1892 – He was born in Dieppe (Seine-Maritime), on the 15th of August.
1924-1932 – De Broglie taught theoretical physics in the University of Paris; he occupied the chair in that subject.
1933 – Louis de Broglie became a member of the Académie des sciences.
1934 – He was received as a member by his own brother Maurice.
1942 – He was the academy’s perpetual secretary.
1944 – On the 12th of October, he was elected to the Académie française, replacing mathematician Émile Picard.
1945 – De Broglie was awarded a post as counselor to the French High Commission of Atomic Energy for his efforts to bring industry and science closer together.
1952-1953 – UNESCO awarded him the first Kalinga Prize for his work in popularizing scientific knowledge, and he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of London on 23 April.
1961 – He received the title of Knight of the Grand Cross in the Légion d’honneur.
1987 – He died on the 19th of March.