

1993-05-26

Olympique Marseille wins 38th Europe Cup I at Munich

1993-09-26

30th Ryder Cup: US beats Europe, 15-13 at The Belfry, England

1993-12-08

Storm hits West Europe, 11 killed in England

1994-05-04

Arsenal wins 34th Europe Cup II

1994-05-18

AC Milan wins Europe Cup 1: 4-0 against Barcelona

1994-10-23

3rd Solheim Cup: US beats Europe, 13-7 at Greenbrier WV

1995-09-24

31st Ryder Cup: Europe beats US, 14½-13½ at Oak Hill County Club (Rochester, New York, US)

1996-09-22

4th Solheim Cup: US beats Europe 17-11 at St Pierre Wales

1997-09-28

32nd Ryder Cup: Europe wins 14½-13½ to retain the Cup at Sotogrande Spain

1998-01-22

World League of American Football renamed as NFL Europe

1998-03-29

Vasco da Gama Road bridge opens in Lisbon, Portugal as the longest bridge in Europe

1998-04-04

NFL Europe (Formerly WLAF), kicks off season

1999-02-16

Across Europe, Kurdish rebels take over embassies and hold hostages after Turkey arrested one of their rebel leaders, Abdullah Öcalan.

1999-03-20

Legoland California, the first and only Legoland outside of Europe, opens in Carlsbad, California.

1999-11-19

In Istanbul, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe ends a two-day summit by calling for a political settlement in Chechnya and adopting a Charter for European Security.

1999-11-30

British Aerospace and Marconi Electronic Systems merge to form BAE Systems, Europe's largest defence contractor and the fourth largest aerospace firm in the world.

2003-06-02

Europe launches its first voyage to another planet, Mars. The European Space Agency's Mars Express probe launches from the Baikonur space centre in Kazakhstan.

2003-08-11

NATO takes over command of the peacekeeping force in Afghanistan, marking its first major operation outside Europe in its 54-year-history.

2004-03-27

HMS Scylla, a decommissioned Leander class frigate, is sunk as an artificial reef off Cornwall, the first of its kind in Europe.

2005-11-25

Polish Minister of National Defence Radek Sikorski opens Warsaw Pact archives to historians. Maps of possible nuclear strikes against Western Europe, as well as the possible nuclear annihilation of 43 Polish cities and 2 million of its citizens by Soviet-controlled forces, are released.

2007-01-18

The strongest storm in the United Kingdom in 17 years kills 14 people, Germany sees the worst storm since 1999 with 13 deaths. Hurricane Kyrill, causes at least 44 deaths across 20 countries in Western Europe. Other losses include the Container Ship MSC Napoli destroyed by the storm off the coast of Devon, England.

2007-07-14

Russia withdraws from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe.

2008-11-13

Germany's economy, Europe's largest , contracted by 0.5% in the third quarter after GDP fell 0.4% in the second quarter, putting it in recession for the first time in five years

2010-02-24

Europe risks a double-dip recession after bad results emerge from France, Germany and Italy, it is reported today; the Eurozone only grew by 0.1% in the last quarter of 2009

2010-04-15

Volcanic ash from the eruption of Eyjafjallajökull in Iceland leads to the closure of airspace over most of Europe.

2011-05-02

The 2011 E. coli O104:H4 outbreak strikes Europe, mostly in Germany, leaving more than 30 people dead and many others sick from the bacteria outbreak.

2012-02-02

Cold snap across Europe kills more than 100 people (over 400 people by 08-02)

2012-04-17

The St Cuthbert Gospel, Europe's oldest intact book, purchased by the British Library for 9 million pounds

2012-06-21

Moody's downgrades 15 major banks in the UK, US, Canada and Europe

2012-07-05

The Shard, the tallest building in Europe, is opened in London, at 309.6 metres (1,016 ft)

2012-09-30

Europe defeats the US 14.5-13.5 in the 39th Ryder Cup

2012-11-14

A series of protests against austerity measures occur across Europe including Spain, Portugal, and Greece

2014-04-10

The Council of Europe suspends Russia's right to vote

2015-12-22

Number of refugees reaching Europe this year passes 1 million

2016-03-09

Europe's deal with Turkey fails to deter migrant attempts for now

2016-03-24

IS Trains 400 Fighters to Attack Europe in Wave of Bloodshed

2016-07-03

Thousands 'March for Europe' in London protesting Brexit

2016-11-16

Obama, on last trip to Europe, warns against nationalism, populism

2017-02-17

US Vice President Pence heads to Europe on reassurance tour

2017-06-28

Massive cyberattack spreads ransomware across Europe, US

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Europe - Birthdays
Date Event
1792-12-29

Archibald Alison, Scottish historian (History of Europe)

1864-9-13

Hermann Seldeneck, America to Europe in an Airship

1865-05-18

Guy du Maurier, Mad Men of Europe

1881-11-08

Robert Esnault-Pelterie, Paris, French Engineer and aviation pioneer who contributed to early heavier-than-air flight in Europe

