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== Events ==
 
== Events ==
* {{wp|86 BC}} - {{wp|Lucius Cornelius Sulla}}, at the head of a {{wp|Roman Republic}} army, enters in {{wp|Athens}}, removing the {{wp|tyrant}} {{wp|Aristion}} who was supported by troops of {{wp|Mithridates VI of Pontus}}.
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* [[Wikipedia:86 BC|86 BC]] - [[Wikipedia:Lucius Cornelius Sulla|Lucius Cornelius Sulla]], at the head of a [[Wikipedia:Roman Republic|Roman Republic]] army, enters in [[Wikipedia:Athens|Athens]], removing the [[Wikipedia:tyrant|tyrant]] [[Wikipedia:Aristion|Aristion]] who was supported by troops of [[Wikipedia:Mithridates VI of Pontus|Mithridates VI of Pontus]].
* {{wp|286}} - {{wp|Roman Emperor}} {{wp|Diocletian}} raises {{wp|Maximian}} to the rank of {{wp|Caesar (title)|''Caesar''}}.
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* [[286]] - [[Wikipedia:Roman Emperor|Roman Emperor]] [[Wikipedia:Diocletian|Diocletian]] raises [[Wikipedia:Maximian|Maximian]] to the rank of [[Wikipedia:Caesar (title)|''Caesar'']].
* {{wp|293}} - Roman Emperors {{wp|Diocletian}} and Maximian appoint {{wp|Constantius Chlorus}} and {{wp|Galerius}} as {{wp|Caesar (title)|''Caesares''}}, thus beginning the {{wp|Tetrarchy}}.
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* [[293]] - Roman Emperors [[Wikipedia:Diocletian|Diocletian]] and Maximian appoint [[Wikipedia:Constantius Chlorus|Constantius Chlorus]] and [[Wikipedia:Galerius|Galerius]] as [[Wikipedia:Caesar (title)|''Caesares'']], thus beginning the [[Wikipedia:Tetrarchy|Tetrarchy]].
* {{wp|317}} - {{wp|Crispus}} and {{wp|Constantine II (emperor)|Constantine II}}, sons of {{wp|Roman Emperor}} {{wp|Constantine I}}, and {{wp|Licinius II|Licinius iunior}}, son of Emperor {{wp|Licinius}}, are made {{wp|Caesar (title)|''Caesares''}}
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* [[317]] - [[Wikipedia:Crispus|Crispus]] and [[Wikipedia:Constantine II (emperor)|Constantine II]], sons of [[Wikipedia:Roman Emperor|Roman Emperor]] [[Wikipedia:Constantine I|Constantine I]], and [[Wikipedia:Licinius II|Licinius iunior]], son of Emperor [[Wikipedia:Licinius|Licinius]], are made [[Wikipedia:Caesar (title)|''Caesares'']]
* {{wp|589}} - {{wp|Saint David}}, patron saint of Wales, dies.
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* [[589]] - [[Wikipedia:Saint David|Saint David]], patron saint of Wales, dies.
* {{wp|1457}} - The {{wp|Unitas Fratrum}} is established in the village of Kunvald, on the Bohemian-Moravian borderland. It is to date the second oldest Protestant denomination.
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* [[1457]] - The [[Wikipedia:Unitas Fratrum|Unitas Fratrum]] is established in the village of Kunvald, on the Bohemian-Moravian borderland. It is to date the second oldest Protestant denomination.
* {{wp|1562}} - Over 1,000 {{wp|Huguenot}}s are massacred by {{wp|Catholicism|Catholics}} in {{wp|Wassy}}, {{wp|France}} marking the start of the {{wp|French Wars of Religion}}.
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* [[1562]] - Over 1,000 [[Wikipedia:Huguenot|Huguenot]]s are massacred by [[Wikipedia:Catholicism|Catholics]] in [[Wikipedia:Wassy|Wassy]], [[France|France]] marking the start of the [[Wikipedia:French Wars of Religion|French Wars of Religion]].
* {{wp|1565}} - The city of {{wp|Rio de Janeiro}} is founded.
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* [[1565]] - The city of [[Wikipedia:Rio de Janeiro|Rio de Janeiro]] is founded.
* {{wp|1593}} - The {{wp|Uppsala Synod}} is summoned to confirm the exact forms of the {{wp|Lutheran Church|Lutheran}} {{wp|Church of Sweden}}.
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* [[1593]] - The [[Wikipedia:Uppsala Synod|Uppsala Synod]] is summoned to confirm the exact forms of the [[Wikipedia:Lutheran Church|Lutheran]] [[Wikipedia:Church of Sweden|Church of Sweden]].
* {{wp|1628}} - Writs are issued in {{wp|February}} by {{wp|Charles I of England}} that every county in {{wp|England}} (not just seaport towns) pay {{wp|ship tax}} by this date.
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* [[1628]] - Writs are issued in [[February]] by [[Wikipedia:Charles I of England|Charles I of England]] that every county in [[England|England]] (not just seaport towns) pay [[Wikipedia:ship tax|ship tax]] by this date.
* {{wp|1633}} - {{wp|Samuel de Champlain}} reclaims his role as commander of {{wp|New France}} on behalf of {{wp|Cardinal Richelieu}}.
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* [[1633]] - [[Wikipedia:Samuel de Champlain|Samuel de Champlain]] reclaims his role as commander of [[Wikipedia:New France|New France]] on behalf of [[Wikipedia:Cardinal Richelieu|Cardinal Richelieu]].
* {{wp|1642}} - {{wp|Georgeana}}, {{wp|Massachusetts}} (now known as {{wp|York, Maine}}) becomes the first incorporated city in {{wp|the USA}}.
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* [[1642]] - [[Wikipedia:Georgeana|Georgeana]], [[Massachusetts|Massachusetts]] (now known as [[Wikipedia:York, Maine|York]]) becomes the first incorporated city in [[Wikipedia:the USA|the USA]].
* {{wp|1692}} - The {{wp|Salem witch trials}} begin in {{wp|Salem Village, Massachusetts}}.
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* [[1692]] - The [[Wikipedia:Salem witch trials|Salem witch trials]] begin in [[Wikipedia:Salem Village, Massachusetts|Salem Village]].
* {{wp|1700}} - {{wp|Sweden}} introduces its own {{wp|Swedish calendar}}, in an attempt to gradually merge into the {{wp|Gregorian calendar}}, reverts to the {{wp|Julian calendar}} on this date in {{wp|1712}}, and introduces the {{wp|Gregorian Calendar}} on this date in {{wp|1753}}.
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* [[1700]] - [[Sweden|Sweden]] introduces its own [[Wikipedia:Swedish calendar|Swedish calendar]], in an attempt to gradually merge into the [[Gregorian calendar|Gregorian calendar]], reverts to the [[Julian calendar|Julian calendar]] on this date in [[1712]], and introduces the [[Gregorian Calendar|Gregorian Calendar]] on this date in [[1753]].
* {{wp|1781}} - The {{wp|Continental Congress}} adopts the {{wp|Articles of Confederation}}.
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* [[1781]] - The [[Wikipedia:Continental Congress|Continental Congress]] adopts the [[Wikipedia:Articles of Confederation|Articles of Confederation]].
* {{wp|1790}} - The first {{wp|United States Census Bureau|United States census}} is authorized.
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* [[1790]] - The first [[United States Census Bureau|United States census]] is authorized.
* {{wp|1803}} - {{wp|Ohio}} is admitted as the 17th {{wp|U.S. state}}.
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* [[1803]] - [[Ohio|Ohio]] is admitted as the 17th [[U.S. state|U.S. state]].
* {{wp|1805}} - Justice {{wp|Samuel Chase}} is acquitted at the end of his {{wp|impeachment}} trial by the {{wp|U.S. Senate}}.
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* [[1805]] - Justice [[Wikipedia:Samuel Chase|Samuel Chase]] is acquitted at the end of his [[Wikipedia:impeachment|impeachment]] trial by the [[Wikipedia:U.S. Senate|U.S. Senate]].
* {{wp|1811}} - Leaders of the {{wp|Mameluke dynasty}} are killed by {{wp|Egypt}}ian ruler {{wp|Muhammad Ali of Egypt|Muhammad Ali}}.
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* [[1811]] - Leaders of the [[Wikipedia:Mameluke dynasty|Mameluke dynasty]] are killed by [[Egypt|Egypt]]ian ruler [[Wikipedia:Muhammad Ali of Egypt|Muhammad Ali]].
* {{wp|1815}} - {{wp|Napoleon I of France|Napoleon}} returns to {{wp|France}} from his banishment on {{wp|Elba}}.
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* [[1815]] - [[Wikipedia:Napoleon I of France|Napoleon]] returns to [[France|France]] from his banishment on [[Wikipedia:Elba|Elba]].
* {{wp|1836}} - A {{wp|Convention of 1836|Convention}} of delegates from 57 {{wp|Texas}} communities convenes in {{wp|Washington-on-the-Brazos, Texas}}, to deliberate independence from {{wp|Mexico}}.
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* [[1836]] - A [[Wikipedia:Convention of 1836|Convention]] of delegates from 57 [[Texas|Texas]] communities convenes in [[Wikipedia:Washington-on-the-Brazos, Texas|Washington-on-the-Brazos]], to deliberate independence from [[Mexico|Mexico]].
* {{wp|1840}} - {{wp|Adolphe Thiers}} becomes prime minister of {{wp|France}}.
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* [[1840]] - [[Wikipedia:Adolphe Thiers|Adolphe Thiers]] becomes prime minister of [[France|France]].
* {{wp|1845}} - {{wp|President}} {{wp|John Tyler}} signs a bill authorizing the {{wp|United States}} to annex the {{wp|Republic of Texas}}.
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* [[1845]] - [[Wikipedia:President|President]] [[Wikipedia:John Tyler|John Tyler]] signs a bill authorizing the [[United States|United States]] to annex the [[Wikipedia:Republic of Texas|Republic of Texas]].
* {{wp|1847}} - The state of {{wp|Michigan}} formally abolishes {{wp|capital punishment}}.
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* [[1847]] - The state of [[Michigan|Michigan]] formally abolishes [[Wikipedia:capital punishment|capital punishment]].
* {{wp|1852}} - {{wp|Archibald William Montgomerie, 13th Earl of Eglinton}} appointed {{wp|Lord Lieutenant of Ireland}}.
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* [[1852]] - [[Wikipedia:Archibald William Montgomerie, 13th Earl of Eglinton|Archibald William Montgomerie]] appointed [[Wikipedia:Lord Lieutenant of Ireland|Lord Lieutenant of Ireland]].
* {{wp|1854}} - {{wp|German people|German}} psychologist {{wp|Friedrich Eduard Beneke}} disappears; two years later his remains are found in a canal near {{wp|Charlottenburg}}.
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* [[1854]] - [[Wikipedia:German people|German]] psychologist [[Wikipedia:Friedrich Eduard Beneke|Friedrich Eduard Beneke]] disappears; two years later his remains are found in a canal near [[Wikipedia:Charlottenburg|Charlottenburg]].
* {{wp|1867}} - {{wp|Nebraska}} becomes the 37th {{wp|U.S. state}}; Lancaster, {{wp|Nebraska}} is renamed {{wp|Lincoln, Nebraska|Lincoln}} and becomes the state capital.
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* [[1867]] - [[Nebraska|Nebraska]] becomes the 37th [[U.S. state|U.S. state]]; Lancaster, [[Nebraska|Nebraska]] is renamed [[Wikipedia:Lincoln, Nebraska|Lincoln]] and becomes the state capital.
* {{wp|1868}} - {{wp|Pi Kappa Alpha}} fraternity is founded at the {{wp|University of Virginia}}.
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* [[1868]] - [[Wikipedia:Pi Kappa Alpha|Pi Kappa Alpha]] fraternity is founded at the [[Wikipedia:University of Virginia|University of Virginia]].
* {{wp|1872}} - {{wp|Yellowstone National Park}} is established as the world's first {{wp|national park}}.
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* [[1872]] - [[Wikipedia:Yellowstone National Park|Yellowstone National Park]] is established as the world's first [[Wikipedia:national park|national park]].
* {{wp|1873}} - {{wp|E. Remington and Sons}} in {{wp|Ilion, New York}} start production of the first practical {{wp|typewriter}}.
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* [[1873]] - [[Wikipedia:E. Remington and Sons|E. Remington and Sons]] in [[Wikipedia:Ilion, New York|Ilion]] start production of the first practical [[Wikipedia:typewriter|typewriter]].
* 1873 - {{wp|Henry Comstock}} discovers the {{wp|Comstock Lode}} in {{wp|Virginia City, Nevada}}.
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* 1873 - [[Wikipedia:Henry Comstock|Henry Comstock]] discovers the [[Wikipedia:Comstock Lode|Comstock Lode]] in [[Wikipedia:Virginia City, Nevada|Virginia City]].
