1918: On This Year


1918 (MCMXVIII in Roman Numerals) was the year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1918th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations.

Is 1918 a year special to you? If so you may like to discover what 1918 was famous for, who won the Oscars and the Nobel Prizes in 1918, who was Time's Person of the Year in 1918, which books, music and movies were top of the charts in 1918, what Chinese zodiac sign is associated to 1918, what babynames were most popular that year, what was the World population on that year and what happend in 1918.

On this page we will address all your questions and curiosities about 1918 to help you enjoy your trip down memory lane.


What was 1918 known for ?

  • The events of 1918 would fundamentally change the world. The effects of these events would cause a ripple effect that we can still observe to the present day. As 1918 was the final year of World War One, the major events of the year were dominated by the war.
  • In January, Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States, delivered his famous Fourteen Points speech, in which he laid out principles for a sustained world peace in the aftermath of the Great War. While the actual peace terms offered by the Allied Powers were quite different from what Wilson presented in his Points, Wilson still advocated for peace terms that he thought would make this war the “War to End All Wars.”
  • Also in the United States, in a major event regarding civil liberties, the U.S. Congress passed the Sedition Act of 1918. This law stated that Americans would not be permitted to criticize the government, nor would they be permitted to speak out against the war (WWI).
  • In Russia, in an event that would shape events for at least a century, the Imperial family, the Romanovs, were murdered in July by order of the Bolshevik Party. This truly marked the end of the era of rule by Russian nobility and ushered in the Communist era, which would last until the end of the century.
  • World War One was formally ended with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. It should be noted, though, that Treaty brought an end to hostilities between the Allied Powers and Germany. The other Central Powers made peace with the Allies in separate treaties. It is also worth noting that the war’s end brought with it an end to a few empires. The Russian Empire, German Empire, Austro-Hungarian Empire, and the Ottoman Empire all disintegrated and out of the ashes were formed new states, if not nation-states.
  • Indeed, the war’s conclusion marked the beginning of the end of aristocratic rule in the Western world. On a final note, it is well known that Germany in particular was given hard peace terms, so much so that the resentment in Germany helped fuel the rise of National Socialism, and ultimately the rise of the infamous Third Reich.

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1918: What was the Chinese Zodiac sign associated with the year 1918?

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1918: Nobel Prize Winners of the Year

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1918: What were the most popular baby names in the USA that year ?

The 3 most popular baby names in 1918 were John, William and James for boys and Mary, Helen and Dorothy for girls according to the US Census Bureau historical records.

1918: What were the Top #10 male names given to baby boys that year?

The Top # 10 male names given to baby boys in 1918 in the USA according to the US Census Bureau historical records were:

  • John
  • William
  • James
  • Robert
  • Charles
  • George
  • Joseph
  • Edward
  • Frank
  • Thomas

1918: What were the Top #10 female names given to baby girls that year?

The Top # 10 female names given to baby girls in 1918 in the USA according to the US Census Bureau historical records were:

  • Mary
  • Helen
  • Dorothy
  • Margaret
  • Ruth
  • Mildred
  • Virginia
  • Frances
  • Elizabeth
  • Anna

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1918: What was the number 1 song in the USA that year?

The number 1 song in the USA in 1918, i.e. the best selling and most popular song of tha year, was Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody by Al Jolson

1918: What was the music chart in the USA that year?

The Music Chart in the USA in 1918 with the top 10 most popular songs, was:

  1. Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody by Al Jolson
  2. Somewhere in France is the Lily by Henry Burr
  3. Hail! Hail! The Gangs All Here by Shannon Four
  4. One for All and All for One by Helen Clark
  5. At the Jazz Band Ball by Original Dixieland Jazz Band
  6. Waltz of the Flowers by New York Philharmonic Orchestra

1918: What were the most popular movies that year ?

The most popular movies and box office hits in 1918 were:

Le ballon rouge

Le ballon rouge

Release year: 1918

Stella Maris

Stella Maris

Release year: 1918

Directed by: Marshall Neilan

Starring: Mary Pickford, Ida Waterman, Herbert Standing, Conway Tearle

Country: United States of America

Shifting Sands

Shifting Sands

Release year: 1918

Directed by: Albert Parker

Starring: Gloria Swanson, Joe King, Harvey Clark, Leone Carton

Country: United States of America

Little Orphant Annie

Little Orphant Annie

Release year: 1918

Directed by: Colin Campbell

Starring: Colleen Moore, Tom Santschi, Harry Lonsdale, Eugenie Besserer

The Blue Bird

The Blue Bird

Release year: 1918

Directed by: Maurice Tourneur

Starring: Tula Belle, Robin Macdougall, Edwin E. Reed, Emma Lowry

Country: United States of America


What happened in 1918?

