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== Art and culture == == Art and culture ==
 +*[[1607]] - [[Great Parliament Fart]]
*[[1877]] - [[Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky]]'s [[ballet]] ''[[Swan Lake]]'' premiers at the [[Bolshoi Theatre]] in [[Moscow]]. *[[1877]] - [[Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky]]'s [[ballet]] ''[[Swan Lake]]'' premiers at the [[Bolshoi Theatre]] in [[Moscow]].
 +*[[1966]] - [[John Lennon on Christianity|John Lennon's controversial statement on Christianity]] first published in the United Kingdom.
==Births== ==Births==
*[[1678]] - [[Antonio Vivaldi]], Italian composer (d. [[1741]]) *[[1678]] - [[Antonio Vivaldi]], Italian composer (d. [[1741]])
*[[1876]] - [[Léon-Paul Fargue]], French poet (d. [[1947]]) *[[1876]] - [[Léon-Paul Fargue]], French poet (d. [[1947]])
-*[[1913]] - [[John Garfield]], American actor (d. [[1952]])+*[[1913]] - [[John Garfield]], American actor (d. 1952)
-*[[1928]] - [[Alan Sillitoe]], English writer+*[[1928]] - [[Alan Sillitoe]], English writer (d. 2010)
*[[1941]] - [[Adrian Lyne]], English film director *[[1941]] - [[Adrian Lyne]], English film director
*[[1948]] - [[James Ellroy]], American writer *[[1948]] - [[James Ellroy]], American writer
 +*[[1953]] - [[Geoff Nicholson ]], British novelist and non-fiction writer
*[[1958]] - [[Lennie Lee]], British artist *[[1958]] - [[Lennie Lee]], British artist
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*[[1615]] - [[Hans von Aachen]], German painter (b. [[1552]]) *[[1615]] - [[Hans von Aachen]], German painter (b. [[1552]])
*[[1805]] - [[Jean-Baptiste Greuze]], French painter (b. [[1725]]) *[[1805]] - [[Jean-Baptiste Greuze]], French painter (b. [[1725]])
-*[[1807]] - [[Abraham Baldwin]], American politician (b. [[1754]]) 
-*[[1821]] - [[Princess Elizabeth of Clarence]], daughter of King [[William IV of the United Kingdom|William IV]], granddaughter of King [[George III of the United Kingdom|George III]] (b. [[1820]]) 
-*[[1832]] - [[Jean-François Champollion]], French scholar (b. [[1790]]) 
-*[[1851]] - [[James Richardson (explorer of the Sahara)|James Richardson]], British explorer (b. [[1809]]) 
*[[1852]] - [[Nikolai Gogol]], Russian writer (b. [[1809]]) *[[1852]] - [[Nikolai Gogol]], Russian writer (b. [[1809]])
-*[[1853]] - [[Christian Leopold von Buch]], German geologist (b. [[1774]]) 
-*[[1858]] - [[Matthew Perry (naval officer)|Matthew Perry]], U.S. naval officer (b. [[1794]]) 
-*[[1864]] - [[Thomas Starr King]], influential Californian Unitarian minister during the American Civil War (b. [[1824]]) 
-*[[1866]] - [[Alexander Campbell (Restoration movement)|Alexander Campbell]], Irish founder of the [[Disciples of Christ]] (b. [[1788]]) 
-*[[1868]] - [[Jesse Chisholm]], American pioneer of the [[Chisholm Trail]] (b. [[1805]]) 
-*[[1872]] - [[Johannes Carsten Hauch]], Danish poet (b. [[1790]]) 
-*[[1883]] - [[Alexander Hamilton Stephens]], former Vice President of the Confederate States of America (b. [[1812]])  
-*[[1888]] - [[Amos Bronson Alcott]], American philosopher (b. [[1799]]) 
-*[[1903]] - [[Joseph Henry Shorthouse]], English novelist (b. [[1834]]) 
-*[[1906]] - [[John McAllister Schofield]], former U.S. Secretary of War and Commanding General of the U.S. Army (b. [[1831]]) 
-*[[1910]] - [[Knut Ångström]], Swedish physicist (b. [[1857]]) 
-*[[1915]] - [[William Willett]], inventor of [[Daylight Saving Time]] (b. [[1856]]) 
*[[1916]] - [[Franz Marc]], German artist (b. [[1880]]) *[[1916]] - [[Franz Marc]], German artist (b. [[1880]])