* {{wp|1886}} - {{wp|Anglo-Chinese School}}, {{wp|Singapore}} is founded by {{wp|Bishop}} {{wp|William Oldham}}.
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* [[1886]] - [[Wikipedia:Anglo-Chinese School|Anglo-Chinese School]], [[Wikipedia:Singapore|Singapore]] is founded by [[Wikipedia:Bishop|Bishop]] [[Wikipedia:William Oldham|William Oldham]].
* {{wp|1896}} - {{wp|Battle of Adowa}}: an {{wp|Ethiopia}}n army defeats an outnumbered {{wp|Italy|Italian}} force, ending the {{wp|First Italo–Ethiopian War}}.
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* [[1896]] - [[Wikipedia:Battle of Adowa|Battle of Adowa]]: an [[Wikipedia:Ethiopia|Ethiopia]]n army defeats an outnumbered [[Italy|Italian]] force, ending the [[Wikipedia:First Italo–Ethiopian War|First Italo–Ethiopian War]].
* 1896 - {{wp|Henri Becquerel}} discovers {{wp|radioactivity}}.
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* 1896 - [[Wikipedia:Henri Becquerel|Henri Becquerel]] discovers [[Wikipedia:radioactivity|radioactivity]].
* {{wp|1912}} - {{wp|Albert Berry}} makes the first {{wp|parachute}} jump from a moving {{wp|fixed-wing aircraft|airplane}}.
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* [[1912]] - [[Wikipedia:Albert Berry|Albert Berry]] makes the first [[Wikipedia:parachute|parachute]] jump from a moving [[Wikipedia:fixed-wing aircraft|airplane]].
* {{wp|1914}} - The {{wp|Republic of China}} joins the {{wp|Universal Postal Union}}.
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* [[1914]] - The [[Wikipedia:Republic of China|Republic of China]] joins the [[Wikipedia:Universal Postal Union|Universal Postal Union]].
* {{wp|1917}} - {{wp|U.S.}} government releases the {{wp|plaintext}} of the {{wp|Zimmermann Telegram}} to the public.
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* [[1917]] - [[Wikipedia:U.S.|U.S.]] government releases the [[Wikipedia:plaintext|plaintext]] of the [[Wikipedia:Zimmermann Telegram|Zimmermann Telegram]] to the public.
* {{wp|1919}} - {{wp|March 1st Movement}} begins in {{wp|Korea}}.
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* [[1919]] - [[Wikipedia:March 1st Movement|March 1st Movement]] begins in [[Wikipedia:Korea|Korea]].
* {{wp|1932}} - The son of {{wp|Charles Lindbergh}}, {{wp|Charles Augustus Lindbergh III}}, is kidnapped.
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* [[1932]] - The son of [[Wikipedia:Charles Lindbergh|Charles Lindbergh]], [[Wikipedia:Charles Augustus Lindbergh III|Charles Augustus Lindbergh III]], is kidnapped.
* {{wp|1936}} - {{wp|Hoover Dam}} is completed.
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* [[1936]] - [[Wikipedia:Hoover Dam|Hoover Dam]] is completed.
* 1936 - {{wp|S.S. California strike|A strike occurs aboard the ''S.S. California''}}, leading to the demise of the {{wp|International Seamen's Union}} and the creation of the {{wp|National Maritime Union}}.
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* 1936 - [[Wikipedia:S.S. California strike|A strike occurs aboard the ''S.S. California'']], leading to the demise of the [[Wikipedia:International Seamen's Union|International Seamen's Union]] and the creation of the [[Wikipedia:National Maritime Union|National Maritime Union]].
* {{wp|1941}} - {{wp|World War II}}: {{wp|Bulgaria}} signs the {{wp|Tripartite Pact}}, allying itself with the {{wp|Axis powers}}.
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* [[1941]] - [[World War II|World War II]]: [[Bulgaria|Bulgaria]] signs the [[Wikipedia:Tripartite Pact|Tripartite Pact]], allying itself with the [[Wikipedia:Axis powers|Axis powers]].
* 1941 - {{wp|W47NV}} (now known as {{wp|WSM-FM}}) begins operations in {{wp|Nashville, Tennessee}} becoming the first {{wp|FM radio}} station in the {{wp|United States|U.S.}}.
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* 1941 - [[Wikipedia:W47NV|W47NV]] (now known as [[Wikipedia:WSM-FM|WSM-FM]]) begins operations in [[Nashville, Tennessee|Nashville]] becoming the first [[Wikipedia:FM radio|FM radio]] station in the [[United States|U.S.]].
* {{wp|1942}} - HMAS Perth, and USS Houston sunk by the Japanese in the Suda Strait, Indonesia
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* [[1942]] - HMAS Perth, and USS Houston sunk by the Japanese in the Suda Strait, Indonesia
* {{wp|1943}} - World War II: {{wp|Battle of Bismarck Sea}} begins.
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* [[1943]] - World War II: [[Wikipedia:Battle of Bismarck Sea|Battle of Bismarck Sea]] begins.
* {{wp|1946}} - The {{wp|Bank of England}} is nationalised.
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* [[1946]] - The [[Wikipedia:Bank of England|Bank of England]] is nationalised.
* {{wp|1947}} - The {{wp|International Monetary Fund}} begins financial operations.
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* [[1947]] - The [[Wikipedia:International Monetary Fund|International Monetary Fund]] begins financial operations.
* {{wp|1949}} - {{wp|Indonesia}} seizes {{wp|Yogyakarta}} from the {{wp|Netherlands|Dutch}}.
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* [[1949]] - [[Wikipedia:Indonesia|Indonesia]] seizes [[Wikipedia:Yogyakarta|Yogyakarta]] from the [[Netherlands|Dutch]].
* 1949 - ''{{wp|Ripley's Believe It Or Not!}}'' debuts on television
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* 1949 - ''[[Wikipedia:Ripley's Believe It Or Not!|Ripley's Believe It Or Not!]]'' debuts on television
* {{wp|1950}} - {{wp|Cold War}}: {{wp|Klaus Fuchs}} is convicted of spying for the {{wp|Soviet Union}} by giving them top secret {{wp|atomic bomb}} data.
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* [[1950]] - [[Wikipedia:Cold War|Cold War]]: [[Wikipedia:Klaus Fuchs|Klaus Fuchs]] is convicted of spying for the [[Soviet Union|Soviet Union]] by giving them top secret [[Wikipedia:atomic bomb|atomic bomb]] data.
* {{wp|1953}} - {{wp|Joseph Stalin}} collapses, having suffered a stroke. He dies four days later.
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* [[1953]] - [[Wikipedia:Joseph Stalin|Joseph Stalin]] collapses, having suffered a stroke. He dies four days later.
* {{wp|1954}} - {{wp|Nuclear testing}}: The {{wp|Castle Bravo}}, a 15-{{wp|megaton}} {{wp|hydrogen bomb}}, is detonated on {{wp|Bikini Atoll}} in the {{wp|Pacific Ocean}}, resulting in the worst {{wp|radioactive contamination}} ever caused by the {{wp|United States}}.
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* [[1954]] - [[Wikipedia:Nuclear testing|Nuclear testing]]: The [[Wikipedia:Castle Bravo|Castle Bravo]], a 15-[[Wikipedia:megaton|megaton]] [[Wikipedia:hydrogen bomb|hydrogen bomb]], is detonated on [[Wikipedia:Bikini Atoll|Bikini Atoll]] in the [[Pacific Ocean|Pacific Ocean]], resulting in the worst [[Wikipedia:radioactive contamination|radioactive contamination]] ever caused by the [[United States|United States]].
* 1954 - {{wp|Puerto Rican}} nationalists attack the {{wp|United States Capitol}} building, injuring five {{wp|United States House of Representatives|Representatives}}. (See {{wp|U.S. Capitol shooting incident (1954)}}.)
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* 1954 - [[Wikipedia:Puerto Rican|Puerto Rican]] nationalists attack the [[Wikipedia:United States Capitol|United States Capitol]] building, injuring five [[Wikipedia:United States House of Representatives|Representatives]]. (See [[Wikipedia:U.S. Capitol shooting incident (1954)|U.S. Capitol shooting incident]].)
* {{wp|1955}} - {{wp|Allen Fieldhouse}} at the {{wp|University of Kansas}} hosts its first college {{wp|basketball}} game.
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* [[1955]] - [[Wikipedia:Allen Fieldhouse|Allen Fieldhouse]] at the [[Wikipedia:University of Kansas|University of Kansas]] hosts its first college [[Wikipedia:basketball|basketball]] game.
* {{wp|1956}} - The {{wp|International Air Transport Association}} finalizes a draft of the {{wp|Radiotelephony spelling alphabet}} for the {{wp|International Civil Aviation Organization}}.
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* [[1956]] - The [[Wikipedia:International Air Transport Association|International Air Transport Association]] finalizes a draft of the [[Wikipedia:Radiotelephony spelling alphabet|Radiotelephony spelling alphabet]] for the [[Wikipedia:International Civil Aviation Organization|International Civil Aviation Organization]].
* {{wp|1958}} - {{wp|Samuel Cardinal Stritch|Samuel Alphonsus Stritch}}, is appointed {{wp|Pro-Prefect}} of the {{wp|Propagation of Faith}} and thus becomes the first {{wp|United States|American}} member of the {{wp|Roman Curia}}.
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* [[1958]] - [[Wikipedia:Samuel Cardinal Stritch|Samuel Alphonsus Stritch]], is appointed [[Wikipedia:Pro-Prefect|Pro-Prefect]] of the [[Wikipedia:Propagation of Faith|Propagation of Faith]] and thus becomes the first [[United States|American]] member of the [[Wikipedia:Roman Curia|Roman Curia]].
* {{wp|1961}} - {{wp|President of the United States}} {{wp|John F. Kennedy}} establishes the {{wp|Peace Corps}}.
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* [[1961]] - [[President of the United States|President of the United States]] [[John F. Kennedy|John F. Kennedy]] establishes the [[Wikipedia:Peace Corps|Peace Corps]].
* 1961 - {{wp|Uganda}} becomes self-governing and holds its first elections.
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* 1961 - [[Wikipedia:Uganda|Uganda]] becomes self-governing and holds its first elections.
* {{wp|1962}} - {{wp|American Airlines Flight 1}} crashes on take off in {{wp|New York}}.
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* [[1962]] - [[Wikipedia:American Airlines Flight 1|American Airlines Flight 1]] crashes on take off in [[New York|New York]].
* {{wp|1966}} - {{wp|Venera 3}} {{wp|Soviet}} {{wp|space probe}} crashes on {{wp|Venus (planet)|Venus}} becoming the first {{wp|spacecraft}} to land on another {{wp|planet}}'s surface.
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* [[1966]] - [[Wikipedia:Venera 3|Venera 3]] [[Wikipedia:Soviet|Soviet]] [[Wikipedia:space probe|space probe]] crashes on [[Wikipedia:Venus (planet)|Venus]] becoming the first [[Wikipedia:spacecraft|spacecraft]] to land on another [[Wikipedia:planet|planet]]'s surface.
* 1966 - The {{wp|Ba'ath Party}} takes power in {{wp|Syria}}.
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* 1966 - The [[Wikipedia:Ba'ath Party|Ba'ath Party]] takes power in [[Wikipedia:Syria|Syria]].
* 1966 - {{wp|Chancellor of the Exchequer}} {{wp|James Callaghan}} confirms the decision to {{wp|Decimal Day|change over}} to {{wp|Decimalisation|decimal}} coinage.
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* 1966 - [[Wikipedia:Chancellor of the Exchequer|Chancellor of the Exchequer]] [[Wikipedia:James Callaghan|James Callaghan]] confirms the decision to [[Wikipedia:Decimal Day|change over]] to [[Wikipedia:Decimalisation|decimal]] coinage.
* {{wp|1969}} - During a performance at {{wp|Miami, Florida|Miami}}'s {{wp|Dinner Key Auditorium}}, {{wp|Jim Morrison}} of {{wp|the Doors}} is arrested for exposing himself during the show.
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* [[1969]] - During a performance at [[Wikipedia:Miami, Florida|Miami]]'s [[Wikipedia:Dinner Key Auditorium|Dinner Key Auditorium]], [[Wikipedia:Jim Morrison|Jim Morrison]] of [[Wikipedia:the Doors|the Doors]] is arrested for exposing himself during the show.
* {{wp|1971}} - A bomb explodes in a men's room in the {{wp|United States Capitol}}: the {{wp|Weatherman (organization)|Weather Underground}} claims responsibility.
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* [[1971]] - A bomb explodes in a men's room in the [[Wikipedia:United States Capitol|United States Capitol]]: the [[Wikipedia:Weatherman (organization)|Weather Underground]] claims responsibility.
