2019

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From top left, clockwise: Hong Kong protests turn to widespread riots and civil disobedience; House of Representatives votes to adopt articles of impeachment against Donald Trump; CRISPR gene editing first used to experimentally treat a patient with a genetic disorder; the Chilean protests; the Event Horizon Telescope captures the first image of a black hole; Protesters in Tahrir Square during the 2019-2021 Iraqi protests; Fire destroys the spire and roof of Notre Dame de Paris; a protest march against Maduro in Caracas called by Juan Guaido, Interim President of Venezuela 2019 collage v1.png
From top left, clockwise: Hong Kong protests turn to widespread riots and civil disobedience; House of Representatives votes to adopt articles of impeachment against Donald Trump; CRISPR gene editing first used to experimentally treat a patient with a genetic disorder; the Chilean protests; the Event Horizon Telescope captures the first image of a black hole; Protesters in Tahrir Square during the 2019–2021 Iraqi protests; Fire destroys the spire and roof of Notre Dame de Paris; a protest march against Maduro in Caracas called by Juan Guaido, Interim President of Venezuela
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2019 in various calendars
Gregorian calendar 2019
MMXIX
Ab urbe condita 2772
Armenian calendar 1468
ԹՎ ՌՆԿԸ
Assyrian calendar 6769
Baháʼí calendar 175–176
Balinese saka calendar 1940–1941
Bengali calendar 1426
Berber calendar 2969
British Regnal year 67  Eliz. 2   68  Eliz. 2
Buddhist calendar 2563
Burmese calendar 1381
Byzantine calendar 7527–7528
Chinese calendar 戊戌年 (Earth  Dog)
4715 or 4655
     to 
己亥年 (Earth  Pig)
4716 or 4656
Coptic calendar 1735–1736
Discordian calendar 3185
Ethiopian calendar 2011–2012
Hebrew calendar 5779–5780
Hindu calendars
 - Vikram Samvat 2075–2076
 - Shaka Samvat 1940–1941
 - Kali Yuga 5119–5120
Holocene calendar 12019
Igbo calendar 1019–1020
Iranian calendar 1397–1398
Islamic calendar 1440–1441
Japanese calendar Heisei 31 / Reiwa 1
(令和元年)
Javanese calendar 1952–1953
Juche calendar 108
Julian calendar Gregorian minus 13 days
Korean calendar 4352
Minguo calendar ROC 108
民國108年
Nanakshahi calendar 551
Thai solar calendar 2562
Tibetan calendar 阳土狗年
(male Earth-Dog)
2145 or 1764 or 992
     to 
阴土猪年
(female Earth-Pig)
2146 or 1765 or 993
Unix time 1546300800 – 1577836799

2019 (MMXIX) was a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar, the 2019th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 19th year of the 3rd millennium and the 21st century, and the 10th and last year of the 2010s decade.

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2019 was designated as International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements by the United Nations General Assembly [1] given that it coincided with the 150th anniversary of its creation by Dmitri Mendeleev in 1869.

2019 is noted as the year in which the first known human case of COVID-19 was documented, preceding the pandemic which was declared the following year. [2]

2019 was described as the "best year in human history" by multiple newspapers and media outlets, including The New York Times and WNYC. [3] [4]

Events

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Births


Deaths

Deaths
January  · February  · March  · April  · May  · June  · July  · August  · September  · October  · November  · December

January

Bob Einstein Bob Einstein 1970.JPG
Bob Einstein
Carol Channing Carol Channing colour Allan Warren.jpg
Carol Channing
Babiker Awadalla Babiker Awadalla 1960s.jpg
Babiker Awadalla
Emiliano Sala Emiliano Sala (cropped).jpg
Emiliano Sala

February

Julie Adams Julia Adams (Julie Adams), 1953.jpg
Julie Adams
Albert Finney Albert Finney 1966.jpg
Albert Finney
Bruno Ganz Bruno Ganz 2011.jpg
Bruno Ganz
Karl Lagerfeld Karl Lagerfeld 2014.jpg
Karl Lagerfeld
Andre Previn Andre Previn.jpg
André Previn

March

Zhores Alferov Zhores Alfyorov 2012.jpg
Zhores Alferov
Keith Flint Keith in 2009.jpg
Keith Flint
Luke Perry Luke Perry by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg
Luke Perry
Donald Kalpokas Donald-kalpokas-profile.svg
Donald Kalpokas
Scott Walker Fenklup1968ScottWalker.jpg
Scott Walker
Agnes Varda Agnes Varda (Berlinale 2019) (cropped).jpg
Agnès Varda