-*[[1922]] - [[Bert Williams]], American entertainer (b. [[1874]]) 
-*[[1925]] - [[Moritz Moszkowski]], Polish/German composer (b. [[1854]]) 
-* 1925 - [[James Ward (psychologist)|James Ward]], English psychologist and philosopher (b. [[1843]]) 
-* 1925 - [[John Montgomery Ward]], American baseball player (b. [[1860]]) 
-*[[1927]] - [[Ira Remsen]] American chemist (b. [[1846]]) 
-*[[1938]] - [[George Foster Peabody]], American politician (b. [[1852]]) 
-* 1938 - [[Jack Taylor (20th century baseball player)|Jack Taylor]], American baseball player (b. [[1874]]) 
-*[[1940]] - [[Hamlin Garland]], American novelist (b. [[1860]]) 
-*[[1941]] - [[Ludwig Quidde]], German pacifist, recipient of the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] (b. [[1858]]) 
-*[[1944]] - [[Louis Buchalter]], Jewish American mobster (b.[[1897]]) (executed) 
-* 1944 - [[Louis Capone]], New York organized crime figure (b. [[1896]]) (executed) 
-* 1944 - [[Emanuel Weiss]], American hitman (b. [[1906]]) (executed) 
-* 1944 - [[Fannie Barrier Williams]], American educator and political activist (b. [[1855]]) 
-*[[1945]] - [[Lucille La Verne]], American actress (d. [[1972]]) 
-* 1945 - [[Mark Sandrich]], American film director, writer and producer (b. [[1900]]) 
-*[[1946]] - [[Bror von Blixen-Finecke]], Danish big-game hunter (b. [[1886]]) 
*[[1948]] - [[Antonin Artaud]], French actor/director (b. [[1896]]) *[[1948]] - [[Antonin Artaud]], French actor/director (b. [[1896]])
-*[[1950]] - [[Adam Rainer]], the only man in recorded human history ever to have been both a dwarf and a giant (b. [[1899]]) 
-*[[1952]] - [[Charles Scott Sherrington]], English scientist, [[Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine|Nobel laureate]] (b. [[1857]]) 
-*[[1954]] - [[Noel Gay]], English composer, (b. [[1898]]) 
-*[[1959]] - [[Maxey Long]], American athlete (b. [[1878]]) 
-*[[1960]] - [[Herbert O'Conor]], 51st Governor of the US State of Maryland (b. [[1896]]) 
-* 1960 - [[Leonard Warren]], American baritone (b. [[1911]]) 
-*[[1962]] - [[George Mogridge]], Major League Baseball pitcher (b. [[1889]]) 
*[[1963]] - [[William Carlos Williams]], American poet (b. [[1883]]) *[[1963]] - [[William Carlos Williams]], American poet (b. [[1883]])
-*[[1967]] - [[Vladan Desnica]], Croatian and Serbian writer (b. [[1905]])+*[[1987]] - [[Maria Jolas ]], American writer and translator (b. [[1893]])
-* 1967 - [[José Martínez Ruiz]], Spanish poet and writer (b. [[1873]])+*[[1995]] – [[eden ahbez]], Scottish-American songwriter and recording artist (b. 1908)
-* 1967 - [[Michel Plancherel]], Swiss mathematician (b. [[1885]])+ 
-*[[1969]] - [[Nicholas Schenck]], Russian-born film empresario (b. [[1881]])+
-*[[1973]] - [[Samuel Tolansky]], British scientist and expert on spectroscopy (b. [[1907]])+
-*[[1974]] - [[Adolph Gottlieb]], American painter (b. [[1903]])+
-*[[1976]] - [[Walter H. Schottky]], German physicist (b. [[1886]])+
-*[[1977]] - [[Andrés Caicedo]], Colombian writer (b. [[1951]])+
-* 1977 - [[Toma Caragiu]], Romanian actor (b. [[1925]])+
-* 1977 - [[Lutz Graf Schwerin von Krosigk]], German politician and former Chancellor of Germany (b. [[1887]])+
-*[[1978]] - [[Wesley Bolin]], former Governor of the U.S. State of Arizona (b. [[1909]])+
-*[[1979]] - [[Willi Unsoeld]], American mountain climber (b. [[1926]])+
-*[[1981]] - [[Yip Harburg]], American lyricist (b. [[1896]])+
-* 1981 - [[Torin Thatcher]], Indian actor (b. [[1905]])+
-*[[1984]] - [[Ernest Buckler]], Canadian novelist (b. [[1908]])+
