EU timeline

Timeline created by Ericabucciantini
In History
  • 2020 BCE

    now a days 2020

    The United Kingdom leaves the European Union after 47 years of EU membership, marking a new chapter in the Union’s history. The entry into force of the Withdrawal Agreement marks the start of a transition period until at least 31 December 2020, during which the UK remains a member of the Single Market and the Customs Union. EU law will continue to apply in the United Kingdom until the end of the transition period, however, as a non-EU country.
  • 2012 BCE

    NOBEL PEACE PRICE

    the european union was awarded the nobel peace price
  • 2004 BCE

    2004 one of the year to remember

    Most of the easter european country where ones under the control of the Soviet Union decided to be able to join the European Union.
    In fect 2004 is a one of the year to remember because in that year ten more eu countries join the union and most of this countries where from the easter europe
  • 1989 BCE

    Berlin Wall is pulled down

    There is major political upheaval when, on 9 November 1989, the Berlin Wall is pulled down and the border between East and West Germany is opened for the first time in 28 years, this leads to the reunification of Germany when both East and West Germany are united in October 1990.
  • 1957 BCE

    25 March 1957

    On March 25, 1957, the Treaties of Rome were signed, considered as the birth certificate of the great European family. The first establishes a European Economic Community (EEC), instead a European Atomic Energy Community, better known as Euratom.
  • 1951 BCE

    The European Coal and Steel Community was created

    Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands sign the Treaty of Paris establishing the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC).
  • 1950 BCE

    9 May 1950: Europe is born

    In 1950, in a speech inspired by Jean Monnet, the French foreign minister Robert Schuman proposed integrating the coal and steel industries of western Europe.
  • 1950 BCE

    Human Rights

    Signature of the Human Rights and Fundamental Rights Conventions in Rome, Italy.
  • 1948 BCE

    Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands

    The custom convention between Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands enters into force.
  • 1948 BCE

    International Coordination of Movements

    Fostered by the International Coordination of Movements for the Unification of Europe Committee, It is chaired by Winston Churchill. Participants recommend that a European deliberative assembly and a European special council be created to take charge of preparing political and economic integration of European countries. They also recommend the adoption of a human rights charter and the creation of a Court of Justice to ensure the respect of such a charter
  • 1947 BCE

    The United Europe movement was born

    The United Europe movement was born, promoted by Winston Churchill. The movement is opposed to the establishment of supranational bodies, while it is in favour of international cooperation.
  • 1947 BCE

    Founding of the United States Socialist movement of Europe

    Founding of the United States Socialist movement of Europe. In 1961 it was renamed the European Left
  • 1946 BCE

    how it is start

    Winston Churchill calls for "a kind of United States of Europe" in a speech at the University of Zurich.
  • 1946 BCE

    The Union of European Federalists

    The Union of European Federalists is created in Paris, France.