Tuesday April 24, 1900
US date format: 4/24/1900, UK date format: 24/4/1900
It was Tuesday, under the sign of Taurus (see zodiac on April 24, 1900). The US president was William McKinley (Republican), the UK Prime Minister was Robert Gascoyne-Cecil (Conservative), Pope Leo XIII was leading the Catholic Church.
Famous people born on this day include Elizabeth Goudge .
The Conjurer, directed by George Albert Smith, was one of the most viewed movie released in 1900
But much more happened that day: find out below..
Which were the important events of April 24, 1900?
- Saint Alexander (died 178)
- Genocide Remembrance Day in Armenia.
- Republic Day in The Gambia (1970).
- Newman's Day.
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- Passing of Andrew Halliday, cable car pioneer.
English author and educator (d. 1984).
80-85), dies at age 76.
Which were the top hits in that special week of April 24, 1900?
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Frequently Asked Questions
What day of the week was on April 24, 1900?
On April 24, 1900 the day of the week was Tuesday.
What zodiac sign is April 24, 1900?
On April 24, 1900 the zodiac sign was Taurus.
Who was the US President on April 24, 1900?
On April 24, 1900 the US President was William McKinley (Republican).
Who was the UK Prime Minister on April 24, 1900?
On April 24, 1900 the UK Prime Minister was Robert Gascoyne-Cecil (Conservative).
Who was the Pope on April 24, 1900?
On April 24, 1900 Pope Leo XIII was leading the Catholic Church.
Which famous people are born on April 24, 1900?
On April 24, 1900 several famous people were born including, Elizabeth Goudge.
Which famous people died on April 24, 1900?
Famous people died on April 24, 1900 include, George J D Campbell British minister of Indies (1868-74.