may 23



may 23 defined in 1911 year

may 23 - May 23;
may 23 - Imperial Conference opened in London under presidency of Mr. Asquith. - Meeting at Albert Hall, London, in support of Imperial Preference. - New York Public Library on Fifth Avenue opened. - General strike at Montevideo, Uruguay. - At dinner to Colonial Premiers, London, Sir Edward Grey proposes toast of Anglo-American Arbitration. - Russia warns Turkey that concentration of troops on Montenegrin frontier is a menace to peace.

may 23 defined in 1912 year

may 23 - May 23;
may 23 - Count Berchtold, Austrian Premier, arrives in Berlin on a visit. - General strike of freight-handlers in the United States begins. - London lightermen's strike spreads to all transport workers connected with the docks. - Hungarian General Strike in support of universal suffrage begins with rioting involving much loss of life. - M. Paul Deschanel elected President of French Chamber of Deputies in place of M. Brisson. - Two battalions of American Marines despatched to Cuba to protect American interests. - The "Imperator," of the Hamburg-America line, the largest liner yet built, launched at Hamburg by the German Emperor. - News received of the Chinese revolutionary party's successes in Kashgaria. - Ven. W. O. Burrows, Archdeacon of Birmingham, appointed Bishop of Truro. - Panama Canal bill, admitting American-owned ships free and excluding vessels owned by railroads, passed by the U. S. House of Representatives (see July n). - Presbyterian General Assembly, at Louisville, refuses to admit women to pulpit. - Twelfth International Congress of Navigation opens at Philadelphia.

near may 23 in Knolik


may 22home
letter "M"
start from "MA"
may 24

definition of word "may 23" was readed 778 times

Legal info