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ⓘ April 1

April 1 is the 91st day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. 274 days remain until the end of the year.

It is not only the first day of the second quarter of the year, but it is also the midway point of the first half of the year.

                                     

1. Events

  • 1871 – The 3rd Duke of Buckingham opened the Brill Tramway, a short railway line to transport goods between his lands and the national rail network.
  • 1939 – Spanish Civil War: Generalisimo Francisco Franco of the Spanish State announces the end of the Spanish Civil War, when the last of the Republican forces surrender.
  • 1924 – The Royal Canadian Air Force is formed.
  • 1918 – The Royal Air Force is created by the merger of the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service.
  • 1973 – Project Tiger, a tiger conservation project, is launched in the Jim Corbett National Park, India.
  • 1545 – Potosi, Bolivia, is founded after the discovery of huge silver deposits in the area.
  • 1937 – The Royal New Zealand Air Force is formed as an independent service.
  • 1893 – The rank of Chief Petty Officer in the United States Navy is established.
  • 1865 – American Civil War: Union troops led by Philip Sheridan decisively defeat Confederate troops led by George Pickett, cutting the Army of Northern Virginias last supply line.
  • 1944 – Navigation errors lead to an accidental American bombing of the Swiss city of Schaffhausen.
  • 1978 – The Philippine College of Commerce, through a presidential decree, becomes the Polytechnic University of the Philippines.
  • 2011 – After protests against the burning of the Quran turn violent, a mob attacks a United Nations compound in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan, resulting in the deaths of thirteen people, including eight foreign workers.
  • 1946 – The 8.6 M w   Aleutian Islands earthquake shakes the Aleutian Islands with a maximum Mercalli intensity of VI Strong. A destructive tsunami reaches the Hawaiian Islands resulting in dozens of deaths, mostly in Hilo, Hawaii.
  • 1949 – Chinese Civil War: The Chinese Communist Party holds unsuccessful peace talks with the Nationalist Party in Beijing, after three years of fighting.
  • 2001 – Same-sex marriage becomes legal in the Netherlands, the first contemporary country to allow it.
  • 527 – Byzantine Emperor Justin I names his nephew Justinian I as co-ruler and successor to the throne.
  • 1945 – World War II: The Tenth United States Army attacks the Thirty-Second Japanese Army on Okinawa.
  • 1937 – Aden becomes a British crown colony.
  • 1234 – Richard Marshal, 3rd Earl of Pembroke, is defeated by knights loyal to King Henry III of England in the Battle of the Curragh in Ireland.
  • 1948 – Cold War: Communist forces respond to the introduction of the Deutsche Mark by attempting to force the western powers to withdraw from Berlin.
  • 1826 – Samuel Morey received a patent for a compressionless "Gas or Vapor Engine".
  • 1937 – Spanish Civil War: Jaen, Spain is bombed by German fascist forces, supporting Francoist Nationalists.
  • 1999 – Nunavut is established as a Canadian territory carved out of the eastern part of the Northwest Territories.
  • 1889 – The University of Northern Colorado was established, as the Colorado State Normal School.
  • 1625 – A combined Spanish and Portuguese fleet of 52 ships commences the recapture of Bahia from the Dutch during the Dutch–Portuguese War.
  • 2004 – Google announces Gmail to the public.
  • 1989 – Margaret Thatchers new local government tax, the Community Charge commonly known as the "poll tax", is introduced in Scotland.
  • 1293 – Robert Winchelsey leaves England for Rome, to be consecrated as Archbishop of Canterbury.
  • 1960 – The TIROS-1 satellite transmits the first television picture from space.
  • 1974 – The Local Government Act 1972 of England and Wales comes into effect.
  • 2001 – Former President of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slobodan Milosevic surrenders to police special forces, to be tried on war crimes charges.
  • 1969 – The Hawker Siddeley Harrier, the first operational fighter aircraft with Vertical/Short Takeoff and Landing capabilities, enters service with the Royal Air Force.
  • 1976 – Apple Inc. is formed by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne in Cupertino, California, USA.
  • 2001 – An EP-3E United States Navy surveillance aircraft collides with a Chinese Peoples Liberation Army Shenyang J-8 fighter jet. The Navy crew makes an emergency landing in Hainan, China and is detained.
