Education of the Russian police, “the Plague of the twentieth century”, birthday Barbara Brylska and other events that happened on this day.
the Holiday was established by the UN General Assembly on 5 June 1972. In this day opened the United Nations Conference on the problems of the human environment. It adopted a Declaration, proclaiming for the first time the protection and improvement of the environment the most important objective of mankind. This year the theme of the Day is dedicated to the preservation of biodiversity.
5 Jun (25 may, old style), 1718 Peter I issued a decree establishing the post General of police in St. Petersburg. He led formed Cavos office, which soon acquired a national character. This event is considered the beginning of the history of the Russian police. First Day celebration of education of the Russian police held in 2018. This year marked the 300th anniversary service.
on 5 June 1783 the French inventors the Montgolfier brothers for the first time in history raised in the air hot air balloon. The invention was called a Montgolfier, in honor of the authors. Unmanned silk balloon with a volume of 600 cum. m, pasted inside the paper, the brothers raised to the height of two kilometers. The balloon was opened the history of world Aeronautics, having been in the air only a few minutes.
Almost 40 years ago, on June 5 1981, American scientist Michael Gottlieb from the Center of disease control described a new illness that deeply affects the immune system. Then, in the US, there were about 440 a carrier of the virus, almost half of whom died. A year later, the disease was named acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). In 1987, the who adopted the name of the causative agent of AIDS “HIV person” (HIV). According to Rospotrebnadzor, in the end of last year in Russia there were more than 1 million people diagnosed with HIV.
on 5 June 1947 U.S. Secretary of state George Marshall announced his plan aid post-war Europe, later known as the “Marshall Plan”. To accept the offer agreed the 16 countries. The Americans were supplying the goods of vital necessity, imported industrial and agricultural equipment, raw materials. The total size of the grant assistance for four years amounted to $17 billion. The Soviet Union refused U.S. proposals. In the opinion of management of the state program was contrary to the sovereignty of the country.
79 years ago, was born Polish actress Barbara Brylska. In Russia, a talented actress best known for her role of a teacher Hopes Sheveleva from the Comedy romance by Eldar Ryazanov “Irony of fate or with light steam!”. Then Barbara said hesitantly Russian, therefore, it is dubbed Valentina Talyzina and Alla Pugacheva. Later, the actress returned to the role in the Timur Bekmambetov film “Irony of fate. The sequel”. Just a legend of the Soviet cinema has acted in over 70 kinorabotah.
on 5 June 1998 in Yekaterinburg, was born a future skater Yulia Lipnitskaya. In 2014 the athlete has won at the winter Olympics in Sochi. Yulia at the time of presentation was 15 years. She became the youngest Russian to have won the award of the higher test at the winter Olympics. In 2017 after the completion of the sports career.
In 2012 on this day at the age of 92 years passed away classic world of fiction ray Bradbury. American author wanted to be a writer since childhood and, by his own admission, wrote at least a thousand words a day. World fame brought Bradbury novel “451 degrees Fahrenheit”, which he finished in just 9 days due financial difficulties. In 2007, the writer received the Pulitzer prize as an unmatched author of science fiction and fantasy.