Your place in the Universe on June 21, 1903
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US date format: 6/21/1903, UK date format: 21/6/1903
We've performed the most in-depth research possible on June 21, 1903, here's what our experts found out:
it was Sunday, under the sign of Cancer (see zodiac and Moon Sign on June 21, 1903). The US president was Theodore Roosevelt (Republican), the UK Prime Minister was Arthur Balfour (Conservative), Pope Leo XIII was leading the Catholic Church.
Famous people born on this day include Dorothy Stickney and Al Hirschfeld.
In that special week of June people in US were listening to There's a Lot of Things You Never Learn at School by Dan Quinn.
The Inn Where No Man Rests, directed by Georges Méliès, was one of the most viewed movie released in 1903
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On June 21, 1903 the day of the week was Sunday.
On June 21, 1903 the zodiac sign was Cancer.
On June 21, 1903 the US President was Theodore Roosevelt (Republican).
On June 21, 1903 the UK Prime Minister was Arthur Balfour (Conservative).
On June 21, 1903 Pope Leo XIII was leading the Catholic Church.
On June 21, 1903 several famous people were born including, Dorothy Stickney, Al Hirschfeld, Élisabeth Collot.