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  • Germany
    Thursday Nov 12, 1936
    Computer

    The principle of The Modern Computer

    Germany
    Thursday Nov 12, 1936

    The principle of the modern computer was proposed by Alan Turing in his seminal 1936 paper,On Computable Numbers. Turing proposed a simple device that he called "Universal Computing machine" and that is now known as a universal Turing machine. He proved that such a machine is capable of computing anything that is computable by executing instructions (program) stored on tape, allowing the machine to be programmable. The fundamental concept of Turing's design is the stored program, where all the instructions for computing are stored in memory. Von Neumann acknowledged that the central concept of the modern computer was due to this paper.




  • Germany
    Wednesday Nov 25, 1936
    Adolf Hitler

    Anti-Comintern Pact

    Germany
    Wednesday Nov 25, 1936

    On 25 November, Germany signed the Anti-Comintern Pact with Japan. Britain, China, Italy, and Poland were also invited to join the Anti-Comintern Pact, but only Italy signed in 1937.




  • Berlin, Germany
    Wednesday Nov 25, 1936
    World War II

    Anti-Comintern Pact

    Berlin, Germany
    Wednesday Nov 25, 1936

    Germany and Japan signed the Anti-Comintern Pact in 25 November 1936.




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