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ⓘ March 4

  • 1849 – President-Elect Zachary Taylor and Vice President-Elect Millard Fillmore did not take their respective Oaths of office, leading to the theory that outgoing President Pro Tempore of the United States Senate David Rice Atchison assumed the role of Acting President of the United States for one day.
  • 1890 – The longest bridge in Great Britain, the Forth Bridge in Scotland, measuring 1.710 feet 520 m long, is opened by the Duke of Rothesay, later King Edward VII.
  • 1665 – English King Charles II declares war on the Netherlands marking the start of the Second Anglo-Dutch War.
  • 852 – Croatian Knez Trpimir I issues a statute, a document with the first known written mention of the Croats name in Croatian sources.
  • 1882 – Britains first electric trams run in east London.
  • 1976 – The Northern Ireland Constitutional Convention is formally dissolved in Northern Ireland resulting in direct rule of Northern Ireland from London by the British parliament.
  • 1351 – Ramathibodi becomes King of Siam.
  • 1813 – Cyril VI of Constantinople is elected Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople.
  • 1152 – Frederick I Barbarossa is elected King of Germany.
  • 1990 – American basketball player Hank Gathers dies after collapsing during the semifinals of a West Coast Conference Tournament game.
  • 1238 – The Battle of the Sit River is fought in the northern part of the present-day Yaroslavl Oblast of Russia between the Mongol hordes of Batu Khan and the Russians under Yuri II of Vladimir-Suzdal during the Mongol invasion of Rus.
  • 1933 – Frances Perkins becomes United States Secretary of Labor, the first female member of the United States Cabinet.
  • 1493 – Explorer Christopher Columbus arrives back in Lisbon, Portugal, aboard his ship Niña from his voyage to what are now The Bahamas and other islands in the Caribbean.
  • 1861 – The first national flag of the Confederate States of America the "Stars and Bars" is adopted.
  • 1966 – In an interview in the London Evening Standard, The Beatles John Lennon declares that the band is "more popular than Jesus now".
  • 1913 – The United States Department of Labor is formed.
  • 1794 – The 11th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is passed by the U.S. Congress.
  • 1943 – World War II: The Battle of the Bismarck Sea in the south-west Pacific comes to an end.
  • 1941 – World War II: The United Kingdom launches Operation Claymore on the Lofoten Islands; the first large scale British Commando raid.
  • 1908 – The Collinwood school fire, Collinwood near Cleveland, Ohio, kills 174 people.
  • 1899 – Cyclone Mahina sweeps in north of Cooktown, Queensland, with a 12 metres 39 ft wave that reaches up to 5 kilometres 3.1 mi inland, killing over 300.
  • 2009 – The International Criminal Court ICC issues an arrest warrant for Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir for war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur. Al-Bashir is the first sitting head of state to be indicted by the ICC since its establishment in 2002.
  • 1913 – First Balkan War: The Greek army engages the Turks at Bizani, resulting in victory two days later.
  • 938 – Translation of the relics of martyr Wenceslaus I, Duke of Bohemia, Prince of the Czechs.
  • 1628 – The Massachusetts Bay Colony is granted a Royal charter.
  • 1933 – The Parliament of Austria is suspended because of a quibble over procedure – Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss initiates an authoritarian rule by decree.
  • 1962 – A Caledonian Airways Douglas DC-7 crashes shortly after takeoff from Cameroon, killing 111 – the worst crash of a DC-7.
  • 1917 – Jeannette Rankin of Montana becomes the first female member of the United States House of Representatives.
  • 1986 – The Soviet Vega 1 begins returning images of Halleys Comet and the first images of its nucleus.
  • 2018 – Former MI6 spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter are poisoned with a Novichok nerve agent in Salisbury, England, causing a diplomatic uproar that results in mass-expulsions of diplomats from all countries involved.
  • 1996 – A derailed train in Weyauwega, Wisconsin USA causes the emergency evacuation of 2.300 people for 16 days.
  • 1998 – Gay rights: Oncale v. Sundowner Offshore Services, Inc.: The Supreme Court of the United States rules that federal laws banning on-the-job sexual harassment also apply when both parties are the same sex.
  • 306 – Martyrdom of Saint Adrian of Nicomedia.
  • 1791 – Vermont is admitted to the United States as the fourteenth state.
  • 1681 – Charles II grants a land charter to William Penn for the area that will later become Pennsylvania.
  • 2012 – A series of explosions is reported at a munitions dump in Brazzaville, the capital of the Republic of the Congo, killing at least 250 people.
  • 1966 – A Canadian Pacific Air Lines DC-8-43 explodes on landing at Tokyo International Airport, killing 64 people.
  • 1865 – The third and final national flag of the Confederate States of America is adopted by the Confederate Congress.
  • 1970 – French submarine Eurydice explodes underwater, resulting in the loss of the entire 57-man crew.
  • 1791 – The Constitutional Act of 1791 is introduced by the British House of Commons in London which envisages the separation of Canada into Lower Canada Quebec and Upper Canada Ontario.
  • 1974 – People magazine is published for the first time in the United States as People Weekly.
  • 1960 – The French freighter La Coubre explodes in Havana, Cuba, killing 100.
  • 1985 – The Food and Drug Administration approves a blood test for AIDS infection, used since then for screening all blood donations in the United States.
  • 1943 – World War II: The Battle of Fardykambos, one of the first major battles between the Greek Resistance and the occupying Royal Italian Army, begins. It ends on 6 March with the surrender of an entire Italian battalion and the liberation of the town of Grevena.
  • 1790 – France is divided into 83 departements, cutting across the former provinces in an attempt to dislodge regional loyalties based on ownership of land by the nobility.
  • 1675 – John Flamsteed is appointed the first Astronomer Royal of England.
  • 2001 – BBC bombing: A massive car bomb explodes in front of the BBC Television Centre in London, seriously injuring one person; the attack was attributed to the Real IRA.
  • 1797 – John Adams is inaugurated as the 2nd President of the United States of America, becoming the first President to begin his presidency on March 4.
  • 1804 – Castle Hill Rebellion: Irish convicts rebel against British colonial authority in the Colony of New South Wales.
  • 2020 – Former Daredevil Nik Wallenda is the first person to walk over the Masaya Volcano in Nicaragua.
  • 2002 – Afghanistan: Seven American Special Operations Forces soldiers and 200 Al-Qaeda Fighters are killed as American forces attempt to infiltrate the Shah-i-Kot Valley on a low-flying helicopter reconnaissance mission.
  • 1977 – The 1977 Vrancea earthquake in eastern and southern Europe kills more than 1.500, mostly in Bucharest, Romania.
  • 1789 – In New York City, the first Congress of the United States meets, putting the United States Constitution into effect. The United States Bill of Rights is written and proposed to Congress.
  • 1776 – American Revolutionary War: The Continental Army fortifies Dorchester Heights with cannon, leading the British troops to abandon the Siege of Boston.
  • 1837 – The city of Chicago is incorporated.
