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Truce with the Ottoman Empire
Tiflis, June of 4, Andonsan At 4:00 a. m., June 1th-3th, the Georgian armistice delegation signed the truce agreement with the Ottoman Empire. Terms and Conditions are: From the side of Ozurgeti mazra (district), the river Choloki shall be the border between Georgia and Ottoman Empire; From the side of Akhaltsikhe mazra, Georgia has rights to Atskuri-Abastumani-Zekari district; other parts of Akhaltsikhe district shall be a part of the Ottoman Empire.
9 June - Konstantine (Kote) Marjanishvili was born
True dramatization, performance expressing he confluences of ideas and characters from our real life, the tension of the life, history, tragedy, - it was Marjanishvili’s strongest area. His heroes were always sharply expressive, he improvidently spent his boundless talent and he was able to do so, because his source of inspiration was inexhaustible. His work was always saturated with the high poetry, and youthful; romantic spirit was always inspired by love of life and Human Beings. He was strict to himself and his art.
The State Public Library of Georgia was founded
On 30 May, 1923, NKVD issued the statement on founding the State Public Library of Georgia (now the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia)
Severian Isiani - a Georgian poet - was born
Severian Isiani was a Georgian poet, translator, author of many plays, pieces of prose and essays.
Andria Balanchivadze – a famous Georgian composer – was born
Balancivhadze was born in Saint Petersburg, to the family of one of the founders of the Georgian professional music, Meliton Balanchivadze, in 1906. The family was very popular among the famous Georgian and foreign cultural workers, and with their support the Georgian music, poetry and dance gained huge attention from Saint Petersburg audience.
Zurab Avalishvili – a famous Georgian scientist, historian, – was reburied in Georgia
After the graduation from the Tbilisi Gymnasium, Zurab Avalishvili went to St. Petersburg to study historical sciences at the St. Petersburg University. He was a friend of Ivane Javakhishvili, Luarsab Andronikashvili, Archil Djordjadze, Samson Pirtskhalava, Ilia Nakashidze and others.
Day of Georgian Independence
The list of states, who legally acknowledged the independence of the Democratic Republic of Georgia Turkey – 1918 USSR – 1918 Germany – 24 September, 1920 Belgium – 27 January, 1921 France – 27 January, 1921
Shalva Kikodze - a Georgian painter – was born
Shalva Kikodze was born in the village of Bakhvi, Ozurgeti region, in 1894. On finishing the Tbilisi Georgian Gymnasium in 1914, he began to study at the Moscow University (Faculty of Law). At the same time, he studied painting at the School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture.
20 May - Alio Adamia, a Georgian writer, was born
Alio Adamia was born in 1914. His first verses appeared in 1931. His first collected poems was published in 1932, his collected poems in 1936.
19 May – Kote Abkhazi, a Georgian statesman and military figure, was born
Kote Aphkazi was born in a prominent Georgian family, the son of Prince Nikoloz (Niko) Abkhazi and Princess Chavchavadze, the sister of the great Georgian writer and public figure Ilia Chavchavadze in 1867. He graduated from the Tbilisi Cadet Corps and the St. Petersburg Military Academy and served in the Russian army.
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