  • 1789 – In New York City, the United States House of Representatives achieves its first quorum and elects Frederick Muhlenberg of Pennsylvania as its first Speaker.
  • 1908 – The Territorial Force renamed Territorial Army in 1920 is formed as a volunteer reserve component of the British Army.
  • 1340 – Niels Ebbesen kills Gerhard III, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg in his bedroom, ending the 1332-1340 interregnum in Denmark.
  • 325 – Crown Prince Jin Chengdi, age 4, succeeds his father Jin Mingdi as emperor of the Eastern Jin dynasty.
  • 1833 – The Convention of 1833, a political gathering of settlers in Mexican Texas to help draft a series of petitions to the Mexican government, begins in San Felipe de Austin.
  • 286 – Emperor Diocletian elevates his general Maximian to co-emperor with the rank of Augustus and gives him control over the Western regions of the Roman Empire.
  • 1854 – Charles Dickens novel Hard Times begins serialisation in his magazine Household Words.
  • 457 – Majorian is acclaimed emperor by the Roman army after defeating 900 Alemanni near Lake Maggiore Italy.
  • 1997 – Comet Hale–Bopp is seen passing at perihelion.
  • 1971 – Bangladesh Liberation War: The Pakistan Army massacre over 1.000 people in Keraniganj Upazila, Bangladesh.
  • 1891 – The Wrigley Company is founded in Chicago, Illinois.
  • 1941 – A military coup in Iraq overthrows the regime of Abd al-Ilah and installs Rashid Ali al-Gaylani as Prime Minister.
  • 2006 – Serious Organised Crime Agency SOCA of the Government of the United Kingdom is enforced, but later merged into National Crime Agency on 7 October 2013.
  • 33 – According to one historians account, Jesus Christs Last Supper is held.
  • 1970 – The first of over 670.000 AMC Gremlins are released into North America to compete with foreign imported cars.
  • 1948 – Faroe Islands gain autonomy from Denmark.
  • 1949 – The Government of Canada repeals Japanese-Canadian internment after seven years.
  • 1986 – Communist Party of Nepal Mashal cadres attack a number of police stations in Kathmandu, seeking to incite a popular rebellion.
  • 1941 – Fantana Alba massacre: Between 200 and 2.000 Romanian civilians are killed by Soviet Border Troops.
  • 988 – Robert II of France is married to Rozala of Italy. The marriage is arranged by his father, King Hugh Capet.
  • 2016 – Nagorno-Karabakh clashes: The Four Day War or April War begins along the Nagorno-Karabakh line of contact on April 1.
  • 1933 – The recently elected Nazis under Julius Streicher organize a one-day boycott of all Jewish-owned businesses in Germany, ushering in a series of anti-Semitic acts.
  • 1979 – Iran becomes an Islamic republic by a 99% vote, officially overthrowing the Shah.
  • 1947 – The only mutiny in the history of the Royal New Zealand Navy begins.
  • 1996 – The government of Nova Scotia amalgamated the City of Halifax and the over 200 communities around the area to create the Halifax Regional Municipality.
  • 1572 – In the Eighty Years War, the Watergeuzen capture Brielle from the Seventeen Provinces, gaining the first foothold on land for what would become the Dutch Republic.
  • 1970 – President Richard Nixon signs the Public Health Cigarette Smoking Act into law, requiring the Surgeon Generals warnings on tobacco products and banning cigarette advertising on television and radio in the United States, effective 1 January 1971.
  • 1955 – The EOKA rebellion against the British Empire begins in Cyprus, with the goal of unifying with Greece.
  • 1935 – Indias central banking institution, The Reserve Bank of India, is formed.
  • 1318 – Berwick-upon-Tweed is captured by Scotland from England.
  • 1954 – United States President Dwight D. Eisenhower authorizes the creation of the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado.
  • 1867 – Singapore becomes a British crown colony.
  • 1933 – English cricketer Wally Hammond set a record for the highest individual Test innings of 336 not out, during a Test match against New Zealand.
  • 1924 – Adolf Hitler is sentenced to five years imprisonment for his participation in the "Beer Hall Putsch" but spends only nine months in jail.
  • 528 – The daughter of Emperor Xiaoming of Northern Wei was made the "Emperor" as a male heir of the late emperor by Empress Dowager Hu. Deposed and replaced by Yuan Zhao the next day, she was the first female monarch in the History of China, but is not widely recognised.
  • 1873 – The White Star steamer RMS Atlantic sinks off Nova Scotia, killing 547 in one of the worst marine disasters of the 19th century.
                                     

