Blitz review of events and those in Belarus, a world history.
Rain — just to the north-west of the forecast intermittent rain. Mostly voblachnasts: 3 — 10 ° C.
Do not pass:
Presentation of the debut album of the "B" in the club "Reactor"
At the Youth Palace in Minsk will host the 6th International specialized exhibition "Stamatalegiya Belarus — 2010", which will showcase modern treatment techniques, new equipment, technologies and materials in stamatalegii.
THERE WHERE TO NO:
St. Petersburg, Russia: International Parliamentary Conference "The OSCE and CIS: new opportunities and challenges."
Brussels: EU summit begins.
ALSO THIS DAY:
In 1523 in Krakow was published Latin poem Nicholas Gusovskogo "Song of the Bison" — a textbook piece of Belarusian literature of the Middle Ages.
In 1884, in Minsk, came into the world Zhdanovich Florian, one of the founders of the Belarusian professional theater, actor, director and social activist. The theater was educated in Warsaw, was the artistic director of the First partnership of drama and comedy. In 1930 he was arrested and sentenced to three years in prison, which he served on the White Sea Canal. But even after he was not allowed to return to Belarus. In 1938 Zhdanovicha arrested again. At that broke his biography.
In 1939, in Bialystok started the People's Assembly of Western Belarus, which adopted the Declaration on the inclusion of West Belarus into the BSSR. Preceded Assembly elections, in which 926 deputies were elected. The People's Assembly was a formality, as carried out under the full control of the authorities.
In 1939 the troops of the Republic of Lithuania, on the basis of the previous agreements with Moscow, occupied Vilnius.
In 1962, Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev announced the withdrawal of Soviet nuclear missiles from Cuba. Caribbean missile crisis has been put before the world to the brink of nuclear war.
There is a reason:
Day of an independent Czechoslovak state — is now a national holiday Czech Republic.
Baharevich: "Belarus — the country of the elves, dwarves and hobbits" (http://www.svaboda.org/content/article/1863739.html)
Quote to remember:
"Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury you!" — From the conversation of Nikita Khrushchev to U.S. diplomats in Moscow.