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The following events occurred in May 1949:

May 1, 1949 (Sunday)

May 2, 1949 (Monday)

May 3, 1949 (Tuesday)

May 4, 1949 (Wednesday)

May 5, 1949 (Thursday)

May 6, 1949 (Friday)

  • A motorized convoy of 150 police was sent to break up the blockade in the Asbestos strike with instructions to "shoot as necessary." The police broke through the barricades and entered the town, beating strikers and making 150 arrests.[12][10]
  • At the UN General Assembly, the United States denied a Russian and Polish charge that Americans were building air and military bases in Francoist Spain. "Despite assertions to the contrary, we have no military alliance with Spain, we have given no military assistance to Spain, no military or naval missions are maintained in Spain. The United States has no air bases anywhere on Spanish territory," declared US delegate Ray Atherton. "We have made no overtures in bringing Spain into the United Nations or into the European recovery program or the North Atlantic treaty. Spanish participation in such cooperative projects is a matter of determination by all participants and not by the United States alone."[13]
  • The early British computer EDSAC at Cambridge University ran its first programs when it calculated a table of square numbers and a list of prime numbers.
  • Died: Stanisław Grabski, 78, Polish economist and politician; Kunihiko Hashimoto, 44, Japanese composer (gastric cancer); Maurice Maeterlinck, 86, Belgian playwright, poet and essayist

May 7, 1949 (Saturday)

May 8, 1949 (Sunday)

May 9, 1949 (Monday)

May 10, 1949 (Tuesday)

May 11, 1949 (Wednesday)

May 12, 1949 (Thursday)

May 13, 1949 (Friday)

May 14, 1949 (Saturday)

May 15, 1949 (Sunday)

May 16, 1949 (Monday)

May 17, 1949 (Tuesday)

May 18, 1949 (Wednesday)

May 19, 1949 (Thursday)

May 20, 1949 (Friday)

May 21, 1949 (Saturday)

  • 16,000 non-Communist railway workers in Berlin went on strike to demand payment in western Deutsche Marks. 500 were reported injured in fighting between strikers and Soviet sector police and strike-breakers.[36]
  • Died: Klaus Mann, 42, German writer (sleeping pill overdose)

May 22, 1949 (Sunday)

May 23, 1949 (Monday)

May 24, 1949 (Tuesday)

May 25, 1949 (Wednesday)

May 26, 1949 (Thursday)

May 27, 1949 (Friday)

May 28, 1949 (Saturday)

May 29, 1949 (Sunday)

May 30, 1949 (Monday)

May 31, 1949 (Tuesday)