2. Births

  • 1871 – F. Melius Christiansen, Norwegian-American violinist and conductor d. 1955
  • 1741 – George Dance the Younger, English architect and surveyor d. 1825
  • 1823 – Simon Bolivar Buckner, American general and politician, 30th Governor of Kentucky d. 1891
  • 1866 – Eve Lavalliere, French actress d. 1929
  • 1987 – Ding Junhui, Chinese professional snooker player
  • 1976 – David Gilliland, American race car driver
  • 1697 – Antoine François Prevost, French novelist and translator d. 1763
  • 1949 – Paul Manafort, American lobbyist, political consultant, and convicted felon
  • 1885 – Clementine Churchill, English wife of Winston Churchill d. 1977
  • 1962 – Mark Shulman, American author
  • 1988 – Robin Lopez, American basketball player
  • 1933 – Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, Algerian-French physicist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate
  • 1868 – Edmond Rostand, French poet and playwright d. 1918
  • 1940 – Wangari Maathai, Kenyan environmentalist and politician, Nobel Prize laureate d. 2011
  • 1895 – Alberta Hunter, African-American singer-songwriter and nurse d. 1984
  • 1942 – Richard D. Wolff, American economist and academic
  • 1968 – Andreas Schnaas, German actor and director
  • 1916 – Sheila May Edmonds, British mathematician d. 2002
  • 1936 – Abdul Qadeer Khan, Indian-Pakistani physicist, chemist, and engineer
  • 1965 – Jane Adams, American film, television, and stage actress
  • 1971 – Shinji Nakano, Japanese racing driver
  • 1969 – Andrew Vlahov, Australian basketball player
  • 1978 – Mirka Federer, Slovak-Swiss tennis player
  • 1753 – Joseph de Maistre, French philosopher, lawyer, and diplomat d. 1821
  • 1898 – William James Sidis, Ukrainian-Russian Jewish American mathematician, anthropologist, and historian d. 1944
  • 1976 – Yuka Yoshida, Japanese tennis player
  • 1815 – Otto von Bismarck, German lawyer and politician, 1st Chancellor of the German Empire d. 1898
  • 1893 – Cicely Courtneidge, Australian-English actress d. 1980
  • 1946 – Ronnie Lane, English bass player, songwriter, and producer d. 1997
  • 1982 – Taran Killam, American actor, voice artist, comedian, and writer
  • 1922 – Duke Jordan, American pianist and composer d. 2006
  • 1946 – Arrigo Sacchi, Italian footballer, coach, and manager
  • 1977 – Haimar Zubeldia, Spanish cyclist
  • 1883 – Edvard Drablos, Norwegian actor and director d. 1976
  • 1971 – Sonia Bisset, Cuban javelin thrower
  • 1973 – Rachel Maddow, American journalist and author
  • 1901 – Whittaker Chambers, American journalist and spy d. 1961
  • 1909 – Abner Biberman, American actor, director, and screenwriter d. 1977
  • 1950 – Daniel Paille, Canadian academic and politician
  • 1987 – Gianluca Musacci, Italian footballer
  • 1947 – Francine Prose, American novelist, short story writer, and critic
  • 1917 – Melville Shavelson, American director, producer, and screenwriter d. 2007
  • 1959 – Helmuth Duckadam, Romanian footballer
  • 1949 – Sammy Nelson, Northern Irish footballer and coach
  • 1879 – Stanislaus Zbyszko, Polish wrestler and strongman d. 1967
  • 1965 – Mark Jackson, American basketball player and coach
  • 1961 – Susan Boyle, Scottish singer
  • 1948 – Jimmy Cliff, Jamaican singer and musician
  • 1961 – Mark White, English singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1629 – Jean-Henri dAnglebert, French organist and composer d. 1691
  • 1911 – Augusta Braxton Baker, African American librarian d. 1998
  • 1968 – Alexander Stubb, Finnish academic and politician, 43rd Prime Minister of Finland
  • 1957 – David Gower, English cricketer and sportscaster
  • 1947 – Norm Van Lier, American basketball player, coach, and sportscaster d. 2009
  • 1962 – Phillip Schofield, English television host
  • 1852 – Edwin Austin Abbey, American painter and illustrator d. 1911
  • 1969 – Lev Lobodin, Ukrainian-Russian decathlete
  • 1930 – Grace Lee Whitney, American actress and singer d. 2015
  • 1955 – Don Hasselbeck, American football player and sportscaster
  • 1900 – Stefanie Clausen, Danish Olympic diver d. 1981
  • 1927 – Walter Bahr, American soccer player, coach, and manager d. 2018
  • 1975 – John Butler, American-Australian singer-songwriter and producer
  • 1952 – Annette OToole, American actress
  • 1980 – Randy Orton, American wrestler
  • 1985 – Beth Tweddle, English gymnast
  • 1915 – O. W. Fischer, Austrian-Swiss actor and director d. 2004
  • 1995 – Logan Paul, American Youtuber and actor
