Historical Events In 1918
Saturday, 04 April 2020
Dec 16 Henry Clarke, fashion photographer on this day in history.
Dec 16 Jack Dempsey KOs Carl Morris in 14 seconds in the year 1918.
Dec 18 Henryk Jarecki, composer, dies at 72 on this day in history.
Dec 19 On this day in history robert Ripley began his "Believe It or Not" column (NY Globe)
Dec 19 On this day in history robert Ripley began his Believe It or Not feature in The New York Globe. (If you like the weird and unusual, check out the bizarre web sites featured on our Strange But True page.)
Dec 20 On this day in history audrey Totter, Joliet Ill, actress (Carpetbaggers, Set-Up)
Dec 20 In the year 1918 eugene O'Neill's "Moon of the Caribees," premieres in NYC
Dec 20 The use of the collective title "Canadian National Railways" is authorized by order in council P.C. 3122 in the year 1918.
Dec 21 Donald Regan, White House staffer/US Secretary of Treasury (1981-85) on this day in history.
Dec 21 Red Sox trade Dutch Leonard, Ernie Shore & Duffy Lewis to Yankees for Ray Caldwell & Slim Love, Frank Gilhooey, Al Walters & $15,000 on this day in history.
Dec 22 On this day in history albijn van de Abeele, Flemish author/mayor/painter, dies at 83
Dec 23 In the year 1918 helmut Schmidt, Chancellor of Germany (SPD, 1974- )
Dec 26 In the year 1918 1st day of 1st-class cricket in Aust after WW I (Vic v NSW)
Dec 26 Bertram Luard-Selby, composer, dies at 65 on this day in history.
Dec 27 On this day in history john Celardo, American comic strip artist
Dec 27 The Great Poland Uprising against the Germans begins in the year 1918.
Dec 28 George H White, last post Reconstruction congressman (Penn), dies in the year 1918.
Dec 30 John E Hoover decides to be called J Edgar Hoover on this day in history.
Dec 30 W Eugene Smith, US photographer (Saipan, Walk to Paradise Garden) in the year 1918.
Dec 31 On this day in history kid Gleason replaces Pants Rowland as White Sox manager