1883 – Born in Lemberg on the 19th of April.
1905 – He published an article on "Zur konstruktiven Infinitesimalgeometrie der ebenen Kurven," in the prestigious Zeitschrift für Mathematik und Physik.
1908 – Mises was awarded a doctorate from Vienna and he received his habilitation from Brünn, to lecture on engineering.
1909 – He was appointed professor of applied mathematics in Straßburg, then part of the German Empire and received Prussian citizenship.
1915 – He supervised the construction of a 600-horsepower aircraft — the "Mises-Flugzeug" for the Austrian army.
1933 – With the rise of the National Socialist party to power, von Mises, who was a Roman Catholic but had Jewish ancestry, felt his position threatened despite his World War I military service.
1939 – Amid political uncertainty following the death of Turkish President Kemal Atatürk, he went to the United States.
1943 – He married Hilda Geiringer.
1944 – He was appointed Gordon-McKay Professor of Aerodynamics and Applied Mathematics at Harvard University.
1950 – Mises declined an offer of honorary membership from the Communist-dominated East German Academy of Science.
1953 – Died on the 14th of July in Boston.