Blitz review of events and those in Belarus, a world history.
Sunny, sometimes the clouds, the temperature of -4 — +4 C
Do not pass:
Minsk, National Media Centre, a press conference the head of the Center for Socio-philosophical and anthropological studies of the Institute of Philosophy of the NAS of Belarus Tadeusz Adul on "On the development of philosophy of science in the Republic of Belarus." A press conference dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the National Academy of Sciences Institute of Philosophy.
Minsk, National Platform of the Civil Society Forum of "Eastern Partnership" is holding a press conference with the participation of civil society leaders, representatives of the expert community and the democratic opposition.
Minsk, Nicholas Batvinnika photo exhibition "Running the razor's edge."
Minsk, Apartment of Sergey Pukst.
Minsk, St. Patrick in the "Martsinovay Geese."
Minsk, Atmasferyka Concert: Soul Emigrant, Overmore and Re1ikt.
THERE WHERE TO NO:
Washington, Home of President Barack Obama's visit to Brazil, Chile and El Salvador.
Paris Book Fair Start.
ALSO THIS DAY:
37: Start of reign of the Roman emperor Caligula.
1848: Beginning of the democratic revolution in Germany.
1871: The evacuation of the French Government in Paris in Versal, the seizure of power in the capital of the Paris Commune.
1921: Signed by the Treaty of Riga between Poland and Soviet Russia.
1858: Rudolf Dyzel, a German inventor.
1869: Neville Chamberlain, the British prime minister, who in 1938 signed the Munich agreement on the transfer of Nazi Germany, part of the territory of Czechoslovakia.
1874: Nikolai Berdyaev, Russian religious philosopher.
1932: John Updike, American writer.
1932: Ernst Sabila, the Belarusian public figure, a Soviet-era dissident, pastor of the Belarusian Evangelical Church.
1983: Vitaly Voronov, Belarusian writer, translator and publisher.
1745: Robert Uolpal, the first Prime Minister of Great Britain.
1314: Jacques de Male, Grand Master of the Knights Templar, burned at the stake.
1584: Ivan IV (the Terrible), Tsar of Russia.
1916: Zinaida Radchenko, Belarusian falklyarystka and ethnographer.
1947: William C. Durant, the founder of the American automotive production.
1964 Norbert Wiener, American mathematician, founder kibernetyki.
1980: Erich Fromm, German-American philosopher, psychologist and social psyhaanalityk.
The opposition thinks boycott now or wait?
Quote to remember:
"I am convinced that no one can" save "your neighbor, making the choice for him. All that can help one person to another — it is open to him truthfully and with love, but without sentimentality and illusion, the existence of alternatives."