The April 19 is the 109th day of the Gregorian calendar ( 110th in leap years), thus still remain 256 days of the year.
- 2.1 Before the 17th century
- 2.2 17th century
- 2.3 18th century
- 2.4 19th century
- 2.5 20th century 2.5.1 1901-1950
- 2.5.2 1951-2000
- 3.1 Before the 19th century
- 3.2 19th century
- 3.3 20th century
- 3.4 21st century
Politics and World Affairs
- 0065: After detection of Piso's conspiracy against the Roman Emperor Nero himself Gaius Calpurnius Piso commits suicide. As a result, among other also Seneca, Marcus Annaeus Lucanus and Titus Petronius alleged co-conspirators than be forced to commit suicide.
- 0069: Vitellius is accepted in Rome as emperor after he prevailed in the first battle of Bedriacum and Otho took his own life.
- 1042: The Byzantine Emperor Michael V. tries his stepmother Zoe to exile in a monastery, leading to a popular uprising and subsequently to his deposition.
- 1529: Stepping on the Diet of Speyer in six princes and imperial cities than 14 representatives of the Protestant minority against a sentence of outlawry against Martin Luther and the ostracism of his writings and teaching, which is called a demurrer to Speyer.
Science and Technology
Minor accidents are listed in the sub- items of disaster.
Entries of Athletics world records are located under the respective discipline under Athletics.
Before the 17th century
Before the 19th century
- 0065: Gaius Calpurnius Piso, a Roman politician, orator and literature patron
- 0843: Judith, second wife of Louis the Pious
- 1044: Gotzelo I, Duke of Upper and Lower Lorraine
- 1054: . Leo IX, Pope
- 1312: Othon de Pittet, Bishop of Lausanne
- 1390: Robert II, King of Scottish
- 1431: . Adolf III, Count of Waldeck to Landau
- 1477: Andreas Geverdes, Mayor of Lübeck
- 1497: Pierre Basin, Belgian singer
- 1524: Peter Mosellanus, German philologist, theologian and Doctor of the Church
- 2001: Edith Picht - Axenfeld, German harpsichordist
- 2002: Reginald Rose, American writer
- 2003: Mirza Tahir Ahmad, 4th Khilafat ul- Massih
- 2003: Julián Plaza, Argentine tango composer and arranger, pianist and bandoneon player
- 2003: Aurelio Sabattani, Italian Cardinal
- 2004: Jim Cantalupo, American entrepreneur (McDonald's)
- 2004: John Maynard Smith, a British geneticist and evolutionary biologist
- 2004: Norris McWhirter, British publisher
- 2004: Wolfgang Unger, German choirmaster
- 2005: Stan Levey, American jazz drummer
- 2005: Niels -Henning Ørsted Pedersen, Danish jazz bassist
- 2006: Albert Scott Crossfield, American test pilot
- 2007: Jean -Pierre Cassel, French actor
- 2007: Laurens Straub, Dutch actor, director and producer
- 2008: Alfonso López Trujillo, a Colombian cardinal
- 2008: Germaine Tillion, French ethnologist and resistance fighter
- 2009: James Graham Ballard, British writer
- 2010: Guru, American rapper
- 2010: Edwin Valero, Venezuelan boxer
- 2011: Elisabeth Sladen, British actress
- 2011: Andreas Urschlechter, Mayor of Nuremberg
- 2011: Grete Waitz, Norwegian athlete and world record holder
- 2012: Levon Helm, American musician
- 2012: Holger Schmezer, German dressage rider and trainer
- 2013: François Jacob, French physician and Nobel Prize winner
- 2013: Al Neuharth, American journalist
Holidays and observances
- Religious observances Philipp Melanchthon, German professor and reformer ( Protestant)
- St. Leo IX. , German nobleman, priest and bishop, pope and patron ( Catholic)
- Name Days Gerold
More entries contains the list of commemorative and action days.
- Day in April