* 1971 - {{wp|Pakistan}}i {{wp|President}} {{wp|Yahya Khan}} indefinitely postpones the pending national assembly session, precipitating massive civil disobedience in {{wp|East Pakistan}}.
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* 1971 - [[Wikipedia:Pakistan|Pakistan]]i [[Wikipedia:President|President]] [[Wikipedia:Yahya Khan|Yahya Khan]] indefinitely postpones the pending national assembly session, precipitating massive civil disobedience in [[Wikipedia:East Pakistan|East Pakistan]].
* {{wp|1972}} - The {{wp|Thailand|Thai}} province of {{wp|Yasothon province|Yasothon}} is created after being split off from the {{wp|Ubon Ratchathani province}}.
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* [[1972]] - The [[Wikipedia:Thailand|Thai]] province of [[Wikipedia:Yasothon province|Yasothon]] is created after being split off from the [[Wikipedia:Ubon Ratchathani province|Ubon Ratchathani province]].
* {{wp|1973}} - {{wp|Black September (group)|Black September}} terrorists storm the {{wp|Saudi Arabia|Saudi}} embassy in {{wp|Khartoum}}, {{wp|Sudan}} resulting in the {{wp|Khartoum diplomatic assassinations}}.
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* [[1973]] - [[Wikipedia:Black September (group)|Black September]] terrorists storm the [[Wikipedia:Saudi Arabia|Saudi]] embassy in [[Wikipedia:Khartoum|Khartoum]], [[Wikipedia:Sudan|Sudan]] resulting in the [[Wikipedia:Khartoum diplomatic assassinations|Khartoum diplomatic assassinations]].
* {{wp|1974}} - {{wp|Watergate scandal}}: Seven are indicted for their role in the {{wp|Watergate complex|Watergate}} break-in and charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice.
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* [[1974]] - [[Wikipedia:Watergate scandal|Watergate scandal]]: Seven are indicted for their role in the [[Wikipedia:Watergate complex|Watergate]] break-in and charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice.
* {{wp|1975}} - {{wp|Colour television}} transmissions begin in {{wp|Australia}}.
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* [[1975]] - [[Wikipedia:Colour television|Colour television]] transmissions begin in [[Australia|Australia]].
* {{wp|1976}} - {{wp|Bradford Bishop}} bludgeons his mother, spouse and three children to death and is still at large.
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* [[1976]] - [[Wikipedia:Bradford Bishop|Bradford Bishop]] bludgeons his mother, spouse and three children to death and is still at large.
* {{wp|1978}} - {{wp|Charlie Chaplin}}'s coffin is stolen from a {{wp|Swiss}} cemetery.
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* [[1978]] - [[Wikipedia:Charlie Chaplin|Charlie Chaplin]]'s coffin is stolen from a [[Wikipedia:Swiss|Swiss]] cemetery.
* {{wp|1980}} - {{wp|Voyager 1}} probe confirms that {{wp|Janus (moon)|Janus}} (moon of {{wp|Saturn (planet)|Saturn}}) exists.
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* [[1980]] - [[Wikipedia:Voyager 1|Voyager 1]] probe confirms that [[Wikipedia:Janus (moon)|Janus]] (moon of [[Wikipedia:Saturn (planet)|Saturn]]) exists.
* {{wp|1983}} - {{wp|Swatch}} introduces its first timepieces.
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* [[1983]] - [[Wikipedia:Swatch|Swatch]] introduces its first timepieces.
* {{wp|1989}} - The {{wp|United States}} becomes a member of the {{wp|Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works|Berne Convention}} {{wp|copyright}} {{wp|treaty}}.
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* [[1989]] - The [[United States|United States]] becomes a member of the [[Wikipedia:Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works|Berne Convention]] [[copyright|copyright]] [[Wikipedia:treaty|treaty]].
* {{wp|1990}} - {{wp|Steve Jackson Games}} is raided by the {{wp|United States Secret Service}}, prompting the later formation of the {{wp|Electronic Frontier Foundation}}.
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* [[1990]] - [[Wikipedia:Steve Jackson Games|Steve Jackson Games]] is raided by the [[Wikipedia:United States Secret Service|United States Secret Service]], prompting the later formation of the [[Wikipedia:Electronic Frontier Foundation|Electronic Frontier Foundation]].
* {{wp|1992}} - {{wp|Bosnia and Herzegovina}} declares its independence from {{wp|Yugoslavia}}.
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* [[1992]] - [[Wikipedia:Bosnia and Herzegovina|Bosnia and Herzegovina]] declares its independence from [[Wikipedia:Yugoslavia|Yugoslavia]].
* {{wp|1995}} - {{wp|Poland|Polish}} {{wp|Prime Minister}} {{wp|Waldemar Pawlak}} resigns from {{wp|parliament}} and is replaced by ex-{{wp|communist}} {{wp|Józef Oleksy}}.
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* [[1995]] - [[Poland|Polish]] [[Wikipedia:Prime Minister|Prime Minister]] [[Wikipedia:Waldemar Pawlak|Waldemar Pawlak]] resigns from [[Wikipedia:parliament|parliament]] and is replaced by ex-[[Wikipedia:communist|communist]] [[Wikipedia:Józef Oleksy|Józef Oleksy]].
* {{wp|2000}} - The {{wp|Constitution of Finland}} is rewritten.
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* [[2000]] - The [[Wikipedia:Constitution of Finland|Constitution of Finland]] is rewritten.
* 2000 - {{wp|Hans Blix}} assumes the position of Executive {{wp|Chairman}} of {{wp|UNMOVIC}}.
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* 2000 - [[Wikipedia:Hans Blix|Hans Blix]] assumes the position of Executive [[Wikipedia:Chairman|Chairman]] of [[Wikipedia:UNMOVIC|UNMOVIC]].
* {{wp|2002}} - {{wp|War in Afghanistan (2001–present)|U.S. invasion of Afghanistan}}: {{wp|Operation Anaconda}} begins in eastern {{wp|Afghanistan}}.
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* [[2002]] - [[Wikipedia:War in Afghanistan (2001–present)|U.S. invasion of Afghanistan]]: [[Wikipedia:Operation Anaconda|Operation Anaconda]] begins in eastern [[Wikipedia:Afghanistan|Afghanistan]].
* 2002 - The {{wp|Envisat}} {{wp|environmental satellite}} successfully reaches an orbit 800 kilometers (500 miles) above the {{wp|Earth}} on its 11th launch, carrying the heaviest {{wp|Payload (air and space craft)|payload}} to date at 8500 kilograms (9.5 tons).
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* 2002 - The [[Wikipedia:Envisat|Envisat]] [[Wikipedia:environmental satellite|environmental satellite]] successfully reaches an orbit 800 kilometers (500 miles) above the [[Wikipedia:Earth|Earth]] on its 11th launch, carrying the heaviest [[Wikipedia:Payload (air and space craft)|payload]] to date at 8500 kilograms (9.5 tons).
* 2002 - The {{wp|Peseta}} is discontinued as official {{wp|currency}} of {{wp|Spain}} and is replaced with the {{wp|euro}} (€).
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* 2002 - The [[Wikipedia:Peseta|Peseta]] is discontinued as official [[Wikipedia:currency|currency]] of [[Spain|Spain]] and is replaced with the [[Wikipedia:euro|euro]] (€).
* {{wp|2003}} - Management of the {{wp|United States Customs Service}} and the {{wp|United States Secret Service}} move to the {{wp|United States Department of Homeland Security}}.
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* [[2003]] - Management of the [[Wikipedia:United States Customs Service|United States Customs Service]] and the [[Wikipedia:United States Secret Service|United States Secret Service]] move to the [[Wikipedia:United States Department of Homeland Security|United States Department of Homeland Security]].
* {{wp|2004}} - {{wp|Terry Nichols}} is convicted of state murder charges and being an accomplice to {{wp|Oklahoma City bombing|Oklahoma City bomber}} {{wp|Timothy McVeigh}}.
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* [[2004]] - [[Wikipedia:Terry Nichols|Terry Nichols]] is convicted of state murder charges and being an accomplice to [[Wikipedia:Oklahoma City bombing|Oklahoma City bomber]] [[Wikipedia:Timothy McVeigh|Timothy McVeigh]].
* 2004 - {{wp|Punycode}} adopted by the national registrars of {{wp|Germany}}, {{wp|Austria}} and {{wp|Switzerland}}.
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* 2004 - [[Wikipedia:Punycode|Punycode]] adopted by the national registrars of [[Germany|Germany]], [[Austria|Austria]] and [[Switzerland|Switzerland]].
* 2004 - {{wp|Mohammed Bahr al-Uloum}} becomes {{wp|President}} of {{wp|Iraq}}.
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* 2004 - [[Wikipedia:Mohammed Bahr al-Uloum|Mohammed Bahr al-Uloum]] becomes [[Wikipedia:President|President]] of [[Wikipedia:Iraq|Iraq]].
* {{wp|2005}} - {{wp|Absinthe}} was officially re-legalized in {{wp|Switzerland}}.
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* [[2005]] - [[Wikipedia:Absinthe|Absinthe]] was officially re-legalized in [[Switzerland|Switzerland]].
* {{wp|2006}} - {{wp|Tarja Halonen}} is inaugurated as {{wp|President of Finland}} for the second and last time.
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* [[2006]] - [[Wikipedia:Tarja Halonen|Tarja Halonen]] is inaugurated as [[Wikipedia:President of Finland|President of Finland]] for the second and last time.
* 2006 - Queen {{wp|Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom|Elizabeth II}} officially opens the new debating chamber for the {{wp|National Assembly for Wales}} in {{wp|Cardiff}}, a milestone in {{wp|devolution}}.
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* 2006 - Queen [[Wikipedia:Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom|Elizabeth II]] officially opens the new debating chamber for the [[Wikipedia:National Assembly for Wales|National Assembly for Wales]] in [[Wikipedia:Cardiff|Cardiff]], a milestone in [[Wikipedia:devolution|devolution]].
* 2006 - The first confirmed case of {{wp|H5N1}} bird flu virus in {{wp|Switzerland}}, a dead swan on {{wp|Lake Geneva}}, near the city of {{wp|Geneva}}.
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* 2006 - The first confirmed case of [[Wikipedia:H5N1|H5N1]] bird flu virus in [[Switzerland|Switzerland]], a dead swan on [[Wikipedia:Lake Geneva|Lake Geneva]], near the city of [[Wikipedia:Geneva|Geneva]].
* 2006 - {{wp|English language|English-language}} {{wp|Wikipedia}} reaches its one millionth article, {{wp|Jordanhill railway station}}.
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* 2006 - [[English language|English-language]] [[Wikipedia|Wikipedia]] reaches its one millionth article, [[Wikipedia:Jordanhill railway station|Jordanhill railway station]].
* {{wp|2007}} - {{wp|Tornado}}es {{wp|February-March 2007 Tornado Outbreak|swarm across}} the {{wp|southern United States}}, killing at least 20; eight of the deaths were at {{wp|Enterprise High School (Alabama)|a high school}} in {{wp|Enterprise, Alabama|Enterprise}}, {{wp|Alabama}}.
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* [[2007]] - [[Wikipedia:Tornado|Tornado]]es [[Wikipedia:February-March 2007 Tornado Outbreak|swarm across]] the [[Wikipedia:southern United States|southern United States]], killing at least 20; eight of the deaths were at [[Wikipedia:Enterprise High School (Alabama)|a high school]] in [[Wikipedia:Enterprise, Alabama|Enterprise]], [[Alabama|Alabama]].
* {{wp|2007}} - {{wp|Squatting|"Squatters"}} are {{wp|evict}}ed from {{wp|Ungdomshuset}} in {{wp|Copenhagen}}, {{wp|Denmark}}, provoking the {{wp|March 2007 Denmark Riots}}.
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* [[2007]] - [[Wikipedia:Squatting|"Squatters"]] are [[Wikipedia:evict|evict]]ed from [[Wikipedia:Ungdomshuset|Ungdomshuset]] in [[Wikipedia:Copenhagen|Copenhagen]], [[Denmark|Denmark]], provoking the [[Wikipedia:March 2007 Denmark Riots|March 2007 Denmark Riots]].
* 2007 – 171 {{wp|Switzerland|Swiss}} soldiers inadvertently invade {{wp|Liechtenstein}}.
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* 2007 – 171 [[Switzerland|Swiss]] soldiers inadvertently invade [[Wikipedia:Liechtenstein|Liechtenstein]].
   