  • 1942 – Samuel R. Delany, American author and critic
  • 1924 – Brendan Byrne, American lieutenant, judge, and politician, 47th Governor of New Jersey d. 2018
  • 1921 – William Bergsma, American composer and educator d. 1994
  • 1755 – Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, French lawyer and politician d. 1826
  • 1936 – Jean-Pascal Delamuraz, Swiss politician, 80th President of the Swiss Confederation d. 1998
  • 1950 – Samuel Alito, American lawyer and jurist
  • 1878 – C. Ganesha Iyer, Ceylon Tamil philologist d. 1958
  • 1969 – Dean Windass, English footballer and manager
  • 1976 – Clarence Seedorf, Dutch-Brazilian footballer and manager
  • 1939 – Phil Niekro, American baseball player and manager
  • 1282 – Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor d. 1347
  • 1868 – Walter Mead, English cricketer d. 1954
  • 1875 – Edgar Wallace, English journalist, author, and playwright d. 1932
  • 1964 – Erik Breukink, Dutch cyclist and manager
  • 1647 – John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester, English poet and courtier d. 1680
  • 1933 – Dan Flavin, American sculptor and educator d. 1996
  • 1906 – Alexander Sergeyevich Yakovlev, Russian engineer, founded the Yakovlev Design Bureau d. 1989
  • 1721 – Pieter Hellendaal, Dutch-English organist, violinist, and composer d. 1799
  • 1929 – Milan Kundera, Czech-born novelist, poet, and playwright
  • 1932 – Debbie Reynolds, Scottish-Irish American actress, singer, and dancer d. 2016
  • 1952 – Bernard Stiegler, French philosopher and academic
  • 1983 – Sean Taylor, American football player d. 2007
  • 1953 – Barry Sonnenfeld, American cinematographer, director, and producer
  • 1989 – Jan Blokhuijsen, Dutch speed skater
  • 1974 – Hugo Ibarra, Argentinian footballer and manager
  • 1973 – Stephen Fleming, New Zealand cricketer and coach
  • 1978 – Anamaria Marinca, Romanian-English actress
  • 1953 – Alberto Zaccheroni, Italian footballer and manager
  • 1973 – Christian Finnegan, American comedian and actor
  • 1949 – Gerard Mestrallet, French businessman
  • 1963 – Aprille Ericsson-Jackson, American aerospace engineer
  • 1929 – Jane Powell, American actress, singer, and dancer
  • 1866 – Ferruccio Busoni, Italian pianist, composer, and conductor d. 1924
  • 1883 – Lon Chaney, American actor, director, and screenwriter d. 1930
  • 1926 – Anne McCaffrey, American-Irish author d. 2011
  • 1866 – William Blomfield, New Zealand cartoonist and politician d. 1938
  • 1954 – Jeff Porcaro, American drummer, songwriter, and producer d. 1992
  • 1220 – Emperor Go-Saga of Japan d. 1272
  • 1936 – Peter Collinson, English-American director and producer d. 1980
  • 1815 – Edward Clark, American lawyer and politician, 8th Governor of Texas d. 1880
  • 1981 – Bjorn Einar Romoren, Norwegian ski jumper
  • 1972 – Jesse Tobias, American guitarist and songwriter
  • 1610 – Charles de Saint-Evremond, French soldier and critic d. 1703
  • 1885 – Wallace Beery, American actor d. 1949
  • 1978 – Etan Thomas, American basketball player
  • 1941 – Gideon Gadot, Israeli journalist and politician d. 2012
  • 1936 – Tarun Gogoi, Indian politician, 14th Chief Minister of Assam
  • 1987 – Oliver Turvey, English racing driver
  • 1968 – Mike Baird, Australian politician, 44th Premier of New South Wales
  • 1989 – Christian Vietoris, German racing driver
  • 1943 – Dafydd Wigley, Welsh academic and politician
  • 1983 – Olafur Ingi Skulason, Icelandic footballer
  • 1972 – Darren McCarty, Canadian ice hockey player and sportscaster
  • 1970 – Brad Meltzer, American author, screenwriter, and producer
  • 1975 – Magdalena Maleeva, Bulgarian tennis player
  • 1913 – Memos Makris, Greek sculptor d. 1993
  • 1941 – Ajit Wadekar, Indian cricketer, coach, and manager d. 2018
  • 1907 – Shivakumara Swami, Indian religious leader and philanthropist d. 2019
  • 1947 – Alain Connes, French mathematician and academic
  • 1786 – William Mulready, Irish genre painter d. 1863
  • 1640 – Georg Mohr, Danish mathematician and academic d. 1697
  • 1946 – Nikitas Kaklamanis, Greek academic and politician, Greek Minister of Health and Social Security
  • 1947 – Philippe Kirsch, Canadian lawyer and judge
  • 1988 – Brook Lopez, American basketball player
  • 1978 – Antonio de Nigris, Mexican footballer d. 2009
  • 1964 – Kevin Duckworth, American basketball player d. 2008
  • 1980 – Bijou Phillips, American actress and model
  • 1910 – Bob Van Osdel, American high jumper and soldier d. 1987
  • 1883 – Laurette Taylor, Irish-American actress d. 1946
