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1913. Wikimedia Commons has media related to 1913. 1913 ( MCMXIII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Tuesday of the Julian calendar, the 1913th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 913th year of the 2nd millennium, the 13th year of the 20th century, and ...
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1. President: William Howard Taft (R-Ohio) (until March 4), Woodrow Wilson (D-New Jersey) (starting March 4) 2. Vice President: vacant (until March 4), Thomas R. Marshall (D-Indiana) (starting March 4) 3. Chief Justice: Edward Douglass White (Louisiana) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: Champ Clark (D-Missouri) 5. Congress: 62nd (until March 4), 63rd(starting March 4)
1. January – The magazine Vanity Fair is relaunched in New York City by Condé Montrose Nast. 2. February 1 – New York City's Grand Central Terminal, having been rebuilt, reopens as the world's largest train station. 3. February 3 – The 16th Amendment to the United States Constitution is ratified, authorizing the Federal government to impose and collect income taxes. 4. February 4 – Rosa Parksis born. 5. February 17 – The Armory Show opens in New York City. It displays the works of artists who...
1. April 5 – The United States Soccer Federationis formed. 2. April 8 – The Seventeenth Amendment to the United States Constitutionis passed, dictating the direct election of senators. 3. April 24 – The Woolworth Building opens in New York City. Designed by Cass Gilbert, it is the tallest building in the worldat this date and for more than a decade after. 4. April 26 – Mary Phagan is raped and strangled on the premises of the National Pencil Factory in Atlanta. Leo Frankis tried and convicted...
1. July 3 – The fiftieth anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg draws thousands of American Civil War veterans and their families to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 2. July 10 – The temperature in Death Valley, California, hits 134 °F (~56.7 °C) which is the highest recorded in the U.S. (as of 2004[update]). 3. August 3 – Strike action by agricultural workers in Wheatland, California, degenerates into the "Wheatland hop riot", one of the first major farm labor confrontations in the state. 4. Septe...January 1 – Norman Rosten, poet, playwright and novelist (died 1995)January 6 – Loretta Young, actress (died 2000)January 9 – Richard Nixon, 37th President of the United States from 1969 to 1974, 36th Vice President of the United States from 1953 to 1961 (died 1994)January 15 – Lloyd Bridges, film and television actor (died 1998)January 16 – Thaddeus S. C. Lowe, aeronaut, scientist and inventor (born 1832)January 30 – James Henderson Berry, U.S. Senator from Arkansas from 1885 to 1907 (born 1841)February 13 – Charles Major, novelist (born 1856)February 17 – Joaquin Miller, "Poet of the Sierras" (born 1837)
Monarch – George VPrime Minister – H. H. Asquith (Liberal)Parliament – 30th1 January – the British Board of Film Censorsreceives the authority to classify and censor films.13 January – Edward Carson founds the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) by unifying several existing loyalist militias to resist home rule in Ireland.15 January – unemployment and maternitybenefits introduced.30 January – the House of Lords rejects the Third Irish Home Rule Billfor the second time, by 326 to 69.E. C. Bentley's novel Trent's Last Case.Arthur Holmes' book The Age of the Earth, describing the estimation of the age of the Earth to 1.6 billion years using radiometric dating.2 January – Anna Lee, actress (died 2004)13 January – Lotte Berk, dancer and dance teacher (died 2003)17 January – Shaun Wylie, mathematician and World War II codebreaker (died 2009)18 January – George Unwin, World War II fighter ace (died 2006)23 January – Frederick Holman, Olympic gold medal swimmer (born 1883; typhoid)17 February – Edward Stanley Gibbons, philatelist, founder of Stanley Gibbons Ltd(born 1840)25 March – Garnet Wolseley, 1st Viscount Wolseley, field marshal (born 1833 in Ireland; died in France)28 May – John Lubbock, 1st Baron Avebury, pre-historian and naturalist (born 1834)
The Serbian air force is established as an army air service. Six officers receive pilot training in France.Mexican pilot Gustavo Salinas Camilla and Frenchman Didier Masson, flying for rebel forces led by Pancho Villa during the Mexican Revolution, attack Mexican federal ground and naval forces.The Imperial Japanese Navy places its first aviation ship, the naval auxiliary Wakamiya, in service to operate naval floatplanes.The Imperial Russian Navy experiments with shipboard airplane operations for the first time, embarking a Curtiss floatplane aboard the protected cruiser Kagul in the Black Sea. It is its only such...
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Layman, R.D., Before the Aircraft Carrier: The Development of Aviation Vessels 1849–1922, Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute Press, 1989, ISBN 0-87021-210-9
January 21 – The first French private school opens in Tokyo. Later graduates include Sakaguchi Ango, Tanizaki Junichiro and Takehisa Yumeji.January 12 – Yoshi Katō, actor (d. 1988)February 9 – Haruyo Ichikawa, film actress (d. 2004)February 11 – Masaji Kiyokawa, backstroke swimmer (d. 1999)March 28 – Toko Shinoda, painter (d. 2021)January 20 – Nakane Kōtei, writer (b. 1839)June 23 – Ogino Ginko, first licensed female physician of western medicinein Japan (b. 1851)July 5 – Prince Arisugawa Takehito, Marshal Admiral(b. 1862)July 10 – Hayashi Tadasu, diplomat and cabinet minister (b. 1850)