Wednesday 5 January 1916
It was Wednesday, under the sign of Capricorn. The US president was Woodrow Wilson (Democratic).
The Green-Eyed Monster, directed by J. Gordon Edwards, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1916
But much more happened that day: find out below..
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Which were the most popular movies released this week ?
Beatrice Fairfax Episode 13: The Ringer
Which were the most popular TV series released this week ?
Which were the important events of 5 January 1916 ?
- Mungday (Discordianism)
- Catholicism - Feast day of St. John Neumann.
- The eleventh day of Christmas in Western Christianity, and the Twelfth Night of Christmas in Western Christianity.
See other famous people born on 05 January
- Austria-Hungary offensive against Montenegro.
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Which were the top hits in that special week of January 1916 ?
Top #1 songs in the USA
Back Home in Tennessee - Prince's Orchestra
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What news were making the headlines those days in January 1916?
- Science: Science vol. 42 issue 1096
- Science: Science vol. 42 issue 1095
- Science: Science vol. 42 issue 1094
Which were the most popular books released in the last weeks ?
Alongside William Faulkner and John Updike, Booth Tarkington is one of just three authors to win the Pulitzer Prize more than once. Tarkington accomplished the feat with Alice Adams and The Magnificent Ambersons, dramas that explored the lives of fictional ...
This story, as I have put it down here, begins at Prescott, Arizona, in one of those far-western years that saw the passing of the Indian and the coming of the automobile.
This collection chronicles the fiction and non fiction classics by the greatest writers the world has ever known. The inclusion of both popular as well as overlooked pieces is pivotal to providing a broad and representative collection of classic works.
It was the sixth day of Mr. Direck's first visit to England, and he was at his acutest perception of differences. He found England in every way gratifying and satisfactory, and more of a contrast with things American than he ...
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