  • 1909 – U.S. President William Taft used what became known as a Saxbe fix, a mechanism to avoid the restriction of the U.S. Constitutions Ineligibility Clause, to appoint Philander C. Knox as U.S. Secretary of State.
  • 1386 – Wladyslaw II Jagiello Jogaila is crowned King of Poland.
  • 1980 – Nationalist leader Robert Mugabe wins a sweeping election victory to become Zimbabwes first black prime minister.
  • 1814 – Americans defeat British forces at the Battle of Longwoods between London, Ontario and Thamesville, near present-day Wardsville, Ontario.
  • 1933 – Franklin D. Roosevelt becomes the 32nd President of the United States.
  • AD 51 – Nero, later to become Roman emperor, is given the title princeps iuventutis head of the youth.
  • 1519 – Hernan Cortes arrives in Mexico in search of the Aztec civilization and its wealth.
  • 1848 – Carlo Alberto di Savoia signs the Statuto Albertino that will later represent the first constitution of the Regno dItalia.
  • 1957 – The S&P 500 stock market index is introduced, replacing the S&P 90.
  • 1944 – World War II: After the success of Big Week, the USAAF begins a daylight bombing campaign of Berlin.
  • 1461 – Wars of the Roses in England: Lancastrian King Henry VI is deposed by his House of York cousin, who then becomes King Edward IV.
  • 2015 – At least 34 miners die in a suspected gas explosion at the Zasyadko coal mine in the rebel-held Donetsk region of Ukraine.
                                     

1. Births

  • 1932 – Ed Roth, American illustrator d. 2001
  • 1938 – Paula Prentiss, American actress
  • 1959 – Plamen Getov, Bulgarian footballer
  • 1975 – Mats Eilertsen, Norwegian bassist and composer
  • 1904 – Luis Carrero Blanco, Spanish admiral and politician, 69th President of the Government of Spain d. 1973
  • 1966 – Grand Puba, American rapper
  • 1946 – Michael Ashcroft, English businessman and politician
  • 1953 – Daniel Woodrell, American novelist and short story writer
  • 1983 – Jaque Fourie, South African rugby player
  • 1931 – Alice Rivlin, American economist and politician d. 2019
  • 1877 – Alexander Goedicke, Russian pianist and composer d. 1957
  • 1519 – Hindal Mirza, Mughal emperor d. 1551
  • 1948 – Shakin Stevens, British singer-songwriter
  • 1947 – David Franzoni, American screenwriter and film producer
  • 1911 – Charles Greville, 7th Earl of Warwick, English actor d. 1984
  • 1968 – Graham Westley, English footballer and manager
  • 1881 – Thomas Sigismund Stribling, American lawyer and author d. 1965
  • 1847 – Carl Josef Bayer, Austrian chemist and academic d. 1904
  • 1888 – Emma Richter, German paleontologist d. 1956
  • 1945 – Gary Williams, American basketball player and coach
  • 1968 – Giovanni Carrara, Venezuelan baseball player
  • 1781 – Rebecca Gratz, American educator and philanthropist d. 1869
  • 1971 – Anders Kjolholm, Danish bass player
  • 1938 – Angus MacLise, American drummer and composer d. 1979
  • 1937 – Barney Wilen, French saxophonist and composer d. 1996
  • 1951 – Zoran Zizic, Montenegrin politician, 4th Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia d. 2013
  • 1976 – Tommy Jonsson, Swedish footballer
  • 1914 – Robert R. Wilson, American physicist, sculptor, and architect d. 2000
  • 1899 – Emilio Prados, Spanish poet and author d. 1962
  • 1946 – Danny Frisella, American baseball player d. 1977
  • 1989 – Benjamin Kiplagat, Ugandan long-distance runner
  • 1826 – Theodore Judah, American engineer, founded the Central Pacific Railroad d. 1863
  • 1985 – Whitney Port, American fashion designer and author
  • 1921 – Dinny Pails, English-Australian tennis player d. 1986
  • 1984 – Zak Whitbread, American-English footballer
  • 1962 – Stephan Reimertz, German historian and author
  • 1973 – Penny Mordaunt, English lieutenant and politician, Minister of State for the Armed Forces
  • 1863 – R. I. Pocock, English zoologist and archaeologist d. 1947
  • 1992 – Karl Mool, Estonian footballer
  • 1961 – Roger Wessels, South African golfer and educator
  • 1881 – Richard C. Tolman, American physicist and chemist d. 1948
  • 1967 – Sam Taylor-Johnson, English filmmaker and photographer
  • 1873 – John H. Trumbull, American colonel and politician, 70th Governor of Connecticut d. 1961
  • 1884 – Lee Shumway, American actor d. 1959
  • 1715 – James Waldegrave, 2nd Earl Waldegrave, English historian and politician d. 1763
  • 1931 – William Henry Keeler, American cardinal d. 2017
  • 1940 – David Plante, American novelist
  • 1908 – Thomas Shaw, American singer and guitarist d. 1977
  • 1916 – Hans Eysenck, German-English psychologist and theorist d. 1997
  • 1883 – Robert Emmett Keane, American actor d. 1981
  • 1967 – Ivan Lewis, English lawyer and politician, Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
  • 1967 – Daryll Cullinan, South African cricketer and coach
  • 1974 – Mladen Krstajic, Serbian footballer and manager
  • 1954 – Peter Jacobsen, American golfer and sportscaster
  • 1969 – Wayne Collins, English footballer, midfielder
  • 1878 – Takeo Arishima, Japanese author and critic d. 1923
  • 1729 – Anne dArpajon, French wife of Philippe de Noailles d. 1794
  • 1971 – Satoshi Motoyama, Japanese race car driver
  • 1938 – Don Perkins, American football player and sportscaster
  • 1883 – Sam Langford, Canadian-American boxer d. 1956
  • 1888 – Rafaela Ottiano, Italian-American actress d. 1942
  • 1965 – Khaled Hosseini, Afghan-born American novelist
  • 1932 – Ryszard Kapuscinski, Polish journalist, photographer, and poet d. 2007
  • 1937 – Yuri Senkevich, Russian physician and explorer d. 2003
  • 1994 – AJ Tracey, British hip-hop artist and record producer
  • 1986 – Siim Roops, Estonian footballer
  • 1972 – Alison Wheeler, English singer-songwriter
  • 1655 – Fra Galgario, Italian painter d. 1743
  • 1871 – Boris Galerkin, Russian mathematician and engineer d. 1945
  • 1968 – Patsy Kensit, English model and actress
  • 1935 – Bent Larsen, Danish chess player and author d. 2010
  • 1910 – Tancredo Neves, Brazilian lawyer and politician, Prime Minister of Brazil d. 1985
  • 1981 – Ariza Makukula, Portuguese footballer
  • 1782 – Johann Rudolf Wyss, Swiss philosopher, author, and academic d. 1830
  • 1915 – Laszlo Csatary, Hungarian art dealer d. 2013
  • 1958 – Tina Smith, American politician, junior senator of Minnesota
