1853

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Decade.png 1850s: )    Year.png 1853 Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
BattleOfSinop.jpg
Battle of Sinop, the last major naval battle involving sailing warships.
year 1853

Events

January–March

April–June

July–September

October–December

Date unknown


 

Events

EventStartEndDescription
Pax Brittanica18151915
Victorian era18401901
Crimean WarOctober 1853February 1856

 

New Groups

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University of FloridaUniversity of Florida seal.pngState university
Space-grant university
Sea-grant university
Land-grant university
Flagship university
The third largest Florida university by student population
St. Francis Xavier UniversityStFXCoatofArms.pngLiberal arts
Undergraduate
A public
Public undergraduate liberal arts university in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Cheltenham Ladies' CollegeMain.pngPrestigious English girls school.
University of MelbourneUniversity of Melbourne coat of arms.pngPublicA large number of Australian leaders have studied here
Garrett Evangelical Theological SeminaryGarrett–Evangelical Theological Seminary.jpgMilitary ranksMethodist seminary

 

Births

TitleBornPlace of birthDiedSummaryDescription
Charles Gore22 January 1853London
Wimbledon
17 January 1932ClergyBishop of Oxford, a friend of Herbert Asquith
Alfred Beit15 February 1853Germany
Hamburg
16 July 1906Businessperson
Henry Birchenough7 March 185312 May 1937Deep state operative
Businessperson
UK deep state operative
Knut Agathon Wallenberg19 May 18531 June 1938Politician
Banker
Businessperson
Cecil Rhodes5 July 1853Hertfordshire
Bishop's Stortford
26 March 1902Deep politician
Businessperson
Frederick Taylor Gates22 July 1853New York State6 February 1929Clergy
Advisor
Deep state operative
The principal business and philanthropic advisor to the major oil industrialist John D. Rockefeller, Sr.


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