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Alexander Ramsay (Royal Navy officer) - Wikipedia, the free ...
Admiral Sir Alexander Robert Maule Ramsay GCVO KCB DSO RN (29 May 1881 – 8 October 1972) was a British Royal Navy officer who was the husband of ...
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Jump to: navigation, search. Alexander Ramsay may refer to: Sir Alexander Ramsay, 5th Baronet, MP for Kincardineshire, 1713–1715; Sir Alexander Ramsay, ...
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Dec 21, 2000 ... CAPTAIN ALEXANDER RAMSAY OF MAR, who has died on the eve of his 81st birthday, was among the last surviving great-grandchildren of ...
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Alexander Ramsay may refer to: Sir Alexander Ramsay, 5th Baronet, MP for Kincardineshire, 1713–1715; Sir Alexander Ramsay, 2nd Baronet, MP for Kincardineshire, 1820–1826
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Admiral Sir Alexander Robert Maule Ramsay GCVO KCB DSO RN (29 May 1881 – 8 October 1972) was a British Royal Navy officer who was the husband of Princess Patricia of ...
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Birth: May 29, 1881: Death: Oct. 8, 1972: British Aristocracy. Born Alexander Robert Maule Ramsay in London, England, the son of Sir John William Ramsay, 13th Earl of Dalhousie ...
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Captain Alexander Arthur Alfonso David Maule Ramsay of Mar (21 December 1919 – 20 December 2000) was the only child of HRH Princess Patricia of Connaught
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BAFTA Film Award Full 2012 Nominations: ‘The Artist’ 12, ‘Tinker Tailor’ 11, ‘Hugo’ 9 (Deadline Hollywood)
> The Orange British Academy Film Awards take place on Sunday 12 February at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London. The ceremony will be hosted by Stephen Fry and will be broadcast exclusively on BBC One. Red carpet coverage will be hosted by Edith Bowman on BBC Three: **2011 NOMINATIONS (presented in 2012)** **BEST FILM** THE ARTIST - Thomas Langmann THE DESCENDANTS - Jim Burke, Alexander Payne, Jim Taylor DRIVE - Marc Platt, Adam Siegel THE HELP - Brunson Green, Chris Columbus, Michael Barnathan TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY - Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Robyn Slovo **OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM** MY WEEK WITH MARILYN - Simon Curtis, David Parfitt, Harvey Weinstein, Adrian Hodges SENNA - Asif Kapadia, James Gay-Rees, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Manish Pandey SHAME - Steve McQueen, Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Abi Morgan TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY - Tomas Alfredson, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Robyn Slovo,  Bridget O'Connor, Peter Straughan WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN - Lynne Ramsay, Luc Roeg, Jennifer Fox, Robert Salerno, Rory Stewart Kinnear **OUTSTANDING DEBUT BY A BRITISH WRITER, DIRECTOR OR PRODUCER** ATTACK THE BLOCK - Joe Cornish (Director/Writer) BLACK POND - Will Sharpe (Director/Writer), Tom Kingsley (Director), Sarah Brocklehurst (Producer) ...
2012 BAFTA Awards Nominations (Movie Web)
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts nominate The Artist, Drive, The Help among others. [...]
Australian Academy Of Cinema Names First International Awards Nominees (Deadline Hollywood)
The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television, which previously honored Aussie productions, has launched five new award categories that will recognize international product in Best Film, Best Direction, Best Screenplay, Best Actor and Best Actress. In other words, the Aussies are going Hollywood. The nominees were announced tonight by Jacki Weaver, the Aussie actress who was Oscar nominated for Animal Kingdom. I am not sure how these will factor into the Oscar conversation, but here are the nominees: **INAUGURAL AACTA INTERNATIONAL AWARDS NOMINEES** **BEST FILM** _The Artist_ - Thomas Langmann (The Weinstein Company) _The Descendants _- Jim Burke, Alexander Payne, Jim Taylor (Fox Searchlight Pictures) _Hugo_ - Graham King, Tim Headington, Martin Scorsese, Johnny Depp (Paramount Pictures) _The Ides of March_ - George Clooney, Grant Heslov, Brian Oliver (Columbia Pictures) _Margin Call _- Robert Ogden Barnum, Michael Benaroya, Neal Dodson, Joe Jenckes, Corey Moosa, Zachary Quinto (Roadside Attractions) _Melancholia_ - Meta Louise Foldager, Louise Vesth (Magnolia Pictures) _Midnight In Paris_ - Letty Aronson, Stephen Tenenbaum, Jaume Roures (Sony Pictures Classics) _Moneyball _- Michael De Luca, Rachael Horovitz, Brad Pitt (Columbia Pictures) _The Tree of Life_ - Bill Pohlad, Dede Gardner, Sarah Green (Fox Searchlight Pictures) _We Need ...
THE ARTIST Wins Big At The 2012 BAFTA Awards,.. Of Course! (Rama's Screen)
Well, no surprise here, my favorite movie last year, THE ARTIST won big, 7 to be exact, including the highest honor, at the 2012 BAFTA Awards (think of it as Brit's Oscars). Do you find BAFTA exciting or an award show that you could care less about because seriously, I think even Razzie is more [...]
‘The Artist’ Nearly Sweeps BAFTAs with Seven Major Awards (slashfilm)
Meryl Streep prevented the cast and crew of The Artist from a total sweep of the major categories at this year's British Academy Film Awards, presented by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) and commonly called the  BAFTAs. Streep won Best Actress for playing former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in The [...]
2012 BAFTA Awards: The Show, The Winners (Gossip Girls)
Honoring the best and brightest in entertainment, the 2012 Orange British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) took place in London, England on Sunday evening (February 12). Held at the Royal Opera House, the big winner ended up being "The Artist" - which took home seven trophies including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor, Original Screenplay, Original Music, Cinematography and Costume Design. Meanwhile, Meryl Streep was named Best Actress for "The Iron Lady" while Jean Dujardin scooped up the Best Actor trophy for "The Artist" during the evening ceremony. Other winners included "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" and "Senna" while Adam Deacon won the Rising Star honors and John Hurt received the BAFTA Award For Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema accolade. The complete list of 2012 BAFTA winners is as follows: **BEST FILM** **WINNER: **THE ARTIST Thomas Langmann THE DESCENDANTS Jim Burke, Alexander Payne, Jim Taylor DRIVE Marc Platt, Adam Siegel THE HELP Brunson Green, Chris Columbus, Michael Barnathan TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Robyn Slovo **OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM** MY WEEK WITH MARILYN Simon Curtis, David Parfitt, Harvey Weinstein, Adrian Hodges SENNA Asif Kapadia, James Gay-Rees, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Manish Pandey SHAME Steve McQueen, Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Abi Morgan **WINNER: **TINKER ...
BAFTA Nominations Highlight ‘The Artist,’ ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy,’ and ‘Drive’ (slashfilm)
Early this morning the BAFTA nominations were announced, after a couple rounds of 'longlist' reveals. One of the big Oscar frontrunners, The Artist, walked away with 12 nominations, including Best Film, Director, Original Screenplay, Leading Actor and Leading Actress. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy gets a moment in the sun with 11 nominations -- not really any surprise that the film would get lots of BAFTA attention -- and Hugo took 9 nods, though mostly for smaller categories. Drive, which has mostly been ignored in the US awards rounds so far, got a nod for Best Film, and Attack the Block and Submarine were both nominated for Outstanding Debut By a British Writer, Director or Producer. Check out the full nomination list below. The Orange British Academy Film Awards take place on Sunday 12 February at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London. The ceremony will be hosted by Stephen Fry and will be broadcast exclusively on BBC One. 2011 NOMINATIONS (presented in 2012) BEST FILM THE ARTIST – Thomas Langmann THE DESCENDANTS – Jim Burke, Alexander Payne, Jim Taylor DRIVE – Marc Platt, Adam Siegel THE HELP – Brunson Green, Chris Columbus, Michael Barnathan TINKER ...
Here Are The 2012 BAFTA Nominees (Rama's Screen)
BAFTA (British Academy Of Film And Television Arts) a.k.a British Oscars has announced its nominees and The winners will be announced on Sunday 12 February at London's Royal Opera House. Check out the list of nominees below, who and which movies are your favorite to win?.. BEST FILM THE ARTIST Thomas Langmann THE DESCENDANTS Jim [...]
BAFTA Nominations: Brits Have a Soft Spot for Drive (New York Magazine)
Today's list of awards season nominees comes to you from the U.K., where the British Academy of Film and Television Arts has announced the contenders for its answer to the Oscars. As these are British awards, British films like _Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy_ do in fact figure more prominently (the inclusion of an "Outstanding British Film" category gives the forgotten _My Week With Marilyn_ one last chance to shine), but the BAFTAs have also seen fit to recognize one generally undernominated American movie, too: _Drive_ is up for Best Picture, Best Director, _and_ Best Supporting Actress -- though Carey Mulligan, of course, is British and probably had an in on that last category. Still, an opportunity for Ryan Gosling to redeem himself at an awards show! And one more chance to blast "Real Hero" during every introduction. We'll take it. (The full list of nominees, below.) **BEST FILM** THE ARTIST Thomas Langmann THE DESCENDANTS Jim Burke, Alexander Payne, Jim Taylor DRIVE Marc Platt, Adam Siegel THE HELP Brunson Green, Chris Columbus, Michael Barnathan TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Robyn Slovo **OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM** MY WEEK WITH MARILYN Simon Curtis, David Parfitt, Harvey Weinstein, Adrian Hodges SENNA Asif Kapadia, ...