  • 1912 – Ferdinand Leitner, German conductor and composer d. 1996
  • 1980 – Phil McGuire, Scottish footballer and manager
  • 1822 – Jules Antoine Lissajous, French mathematician and academic d. 1880
  • 1972 – Jos Verstappen, Dutch race car driver
  • 1983 – Drew Houston, American billionaire and Internet entrepreneur
  • 1602 – Kanō Tanyū, Japanese painter d. 1674
  • 1948 – Jean OLeary, American nun and activist d. 2005
  • 1972 – Katherine Center, American journalist and author
  • 1993 – Bobbi Kristina Brown, American singer and actress d. 2015
  • 1990 – Paddy Madden, Irish footballer
  • 1974 – ICS Vortex, Norwegian singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1942 – Lynn Sherr, American journalist and author
  • 1912 – Carl Marzani, Italian-American activist and publisher d. 1994
  • 1968 – Jorge Celedon, Colombian singer
  • 1634 – Kazimierz Lyszczynski, Polish philosopher d. 1689
  • 1932 – Frank Wells, American businessman d. 1994
  • 1889 – Oscar Chisini, Italian mathematician and statistician d. 1967
  • 1939 – Robert Shaye, American film producer
  • 1870 – Thomas Sturge Moore, English author and poet d. 1944
  • 1793 – Karl Lachmann, German philologist and critic d. 1851
  • 1938 – Anton Balasingham, Sri Lankan-English negotiator d. 2006
  • 1984 – Spencer Larsen, American football player
  • 1996 – Lukas Webb, Australian rules footballer
  • 1792 – Isaac Lea, American conchologist, geologist, and publisher d. 1886
  • 1888 – Knute Rockne, American football player and coach d. 1931
  • 1909 – George Edward Holbrook, American chemist and engineer d. 1987
  • 1986 – Bohdan Shust, Ukrainian footballer
  • 1957 – Nicholas Coleridge, English journalist and businessman
  • 1484 – George, margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach d. 1543
  • 1965 – Paul W. S. Anderson, English director, producer, and screenwriter
  • 1967 – Dave Rayner, English cyclist d. 1994
  • 1951 – Pete Haycock, English singer-songwriter and guitarist d. 2013
  • 1926 – Pascual Perez, Argentinian boxer d. 1977
  • 1947 – Bob Lewis, American guitarist
  • 1975 – Kristi Harrower, Australian basketball player
  • 1934 – Sandra Reynolds, South African tennis player
  • 1863 – John Henry Wigmore, American academic and jurist d. 1943
  • 1867 – Charles Pelot Summerall, senior United States Army officer d. 1955
  • 1894 – Charles Corm, Lebanese businessman and philanthropist d. 1963
  • 1917 – Clyde McCullough, American baseball player, coach, and manager d. 1982
  • 1987 – Tamzin Merchant, English actress
  • 1953 – Ray Price, Australian rugby player and sportscaster
  • 1897 – Lefty ODoul, American baseball player and manager d. 1969
  • 895 – Liu Zhiyuan, founder of the Later Han Dynasty d. 948
  • 1986 – Manu Vatuvei, New Zealand rugby league player
  • 1960 – Chonda Pierce, American comedian
  • 1982 – Cate Edwards, American lawyer and author
  • 1925 – Alan R. Battersby, English chemist and academic d. 2018
  • 1760 – William Payne, English painter d. 1830
  • 1971 – Iain Baird, Canadian soccer player and manager
  • 1951 – Edelgard Bulmahn, German educator and politician, German Federal Minister of Education and Research
  • 1984 – Tamir Cohen, Israeli footballer
  • 1906 – Avery Fisher, American violinist and engineer, founded Fisher Electronics d. 1994
  • 1980 – Giedrius Gustas, Lithuanian basketball player
  • 1985 – Chinedum Ndukwe, American football player
  • 1526 – Henry Carey, 1st Baron Hunsdon d. 1596
  • 1919 – Buck Baker, American race car driver d. 2002
  • 1969 – Annie Yi, Taiwanese singer, actress, and writer
  • 1988 – Laura Siegemund, German tennis player
  • 1982 – Yasemin Mori, Turkish singer
  • 1876 – Theodore Hardeen, Hungarian-American magician d. 1945
  • 1942 – David Matthews, American keyboard player and composer
  • 1932 – Miriam Makeba, South African singer-songwriter and actress d. 2008
  • 1974 – Tommy Phelps, South Korean-American baseball player and coach
  • 1943 – Aldo Rico, Argentinian commander and politician
  • 1936 – Eric Allandale, Dominican trombonist and songwriter d. 2001
  • 1951 – Sam Perlozzo, American baseball player and manager
  • 1394 – Henry the Navigator, Portuguese explorer d. 1460
  • 1908 – T. R. M. Howard, American surgeon and activist d. 1976
  • 1986 – Mike Krieger, Brazilian-American computer programmer and businessman, co-founded Instagram
  • 1990 – Fran Merida, Spanish footballer
  • 1826 – John Buford, American general d. 1863
  • 1947 – Pēteris Plakidis, Latvian pianist and composer
  • 1756 – Henry Raeburn, Scottish painter and educator d. 1823
  • 1923 – Russell Freeburg, American journalist and author
  • 1651 – John Somers, 1st Baron Somers, English lawyer, jurist, and politician, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain d. 1716
  • 1932 – Sigurd Jansen, Norwegian pianist, composer, and conductor
  • 1927 – Thayer David, American actor d. 1978
  • 1901 – Wilbur R. Franks, Canadian scientist, invented the g-suit d. 1986
  • 1962 – Simon Bisley, English author and illustrator
  • 1965 – John Murphy British film composer
  • 1826 – August Johann Gottfried Bielenstein, German linguist, ethnographer, and theologian d. 1907
  • 1938 – Allan Kornblum, American police officer and judge d. 2010
  • 1986 – Tom De Mul, Belgian footballer
  • 1770 – Joseph Jacotot, French philosopher and academic d. 1840
  • 1941 – John Hancock, American film and television actor d. 1992
  • 1938 – Adam Daniel Rotfeld, Polish academic and politician, Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • 1940 – Wolfgang Hoffmann-Riem, German scholar and judge
  • 1889 – Oren E. Long, American soldier and politician, 10th Territorial Governor of Hawaii d. 1965
  • 1996 – Noah Matthews, American actor
  • 1973 – Phillip Daniels, American football player and coach
  • 1952 – Ronn Moss, American singer-songwriter and actor
  • 1966 – Emese Hunyady, Hungarian speed skater
  • 1942 – Charles C. Krulak, American general
  • 1937 – William Deverell, Canadian lawyer, author, and activist
  • 1877 – Garrett Morgan, African-American inventor d. 1963
  • 1902 – Rachel Messerer, Lithuanian-Russian actress d. 1993
  • 1915 – Carlos Surinach, Spanish-Catalan composer and conductor d. 1997
  • 1826 – Elme Marie Caro, French philosopher and academic d. 1887
  • 1875 – Mihaly Karolyi, Hungarian politician, President of the Hungary d. 1955
