This Day in History for 15th November

Historical Events

Events 1 - 100 of 194

655 - Battle of Winwaed: Penda of Mercia is defeated by Oswiu of Northumbria.
1315 - Battle of Morgarten: Swiss beat duke Leopold I of Austria
1348 - Rudolph of Oron claims Jews have confessed to poisoning wells
1491 - Anne of Brittany becomes devoted to end "la guerre folle"
1492 - Christopher Columbus notes 1st recorded reference to tobacco
1492 - In La Guardia, Spain, 6 Jews & 5 Conversos are accused of ritual murder
1515 - Thomas Cardinal Wolsey is invested as a Cardinal
1527 - Treaty of Beautiful garden (emperor-ecclesiastical goods)
1532 - Pope Clemens VII tells Henry VIII to end relationship with Anna Boleyn
1533 - Francisco Pizarro arrives at Cuzco
1577 - Sir Francis Drake aboard Pelican travels from Chile to Washington
Vice Admiral and Navigator Francis DrakeVice Admiral and Navigator Francis Drake 1583 - Gelders Earl Willem of the Bergh flees
1620 - Myles Standish leads 16 men in a foot exploration of the northern portion of Cape Cod
1660 - 1st kosher butcher (Asser Levy) licensed in NYC (New Amsterdam)
1679 - English house of Commons accept Exclusion Bill
1688 - Prince Willem III's army lands at Torbay, England; the 'Glorious Revolution' commences
1715 - Barrier Treaty, Austria cedes area to Netherlands
1720 - Anne Bonny, Mary Read, and John Rackham are captured by Capt. Jonathan Barnet and brought to Spanish Town, Jamaica, for trial
1727 - NY General assembly permits Jews to omit phrase "upon the faith of a Christian" from abjuration oath
Pirate Anne BonnyPirate Anne Bonny 1763 - Charles Mason & Jeremiah Dixon begin surveying Mason-Dixon Line between Pennsylvania & Maryland
1777 - Articles of Confederation adopted by Continental Congress
1791 - 1st Catholic college in US, Georgetown, opens
1806 - 1st US college magazine, Yale Literary Government, publishes 1st issue
1806 - Explorer Zebulon Pike sights Pikes Peak (Colorado)
1813 - Allied troops occupies Groningen
1813 - Tax revolt in Amsterdam
1824 - Series of fires kills 10 in Edinburgh, Scotland
1826 - Dutch Business Me gets monopoly on opium trade in Java/Madura
1827 - Creek-indians lose all their property in US
1832 - Felix Mendelssohn's "Reformation," premieres
Naturalist Charles DarwinNaturalist Charles Darwin 1835 - Charles Darwin reaches Tahiti on board HMS Beagle
1837 - Isaac Pitman introduces his shorthand system
1845 - Opera "Maritana" is produced (London)
1849 - 1st US poultry show opens in Boston
1854 - In Egypt, the Suez Canal, linking the Mediterranean Sea with the Red Sea, is given the necessary royal concession.
1864 - 1st US mines school opens in basement of Columbia University, NY
1864 - Union Major General Sherman leaves Atlanta on the "March to the Sea"
1869 - Free postal delivery formally inaugurated
1870 - Bathe becomes member of Noordduitse Union
1881 - American Federation of Labor (AFL) founded (Pittsburgh)
Union General William Tecumseh ShermanUnion General William Tecumseh Sherman 1882 - British HMS Flirt destroys village of Asaba Niger
1884 - Colonization of Africa orgainized at Intl conference in Berlin
1887 - British SS Wah Yeung catches fire on Canton River off Hong Kong
1889 - Dom Pedro II, Emperor of Brazil, deposed; republic proclaimed
1899 - Morning Post reporter Winston Churchill captured by Boers in Natal
1901 - james j jeffries TKOs Gus Ruhlin in 6 for heavyweight boxing title in San Francisco
1902 - Leopold II, King of Belgium almost assassinated by Italian anarchist
1903 - Eugen d'Alberts opera "Tiefland" premieres in Prague
Boxer and World Heavyweight Champion James J. JeffriesBoxer and World Heavyweight Champion James J. Jeffries 1911 - Proclamation sets designs for Canadian $5 & $10 gold coins
1914 - Ital socialist Benito Mussolini founds newspaper Il populo d'italia