April

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David J. Thouless
Bibi Andersson Bibi Andersson (1961).jpg
Bibi Andersson
Alan Garcia Alan Garcia-2.jpg
Alan García
Jean, Grand Duke of Luxembourg GD Jean 1967.jpg
Jean, Grand Duke of Luxembourg
Peter Mayhew Peter Mayhew at WonderCon 2007.jpg
Peter Mayhew

May

Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba 2012b (cropped).jpg
Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba
Doris Day Doris Day - 1957.JPG
Doris Day
Bob Hawke Hawke Bob BANNER.jpg
Bob Hawke
Niki Lauda Lauda at 1982 Dutch Grand Prix.jpg
Niki Lauda
Murray Gell-Mann MurrayGellMannJI1.jpg
Murray Gell-Mann
Prem Tinsulanonda Prem Tinsulanonda (Cropped) (2).jpg
Prem Tinsulanonda

June

Jose Antonio Reyes Sevillia-Zenit (2) (cropped).jpg
José Antonio Reyes
Edith Gonzalez Edith Gonzalez (2017).jpg
Edith González
Franco Zeffirelli Zeffirelli (cropped).jpg
Franco Zeffirelli
Mohamed Morsi Mohamed Morsi-05-2013.jpg
Mohamed Morsi
Gloria Vanderbilt Gloria Vanderbilt 1959.JPG
Gloria Vanderbilt

July

Joao Gilberto Joao Gilberto.jpg
João Gilberto
Fernando de la Rua Fernando de la Rua con baston y banda de presidente.jpg
Fernando de la Rúa
Li Peng Li Peng.png
Li Peng
Rutger Hauer Rutger Hauer (2018).jpg
Rutger Hauer
Beji Caid Essebsi Beji Caid el Sebsi at the 37th G8 Summit in Deauville 006.jpg
Beji Caid Essebsi

August

Nuon Chea Nuon Chea on 31 October 2013.jpg
Nuon Chea
Toni Morrison Toni Morrison.jpg
Toni Morrison
Jean-Pierre Mocky Jean-Pierre Mocky Lumieres 2015 2.jpg
Jean-Pierre Mocky
Peter Fonda Peter Fonda 2009.jpg
Peter Fonda
Dawda Jawara Dawda Jawara 1979-09-13.jpg
Dawda Jawara
Valerie Harper Valerie Harper 1974.JPG
Valerie Harper

September

Robert Mugabe Mugabe 1979 a.jpg
Robert Mugabe
B. J. Habibie Foto Presiden Habibie 1998.jpg
B. J. Habibie
Ric Ocasek Ric-Ocasek (cropped).jpg
Ric Ocasek
Zine El Abidine Ben Ali Zine El Abidine Ben Ali (cropped).jpg
Zine El Abidine Ben Ali
Jacques Chirac Jacques Chirac (1997) (cropped).jpg
Jacques Chirac

October

Karel Gott Karel Gott 2018.jpg
Karel Gott
Diahann Carroll Diahann Carroll 1976.JPG
Diahann Carroll
Ginger Baker Ginger Baker in 1984.jpg
Ginger Baker
Alexei Leonov Alexei Leonov.jpg
Alexei Leonov
Sadako Ogata Ogata Sadako 1-1.jpg
Sadako Ogata
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Mugshot of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, 2004.jpg
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

November

Jan Strasky Strasky.jpg
Jan Stráský
Raymond Poulidor Raymond Poulidor - IMG 1906 (cropped) (cropped).JPG
Raymond Poulidor
Harrison Dillard Harrison Dillard 1952.jpg
Harrison Dillard
Mary L. Good Mary Lowe Good - ACS2004 crop.jpg
Mary L. Good
Goo Hara "eodil bwado yebbeune" guhara, galsurog yebbeojineun yeosin mimo (1).jpg
Goo Hara
Yasuhiro Nakasone Yasuhiro Nakasone.jpg
Yasuhiro Nakasone

December

Rene Auberjonois Rene-Auberjonois-by-kyle-cassidy-DSC 8245.jpg
René Auberjonois
Caroll Spinney Carroll Spinney and Oscar the Grouch 2014.jpg
Caroll Spinney
Marie Fredriksson Roxette 2014-04-08 002 (cropped).jpg
Marie Fredriksson
Anna Karina Aankomst Franse filmster Anna Karina op Schiphol, Anna Karina tijdens persconfer, Bestanddeelnr 921-0593.jpg
Anna Karina
Ari Behn Ari Behn.jpg
Ari Behn
Neil Innes Neil Innes by Luke Ford adjust.jpg
Neil Innes
Prosper Grech Cardinal Grech 2014.jpg
Prosper Grech

Nobel Prizes

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Nobel medal

See also

Overviews

Specific events and situations

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