  • 1967 – Nicola Roxon, Australian lawyer and politician, 34th Attorney-General for Australia
  • 1955 – Humayun Akhtar Khan, Pakistani politician, 5th Commerce Minister of Pakistan
  • 1908 – Harlow Rothert, American shot putter, lawyer, and academic d. 1997
  • 1950 – Loris Kessel, Swiss racing driver d. 2010
  • 1981 – Antonis Fotsis, Greek basketball player
  • 1578 – William Harvey, English physician and academic d. 1657
  • 1948 – Javier Irureta, Spanish footballer and manager
  • 1934 – Vladimir Posner, French-American journalist and radio host
  • 1931 – Rolf Hochhuth, German author and playwright
  • 1976 – David Oyelowo, English actor
  • 1939 – Ali MacGraw, American model and actress
  • 1921 – Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith, American guitarist, fiddler, and composer d. 2014
  • 1765 – Luigi Schiavonetti, Italian engraver and etcher d. 1810
  • 1961 – Sergio Scariolo, Italian professional basketball head coach
  • 1951 – John Abizaid, American general
  • 1910 – Harry Carney, American saxophonist and clarinet player d. 1974
  • 1980 – Dennis Kruppke, German footballer
  • 1984 – Gilberto Macena, Brazilian footballer
  • 1962 – Chris Grayling, English journalist and politician, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain
  • 1992 – Deng Linlin, Chinese gymnast
  • 1920 – Toshiro Mifune, Japanese actor d. 1997
  • 1922 – William Manchester, American historian and author d. 2004
  • 1985 – Daniel Murphy, American baseball player
  • 1909 – Eddy Duchin, American pianist and bandleader d. 1951
  • 1543 – François de Bonne, Duke of Lesdiguieres d. 1626
  • 1873 – Sergei Rachmaninoff, Russian pianist, composer, and conductor d. 1943
  • 1958 – D. Boon, American singer and musician d. 1985
  • 1990 – Julia Fischer, German discus thrower
  • 1927 – Ferenc Puskas, Hungarian footballer and manager d. 2006
  • 1997 – Asa Butterfield, English actor
  • 1929 – Payut Ngaokrachang, Thai animator and director d. 2010
  • 1962 – Samboy Lim, Filipino basketball player and manager
  • 1951 – Frederic Schwartz, American architect, co-designed Empty Sky d. 2014
  • 1976 – Hazem El Masri, Lebanese-Australian rugby league player and educator
  • 1874 – Ernest Barnes, English mathematician and theologian d. 1953
  • 1905 – Gaston Eyskens, Belgian economist and politician, 47th Prime Minister of Belgium d. 1988
  • 1889 – K. B. Hedgewar, Indian physician and activist d. 1940
  • 1905 – Paul Hasluck, Australian historian, poet, and politician, 17th Governor-General of Australia d. 1993
  • 1874 – Prince Karl of Bavaria d. 1927
  • 1997 – Alex Palou, Spanish racing driver
  • 1328 – Blanche of France, Duchess of Orleans d. 1382
  • 1949 – Gil Scott-Heron, American singer-songwriter and author d. 2011
  • 1919 – Joseph Murray, American surgeon and soldier, Nobel Prize laureate d. 2012
  • 1966 – Mehmet Ozdilek, Turkish footballer and manager
  • 1989 – David NGog, French footballer
  • 1964 – Jose Rodrigues dos Santos, Portuguese journalist, author, and educator
  • 1955 – Terry Nichols, American criminal
  • 1929 – Jonathan Haze, American actor, producer, screenwriter, and production manager
  • 1927 – Amos Milburn, American R&B singer-songwriter and pianist d. 1980
  • 1899 – Gustavs Celmiņs, Latvian academic and politician d. 1968
  • 1977 – Vitor Belfort, Brazilian-American boxer and mixed martial artist
  • 1935 – Larry McDonald, American physician and politician d. 1983
  • 1881 – Octavian Goga, Romanian Prime Minister d. 1938
  • 1986 – Hillary Scott, American country singer-songwriter
  • 1982 – Andreas Thorkildsen, Norwegian javelin thrower
  • 1834 – James Fisk, American businessman d. 1872
  • 1865 – Richard Adolf Zsigmondy, Austrian-German chemist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate d. 1929
  • 1908 – Abraham Maslow, American psychologist and academic d. 1970
  • 1979 – Ruth Beitia, Spanish high jumper
  • 1966 – Chris Evans, English radio and television host
  • 1917 – Sydney Newman, Canadian screenwriter and producer, co-created Doctor Who d. 1997
  • 1931 – George Baker, Bulgarian-English actor and screenwriter d. 2011
  • 1776 – Sophie Germain, French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher d. 1831
  • 1957 – Denise Nickerson, American actress d. 2019
  • 1964 – John Morris, English cricketer
  • 1824 – Louis-Zephirin Moreau, Canadian bishop d. 1901
  • 1963 – Teodoro de Villa Diaz, Filipino guitarist and songwriter d. 1988
                                     