-* 1984 - [[Jewel Carmen]], American actress (b. [[1897]])+
-* 1984 - [[Geoffrey Lumsden]], British actor (b. [[1914]])+
-*[[1986]] - [[Howard Greenfield]], American songwriter (b. [[1936]])+
-* 1986 - [[Richard Manuel]], Canadian musician ([[The Band]]) (b. [[1943]])+
-*[[1989]] - [[Tiny Grimes]], American jazz and R&B guitarist (b. [[1916]])+
-*[[1990]] - [[Hank Gathers]], American basketball player (b. [[1967]])+
-*[[1992]] - [[Art Babbitt]], American animator (b. [[1907]])+
-*[[1993]] - [[Art Hodes]], American jazz pianist (b. [[1904]])+
-*[[1994]] - [[John Candy]], Canadian comedian (b. [[1950]])+
-*[[1995]] - [[Eden Ahbez]], American composer (b. [[1908]])+
-*[[1996]] - [[Minnie Pearl]], American comedian (b. [[1912]])+
-*[[1997]] - [[Robert H. Dicke]], American physicist (b. [[1916]])+
-* 1997 - [[Carey Loftin]], American actor/stuntman (b. [[1914]])+
-*[[1999]] - [[Harry Blackmun]], Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (b. [[1908]])+
-* 1999 - [[Del Close]], American actor (b. [[1934]])+
-* 1999 - [[Karel van het Reve]], Dutch writer (b. [[1921]])+
-*[[2001]] - [[Glenn Hughes (American singer)|Glenn Hughes]], American singer ([[The Village People]]) (b. [[1950]])+
-* 2001 - [[Fred Lasswell]], American cartoonist (b. [[1916]])+
-* 2001 - [[Jim Rhodes]], Governor of Ohio (b. [[1909]])+
-* 2001 - [[Harold Stassen]], American politician (b. [[1907]])+
-*[[2002]] - [[Claire Davenport]], English actress (b. [[1933]])+
-* 2002 - [[Eric Flynn]], British actor/singer (b. [[1939]])+
-* 2002 - [[Elyne Mitchell]], Australian author (b. [[1913]])+
-* 2002 - [[Velibor Vasović]], Yugoslavian footballer (b. [[1939]])+
-*[[2003]] - [[Jaba Ioseliani]], Georgian bank robber (b. [[1926]])+
-* 2003 - [[Sébastien Japrisot]], French author, screenwriter and film director (b. [[1931]])+
-*[[2004]] - [[John McGeoch]], Scottish musician (b. [[1955]])+
-* 2004 - [[Claude Nougaro]], French singer (b. [[1929]])+
-* 2004 - [[George Pake]], American physicist (b. [[1924]])+
-* 2004 - [[Stephen Sprouse]], American fashion designer (b. [[1953]])+
-*[[2005]] - [[Nicola Calipari]], Italian secret service agent (b. [[1953]])+
-* 2005 - [[Robert Consoli]], American actor and musician (b. [[1964]])+
-* 2005 - [[Una Hale]], Australian soprano (b. [[1922]])+
-* 2005 - [[Yuriy Kravchenko]], Ukrainian statesman (b. [[1951]])+
-* 2005 - [[Carlos Sherman]], Uruguayan-born writer (b. [[1934]])+
-*[[2006]] - [[Roman Ogaza]], Polish footballer (b. [[1952]])+
-* 2006 - [[John Reynolds Gardiner]], American engineer (b. [[1944]])+
-* 2006 - [[Dave Rose]], American artist (b. [[1910]])+
-* 2006 - [[Edgar Valter]], Estonian illustrator/cartoonist (b. [[1929]])+
-*[[2007]] - [[Natalie Bodanya]] (Natalie Bodanskaya), American soprano (b. [[1908]])+
-* 2007 - [[Thomas Eagleton]], American politician (b. [[1929]])+
-* 2007 - [[Bob Hattoy]], American activist (b. [[1950]])+
-* 2007 - [[Richard Joseph]], British games soundtrack composer (b. [[1954]])+
-* 2007 - [[Sunil Kumar Mahato]], Indian parliamentarian (b. [[1966]])+
-* 2007 - [[Tadeusz Nalepa]], Polish composer, guitar player, vocalist and lyricist (b. [[1934]])+
-* 2007 - [[Ian Wooldridge]], British sports journalist (b. [[1932]]+
-==Notes==+
-Geoff Nicholson +
-Antonin Artaud +
-Lennie Lee +
-Nikolai Gogol +
-William Carlos Williams +
-Antonio Vivaldi +
-Franz Marc +
-Colored +
-Abraham Lincoln +
-Hans von Aachen +
-Maria Jolas +
-Knockout (comic) +
-Alan Sillitoe +
-Adrian Lyne +
-John Lennon on Christianity +
-Jean-Baptiste Greuze +
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