Events in country - Russia

  • 0911-09-02Viking-monarch Oleg of Kiev-Russia signs treaty with Byzantines
  • 0990-01-01Russia adopts Julian calendar
  • 1380-09-08Russians defeat Tatars at Kulikovo, beginning decline of Tatars
  • 1399-08-05Battle at Worskla: Tataren beat Russians and Litouwers
  • 1514-09-08Battle at Ozra: Polish / Latvia army beats Russians
  • 1547-02-03Russian Czar Ivan IV (17) marries Anastasia Romanova
  • 1557-02-271st Russian Embassy opens in London, Russia and US sign trade agreement
  • 1558-04-04Czar Ivan IV gives parts of North-Russia to fur traders
  • 1563-02-15Russian troops occupy Polotsk Lithuania
  • 1582-01-15Russia cedes Livonia and Estonia to Poland, loses access to Baltic
  • 1598-01-07Boris Godunov seizes Russian throne on death of Feodore I
  • 1598-02-17Boris Godunov chosen tsar of Russia
  • 1605-06-10Valse Dimitri crowned Russian tsar for 1st time
  • 1606-05-162,000 foreigners murdered in Russia
  • 1608-06-01Valse Dimitri forms his 2nd Russian anti-Government
  • 1610-08-27Polish King Wladyslaw crowned King of Russia
  • 1613-02-07Michail Romanov (16) becomes Czar of Russia
  • 1613-02-21Michael Romanov, Son of Patriarch of Moscow, elected Russian tsar
  • 1617-03-09Sweden and Russia sign Peace of Stolbowa
  • 1618-12-11Russia and Poland signs Peace treaty of Dailino
  • 1634-03-01Battle at Smolensk: Polish King Wladyslaw IV beats Russians
  • 1634-06-14Russia and Poland sign Peace treaty of Polianov
  • 1645-07-13Aleksei Romanov succeeds his father Michael as Czar of Russia
  • 1652-07-25Nikita Minin becomes patriarch of Russian-orthodox church
  • 1653-10-01Russian parliament accepts annexation of Ukraine
  • 1654-09-16Russian troops occupy Smolensk on Poland
  • 1656-10-24Treaty of Vilnius: Russia and Poland sign anti-Swedish covenant
  • 1661-06-21Treaty of Kardis: Russia and Sweden sign peace treaty
  • 1667-01-03Resistance of Androsovo in Russia-Poland
  • 1667-01-03Russia and Poland sign Truce of Androsovo

People born in country - Russia

  • 1220-05-30Alexander Nevski [Aleksandr]: Russian Great Ruler (1252-63)
  • 1314-05-13Sergius of Radonesh: Russian Saint
  • 1440-01-22Ivan III [the Great]: Russian Czar (1462-1505) / conquered Lithuania
  • 1530-08-25Ivan IV [the Terrible]: 1st tsar of Russia (1533-84)
  • 1557-05-31Theodorus I [Fedor Ivanovitsj]: Czar of Russia (1584-98)
  • 1581-10-19Dimitri Ivanovitch: Russian Son of Ivan IV "the Terrible"
  • 1596-06-21Michael Fjodorovitsj: Tsar of Russia (1613-45) / 1st Romanov
  • 1605-05-24Nikon [Nikita Minin]: Patriarch of Russian-orthodox church
  • 1629-03-19Aleksei M Romanov: 1st Romanov tsar of Russia
  • 1657-09-27Sophia: Regent of Russia (1682-89)
  • 1666-08-27Ivan V: Co-tsar of Russia (1682-89)
  • 1671-06-06Stenka / Stepan Razin: Russian cossack / boer leader
  • 1672-03-30Peter I "the Great" Romanov: Great tsar of Russia (1682-1725)
  • 1672-05-30Peter I [the Great]: Tsar of Russia
  • 1690-02-28Aleksei P Romanov: Russia -- Son of Peter the Great
  • 1690-11-23Ernst J Earl van Biron: Russian Duke of Koerland / regent of Ivan VI
  • 1693-01-25Anna Ivanova Romanova: Daughter of Ivan V / empress of Russia (1730-40)
  • 1693-01-28Anna "Ivanovna": Tsarina of Russia (1730-40) (2 / 7 NS)
  • 1696-08-02Mahmud I: Sultan of Ottoman (Turkey) (1730-54) / fought Austria and Russia
  • 1702-08-20Stepan F graaf Apraksin: Russian General-Field Marshal
  • 1709-12-18Elizabeth: Empress of Russia (to Peter the Great and Catherine I)
  • 1709-12-29Elisabeth Petrovna: Tsarina of Russia / Daughter of Peter the Great
  • 1711-11-19Michail V Lomonosov: Russian Scholar / poet
  • 1712-12-11Francesco Algarotti: Italian Earl / encyclopedic (Viaggio in Russia)
  • 1715-10-02Peter II: Czar of Russia (1727-30)
  • 1715-10-23Peter II Aleksejevitsj: Emperor of Russia (1727-30)
  • 1718-09-29Nikita I Panin: Russian Earl / diplomat (plot against Peter III)
  • 1728-02-10Peter III Feodorovich: German / Russian Czar of Russia (1761-62)
  • 1728-02-21Peter III: Kiel, Germany -- Russian tsar (1762) / husband of Catherine
  • 1729-04-21Catharina II [the Great]: Writer / emperess of Russia (1762-96)