 
== Births ==
 
== Births ==
* {{wp|1432}} - {{wp|Isabel of Coimbra}}, queen of Portugal (d. {{wp|1455}})
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* [[1432]] - [[Wikipedia:Isabel of Coimbra|Isabel of Coimbra]], queen of Portugal (d. [[1455]])
* {{wp|1445}} - {{wp|Sandro Botticelli}}, Italian painter (d. {{wp|1510}})
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* [[1445]] - [[Wikipedia:Sandro Botticelli|Sandro Botticelli]], Italian painter (d. [[1510]])
* {{wp|1456}} - King {{wp|Ladislaus II of Bohemia and Hungary}} (d. {{wp|1516}})
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* [[1456]] - King [[Wikipedia:Ladislaus II of Bohemia and Hungary|Ladislaus II of Bohemia and Hungary]] (d. [[1516]])
* {{wp|1474}} - {{wp|Angela Merici}}, Italian nun (d. {{wp|1540}})
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* [[1474]] - [[Wikipedia:Angela Merici|Angela Merici]], Italian nun (d. [[1540]])
* {{wp|1547}} - {{wp|Rudolph Goclenius}}, German philosopher (d. {{wp|1628}})
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* [[1547]] - [[Wikipedia:Rudolph Goclenius|Rudolph Goclenius]], German philosopher (d. [[1628]])
* {{wp|1597}} - {{wp|Jean-Charles de la Faille}}, Belgian mathematician (d. {{wp|1652}})
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* [[1597]] - [[Wikipedia:Jean-Charles de la Faille|Jean-Charles de la Faille]], Belgian mathematician (d. [[1652]])
* {{wp|1610}} - {{wp|John Pell}}, English mathematician (d. {{wp|1685}})
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* [[1610]] - [[Wikipedia:John Pell|John Pell]], English mathematician (d. [[1685]])
* {{wp|1657}} - {{wp|Samuel Werenfels}}, Swiss theologian (d. {{wp|1740}})
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* [[1657]] - [[Wikipedia:Samuel Werenfels|Samuel Werenfels]], Swiss theologian (d. [[1740]])
* {{wp|1683}} - {{wp|Caroline of Ansbach}}, wife of {{wp|George II of Great Britain}} (d. {{wp|1737}})
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* [[1683]] - [[Wikipedia:Caroline of Ansbach|Caroline of Ansbach]], wife of [[George II of Great Britain]] (d. [[1737]])
* {{wp|1732}} - {{wp|William Cushing}}, 2nd {{wp|Chief Justice of the United States}}. (d. {{wp|1810}})
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* [[1732]] - [[Wikipedia:William Cushing|William Cushing]], 2nd [[Wikipedia:Chief Justice of the United States|Chief Justice of the United States]]. (d. [[1810]])
* {{wp|1760}} - {{wp|François Nicolas Leonard Buzot}}, French revolutionary (d. {{wp|1794}})
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* [[1760]] - [[Wikipedia:François Nicolas Leonard Buzot|François Nicolas Leonard Buzot]], French revolutionary (d. [[1794]])
* {{wp|1769}} - {{wp|François Séverin Marceau-Desgraviers}}, French general (d. {{wp|1796}})
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* [[1769]] - [[Wikipedia:François Séverin Marceau-Desgraviers|François Séverin Marceau-Desgraviers]], French general (d. [[1796]])
* {{wp|1807}} - {{wp|Wilford Woodruff}}, fourth president of {{wp|The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints}} (d. {{wp|1898}})
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* [[1807]] - [[Wikipedia:Wilford Woodruff|Wilford Woodruff]], fourth president of [[The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]] (d. [[1898]])
* {{wp|1810}} - {{wp|Frédéric Chopin}}, Polish-French composer and pianist (d. {{wp|1849}})
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* [[1810]] - [[Wikipedia:Frédéric Chopin|Frédéric Chopin]], Polish-French composer and pianist (d. [[1849]])
* {{wp|1812}} - {{wp|Augustus Pugin}}, English-born architect (d. {{wp|1852}})
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* [[1812]] - [[Wikipedia:Augustus Pugin|Augustus Pugin]], English-born architect (d. [[1852]])
* {{wp|1817}} - {{wp|Giovanni Duprè}}, Italian sculptor (d. {{wp|1882}})
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* [[1817]] - [[Wikipedia:Giovanni Duprè|Giovanni Duprè]], Italian sculptor (d. [[1882]])
* {{wp|1821}} - {{wp|Joseph Hubert Reinkens}}, German Catholic bishop (d. {{wp|1896}})
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* [[1821]] - [[Wikipedia:Joseph Hubert Reinkens|Joseph Hubert Reinkens]], German Catholic bishop (d. [[1896]])
* {{wp|1837}} - {{wp|William Dean Howells}}, American writer, historian, and politician (d. {{wp|1920}})
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* [[1837]] - [[Wikipedia:William Dean Howells|William Dean Howells]], American writer, historian, and politician (d. [[1920]])
* {{wp|1842}} - {{wp|Nicholaos Gysis}}, Greek painter (d. {{wp|1901}})
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* [[1842]] - [[Wikipedia:Nicholaos Gysis|Nicholaos Gysis]], Greek painter (d. [[1901]])
* {{wp|1848}} - {{wp|Augustus Saint-Gaudens}}, Irish-born American sculptor (d. {{wp|1907}})
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* [[1848]] - [[Wikipedia:Augustus Saint-Gaudens|Augustus Saint-Gaudens]], Irish-born American sculptor (d. [[1907]])
* {{wp|1852}} - {{wp|Théophile Delcassé}}, French statesman (d. {{wp|1923}})
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* [[1852]] - [[Wikipedia:Théophile Delcassé|Théophile Delcassé]], French statesman (d. [[1923]])
* {{wp|1858}} - {{wp|Georg Simmel}}, German sociologist and philosopher (d. {{wp|1918}})
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* [[1858]] - [[Wikipedia:Georg Simmel|Georg Simmel]], German sociologist and philosopher (d. [[1918]])
* {{wp|1863}} - {{wp|Alexander Golovin}}, Russian painter (d. {{wp|1930}})
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* [[1863]] - [[Wikipedia:Alexander Golovin|Alexander Golovin]], Russian painter (d. [[1930]])
* {{wp|1865}} - {{wp|Abe Iso}}, Japanese politician (d. {{wp|1949}})
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* [[1865]] - [[Wikipedia:Abe Iso|Abe Iso]], Japanese politician (d. [[1949]])
* {{wp|1871}} - {{wp|Ben Harney}}, American composer and ragtime pianist (d. {{wp|1938}})
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* [[1871]] - [[Wikipedia:Ben Harney|Ben Harney]], American composer and ragtime pianist (d. [[1938]])
* {{wp|1876}} - {{wp|Henri de Baillet-Latour}}, Belgian {{wp|International Olympic Committee|IOC}} president (d. {{wp|1942}})
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* [[1876]] - [[Wikipedia:Henri de Baillet-Latour|Henri de Baillet-Latour]], Belgian [[Wikipedia:International Olympic Committee|IOC]] president (d. [[1942]])
* {{wp|1880}} - {{wp|Giles Lytton Strachey}} British writer (d. {{wp|1932}})
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* [[1880]] - [[Wikipedia:Giles Lytton Strachey|Giles Lytton Strachey]] British writer (d. [[1932]])
* {{wp|1886}} - {{wp|Oskar Kokoschka}}, Austrian painter and poet (d. {{wp|1980}})
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* [[1886]] - [[Wikipedia:Oskar Kokoschka|Oskar Kokoschka]], Austrian painter and poet (d. [[1980]])
* {{wp|1888}} - {{wp|Ewart Astill}}, English cricketer (d. {{wp|1948}})
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* [[1888]] - [[Wikipedia:Ewart Astill|Ewart Astill]], English cricketer (d. [[1948]])
* {{wp|1889}} - {{wp|Watsuji Tetsuro}}, Japanese philosopher (d. {{wp|1960}})
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* [[1889]] - [[Wikipedia:Watsuji Tetsuro|Watsuji Tetsuro]], Japanese philosopher (d. [[1960]])
* {{wp|1892}} - {{wp|Ryūnosuke Akutagawa}}, Japanese writer (d. {{wp|1927}})
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* [[1892]] - [[Wikipedia:Ryūnosuke Akutagawa|Ryūnosuke Akutagawa]], Japanese writer (d. [[1927]])
* {{wp|1893}} - {{wp|Mercedes de Acosta}}, American socialite (d. {{wp|1968}})
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* [[1893]] - [[Wikipedia:Mercedes de Acosta|Mercedes de Acosta]], American socialite (d. [[1968]])
* {{wp|1896}} - {{wp|Dimitris Mitropoulos}}, Greek conductor and composer (d. {{wp|1960}})
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* [[1896]] - [[Wikipedia:Dimitris Mitropoulos|Dimitris Mitropoulos]], Greek conductor and composer (d. [[1960]])
* 1896 - {{wp|Moriz Seeler}}, German writer and producer (d. {{wp|1942}})
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* 1896 - [[Wikipedia:Moriz Seeler|Moriz Seeler]], German writer and producer (d. [[1942]])
* {{wp|1899}} - {{wp|Erich von dem Bach}}, Nazi official (d. {{wp|1972}})
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* [[1899]] - [[Wikipedia:Erich von dem Bach|Erich von dem Bach]], Nazi official (d. [[1972]])
* {{wp|1904}} - {{wp|Paul Hartman}}, American actor (d. {{wp|1973}})
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* [[1904]] - [[Wikipedia:Paul Hartman|Paul Hartman]], American actor (d. [[1973]])
* 1904 - {{wp|Glenn Miller}}, American bandleader (d. {{wp|1944}})
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* 1904 - [[Wikipedia:Glenn Miller|Glenn Miller]], American bandleader (d. [[1944]])
* {{wp|1910}} - {{wp|Archer John Porter Martin}}, English chemist, {{wp|Nobel Prize in Chemistry|Nobel laureate}} (d. {{wp|2002}})
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* [[1910]] - [[Wikipedia:Archer John Porter Martin|Archer John Porter Martin]], English chemist, [[Wikipedia:Nobel Prize in Chemistry|Nobel laureate]] (d. [[2002]])
* 1910 - {{wp|David Niven}}, English actor (d. {{wp|1983}})
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* 1910 - [[Wikipedia:David Niven|David Niven]], English actor (d. [[1983]])
* {{wp|1912}} - {{wp|Gerald Emmett Cardinal Carter}}, archbishop of Toronto (d. {{wp|2003}})
