February 1900 calendar
Learn the most interesting events and historical facts that happened in February 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.
But much more happened on February 1900: find out below
Which were the important events of February 1900?
- 01 Feb 1900 Western Australia announced its refusal to join the Australian Federation unless it is given five more years of fiscal freedom.
- 02 Feb 1900 Gustave Charpentiers opera "Louise" premieres in Paris.
- 03 Feb 1900 Rival forces fight for control of the Union Park ball grounds in Baltimore.
- 05 Feb 1900 The United States and the United Kingdom sign a treaty for the Panama Canal
- 06 Feb 1900 Battle at Vaalkrans, South Africa (Boers versus British army).
- 07 Feb 1900 Labour Party forms in England.
- 09 Feb 1900 Dwight Davis established a new tennis trophy, the Davis Cup.
- 10 Feb 1900 Peter Ostlund skates world record 500 metre (45.2 seconds).
- 14 Feb 1900 Date of events in movie "Picnic at Hanging Rock".
- 15 Feb 1900 General French relieves Kimberley / Cecil Rhodes
- 16 Feb 1900 Stanley Cup: MontrTal Shamrocks beat Winnipeg Victorias, three games to 1.
- 17 Feb 1900 Second Boer War: Battle of Paardeberg: British troops defeat the Boers.
- 18 Feb 1900 Ajax soccer team forms in Amsterdam.
- 19 Feb 1900 British troops occupy Hlangwane Natal.
- 22 Feb 1900 Hawaii became a US territory.
- 27 Feb 1900 British Labour Party forms
- 28 Feb 1900 The Second Boer War: The 118-day ''Siege of Ladysmith'' is lifted.
French poet and screenwriter.
Spanish filmmaker who began his cinema...
French actress, comedienne and theater...
Italian actress and mezzo soprano opera...
- See more
dies at age 33.
dies in battle.
American politician (Born 1824).
- See more
Which were the top hits in February 1900?
Unlimited, ad-free streaming of over a million songs, 30 day Free Trial
Top #4 songs in the USA
- Byron G. Harlan & A.D. Madeira - In the Shadow of the Pines
- Arthur Collins - Mandy Lee
- Dan Quinn - Nothing's Too Good for the Irish
- Jere Mahoney - When You Were Sweet Sixteen