'Artist,' 'Tinker Tailor' and 'Hugo' lead BAFTA noms (CNN)
The glimmer of hope for an Oscar nod next week is looking a little brighter for a few of the race's dark horses following the BAFTAs reveal of the 2012 Orange British Academy Film Awards nominees on Tuesday. In addition to “The Artist” and “Hugo,” which were handed 12 and 9 BAFTA nods respectively (and [...]


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Alexander Ramsay was born about 1754 and died in 1824 at the age of about 70 years. His threebiographers did not knowanything of his family or his early life.
Malcolm Alexander Ramsay (1949–2000)
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0939 - Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine dies.1187 - Siege of Jerusalem: Saladin captures Jerusalem after 88 years of Crusader rule. 1263 - The battle of Largs fought between Norwegians and Scots. 1264 - Pope Urban IV dies. 1452 - King Richard III of England was born ( 1485). 1470 - Isabella was born ( 1485). Queen consort of Portugal and Princess of Asturias.1535 - Jacques Cartier discovers Montreal, Quebec. 1538 - Saint Charles Borromeo was born (d. 1574). Italian cardinal. 1552 - Conquest of Kazan by Ivan the Terrible. 1559 - Jacquet of Mantua dies (b. 1483). French composer. 1608 - First refracting telescope demonstrated to the Netherlands States General by Hans Lippershey.1626 - Diego Sarmiento de Acua, conde de Gondomar dies (b. 1567). Spanish diplomat. 1629 - Pierre de Brulle dies (b. 1575). French cardinal and statesman. 1629 - Antonio Cifra dies (b. 1584). Italian composer. 1644 - Franois-Timolon de Choisy was born (d. 1724). French writer. 1708 - Anne-Jules, 2nd duc de Noailles dies (b. 1650). French general. 1722 - Leopold Widhalm was born (d. 1776). Austrian luthier.1724 - Franois-Timolon de Choisy dies (b. 1644). French writer. 1725 - Jos Francisco Miguel Antnio de Mendona was born. 5th Patriarche of Lisbon1737 - Francis Hopkinson was born (d. 1791). American author and signer of the Declaration of Independence. 1746 - Josiah Burchett dies. English Secretary of the Admiralty. 1764 - William Cavendish, 4th Duke of Devonshire dies. Prime Minister of Great Britain. 1768 - William Carr Beresford, 1st Viscount Beresford was born (d. 1854). British general and politician. 1775 - Chiyo-ni dies (b. 1703). Japanese poet. 1780 - American Revolutionary War: British spy John Andre is hanged by American forces for his role in Benedict Arnold's plot to sell West Point to the British Army. 1782 - Charles Lee dies (b. 1732). British and U.S. general. 1786 - Augustus Keppel, 1st Viscount Keppel dies (b. 1725). British admiral.1789 - George Washington transmits the proposed Constitutional amendments (the so-called "Bill of Rights") to the States for ratification. 1798 - King Charles Albert of Sardinia was born (d. 1849). 1800 - Nat Turner was born (d. 1831). American leader of slave uprising. 1803 - Samuel Adams dies (b. 1722). American patriot. 1804 - Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot dies (b. 1725). French inventor who built the first vehicule auto-propulsed of the world. 1814 - Chile: finaliza el desastre de Rancagua y comienza la reconquista del pas de manos de los espaoles. 1817 - Fyodor Fyodorovich Ushakov dies (b. 1744). Russian naval commander and admiral.1828 - Charles Floquet was born (d. 1896). French statesman.1832 - Edward Burnett Tylor was born (d. 1917). English anthropologist regarded as the founder of cultural anthropology. 1832 - Brasil: Fim do conflito da Revoluo Constitucionalista.1832 - Julius von Sachs was born in Breslau (d. 29 May 1897). German botanist whose work on nutrition, tropism (response to environmental stimuli), and transpiration of water greatly advanced the knowledge of plant physiology during the second half of the 19th century. He discovered chlorophyll, and its location in plant cells.1833 - Rev. William Corby was born (d. 1897). American Catholic priest.1835 - The Texas Revolution begins with the Battle of Gonzales: Mexican soldiers attempt to disarm the people of Gonzales, Texas, but encounter stiff resistance from a hastily assembled militia. 1836 - Naturalist Charles Darwin returns to Falmouth, England aboard the HMS Beagle after a five-year journey collecting biological data he will later use to develop his theory of evolution. 1846 - Eliza Maria Mosher was born (d. 16 Oct 1928). American physician and educator whose wide-ranging medical career included an educational focus on physical fitness and health maintenance.1846 - Benjamin Waterhouse dies (b. 4 Mar 1754). American physician and scientist, a pioneer in smallpox vaccination. 1847 - Paul von Hindenburg was born (d. 1934). German officer and politician. 1848 - Georg August Goldfuss dies (b. 1782). German palonthologist and zoologist. 1850 - Sarah Biffen dies (b. 1784). English painter. 1851 - The pasilalinic-sympathetic compass is demonstrated but proves to be a fake. 1851 - Ferdinand Foch was born (d. 1929). French soldier. 1852 - William Ramsay was born (d. 23 Jul 1916). Scottish chemist who discovered the "inert gases" neon, kripton and xenon, and co-discovered argon, radon, calcium and barium. 1904 Nobel Prize in Chemist laureate "in recognition of his services in the discovery of the inert gaseous elements in air, and his determination of their place in the periodic system". 1853 - Franois Jean Dominique Arago dies (b. 26 Feb 1786). French mathematician and physicist who discovered the principle of the production of magnetism by rotation of a non magnetic conductor.1854 - Sir Patrick Geddes was born (d. 17 Apr 1932). Scottish biologist and sociologist who was one of the modern pioneers of the concept of town and regional plan.1858 - Baron Gerard de Geer was born in Stocholm (d. 1943). Swedish geologist, originator of the varve-counting method used in geochronology. 1864 - American Civil War: Battle of Saltville - Union forces attack Saltville, Virginia, but are defeated by Confederate troops. 1865 - Sir Berkeley Moynihan was born (d. 1936). 1st Baron Moynihan (of Leeds), he was a British surgeon and teacher of medicine who was a noted authority on abdominal surgery. 1866 - The first tin can with a key opener was patented by J. Osterhoudt in New York City1867 - Nilo Peanha was born ( 1924). President of Brazil. 1869 - Mahatma Gandhi was born in Porbandar (d. 30 Jan. 1948). Spiritual and political leader of Indian independence movement whose philosophy of nonviolence influenced movements around the world. 1870 - Plebiscito sanciona a anexao de Roma e do Lazio Itlia (v. Questo Romana). 1871 - Cordell Hull was born ( 1955). United States Secretary of State, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.1871 Martha Brookes Hutcheson was born (d. 1959). American landscape architect.1872 - Morgan State University founded. 1873 - Plum Warner was born (d. 1963). English cricketer.1873 - Stephen Warfield Gambrill was born (d. 1924). U.S. Congressman for Maryland's 5th District.1876 - Arnold Peter Mller was born in Dragr (d. 1965). Danish shipping magnate, businessman and founder of the A.P. Moller-Maersk Group in 19041878 - Conrad Schlumberger was born (d. 1936). German geophysicist and petroleum engineer noted for the invention, in 1927, of a method of continuous electric logging of boreholes.1879 - Wallace Stevens was born (d. 1955). American poet. 1882 - Boris Shaposhnikov was born (d. 1945). Russian military commander.1883 - Karl Terzaghi was born in Prague. Civil engineer who founded the branch of civil engineering science known as soil mechanics, a term he coined for the study of the properties of soil under stresses and under the action of flowing water. 1886 - Robert Julius Trumpler was born (d. 10 Sep 1956). Swiss-born U.S. astronomer who moved to the US in 1915 and worked at the Lick Observatory. 1889 - In Colorado, Nicholas Creede strikes it rich in silver during the last great silver boom of the American 1889 - In Washington, DC, the first international Conference of American States begins. 1890 - Groucho Marx was born ( 1977). American comedian and actor. 1892 - Ernest Renan dies (b. 27 Feb 1823). French writer, philosopher and historian.1893 Leroy Shield was born (d. 1962). American film score and radio composer (Our Gang, Laurel and Hardy).1895 - Bud Abbott was born (d. 1974). American comedian and actor. 