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* [[1912]] - [[Wikipedia:Gerald Emmett Cardinal Carter|Gerald Emmett Cardinal Carter]], archbishop of Toronto (d. [[2003]])
* {{wp|1914}} - {{wp|Harry Caray}}, American sportscaster (d. {{wp|1998}})
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* [[1914]] - [[Wikipedia:Harry Caray|Harry Caray]], American sportscaster (d. [[1998]])
* 1914 - {{wp|Ralph Ellison}}, American writer (d. {{wp|1994}})
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* 1914 - [[Wikipedia:Ralph Ellison|Ralph Ellison]], American writer (d. [[1994]])
* {{wp|1917}} - {{wp|Robert Lowell}}, American poet (d. {{wp|1977}})
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* [[1917]] - [[Wikipedia:Robert Lowell|Robert Lowell]], American poet (d. [[1977]])
* {{wp|1918}} - {{wp|Roger Delgado}}, English actor (d. {{wp|1973}})
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* [[1918]] - [[Wikipedia:Roger Delgado|Roger Delgado]], English actor (d. [[1973]])
* 1918 - {{wp|João Goulart}}, {{wp|President of Brazil}} (d. {{wp|1976}})
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* 1918 - [[Wikipedia:João Goulart|João Goulart]], [[Wikipedia:President of Brazil|President of Brazil]] (d. [[1976]])
* 1918 - {{wp|Gladys Noon Spellman}}, American politician (d. {{wp|1988}})
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* 1918 - [[Wikipedia:Gladys Noon Spellman|Gladys Noon Spellman]], American politician (d. [[1988]])
* {{wp|1920}} - {{wp|Howard Nemerov}}, American poet (d. {{wp|1991}})
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* [[1920]] - [[Wikipedia:Howard Nemerov|Howard Nemerov]], American poet (d. [[1991]])
* 1920 - {{wp|Max Bentley}}, Canadian ice hockey player (d. {{wp|1984}})
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* 1920 - [[Wikipedia:Max Bentley|Max Bentley]], Canadian ice hockey player (d. [[1984]])
* {{wp|1921}} - {{wp|Terence Cardinal Cooke}}, American Catholic archbishop (d. {{wp|1983}})
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* [[1921]] - [[Wikipedia:Terence Cardinal Cooke|Terence Cardinal Cooke]], American Catholic archbishop (d. [[1983]])
* 1921 - {{wp|Richard Wilbur}}, American poet
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* 1921 - [[Wikipedia:Richard Wilbur|Richard Wilbur]], American poet
* {{wp|1922}} - {{wp|William Gaines}}, American publisher (d. {{wp|1992}})
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* [[1922]] - [[Wikipedia:William Gaines|William Gaines]], American publisher (d. [[1992]])
* 1922 - {{wp|Yitzhak Rabin}}, {{wp|Prime Minister of Israel}}, recipient of the {{wp|Nobel Peace Prize}} (d. {{wp|1995}})
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* 1922 - [[Wikipedia:Yitzhak Rabin|Yitzhak Rabin]], [[Wikipedia:Prime Minister of Israel|Prime Minister of Israel]], recipient of the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] (d. [[1995]])
* {{wp|1923}} - {{wp|Kuczka Péter}}, Hungarian writer and editor (d. {{wp|1999}})
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* [[1923]] - [[Wikipedia:Kuczka Péter|Kuczka Péter]], Hungarian writer and editor (d. [[1999]])
* {{wp|1924}} - {{wp|Deke Slayton}}, American astronaut (d. {{wp|1993}})
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* [[1924]] - [[Wikipedia:Deke Slayton|Deke Slayton]], American astronaut (d. [[1993]])
* {{wp|1926}} - {{wp|Robert Clary}}, French-born actor
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* [[1926]] - [[Wikipedia:Robert Clary|Robert Clary]], French-born actor
* 1926 - {{wp|Pete Rozelle}}, American commissioner of the {{wp|National Football League|NFL}} (d. {{wp|1996}})
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* 1926 - [[Wikipedia:Pete Rozelle|Pete Rozelle]], American commissioner of the [[Wikipedia:National Football League|NFL]] (d. [[1996]])
* 1926 - {{wp|Cesare Danova}}, Italian-born American actor (d. {{wp|1992}})
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* 1926 - [[Wikipedia:Cesare Danova|Cesare Danova]], Italian-born American actor (d. [[1992]])
* {{wp|1927}} - {{wp|Harry Belafonte}}, American musician and activist
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* [[1927]] - [[Wikipedia:Harry Belafonte|Harry Belafonte]], American musician and activist
* 1927 - {{wp|Robert Bork}}, American legal scholar
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* 1927 - [[Wikipedia:Robert Bork|Robert Bork]], American legal scholar
* {{wp|1928}} - {{wp|Seymour Papert}}, South African mathematician
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* [[1928]] - [[Wikipedia:Seymour Papert|Seymour Papert]], South African mathematician
* 1928 - {{wp|Jacques Rivette}}, French film director
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* 1928 - [[Wikipedia:Jacques Rivette|Jacques Rivette]], French film director
* {{wp|1929}} - {{wp|Georgi Markov}}, Bulgarian dissident (d. {{wp|1978}})
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* [[1929]] - [[Wikipedia:Georgi Markov|Georgi Markov]], Bulgarian dissident (d. [[1978]])
* {{wp|1930}} - {{wp|Gastone Nencini}}, Italian cyclist (d. {{wp|1980}})
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* [[1930]] - [[Wikipedia:Gastone Nencini|Gastone Nencini]], Italian cyclist (d. [[1980]])
* {{wp|1935}} - {{wp|Robert Conrad}}, American actor
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* [[1935]] - [[Wikipedia:Robert Conrad|Robert Conrad]], American actor
* {{wp|1936}} - {{wp|Monique Bégin}}, French-Canadian politician
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* [[1936]] - [[Wikipedia:Monique Bégin|Monique Bégin]], French-Canadian politician
* 1936 - {{wp|Jean-Edern Hallier}}, French author (d. {{wp|1997}})
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* 1936 - [[Wikipedia:Jean-Edern Hallier|Jean-Edern Hallier]], French author (d. [[1997]])
* {{wp|1937}} - {{wp|Jed Allan}}, American actor
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* [[1937]] - [[Wikipedia:Jed Allan|Jed Allan]], American actor
* {{wp|1939}} - {{wp|Leo Brouwer}}, Cuban composer and guitarist
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* [[1939]] - [[Wikipedia:Leo Brouwer|Leo Brouwer]], Cuban composer and guitarist
* {{wp|1940}} - {{wp|Robert Grossman}}, American illustrator
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* [[1940]] - [[Wikipedia:Robert Grossman|Robert Grossman]], American illustrator
* {{wp|1942}} - {{wp|Richard Bowman Myers}}, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
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* [[1942]] - [[Wikipedia:Richard Bowman Myers|Richard Bowman Myers]], Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
* {{wp|1943}} - {{wp|Gil Amelio}}, American venture capitalist
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* [[1943]] - [[Wikipedia:Gil Amelio|Gil Amelio]], American venture capitalist
* 1943 - {{wp|Akinori Nakayama}}, Japanese gymnast
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* 1943 - [[Wikipedia:Akinori Nakayama|Akinori Nakayama]], Japanese gymnast
* 1943 - {{wp|Richard H. Price}}, American physicist
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* 1943 - [[Wikipedia:Richard H. Price|Richard H. Price]], American physicist
* 1943 - {{wp|Rashid Sunyaev}}, Russian physicist
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* 1943 - [[Wikipedia:Rashid Sunyaev|Rashid Sunyaev]], Russian physicist
* 1943 - {{wp|José Ángel Iribar}}, Spanish footballer
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* 1943 - [[Wikipedia:José Ángel Iribar|José Ángel Iribar]], Spanish footballer
* {{wp|1944}} - {{wp|John Breaux}}, U.S. Senator from Louisiana
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* [[1944]] - [[Wikipedia:John Breaux|John Breaux]], U.S. Senator from Louisiana
* 1944 - {{wp|Mike d'Abo}}, English singer ({{wp|Manfred Mann}})
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* 1944 - [[Wikipedia:Mike d'Abo|Mike d'Abo]], English singer ([[Wikipedia:Manfred Mann|Manfred Mann]])
* 1944 - {{wp|Roger Daltrey}}, English musician ({{wp|The Who}})
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* 1944 - [[Wikipedia:Roger Daltrey|Roger Daltrey]], English musician ([[Wikipedia:The Who|The Who]])
* {{wp|1945}} - {{wp|Dirk Benedict}}, American actor
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* [[1945]] - [[Wikipedia:Dirk Benedict|Dirk Benedict]], American actor
* {{wp|1946}} - {{wp|Lana Wood}}, American actress
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* [[1946]] - [[Wikipedia:Lana Wood|Lana Wood]], American actress
* 1946 - {{wp|Gerry Boulet}}, French-Canadian singer (d. {{wp|1990}})
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* 1946 - [[Wikipedia:Gerry Boulet|Gerry Boulet]], French-Canadian singer (d. [[1990]])
* 1946 - {{wp|Elvin Bethea}}, American football player
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* 1946 - [[Wikipedia:Elvin Bethea|Elvin Bethea]], American football player
* {{wp|1947}} - {{wp|Alan Thicke}}, Canadian actor and songwriter
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* [[1947]] - [[Wikipedia:Alan Thicke|Alan Thicke]], Canadian actor and songwriter
* {{wp|1948}} - {{wp|Burning Spear}}, Jamaican singer and musician
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* [[1948]] - [[Wikipedia:Burning Spear|Burning Spear]], Jamaican singer and musician
* {{wp|1952}} - {{wp|Steven Barnes}}, American writer
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* [[1952]] - [[Wikipedia:Steven Barnes|Steven Barnes]], American writer