  • 1939 – Jack Fisher, American baseball player
  • 1866 – Eugene Cosserat, French mathematician and astronomer d. 1931
  • 1980 – Scott Hamilton, New Zealand rugby player and coach
  • 1867 – Jacob L. Beilhart, American activist, founded the Spirit Fruit Society d. 1908
  • 1949 – Carroll Baker, Canadian singer-songwriter
  • 1974 – Bill Young, Australian rugby player
  • 1888 – Jeff Pfeffer, American baseball player d. 1972
  • 1914 – Ward Kimball, American animator, producer, and screenwriter d. 2002
  • 1964 – Dave Colclough, Welsh computer programmer and poker player
  • 1938 – Alpha Conde, Guinean politician, President of Guinea
  • 1931 – Bob Johnson, American ice hockey player and coach d. 1991
  • 1982 – Ludmila Ezhova, Russian gymnast
  • 1971 – Emily Bazelon, American journalist
  • 1926 – Don Rendell, English saxophonist and flute player d. 2015
  • 1923 – Patrick Moore, English astronomer and television host d. 2012
  • 1966 – Kevin Johnson, American basketball player and politician, 55th Mayor of Sacramento
  • 1878 – Egbert Van Alstyne, American pianist and songwriter d. 1951
  • 1745 – Charles Dibdin, English actor, playwright, and composer d. 1814
  • 1951 – Glenis Willmott, English scientist and politician
  • 1856 – Alfred William Rich, English painter, author, and educator d. 1921
  • 1760 – Hugh Ronalds, British nurseryman who cultivated and documented 300 varieties of apples d. 1833
  • 1986 – Margo Harshman, American actress
  • 1977 – Traver Rains, American fashion designer and photographer
  • 1903 – Dorothy Mackaill, English-American actress and singer d. 1990
  • 1882 – Nicolae Titulescu, Romanian academic and politician, 61st Romanian Minister of Foreign Affairs d. 1941
  • 1995 – Bill Milner, English actor
  • 1929 – Peter Swerling, American theoretician and engineer d. 2000
  • 1985 – Jake Buxton, English footballer
  • 1973 – Valery Kobelev, Russian ski jumper
  • 1994 – Callum Harriott, English footballer
  • 1975 – Antti Aalto, Finnish ice hockey player
  • 1920 – Alan MacNaughtan, Scottish-English actor d. 2002
  • 2002 – Jacob Hopkins, American actor
  • 1973 – Massimo Brambilla, Italian footballer and coach
  • 1895 – Milt Gross, American animator, director, and screenwriter d. 1953
  • 1823 – George Caron, Canadian businessman and politician d. 1902
  • 1967 – Evan Dando, American singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1973 – Linus of Hollywood, American singer-songwriter and producer
  • 1987 – Ben McKinley, Australian footballer
  • 1926 – Prince Michel of Bourbon-Parma, French businessman, soldier and race car driver d. 2018
  • 1873 – Guy Wetmore Carryl, American journalist and poet d. 1904
  • 1929 – Bernard Haitink, Dutch violinist and conductor
  • 1963 – Jason Newsted, American heavy metal singer-songwriter and bass player
  • 1916 – Giorgio Bassani, Italian author and poet d. 2000
  • 1980 – Rohan Bopanna, Indian tennis player
  • 1980 – Omar Bravo, Mexican footballer
  • 1828 – Owen Wynne Jones, Welsh clergyman and poet d. 1870
  • 1937 – Graham Dowling, New Zealand cricketer
  • 1944 – Bobby Womack, American singer-songwriter d. 2014
  • 1880 – Channing Pollock, American playwright and critic d. 1946
  • 1884 – Red Murray, American baseball player d. 1958
  • 1931 – Wally Bruner, American journalist and television host d. 1997
  • 1899 – Peter Illing, Austrian born, British film and television actor d. 1966
  • 1965 – Andrew Collins, English journalist and screenwriter
  • 1972 – Robert Smith, American football player and sportscaster
  • 1984 – Josh Bowman, English actor
  • 1977 – Nacho Figueras, Argentinian polo player and model
  • 1987 – Cameron Wood, Australian footballer
  • 1974 – Crowbar, American wrestler
  • 1965 – Greg Alexander, Australian rugby league player and sportscaster
  • 1864 – David W. Taylor, American admiral, architect, and engineer d. 1940
  • 1889 – Pearl White, American actress d. 1938
  • 1973 – Chandra Sekhar Yeleti, Indian director and screenwriter
  • 1952 – Umberto Tozzi, Italian singer-songwriter and producer
  • 1951 – Kenny Dalglish, Scottish footballer and manager
  • 1986 – Steven Burke, English road and track cyclist
  • 1974 – David Wagner, American tennis player and educator
  • 1891 – Dazzy Vance, American baseball player d. 1961
  • 1921 – Halim El-Dabh, Egyptian-American composer and educator d. 2017
  • 1990 – Draymond Green, American basketball player
  • 1678 – Antonio Vivaldi, Italian violinist and composer d. 1741
  • 1975 – Patrick Femerling, German basketball player
  • 1950 – Safet Plakalo, Bosnian author and playwright d. 2015
  • 1925 – Paul Mauriat, French conductor and composer d. 2006
  • 1879 – Bernhard Kellermann, German author and poet d. 1951
  • 1957 – Mykelti Williamson, American actor and director
  • 1951 – Chris Rea, English singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1945 – Tommy Svensson, Swedish footballer and manager
  • 1964 – Tom Lampkin, American baseball player and sportscaster
  • 1948 – Mike Moran, English musician, songwriter and record producer
  • 1953 – Emilio Estefan, Cuban-American drummer and producer
  • 1922 – Dina Pathak, Indian actor and director d. 2002
  • 1820 – Francesco Bentivegna, Italian rebel leader d. 1856
  • 1952 – Svend Robinson, American-Canadian lawyer and politician
  • 1665 – Philip Christoph von Konigsmarck, Swedish soldier d. 1694
  • 1933 – Nino Vaccarella, Italian race car driver
  • 1995 – Chloe Howl, British singer-songwriter
  • 1934 – John Duffey, American singer-songwriter and guitarist d. 1996
  • 1979 – Sarah Stock, Canadian wrestler and trainer
  • 1927 – Jacques Dupin, French poet and critic d. 2012
  • 1926 – Henri de Contenson, French archaeologist and academic d. 2019
  • 1988 – Adam Watts, English footballer
  • 1966 – Helmut Mayer, Austrian skier
  • 1893 – Charles Herbert Colvin, American engineer, co-founded the Pioneer Instrument Company d. 1985
  • 1876 – Leon-Paul Fargue, French poet and author d. 1947
  • 1959 – Rick Ardon, Australian journalist
  • 1903 – William C. Boyd, American immunologist and chemist d. 1983
  • 1927 – Phil Batt, American soldier and politician, 29th Governor of Idaho
  • 1702 – Jack Sheppard, English criminal d. 1724
  • 1906 – Georges Ronsse, Belgian cyclist and manager d. 1969
  • 1937 – Leslie H. Gelb, American journalist and author
  • 1980 – Aja Volkman, American singer-songwriter
