1895 – Count Laszlo Almasy was born in Borostyanko, Hungary on the 22th of August.
1921 – He worked as a representative of an Austrian car firm Steyr in Szombathely, Hungary and won many car races in their colors.
1926 – He developed an interest in the area of Egypt to Sudan along the Nile.
1929 – He demonstrated Steyr vehicles in desert conditions and led to his first expedition to the desert.
1932 – He left to find the legendary Zerzura, The Oasis of the Birds, with three Britons, Sir Robert Clayton, Commander Penderel and Patrick Clayton.
1934 – He published his adventures in the book "Az ismeretlen Szahara" in Budapest.
1939 – He returned to Hungary.
1941-1942 – He worked with the German troops of Erwin Rommel using his desert experience and led military missions.
1951 – He died of dysentery in Salzburg on the 22th of March.