1916 - William George Barker, flying very low over the Ancre River, spots a large concentration of German troops massing for a counter-attack on Beaumont Hamel, and sends an emergency Zone Call brought to bear all available artillery fire in the area onto the specified target. The force of some 4,000 German infantry was effectively broken up, and Barker is awarded the Military Cross
1919 - Senate 1st invokes cloture to end a filibuster (Versailles Treaty)
1920 - Ernst Toller's "Massen und Menschen" premieres in Nuremberg
First World War Flying Ace William George BarkerFirst World War Flying Ace William George Barker 1920 - Free City of Danzig forms under League of Nations protection
1920 - League of Nations holds 1st meeting, in Geneva
1921 - KYW-AM in Philadelphia PA begins radio transmissions
1922 - British Conservative Party wins election; /Labour Party comes second
1924 - Dutch Christian Radio Society (NCRV) forms
1926 - 1st formal radio network, RCA takes over AT&T 25 station Network (NBC)
1926 - AT&T sells WEAF radio to RCA (NYC)
1932 - Walt Disney Art School created
1934 - Nobel for chemistry awarded to Harold C Urey (deuterium)
1935 - Commonwealth of Philippines inaugurated
1936 - Nazi-Germany & Japan sign Anti-Komintern pact
1937 - 1st congressional session in air-conditioned chambers
1938 - 1st telecast of an unscheduled event (fire), W2XBT, NY
1938 - Farewell Parade of International Brigades in Barcelona
1939 - Anti-German demonstrations in Czechoslovakia
32nd US President Franklin D. Roosevelt32nd US President Franklin D. Roosevelt 1939 - FDR lays cornerstone of Jefferson Memorial in Wash DC
1939 - Nazis begin mass murder of Warsaw Jews
1939 - US Social Security Administration approves 1st unemployment check
1940 - 1st 75,000 men called to armed forces duty during peacetime
1940 - 1st black to sign hockey contract-Arthur Dorrington & AC Seagulls
1940 - NY Midtown tunnel linking Manhattan and Queens opens to traffic
1941 - Cow Palace opens in San Francisco
1941 - Yugoslav government in exile names Draza Mihailovic premier
1942 - World War II: First flight of the Heinkel He 219.
1944 - Surprise attack on office of Nethche Bank
1945 - The rules are revised for election of modern players to the Hall of Fame
1946 - House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC) interrogates astronomer Harlow Shapley
Baseball Player Ted WilliamsBaseball Player Ted Williams 1946 - Ted Williams is picked as AL MVP
1947 - Bradman scores his 100th 100, 172 v Indians at the SCG
1947 - Soccer team GVVV forms in Veenendaal
1948 - Mackenzie King retires after spending 22 years as the Prime Minister of Canada
1948 - Louis St. Laurent is sworn in as the 12th Prime Minister of Canada
1949 - KRON TV channel 4 in San Francisco, CA (NBC) begins broadcasting
1949 - WSAZ TV channel 3 in Huntington-Charleston, NV (NBC) 1st broadcast
1950 - Arthur Dorrington, 1st black man in organized hockey is signed (Atl City Seagulls of Eastern Amateur Hockey League)
12th Prime Minister of Canada Louis St. Laurent12th Prime Minister of Canada Louis St. Laurent 1951 - Cricket 1st-class debut of Hanif Mohammad, Pak XI v MCC, Lahore
1951 - NY Yankee Gil McDougald wins AL Rookie of Year
1953 - WIBW TV channel 13 in Topeka, KS (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting
1953 - WRBL TV channel 3 in Columbus, GA (CBS) begins broadcasting
1954 - 1st regularly scheduled commercial flights over North Pole begins
1955 - Poland & Yugoslavia sign trade agreement
1956 - "Li'l Abner" opens at St James Theater NYC for 693 performances
1956 - Elvis Presley's 1st film "Love Me Tender" premieres in NYC
Singer & Cultural Icon Elvis PresleySinger & Cultural Icon Elvis Presley 1957 - US sentences Soviet spy Rudolf Ivanovich Abel to 30 years & $3,000
1959 - Richard "Dick" Hickock and Perry Smith murder four members of the Clutter Family at their farm outside Holcomb, Kansas (subject of Truman Capote book In Cold Blood).
1959 - Cleveland Browns' halfback Bobby Mitchell sets club record for longest run from scrimmage (90-yards), beat Wash 31-17
1960 - Elgin Baylor of NBA LA Lakers scores 71 points vs NY Knicks