  • 1913 – John Garfield, American actor and singer d. 1952
  • 1944 – Len Walker, English footballer and manager
  • 1975 – Hawksley Workman, Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1992 – Erik Lamela, Argentinian international footballer, midfielder
  • 1966 – Fiona Ma, American accountant and politician
  • 1974 – Ariel Ortega, Argentinian footballer
  • 1942 – Gloria Gaither, American singer-songwriter
  • 1944 – Anthony Ichiro Sanda, Japanese-American physicist and academic
  • 1964 – Brian Crowley, Irish lawyer and politician
  • 1745 – Casimir Pulaski, Polish-American general d. 1779
  • 1918 – Margaret Osborne duPont, American tennis player d. 2012
  • 1778 – Robert Emmet, Irish commander d. 1803
  • 1861 – Arthur Cushman McGiffert, American theologian and author d. 1933
  • 1921 – Joan Greenwood, English actress d. 1987
  • 1920 – Jean Lecanuet, French politician, French Minister of Justice d. 1993
  • 1898 – Hans Krebs, German general d. 1945
  • 1966 – Mike Small, American golfer and coach
  • 1901 – Charles Goren, American bridge player and author d. 1991
  • 1971 – Claire Baker, Scottish politician
  • 1951 – Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, South Korean-American author, director, and producer d. 1982
  • 1962 – Paul Canoville, English footballer
  • 1881 – Todor Aleksandrov, Bulgarian educator and activist d. 1924
  • 1769 – Muhammad Ali, Ottoman military leader and pasha d. 1849
  • 1909 – Harry Helmsley, American businessman d. 1997
  • 977 – Al-Musabbihi, Fatimid historian and official d. 1030
  • 1924 – Kenneth ODonnell, American soldier and politician d. 1977
  • 1934 – Mario Davidovsky, Argentinian-American composer and academic
  • 1954 – François Fillon, French lawyer and politician, Prime Minister of France
  • 1971 – Jason Croot, English actor and director
  • 1900 – Herbert Biberman, American director and screenwriter d. 1971
  • 1948 – Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton, New Zealand-Australian author
  • 1953 – Agusti Villaronga, Spanish actor, director, and screenwriter
  • 1954 – Irina Ratushinskaya, Russian poet and author
  • 1862 – Jacob Robert Emden, Swiss astrophysicist and meteorologist d. 1940
  • 1814 – Napoleon Collins, Rear Admiral of the United States Navy during the Mexican–American War and the American Civil War d. 1875
  • 1912 – Afro Basaldella, Italian painter and academic d. 1976
  • 1949 – Sergei Bagapsh, Abkhazian politician, 2nd President of Abkhazia d. 2011
  • 1968 – Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Greek banker and politician, Prime Minister of Greece
  • 1913 – Taos Amrouche, Algerian singer and author d. 1976
  • 1936 – Aribert Reimann, German pianist and composer
  • 1988 – Gal Mekel, Israeli basketball player
  • 1889 – Robert William Wood, English-American painter d. 1979
  • 1906 – Meindert DeJong, Dutch-American soldier and author d. 1991
  • 1898 – Georges Dumezil, French philologist and academic d. 1986
  • 1502 – Elisabeth of Hesse, princess of Saxony d. 1557
  • 1958 – Massimo Mascioletti, Italian rugby player and coach
  • 1948 – Tom Grieve, American baseball player, manager, and sportscaster
  • 1896 – Kai Holm, Danish actor and director d. 1985
  • 1967 – Kubilay Turkyilmaz, Swiss footballer
  • 1937 – Jose Araquistain, Spanish footballer
  • 1969 – Pierluigi Casiraghi, Italian footballer and manager
  • 1886 – Paul Bazelaire, French cellist and composer d. 1958
  • 1993 – Richard Peniket, English footballer
  • 1966 – Dav Pilkey, American author and illustrator
  • 1972 – Nocturno Culto, Norwegian singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1706 – Lauritz de Thurah, Danish architect, designed the Hermitage Hunting Lodge and Gammel Holtegård d. 1759
  • 1980 – Jack Hannahan, American baseball player
  • 1974 – Karol Kucera, Slovak tennis player
  • 1980 – Michael Henrich, American ice hockey player
  • 1978 – Pierre Dagenais, Canadian ice hockey player
  • 1903 – John Scarne, American magician and author d. 1985
  • 1922 – Richard E. Cunha, American director and cinematographer d. 2005
  • 1951 – Peter OSullivan, Welsh international footballer, winger
  • 1890 – Norman Bethune, Canadian soldier and physician d. 1939
  • 1919 – Tan Chee Khoon, Malaysian physician and politician d. 1996
  • 1946 – Patricia Kennealy-Morrison, American journalist and author
  • 1934 – Barbara McNair, American singer and actress d. 2007
  • 1492 – Francesco de Layolle, Italian organist and composer d. 1540
  • 1970 – Caroline Vis, Dutch tennis player
  • 1941 – Adrian Lyne, English director, producer, and screenwriter
  • 1914 – Barbara Newhall Follett, American author d. 1939
  • 1875 – Enrique Larreta, Argentinian historian and author d. 1961
  • 1980 – Suzanna Choffel, American singer-songwriter
  • 1984 – Jeremy Loops, South African singer-songwriter and record producer
  • 1965 – Yury Lonchakov, Russian colonel, pilot, and astronaut
  • 1990 – Andrea Bowen, American actress
  • 1946 – Haile Gerima, Ethiopian born US filmmaker
  • 1973 – Len Wiseman, American director, producer, and screenwriter
  • 1941 – James Zagel, American lawyer and judge
  • 1934 – Anne Haney, American actress d. 2001
  • 1953 – Reinhold Roth, German motorcycle racer
  • 1950 – Ofelia Medina, Mexican actress and screenwriter
  • 1955 – Tim Costello, Australian minister and politician
  • 1954 – Catherine OHara, Canadian-American actress and comedian
  • 1983 – Adam Deacon, English film actor, rapper, writer and director
  • 1942 – James Gustave Speth, American lawyer and politician
  • 1926 – Richard DeVos, American businessman and philanthropist, co-founded Amway d. 2018
  • 1942 – Zoran Sztevanovity, Serbian-Hungarian singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • 1928 – Samuel Adler, German-American composer and conductor
  • 1953 – John Edwards, Australian director and producer
  • 1937 – Richard B. Wright, Canadian journalist and author
  • 1978 – Jean-Marc Pelletier, American ice hockey player
  • 1950 – Rick Perry, American captain and politician, 47th Governor of Texas
  • 1958 – Patricia Heaton, American actress
  • 1953 – Chris Smith, American lawyer and politician
  • 1904 – Joseph Schmidt, Austrian-Hungarian tenor and actor d. 1942
  • 1982 – Landon Donovan, American soccer player and coach
  • 1893 – Adolph Lowe, German sociologist and economist d. 1995
