20th Century A.D.
as foreseen by Nostradamus
CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER OF THE QUATRAINS
according to the conclusions of the authors of the JCL Editions books used
(i.e. Jean Guernon & Michel Dufresne - JCL Copyright)
5,56 : The death of Leon XIII, in 1903, to the venerable age of 93 years. Election of Pius X. His little of interest for the material business of the Vatican. His huge work at the level of the canonical rights. The possible recognition of his greatness.
1,17 : The forty years of peace (1871-1911) More likely about a future drought of 40 years. followed by forty years of floods.
Original editions with good translation for this 1,17 quatrain
(NB: It was the one single so far in the word "siccité" in the N dictionary, that caused the mistake.)
1,98 : The Balkan wars (1912-1913) and the downfall of the Ottoman empire (1912).
1,87: World War I, the Germany-Russia confrontation and fights of the Marne (1914).
10,63: The assassination attempt in 1914 against the son of François-Joseph 1st, François-Ferdinand, heir of the throne after the disappearance of Rodolphe, victim of a nationalistic Serb, and the events that triggered World War I, or physicians without border in territories occupied by the Turkish descendants (of the previous verse 10,62).
4,8: The invasion of France via Belgium (1914) and the Battle of Saint-Quentin. The Germans threaten Paris from their entrenched position behind the Marne.
2,1 : The invasion of Turkey by the French-British forces (1915-16) and floodingin the Netherlands (1916).
1,91 : The apparitions of Fatima, the entrance in war of the United States and the Russian revolution (1917).
1,3 : The French Revolution (1792) or the Russian Revolution (1917).
2,80 : Guillaume II of Germany and World War I. The treaty of Versailles and the extreme nationalism of Adolph Hitler.
6,4 : The occupation of Cologne by English after the end of World War I. The city becomes cosmopolitan but preserves its language and its culture.
1,56 : The tribulations of the Ottoman empire (XIXe and XXe centuries)
3,97 The birth of the Zionist movement at the end of the XlXe century. The Balfour declaration (1917) and the preliminary of the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine. The fall of the Ottoman empire in 1920.
5,19 : The fall of the Ottoman empire in 1920. The enrichment of the Middle East during the Second world war due to its oil. Jews get settled in Palestine. The war of Six-days. The terrifying confrontations, between Jews and Palestinians, that occurred since.
3,70 : The birth of the Italian fascism. The advent of the " Duce " Mussolini (1923). The invasion of Italy by the Allies, the July 1943.
7,32: The humble origins of Benito Mussolini. His little interest for arts in general. The dubious policies decreted against the Italian middle class. The famous march of the Italian Fascists of combat, October 30, 1922. Anguishes of World War II on the divided country.
9,2 The murder of Matteotti brought a general protest in Italy and deputies retired in block on the Avetin mount to force the king to free the dictator's Italy in 1924.
2,52 : The earthquakes of March 30 and April 22, 1928, in Smyme and Corinth. The confrontation Constantin 1st - Venizélos and their personal vision of Greece.
3,34 : The solar eclipse of 1927, prelude to the stock crash of 1929. The political beginnings of Hitler Adolph.
6,88 : The downfall of the king Alphonse XIII of Spain, April 14, 1931. The rapid succession of Republican governments between 1931 and 1936. The murder of the chief of the royalist party, July 13, 1936, triggers to the civil war of Spain. An earthquake provokes the death of 25 000 people in Pakistan at the end of the month of May 1935.
3,72 : The political murder of the president French Paul Doumer and the abduction, against ransom, of the son of Charles Lindbergh. The death of the child and the mystery having surrounded this affair.
1,97 : The period between the first two world wars, speeches of peace of Adolph Hitler (1918-1939).
4,56 : The accession to power of Hitler Adolph. His false pacific appearance for all; the beginning of his mandate at the title of Chancellor of Germany. The Second world War and the genocide of Jews.
6,67 : The advent of Adolph Hitler and torments endured under his domination. Governments imposed inside the conquered countries. Character compared to the bloodthirsty Neron (1936-1945).
10,85 : At the age of 86 years old, captive of the power game, the old marshal Hindenburg delivers the power to Hitler.
2,39 : The accession to the power of Adolph Hitler in 1938. Deladiers presides the Council of Framée that same year. Franco and his dictatorship in Spain. Italy in World War II and then massive elimination of Jews by Nazi.
