Saturday 27 September 1919
It was Saturday, under the sign of Libra. The US president was Woodrow Wilson (Democratic).
Famous people born on this day include Etienne Poirier and Charles H Percy.
The Sentimental Bloke, directed by Raymond Longford, 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 27 September 1919 ?
- Bah�'f Faith - Feast of Mashfyyat (Will) - First day of the eleventh month of the Bah�'f Calendar
- RC Saints - Saint Vincent de Paul
- Ethiopian Orthodox Church - Meskel
- Also see September 27 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
- French Republican Calendar - Balsamine (Impatiens) Day, sixth day in the Month of VendTmiaire
- Belgium - French Community Day
- Etienne Poirier: Bourg de Thizy Painters.
- Charles H Percy: American politician.
- Charles H: Percy (Senator-Republican-Illinois).
- Johnny Pesky: American baseball player.
- Earl of: Clanwilliam.
- Jayne Meadows: Chinese-American actress and author (d. 2015).
- James Wilkinson: American mathematician and computer scientist (d. 1986).
- Charles Percy: American politician.
- James H Wilkinson: American mathematician (d. 1986).
- Adelina [Adela JM] Patti: Italian soprano (Lucio), dies at 76.
- British troops withdraw from Archangelsk
- Democratic National Committee voted to allow female members
- Pitcher Bob Shawkey sets New York Yankees record with 15 strike-outs.
- The last British Army troops leave Archangel, Russia and leave the fighting to the Russians.
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Which were the top hits in that special week of September 1919 ?
Top #4 songs in the USA
- The Vamp - Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra
- Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra - The Vamp
- Take Me to the Land of Jazz - Marion Harris
- Take Your Girlie to the Movies (If You Can't Make Love at Home) - Billy Murray