  • 1964 – Paolo Virzì, Italian director and screenwriter
  • 1901 – Jean-Joseph Rabearivelo, Malagasy-French author, poet, and playwright d. 1937
  • 1981 – Helen Wyman, English cyclist
  • 1904 – George Gamow, Ukrainian-American physicist and cosmologist d. 1968
  • 1957 – Ron Fassler, American film and television actor and author
  • 1927 – Robert Orben, American magician and author
  • 1915 – Frank Sleeman, Australian lieutenant and politician, Lord Mayor of Brisbane d. 2000
  • 1970 – Will Keen, English actor
  • 1953 – Pawel Janas, Polish footballer and manager
  • 1923 – Francis King, English author and poet d. 2011
  • 1883 – Maude Fealy, American actress and screenwriter d. 1971
  • 1927 – Dick Savitt, American tennis player and businessman
  • 1978 – Denis Dallan, Italian rugby player and singer
  • 1854 – Napier Shaw, English meteorologist and academic d. 1945
  • 1954 – Timur Apakidze, Russian general and pilot d. 2001
  • 1918 – Kurt Dahlmann, German pilot, lawyer, and journalist d. 2017
  • 1976 – Robbie Blake, English footballer
  • 1984 – Anders Grondal, Norwegian race car driver
  • 1967 – Tim Vine, English comedian, actor, and author
  • 1948 – James Ellroy, American writer
  • 1719 – George Pigot, 1st Baron Pigot, English politician d. 1777
  • 1955 – Joey Jones, Welsh footballer and manager
  • 1934 – Janez Strnad, Slovenian physicist and academic d. 2015
  • 1902 – Russell Reeder, American soldier and author d. 1998
  • 1916 – William Alland, American actor, director, and producer d. 1997
  • 1954 – Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Korean American author d. 1982
  • 1947 – Jan Garbarek, Norwegian saxophonist and composer
  • 1188 – Blanche of Castile, French queen consort d. 1252
  • 1838 – Paul Lacome, French pianist, cellist, and composer d. 1920
  • 1967 – Terry Matterson, Australian rugby league player and coach
  • 1952 – Peter Kuhfeld, English painter
  • 1972 – Ivy Queen, Puerto Rican singer, songwriter, rapper, actress and record producer
  • 1992 – Nick Castellanos, American baseball player
  • 1851 – Alexandros Papadiamantis, Greek author and poet d. 1911
  • 1948 – Chris Squire, English singer-songwriter and bass guitarist d. 2015
  • 1903 – Malcolm Dole, American chemist and academic d. 1990
  • 1944 – Harvey Postlethwaite, English engineer d. 1999
  • 1992 – Bernd Leno, German footballer
  • 1961 – Ray Mancini, American boxer
  • 1935 – Edward Debicki, Ukrainian-Polish poet and composer
  • 1943 – Lucio Dalla, Italian singer-songwriter and actor d. 2012
  • 1961 – Steven Weber, American actor, producer, and screenwriter
  • 1928 – Alan Sillitoe, English novelist, short story writer, essayist, and poet d. 2010
  • 1817 – Edwards Pierrepont, American lawyer and politician, 34th United States Attorney General d. 1892
  • 1970 – Àlex Criville, Spanish motorcycle racer
  • 1971 – Geraldine ORawe, Northern Irish actress
  • 1936 – Jim Clark, Scottish race car driver d. 1968
  • 1907 – Edgar Barrier, American actor d. 1964
  • 1877 – Fritz Graebner, German geographer and ethnologist d. 1934
  • 1966 – Glen Nissen, Australian rugby league player
  • 1983 – Samuel Contesti, French-Italian figure skater
  • 1984 – Raven Quinn, American singer-songwriter
                                     

2. Deaths

  • 1996 – John Sauer, American football player, coach, and sportscaster b. 1925
  • 1969 – Nicholas Schenck, Russian-American businessman b. 1881
  • 1303 – Daniel of Moscow, Russian Grand Duke b. 1261
  • 2011 – Vivienne Harris, English journalist and publisher, co-founded the Jewish Telegraph b. 1921
  • 1916 – Franz Marc, German painter b. 1880
  • 1941 – Ludwig Quidde, German activist and politician, Nobel Prize laureate b. 1858
  • 1945 – Mark Sandrich, American director, producer, and screenwriter b. 1900
  • 1952 – Charles Scott Sherrington, English neurophysiologist and pathologist, Nobel Prize laureate b. 1857
  • 1944 – Louis Capone, Italian-American gangster b. 1896
  • 2017 – Clayton Yeutter, American politician b. 1930
  • 1976 – Walter H. Schottky, Swiss-German physicist and engineer b. 1886
  • 1977 – Anatol E. Baconsky, Romanian poet, author, and critic b. 1925
  • 1993 – Tomislav Ivcic, Croatian singer-songwriter and politician b. 1953
  • 1988 – Beatriz Guido, Argentine author and screenwriter b. 1924
  • 2014 – Mark Freidkin, Russian author and poet b. 1953
  • 2006 – Edgar Valter, Estonian author and illustrator b. 1929
  • 2005 – Carlos Sherman, Uruguayan-Belarusian author and activist b. 1934
  • 2008 – Gary Gygax, American game designer, co-created Dungeons & Dragons b. 1938
  • 2011 – Simon van der Meer, Dutch-Swiss physicist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate b. 1925
  • 1733 – Claude de Forbin, French admiral and politician b. 1656
  • 1866 – Alexander Campbell, Irish-American minister and theologian b. 1788
  • 1993 – Nicholas Ridley, Baron Ridley of Liddesdale, English lieutenant and politician, Secretary of State for the Environment b. 1929
  • 1938 – George Foster Peabody, American banker and philanthropist b. 1852
  • 1172 – Stephen III, king of Hungary b. 1147
  • 2010 – Fred Wedlock, English singer-songwriter and guitarist b. 1942
  • 1993 – Art Hodes, Ukrainian-American pianist and composer b. 1904
  • 1915 – William Willett, English inventor, founded British Summer Time b. 1856
  • 1992 – Pare Lorentz, American director, producer, and screenwriter b. 1905
  • 1980 – Alan Hardaker, English lieutenant and businessman b. 1912
  • 1903 – Joseph Henry Shorthouse, English author b. 1834
  • 1979 – Willi Unsoeld, American mountaineer and educator b. 1926
  • 1852 – Nikolai Gogol, Ukrainian-Russian short story writer, novelist, and playwright b. 1809
  • 1193 – Saladin, founder of the Ayyubid Sultanate b. 1137
  • 1888 – Amos Bronson Alcott, American philosopher and educator b. 1799
  • 2014 – Jack Kinzler, American engineer b. 1920
  • 2001 – Fred Lasswell, American cartoonist b. 1916
  • 1990 – Hank Gathers, American basketball player b. 1967
  • 1944 – Fannie Barrier Williams, American educator and activist b. 1855
  • 1805 – Jean-Baptiste Greuze, French painter b. 1725
  • 1864 – Thomas Starr King, American minister and politician b. 1824
  • 1925 – John Montgomery Ward, American baseball player and manager b. 1860
  • 1925 – Moritz Moszkowski, Polish-German pianist and composer b. 1854