1895 - Eugen Langen dies (b. 9 Oct 1833). German engineer who pioneered in building internal-combustion engines.1896 - Liaqat Ali Khan was born (d. 1951). Pakistan's first Prime Minister (d. 1951)1901 - Alice Prin was born (d. 1953). French singer and artist. 1901 - Charles Stark Draper was born (d. 25 Jul 1987). American aeronautical engineer, educator, and science administrator who , in 1939, became head of MIT's Instrumentation Laboratory, which was a centre for the design of navigational and guidance systems for ships, airplanes, and missiles from World War II through the Cold War 1901 - Karl Rudolf Knig dies (b. 1832). German physicist. 1902 - Leopold Figl was born (d. 1965). Austrian politician.1904 - Graham Greene was born (d. 1991). British novelist.1904 - Lal Bahadur Shastri was born (d. 1966). Prime Minister of India.1906 - Willy Ley was born ( d. 24 Jun 1969). German-American engineer who was a founder of the German Rocket Society. 1907 - Alexander R. Todd was born ( 10 Jan 1997). British biochemist whose research on the structure and synthesis of nucleotides, nucleosides, and nucleotide coenzymes gained him the 1957 Nobel Prize for Chemistry. 1911 - Jack Finney was born (d. 1995). American author. 1913 - Hermnia Silva was born in Lisbon (d. 13 Jun 1993). Portuguese fado singer. Click to download an extract of fado " A Tendinha". 1913 - Karl Miller was born (d. 1967). German footballer.1914 - Bernarr Rainbow was born (d. 1998). English historian of music education, organist, and choir master.1914 - Jack Parsons was born (d. 1952). American rocket scientist. 1916 - San Diego Zoo is founded.1917 - scar Lopes was born in Lea da Palmeira. Portuguese professor and essayst.1917 - Charles Drake was born (d. 1994). American actor.1917 - Christian de Duve was born. Belgian cytologist biochemist who discovered lysosomes (the digestive organelles of the cell) and peroxisomes (organelles that are the site of metabolic processes involving hydrogen peroxide). He shared the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1974 with Albert Claude and George Palade. 1919 - US President Woodrow Wilson suffers a massive stroke, leaving him partially paralyzed. 1919 - James M. Buchanan was born. American economist.1920 - Max Bruch dies. German composer.1921 - Albert Scott Crossfield was born (d. 2006). American test pilot. 1921 - Robert Runcie was born (d. 2000). Archbishop of Canterbury. 1924 - The Geneva Protocol is adopted as a means to strengthen the League of Nations. 1924 - Primeiro golo olmpico em futebol foi marcado num jogo entre Argentina e Uruguai.1925 - Nasce, em S. Joo do Peso, Vila de Rei, Jos Cardoso Pires (m. 26 Out 1998). Escritor portugus, unanimemente considerado um dos maiores escritores portugueses do sculo XX, numa galeria onde podemos encontrar nomes como Jos Saramago ou Antnio Lobo Antunes. 1925 - John Logie Baird performers first test of the working television system.1926 - Jan Morris was born. English writer. 1927 - Svante Arrhenius dies (b. 19 Feb 1859). Swedish chemist, Nobel Prize laureate in 1903 "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered to the advancement of chemistry by his electrolytic theory of dissociation." 1928 - The "Prelature of the Holy Cross and the Work of God", commonly known as Opus Dei, was founded by Saint Josemara Escriv. 1928 - George "Spanky" McFarland was born (d. 1993). American actor.1928 - Wolfhart Pannenberg was born. German theologian.1929 - Cesare Maestri was born. Italian climber, famous for climbing Cerro Torre.1929 - Howard Roberts was born (d. 992). American Jazz Guitarist, Educator, and Session Musician.1929 - Moses Gunn was born (d. 1993). African-American actor. 1930 - Dave Barrett was born. Premier of British Columbia.1932 - Maury Wills was born. American baseball player. 1933 - Phill Niblock was born. American composer, filmmaker and videographer.1933 - Philipp Forchheimer dies (b. 7 Aug 1852). Austrian engineer who was a top contributor to the study of groundwater hydrology during the late 19th and early 20th centuries 1934 - Earl Wilson was born (d. 2005). American baseball player. 1935 - Italy - Mussolini troops - invades Abyssinia (Ethiopia). 1935 - Omar Sivori was born (d. 2005). Argentine football player.1936 - Alcohol plant : the first alcohol power plant is established in Atchison, Kansas.1936 - Dick Barnett was born. American basketball player.1937 - Samuel R. Caldwell becomes the first person is the United States to be arrested on a marijuana charge. 1937 - Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. was born (d. 2005). American attorney. 1938 - Tiberias massacre: Arabs murder 20 Jews. 1938 - Eddie Cochran was born (d. 1960). American singer.1938 - Rex Reed was born. American movie critic and actor.1938 - Waheed Murad was born (d. 1983). Pakistani film actor and director.1938 - Alexandru Averescu dies (b. 1859). Romanian soldier and politician.1939 - Norma Blum was born. Brazilian actress. 1940 - Gheorghe Gruia was born. Romanian handball player.1940 - Freelan O. Stanley dies (b. 1 Jun 1849). American inventor, who with his twin brother Francis, were the most famous manufacturers of steam-driven automobiles. Francis previously had invented a photographic dry-plate process (1883), and as the Stanley Dry Plate Company the brothers had engaged in the manufacturing of the plates.1941 - World War II: In Operation Typhoon, Germany begins an all-out offensive against Moscow.1941 - Zareh Baronian was born. Armenian theologian.1942 - Nuclear fission : the first self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction was demonstrated in Chicago. 1943 - Franklin Rosemont was born. American artist. 1944 - World War II: Holocaust: Nazi troops end the Warsaw Uprising. 1944 - Alcides Maya dies (b. 1878). Brazilian journalist, writer and politician.1945 - Don McLean was born. American singer and songwriter.1946 Eric Peterson was born. Canadian actor.1946 - Gen. Sonthi Boonyaratglin was born. President of Council for National Security and Commander-in-Chief of Royal Thai Army.1947 - Inaugurao do MASP : Museu de Arte de S. Paulo (Brasil). 1947 - Peter D. Ouspensky dies (b. 1878). Russian mathematician and philosopher. 1948 - Avery Brooks was born. American actor.1948 - Chris LeDoux was born (d. 2005). American musician and rodeo performer.1948 - Donna Karan was born. American fashion designer. 1948 Trevor Brooking was born. English footballer.1949 - Annie Leibovitz was born. American photographer. 1949 - Richard Hell was born. American musician.1950 - The comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz is first published in seven US newspapers.1950 Ian McNeice was born. English actor1950 - Mike Rutherford was born. English musician (Genesis).1950 - Persis Khambatta was born (d. 1998). Indian actress.1951 - Romina Power was born. Italian singer.1951 - Sting was born. British singer and actor.1952 - Robin Riker was born. American actress.1952 - Wahed Wafa was born. Afghan singer.1954 - Lorraine Bracco was born. American actress. 1954 - Greg Jennings was born. Country musician (Restless Heart).1955 - The ENIAC computer is deactivated at 11:45 PM. 1955 - Alfred Hitchcock Presents debuts (last new episode aired on June 26, 1962).1955 - Phil Oakey was born. British singer (The Human League). 1956 - Atomic clock : the Atomicron, the first atomic clock, was unveiled at the Overseas Press Club in New York City. 1956 - Freddie Jackson was born. 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Soviet mathematician.1963 - Golpe de Estado nas Honduras. 1963 - Hurricane devastates Haiti. 1964 - Dirk Brinkmann was born. German field hockey player.1964 - Sam Bockarie was born. RUF Rebel Military Commander.1966 - Rodney "Yokozuna" Anoai was born (d. 2000). Samoan professional wrestler. 1966 - Richard Edwin Shope dies (b. 25 Dec 1901). American animal pathologist and virologist1967 - Thurgood Marshall is sworn in as the first African-American justice of United States Supreme Court. 1967 - Bud Gaugh was born. American musician (Sublime).1967 - Frankie Fredericks was born. Namibian athlete. 1967 - Gillian Welch was born. American singer and songwriter.1967 - Thomas Muster was born in Leibnitz. Austrian tennis star, 1995 French Open winner. 