Here's what happened in 1918:

  • Jan 1, 1918: Last day of the Julian calendar in Finland.
  • Jan 3, 1918: US employment service opens as a unit of Department of Labor.
  • Jan 5, 1918: British premier Lloyd George demand for unified peace.
  • Jan 8, 1918: Mississippi becomes first state to ratify 18th amendment (prohibition).
  • Jan 9, 1918: Battle of Bear Valley: The last battle of the American Indian Wars.
  • Jan 12, 1918: Montreal Canadiens' Joe Malone scores five goals beating Ottawa 9-4.
  • Jan 14, 1918: Finland and the USSR adopts New Style (Gregorian) calendar
  • Jan 17, 1918: Finnish Civil War: The first serious battles take place between the Red Guards and the White Guard.
  • Jan 18, 1918: Constituent Assembly meet in Russia.
  • Jan 19, 1918: Soviets disallows a Constitution Assembly.
  • Jan 22, 1918: Ukraine proclaimed a free republic (German puppet).
  • Jan 24, 1918: The Gregorian calendar is introduced in Russia by decree of the Council of People's Commissars effective February 14 (New Style).
  • Jan 25, 1918: Russia declared a republic of Soviets.
  • Jan 26, 1918: Finnish Civil War: A group of Red Guards hangs a red lantern atop the tower of Helsinki Workers' Hall to symbolically mark the start of the war.
  • Jan 27, 1918: The Finnish Civil War begins.
  • Jan 28, 1918: Trotsky becomes leader of Reds.
  • Jan 29, 1918: Ukrainian-Soviet War: An armed uprising organized by the Bolsheviks in anticipation of the encroaching Red Army begins at the Kiev Arsenal, which will be put down six days later.
  • Jan 31, 1918: A series of accidental collisions on a misty Scottish night leads to the loss of two Royal Navy submarines with over a hundred lives, and damage to another five British warships.
  • Feb 1, 1918: Russia adopts Gregorian calender
  • Feb 3, 1918: The Twin Peaks Tunnel in San Francisco, California begins service as the longest streetcar tunnel in the world at 11,920 feet (3,633 meters) long.
  • Feb 5, 1918: Separation of church and state begins in the USSR
  • Feb 6, 1918: Britain grants women (30 and over) the vote.
  • Feb 9, 1918: Army chaplain school organized at Fort Monroe Virginia.
  • Feb 14, 1918: H Atteridge and S Rombergs musical "Sinbad" premieres in New York City, New York.
  • Feb 15, 1918: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania adopt the Gregorian calendar.
  • Feb 16, 1918: The Council of Lithuania unanimously adopts the Act of Independence, declaring Lithuania an independent state.
  • Feb 21, 1918: Australians chase Turkish troop out of Jericho, Dutch Palestine.
  • Feb 22, 1918: Germany claims Baltic states, Finland and Ukraine from Russia.
  • Feb 23, 1918: First victory of Red Army over the Kaiser's German troops near Narva and Pskov. In honor of this victory, the date is celebrated from 1923 onward as ''Red Army Day''; it is renamed Defender of the Fatherland Day after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, and is colloquially known as ''Men's Day''.
  • Feb 24, 1918: After 7 centuries of foreign rule, Estonia declares its independence from the Russian Empire. Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia also declare their independence from the Russian Empire but as the Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic.
  • Feb 26, 1918: Stands at Hong Kong Jockey Club collapse and burn, killing 604.
  • Mar 1, 1918: The German submarine off Rathlin Island, Northern Ireland.
  • Mar 2, 1918: New York Yankees purchase first baseman George Burns from Detroit Tigers and immediately trades him to Philadelphia Athletics.
  • Mar 3, 1918: Germany, Austria and Russia sign the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk ending Russia's involvement in World War I, and leading to the independence of Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.
  • Mar 4, 1918: Terek Autonomous Republic established in RSFSR (until 1921).
  • Mar 6, 1918: The Finnish Air Force is founded. The blue swastika is adopted as its symbol as a tribute to the Swedish explorer and aviator Eric von Rosen, who donated the first plane. Von Rosen had painted the Buddhist symbol on the plane as his personal lucky insignia.
  • Mar 9, 1918: Wageningen Agricultural College Netherlands opens.
  • Mar 11, 1918: Moscow becomes capital of revolutionary Russia.
  • Mar 12, 1918: Moscow becomes the capital of Russia again after Saint Petersburg held this status for most of the period since 1713.
  • Mar 13, 1918: American Red Magen David (Jewish Red Cross) forms.
  • Mar 17, 1918: US Ladies Figure Skating Championship won by Rosemary Beresford.
  • Mar 18, 1918: Socialist Youth AJC organizes in Amsterdam.