  • 2014 – Wu Tianming, Chinese director and producer b. 1939
  • 2011 – Arjun Singh, Indian politician b. 1930
  • 1977 – William Paul, American lawyer and politician b. 1885
  • 2000 – Hermann Bruck, German-Scottish physicist and astronomer b. 1905
  • 2005 – Nicola Calipari, Italian general b. 1953
  • 1999 – Harry Blackmun, American lawyer and judge b. 1908
  • 1858 – Matthew C. Perry, American naval commander b. 1794
  • 1977 – Nancy Tyson Burbidge, Australian botanist and curator b. 1912
  • 1762 – Johannes Zick, German painter b. 1702
  • 2016 – Bud Collins, American journalist and sportscaster b. 1929
  • 2011 – Krishna Prasad Bhattarai, Nepalese journalist and politician, 29th Prime Minister of Nepal b. 1924
  • 2011 – Ed Manning, American basketball player and coach b. 1943
  • 2012 – Paul McBride, Scottish lawyer and politician b. 1965
  • 2001 – Jim Rhodes, American businessman and politician, 61st Governor of Ohio b. 1909
  • 2007 – Ian Wooldridge, English journalist b. 1932
  • 2001 – Gerardo Barbero, Argentinian chess player b. 1961
  • 1999 – Del Close, American actor and educator b. 1934
  • 2007 – Thomas Eagleton, American lawyer and politician, 38th Lieutenant Governor of Missouri b. 1929
  • 1811 – Mariano Moreno, Argentinian journalist, lawyer, and politician b. 1778
  • 1998 – Ivan Dougherty, Australian general b. 1907
  • 1906 – John Schofield, American general and politician, 28th United States Secretary of War b. 1831
  • 1996 – Minnie Pearl, American entertainer b. 1912
  • 1927 – Ira Remsen, American chemist and academic b. 1846
  • 2006 – John Reynolds Gardiner, American author and engineer b. 1944
  • 1853 – Thomas Bladen Capel, English admiral b. 1776
  • 2002 – Velibor Vasovic, Serbian footballer and manager b. 1939
  • 1974 – Adolph Gottlieb, American painter and sculptor b. 1903
  • 1989 – Tiny Grimes, American guitarist b. 1916
  • 2005 – Yuriy Kravchenko, Ukrainian police officer and politician b. 1951
  • 1484 – Saint Casimir, Polish prince b. 1458
  • 2013 – Toren Smith, Canadian businessman, founded Studio Proteus b. 1960
  • 2003 – Jaba Ioseliani, Georgian playwright, academic, and politician b. 1926
  • 480 – Landry of Sees, French bishop and saint
  • 1944 – Louis Buchalter, American mob boss b. 1897
  • 2000 – Ta-You Wu, Chinese physicist and academic b. 1907
  • 1986 – Elizabeth Smart, Canadian poet and author b. 1913
  • 1583 – Bernard Gilpin, English priest and theologian b. 1517
  • 2016 – Pat Conroy, American author b. 1945
  • 1993 – Izaak Kolthoff, Dutch chemist and academic b. 1894
  • 2001 – Harold Stassen, American educator and politician, 25th Governor of Minnesota b. 1907
  • 1238 – Joan of England, queen of Scotland b. 1210
  • 2010 – Johnny Alf, Brazilian pianist and composer b. 1929
  • 1972 – Harold Barrowclough, New Zealand general, lawyer, and politician, 8th Chief Justice of New Zealand b. 1894
  • 1949 – Clarence Kingsbury, English cyclist b. 1882
  • 1940 – Hamlin Garland, American novelist, poet, essayist, and short story writer b. 1860
  • 2000 – Michael Noonan, New Zealand-Australian author and screenwriter b. 1921
  • 1744 – John Anstis, English historian and politician b. 1669
  • 1795 – John Collins, American politician, 3rd Governor of Rhode Island b. 1717
  • 1938 – Jack Taylor, American baseball player b. 1874
  • 2008 – Leonard Rosenman, American composer and conductor b. 1924
  • 1925 – James Ward, English psychologist and philosopher b. 1843
  • 1948 – Antonin Artaud, French actor and director b. 1896
  • 1807 – Abraham Baldwin, American minister, lawyer, and politician b. 1754
  • 1994 – George Edward Hughes, Irish-Scottish philosopher and author b. 1918
  • 1986 – Richard Manuel, Canadian singer-songwriter and pianist b. 1943
  • 2010 – Raimund Abraham, Austrian architect and educator, designed the Austrian Cultural Forum New York b. 1933
  • 2015 – Ray Hatton, English-American runner, author, and academic b. 1932
  • 2011 – Alenush Terian, Iranian astronomer and physicist b. 1920
  • 1371 – Jeanne dEvreux, queen consort of France b. 1310
  • 2001 – Jean Rene Bazaine, French painter and author b. 1904
  • 2016 – Zhou Xiaoyan, Chinese soprano and educator b. 1917
  • 1981 – Torin Thatcher, American actor b. 1905
  • 1976 – John Marvin Jones, American judge and politician b. 1882
  • 2020 – Javier Perez de Cuellar, Peruvian politician and diplomat
  • 2016 – P. A. Sangma, Indian lawyer and politician, Speaker of the Lok Sabha b. 1947
  • 306 – Adrian and Natalia of Nicomedia, Christian martyrs
  • 1615 – Hans von Aachen, German painter and educator b. 1552
  • 1954 – Noel Gay, English composer and songwriter b. 1898
  • 1977 – Lutz Graf Schwerin von Krosigk, German jurist and politician, German Minister for Foreign Affairs b. 1887
  • 561 – Pelagius I, pope of the Catholic Church
  • 1238 – Yuri II, Russian Grand Prince b. 1189
  • 1944 – Rene Lefebvre, French businessman b. 1879
  • 2014 – Elaine Kellett-Bowman, English lawyer and politician b. 1923
  • 1496 – Sigismund, archduke of Austria b. 1427
  • 1978 – Joe Marsala, American clarinet player and songwriter b. 1907
  • 1960 – Herbert OConor, American soldier, lawyer, and politician, 51st Governor of Maryland b. 1896
  • 1710 – Louis III, duke of Bourbon b. 1668
  • 2009 – George McAfee, American football player b. 1918
  • 2019 – Luke Perry, American actor b. 1966
  • 1963 – William Carlos Williams, American poet, short story writer, and essayist b. 1883
  • 2015 – Dusan Bilandzic, Croatian historian and politician b. 1924
  • 2003 – Sebastien Japrisot, French author, screenwriter, and director b. 1931
  • 1853 – Christian Leopold von Buch, German geologist and paleontologist b. 1774
  • 1977 – Andres Caicedo, Colombian author, poet, and playwright b. 1951
  • 2009 – Horton Foote, American playwright and screenwriter b. 1916
  • 2002 – Ugne Karvelis, Lithuanian author and translator b. 1935
  • 2013 – Lillian Cahn, Hungarian-American businesswoman, co-founded Coach, Inc. b. 1923
  • 2012 – Don Mincher, American baseball player b. 1938
  • 1978 – Wesley Bolin, American businessman and politician, 15th Governor of Arizona b. 1909
  • 1851 – James Richardson, English explorer b. 1809
  • 2009 – Yvon Cormier, Canadian wrestler b. 1938
  • 1999 – Milosz Magin, Polish pianist and composer b. 1929
  • 2004 – Claude Nougaro, French singer-songwriter b. 1929