3. Deaths

  • 1995 – Lucie Rie, Austrian-English potter b. 1902
  • 1205 – Amalric II, king of Cyprus and Jerusalem
  • 1950 – Recep Peker, Turkish soldier and politician, 6th Prime Minister of Turkey b. 1889
  • 1991 – Martha Graham, American dancer and choreographer b. 1894
  • 2014 – Rolf Rendtorff, German theologian and academic b. 1925
  • 996 – John XV, pope of the Catholic Church
  • 2014 – King Fleming, American pianist and bandleader b. 1922
  • 1528 – Francisco de Peñalosa, Spanish composer b. 1470
  • 2012 – Giorgio Chinaglia, Italian-American soccer player and radio host b. 1947
  • 1441 – Blanche I, queen of Navarre and Sicily b. 1387
  • 1865 – Giuditta Pasta, Italian soprano b. 1797
  • 1455 – Zbigniew Olesnicki, Polish cardinal and statesman b. 1389
  • 1924 – Lloyd Hildebrand, English cyclist b. 1870
  • 1995 – Francisco Moncion, Dominican American ballet dancer, choreographer, charter member of the New York City Ballet b. 1918
  • 1282 – Abaqa Khan, ruler of the Mongol Ilkhanate b. 1234
  • 1920 – Walter Simon, German banker and philanthropist b. 1857
  • 1962 – Jussi Kekkonen, Finnish captain and businessman b. 1910
  • 2006 – In Tam, Cambodian general and politician, 26th Prime Minister of Cambodia b. 1916
  • 1999 – Jesse Stone, American pianist, songwriter, and producer b. 1901
  • 1924 – Jacob Bolotin, American physician b. 1888
  • 1981 – Eua Sunthornsanan, Thai singer-songwriter and bandleader b. 1910
  • 1878 – John C.W. Daly, English-Canadian soldier and politician b. 1796
  • 1914 – Charles Wells, English founder of Charles Wells Ltd b. 1842
  • 1966 – Brian ONolan, Irish author b. 1911
  • 2019 – Vonda N. McIntyre, American science fiction author b. 1948
  • 1890 – Alexander Mozhaysky, Russian soldier, pilot, and engineer b. 1825
  • 1580 – Alonso Mudarra, Spanish guitarist and composer b. 1510
  • 2012 – Lionel Bowen, Australian soldier, lawyer, and politician, Deputy Prime Minister of Australia b. 1922
  • 1924 – Stan Rowley, Australian sprinter b. 1876
  • 1984 – Marvin Gaye, American singer-songwriter b. 1939
  • 1890 – David Wilber, American politician b. 1820
  • 2004 – Ioannis Kyrastas, Greek footballer and manager b. 1952
  • 670 – Hasan ibn Ali the secound Shia Imam b.624
  • 2015 – Nicolae Rainea, Romanian footballer and referee b. 1933
  • 2002 – Simo Hayha, Finnish soldier and sniper b. 1905
  • 1968 – Lev Landau, Azerbaijani-Russian physicist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate b. 1908
  • 1922 – Charles I, emperor of Austria b. 1887
  • 1839 – Benjamin Pierce, American soldier and politician, 11th Governor of New Hampshire b. 1757
  • 1204 – Eleanor of Aquitaine, queen of France and England b. 1122
  • 1621 – Cristofano Allori, Italian painter and educator b. 1577
  • 1976 – Max Ernst, German painter and sculptor b. 1891
  • 1986 – Erik Bruhn, Danish actor, director, and choreographer b. 1928
  • 1682 – Franz Egon of Furstenberg, Bavarian bishop b. 1625
  • 2004 – Carrie Snodgress, American actress b. 1945
  • 2003 – Leslie Cheung, Hong Kong singer-songwriter and actor b. 1956
  • 1998 – Rozz Williams, American singer-songwriter and guitarist b. 1963
  • 1984 – Elizabeth Goudge, English author b. 1900
  • 2017 – Yevgeny Yevtushenko, Soviet and Russian poet and writer b. 1932
  • 1947 – George II, king of Greece b. 1890
  • 1997 – Makar Honcharenko, Ukrainian footballer and manager b. 1912
  • 2010 – John Forsythe, American actor b. 1918
  • 2001 – Trinh Cong Sơn, Vietnamese guitarist and composer b. 1939
  • 1991 – Jaime Guzman, Chilean lawyer and politician b. 1946
  • 2012 – Miguel de la Madrid, Mexican banker, academic, and politician, 52nd President of Mexico, 1982-1988 b. 1934
  • 1987 – Henri Cochet, French tennis player b. 1901
  • 2017 – Lonnie Brooks, American blues singer and guitarist b. 1933
  • 1872 – Frederick Denison Maurice, English theologian and academic b. 1805
  • 2013 – Karen Muir, South African swimmer and physician b. 1952
  • 1787 – Floyer Sydenham, English scholar and academic b. 1710
  • 1994 – Robert Doisneau, French photographer b. 1912
  • 2005 – Robert Coldwell Wood, American political scientist and academic b. 1923
  • 2005 – Paul Bomani, Tanzanian politician and diplomat, 1st Tanzanian Minister of Finance b 1925
  • 1914 – Rube Waddell, American baseball player b. 1876
  • 1431 – Nuno Alvares Pereira, Portuguese general b. 1360
  • 2010 – Tzannis Tzannetakis, Greek soldier and politician, 175th Prime Minister of Greece b. 1927
  • 1085 – Shen Zong, Chinese emperor b. 1048
  • 1601 – Françoise dOrleans-Longueville, French princess b. 1549
  • 2014 – Jacques Le Goff, French historian and author b. 1924
  • 1995 – H. Adams Carter, American mountaineer, journalist, and educator b. 1914
  • 1917 – Scott Joplin, American pianist and composer b. 1868
  • 1950 – Charles R. Drew, American physician and surgeon b. 1904
  • 1965 – Helena Rubinstein, Polish-American businesswoman b. 1870
  • 1946 – Noah Beery, Sr., American actor b. 1882
  • 1922 – Hermann Rorschach, Swiss psychologist and author b. 1884
  • 1548 – Sigismund I, king of Poland b. 1467
  • 2018 – Steven Bochco, American television writer and producer b. 1943
  • 1132 – Hugh of Chateauneuf, French bishop b. 1053
  • 1992 – Michael Havers, Baron Havers, English lawyer and politician, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain b. 1923
  • 1993 – Alan Kulwicki, American race car driver b. 1954
  • 2013 – Moses Blah, Liberian general and politician, 23rd President of Liberia b. 1947