People died in country - Russia

  • 1263-11-14Alexander Nevski [Aleksandr]: Russian ruler (1252-63), dies at 43
  • 1392-09-25Sergius van Radonesj: Russian saint, dies at 78
  • 1505-10-27Ivan III de Great: Russian tsar (1462-1505)
  • 1570-07-25Ivan Viskovati: Chancellor of Russia, executed
  • 1584-03-18Ivan IV [the Terrible]: Russian tsar (1547-84), dies at 53
  • 1591-05-15Dimitri Ivanovitch: Russian Son of Czar Ivan IV, murdered at 9
  • 1598-01-07Theodorus I [Fedor Ivanovitch]: Czar of Russia (1584-98), dies at 40
  • 1603-11-05Irini Fedorovna: Russian Daughter of Boris Godunov
  • 1606-05-17Forges Dimitri #1: Czar of Russia (1605-06), murdered
  • 1610-12-11Forges Dimitri 2: Czar of Russia, murdered
  • 1645-07-23Michael Fjodorovitsj: Tsar of Russia (1613-45) / 1st Romanov
  • 1671-06-06Stenka / Stepan Razin: Russian cossack / boer leader, killed
  • 1676-02-08Aleksei M Romanov: 1st Romanov-Czar of Russia, dies at 46
  • 1681-07-05Fjodor Aleksejevitsj: Tsar of Russia
  • 1681-08-17Nikon [Nikita Minin]: Patriarch of Russian-Orthodox church, dies at 76
  • 1682-04-27Theodorus III: Czar of Russia (1676-82)
  • 1696-01-29Ivan V: Co-tsar of Russia (1682-89)
  • 1725-02-08Peter I "the Great" Romanov: Czar of Russia (1682-1725), dies at 52
  • 1727-05-06Catharina I: Latvia tsarina of Russia, dies at about 42
  • 1727-05-17Catherine I: Empress of Russia (1725-27)
  • 1728-11-21Fjodor M graaf Apraksin: Russian gen-admiral, dies at about 57
  • 1730-01-18Peter II: Czar of Russia (1727-30), dies at 14
  • 1730-01-30Peter II Alekseyevitch: Emperor of Russia (1727-30), dies at 14
  • 1738-07-15Baruch Leibov: Converted Russian Naval officer to Judaism, executed
  • 1758-08-29Stepan F graaf Apraksin: Russian General-Field Marshal, dies at 56
  • 1761-12-25Elisabeth Petrovna: Tsarina of Russia (1741-62), dies at about 51
  • 1762-07-06Peter III Feodorovich: Tsar of Russia (1761-62), murdered at 34
  • 1762-07-17Peter III Fjodorovitsj: Emperor of Russia (1762), dies at 34
  • 1764-07-16Ivan VI: Emperor of Russia (1740-41), murdered at 23
  • 1765-04-15Michail v Lomonosov: Russian Scholar / poet, dies at 53