References

  1. ^ "Baroda Joins Bombay". The New York Times: 3. May 2, 1949.
  2. ^ "Court Refuses Germans". The New York Times: 6. May 3, 1949.
  3. ^ "Cozzens Wins Pulitzer Prize". The Milwaukee Journal: 6. May 3, 1949.
  4. ^ Belair, Jr., Felix (May 4, 1949). "Chennault Urges $700,000,000 Fund For China At Once". The New York Times: 1.
  5. ^ "Durocher Reinstated By 'Happy' Chandler". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: 1. May 4, 1949.
  6. ^ "Berlin Blockade to Be Lifted, State Department Announces". The Milwaukee Journal: 1. May 4, 1949.
  7. ^ "Belgium Approves Atlantic Pact". The New York Times: 16. May 4, 1949.
  8. ^ Ruch, Walter W. (May 6, 1949). "62,000 Stop Work At Ford; Dearborn Tie-Up To Spread". The New York Times: 1.
  9. ^ "Miners, Police Clash in Quebec". The New York Times: 4. May 6, 1949.
  10. ^ a b "Police Retake Town In Strike In Canada". The New York Times: 3. May 7, 1949.
  11. ^ "Gehringer Is Honored". The New York Times: 32. May 6, 1949.
  12. ^ "Asbestos Strike". The Canadian Encyclopedia. Retrieved June 4, 2018.
  13. ^ "Help to Spain Curtly Denied". The Milwaukee Journal: 2. May 7, 1949.
  14. ^ "Voice and BBC Give Russia Some News". The New York Times: 1. May 8, 1949.
  15. ^ Shevlin, Maurice (May 8, 1949). "Ponder Wins Derby at 16-1". Chicago Daily Tribune. Chicago: 1.
  16. ^ McLaughlin, Kathleen (May 9, 1949). "German Assembly, 53 to 12, Approves New Constitution". The New York Times: 1.
  17. ^ Brewer, Sam Pope (May 10, 1949). "Increased Power Given Iranian Ruler". The New York Times: 16.
  18. ^ Butler, Hannah (September 10, 2015). "1949: the birth of modern German democracy". The Local. Retrieved June 4, 2018.
  19. ^ Brady, Thomas F. (August 1, 1949). "'Rebellion' Ends For Judy Garland". Chicago Daily Tribune. Chicago: 14.
  20. ^ Hamilton, Thomas J. (May 12, 1949). "Israel Wins A Seat In U.N. By 37-12 Vote". The New York Times: 1.
  21. ^ Steinberg, S. H. (Ed.). (1957). The Statesman's Year-Book: Statistical and Historical Annual of the States of the World for the Year 1957. St. Martin's Press. p. 1413.
  22. ^ Shevlin, Maurice (May 12, 1949). "Reds End Berlin Blockade". Chicago Daily Tribune. Chicago: 1.
  23. ^ Daniels, Clifton (May 13, 1949). "Commons Ratifies, 333 to 6, The North Atlantic Treaty". The New York Times: 1.
  24. ^ Frayman, Joseph (May 15, 1949). "Eisler Is Carried Off Polish Liner By British Police". The New York Times: 1.
  25. ^ "25,000 At Rally Pray For Victims Of Reds". The New York Times: 13. May 16, 1949.
  26. ^ Kennedy, Paul P. (May 17, 1949). "Move To Lift Curb On Spain Rejected By U. N. Assembly". The New York Times: 1.
  27. ^ Crane, Burton (May 13, 1949). "Japan To Reopen Stock Exchanges". The New York Times: 4.
  28. ^ "Zamboni Patents". zamboni.com. Retrieved June 4, 2018.
  29. ^ 三联生活周刊. 1949年5月的武汉_三联生活周刊. www.lifeweek.com.cn. 在一片树林里找到了解放军118师的师部,然后带着部队走进了武汉,进武汉市的时候已经是18点了”。{...}16日,解放军进城,{...}5月16日17点,张林苏就进了武汉。
  30. ^ 胡甫臣 (1981). 武汉地下斗争回忆录. 湖北人民出版社. p. 383. 统一书号 (National Standard Book Number of China) 11106·136. 共军于下午二时初刻自两端入城,
  31. ^ "Assembly In India Upholds British Tie". The New York Times: 17. May 18, 1949.
  32. ^ Daniel, Clifton (May 18, 1949). "Laborites Expel 2 Pro-Soviet MP's". The New York Times: 1.
  33. ^ "Huge Navy Flying Boat Carries 308, a Record". The New York Times: 6. May 20, 1949.
  34. ^ Hulen, Betram D. (May 21, 1949). "U. S., Britain Reject Soviet Parley Aim To End Greek War". The New York Times: 1.
  35. ^ "Don Newcombe 1949 Pitching Gamelogs". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved June 4, 2018.
  36. ^ Gruson, Sydney (May 22, 1949). "Bloody Riots Mark Berlin Rail Strike, 500 Reported Hurt". The New York Times: 1.
  37. ^ "Burmese Take Insein; Foes Reported Split". The New York Times: 4. May 23, 1949.
  38. ^ "Tornadoes Kill 46; Strike Many Areas". The New York Times: 1. May 23, 1949.
  39. ^ Raymond, Jack (May 24, 1949). "New German State Officially Set Up". The New York Times: 1.
  40. ^ Callender, Harold (May 24, 1949). "Austrian Treaty Put After Germany; Vishinsky Asks For Meeting On Japan". The New York Times: 1.
  41. ^ "10 Accused In Films Sue For $52,000,000". The New York Times: 31. May 24, 1949.
  42. ^ Callender, Harold (May 25, 1949). "Russian Rebuffed". The New York Times: 1.
  43. ^ Ruch, Walter W. (May 26, 1949). "Eye of Victor Reuther Removed; Assassin Is Hunted on Slim Clues". The New York Times: 1.
  44. ^ Sullivan, Walter (May 25, 1949). "Red Troops Enter Shanghai, Seize West, Central Areas; Nationalist Forces Flee". The New York Times: 1.
  45. ^ Cianfarra, Camille M. (May 27, 1949). "Pope Proclaims Holy Year, Asks Catholics to Visit Rome". The New York Times: 1.
  46. ^ Daniel, Clifton (May 28, 1949). "Court in Britain Frees Eisler, Finds No Extraditable Crime". The New York Times: 1, 4.
  47. ^ Leonard, Thomas M. (1977). Day By Day: The Forties. New York: Facts On File, Inc. p. 896. ISBN 0-87196-375-2.
  48. ^ Ruch, Walter W. (May 30, 1949). "Union Accepts Pact Ending Ford Strike By Sweeping Vote". The New York Times: 1.
  49. ^ Callender, Harold (May 31, 1949). "Proposal Assailed". The New York Times: 1.
  50. ^ Bracker, Milton (June 1, 1949). "Britain, Argentina Set Trade Accord". The New York Times: 9.
  51. ^ "Luxembourg Approves Pact". The New York Times: 2. June 1, 1949.
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