1968 - A peaceful student demonstration in Mexico City ends in the Tlatelolco massacre. More than 25 people have been killed during a vicious gun battle in Mexico City just days before the Olympic Games are due to begin. 1968 - Birth of sextuplets stuns Britain: A woman has given birth to six babies in what is being hailed as the first recorded case of live sextuplets in Britain (BBC).1968 - Glen Wesley was born. Canadian ice hockey players1968 - Jana Novotn was born. Czech tennis player.1968 - Jeff Martin was born. Canadian singer/songwriter.1968 - Kelly Willis was born. Country singer.1968 - Victoria Derbyshire was born. British radio presenter, 1968 - Marcel Duchamp dies (b. 1887). French painter and sculptor.1969 - Damon Gough was born. English singer.1969 - Mitch English was born. American actor.1970 - A plane carrying the Wichita State University football team, administrators, and supporters crashes in Colorado killing 31 people. 1970 - Kelly Ripa was born. American actress and television host. 1970 - Colin Rivas was born. Galician artist. 1970 - Dion Allen was born. R&B singer (Az Yet).1970 - Maribel Verd was born. Spanish actress. 1971 - Tiffany was born. American singer. 1971 - James Root was born. American guitarist (Slipknot). 1971 - Bola de Nieve dies (b. 1911). Cuban singer, pianist, and songwriter.1972 - Referendum na Dinamarca decide adeso CEE.1972 - Tara Dawn Holland was born. Miss America 1997. 1972 - Miguel Brito was born. Portuguese A Minha Matilde & Ca. (blog) webmaster.1973 - Dalida Chammai was born. Miss Lebanon Universe 1997. 1973 - Lene was born. Norwegian singer (ex-Aqua). 1973 - Efren Ramirez was born. American actor. 1973 - Scott Schoeneweis was born. American baseball player. 1973 - Maria Wetterstrand was born. Swedish politician. 1973 - Proof was born (d. 2006). American rapper (D12).1973 - Paavo Nurmi dies (b. 1897). Finnish runner. 1973 - Paul Hartman dies (b. 1904). American actor.1974 - Mark Porter was born (d. 2006). New Zealand racing driver.1974 - Paul Teutul Jr. was born. Co-Star of American Chopper. 1974 - Sam Roberts was born. Canadian singer and songwriter. 1974 - Simon Gregson was born. British actor (Coronation Street) 1974 - Vasily Shukshin dies (b. 1929) Russian writer, actor, screenwriter, and director1975 - Kumaraswami Kamaraj dies (b. 1903). Indian Political leader, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.1976 - Mandisa was born. American singer 1976 - Jason Dodson was born. American political consultant and teacher of esotericism1977 - Em Genebra, Anabela Chaves, violinista portuguesa, conquista o 1.o Prmio Internacional de Execuo Musical. 1977 - Leon del Muerte was born. American guitarist.1978 - Baseball: Bucky Dent hits a home run for the New York Yankees to defeat the Boston Red Sox in a one-game play off at Fenway Park. The home run was Dent's 5th of the season. 1978 - Ayumi Hamasaki was born. Japanese singer. 1979 - Francisco Fonseca was born. Mexican footballer. 1979 - Maja Ivarsson was born. Lead singer, The Sounds.1979 - Primo Brezec was born. Slovenian basketball player.1980 - Filipe Teixeira was born. Portuguese footballer.1980 - Rodrigo Scarpa was born. Brazilian humourist. 1980 - Shane Andrus was born. American football player.1981 - Luke Wilkshire was born. Australian footballer. 1981 - Toro was born. Taiwanese singer. 1981 - Hazel Scott dies (b. 1920). West Indian-born singer. 1981 - Harry Golden dies (b. 1902). American journalist. 1982 - George Pettit was born. Canadian singer (Alexisonfire). 1985 - Rock Hudson dies of AIDS (b. 1925). American actor. 1985 - Em Portugal, eleies gerais do ao PDS 30% dos votos, ao PS 20,5%, ao PRD 18%, APU 15,5% e ao CDS 10,5%.1986 - Camilla Belle was born. American actress.1987 - Dia Frampton was born. American singer (Meg & Dia). 1987 - Phil Kessel was born. American ice hockey player Boston Bruins.1987 - Peter Medawar dies (b. 1915). Brazilian-born scientist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.1987 - Madeleine Carroll dies (b. 1906). British-born actress.1988 - South Korea: In Sel XXIV Olimpic Games closed. 1988 - Alec Issigonis dies (b. 1906). Greek-British car designer, developer of the Mini.1989 - George Francis Hotz was born. American Hacker, first iPhone hack.1990 - A Chinese airline Boeing 737-247 is hijacked; after landing at Guangzhou it crashes into two airliners on the ground, killing 132. 1990 - Dave Ross was born. All Around Boss and Half-Decent Runner. 1990 - Dean Bouzanis was born. Australian soccer player. 1992 - The Carandiru Massacre takes place after a riot in the Carandiru prison system in So Paulo, Brazil. 1992 - Renncia de Fernando Collor, presidente do Brasil, aps sofrer impeachment em 29 de setembro. Empossa o cargo seu vice Itamar Franco.1993 - President Yeltsin declares a State of Emergency in Moscow.1993 - Tara Lynne Barr was born. American actress. 1994 - Portugal: Ao largo de Leixes, mil toneladas de crude so derramadas pelo petroleiro Cercal. 1994 - Harriet Hilliard Nelson dies (b. 1909). American actress.1995 - Iron Maiden lana o lbum The X Factor.1996 - The Electronic Freedom of Information Act Amendments are signed by U.S. President Bill Clinton. 1996 - An AeroPer Boeing 757 crashes in Pacific Ocean shortly after takeoff from Lima, Peru1996 - Lance Armstrong is diagnosed with testicular cancer that spreads to his liver, lungs, and brain. 1996 - Robert Bourassa dies (b. 1933). Politician, premier of Quebec.1997 - European Union: The Amsterdam Treaty is signed.1997 - Brasil: Refundao do Partido Trabalhista Nacional. 1997 - Terceira e ltima visita do Papa Joo Paulo II ao Brasil. 1998 - Gene Autry dies (b. 1907). American singer, actor, and entrepreneur.1998 - Olivier Gendebien dies (b. 1924). Belgian racing driver.1999 - Heinz G. Konsalik dies (b. 1921). German novelist.2000 - The science fiction TV-series Andromeda Ascendet premiered, it ended on May 13, 2005. 2001 - Bankruptcy of Swissair The company liquidates and the airline is replaced by SWISS.2001 - First palindromic MM-DD-YYYY date since August 31, 1380. 2001 - The NATO backs US military strikes, following 9/11.2001 - Franz Biebl dies (b. 1906). German composer.2002 - The Beltway sniper attacks begin, extending over three weeks. 2002 - Heinz von Foerster dies (b. 1911). Austrian-born physicist and philosopher. 2003 - John Maxwell Coetzee South-African writer gets the Nobel Prize in Literature. 2003 - John T. Dunlop dies (b. 1914). U.S. Secretary of Labor.2004 - American Samoa joins the North American Numbering Plan. 2005 - Ethan Allen Boating Accident: The Ethan Allen tour boat capsizes on Lake George in Upstate New York, killing twenty people. 2005 - NFL plays first regular season game outside United States when the Arizona CardinalsSan Francisco 49ers 31-14 in Mexico City, Mexico2005 - Bert Eriksson dies (b. 1931). Belgian neo-Nazi2005 - Nipsey Russell dies (b. 1918). American comedian.2005 - August Wilson dies (b. 1945). American playwright.2006 - Five school girls are murdered by Charles Carl Roberts in a shooting at an Amish schoolNickel Mines, Pennsylvania before Roberts commits suicide. 2006 - Helen Chenoweth-Hage dies (b. 1938). American politician.2006 - Tamara Dobson dies (b. 1947). American actress.2006 - Paul Halmos dies (b. 1916). Hungarian-born American mathematician.2007 - President Roh Moo-hyun of South Korea walks across the Military Demarcation Line into North Korea on his way to the second Inter-Korean Summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Il.2007 - Christopher Derrick dies (b. 1921). British writer.2007 - Dan Keating dies (b. 1902). Irish politician.2007 - Tawn Mastrey dies (b. 1954). American disc jockey.2007 - Tex Coulter dies (b. 1924). American football player.2008 - Choi Jin-sil dies (b. 1968). South Korean actress.2008 - Rob Guest dies (b. 1950). New Zealand entertainer.2009 - Rio de Janeiro is elected the host city of the 2016 Summer Olympics and Paralympics.2009 - The Twenty-eighth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland is approved at the second attempt, permitting the state to ratify the European Union's Treaty of Lisbon.Guinea - Independence Day (from France, 1958).India - Gandhi Jayanti (birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, 1869).French Republican Calendar - Pomme de terre (Potato) Day, eleventh day in the Month of Vendmiaire.Roman Catholic Church - Memorial of Guardian Angels, Leodegar.International Day of Non-Violence.
