December 10th is Dewey Decimal System, Human Rights, International Animal Rights, National Lager, Nobel Prize and more!
Dewey Decimal System Day, December 10th, honors a system of classification and the man who created it. Melvil Dewey (1851-1931), a poet from 1851, was born on December 10, 1851. The librarian invented the Dewey Decimal system of library classification.
The United Nations Human Rights Day, which falls on December 10th, annually aims to celebrate the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).
Human beings are owed kindness and compassion by all sentient beings each year on International Animal Rights Day, December 10th. Of course, animals are included in this.
On December 10th, the third most popular drink after water and tea is a glass. Although lager is often thought of as a light, summer beer, we believe that every season deserves to be celebrated with a few of your favorite things.
Nobel Prize Day is on December 10th, in honor of Alfred Nobel's annual award established by the award. On November 27, 1895, Alfred Nobel signed his third and last will at the Swedish-Norwegian Club in Paris. Nobel Laurel left a lot of money to establish a prize when it was opened and read after his death, causing a lot of controversy both in Sweden and internationally, as Nobel heirs left a lot of his money to establish a prize. His family opposed establishing the Nobel Prize, and the prize winners, who he had chosen, refused to do what he had requested in his will. In 1901, it was five years before the first Nobel Prize could be awarded in 1901.