Tuesday 15 April 1919US date format: 4/15/1919, UK date format: 15/4/1919
It was Tuesday, under the sign of Aries (see planets position on April 15, 1919). The US president was Woodrow Wilson (Democratic).
Famous people born on this day include Jo Privat and Meriol Trevor.
Ring Up the Curtain, directed by Alfred J. Goulding, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1919
But much more happened that day: find out below..
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Which were the important events of 15 April 1919 ?
- Major League Baseball celebrates "Jackie Robinson Day" each April 15 in all MLB ballparks.
- Saint Paternus
- Saint Petrus Gonzalez
- In the United States, April 15 is the official deadline for filing tax returns: all forms mailed to the IRS must be postmarked no later than this day, so many post offices across the country stay open until midnight to accommodate procrastinators (or those who owe tax and want to wait as late as possible to pay). (If this day falls on the weekend, as in 2006, the following Monday becomes the deadline. Additionally in 2006, Patriot's Day moved the tax deadline to Tuesday, April 18, for those in
- Father Damien Day ? celebrated annually in Hawai'i.
- Arirang Festival is held in North Korea to commemorate Kim Il-sung's birth.
- Saint Hunna.
- Saint Basilissa
- Blessed Waltman of Antwerp
- Ancient Latvia ? Tipsa Diena was observed.
- Roman Empire ? the Fordicia was celebrated in honor of Terra.
- Jo Privat: French musician, an accordion player known as the ‘’white gypsy’’ and the ‘’king of Lappe street.
- Elizabeth Catelett: Sculptor / lithographer.
- Meriol Trevor: Novelist / biographer (Civil Prisoners).
- Clive Beadon: airman.
- John Kidd: American military, a Major-General in the US Air Force, he saw combat duirng WWII.
- Alberto Breccia: Uruguayan-Argentinian author and illustrator (d. 1993).
- Save the Children Fund set up in the UK to raise money for the relief of German and Austrian children.