* 1952 - {{wp|Leigh Matthews}}, Australian rules footballer
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* 1952 - [[Wikipedia:Leigh Matthews|Leigh Matthews]], Australian rules footballer
* 1952 - {{wp|Martin O'Neill}}, Northern Irish footballer and manager
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* 1952 - [[Wikipedia:Martin O'Neill|Martin O'Neill]], Northern Irish footballer and manager
* {{wp|1953}} - {{wp|Richard Bruton}}, Irish politician and economist
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* [[1953]] - [[Wikipedia:Richard Bruton|Richard Bruton]], Irish politician and economist
* {{wp|1954}} - {{wp|Catherine Bach}}, American actress
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* [[1954]] - [[Wikipedia:Catherine Bach|Catherine Bach]], American actress
* 1954 - {{wp|Ron Howard (American director)|Ron Howard}}, American actor and director
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* 1954 - [[Wikipedia:Ron Howard (American director)|Ron Howard]], American actor and director
* {{wp|1956}} - {{wp|Timothy Daly}}, American actor
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* [[1956]] - [[Wikipedia:Timothy Daly|Timothy Daly]], American actor
* {{wp|1958}} - {{wp|Bertrand Piccard}}, Swiss balloonist and psychiatrist
+
* [[1958]] - [[Wikipedia:Bertrand Piccard|Bertrand Piccard]], Swiss balloonist and psychiatrist
* 1958 - {{wp|Chosei Komatsu}}, Japanese conductor
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* 1958 - [[Wikipedia:Chosei Komatsu|Chosei Komatsu]], Japanese conductor
* {{wp|1960}} - {{wp|William Bennett (noise musician)|William Bennett}}, English musician ({{wp|Whitehouse (band)|Whitehouse}})
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* [[1960]] - [[Wikipedia:William Bennett (noise musician)|William Bennett]], English musician ([[Wikipedia:Whitehouse (band)|Whitehouse]])
* {{wp|1963}} - {{wp|Rob Affuso}}, American drummer
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* [[1963]] - [[Wikipedia:Rob Affuso|Rob Affuso]], American drummer
* 1963 - {{wp|Thomas Anders}}, German singer ({{wp|Modern Talking}})
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* 1963 - [[Wikipedia:Thomas Anders|Thomas Anders]], German singer ([[Wikipedia:Modern Talking|Modern Talking]])
* 1963 - {{wp|Ron Francis}}, Canadian ice hockey player
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* 1963 - [[Wikipedia:Ron Francis|Ron Francis]], Canadian ice hockey player
* 1963 - {{wp|Dan Michaels}}, American musician and record producer
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* 1963 - [[Wikipedia:Dan Michaels|Dan Michaels]], American musician and record producer
* {{wp|1964}} - {{wp|Paul Le Guen}}, French football manager
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* [[1964]] - [[Wikipedia:Paul Le Guen|Paul Le Guen]], French football manager
* 1964 - {{wp|Clinton Gregory}}, American musician
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* 1964 - [[Wikipedia:Clinton Gregory|Clinton Gregory]], American musician
* {{wp|1965}} - {{wp|Stewart Elliott}}, Canadian jockey
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* [[1965]] - [[Wikipedia:Stewart Elliott|Stewart Elliott]], Canadian jockey
* 1965 - {{wp|Booker Huffman}}, American professional wrestler
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* 1965 - [[Wikipedia:Booker Huffman|Booker Huffman]], American professional wrestler
* 1965 - {{wp|Mary Lou Lord}}, American singer/songwriter
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* 1965 - [[Wikipedia:Mary Lou Lord|Mary Lou Lord]], American singer/songwriter
* {{wp|1966}} - {{wp|Susan Auch}}, Canadian speed-skater
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* [[1966]] - [[Wikipedia:Susan Auch|Susan Auch]], Canadian speed-skater
* {{wp|1967}} - {{wp|Yelena Afanasyeva}}, Russian athlete
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* [[1967]] - [[Wikipedia:Yelena Afanasyeva|Yelena Afanasyeva]], Russian athlete
* 1967 - {{wp|George Eads}}, American actor
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* 1967 - [[Wikipedia:George Eads|George Eads]], American actor
* 1967 - {{wp|Aron Winter}}, Dutch footballer
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* 1967 - [[Wikipedia:Aron Winter|Aron Winter]], Dutch footballer
* {{wp|1969}} - {{wp|Javier Bardem}}, Spanish actor
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* [[1969]] - [[Wikipedia:Javier Bardem|Javier Bardem]], Spanish actor
* 1969 - {{wp|Doug Creek}}, American baseball player
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* 1969 - [[Wikipedia:Doug Creek|Doug Creek]], American baseball player
* 1969 - {{wp|Dafydd Ieuan}}, Welsh drummer ({{wp|Super Furry Animals}})
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* 1969 - [[Wikipedia:Dafydd Ieuan|Dafydd Ieuan]], Welsh drummer ([[Wikipedia:Super Furry Animals|Super Furry Animals]])
* {{wp|1971}} - {{wp|Tyler Hamilton}}, American cyclist
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* [[1971]] - [[Wikipedia:Tyler Hamilton|Tyler Hamilton]], American cyclist
* {{wp|1973}} - {{wp|Ryan Peake}}, Canadian guitarist ({{wp|Nickelback}})
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* [[1973]] - [[Wikipedia:Ryan Peake|Ryan Peake]], Canadian guitarist ([[Wikipedia:Nickelback|Nickelback]])
* 1973 - {{wp|Carlo Resoort}}, Dutch DJ
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* 1973 - [[Wikipedia:Carlo Resoort|Carlo Resoort]], Dutch DJ
* 1973 - {{wp|Chris Webber}}, American basketball player
+
* 1973 - [[Wikipedia:Chris Webber|Chris Webber]], American basketball player
* {{wp|1974}} - {{wp|Mark-Paul Gosselaar}}, American actor
+
* [[1974]] - [[Wikipedia:Mark-Paul Gosselaar|Mark-Paul Gosselaar]], American actor
* {{wp|1974}} - {{wp|Stephen Davis (American football)|Stephen Davis}}, American football player
+
* [[1974]] - [[Wikipedia:Stephen Davis (American football)|Stephen Davis]], American football player
* {{wp|1976}} - {{wp|Peter F. Bell}}, Australian rules footballer
+
* [[1976]] - [[Wikipedia:Peter F. Bell|Peter F. Bell]], Australian rules footballer
* {{wp|1977}} - {{wp|Rens Blom}}, Dutch athlete
+
* [[1977]] - [[Wikipedia:Rens Blom|Rens Blom]], Dutch athlete
* 1977 - {{wp|Esther Cañadas}}, Spanish actress and supermodel
+
* 1977 - [[Wikipedia:Esther Cañadas|Esther Cañadas]], Spanish actress and supermodel
* {{wp|1978}} - {{wp|Jensen Ackles}}, American actor
+
* [[1978]] - [[Wikipedia:Jensen Ackles|Jensen Ackles]], American actor
* 1978 - {{wp|Donovan Patton}}, Guamanian television star
+
* 1978 - [[Wikipedia:Donovan Patton|Donovan Patton]], Guamanian television star
* 1978 - {{wp|Alicia Leigh Willis}}, American actress
+
* 1978 - [[Wikipedia:Alicia Leigh Willis|Alicia Leigh Willis]], American actress
* {{wp|1980}} - {{wp|Shahid Afridi}}, Pakistani cricketer
+
* [[1980]] - [[Wikipedia:Shahid Afridi|Shahid Afridi]], Pakistani cricketer
* 1980 - {{wp|Abdur Rehman}}, Pakistani cricketer
+
* 1980 - [[Wikipedia:Abdur Rehman|Abdur Rehman]], Pakistani cricketer
* 1980 - {{wp|Djimi Traoré}}, Malian footballer
+
* 1980 - [[Wikipedia:Djimi Traoré|Djimi Traoré]], Malian footballer
* {{wp|1981}} - {{wp|Ana Hickmann}}, Brazilian supermodel
+
* [[1981]] - [[Wikipedia:Ana Hickmann|Ana Hickmann]], Brazilian supermodel
* 1981 - {{wp|Adam LaVorgna}}, American actor
+
* 1981 - [[Wikipedia:Adam LaVorgna|Adam LaVorgna]], American actor
* 1981 - {{wp|Brad Winchester}}, American ice hockey player
+
* 1981 - [[Wikipedia:Brad Winchester|Brad Winchester]], American ice hockey player
* 1981 - {{wp|Will Power}}, Australian racing driver
+
* 1981 - [[Wikipedia:Will Power|Will Power]], Australian racing driver
* {{wp|1983}} - {{wp|Daniel Carvalho da Silva|Daniel Carvalho}}, Brazilian footballer
+
* [[1983]] - [[Wikipedia:Daniel Carvalho da Silva|Daniel Carvalho]], Brazilian footballer
* 1983 - {{wp|Elan Sara DeFan}}, Mexican singer-songwriter
+
* 1983 - [[Wikipedia:Elan Sara DeFan|Elan Sara DeFan]], Mexican singer-songwriter
* 1983 - {{wp|Chris Hackett}}, English footballer
+
* 1983 - [[Wikipedia:Chris Hackett|Chris Hackett]], English footballer
* 1983 - {{wp|Blake Hawksworth}}, Canadian baseball player
+
* 1983 - [[Wikipedia:Blake Hawksworth|Blake Hawksworth]], Canadian baseball player
* {{wp|1984}} - {{wp|Naima Mora}}, American model
+
* [[1984]] - [[Wikipedia:Naima Mora|Naima Mora]], American model
* 1984 - {{wp|Alexander Steen}}, Canadian-born Swedish hockey player
+
* 1984 - [[Wikipedia:Alexander Steen|Alexander Steen]], Canadian-born Swedish hockey player
* {{wp|1985}} - {{wp|Andreas Ottl}}, German footballer
+
* [[1985]] - [[Wikipedia:Andreas Ottl|Andreas Ottl]], German footballer
* {{wp|1986}} - {{wp|Jonathan Spector}}, American Footballer
+
* [[1986]] - [[Wikipedia:Jonathan Spector|Jonathan Spector]], American Footballer
* {{wp|1987}} - {{wp|Sammie}}, American R&B singer
+
* [[1987]] - [[Wikipedia:Sammie|Sammie]], American R&B singer
* {{wp|1988}} - {{wp|Katija Pevec}}, American actress
+
* [[1988]] - [[Wikipedia:Katija Pevec|Katija Pevec]], American actress
* {{wp|1989}} - {{wp|Sonya Kitchell}}, American singer
+
* [[1989]] - [[Wikipedia:Sonya Kitchell|Sonya Kitchell]], American singer
* 1989 - {{wp|Carlos Vela}}, Mexican footballer
+
* 1989 - [[Wikipedia:Carlos Vela|Carlos Vela]], Mexican footballer
* {{wp|1990}} - {{wp|Nikolas Tsattalios}}, Australian footballer
+
* [[1990]] - [[Wikipedia:Nikolas Tsattalios|Nikolas Tsattalios]], Australian footballer
  +
* [[1994]] - [[wikipedia:Justin Bieber|Justin Bieber]], Canadian Pop singer
   