                                     

4. Holidays and observances

  • Walric, abbot of Leuconay
  • April 1 Eastern Orthodox liturgics
  • Nuno Alvares Pereira
  • Frederick Denison Maurice Episcopal Church USA)
  • Mary of Egypt
  • Melito of Sardis
  • Cellach of Armagh
  • Tewdrig
  • Christian feast day
  • Theodora
  • Hugh of Grenoble
  • Earliest day on which Sizdah Be-dar can fall, while April 2 is the latest; celebrated on the 13th day after vernal equinox. Iran
  • Civil Service Day Thailand
  • April Fools Day
  • Iranian Islamic Republic Day Iran falls on this day if the Vernal Equinox falls on March 21.
  • National Civil Service Day Thailand
  • Cyprus National Day Cyprus
  • Edible Book Day
  • Fossil Fools Day
  • Veneralia was held on April 1 during Ancient Rome, however this date does not lock into the modern Gregorian calendar.
  • Odisha Day Odisha, India
  • Arbor Day Tanzania
  • Kha b-Nisan, the Assyrian New Year Assyrian people
                                     
  • April Fools Day or April Fool s Day sometimes called All Fools Day is an annual custom on April 1 consisting of practical jokes and hoaxes. The player
  • April 1 Vidudala English: Freed on April 1 st is a 1991 Telugu comedy film produced by P. V. Bhaskar Rao under the Poorna Teja Creations banner, presented
  • 1 April 2000 is a 1952 political satire film directed by Wolfgang Liebeneiner and starring Hilde Krahl, made during the Allied Occupation of Austria 1945 55
  • All fixed commemorations below celebrated on April 14 by Orthodox Churches on the Old Calendar. For April 1 Orthodox Churches on the Old Calendar commemorate
  • held in April with the date varying. Other ancient Roman observances include Veneralia April 1 Megalesia April 10 16 Fordicidia April 15 Parilia
  • of the Internet and Internet - connected systems. Almost every April Fools Day 1 April since 1989, the Internet RFC Editor has published one or more
  • The tornado outbreak of April 1 2, 1974, affected much of the eastern and central United States. Four fatalities and more than seventy injuries were confirmed
  • April L. Sargent born April 1 1968 is an American former ice dancer. Skating with Russ Witherby, she won the gold medal at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships
  • Themes - Volume 1 March 79 - April 82 is box set released by Simple Minds. It was released on 24 September 1990 by Virgin Records. It documented the
                                     
  • By tradition, in some countries, April 1 or April Fools Day is marked by practical jokes. Notable practical jokes have appeared on radio and TV stations
  • The 1 April Attacks were a series of attacks across Cyprus in 1955 by the EOKA which led to the start of the Cyprus Emergency. Multiple British locations
  • April Sue - Lyn Jones 4 April 2007  c. 1 October 2012 was a child murder victim in Wales, UK. April from Machynlleth, Powys, Wales, who was aged five
  • April 4 is the 94th day of the year 95th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 271 days remain until the end of the year. On the Roman calendar
  • April 30 is the 120th day of the year 121st in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 245 days remain until the end of the year. 311 The Diocletianic
  • April 11 is the 101st day of the year 102nd in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 264 days remain until the end of the year. 491 Flavius Anastasius
  • The tornado outbreak and floods of April 28 May 1 2017 were a series of severe weather events that affected the central United States, producing life - threatening
  • The 1997 April Fool s Day blizzard was a major winter storm in the Northeastern United States on March 31 and April 1 1997. The storm dumped rain, sleet
  • April 21 is the 111th day of the year 112th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 254 days remain until the end of the year. 753 BC Romulus founds
  • April 29 is the 119th day of the year 120th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 246 days remain until the end of the year. 1091 Battle of Levounion:
  • April 7 is the 97th day of the year 98th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 268 days remain until the end of the year. 451 Attila the Hun sacks