Famous Birthdays

Birthdays 1 - 100 of 202

1316 - Jean I, King of France (Nov 15-19, 1316) (he lived only 5 days)
1397 - Nicholas V, [Tommaso Parentucelli], Italy, Pope (1447-55)
1498 - Eleonore of Austria, Queen of Portugal and France (d. 1558)
1556 - Jacques-Davy Duperron, French cardinal (d. 1618)
1559 - Albrecht, arch duke of Austrian/cardinal-archbishop of Toledo
1604 - Davis Mell, composer
1607 - Madeleine de Scudéry, French writer (d. 1701)
1619 - Philips Koninck, Amsterdams painter/etcher
1640 - Nicolaus Adam Strungk, composer
1660 - Hermann von der Hardt, German historian (d. 1746)
1661 - Christoph von Graffenried, Swiss settler in Americas (d. 1743)
1688 - Louis Bertrand Castel, French mathematician (d. 1757)
1692 - Eusebius Amort, German Catholic theologian (d. 1775)
1696 - Gerhardus Havingha, composer
1705 - Louis-Gabriel Guillemain, composer
British Prime Minister (The Great Commoner) William Pitt the ElderBritish Prime Minister (The Great Commoner) William Pitt the Elder (1708) 1708 - William Pitt the Elder, London, British Prime Minister (Whig, 1756-61, 66-68), `Great Commoner', (d. 1778)
1731 - William Cowper, English lawyer/poet (John Gilpin) [OS]
1738 - F William Herschel, German/English astronomer (discovered Uranus)
1741 - Johann C Lavater, Swiss vicar/philosopher
1746 - Joseph Quesnel, French Canadian composer and playwright (d. 1809)
1755 - Jan Blanken, Dutch hydraulic engineer
1757 - Heinrich Christian Friedrich Schumacher, Danish surgeon (d. 1830)
1774 - William Horsley, composer
1775 - Georges-Julien Sieber, composer
1784 - Jerome Bonaparte, King of Westphalia (d. 1860)
1793 - Michel Chasles, French mathematician (geometry)
1800 - George Rodwell, composer
1814 - Pleasant Adam Hackleman, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862
1815 - John Banvard, NYC, painted worlds largest painting (3 mile canvas)
1816 - Joseph Bennett Plummer, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862
1829 - Petrus A S van Limburg Brouwer, MP/critic (Akbar)
1836 - Pierce Manning Butler Young, Mjr Gen (Confederate Army), died in 1896
1840 - Aleksei N Apuchtin, Russian poet/friend of Tsjaikovski [NS=11/27]
1859 - Christopher Hornsrud, Prime Minister of Norway (d. 1960)
1862 - Adolf Bartels, German folk art writer
Author and Nobel Laureate Gerhart HauptmannAuthor and Nobel Laureate Gerhart Hauptmann (1862) 1862 - Gerhart Hauptmann, Obersalzbrunn, Germany, author (Before Dawn-Nobel 1912), (d. 1946)
1872 - Robert marquess of Flers, French author (Habit Vert)
1874 - August Krogh [Schack], Denmark, zoophysiologist (arterioles and capillaries, Nobel-1920), (d. 1949)
1874 - Dimitrios Golemis, Greek athlete (d. 1941)
1878 - Bela Reinitz, composer
1879 - Lewis Stone, Worcester Mass, actor (Prisoner of Zenda)
1881 - Franklin P Adams, Chicago Ill, columnist (Information Please)
1882 - Felix Frankfurter, Vienna, Austria, 80th Supreme Court Justice (1939-62)
1886 - René Guénon, French-Egyptian author (d. 1951)
1887 - Georgia O'Keefe, Sun Prairie Wisc, sculptor/painter (Cow's Skull)
Zoophysiologist and Nobel Laureate August KroghZoophysiologist and Nobel Laureate August Krogh (1874) 1887 - Hitoshi Asida, Japanese politician
1887 - Marianne Moore, St Louis, poet (Pulitzer 1951, Collected Poems)
1887 - René Maran, Martinique, author (Batouala, Prix Goncourt)
1888 - James Morrison, Mattoon IL, actor (Little Detectives)
1890 - Richmal Crompton, British author (d. 1969)