 
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== Deaths ==
 
== Deaths ==
* {{wp|589}} - {{wp|Saint David}}, Patron Saint of {{wp|Wales}} (b. {{wp|500}})
+
* [[589]] - [[Wikipedia:Saint David|Saint David]], Patron Saint of [[Wales|Wales]] (b. [[500]])
* {{wp|986}} - King {{wp|Lothair of France}} (b. {{wp|941}})
+
* [[986]] - King [[Wikipedia:Lothair of France|Lothair of France]] (b. [[941]])
* {{wp|1131}} - King {{wp|Stephen II of Hungary}} (b. {{wp|1101}})
+
* [[1131]] - King [[Wikipedia:Stephen II of Hungary|Stephen II of Hungary]] (b. [[1101]])
* {{wp|1233}} - Count {{wp|Thomas I of Savoy}} (b. {{wp|1178}})
+
* [[1233]] - Count [[Wikipedia:Thomas I of Savoy|Thomas I of Savoy]] (b. [[1178]])
* {{wp|1244}} - {{wp|Gruffydd ap Llywelyn Fawr}}, son of {{wp|Llywelyn the Great}} (b. {{wp|1200}})
+
* [[1244]] - [[Wikipedia:Gruffydd ap Llywelyn Fawr|Gruffydd ap Llywelyn Fawr]], son of [[Wikipedia:Llywelyn the Great|Llywelyn the Great]] (b. [[1200]])
* {{wp|1383}} - {{wp|Amadeus VI of Savoy}} (b. {{wp|1334}})
+
* [[1383]] - [[Wikipedia:Amadeus VI of Savoy|Amadeus VI of Savoy]] (b. [[1334]])
* {{wp|1510}} - {{wp|Francisco de Almeida}}, Portuguese soldier and explorer
+
* [[1510]] - [[Wikipedia:Francisco de Almeida|Francisco de Almeida]], Portuguese soldier and explorer
* {{wp|1536}} - {{wp|Bernardo Accolti}}, Italian poet (b. {{wp|1465}})
+
* [[1536]] - [[Wikipedia:Bernardo Accolti|Bernardo Accolti]], Italian poet (b. [[1465]])
* {{wp|1546}} - {{wp|George Wishart}}, Scottish religious reformer (martyred) (b {{wp|1513}})
+
* [[1546]] - [[Wikipedia:George Wishart|George Wishart]], Scottish religious reformer (martyred) (b [[1513]])
* {{wp|1620}} - {{wp|Thomas Campion}}, English poet and composer (b. {{wp|1567}})
+
* [[1620]] - [[Wikipedia:Thomas Campion|Thomas Campion]], English poet and composer (b. [[1567]])
* {{wp|1633}} - {{wp|George Herbert}}, English poet and orator (b. {{wp|1593}})
+
* [[1633]] - [[Wikipedia:George Herbert|George Herbert]], English poet and orator (b. [[1593]])
* {{wp|1643}} - {{wp|Girolamo Frescobaldi}}, Italian composer (b. {{wp|1583}})
+
* [[1643]] - [[Wikipedia:Girolamo Frescobaldi|Girolamo Frescobaldi]], Italian composer (b. [[1583]])
* {{wp|1661}} - {{wp|Richard Zouch}}, English jurist (b. {{wp|1590}})
+
* [[1661]] - [[Wikipedia:Richard Zouch|Richard Zouch]], English jurist (b. [[1590]])
* {{wp|1697}} - {{wp|Francesco Redi}}, Italian physician (b. {{wp|1626}})
+
* [[1697]] - [[Wikipedia:Francesco Redi|Francesco Redi]], Italian physician (b. [[1626]])
* {{wp|1706}} - {{wp|Heino Heinrich Graf von Flemming}}, German field marshal and Governor of Berlin (b. {{wp|1632}})
+
* [[1706]] - [[Wikipedia:Heino Heinrich Graf von Flemming|Heino Heinrich Graf von Flemming]], German field marshal and Governor of Berlin (b. [[1632]])
* {{wp|1734}} - {{wp|Roger North (17th century)|Roger North}}, English biographer (b. {{wp|1653}})
+
* [[1734]] - [[Wikipedia:Roger North (17th century)|Roger North]], English biographer (b. [[1653]])
* {{wp|1757}} - {{wp|Edward Moore}}, English writer (b. {{wp|1712}})
+
* [[1757]] - [[Wikipedia:Edward Moore|Edward Moore]], English writer (b. [[1712]])
* {{wp|1768}} - {{wp|Hermann Samuel Reimarus}}, German philosopher and writer (b. {{wp|1694}})
+
* [[1768]] - [[Wikipedia:Hermann Samuel Reimarus|Hermann Samuel Reimarus]], German philosopher and writer (b. [[1694]])
* {{wp|1773}} - {{wp|Luigi Vanvitelli}}, Italian architect (b. {{wp|1700}})
+
* [[1773]] - [[Wikipedia:Luigi Vanvitelli|Luigi Vanvitelli]], Italian architect (b. [[1700]])
* {{wp|1777}} - {{wp|Georg Christoph Wagenseil}}, Austrian composer (b. {{wp|1715}})
+
* [[1777]] - [[Wikipedia:Georg Christoph Wagenseil|Georg Christoph Wagenseil]], Austrian composer (b. [[1715]])
* {{wp|1792}} - {{wp|Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor|Leopold II}}, {{wp|Holy Roman Emperor}} (b. {{wp|1747}})
+
* [[1792]] - [[Wikipedia:Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor|Leopold II]], [[Wikipedia:Holy Roman Emperor|Holy Roman Emperor]] (b. [[1747]])
* {{wp|1841}} - {{wp|Claude Victor-Perrin, duc de Belluno}}, French marshal (b. {{wp|1764}})
+
* [[1841]] - [[Wikipedia:Claude Victor-Perrin, duc de Belluno|Claude Victor-Perrin]], French marshal (b. [[1764]])
* {{wp|1862}} - {{wp|Peter Barlow}}, English mathematician (b. {{wp|1776}})
+
* [[1862]] - [[Wikipedia:Peter Barlow|Peter Barlow]], English mathematician (b. [[1776]])
* {{wp|1875}} - {{wp|Tristan Corbière}}, French poet (b. {{wp|1845}})
+
* [[1875]] - [[Wikipedia:Tristan Corbière|Tristan Corbière]], French poet (b. [[1845]])
* {{wp|1879}} - {{wp|Joachim Heer}}, Swiss politician (b. {{wp|1825}})
+
* [[1879]] - [[Wikipedia:Joachim Heer|Joachim Heer]], Swiss politician (b. [[1825]])
* {{wp|1884}} - {{wp|Isaac Todhunter}}, English mathematician (b. {{wp|1820}})
+
* [[1884]] - [[Wikipedia:Isaac Todhunter|Isaac Todhunter]], English mathematician (b. [[1820]])
* {{wp|1898}} - {{wp|George Bruce Malleson}}, English officer in India, author (b. {{wp|1825}})
+
* [[1898]] - [[Wikipedia:George Bruce Malleson|George Bruce Malleson]], English officer in India, author (b. [[1825]])
* {{wp|1906}} - {{wp|José María de Pereda}}, Spanish novelist (b. {{wp|1833}})
+
* [[1906]] - [[Wikipedia:José María de Pereda|José María de Pereda]], Spanish novelist (b. [[1833]])
* {{wp|1911}} - {{wp|Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff}}, Dutch chemist, {{wp|Nobel Prize in Chemistry|Nobel Prize}} laureate (b. {{wp|1852}})
+
* [[1911]] - [[Wikipedia:Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff|Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff]], Dutch chemist, [[Wikipedia:Nobel Prize in Chemistry|Nobel Prize]] laureate (b. [[1852]])
* {{wp|1912}} - {{wp|George Grossmith}}, English actor and comic writer (b. {{wp|1847}})
+
* [[1912]] - [[Wikipedia:George Grossmith|George Grossmith]], English actor and comic writer (b. [[1847]])
* {{wp|1914}} - {{wp|Gilbert Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, 4th Earl of Minto}} (b. {{wp|1845}})
+
* [[1914]] - [[Wikipedia:Gilbert Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, 4th Earl of Minto|Gilbert Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound]] (b. [[1845]])
* {{wp|1920}} - {{wp|John H. Bankhead}}, U.S. Senator (b. {{wp|1842}})
+
* [[1920]] - [[Wikipedia:John H. Bankhead|John H. Bankhead]], U.S. Senator (b. [[1842]])
* 1920 - {{wp|Joseph Trumpeldor}}, Russian Zionist (b. {{wp|1880}})
+
* 1920 - [[Wikipedia:Joseph Trumpeldor|Joseph Trumpeldor]], Russian Zionist (b. [[1880]])
* {{wp|1922}} - {{wp|Rafael Moreno Aranzadi}}, Spanish footballer (b. {{wp|1892}})
+
* [[1922]] - [[Wikipedia:Rafael Moreno Aranzadi|Rafael Moreno Aranzadi]], Spanish footballer (b. [[1892]])
* {{wp|1929}} - {{wp|Royal H. Weller}}, American politician (b. {{wp|1881}})
+
* [[1929]] - [[Wikipedia:Royal H. Weller|Royal H. Weller]], American politician (b. [[1881]])
* {{wp|1932}} - {{wp|Frank Teschemacher}}, American jazz clarinettist (b. {{wp|1906}})
+
* [[1932]] - [[Wikipedia:Frank Teschemacher|Frank Teschemacher]], American jazz clarinettist (b. [[1906]])
* {{wp|1933}} - {{wp|Uładzimir Zylka}}, Belarusian poet (b. {{wp|1900}})
+
* [[1933]] - [[Wikipedia:Uładzimir Zylka|Uładzimir Zylka]], Belarusian poet (b. [[1900]])
* {{wp|1936}} - {{wp|Mikhail Kuzmin}}, Russian writer (b. {{wp|1871}})
+
* [[1936]] - [[Wikipedia:Mikhail Kuzmin|Mikhail Kuzmin]], Russian writer (b. [[1871]])
* {{wp|1938}} - {{wp|Gabriele D'Annunzio}}, Italian writer, war hero, and politician (b. {{wp|1863}})
+
* [[1938]] - [[Wikipedia:Gabriele D'Annunzio|Gabriele D'Annunzio]], Italian writer, war hero, and politician (b. [[1863]])
* {{wp|1940}} - {{wp|Anton Hansen Tammsaare}}, Estonian author (b. {{wp|1878}})
+
* [[1940]] - [[Wikipedia:Anton Hansen Tammsaare|Anton Hansen Tammsaare]], Estonian author (b. [[1878]])
* {{wp|1943}} - {{wp|Alexandre Yersin}}, Swiss physician (b. {{wp|1863}})
+
* [[1943]] - [[Wikipedia:Alexandre Yersin|Alexandre Yersin]], Swiss physician (b. [[1863]])
* {{wp|1952}} - {{wp|Mariano Azuela}}, Mexican novelist (b. {{wp|1873}})
+
* [[1952]] - [[Wikipedia:Mariano Azuela|Mariano Azuela]], Mexican novelist (b. [[1873]])
* {{wp|1963}} - {{wp|Irish Meusel}}, American baseball player (b. {{wp|1893}})
+
* [[1963]] - [[Wikipedia:Irish Meusel|Irish Meusel]], American baseball player (b. [[1893]])
* 1963 - {{wp|Jorge Daponte}}, Argentine racing driver (b. {{wp|1923}})
+
* 1963 - [[Wikipedia:Jorge Daponte|Jorge Daponte]], Argentine racing driver (b. [[1923]])
* {{wp|1966}} - {{wp|Fritz Houtermans}}, German physicist (b. {{wp|1903}})
+
* [[1966]] - [[Wikipedia:Fritz Houtermans|Fritz Houtermans]], German physicist (b. [[1903]])
* {{wp|1970}} - {{wp|Lucille Hegamin}}, American singer and entertainer (b. {{wp|1894}})
+
* [[1970]] - [[Wikipedia:Lucille Hegamin|Lucille Hegamin]], American singer and entertainer (b. [[1894]])
* {{wp|1974}} - {{wp|Bobby Timmons}}, American jazz pianist (b. {{wp|1935}})
+
* [[1974]] - [[Wikipedia:Bobby Timmons|Bobby Timmons]], American jazz pianist (b. [[1935]])
* {{wp|1979}} - {{wp|Mustafa Barzani}}, Kurdish politician (b. {{wp|1903}})
+
* [[1979]] - [[Wikipedia:Mustafa Barzani|Mustafa Barzani]], Kurdish politician (b. [[1903]])
* {{wp|1980}} - {{wp|Dixie Dean}}, English footballer (b. {{wp|1907}})
+
* [[1980]] - [[Wikipedia:Dixie Dean|Dixie Dean]], English footballer (b. [[1907]])
* 1980 - {{wp|Wilhelmina Cooper|Wilhelmina}}, high-fashion model and owner of model agency (b. {{wp|1940}})
+
* 1980 - [[Wikipedia:Wilhelmina Cooper|Wilhelmina]], high-fashion model and owner of model agency (b. [[1940]])
* {{wp|1984}} - {{wp|Jackie Coogan}}, American actor (b. {{wp|1914}})
+
* [[1984]] - [[Wikipedia:Jackie Coogan|Jackie Coogan]], American actor (b. [[1914]])
* {{wp|1988}} - {{wp|Joe Besser}}, American comedian and actor (b. {{wp|1907}})
+
* [[1988]] - [[Wikipedia:Joe Besser|Joe Besser]], American comedian and actor (b. [[1907]])
   
* {{wp|1995}} - {{wp|Vladislav Listyev}}, Russian television journalist (b. {{wp|1956}})
+
* [[1995]] - [[Wikipedia:Vladislav Listyev|Vladislav Listyev]], Russian television journalist (b. [[1956]])
* 1995 - {{wp|Georges J.F. Kohler}}, German biologist, recipient of the {{wp|Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine}} (b. {{wp|1946}})
+
* 1995 - [[Wikipedia:Georges J.F. Kohler|Georges J.F. Kohler]], German biologist, recipient of the [[Wikipedia:Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine|Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine]] (b. [[1946]])
* {{wp|2000}} - {{wp|Dennis Danell}}, American guitarist ({{wp|Social Distortion}}) (b. {{wp|1961}})
+
* [[2000]] - [[Wikipedia:Dennis Danell|Dennis Danell]], American guitarist ([[Wikipedia:Social Distortion|Social Distortion]]) (b. [[1961]])
* {{wp|2006}} - {{wp|Peter Osgood}}, English footballer (b. {{wp|1947}})
+
* [[2006]] - [[Wikipedia:Peter Osgood|Peter Osgood]], English footballer (b. [[1947]])
* 2006 - {{wp|Harry Browne}}, American politician and author (b. {{wp|1933}})
+
* 2006 - [[Wikipedia:Harry Browne|Harry Browne]], American politician and author (b. [[1933]])
* 2006 - {{wp|Johnny Jackson}}, American musician (b. {{wp|1951}})
+
* 2006 - [[Wikipedia:Johnny Jackson|Johnny Jackson]], American musician (b. [[1951]])
* 2006 - {{wp|Peter Snow (doctor)|Peter Snow}}, New Zealand doctor
+
* 2006 - [[Wikipedia:Peter Snow (doctor)|Peter Snow]], New Zealand doctor
* {{wp|2007}} - {{wp|Manuel Bento}}, Portuguese goalkeeper (b. {{wp|1948}})
+
* [[2007]] - [[Wikipedia:Manuel Bento|Manuel Bento]], Portuguese goalkeeper (b. [[1948]])
 