1882-01-15

Florian Znaniecki, Polish/US sociologist (Polish Peasant in Europe)

1883-02-28

Artúr Somlay, It Happened in Europe

1885-03-20

Eugen Herrigel, Germany, philosopher/early pioneer of Zen in Europe

1886-07-12

Raoul Hausmann, Europe After the Rain

1890-10-08

Dénes Buday, It Happened in Europe

1904-08-17

Arthur B. Woods, Clouds Over Europe

1905-11-18

Sandro De Feo, Europe '51

1906-12-30

Johan A earl von Kielmansegg, German general/commandant NATO-Europe

1909-09-17

Kenneth Darling, Commander-in-chief Allied Forces, Northern Europe

1910-03-05

Mario Pannunzio, Europe '51

1911-07-28

Peter Levathes, Crusade in Europe

1915-02-12

Andrew J Goodpaster, US, general/supreme commander (NATO-Europe)

1915-10-13

Hugh James, Crusade in Europe

1917-12-04

Claude Terrail, Root Into Europe

1921-07-16

Bernard Rogers, supreme Allied commander Europe

1921-07-31

Zsuzsa Bánki, It Happened in Europe

1922-9-14

István Rozsos, It Happened in Europe

1923-03-26

Charles Wheeler, A Shadow Over Europe

1923-12-17

Bill Fili, In the Jaws of Hell: Eastern Europe During World War II

1924-02-13

Paul Swearingen, In the Jaws of Hell: Eastern Europe During World War II

1926-08-03

Michiel de Ruyter, Big Ben: Ben Webster in Europe

1926-08-03

Gerald Astor, May 20-May 26: Victory in Europe

1929-08-13

Michael Beavis, deputy cmdr-in-chief (Allied Forces Central Europe)

1929-08-21

Teresa Pellati, Europe '51

1929-10-23

Merv Adelson, Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?

1931-01-13

Mike Michelson, Europe in the Raw

1931-05-13

Dan Grigorescu, Europe

1931-05-24

Gerhard Schoenberner, The Yellow Star: The Persecution of the Jews in Europe - 1933-1945

1932-06-10

Marc Fumaroli, Quand l'Europe parlait français

1932-9-22

Ingemar Johansson, World's Heavyweight Championship Fight: Floyd Patterson Heavyweight Champion of the World versus Ingemar Johansson Heavyweight Champion of Europe

1934-06-06

King Albert II, Stars of Europe

1934-06-18

Brian Kenny, deputy supreme allied commander (Europe)

1934-10-05

Ivan Lyons, Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?

1935-01-04

Floyd Patterson, World's Heavyweight Championship Fight: Floyd Patterson Heavyweight Champion of the World versus Ingemar Johansson Heavyweight Champion of Europe

1935-01-04

William Donaldson, Root Into Europe

1935-04-03

Jeffery Bowman, CEO (Price Waterhouse Europe)

1936-08-21

Isabel Álvarez de Toledo, When the Moors Ruled in Europe

1937-9-11

Queen Paola, Stars of Europe

1938-01-23

Georg Baselitz, Play Your Own Thing: A Story of Jazz in Europe

1938-05-10

Toni Trsar, Fortress Europe

1939-08-09

Romano Prodi, The Road to Europe

1940-02-23

Jermyn P Brooks, CEO (Price Waterhouse Europe)

1944-06-22

Peter Asher, Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted

1946-11-25

Tomasz Glowinski, The Gateway of Europe

1947-09-30

Rula Lenska, St Neots England, actress (Friends from Europe are here)

1951-04-22

Vladimír Spidla, The Road to Europe

1955-11-30

Jadwiga Andrzejewska, The Gateway of Europe

1956-04-29

Jerzy Mularczyk, The Gateway of Europe

1959-12-05

Krzysztof Rodkiewicz, The Gateway of Europe

1959-9-11

Miroslaw Guzowski, The Gateway of Europe

1960-02-20

Kee Marcello, rocker (Europe-Final Countdown)

1960-10-02

Django Bates, Play Your Own Thing: A Story of Jazz in Europe

1962-06-04

Laila Pakalnina, Visions of Europe

1962-11-11

Mic Michaeli, Europe: Live at Sweden Rock - 30th Anniversary Show

1963-08-19

Joey Tempest, rocker (Europe-The Final Countdown)

1963-10-25

John Leven, Europe: Live at Sweden Rock - 30th Anniversary Show

1964-02-23

John Norum, Europe: Live at Sweden Rock - 30th Anniversary Show

1964-08-13

Ian Haughland, heavy metal rocker (Europe-The Final Countdown)

1964-08-13

Ian Haugland, Europe: Live at Sweden Rock - 30th Anniversary Show

1964-11-26

Adam Lieblein, New A-List: Europe

1965-04-27

Courtenay Becker-Dey, Greenwich Conn, Europe yachter (Oly-bronze-1996)