6,7 : The civil War of Spain (1936-1939). The major role of the troops of Hitler and Mussolini in the conflict. The final victory of Franco's nationalists.
10,22 : Édouard VIII, preferring the love to the crown, abdicates in favor of his brother, and goes into exile to marry lady Simpson. Compromised by his relations with Nazi Germany, he was named governor of the Bahamas of 1940 to 1945, so far from the Nazi maneuver during all the duration of World War II. After the war, he settles in France where he died.
1,82 : The Anschluss, Adolph Hitler and the unification of Germany and Austria (1938).
5,94 : Adolph Hitler and the great Reich. Work of the Rhineland, annexation of Austria and invasion of Belgium. The Führer partner to Armenia and the Aryan race (1936-1940).
3,65: The discovery of the tomb of Saint Peter. Election of the pope Pius XII, March 2, 1939. His lawsuit of beatification and the notorious interventions of the Jews because of his passive attitude with the German concentration camp holocausts.
6,66: The discovery of the tomb of Saint Peter in 1935 and earthquakes in April of the same year. Consecration of Nazism during the convention of Nuremberg (15 September 1935). Possibility that racism is associated, one day, to the Beast announced by the apocalypse.
1,47: The league of nations and its failures of conciliation (1920-1939).
6,58 : The economic crisis known by the United States and by countries of Western Europe between years 1929 and 1936. The strange alliance concluded between the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. during World War II. Countries most touched by the conflict: Great Britain and Italy, peace recovered thanks to their conjugated efforts.
9,52 : The pull back of Germany from the Conference on disarmament of the League of Nations that had for mission to avoid war. Illegal annexations of Austria, then of Czechoslovakia and in short of Poland, by Hitler's Germany, and of Ethiopia by the Italy of Mussolini, condemned by The League of Nations. The attack and the occupation of France that followed.
3,7 : The invasion of Poland, at the dawn of the second world conflict.
4,15 : The great economic takeoff of the Middle Orient thanks to its oil, at the dawn of the second world conflict. The major role of Britain and the United States in the economic development of this region of the globe.
2,64 : Switzerland starving during the Second world War. The Convention of Geneva and the powerlessness of the Allies to maintain themselves in Dunkerque (1940).
2,30: Mussolini and the fascist Italy. Adolph Hitler and his visceral hate of Jews. The Nazi propaganda.
7,33 : The arrival to power of Mussolini and the few scruples demonstrated with the systematic elimination of the objectors to the regime. The intervention of Scorca and of Ghandi (1943), to convince the Duce to persevere in his war. The hunt for fascists triggered after the surrender of Italy.
2,32: Hungary 1940. Its union with the Germano-Italo-Japanese tripartite pact. Yugoslavia invaded by Germany (April 1941), or event to come.
1,69 : The invasion of Greece by Italy (1940)
2,50 : The neutrality of Belgium at the dawn of the second world conflict revives a centennial rivalry. France conquered under the observant eye of Belgium.
4,80: The construction of the Maginot line (1927-1936). Invasion of Paris, in 1940, in spite of the presence of this imposing system of defense. The joining of nearly the totality of armies of the world in the Second world War.
9,47 The occupation of France in 1940, the armistice signed by Huntziger and Keitel at Rethindes June 22, 1940, and the election of Government Pétain that will ratify this agreement. The terrifying consequences for the Jews and the resistance.
6,41: Denmark and Germany agree to a mutual pact of nonaggression. The invasion of the country by Germany a few months later (April 10th, 1940) constrained the British Isles and Holland to invest massively into the protection of the borders of the Netherlands. The illusory intervention of the United States, in Italy, to prevent the growing of the conflict.
6,30 : The surprise invasion of Belgium, by the German troops, May 10, 1940. The neutrality displayed by the country ridiculed by the aggressor. The uncomfortable position of Liege during the advance of the armies of the Reich.
2,18 : The bombardments on England (1940) and the aerial fights of the second world conflict.
2,40 : The naval war of the second world conflict. The importance of fleets in presence and the bitterness of fights.
4,82 : The invasion of Greece by Hitlerian troops in 1941. Their passage through Yugoslavia and the organization of the Resistance under Tito. Hitler associated to the fatal name "destroyer".
1,30 : The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor (1941)
9,100 : The attack of Pearl Harbor bringing the destruction of the American fleet December 7, 1941. The impact of this confrontation on the progress of the war, in Europe until then, and worldwide henceforth.
3,14: The French marshal Petain. His long descent into hell and the General de Gaulle emergence.