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== Holidays and observances ==
 
== Holidays and observances ==
* {{wp|Bahá'í Faith}} - Last Day (4 or 5) of {{wp|Ayyám-i-Há}} (Intercalary Days) - days in the {{wp|Bahá'í calendar}} devoted to service and gift giving.
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* [[Wikipedia:Bahá'í Faith|Bahá'í Faith]] - Last Day (4 or 5) of [[Wikipedia:Ayyám-i-Há|Ayyám-i-Há]] (Intercalary Days) - days in the [[Wikipedia:Bahá'í calendar|Bahá'í calendar]] devoted to service and gift giving.
* {{wp|Bosnia and Herzegovina}} - Independence Day
+
* [[Wikipedia:Bosnia and Herzegovina|Bosnia and Herzegovina]] - Independence Day
* {{wp|Bulgaria}} - {{wp|Baba Marta}}
+
* [[Wikipedia:Bulgaria|Bulgaria]] - [[Wikipedia:Baba Marta|Baba Marta]]
* {{wp|Iceland}} - {{wp|Beer day}} - This day in {{wp|1989}} {{wp|beer}} was allowed again
+
* [[Wikipedia:Iceland|Iceland]] - [[Wikipedia:Beer day|Beer day]] - This day in [[1989]] [[Wikipedia:beer|beer]] was allowed again
* {{wp|Korea}} - {{wp|March 1st Movement|Independence Movement}} Day (''{{wp|Samiljeol}};'' 삼일절)
+
* [[Wikipedia:Korea|Korea]] - [[Wikipedia:March 1st Movement|Independence Movement]] Day (''[[Wikipedia:Samiljeol|Samiljeol]];'' 삼일절)
* {{wp|Roman Empire}} - {{wp|Matronalia}} in honor of {{wp|Hera|Juno}}
+
* [[Wikipedia:Roman Empire|Roman Empire]] - [[Wikipedia:Matronalia|Matronalia]] in honor of [[Wikipedia:Hera|Juno]]
* {{wp|Roman Empire}} - {{wp|Feriae Marti}} in honor of {{wp|Mars (god)|Mars}}
+
* [[Wikipedia:Roman Empire|Roman Empire]] - [[Wikipedia:Feriae Marti|Feriae Marti]] in honor of [[Wikipedia:Mars (god)|Mars]]
* {{wp|Roman Empire}} - {{wp|New Year}}
+
* [[Wikipedia:Roman Empire|Roman Empire]] - [[Wikipedia:New Year|New Year]]
* {{wp|Roman Empire}} - The sacred fire of {{wp|Rome}} was renewed (See {{wp|Hestia|Vesta}})
+
* [[Wikipedia:Roman Empire|Roman Empire]] - The sacred fire of [[Wikipedia:Rome|Rome]] was renewed (See [[Wikipedia:Hestia|Vesta]])
* {{wp|Romania}} - {{wp|Martisor}}
+
* [[Wikipedia:Romania|Romania]] - [[Wikipedia:Martisor|Martisor]]
* {{wp|Tasmania}} - {{wp|Eight Hours Day}}
+
* [[Wikipedia:Tasmania|Tasmania]] - [[Wikipedia:Eight Hours Day|Eight Hours Day]]
* {{wp|Wales}} - {{wp|Saint David's Day}}
+
* [[Wikipedia:Wales|Wales]] - [[Wikipedia:Saint David's Day|Saint David's Day]]
* {{wp|Western Australia}} - {{wp|Labour day}}
+
* [[Wikipedia:Western Australia|Western Australia]] - [[Wikipedia:Labour day|Labour day]]
* {{wp|Self Injury Awareness Day}}
+
* [[Wikipedia:Self Injury Awareness Day|Self Injury Awareness Day]]
* {{wp|World Civil Defense Day}} - This Day commemorates the entry into force in {{wp|1972}} of the {{wp|International Civil Defense Organization|ICDO}} {{wp|Constitution}} as an inter-governmental organisation. [http://icdo.org/act-promo-wcd.html]
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* [[Wikipedia:World Civil Defense Day|World Civil Defense Day]] - This Day commemorates the entry into force in [[1972]] of the [[Wikipedia:International Civil Defense Organization|ICDO]] [[Wikipedia:Constitution|Constitution]] as an inter-governmental organisation. [http://icdo.org/act-promo-wcd.html]
   
 
===Liturgical feasts===
 
===Liturgical feasts===
* {{wp|Saint David's Day}} ({{wp|National holiday}} of {{wp|Wales}}).
+
* [[Wikipedia:Saint David's Day|Saint David's Day]] ([[Wikipedia:National holiday|National holiday]] of [[Wikipedia:Wales|Wales]]).
*{{wp|Abdecalas}} <ref name="Holweck">Holweck, F. G. ''A Biographical Dictionary of the Saints''. St. Louis, MO: B. Herder Book Co. 1924.</ref>
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*[[Wikipedia:Abdecalas|Abdecalas]] <ref name="Holweck">Holweck, F. G. ''A Biographical Dictionary of the Saints''. St. Louis, MO: B. Herder Book Co. 1924.</ref>
* {{wp|Saint Albin}}
+
* [[Wikipedia:Saint Albin|Saint Albin]]
* {{wp|Saint Monan}}, largely legendary {{wp|Scotland|Scottish}} saint.
+
* [[Wikipedia:Saint Monan|Saint Monan]], largely legendary [[Wikipedia:Scotland|Scottish]] saint.
* {{wp|Saint Swidbert}}
+
* [[Wikipedia:Saint Swidbert|Saint Swidbert]]
* {{wp|March 1 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)}}
+
* [[Wikipedia:March 1 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)|March 1]]
*{{wp|Abdalong of Marseilles}} - informal feast
+
*[[Wikipedia:Abdalong of Marseilles|Abdalong of Marseilles]] - informal feast
   
 
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2008 (Saturday)
2007 (Thursday)
2006 (Wednesday)
2005 (Tuesday)
2004 (Monday)
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March 1 is the 60th day of the year (61st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 305 days remaining until the end of the year.

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  1. ^ Holweck, F. G. A Biographical Dictionary of the Saints. St. Louis, MO: B. Herder Book Co. 1924.

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This page uses content from the English language Wikipedia. The original content was at March 1. The list of authors can be seen in the page history. As with this Familypedia wiki, the content of Wikipedia is available under the Creative Commons License.

178 Familypedia people were born on March 1

 FatherMotherAge mother at birth
Hasan ibn Ali (625-670)Ali Ibn Ali Talib (c599-661)Fatimah bint Muhammad (c610-632)
Emeline Rebecca Adair (1847-1927)George Washington Adair (1818-1897)Miriam Jane Billingsley (1829-1912)
James William Adams (1872-1922)Henry Daniel Adams (1844-1920)Eliza Agnes Bradley (1846-1925)
Alvin Blodgett Alden (1818-1882)Samuel Alden (1776-1855)Kezziah Blodgett (1784-)
Frances Ann Allred (1834-1918)Samuel Thompson Allred (1809-1857)Anna Bunch (1814-1892)
Albert Antinori (1900-1970)
Neeltje Appelman (1739-1812)Gerrit Appelman (1705-1781)Willempje aan de Noorderdijk (c1714-1753)
Christopher Columbus Arnold (1883-1923)Henry Clay Arnold (1847-1918)Sarah Isabella Young (1849-1925)
Luise Friederike von Anhalt-Dessau (1798-1858)Friedrich von Anhalt-Dessau (1769-1814)Amalie von Hessen-Homburg (1774-1846)
Emily Cornelia Atwood (1819-1869)Dan Atwood (1787-1863)Polly Sawyer (1790-1875)
Charles Avery (1845-1915)George Avery (1810-1878)Elizabeth Kingsnorth (1820-)
Catherine Bachman (1954)Bernard BachmanNorma Jean Verdugo Kucera Bachman
Lidia Baditz
George Bahner (1858-1929)
Klaas Bakker (1788-1846)Jacob Bakker (1756-1843)Antje Peerdeman (1759-1828)
... further results

134 Familypedia people died on March 1

 FatherMotherAge at death
John Adams (1657-1751)Edward Adams (1629-1716)Lydia Penniman (1635-1676)
Matthew Adgate (1737-1818)Matthew Adgate (1706-1787)Hannah Hyde (1704-1766)
Louis Napoleon Anlezark (1863-1951)Thomas Ainsworth Anlezark (1839-1928)Charlotte Rogan (1842-1870)88
John Macquarie Antill (1866-1937)John Macquarie Antill (1822-1900)Jessie Hassall Campbell (1834-1917)
Stephen Arnold (1654-1720)Stephen Arnold (1622-1699)Sarah Smith (1629-1713)
Joseph Axtell (1705-1794)Thomas Axtell (1672-1750)Sarah Barker (1679-1747)
Jacob Baas (1733-1808)Adrianus Adrianusz (1693-)Lijsbeth Pieters (-)
John Ball (c1585-1655)
Emily Ada A Barnes (1873-1926)Laban Barnes (1847-1934)Mari Anne Bacon (1854-1937)
Toma Barnovschi (c1520-1567)
William Bassingthwaighte (1824-1877)Edward Bassingthwaighte (1791-1857)Susanna Wright (1798-1874)
Lydia Bill (1753-1838)Ephraim Bill (1719-1802)Lydia Huntington (1727-1798)
George Booth (1445-1483)William Booth (1420-1477)Maud Dutton (c1425-1489)
Sheldon W. Bott (1899-1955)John Henry Bott (1875-1948)Chloe Pearl Winegar (1880-1934)
Zabdiel Boylston (1679-1766)Thomas Boylston (1644-1695)Mary Gardner (1648-1722)
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156 Familypedia people were first married on March 1

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John Adams (1714-1806)Francis Adams (1677-1758)Mary Buck (1684-1769)Thankful Washburn (1714-1805)
Ruth Albree (1718-1793)John Albree (1688-1755)Elizabeth Green (1690-1751)Caleb Brooks (1694-1766)
Abigail Allyn (c1712-1790)Joseph Allyn (1671-bef1743)Mary Doty (1671-bef1743)Ephraim Bostwick (1706-1755)
Ellen Arbon (1840-1924)James Arbon (1812-1871)Susan Newman (1814-1872)Joseph Robbins (1837-1912)
Walter John Arnold (c1879-1947)Frederick Arnold (c1851-1925)Charlotte Isabella Janes (c1850-1934)Amy Victoria McKay (1881-1975)
William Clifford Austin (1881-1926)Frank Urquhart Austin (c1854-1916)Catherine Levingston (1856-1942)Ada Matilda Jennings (1880-1928)
Isaac Gallup Avery (1841-1914)Elias Babcock Avery (1805-1864)Thankful Smith Geer (1814-1885)Eliza Maria Williams (1844-1906)
Johann Simon Bach (1869-1953)Johann Georg Bach (1836-1903)Elizabethe Margarethe Schauer (1839-1917)Margarete Barbara Endress (1869-1944)
Maria Barbara Bach (1877-aft1911)Johann Georg Bach (1836-1903)Elizabethe Margarethe Schauer (1839-1917)Johann Andreas Dombacher (1877-1945)
Mary Baldwin (1612-1670)Thomas Richardson (1608-1651)
Mary Barrett (1633-1657)Thomas Barrett (1593-1668)Margaret Huntington (1608-1681)Shadrach Thayer (1629-1678)
Norman Edgar Bassingthwaighte (1891-1955)Albert George Bassingthwaighte (1865-1937)Amy Matilda Brooks (1866-1948)Minnie Alma Stephenson (1892-1978)
Lydia Bates (1806-1867)Thomas Bates (c1772-1836)Ann Griffin (1784-1864)John Stewart (1802-1877)
Hendersken Beerninck (c1632-?)Johan Beerninck (c1594-?)Trijne ter Wocht (c1599-?)Jan Hemink (c1627-c1695)
Johan Beerninck (c1594-?)Trijne ter Wocht (c1599-?)
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