April 19 holidays in 2020

Holiday name Holiday location Holiday type
Orthodox Easter Sunday
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Orthodox Easter Day
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Easter Sunday (Orthodox)
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Landing of the 33 orientals
Uruguay Bank Holiday
Easter Sunday
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Orthodox Easter
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Coptic Easter Sunday
Egypt National Holiday
Ethiopian Easter Sunday
Ethiopia Public Holiday
Declaration of Independence
Venezuela National Holiday
Coptic Easter
Sudan Public Holiday
Birthday of King Mswati III
Swaziland Public Holiday
Bicycle Day
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National Hanging Out Day
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National Oklahoma City Bombing Commemoration Day
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National Garlic Day
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National Amaretto Day
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National North Dakota Day
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Historical Events on April 19

  • 1770: Lieutenant James Cook (soon to be Captain James Cook) sights the eastern coast of Australia.
  • 1770: In a proxy wedding, Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI of France are wed.
  • 1775: At the beginning of the American Revolutionary War, American forces enjoy a victory in Concord during the Battles of Lexington and Concord.
  • 1782: Thanks to John Adams, the Dutch Republic recognizes the United States as an independent country. John Adams house in Hague, Netherlands becomes the very first American embassy to that country.
  • 1839: Belgium is established as a kingdom and its neutrality is guaranteed thanks to the Treaty of London.
  • 1861:S Army troops in Baltimore are attacked by pro-secession mobs during the Baltimore Riot.
  • 1927: Mae West gets 10 days in jail for her play Sex – which is deemed obscene.
  • 1943: The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising starts in Poland after German troops try to round up the remaining Jews.
  • 1956: Prince Rainier of Monaco and actress Grace Kelly wed.
  • 1985: 200 FBI and ATF agents siege the compound of the white supremacist group: The Covenant, The Sword and the Arm of the Lord in Arkansas. This group will surrender 2-days later.
  • 1987: The Simpsons cartoon first airs as a series of shorts on the Tracey Ullman Show.
  • 1989: The USS Iowa’s gun turret explodes. Almost 50 sailors are killed.
  • 1993: The FBI siege of the Branch Davidian Complex just outside of Waco, Texas ends when a fire erupts. Four ATF agents and eighty-two civilians will end up dying.
  • 1995: Almost 170 people are killed when the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City is bombed.

Famous Birthdays on April 19

  • English actor Tim Curry is born in 1946.
  • American writer and producer, Alan Kirschenbaum is born in 1961.
  • American race car driver Al Unser Jr. is born in 1962.
  • American actress Ashley Judd is born in 1968.
  • American actress Kate Hudson is born in 1979.