1891 - Erwin Rommel, German Field Marshal (WW II-African campaign)
1891 - W Averell Harriman, US, (Gov-D-NY)/ambassador to USSR (1943-46)
1895 - Ina Claire, actress (Claudia, Ninotchka, Rebound)
1895 - Antoni Słonimski, Polish writer (d. 1976)
1897 - Sacheverell Sitwell, English poet/author (People's Palace)
German WWII Field Marshal Erwin RommelGerman WWII Field Marshal Erwin Rommel (1891) 1897 - Aneurin Bevan, British politician (d. 1960)
1898 - Willy Alfredo, [Willem Jue], Dutch entertainer/poet (Fish-Trap)
1899 - Avdy Andresson, Estonian statesman (d. 1990)
1899 - Iskander Mirza, first President of Pakistan (d. 1969)
1902 - Frederico Freitas, composer
1903 - Stewie Dempster, cricketer (1st great NZ Test batsman)
1904 - Tilly Losch, Vienna Austria, actress (Garden of Allah)
1905 - Annunzio Mantovani, Venice Italy, orchestra leader (Mantovani)
1906 - Curtis E Le May, air force general/VP candidate
1907 - Count Claus Schenck von Stauffenberg, German anti fascist colonel
1909 - Don Large, Canada, choral director (Wayne King)
1913 - Rick Schagen, Dutch actress (Saartje-Swiebertje)
1913 - Arthur Haulot, Belgian journalist (d. 2005)
1914 - Gheorghe Dumitrescu, composer
1914 - Jorge Bolet, Havana Cuba, pianist (C'eurties Instituka)
1916 - Dame Ruth Nita Barrow, governor-general of Barbados
1917 - Gerardus H de Bold, bishop of Breda (1962-67)
1919 - Carol Bruce, [Shirley Levy], Great Neck NY, actress (Lillian-WKRP)
1919 - Joseph Albert Wapner, La, judge (People's Court)
1922 - Francesco Rosi, Naples Italy, director (Lucky Luciano)
1922 - Giorgio Manganelli, writer
1922 - Paul Acket, Dutch publisher/organizer (Music Express, North Sea Jazz)
1923 - Peter Hammond, London England, actor (Buccaneers)
1925 - Howard Baker, (Sen-R-Tenn), presidential chief of staff
1925 - Jurriaan Andriessen, [Leslie Cool], Dutch pianist/composer
1925 - Yuli Daniel, Russian writer (d. 1988)
1927 - Gregor Mackenzie, British politician (d. 1992)
1928 - C. W. McCall, American singer
1928 - John Orchard, British actor (d. 1995)
1928 - William Heirens, Evanston, Illinois, serial killer (Lipstick Killer), (d. 2012)
1929 - Edward Asner, KC Kansas, actor (Mary Tyler Moore Show, Lou Grant)
1930 - J[ames] G[raham] Ballard, China, sci-fi author (Drowned World)
1930 - Whitman Mayo, NYC, actor (Grady-Sanford & Son)
1931 - Jan Terlouw, Dutch MP (D-66)/author (Winters in Wartime)
1931 - John Kerr, NYC, actor (South Pacific, Peyton Place, Pit & Pendulum)
1931 - Mwai Kibaki, President of Kenya
1931 - Pascal Lissouba, Congo politician
1932 - Clyde L McPhatter, Durham NC, singer (Drifters-Treasure My Love)
1932 - Petula Clark, Surrey England, rock vocalist (Downtown, My Love)
1933 - Barbara Carson, Memphis Tn, actress (Comedy Tonight, Carter Country)
1933 - Jack Burns, Boston Mass, comedian (Burns & Schreiber)
1934 - Joanna Barnes, Boston, actr (Parent Trap, Spartacus, Goodbye Charlie)
1934 - Peter Dickinson, composer
1935 - Ariston Muguranayanga Chambati, politician/businessman
1935 - Peter John Welding, record producer

Famous Weddings

Weddings 1 - 3 of 3

Golfer Byron NelsonGolfer Byron Nelson (1986) 1986 - Golfer Byron Nelson (74) weds advertising copy writer Peggy Simmons (42)
1997 - "Rescue 911" TV host and actor William Shatner (66) weds former Ford model Norine Kidd (37) in Pasadena, California
2005 - Emperor Akihito's daughter Princess Sayako (36) weds Yoshiki Kuroda (40) at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan