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On this day in History - Oct. 7
3761 BCE - The epoch (origin) of the modern Hebrew calendar. 0336 - Pope Mark dies leaving the papacy vacant. 0929 - Charles the Simple dies (b. 0879). King of France.1072 - Sancho II de Castela, rei de Castela e Leo. 1368 - Lionel of Antwerp, 1st Duke of Clarence dies (b. 1338). Son of Edward III of England.1425 - Treaty of Saumur. 1471 - King Frederick I of Denmark and Norway, was born (d. 1533). 1492 - Christopher Columbus misses Florida when he changes course. 1506 - Pope Julius II and France occupy Bologna. 1513 - Battle of La Motta Spanish troops under Ramon de Cardona defeat the Venetians. 1520 - First public burning of books in Netherlands, in Louvain. 1542 - Explorer Joo Rodrigues Cabrilho discovers Catalina Island, off California coast. 1553 - Cristbal de Morales dies (b. c. 1500). Spanish composer.1555 - Louis of Praet dies (b. 1488). Habsburg diplomat.1571 - Battle of Lepanto occurs (Turkish fleet defeated by the Holy League (Spain and Italy). Miguel de Cervantes is injured in this battle. 1573 - William Laud was born (d. 1645). Archbishop of Canterbury.1576 - John Marston was born (d. 1634). English writer. 1577 - George Gascoigne dies. English poet and dramatist. 1582 - Because of the implementation of the Gregorian calendar this day does not exist in this year in Italy, Poland, Portugal and Spain. 1589 - Maria Magdalena of Austria was born (d. 1631). Grand Duchess of Tuscany.1612 - Giovanni Battista Guarini dies (b. 1538). Italian poet, dramatist, and diplomat.1620 - Stanislaw Zlkiewski dies (b. 1547). Polish military leader. 1637 - Prince Frederick Henry of Orange occupies Breda. 1637 - Victor Amadeus I, Duke of Savoy dies (b. 1587). 1651 - Jacques Sirmond dies (b. 1559). French Jesuit scholar. 1653 - Fausto Poli dies (b. 1581). Italian Catholic priest. 1690 - English attack Quebec under Louis de Buade. 1697 - Canaletto was born (d.1768). Italian artist. 1702 - English/Dutch troops under John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough occupy Roermond. 1708 - Guru Gobind Singh dies (b. 1666). Tenth and last Sikh Guru. 1713 - Granville Elliott was born (d. 1759). British military officer.1714 - Beer tax riots in Alkmaar, Netherlands.1728 - Caesar Rodney was born (d. 1784). American lawyer.1737 - 40 foot waves sink 20,000 small craft and kill 300,000 (Bengal, India). 1744 - Sergey Vyazmitinov was born (d. 1819). Russian general and statesman.1748 - King Charles XIII of Sweden was born (d. 1818). 1763 - George III of Great Britain issues British Royal Proclamation of 1763, closing aboriginal lands in North America north and west of Alleghenies to white settlements. 1765 - Stamp Act Congress convenes in NY. 1769 - English explorer, Captain Cook, discovers New Zealand. 1769 - Solomon Sibley was born (d. 1846). American politician. 1772 - John Woolman dies (b. 1720). American Quaker preacher and abolitionist.1776 - Crown Prince Paul of Russia marries Sophie Marie Dorothea of Wrttemberg. 1777 - American Revolutionary War: Americans beat the British in the Second Battle of Saratoga, also known as the Battle of Bemis Heights. 1780 - Battle of Kings Mountain: American Patriot militia defeat Loyalist irregulars led by British colonel Patrick Ferguson in South Carolina. 1786 - Louis-Joseph Papineau was born (d. 1871). Canadian lawyer and politician.1787 - Henry Muhlenberg dies (b. 1711). German-born founder of the U.S. Lutheran Church.1792 - George Mason dies (b. 1725). American patriot. 1793 - Fundao da cidade de Rosario, em Santa Fe, Argentina. 1793 - Wills Hill, 1st Marquess of Downshire dies (b. 1718). English politician.1796 - Thomas Reid dies (b. 1710). Eminent Scottish metaphysician and philosopher. 1800 - French corsair Surcouf, commander of the 18-gun ship La Confiance, captures the english 38-gun Kent inspiring the traditional french song Le Trente-et-un du mois d'aot. 1806 - Carbon paper patented in London by inventor Ralph Wedgewood. 1816 - First double-decked steamboat, the "Washington", arrives in New Orleans.1825 - Miramichi Fire, disaster in New Brunswick 1826 - Granite Railway (first chartered railway in the U.S.) begins operations. 1828 - The city of Patras, Greece is liberated by the French expeditionary force in Peloponnese under General Maison. 1835 - Felix Draeseke was born (d. 1913). German composer. 1840 - Willem II becomes King of the Netherlands. 1841 - King Nicholas I of Montenegro was born (d. 1921). 1844 - Manuel Menndez assume (pela 3 vez) a presidncia do Peru. 1849 - James Whitcomb Riley was born (d. 1916). American poet.1849 - Edgar Allan Poe dies (b. 1809). American writer. 1864 - American Civil War: Battle of Darbytown Road (Johnson's Farm) - Confederate forces attempt to regain ground that had been lost around Richmond is thwarted. 1864 - American Civil War: Capture of the C.S.S. Florida Union Warship captures the Confederate raider ship while in port in Bahia, Brazil. 1865 - The Morant Bay Rebellion starts in Jamaica. 1866 - Wlodimir Ledochowski was born (d. 1942). Polish-Austrian director of the Society of Jesus.1868 - Cornell University holds opening day ceremonies; initial student enrollment is 412, the most at any American university to that date. 1870 - Franco-Prussian War Siege of Paris: Leon Gambetta flees Paris in balloon. 1870 Prince Friedrich of Hesse and by Rhine was born (d. 1873).1875 - Portugal : inaugurada a via-frrea que liga a Pvoa de Varzim ao Porto. 1879 - Germany and Austria-Hungary sign the "Twofold Covenant" and create the Dual Alliance. 1879 - Joe Hill was born. American labor activist and poet. 1881 - Mikhail Drozdovsky was born (d. 1918). Russian general.1882 - Baseball: In Game 2 of the first exhibiton series between the Champions of the National League and the American Association, Chicago (NL) beats Cincinnati (AA) 2-0. 1884 - Major Harold Geiger was born (d. 1927). U.S. Army aviation pioneer.1885 - Niels Bohr was born (d. 18 Nov 1962). Danish physicist. He is best known for investigations of atomic structure and also for work on radiation, which won him the 1922 Nobel Prize for Physics.1886 - Spain abolishes slavery in Cuba. 1888 - Henry A. Wallace was born (d. 1965). Vice President of the United States. 1892 - Dwain Esper was born (d. 18 Oct. 1982). American film director.1894 - Del Lord was born (d. 1970). American director. 1894 - Oliver Wendell Holmes dies (b. 1809). American poet. 1896 Emma Wedgwood dies (b. 1808). English naturalist, wife of Charles Darwin.1897 - Elijah Muhammad was born (d. 1975). American Black Muslim leader. 1898 - Joe Giard was born (d. 1956). American baseball player.1900 - The term "orienteering" is first used for an event. 1900 - Heinrich Himmler was born (d. 1945). Nazi official and leader of the SS. 1901 - Carlos Mastroiani was born in Gualeguay, Entre Ros. Argentine poet ("Tierra amanecida", "Luz de provincia", "Conocimiento de la noche"). 1903 - Rudolf Lipschitz dies (b. 1832). German mathematician. 1904 - Baseball: New York Highlander Jack Chesbro wins record 41st game of season (41-12). 1904 - Henrique de Barros was born in Coimbra (d. 20 Aug 2000). Portuguese politician. 1905 - Andy Devine was born (d. 1977). American actor. 1906 - Honor Beaugrand dies (b. 1848). Journalist and politician, mayor of Montreal.1907 - France's Henry Farman flies 30 m in a biplane. 1907 - Vctor Paz Estenssoro was born (d. 2001). President of Bolivia.1908 - Serbia and Montenegro sign anti-Austria-Hungarian pact. 1908 - Crete revolts against the Ottoman Empire and aligns with Greece. 1909 - Anni Blomqvist was born (d. 1990). Finnish novelist.1909 - Erastus Corning 2nd was born (d. 1983). American politician, 72nd Mayor of Albany, New York.1910 - Henry P. McIlhenny was born (d. 1986). American philanthropist.1911 - Shura Cherkassky was born (d. 1995). Ukrainian classical pianist.1911 - Vaughn Monroe was born (d. 1973). American singer. 1911 - John Hughlings Jackson dies (b. 1835). English neurologist.1912 - The Helsinki Stock Exchange sees its first transaction. 1912 - Fernando Belande Terry was born. President of Peru (1963-1968 , 1980-1985). 1913 - Henry Ford introduces the assembly line. 1913 - Simon Carmiggelt was born (d. 1987). Dutch journalist and writer.1914 - Alfred Drake was born (d. 1992). American actor.1914 - Sarah Churchill was born (d. 1982). British actress and dancer.1916 - Georgia Tech defeats Cumberland University 222-0 in the most lopsided victory in American college football. 1917 - June Allyson was born. American actress. 1919 - KLM of Netherlands was founded. It is the oldest airline still operating under its original name. 1919 - First London-Amsterdam airline service (Britain Aerial Transport and KLM). 