How Underestimation Caused A Repeat of 1752

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The year 1752 was a year I’d call hilarious. In that year there was a transition from the Roman Julian Calendar to the Georgian Calendar in England. This was specifically done in September. The effect of such transitioning caused a loss of 11 days in the Calendar days for that month.

The Julian Calendar was 11 days longer than the Georgian Calendar. So the King ordered 11 days to wipe off from the face of the calendar. Workers worked 11 days less but were still paid salaries for the month.

In the Georgian Calendar April was the 1st Month of the year, but, in the Georgian Calendar, January became the 1st month of the year. Some citizens still referred to…

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