Historical events - Serbia

  • 1346-04-16King Stefanus IX of Serbia proclaims himself Czar of Greece
  • 1371-09-26Battle of Maritsa: Serbia-Turkey
  • 1389-06-15Battle of Kossovo; Turks defeat Serbs, Bosnians
  • 1876-06-30Serbia declares war on Turkey
  • 1881-06-16Austria-Hungary and Serbia sign military treaty
  • 1882-03-06Monarch Milan Obrenovic of Serbia crowns himself King
  • 1885-11-13Serbian army occupies Bulgaria
  • 1901-07-22Serbia reactivates diplomatic relations with Montenegro
  • 1908-10-07Serbia and Montenegro sign anti-Austria-Hungarian pact
  • 1909-02-16Serbia mobilizes against Austria-Hungary
  • 1909-03-02Gr Brit, France, Germ and It asks Serbia to set no territorial demands
  • 1912-10-17Bulgaria, Greece and Serbia declares war on Turkey
  • 1912-12-03Turkey, Serbia, Montenegro, Greece and Bulgaria sign weapons pact
  • 1912-12-16Austria-Hungary engage in conflict with Serbia
  • 1913-06-292nd Balkan War begins-Bulgaria overthrows Greek / Serbian troops
  • 1913-07-01Serbia and Greece declare war on Bulgaria
  • 1913-09-23Serbian troops march into Albania
  • 1913-10-18Austrian-Hungary demands that Serbia and Albania leave
  • 1914-03-14Serbia and Turkey sign peace treaty
  • 1914-06-24King Peter I of Serbia names son Alexander the Prince-regent
  • 1914-07-05Germany offers Austria war aid to fight against Russia in Serbia
  • 1914-07-23Austria-Hungary issues ultimatum to Serbia leading to WWI
  • 1914-07-26Austrian-Hungary condemns Serbian ultimatum
  • 1914-07-28World War I began when Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia
  • 1914-08-06Austria-Hungary declares war on Russia and Serbia
  • 1914-08-06Serbia declares war against Germany
  • 1914-12-02Austria army occupies Belgrade Serbia
  • 1915-10-09Belgrade Serbia, surrenders to Central leaders
  • 1915-10-11Bulgarian anti Serbian offensive begins
  • 1915-11-24Serbian leader flees to Albania

People born in country - Serbia

  • 1806-10-11Aleksandar I Karadjordjevic: Monarch of Serbia (1842-58)
  • 1823-09-16Michael Obrenovic: Ruler of Serbia
  • 1824-03-15Branko Radicevic: Serbian poet (1st Serbian Uprising)
  • 1844-07-11Peter I Karadjordjevic: King of Serbia / Yugoslavia
  • 1846-01-01Nikola Pasic: Serbian nationalist / Premier (1891..1926)
  • 1854-08-22Milan I: King of Serbia
  • 1863-12-07Svetolik Rankovic: Serbian writer (Forest King)
  • 1871-02-05Jovan Ducic: Serb poet (Blue Legends)
  • 1876-08-14Alexander I Obrenovic: King of Serbia / Yugoslavia (1922-34)
  • 1876-08-15Aleksandar Belic: Serb linguist
  • 1876-09-18Milan Rakic: Serbian poet (Pesme)
  • 1888-07-23Milan Stoyadinovich: Serbia, fascist Yugoslavia Prime Minister (1935-39)
  • 1893-01-15Dragisa Cvetkovic: Serbian Premier of Yugoslavia (1939-4.)
  • 1893-09-26Milos Crnjanski: Serbian poet (Seobe)
  • 1922-06-29Vasko Popa: Yugoslavia / Serbian poet (Heaven is a Side Issue)
  • 1941-08-20Slobodan Milocevic: Premier Serbia

People died in country - Serbia

  • 1228-09-24Stefanus I Nemanjic de Eerstgekroonde: King of Serbia (1217-28)
  • 1277-05-01Stefanus IV Uros I de Great: King of Serbia (1243-76)
  • 1321-10-29Stefanus VI Uros II Milutin: King of Serbia (1282-1321)
  • 1331-11-11Stefanus VIII Uros III Decanski: King of Serbia (1322-31)
  • 1355-12-20Stefanus IX Uros IV Dusan: King (1331-46) / Serbia (1346-55)
  • 1371-09-26Vlkasin: Hungarian General / co-king of Serbia
  • 1371-12-04Stefanus X Uros V: King of Serbia (1355-71)
  • 1389-06-15Lazar I: Serbian prince, dies in battle
  • 1853-06-18Branko Radicevic: Serbian Poet (1st Serbian Uprising)
  • 1885-05-04Aleksandar I Karadjordjevic: Monarch of Serbia (1842-58), dies at 78
  • 1899-03-18Svetolik Rankovic: Serbian writer (Crushed Ideals), dies at 35
  • 1901-02-11Milan I: King of Serbia, dies at 56
  • 1903-06-10Alexander I: King of Serbia are assassinated
  • 1903-06-10Dragia: Queen of Serbia, assassinated
  • 1903-06-11Draga Masin: Wife of Serbian King Aleksandar I, murdered at 35
  • 1921-08-26Peter I Karadjordjevic: King of Serbia / Yugoslavia (1903-21)
  • 1938-06-30Milan Rakic: Serbian Poet (Nove Pesme), dies at 61
  • 1943-04-07Jovan Ducic: Serbian Poet (Blue Legends), dies at 72
  • 1969-02-18Dragisa Cvetkovic: Serbian Premier of (Yugoslavia 1939-4.), dies at 76
  • 1991-01-05Vasko Popa: Serbian WWII-partisan / Poet (Sporedno Nebo), dies at 68
  • 1992-07-02Borisav Pekic: Serbian writer / politician