1919 - Sir Zelman Cowen was born. 19th Governor-General of Australia. 1919 - Alfred Deakin dies (b. 1856). Second Prime Minister of Australia. 1920 Jack Rowley was born (d. 1998). English footballer.1921 - Raymond Goethals was born (d. 2004). Belgian football coach. 1922 - First radio link, WNJ (Newark, New Jersey) and WGY (Schenectady) link for World Series. 1922 - Former mayor of Rotterdam Alfred Zimmerman is appointed to represent The Netherlands in the League of Nations. 1922 - Grady Hatton was born. American baseball player.1922 William Zinsser was born. American writer.1923 - Irma Grese was born. Supervisor at Nazi concentration camps.1923 - Jean-Paul Riopelle was born (d. 2002). Qubcois painter and sculptor, member of Les Automatistes.1924 - Greek government of Dikalekopoulis forms. 1925 - Christy Mathewson dies (b. 1880). American baseball player. 1926 - Diana Lynn was born (d. 1971). American actress.1926 - Emil Kraepelin dies (b. 1856). German psychologist.1927 - Al Martino was born. American singer and actor. 1927 - R. D. Laing was born (d. 1989). Scottish psychologist.1928 - Ras Tafari Makonnen crowned negus of Abyssinia by Empress Zauditu. 1928 - Paavo Nurmi runs world record 10 miles (50:15.0). 1928 - Sohrab Sepehri was born (d. 1980). Persian poet and painter.1929 - Graeme Ferguson was born. Canadian filmmaker and executive. 1929 - Ramsay MacDonald is the first British premier to address the U.S. Congress. 1929 - Robert Westall was born (d. 1993). British author.1931 - First infrared photograph, Rochester, New York. 1931 - Cotton Fitzsimmons was born (d. 2004). American basketball coach. 1931 - Desmond Tutu was born. South African Anglican archbishop and anti-apartheid activist. He received in 1984 the Nobel Prize for Peace for his role in the opposition to Apartheid in South Africa. 1933 Air France is inaugurated, after being formed from a merger of 5 French airlines.1934 - Amiri Baraka was born. American playwright and poet.1934 - Ulrike Meinhof was born (d. 1976). German terrorist.1935 - Thomas Keneally was born. Australian author. 1936 - Charles Dutoit was born. Swiss conductor. 1937 - Maria Szyszkowska was born. Polish politician. 1938 - Germany demands all Jewish passports stamped with the letter J. 1939 - Bill Snyder was born. American football coach. 1939 - Clive James was born. Australian TV presenter and writer.1939 - Harold Kroto was born. British chemist, Nobel Prize laureate.1939 - John Hopcroft was born. American computer scientist.1940 - World War II: Germany invades Romania. 1940 - World War II: the McCollum memo proposes bringing the U.S. into the war in Europe by provoking the Japanese to attack the United States. 1940 - Bruce Vento was born (d. 2000). American politician, U.S. Congressman from Minnesota.1941 - German army occupies Viazma, U.S.S.R. 1941 - John Curtin becomes the 14th Prime Minister of Australia. 1942 World War II: The October Matanikau action on Guadalcanal begins as United States Marine Corps forces attack Imperial Japanese Army units along the Matanikau River.1942 - U.S. and British government announce establishment of United Nations. 1942 - Maxwell Anderson's "Eve of St. Mark," premieres in New York City. 1942 - World War II: A salvo of Katyusha rockets destroys a German battalion in Stalingrad. 1943 - Japan executes 100 American prisoners on Wake Island. 1943 - Jos Cardenal was born. Cuban baseball player. 1943 - Joy Behar was born. American co-host of The View.1943 - Oliver North was born. United States Marine and politician. 1943 - Eugeniusz Bodo dies (b. 1899). Polish actor. 1943 - Radclyffe Hall dies (b. 1880). British author. 1944 - Uprising at Birkenau concentration camp. 1944 - Uprising at Auschwitz, Jews burn down crematoriums. 1944 - Fieldmarshal Erwin Rommel ordered to return to Berlin. 1944 - Allies bombs sea dikes at Vlissingen. 1944 - Claudio Tozzi was born. Brazilian painter. 1944 - Donald Tsang was born. The current Chief executive of Hong Kong.1944 - Judee Sill was born (d. 1979). American musician and songwriter.1944 Helmut Lent dies (b. 1918). German night fighter pilot.1945 - Kevin Godley was born. British musician (10cc). 1945 - Felix Salten dies in Zurich (b. 6 Sep 1869). Austrian writer (Bambi). 1946 - Bernard Lavilliers was born. French singer. 1946 - Pengiran Anak Saleha was born. Queen of Brunei. 1947 - France Gall was born. French singer. 1948 - Diane Ackerman was born. American poet and essayist. 1949 - German Democratic Republic (East Germany) formed. 1949 - Dave Hope was born. American bass player (Kansas). 1949 - One of the earliest television shows, Ford Theater debuts. 1950 - United States forces invade North Korea by crossing the 38th parallel. 1950 - Annexation of Tibet by China. 1950 - Jakaya Kikwete was born. Tanzanian politician. 1951 - David Ben-Gurion forms Israeli government. 1951 - Malayan Emergency: Malay Races Liberation Army (MRLA) ambushes and kills British High Commissioner Sir Henry Gurney. 1951 - Lbia adopts a new Constituition. 1951 - David J. Halberstam was born. American radio executive.1951 - John Mellencamp was born. American singer. 1952 - "American Bandstand" debuts on a local Philadelphia station. 1952 - Graham Yallop was born. Australian cricketer. 1952 - Jacques Richard was born (d. 2002). National Hockey League player.1952 - Mary Badham was born. American actress.1952 - Vladimir Putin was born. President of Russia. 1953 - Tico Torres was born. American percussionist (Bon Jovi). 1954 - Kenneth Atchley was born. American composer. 1955 - Beat poet Allen Ginsberg reads his poem "Howl" for the first time at a poetry reading in San Francisco. 1955 - Ralph Johnson was born. American computer scientist. 1955 - Yo-Yo Ma was born. French-born cellist. 1956 - Beatificao do Papa Inocncio XI. 1956 - Clarence Birdseye dies (b. 1886). American inventor.1957 - Dick Clark's American Bandstand debuts. 1957 - A fire in the Windscale plutonium production reactor, north of Liverpool, England, cause the release of radioactive material, which is later blamed for 39 cancer deaths. 1957 - Jayne Torvill was born. British figure skater. 1957 - Michael W. Smith was born. American singer. 1958 - President of Pakistan Iskander Mirza, with the support of General Ayub Khan and the army, suspends the 1956 constitution, imposes martial law, and cancels the elections scheduled for January 1959. 1958 - U.S. manned space-flight project renamed Project Mercury. 1958 - Judy Landers was born. American actress. 1959 - U.S.S.R. probe Luna 3 transmits first ever photographs of the Far side of the Moon. 1959 - Far side of the Moon seen for first time, compliments of U.S.S.R.'s Luna 3. 1959 - Dylan Baker was born. American character actor. 1959 - Jean-Marc Fournier was born. French Canadian politician.1959 - Lourdes Flores was born. Peruvian politician.1959 - Simon Cowell was born. English recording executive. 1959 - Alosio de Castro dies in Rio de Janeiro (b. 14 Jun 1881). Brazilian physician, orator and poet.1959 - Mario Lanza dies (b. 1921). American tenor. 1960 - Kennedy and Nixon debate Cold War foreign policy in the second of four scheduled debates. 1960 - Nigeria is admited as member of United Nations.1960 - Kyosuke Himuro was born. Japanese singer. 1960 - Viktor Lazlo was born. French singer. 1961 - Brian Mannix was born. Australian singer and actor. 1961 - Matthew Roloff was born. American actor and reality star. 1962 - U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya, U.S.S.R. 1962 - Dave Bronconnier was born. Mayor of Calgary. 1963 - John F. Kennedy signs ratification for Partial Test Ban Treaty. 1963 - Hurricane Flora hits Haiti and Dominican Republic, kills 7,190. 1963 - Gustaf Grndgens dies (b. 1899). German actor. 1964 - Dan Savage was born. American sex-columnist and author. 1964 - Paul Stewart was born. English footballer.1964 - Sam Brown was born. English singer-songwriter.1965 - Genji Hashimoto was born. Japanese racing driver.1966 - Marco Beltrami was born. Italian-American film composer. 1966 Sherman Alexie was born. Native American author and comedian.1966 - Toni Braxton was born. American singer. 1966 Grigoris Asikis dies (b. 1890). Greek singer and songwriter.1966 Smiley Lewis dies (b. 1913). American musician.1967 Luke Haines was born. English musician (The Auteurs, Black Box Recorder).1967 Takahiro Izutani was born. Japanese composer.1967 - Clarence Birdseye dies (b. 1886). American inventor.1967 - Norman Angell dies (b. 1872). British politician, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1933. 1968 - Hollywood adopts the movie ratings system. 1968 - Thom Yorke was born. English singer (Radiohead). 