                                     
  • April 10 is the 100th day of the year 101st in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 265 days remain until the end of the year. 428 Nestorius becomes
  • April 8 is the 98th day of the year 99th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 267 days remain until the end of the year. 217 Roman Emperor Caracalla
  • takes the drug three days later on April 19. 1944 World War II: Allied forces start bombing Belgrade, killing about 1 100 people. This bombing fell on
  • April 6 is the 96th day of the year 97th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 269 days remain until the end of the year. 46 BC Julius Caesar defeats
  • April 5 is the 95th day of the year 96th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 270 days remain until the end of the year. 823 Lothair I is crowned
  • April 14 is the 104th day of the year 105th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 261 days remain until the end of the year. 43 BC Battle of Forum
  • April 9 is the 99th day of the year 100th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 266 days remain until the end of the year. 190 Dong Zhuo has his
  • April 27 is the 117th day of the year 118th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 248 days remain until the end of the year. 33 BC Lucius Marcius
  • April 28 is the 118th day of the year 119th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 247 days remain until the end of the year. 224 The Battle of
  • April 2 is the 92nd day of the year 93rd in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 273 days remain until the end of the year. 1513 Spanish explorer

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April 1. Todays: Famous Birthdays Music history. 0527 Justinianus became the emperor of Byzantium. 1572 The Sea Beggars under Guillaume de la Marck. On This Day: April 1, 1864 The New York Times. 31 Mar 2019 While other brands might just do one or two jokes, Google goes all out on April 1st. Follow our Google April Fools roundup for 2019. April 1 in Spanish English to Spanish Translation SpanishDict. 1 Apr 2019 Scripture: John 8:33 36. 33 They answered him, We are descendants of Abraham and have never been slaves to anyone. What do you mean. Top 100 April Fools Day Hoaxes Of All Time The Museum of Hoaxes. 1 Apr 2019 Bloomberg Businessweek helps global leaders stay ahead with insights and in depth analysis on the people, companies, events, and trends.


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1 Apr 2019 About April 1, 2019 in the USA: Top News, Social Media, Day & Date Info. April Fools Day in. April Fools Day is falls on April 1 and is usually celebrated with various acts of foolishness. Learn about the history of April Fools Day. Table of Contents April 01, 2019, 202 7 The Journal of. SUBMIT YOUR SET. Every great performer should get the chance to play Alaska before they die. So let us help you with that. Alaska B4UDie Fest April 1 5th,. April Fools Day 2019: the best and cringiest pranks The Verge. April 1, 1957 The respected BBC news show Panorama announced that thanks to a very mild winter and the virtual elimination of the dreaded spaghetti weevil,. Oktane19 Join Okta April 1 4, 2019 in San Francisco. 1 Apr 2019 These are the approximate positions of the U.S. Navys deployed carrier strike groups and amphibious ready groups throughout the world as of. Daily Devotion April 1, 2019 Parish of Bay Roberts Coleys Point. 1 Apr 2019 The fast food giant, known for April Fools Day stunts like the chocolate Whopper and the in home ordering kiosk, busts out a Whopper today.


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The Private Company Council PCC met on Monday, April 1, 2019, and Tuesday, April 2, 2019. Below is a brief summary of issues addressed by the PCC at the. 1april hashtag on Twitter. 12 Aug 2019 A few months ago we promised to keep the conversation going about Trust and Safety here at Discord. Today, were proud to show you our. PCC Meeting Recap April 1 2, 2019 FASB. 1 Apr 2019 The Point, April 1, 2019 The Strangest Stories From Florida So Far In 2019 Since its April Fools Day, this feels as valid a moment as any to.


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Get a summary of the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Phoenix Suns basketball game. April 1 pedia. The American Battlefield Trusts map of the April 1, 1865 battle of Five Forks, one of the crucial battles of the Appomattox campaign and the end of the Civil War. April Fools Day: Origin and History Infoplease. A poisson davril is a joke made on April 1st. For April Fools in France, children try to stick a fish picture on their friends back. When the joke is discovered, they. April 1 WEEKLY CALENDAR OF EVENTS Lavana. 10 Apr 2019 Every day, the Metropolitan Police Department works to recover and investigate illegal firearms in Washington D.C. In addition to our patrol.


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April Fools Day, also known as All Fools Day is not a national holiday. April Holidays Foodimentary National Food Holidays. Utah expanded Medicaid up to the federal poverty level FPL and more than 34.000 adults are already receiving coverage since April 1, 2019. Additionally. 1 April Harry Potter FANDOM powered by a. 1 Apr 2019 April 1 WEEKLY CALENDAR OF EVENTS. Monday, April 1, 2019 6:30 PM. Saturday, April 6, 2019 PM. Google Calendar. The JPMA Show: April 1 & 2, 2020 Dallas, TX. Doing Critical GIS is a pre AAG workshop to be held Monday, April 1st and Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019 at Red Emmas Worker Cooperative Coffeehouse and. Celebrity birthdays for the week of April 1 7 WTOP. Leading obesity conference for physicians and healthcare providers offering clinical obesity treatment education. Phoenix, AZ April 1 5 2020 30 CME CE. Why Is April 1 a Day to Celebrate Foolishness? HowStuffWorks. 1 Apr 2019 More from The Armstrong & Getty Show. The hugely popular weekday The Armstrong & Getty Show is wildly entertaining, informative and lau.


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