  • 1793 – Louis Jean Marie de Bourbon, Duke of Penthievre b. 1725
  • 1872 – Carsten Hauch, Danish poet and playwright b. 1790
  • 2018 – Davide Astori, Italian soccer player b. 1987
  • 2010 – Vladislav Ardzinba, Abkhazian historian and politician, 1st President of Abkhazia b. 1945
  • 2002 – Elyne Mitchell, Australian skier and author b. 1913
  • 2007 – Tadeusz Nalepa, Polish singer-songwriter and guitarist b. 1934
  • 1992 – Art Babbitt, American animator and director b. 1907
  • 1997 – Robert H. Dicke, American physicist and astronomer b. 1916
  • 1604 – Fausto Sozzini, Italian theologian and educator b. 1539
  • 1991 – Godfrey Bryan, English cricketer b. 1902
  • 1981 – Karl-Jesko von Puttkamer, German admiral b. 1900
  • 1997 – Joe Baker-Cresswell, English captain b. 1901
  • 2019 – Keith Flint, English singer The Prodigy b. 1969
  • 1832 – Jean-François Champollion, French philologist and scholar b. 1790
  • 1314 – Jakub Swinka, Polish priest and archbishop
  • 1995 – Matt Urban, American colonel, Medal of Honor recipient b. 1919
  • 1883 – Alexander H. Stephens, American lawyer and politician, Vice President of the Confederate States of America b. 1812
  • 1388 – Thomas Usk, English author
  • 1945 – Lucille La Verne, American actress b. 1872
  • 934 – Abdullah al-Mahdi Billah, Fatimid caliph b. 873
  • 1994 – John Candy, Canadian comedian and actor b. 1950
  • 2013 – Mickey Moore, Canadian-American actor and director b. 1914
  • 1987 – Seibo Kitamura, Japanese sculptor b. 1884
  • 1986 – Albert L. Lehninger, American biochemist and academic b. 1917
  • 1972 – Charles Biro, American author and illustrator b. 1911
                                     

3. Holidays and observances

  • Peter of Pappacarbone
  • Blessed Zoltan Meszlenyi
  • Adrian of Nicomedia
  • Blessed Humbert III, Count of Savoy Roman Catholic Church
  • Casimir
  • Giovanni Antonio Farina Catholic Church
  • Paul Cuffee Episcopal Church
  • Felix of Rhuys
  • March 4 Eastern Orthodox liturgics
  • Christian feast day
  • St Casimirs Day Poland and Lithuania
                                     
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  • March 4 Trump was a series of more than two dozen demonstrations organized throughout the United States on March 4 2017, in support of President Donald
  • upper stage uses a spin - stabilized solid rocket engine. Long March 2, Long March 3, Long March 4 the main stages and associated liquid rocket boosters use
  • The Long March 4 A Chinese: 长征四号甲火箭 also known as the Changzheng 4 A, CZ - 4 A and LM - 4 A, sometimes misidentified as the Long March 4 due to the lack of
  • January February March April May June July August September October November December March is the third month of the year and named after Mars in both
  • The Long March 4 C, also known as the Chang Zheng 4 C, CZ - 4 C and LM - 4 C, previously designated Long March 4 B - II, is a Chinese orbital carrier rocket. It
  • Organize March for Our Lives on March 24 Riverfront Times. Archived from the original on March 4 2018. Retrieved March 4 2018. KC March for Our Lives
  • some modern marches are being written in 1 2 or 2 4 time. The modern march tempo is typically around 120 beats per minute. Many funeral marches conform to
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  • individuals were taking part in the March and on Nevsky Prospect, the main avenue of St. Petersburg, around 4 500 marched Liberal opposition news website
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  • The March Days, March Events Azerbaijani: Mart hadisələri or March Genocide Azerbaijani: Mart soyqırımı in Azerbaijani sources, was a period of inter - ethnic
  • Juan Alberto March Ordinas 4 October 1880 10 March 1962 was a Spanish businessman closely associated with the Nationalist side, led by Francisco Franco
  • Gandhiji was arrested on the midnight of 4 5 May 1930, just days before the planned action at Dharasana. The Dandi March and the ensuing Dharasana Satyagraha
  • States. March Fourth performs mostly original works and occasional cover songs. The name derives from the date of the band s creation, March 4 2003, Fat
  • ISBN 978 - 1 - 78200 - 129 - 4 Retrieved 10 January 2020. MILESTONES: March 12, birthdays for Mitt Romney, Jaime Alexander, Jake Tapper Brooklyn Eagle. 12 March 2019. Archived
  • medieval Europe, a march or mark was, in broad terms, any kind of borderland, as opposed to a notional heartland More specifically, a march was a border
  • on - demand market during the period. On 30 March 2015, 4 oD was merged into and renamed All 4 On 1 March 2019 All 4 was rebranded with a new logo, website
                                     
  • March 15 is the 74th day of the year 75th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 291 days remain until the end of the year. In the Roman calendar
  • unmanned derivative called Long March 2F G carries the bulkier Tiangong space laboratories. Long March 2D and Long March 4 were developed by the Shanghai
  • The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, the March on Washington, or The Great March on Washington, was held in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, August
  • March 21 is the 80th day of the year 81st in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 285 days remain until the end of the year. In astrology, the day
  • March 1 is the 60th day of the year 61st in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 305 days remain until the end of the year. 509 BC Publius Valerius
  • March 3 is the 62nd day of the year 63rd in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 303 days remain until the end of the year. 473 Gundobad nephew
  • March 4 1956 Stadium is a multi - use stadium in Tebessa, Algeria.It is currently used mostly for football matches and athletics stadium is the home ground
  • The March for Science formerly known as the Scientists March on Washington is an international series of rallies and marches held on Earth Day. The
  • The Women s March on Versailles, also known as the October March the October Days or simply the March on Versailles, was one of the earliest and most
  • March 6 is the 65th day of the year 66th in leap years in the Gregorian calendar. 300 days remain until the end of the year. 12 BC The Roman Emperor

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