7,35: The armistice concluded between the France of Petain and Nazi Germany, in June 1940. The great disappointment of the population facing policies of the old marshal, equals to that of the later, for the behavior of his compatriots.
8,65: The belated promotion of Pétain to general's rank, at the age of 58 years old. The character's political ascension to the head of the French nation. His government under the occupation (July 10th, 1940 to March 1942). The disloyalty of his successor, Pierre Laval.
1,80: The aerial bombardments on Dijon, the birth of a monster (1943).
3,19 : The fall of Mussolini and the devastation of the Italty, during the last days of the Second world War.
10,77 : At the time of the American landing of Italy in 1943, the lawsuit against around thirty fascist leaders condemned publicly, their possessions seized and then their exiles, incarcerated thereafter probably on the American bases outside of Italy.
10,78: Mussolini, delivered of his confinement September 12, 1943 by an operation by the SS, comes back directly to Italy crueler than ever, even slaughtering those of his own family, until April 27, 1945 capitulation, whereas he flees and hides before being finally found and dejected by partisans.
2,5 : The invasion of Italy by Allies (1943), from Sicily.
6,87 : The adoption in Frankfort of the program aiming the extinction of the Jewish race. The dismissal of the thesis by the Milanese. The surrender of the Italian peninsula accelerates the withdrawal of the Germans at the end of the second world conflict.
8,81 : The Great Reich of Adolph Hitler. The premises of his downfall appear in 1943 by the defeat of Stalingrad at the hands of the Soviets and by the invasion of Sicily by the Allies. The last days of the Petain regime in France.
10,25 : The battle of Monte Cassino that was perpetuated in Central Italy, begun February 15th, to end May 18th, 1944. The Allies, having achieved the junction with their head of bridge of Anzio and Nettuno (landing of January 22nd), march finally on Rome, where they will enter June 4th.
1,20 : The allies landing in France (1944)
5,34 : The onset of the Overlord operation aiming the invasion of coasts of the Normandy (1944) from the English harbor of Portsmouth. The last German resistance pocket in the region of the Gironde and its defeat in 1945.
4,46 : The liberation of France at the conclusion of the Second world War. The particular roles of the cities of Tour, Nantes and Reimses at the beginning and at the end of the conflict.
1,72 : The occupation of the South of France (1942) and the landing of Provence (1944)
6,76 : The last days of fascist Italy at the conclusion of World War II. The resistance of the citizens of Rome after the invasion of the city by Germans. Their liberation by the Allies and the reprisals experienced against the last partisans of the Duce: Benito Mussolini, aka the Guide.
6,77 : The invasion of the Italy by the Allies at the end of the second world conflict. The three lines of defense erected by Germans to prevent the progression of Allies northwards. Mussolini and his followers executed after a summary lawsuit, in April 1945.
5,8 : The destruction of the German city of Dresden, February 14th, 1945. The effect of the devastating incendiary bombs used. The city left without defense and the extraordinary luck of the RAF and Allies in this murderous raid.
1,100 : Pius XII, the gray dove of the Second world War and Roosevelt's death (1939-1945).
1,64 : Adolph Hitler, the SS and the Gestapo (1939-1945) or future events
9,53 : Hitler and the organization of the "the final solution", that is to say the elimination of the Jews January 20th, 1942, at the Head office of Interpol. The three ovens structures to this end in Auschwitz, Dachau and Birkenau. The tentative of elimination of Hitler with a bomb July 20, 1944.
3,58 : Adolph Hitler, his dark birth, his struggle against Communism, and his death judged suspicious. The political opportunism of the character.
2,6 : The destruction by atomic weapons of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki (August 1945).
2,70 : A punitive measure against a people described as proud that would make this nation regress. Possible allusion to the destruction of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of the Second world War, or event to come.
6,90 : The United States blamed for the destruction, by atomic weapons, of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Even the American headquarters revolts against the president's decision. The justification of the attack supported by the traditional stubbornness of nipponese troops.
2,38: The trial of Nuremberg (1945) and the sharing of Europe at the end of the second world conflict.
6,13 : The short reigns of the Italian king Humbert II in spite of the unanimous support of the people. The intervention of republicans, sustained by the Allies, provoke his fall. The exile of the king and his end in solitude.
2,19 : The creation of the state of Israel (1948) and conflicts between Palestinians and Jews for the possession of the territory.
