11. Okt. 1899 – 31. Mai 1902
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History of Scouting

 22. February 1857
Robert Stephenson Smyth Powell, later Baden-Powell, was born.
 16 May 1900.
B-P becomes a national hero during the Siege of Mafeking.
11. Okt. 1899 – 31. Mai 1902
Two boys write to tell B-P that thay have formed the 'Baden-Powell Scouting Society'.
1. to 8. August 1907
Experimental camp on Brownsea Island.
1909
Chile was one of the first countries outside the UK to start scouting.
1908
Publication of the book Scouting for Boys.
08. February, 1910
Scouting started in the United States and Canada. The Boy Scout Association' is formed.
September 1910
1908
Scouting for Boys "was translated into five languages.
04. September, 1909
Scouting for Boys "was translated into five languages.
03. March, 1910
Agnes Baden-Powell started scouting for girls
First annual census - 100,298 Scouts and 7,688 Scouters.
30 October, 1912
Robert Baden Powell marries Olave St Clair Soames in 1912.
May 1916
Scout Jack Cornwell posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross, aged 16
4th January 1912
The Boy Scout Association is incorporated by Royal Charter, granted by King George V.
28. July 1914
The beginning of World War I.
December 1916
September 1916
Cornwell Medal instituted
Wolf Cub Section started.
11 November 1918
End of World War I.
30. Juli 1920 to 8. August 1920
The first World Scout Jamboree
July 1923
August 1918
Senior Scouts renamed as Rover Scouts.
1918
First procession of Armenian Scouts in Constantinople in 1918
July 1923
The woggle is introduced for holding the necker.
A new design for the Thanks Badge is designed, replacing the swastika design.
 February 1939
October 1932
First Gang Show is produced by Ralph Reader.
National Service Badge introduced.
08. January.1941
Baden-Powell dies at Paxtu, Nyeri, Kenya.
2. September 1945
End of World War II.
1. September 1939.
The beginning of World War II.
1. September 1939.
Air Scouts officially recognised.
August 1946
An organisation for British Scouts in Germany is formed.  
April 1949
First "Bob-a-job" week.
 February 1959
The Boy Scout Association joins the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.  
November 1961
Long trousers can be used for Senior Scouts and Rovers.
September 1967
The "Advance Party Report" is published, changing the nature of Scouting int he UK.
November 1961
The Scout Action Group publish "The Black Report", asking for traditional Scouting to be allowed to continue.
1963
The first Little Brothers groups started up in Northern Ireland, they would later go on to become Beaver Scouts.
September 1970
The Baden-Powell Scout's Association breaks from the The Boy - Scout Association.
1967
Rover Scouts and Senior Scouts amalgamated into a single section called Venture Scouts.
June 1977
 Lady Baden-Powell dies at age 88.
1976
Girls are admitted into Venture Scouts.
1976
Beaver Scouts officially became part of The Scout Association.
Beavers start in the B-PSA, Beaver Scouts officially became part of The Scout Association.
1982
1991
The decision is taken to allow girls to become members of all sections
2002
First WFIS Jamboree held in Denmark - over 850 Scouts attend from all over the world.
2002
Venture Scouts replaced by Explorer Scouts and the Scout Network. 
The Balanced Program is introduced.
July 2007
B-PSA Centenary Camp held to mark the anniversary of the Brownsea Camp.
Second WFIS Jamboree held in Medellín, Colombia - over 3000 Scouts attend from all over the world.
2002
The Scout Association celebrates the centenary of Scouting

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