Ephemeris of May 28

Ephemeris of May 28

1940: Faced with the German invasion, the King of the Belgians Leopold III is forced to capitulate without an armistice.
1871: At the end of the "Bloody Week" (May 21-28, 1871), the Municipality of Paris is crushed by the government installed in Versailles.
1830: The United States, then under the presidency of Andrew Jackson, promulgates the law known as "Indian Removal Act"which gives the order to deport all Indian populations east of the Mississippi.
1291: The possessions of the Crusaders in the Holy Land fall definitively into the hands of the Muslims with the fall of Saint-Jean-d'Acre.
- 585: The philosopher and astronomer Thales predicted a solar eclipse for the year 585 BC. When it takes place, it gains immediate fame.



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