Famous Divorces

Divorces 1 - 1 of 1

2010 - "Single White Female" actress Jennifer Jason Leigh (48) divorces writer Noah Baumbach (41) due to irreconcilable differences after 5 years of marriage

Famous Deaths

Deaths 1 - 100 of 104

Eastern Roman Emperor Justinian IEastern Roman Emperor Justinian I (565) 565 - Justinian I (The Great), Byzantinian Emperor (527-565), dies at 82. Corpus Juris Civilis, civil law code, written during reign.
655 - Penda, King of Mercia
1028 - Constantine VIII Byzantine Emperor (b. 960)
1136 - Margrave Leopold III of Austria (b. 1073)
1194 - Margaretha van Elzas, wife of count Boudouin V of Henegouwen, dies
1280 - Albertus Magnus the Great, German leader/bishop Regensburg, dies at 87
1463 - Giovanni Antonio del Balzo Orsini, Prince of Taranto and Constable of Naples
1544 - King Jungjong of Joseon (b. 1506)
1579 - Ferenc Dávid, Hungarian religious reformer (b. 1510)
1628 - Roque Gonzales, Paraguayan missionary (b. 1576)
1629 - Bethlen Gabor, King of Hungary (1620-29), dies at 49
Astronomer Johannes KeplerAstronomer Johannes Kepler (1630) 1630 - Johannes Kepler, German astronomer, dies at 58
1634 - Johann Staden, composer, dies at 53
1658 - Jacobus Revius, [Reefsen], theologist/writer/poet, dies at about 72
1670 - Jan Amos Komensky [Comenius], Czech-speaking Moravian teacher, educator and writer, dies at 78
1691 - Albert Cuyp, landscape painter, buried at 71
1706 - Tsangyang Gyatso, 6th Dalai Lama (b. 1683)
1712 - Charles Mohun, 4th Baron Mohun, English politician (b. 1675)
1712 - James Douglas, 4th Duke of Hamilton, Scottish nationalist (b. 1658)
1787 - Christoph W Ritter von Gluck, composer (Iphigénie Tauride), dies at 73
1788 - Peregrinus Pogl, composer, dies at 77
Presbyterian Minister John WitherspoonPresbyterian Minister John Witherspoon (1794) 1794 - John Witherspoon, president of the College of New Jersey, dies at 71
1795 - Charles-Amédée-Philippe van Loo, French painter (b. 1719)
1812 - Eagle Fokke Simonsz, writer (Year 3000), dies at about 57
1815 - Johann Lukas Schubaur, composer, dies at 65
1819 - Daniel Rutherford, Scottish chemist and physician (b. 1749)
1831 - Vincenc Masek, composer, dies at 76
1832 - Jean Baptiste Say, French economist, dies at 63
1842 - Joseph Rastrelli, composer, dies at 43
1848 - P Rossi, Italian, murdered
1853 - Queen Maria II of Portugal (b. 1819)
1863 - Frederik VII, 1st constitutional king of Denmark (childless), dies
1892 - Thomas Neill Cream, Scottish serial killer, is executed at 42
1897 - John Mercer Langston, US black jurist, dies at 67
1907 - Horatio Richmond Palmer, composer, dies at 73
1908 - Cixi [the old Buddha], empress-widow of China, dies
1908 - Tz'u-hsi (Cixi), empress of China, dies at 73
1910 - Wilhelm Raabe, [Jakob Corvinus], German author, dies at 79
1916 - Henryk Sienkiewicz, Polish author, Nobel laureate (b. 1846)
1918 - Georges Antoine, composer, dies at 26
1919 - Alfred Werner, Swiss chemist (Nobel 1913), dies
1919 - Mohammad Farid, an influential Egyptian political figure.
1928 - Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin, American Geologist and educator, dies at 85
1931 - Cornelis A J van Dishoeck, publisher, dies
1933 - Affie Jarvis, cricketer (11 Tests for Australia, 9 catches), dies
1934 - Anton CR Dreesmann, German/Neth's manufacturer (Devout & D), dies
1938 - George Glover, cricketer (Test for South Africa 1895-96), dies
1944 - Maarten Reuchlin, resistance fighter, executed