1969 - Benny Chan Ho Man was born. Hong Kong actor and singer. 1969 - Javier lvarez was born. Spanish singer-songwriter. 1969 - Malia Hosaka was born. Hawaiian professional wrestler. 1969 - Maria Whittaker was born. English model. 1969 - Lon Scieur dies (b. 1888). Belgian cyclist.1970 - Nicole Ari Parker was born. Amkerican actress and former model.1970 - Serena Altschul was born. American reporter. 1970 - Richard Nixon announces a new five-point peace proposal to end the Vietnam War. 1971 - Om is admited as member of United Nations.1971 - Daniel Boucher was born. Quebecois musician. 1972 - Ben Younger was born. American screenwriter and film director. 1973 - Mata Real Stadium in Paos de Ferreira, Portugal, is inaugurated /Inaugurao do Estdio da Mata Real, em Paos de Ferreira. 1973 - Dida was born. Brazilian footballer (goalkeeper).1973 - Priest Holmes was born. American Football Running Back. 1973 - Sami Hyypia was born. Finnish football player.1974 - Alexander Polinsky was born. American actor.1974 - Allison Munn was born. American actress.1974 - Charlotte Nilsson was born. Swedish singer. 1975 - Gerald R. Ford signs a legislation allowing women to apply for admission to the U.S. military academies, effective in 1976. 1975 - Damian Kulash was born. American musician (OK Go). 1975 - Terry Gerin was born. American professional wrestler. 1975 - Tim Minchin was born. Australian comedian and musician. 1976 - Charles Woodson was born. American football player.1976 - Gilberto Silva was born. Brazilian football player.1976 - Marc Coma was born. Spanish motorcycle racer.1976 - Rachel McAdams was born. Canadian actress.1976 - Santiago Solari was born. Argentinian footballer. 1976 - Taylor Hicks was born. American musician.1977 - The adoption of the Fourth Soviet Constitution. 1977 - Brandon Quinn was born. American actor. 1977 - Meighan Desmond was born. New Zealand actress. 1977 - Pitty was born. Brazilian singer. 1978 - Charlotte Rampling / Jean-Michel Jarre wedding. 1978 - Alesha Dixon was born. Pop singer, member of Mis-Teeq. 1978 - Zaheer Khan was born. Indian cricketer. 1979 - Aaron Ashmore was born. Canadian actor. 1979 - Shawn Ashmore was born. Canadian actor.1979 - Simona Amnar was born. Romanian gymnast.1979 - Tang Wei was born. Chinese actress. 1980 - Edison Chen was born. Canadian-born actor. 1981 Doni Schroader was born. American avant garde composer,pop musician.1981 - Albert Cohen dies (b. 1895). Greek-born novelist. 1982 - Cats opens on Broadway and runs for nearly 18 years before closing on September 10, 2000. 1982 - Jermain Defoe was born. English footballer. 1982 Li Yundi was born. Chinese classical pianist.1982 Madjid Bougherra was born. Algerian footballer.1982 - Robby Ginepri was born. American tennis player.1982 - Alejandro Nez Alonso dies. Spanish journalist and novelist. National Prize in Literature in 1957.1983 Scottie Upshall was born. Canadian hockey player.1984 - NFL running back Walter Payton breaks Jim Brown's rushing record. 1984 Toma Ikuta was born. Japanese singer and actor.1984 Salman Butt was born. Pakistani cricketer.1985 - The Achille Lauro is hijacked by Palestinian terrorists. 1985 - The Mameyes disaster occurs in Ponce, Puerto Rico. 1985 - Evan Longoria was born. American baseball player. 1986 - Bree Olson was born. American adult film actress. 1986 - Chase Daniel was born. American football player. 1986 - Gunnar Nielsen was born. Faroese footballer.1986 - Lee Nguyen was born. American soccer player. 1987 - Jeremy Brockie was born. Australian footballer.1987 Sam Querrey was born. American tennis player.1988 - New York City radio station WNBC goes off the air at AM 660 and is replaced by sports station WFAN which was at 1050 AM before the switch. 1988 - Stacy DuPree was born. American musician (Eisley). 1991 - Chauncey Matthews was born. American Juniors singer. 1991 - Zoi Lima was born. Portuguese gymnast. 1991 - Leo Durocher dies (b. 1905). American baseball player and manager.1992 - Allan Bloom dies (b. 1930). American philosopher and educator.1992 - Tevfik Esen dies (b. 1904). Last known speaker of Ubykh.1993 - The Great Flood of 1993 ends at St. Louis, Missouri, 103 days after it began, as the Mississippi River falls below flood stage. 1993 - Benazir Bhutto's party wins plurality (but not the absolute majority) in Pakistan's Assembly. 1993 - Cyril Cusack dies (b. 1910). Irish actor.1994 - Niels Kaj Jerne dies (b. 1911). English-born immunologist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. 1994 - Maurcio do Valle dies. Brazilian actor. 1996 - The Fox News Channel, an American cable news network, is launched. 1996 - Grigoris Asikis dies (b. 1890). Greek singer and songwriter.1997 - YUM! Brands, Inc. is founded (then as Tricon Global Restaurants, Inc.) when Pizza Hut, KFC, and Taco Bell spin-off from PepsiCo. 1998 - Matthew Shepard, a gay student at the University of Wyoming, is found tied to a fence after being savagely beaten by two young adults in Laramie, Wyoming. 1998 - Charmed Premieres on The WB, an American TV Station. 1998 - Arnold Jacobs dies (b. 1915). Tuba player a.k.a. Song and Wind.2000 - The last ever competitive match at Wembley Stadium is a 1-0 defeat of England to Germany and the last goal was scored by Liverpool's Dietmar Hammann. The match was Tony Adams' 60th at Wembley setting the record for most appearances at the stadium. 2001 - The U.S. invasion of Afghanistan starts with an air assault and covert operations on the ground. 2001 - British national railway infrastructure company Railtrack put into railway administration in controversial circumstances. 2001 - Princess Senate Seeiso was born. Daughter of King Letsie III of Lesotho. 2001 - Christopher Adams dies (b. 1955). British-born pro wrestler and judoka.2001 - Herbert Block dies (b. 1909). American cartoonist.2001 - Roger Gaudry dies (b. 1913). French Canadian chemist, businessman and corporate director.2002 - Maher Arar is deported by the US government to Syria, where he is tortured and held without charge for a year before being returned home to Canada. 2002 - The Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet decides to award The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for 2002 jointly to Sydney Brenner, H. Robert Horvitz and John E. Sulston for their discoveries concerning genetic regulation of organ development and programmed cell death, by the study of 1-mm-long worm Caenorhabditis elegans. 2002 - Space Shuttle Atlantis flies mission STS-112, its last mission before the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster. 2002 Pierangelo Bertoli dies (b. 1942). Italian singer-songwriter.2003 - California recall: California governor Gray Davis is recalled from office three years before the official end of his office term and is replaced by Arnold Schwarzenegger. 2003 - The 2003 Nobel Prize for Physics is announced to go to Alexei Alexeyevich Abrikosov (b. 25 Jun 1928~) and Anthony James Leggett (b. 26 Mar 1938~), of the US, and Vitaly L. Ginzburg (b.04 Oct 1916~) of Russia "for pioneering contributions to the theory of superconductors and superfluids".2003 Arthur Berger dies (b. 1912). American composer.2003 - Izzy Asper dies (b. 1932). Canadian tax lawyer and medias magnate.2003 - Wally George dies (b. 1931). American conservative TV commentator.2004 - King Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia abdicates. 2004 - Elfriede Jelinek (b. 20 Oct 1946), Austrian writer won The 2004 Nobel Prize in Literature "for her musical flow of voices and counter-voices in novels and plays that with extraordinary linguistic zeal reveal the absurdity of society's clichs and their subjugating power". She is best known for her autobiographical novel The Piano Teacher.2004 - Ken Bigley dies (b. 1942). British hostage in Iraq.2005 - Mohamed ElBaradei and the International Atomic Energy Agency that he heads won the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize Friday for their efforts to stop the spread of nuclear weapons (updated). 2005 - Charles Rocket dies (b. 1949). American actor.2006 Abraham Afewerki dies (b. 1966). Eritrean singer.2006 - Anna Politkovskaya dies (b. 1958). Russian journalist.2007 - George E. Sangmeister dies (b. 1931). American politician.2007 - Norifumi Abe dies (b. 1975). Japanese motorcycle racer.2008 Leslie Hardman dies (b. 1913). Jewish Orthodox rabbi.RC Saints - Memorial of Our Lady of the Rosary; formerly Saint Justina, Saint Osyth.Feast day of Pope Mark.Saints Sergius and Bacchus.East Germany - Republic Day.French Republican Calendar - Belle de nuit (Beautiful of Night, a flower) Day, sixteenth day in the Month of Vendmiaire.Brazil - Composer Day.
