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February 13, 1905 was the 44th day of the year 1905, under the sign of Aquarius and the day of the week was Monday.
Is February 13, 1905 a day special to you? If so you may like to discover what happened on that day, who was born and died on February 13, 1905, what holidays and observances are celebrated on February 13, 1905, which were the most popular songs , movies (e.g. Fireworks, directed by ), TV series and books back then.
On this page we will address all your questions and curiosities about February 13th, 1905 to help you enjoy your trip down memory lane.
February 13, 1905 was a Monday and it was the 43rd day of the year 1905 in the Gregorian calendar.
February 13, 1905 can also be written as 2/13/1905 in the US and as 13/2/1905 in UK and Europe.
Here's what happened on February 13, 1905:
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Famous people born on February 13, 1905:
Famous individuals and celebrities born on February 13th:
British singer, songwriter and entertainer.
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Peter Tork was an American musician and actor, best known as the keyboardist and bass guitarist of the 1960s pop group The Monkees.
Tennessee Ernie Ford was an American musician known for his hit song 'Sixteen Tons' and his television show 'The Ford Show'.
You are 118 years 9 months old,
or 1425 months and 22 days old,
or 6199 weeks and 1 day old,
or 43394 days old,if you were born on February 13, 1905.
There are 70 days until your next birthday, which will occur on Tuesday February 13th 2024.
You belong to the Interbellum Generation if you were born on February 13, 1905.
Famous people who died on February 13, 1905:
Russian painter and academic (d. 1905).
Famous deaths on February 13th:
American actor on stage since 1935.
French race car driver (Born 1917).
British short-story writer and novelist (Born in 1903).
Italian novelist and writer.
The Zodiac and Astrological sign for February 13, 1905 is Aquarius.
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The Chinese Zodiac sign for February 13, 1905 is Snake and the associated element is Wood.
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The most popular movies on February 13, 1905 were the films released in theaters close to that day with the largest audiences and significant box office revenue, including:
The lunar phase on February 13, 1905 was First Quarter.
The moon phase refers to the appearance of the Moon in the night sky on February 13, 1905 and is determined by the portion of the Moon's illuminated surface that is visible from Earth.
An observer located in New York City on February 13, 1905 at 10pm, would see the moon, being 66% full, rising at 11:46 am and setting at 02:14 am.
The previous full moon was on Jan 21, 1905 while the next full moon would come on Feb 19, 1905.
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On February 13, 1905 the US President was Theodore Roosevelt (Republican).
On February 13, 1905 the UK Prime Minister was Arthur Balfour (Conservative).
On February 13, 1905 the Pope was Pius X.
February 13th refers to a specific date on the calendar, which is the 13th day of the month of February. It is a date that occurs annually and is part of the Gregorian calendar, which is widely used around the world.
Over the years several events happened on February 13th, such as:
1905 was filled with very interesting events such as
February 1905 followed the same calendar system as the rest of that year and the years surrounding it, with February being the 2nd month of the year. This calendar is characterized by 12 months, 365 days in a common year, and 366 days in a leap year, such as 2012.