10,76 : The UN will realize the importance of the Israelis as a nation, and, after the tentative of holocaust, and after their defeat & hunt by the Nazis, in November 1947, the world organization will share Palestine with them.
1,50 : Gandhi, the great Soul (1919-1950)
2,90 : The civil war in Budapest (1956). The insurrection masted by Russia. Nagy, ex-chief of the government, disappears without leaving any trace.
1,94 : The Turkish Revolution, Menderes executed (1960).
3,13 : The political murder, in (Belgium) Congo, of the leader Patrice Lumumba and the international crisis that resulted (1961).
3,89 : The confrontations between Greek and Turkish Cypriots (1963). The Greek component of the island counts on the support of the mother homeland. Constantin disregards his brothers of blood. Wedding of the king with Anne-Marie of Denmark.
4,49 : Political murder of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. The discovery, one day, of a plot having surrounded the crime. Events to come.
5,52 : The accession of Constantin II on the throne of Greece in 1964. His political clumsiness raise the laughter of the people so much so that he had to go into exile and renounce his crown in 1967.
2,78 : Haiti and the Revolution of 1965. The intervention of USA.
3,22 : The Six-days war (June 5th to 10th, 1967) between Jews and Arabs. Its consequences on the relations between the two peoples.
2,86 : Sadate follows Nasser in Egypt (1970). Jarring, representative to the Mideast at the UN.
4,58 : The important drought suffered by Ethiopia in 1973 and 1974. Italy then lives dark hours and blood is spilled. The crisis of Cyprus to the same moment.
4,97 : A descendant of Henri IV of France called on the throne of Spain. This monarch's main characteristic would be to have been elected to his charge in a democratic system. Strong probability that it is about Juan Carlos 1st. His pacific reign. Contemporary events and to come.
3,17 : The rebellion of Eminence Marcel Lefebvre. The Vatican withdraws his bishop's privileges in 1976. His stubbornness to pursue his crusade.
1,11: The beginning of terrorism in Italy (1978).
10,12 : The death of Jean-Paul 1st and the shade of suspicion on the circumstances of the pontiff's death.
5,92 : The reign of Pius XI of a seventeen year length. His five successors, of which the last, Jean-Paul II, called to not to be too much compliant with tradition. The short reign of his predecessor.
1,70 : The Iranian Revolution and the Shah's fall (1979)
3,77 : The alliance of 1727 between Persians (Iranians) and the Ottomans to resist the expansionist pressures of Russia. The Iranian Revolution of 1979. The shah's flight to Egypt. The bloody repression in Iran. The Iran-lrak war.
3,78 : The Iranian Revolution of 1979. The American hostages taking at the US embassy of Tehran, November 4th. The ransom paid by USA. The intervention of leaders from all over the world for their liberation. The role of the duke of Edimbourg in the solution to the impasse.
10,21 : In 1975, the shah announced the end of the multipartism and the formation of an unique party; in 1979. Supporters of the ayatollah force the shah to exile, and Khomeiny comes back triumphally in Tehran. It is then the world learned that the Shah was dying, and that the transfer of powers would have been imminent had not been the revolution.
3,90: Russian invasion of Afghanistan (1979). Iranian revolution and opening of hostilities Iran-lrak, The flight to Aléria (Corsica) of an Afghan army chief.
1,55 : The Iran of Khomeyni and confrontations with Iraq (1980 -)
9,74 The English government orders the slaughtering of bovine thousand in order to eradicate mad cow disease in 1996, whereas au same moment there is a record number of graves desacralised. André Malraux enters to the Pantheon November 23 of the same year. (to be reviewed).
10,82 : The 200 000 deaths of Bosnia, surroundings sprinkled with tombs by Serbians. The last line would refer to the incredible murders by snipers, massacres that culminated with Sarajevo, whereas pretenses of retreat didn't materialize in actual retreats until heavy aerial bombardments.
4,50 : The supremacy of the United States as the only super power. The guaranteed security of the Asian markets until the Group of the Seven is modified into the G-8.
8,14 : The US president is impeached for lying about having an affair at the White House (and possibly the Democrat social sell-out).
10,1 : The drama that was played in ex-Yugoslavia in 1999, with exaction of the ethnic cleaning in Kosovo of which Slobodan Milosevitch was the craftsman.
10,72 : In 1999 between the mid-October and the mid-November, Jhiang Zémin visit, renews ties with France, and announce the agreement of China on the understanding of nuclear test ban.
End of the 20th Century