1966-02-22

Dorota Salamon, The Gateway of Europe

1967-10-31

Monika Soszka, The Gateway of Europe

1967-12-31

Tony Krawitz, Dead Europe

1968-07-07

Danny Jacobs, Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted

1969-01-05

Europe DiChan, Boob Cruise '97

1969-06-04

Tine Moberg-Parker, Oslo Norway, Canada Europe class yachter (Oly-96)

1969-06-24

Tiffany L. Kurtz, Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted

1969-08-08

Anne Wheaton, Ticket to Ride Europe

1970-01-13

Michael Massé, American Mormon in Europe

1970-07-27

Tom Europe, CFL defensive back (Montreal Alouettes)

1971-06-05

Jan Kozaczuk, The Gateway of Europe

1972-02-22

Katarzyna Groniec, The Gateway of Europe

1972-06-07

Christopher Pitbladdo, MTV Europe Music Awards 2003

1972-12-05

Stefano Bollani, Play Your Own Thing: A Story of Jazz in Europe

1973-03-23

Jerzy Dudek, Liverpool FC: Champions of Europe 2005

1973-07-16

Juan Antonio Lamata, One Day in Europe

1976-04-24

Steve Finnan, Liverpool FC: Champions of Europe 2005

1978-05-04

Igor Biscan, Liverpool FC: Champions of Europe 2005

1978-05-04

Nicholas D. DiPirro, Liverpool FC: Champions of Europe 2005

1978-06-24

Luis Garcia, Liverpool FC: Champions of Europe 2005

1979-11-15

Josemi, Liverpool FC: Champions of Europe 2005

1980-03-01

Djimi Traore, Liverpool FC: Champions of Europe 2005

1980-9-24

John Arne Riise, Liverpool FC: Champions of Europe 2005

1981-02-11

Vita Saval, One Day in Europe

1981-05-08

Namosh, One Day in Europe

1981-9-06

Chris Raaber, Kaio vs Europe

1982-11-04

Neil Mellor, Liverpool FC: Champions of Europe 2005

1983-08-29

Pamela, Malta Song for Europe

1984-03-29

Valentine Rei, MTV Europe Music Awards 2001

1984-04-01

Olga Rei, MTV Europe Music Awards 2001

1984-10-03

Anthony Le Tallec, Liverpool FC: Champions of Europe 2005

1984-10-20

Florent Sinama-Pongolle, Liverpool FC: Champions of Europe 2005

1985-07-04

Tanja, Sperm Swap in Europe 3

1985-12-29

Tissy Teyra, Sperm Swap in Europe 5

1986-08-11

Nella Bony, Sweethearts from Europe 5

1987-03-10

Delfina Wilkonska, Europe Without Borders

1991-05-28

Johanna Bach, Sweethearts from Europe 4

Europe - Deaths
Date Event
1915-03-09

Guy du Maurier, Mad Men of Europe

1944-02-08

Arthur B. Woods, Clouds Over Europe

1951-11-11

Artúr Somlay, It Happened in Europe

1959-03-27

László Szirtes, It Happened in Europe

1963-02-17

István Rozsos, It Happened in Europe

1969-01-30

Dominique G Pire, clergyman, (Europe village Nobel 1958), dies at 58

1987-08-06

Ira C Eaker, commandant USAF in Europe (WW II), dies at 91

1991-11-10

Franco Malfatti, president of Commission of Europe (1970-1972), dies

1994-08-18

Ivan Lyons, Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?

1994-10-15

Michiel de Ruyter, Big Ben: Ben Webster in Europe

1995-06-30

Sicco Mansholt, pres Commission of Europe (1972-1973), dies

1998-01-05

Zsuzsa Bánki, It Happened in Europe

2001-06-17

Hugh James, Crusade in Europe

2002-01-09

Peter Levathes, Crusade in Europe

2005-06-22

William Donaldson, Root Into Europe

2006-05-11

Floyd Patterson, World's Heavyweight Championship Fight: Floyd Patterson Heavyweight Champion of the World versus Ingemar Johansson Heavyweight Champion of Europe

2006-06-01

Claude Terrail, Root Into Europe

2007-12-30

Gerald Astor, May 20-May 26: Victory in Europe

2008-03-07

Isabel Álvarez de Toledo, When the Moors Ruled in Europe

2008-04-15

Dan Grigorescu, Europe

2008-07-04

Charles Wheeler, A Shadow Over Europe

2009-01-30

Ingemar Johansson, World's Heavyweight Championship Fight: Floyd Patterson Heavyweight Champion of the World versus Ingemar Johansson Heavyweight Champion of Europe

2012-01-01

Marcelle Narbonne, French supercentenarian and oldest person in Europe, died at 113

2012-12-10

Gerhard Schoenberner, The Yellow Star: The Persecution of the Jews in Europe - 1933-1945

2015-01-18

Paul Swearingen, In the Jaws of Hell: Eastern Europe During World War II

2015-09-08

Merv Adelson, Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?


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