1954 - Lionel Barrymore, [Blythe], actor (Dr Kildare, Key Largo), dies at 76
1955 - Lloyd Bacon, director (Fuller Brush Girl, 42nd Street), dies at 65
1958 - Tyrone Power, actor (Mark of Zorro), dies of a heart attack at 44
1959 - Alex Kennedy, cricketer (31 wkts in 5 Tests for England 1922-23), dies
1961 - Douglas Walton, actor (Bad Lands), dies of heart attack at 51
1961 - Elsie Ferguson, American actress (Footlights, Scarlet Pages), dies at 78
1963 - Fritz Reiner, Hung/US conductor (Chicago Symphony Orch), dies at 74
1966 - Dimitrios Tofalos, Greek weightlifter (b. 1877)
1967 - Alice Lake, silent screen actress (Frisco Kid, Wicked), dies at 72
1967 - Michael James Adams, USAF pilot (X-15), dies in X-15 crash at 37
1969 - Roy D'Arcy, actor (Lovers, Actress), dies at 75
1971 - Rudolf Abel, Soviet spy (b. 1903)
1971 - Edie Sedgwick, American actress and model (b. 1943)
1974 - James Morrison, actor (Don't, Black Beauty), dies on his 86th birthday
1975 - Willem Scheps, Dutch journalist, dies at 77
1976 - Jean Gabin, French actor (Quai des Brumes), dies at 72
Cultural Anthropologist Margaret MeadCultural Anthropologist Margaret Mead (1978) 1978 - Margaret Mead, American anthropologist (Thoughts & Female), dies of pancreatic cancer at 76
1981 - Enid Markey, actress (Foolish Mothers, Civilization), dies at 85
1982 - Martin De Alzaga, Argentine racing driver (b. 1901)
1983 - John Le Mesurier, British actor (Jabberwocky, Dad's Army), dies at 71
1984 - Baby Fae, who received a baboon's heart, dies at 3 weeks
1985 - Spencer W Kimball, US head of mormon church, dies at 90
1986 - Alexandre Tansman, Polish composer (Dyptique), dies at 89
1988 - Mona Washbourne, actress (Blue Bird, Games), dies at 84
1990 - Bill E Herndon, actor (Rivals), dies at 54
1990 - Alydar, American racehorse (b. 1975)
1993 - Luciano Liggio, Italian mafia leader/painter, dies
1993 - Mouin Shabaita, Palestinian al-Fatah commandant, murdered
1993 - Theo Huizenaar, Dutch boxing trainer (Bep van Klaveren), dies at 93
1994 - James Winston Watts, developer of the Frontal Lobotomy, dies at 90
1994 - Janet Ahlberg, illustrator, dies at 50
1994 - Volodymyr Ivashko, Pres of Ukraine (1990-91), dies
1994 - Elizabeth George Speare, American author (b. 1908)
1995 - Eve Perrick, journalist, dies at 78
1995 - Herbert Delauney Bill Hughes, educationist, dies at 81
1995 - Kristian Lundin, record producer, dies at 22
1996 - Alger Hiss, former alleged spy/lawyer, dies at 92
1997 - Saul Chaplin, director (West Side Story), dies at 85
1997 - William Perrie, prison governor, dies at 79
1998 - Ludvik Danek, Czechoslovak discus thrower (b. 1937)
1998 - Stokely Carmichael, American civil rights activist (b. 1941)
2002 - Myra Hindley, English murderess (b. 1942)
2003 - Speedy West, Country Music Hall of Fame Steel Guitarist (b. 1924)
2003 - Ray Lewis, Canadian athlete (b. 1910)
2003 - Dorothy Loudon, American actress and singer (Annie), dies of cancer at 78
2003 - Laurence Tisch, American businessman (b. 1923)
2004 - Elmer L. Andersen, Governor of Minnesota (b. 1909)
2004 - John Morgan, Canadian comedian (b. 1930)
2005 - Dr. Adrian Rogers, American Southern Baptist Minister and leader (b. 1931)
2005 - Arto Salminen, Finnish writer (b. 1959)
2006 - Ana Carolina Reston, Brazilian model (b. 1985)
2006 - David K. Wyatt, American historian (b. 1937)

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