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Mei - Italië raakt aan geallieerde zijde betrokken in de Eerste Wereldoorlog.
Mislukte geallieerde landing bij Gallipoli (Turkije).
Albert Einstein ontwikkelt zijn Algemene relativiteitstheorie.
De archeoloog Davis verklaart dat de Vallei van de Koningen in Egypte nu
uitgeput is en geeft zijn concessie aldaar op. Dit geeft Howard Carter de
kans om daar te gaan graven.

2 Januari - Willem Klippel.
2 Januari - Luc Philips, Belgisch acteur.
2 Februari - Abba Eban, Israëlisch minister van Buitenlandze zaken.
12 Februari - Jan Johannes van den Houten.
3 Maart - Jacobus Willem Hanzen.
14 Maart - Marinus Cornelis van den Houten.
21 Maart - Gerardus Wilhelmus Zandvoort.
3 April - Piet de Jong, Nederlands Minister-president.
18 April - Cornelis van den Houten.
29 April -  Janet van Houten.
20 Mei - Moshe Dayan, Israelisch oorlogsheld, staatsman en grafrover.
10 Juni - Saul Bellow, schrijver, kreeg de Nobelprijs voor de Literatuur in 1976.
29 Augustus - Ingrid Bergman, Zweeds actrice.
27 September - Gerrit de Vente.
14 Oktober - Cornelia Johanna van den Houten.
12 December - Frank Sinatra, zanger en acteur.

18 Maart - Sara van den Houten.
24 Maart - Neeltje van den Houten.
24 Maart - Marinus Spits.
29 Maart - Johanna Rommelse.
28 Mei - Pieter van den Houten.
1 Juni - Abraham Jacob Hage.
3 Juni - Leendert van de Sluis.
1 Juli - Maria Louisa van den Houten.
9 of 10 Augustus - Frank Bramley, Brits kunstschilder.
19 December - Alois Alzheimer.

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January 12 - The Rocky Mountain National Park is formed by an act of Congress.
January 12 - United States House of Representatives rejects proposal to give women the
right to vote.
January 19 - George Claude patents the neon discharge tube for use in advertising.
January 19 - German zeppelins bomb the cities of Great Yarmouth and King's Lynn in
the United Kingdom for the first time, killing more than 20.
January 21 - Kiwanis International founded in Detroit, Michigan.
January 27 - United States Marines occupy Haiti.
January 28 - An act of the United States Congress creates the United States Coast Guard.
January 31 - World War I: Germany uses poison gas against Russians.
February 8 - The controversial film The Birth of a Nation by D.W. Griffith premieres (Los
Angeles, California).
February 12 - In Washington, DC the first stone of the Lincoln Memorial is put into place.
March 3 - NACA, the predecessor of NASA founded.
March 14 - World War I: Off the coast of Chile, the Royal Navy sinks the German
battleship Dresden.
March 18 - World War I: British attack on the Dardanelles fails.
March 19 - Pluto is photographed for the first time but was not recognized as a planet.
April 22 - World War I: Second Battle Ypres - German troops introduce poison gas at
Ypres, Belgium.
April 24 - Turkish troops attack the Armenian region of Van, starting the Armenian Genocide.
April 25 - The Anzac tradition begins during World War I with a landing at Gallipoli on
the Turkish coast.
May 7 - World War I: The RMS Lusitania is sunk by a German U-boat killing 1,198.
May 9 - World War I: Second Battle of Artois - German and French forces fight.
May 17 - The last British Liberal Party government (Herbert Henry Asquith) falls.
May 23 - World War I: Italy joins the Allies after they declare war on Austria-Hungary.
June 16 - foundation of the British Women's Institute.
August 6 - World War I: Battle of Sari Bair begins - The Allies mount a diversionary attack
timed to coincide with a major Allied landing of reinforcements at Suvla Bay.
August 17 - Jewish American Leo Frank is lynched for the alleged murder of
a 13-year-old girl in Atlanta, Georgia.
September 6 - The first prototype tank is tested for the British Army for
the first time.
October 12 - World War I: British nurse Edith Cavell is executed by a German firing
squad for helping Allied soldiers escape from Belgium.
Alfred Wegener proposes the theory of Pangea.
Emory College is rechartered as Emory University, and plans to move its main
campus from Oxford, Georgia to Atlanta.
U.S. recognizes government of President Venustiano Carranza of Mexico.
Lord Beaverbrook buys the London Daily Express.
Automobile speed record of 102.6 m.p.h. set at Sheepshead Bay, N.Y.. by Gil
Anderson driving a Stutz.

Ongoing events:
World War I (1914-1918).
Armenian Genocide (1915-1918).
Hellenic Holocaust (1914-1922).

January 2 - Willem Klippel.
January 14 - Mark Goodson, game show producer and television pioneer (d. 1992).
January 20 - Ghulam Ishaq Khan, President of Pakistan.
February 12 - Jan Johannes van den Houten.
March 3 - Jacobus Willem Hanzen.
March 14 - Marinus Cornelis van den Houten.
March 21 - Gerardus Wilhelmus Zandvoort.
April 4 - Muddy Waters, blues musician (d. 1983).
April 7 - Billie Holiday, jazz and blues singer.
April 18 - Cornelis van den Houten.
April 29 - Janet van Houten.
May 6 - Orson Welles, American director (Citizen Kane).
August 22 - Hugh Paddick, British actor (d. 2000).
September 27 - Gerrit de Vente.
October 14 - Cornelia Johanna van den Houten.
December 12 - Frank Sinatra, American entertainer.
December 19 - Edith Piaf, French singer.
Chick Hearn, pro-basketball announcer.

March 18 - Sara van den Houten.
March 23 - Neeltje van den Houten.
March 24 - Marinus Spits.
March 29 - Johanna Rommelse.
April 23 - Rupert Brooke, poet.
May 28 - Pieter van den Houten.
June 1 - Abraham Jacob Hage.
June 3 - Leendert van de Sluis.
July 1 - Maria Louisa van den Houten.
July 16 - Ellen G. White, prophetess, co-founder of Seventh-Day Adventism.
September 9 - Albert Spalding, baseball player and sporting goods manufacturer.
October 12 - Charles Sorley, poet.
November 15 - Booker T. Washington, African-American educator.

Albert Einstein publishes his theory of general relativity.

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