Essence Picks A Trio Of Black Supermodels For September Cover [Rag Trade]
Naomi Campbell, Iman, and Liya Kebede grace the cover of Essence's 40th anniversary September issue. [Fashion Bomb Daily] Two retail bigwigs got into a wee fight about how much of Martha Stewart's products they each sell. [P6] Victoria Beckham is said to be working on a handbag line for her namesake fashion brand with the very talented accessories designer Katie Hillier. [Vogue UK] Avril Lavigne, on her new perfume: "I was involved with everything because I have to make sure it's something that I can stand behind and it has to represent me. Not only visually did I go through everything with creating the box, font and bottle, but I went through the whole message behind it including the ad campaign and commercial. I like the fragrance because you can wear it at day and night." [PopEater] Actress Lea Michele actually asked a brand if she could hold onto a dress she liked from a shoot. Jill Stuart found this courtesy impressive. Isn't that setting the bar a little low? [P6] Stylist Lori Goldstein: "The people that I have always been drawn to are the worker bees. Whether that's Steven Meisel whoever it is nobody I know wants to be a celebrity. They're attracted to the work itself. Karl Lagerfeld once said to me, 'We have class. Working class!'" [Fashionista] "Designing for Bebe was the perfect first step because it really got our feet wet," says Kim Kardashian. "Now we feel that we are ready to branch off and do our own thing with a company that is widely international." The Kardashian sisters' new clothing line is expected to generate U.S. sales of $20-$40 million in its first year. [WWD] Richie Rich says the theme for his show this September is "Popluxe." Which means: "It's about pop culture in general, and my life in New York so far, and my friends. I like a resurgence of naughtiness; S&M; mixed with a sort of debutante ball, but pretty, pretty, pretty." [The Cut] Joseph Altuzarra says of his September collection, "I'm still focusing on the same sort of woman and on tailoring but I'll be taking it more into daywear. I'm not inspired by just one set thing for spring. Whereas last season it was very much based upon Tim Burton's film aesthetic, this collection will be more cross-referential if you look at different points of inspiration you can create something very new and fresh. I'll be using reoccurring shapes and seeing how they are used in different cultures." You say Tim Burton, we say Tom Ford c.a. Gucci, but, as the kids say, whatevs. [Vogue UK] Sally Hershberger, she of the $800 haircuts, has been hit with a $140,000 tax lien by the IRS. [P6] Armani Exchange is doing 3-D ads. [WWD] Cathy Horyn explains the Innovative Design Piracy and Protection Act, the bill proposed by Senator Charles Schumer that would offer some legal protection to designers whose work is knocked off. "The proposed legislation provides very limited intellectual property protection to the most original design. A designer who claims that his work has been copied must show that his design provides 'a unique, distinguishable, non-trivial and non-utilitarian variation over prior designs.' And it must be proven by the designer that the copy is 'substantially identical' to the original so as to be mistaken for it. The bill would cover all fashion designs, including products like handbags, belts and sunglasses, for a three-year period from the time the item is seen in public on a runway, say. Factors than can't be used in determining the uniqueness of a design are color, patterns and a graphic element. In other words, the bar is extremely high to determine what qualifies as a unique and distinguishable fashion design." [On The Runway] Street style blogs are The Most Important Blogs Of Our Time. And if you want to get snapped by Beautiful Stranger, it might help to put on your best outfit and hang around outside Caf Gitane in downtown Manhattan. (Watch out for Terry, he likes it there too!) And leave your Uggs, gladiator sandals, long casual dresses, and overly revealing clothing at home, says the Wall Street Journal. Meh. This was more fun when Refinery29 did it. [WSJ] The opening of a Bloomingdale's in Santa Monica drew Barbra Streisand, Diane Keaton, and Donna Karan, among others. The event raised $125,000 for the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute's Women's Heart Center, and Women's Wear Daily reports: "'They are going to have coffee yogurt here, coffee frozen yogurt my fave,' [Streisand] exclaimed. Turning to the serious matter of heart disease, Streisand informed the crowd of 200, 'It's not just a man's disease anymore. This is now a women's epidemic.'" [WWD] Chicer-than-chic Parisian boutique Colette is selling an exclusive colorway of one of Isabel Toledo's shoes for Payless for $46. If you want to buy any of the regular versions at, you know, Payless, you'll have to wait until September 7. [Racked] L'Wren Scott did a holiday makeup collection for Lancme. [WWD] This was the line outside the Alexander Wang sample sale in New York yesterday. [Fashionista] Everybody wants some Wang! Even the spendy Saudi princess. [P6] After 11 consecutive quarters of net losses, Liz Claiborne's C.E.O. is cautiously optimistic about a return to the black in the next three months. [WWD] Lily Cole is sick of your pathetic anti-red-haired prejudice, everyone. "When I was younger I definitely did [face anti-ginger prejudice]," Cole says. "As a child all teasing hurts, whether it's because you're fat or a different race or have red hair. I had enough comments from a couple of people to make it a sore point. I sympathise with children who are going through it but when they get older and are away from stupid children making comments, most people grow to love their red hair." [Vogue UK] Rick Moranis impersonator and magazine publisher Olivier Zahm seems to be getting over his breakup with his primary girlfriend, Natacha Ramsay. She left him for another man, but, as Zahm writes, "It meant a world to me Natacha that you came to see me yesterday. I'm aware now that I have no choice than to let you go. Speaking with you, kissing you, holding you the all day, saved my life." And also this probably helps (second link NSFW). Polyamory: It's complicated. [Purple Diary] We don't know what this is, but WE NEED IT NOW. [Racked]
Talk About Kevin wins London Film Festival prize ~ Daily World News
Ezra Miller, left, and Tilda Swinton in We Need To Talk About Kevin We Need To Talk About Kevin is based on Lionel Shriver's novel Continue reading the main story Related Stories * Kevin nightmare brought to life * Law helps launch London film gala We Need To Talk About Kevin, a film about a mother's troubled relationship with her son, has won best movie at the BFI London Film Festival awards. Director Lynne Ramsay said the prize was "light at the end of the tunnel". Actress Candese Reid won best British newcomer for Junkhearts, Argentine Pablo Giorgelli won best first feature for Las Acacias and Werner Herzog won best documentary for Into the Abyss. Actor Ralph Fiennes and director David Cronenberg accepted BFI fellowships. Ramsay's film, starring Ezra Miller as a boy who commits a terrible crime and Tilda Swinton as his mother, is an adaptation of Lionel Shriver's best-selling novel. "We worked really hard on this one," said Ramsay at the award ceremony at St Luke's church in central London. "The script was intricate and really well-crafted - we had to do it that way with only 30 days to shoot. "It's a really major achievement for us, we have been wanting this for years." Pablo Giorgelli's Las Acacias Pablo Giorgelli's Las Acacias - best first feature winner - won the equivalent prize at Cannes Actress Gillian Anderson, a judge for the best film category, said the panel's decision had been tough and that "we did have to battle it out over the table". We Need To Talk About Kevin beat finalists including Venice film festival winner Faust, Steve McQueen's Shame and The Descendants, starring George Clooney, from Sideways director Alexander Payne. "One hopes that the winner has an element of the sublime in it that is above and beyond what some of the others have," said Anderson. "We Need to Talk About Kevin is made with the kind of singular vision that links great directors across all the traditions of cinema," added Shakespeare in Love director Jo
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Ramsey Park celebrates its 100th birthday
Eberhart proclaim the official opening of Alexander Ramsey Park. A ladies’ chorus and the Redwood Falls Military Band provided music while hundreds ate a picnic lunch at tables or cloths on the ground. Every elected official in the state except the ...
Bookworm Sez: "Belle" a wonderful tale of the Civil Rights era
“Belle, the Last Mule at Gee's Bend” by Calvin Alexander Ramsey and Bettye Stroud, illustrated by John Holyfield (Candlewick Press, 32 pages, $15.99) Who is your favorite superhero? Does he wear a cape and fly through the air? Or maybe your ...
Center For Puppetry Arts Celebrates Diversity, Debuts ‘Ruth And The Green Book’ In February
In February, the Center for Puppetry Arts brings to the stage an acclaimed story from local author Calvin Alexander Ramsey. “Ruth and the Green Book” follows the journey of an African-American family from Chicago to Alabama in the 1950s.
Premier seat is rock solid for Labor
The seat was named after former Housing Trust general manager Alexander Ramsay and has a big Housing Trust heritage as well as a proud British immigrant history. It could be called "Little Orphan Ramsay' in the current by-election atmosphere. Disowned by ...
Lynne Ramsay Is Back. Finally.
Ramsay had an art-house hit under her belt and a best seller ... he didn’t write ‘Drive’ — that takes two minutes to direct.’’ She mentioned Alexander Payne and his recent film, ‘‘The Descendants,’’ which was released seven ...
Book Review: Mule Was True Hero To Many
In the book “Belle, the Last Mule at Gee’s Bend” by Calvin Alexander Ramsey and Bettye Stroud, illustrated by John Holyfield, you’ll meet the hero who gently made history. Alex was just killing time. His mother was doing some shopping at the Gee ...
Alexander Kalamar
Alexander Stephen Kalamar died Wednesday ... Funeral services were held Monday Jan. 16, from F. John Ramsey Funeral Home, Franklin to Immaculate Conception RC Church, Franklin for a Mass of Christian Burial. Interment followed at Immaculate ...
Mule serves a place in history in children's book
In the book "Belle, the Last Mule at Gee's Bend" by Calvin Alexander Ramsey and Bettye Stroud, illustrated by John Holyfield, you'll meet the hero who gently made history. Alex was just killing time. His mother was doing some shopping at the Gee's Bend ...
Students learn importance of seat belts
Alexander County Coroner Willie Bingham discussed the importance of wearing a seatbelt from the coroner's perspective. Students then had an opportunity to earn prizes during a safe seatbelt trivia game. Pictured are: (back, from left) Brittney Ramsey ...
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