  • Mar 19, 1918: S Potter becomes first US pilot to shoot down a German seaplane.
  • Mar 21, 1918: World War I: The first phase of the German Spring Offensive, Operation Michael, begins.
  • Mar 30, 1918: Stanley Cup: Toronto Arenas (NHL) beat Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA), 3 games to 2.
  • Mar 31, 1918: Massacre of ethnic Azerbaijanis is committed by allied armed groups of Armenian Revolutionary Federation and Bolsheviks. Nearly 12,000 Azerbaijani Muslims are killed.
  • Apr 1, 1918: The Royal Air Force is created by the merger of the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service.
  • Apr 3, 1918: House of Representatives accepts American Creed written by William Tyler.
  • Apr 4, 1918: Food riot in Amsterdam.
  • Apr 5, 1918: The US Treasury offers the Third Liberty Loan seeking $3 billion in bonds paying 4.5 percent interest.
  • Apr 9, 1918: Latvia proclaims independence from Russia.
  • Apr 13, 1918: Electrical fire kills 38 mental patients at Oklahoma State Hospital.
  • Apr 14, 1918: Douglas Campbell is first US ace pilot (shooting down 5th German plane).
  • Apr 15, 1918: Clemenceau publishes secret French / Austrian documents
  • Apr 18, 1918: Cleveland center fielder Tris Speaker turns an unassisted double play.
  • Apr 21, 1918: World War I: German fighter ace Manfred von Richthofen, better known as "The Red Baron", is shot down and killed over Vaux-sur-Somme in France.
  • Apr 23, 1918: National Urban League forms.
  • Apr 29, 1918: Tris Speaker ties career outfield record of four unassisted double plays.
  • Apr 30, 1918: Orange Nassau soccer team forms in Groningen.
  • May 1, 1918: German troops enter Don province they take Rostov May 6.
  • May 10, 1918: HMS Vindictive sunk to block entrance of Ostend Harbor.
  • May 11, 1918: 44th Kentucky Derby: William Knapp on Exterminator wins in 2:10.8.
  • May 14, 1918: Sunday baseball is made legal in Washington DC.
  • May 15, 1918: 1st airmail postal service
  • May 16, 1918: The Sedition Act of 1918 is passed by the U.S. Congress, making criticism of the government an imprisonable offense.
  • May 18, 1918: Netherlands Indian Volksraad installed in Batavia.
  • May 19, 1918: Washington's first Sunday game, Senators beat Cleveland 1-0 in 18 innings.
  • May 20, 1918: The small town of Codell, Kansas is hit for the third year in a row by a tornado. Coincidentally, all three tornadoes hit on May 20, 1916, 1917, and 1918 respectively.
  • May 21, 1918: House of Representatives passes amendment allowing women to vote.
  • May 23, 1918: King Oil / Shell refinery on Curacao officially opens
  • May 24, 1918: Cleveland beats New York Yankees 3-2 in 19 inning.
  • May 26, 1918: Georgian Social Democratic Republic declares independence from Russia.
  • May 27, 1918: Battle of Aisne.
  • May 28, 1918: Tatars declares Azerbaijan, in Russian Caucasus, independent.
  • May 29, 1918: Armenia defeats the Ottoman Army in the Battle of Sardarapat.
  • Jun 1, 1918: Excelsior Maassluis soccer team forms in Maassluis
  • Jun 6, 1918: World War I: Battle of Belleau Wood : The U.S. Marine Corps suffers its worst single day's casualties while attempting to recapture the wood at Chateau-Thierry.
  • Jun 10, 1918: The Austro-Hungarian battleship SMS Szent Istvan sinks after being torpedoed by an Italian MAS motorboat.
  • Jun 12, 1918: Grand Duke Michael of Russia is murdered, thereby becoming the first of the Romanovs to be murdered by the Bolsheviks.
  • Jun 13, 1918: Phillies and Cards tie 8-8 in 19 innings
  • Jun 15, 1918: 50th Belmont: Frank Robinson aboard Johren wins in 2:20.6
  • Jun 22, 1918: 32nd US Womens Tennis: Molla Bjurstedt Mallory beats E E Goss
  • Jun 24, 1918: First airmail service in Canada from Montreal to Toronto.
  • Jun 25, 1918: Baku-Turkish communist party forms
  • Jun 26, 1918: World War I, Western Front: Battle for Belleau Wood : Allied Forces under John J. Pershing and James Harbord defeat Imperial German Forces under Wilhelm, German Crown Prince.
  • Jun 30, 1918: In Richardton, North Dakota, USA, a chondrite meteorite falls striking a building.
  • Jul 3, 1918: The Siberian Expedition is launched to extract the Czechoslovak Legion from the Russian Civil War.
  • Jul 4, 1918: Altar dedicated at full-scale replica of Stonehenge at Maryhill, Washington.
  • Jul 9, 1918: Congress creates Distinguished Service Medal
  • Jul 10, 1918: Russian Soviet Federal Socialist Republic established.
  • Jul 12, 1918: Japanese battleship explodes in Bay of Tokayama, 500 killed
  • Jul 13, 1918: The National Czechoslovak Committee is established.
  • Jul 14, 1918: Dutch government reclaims South seas
  • Jul 15, 1918: Shooting of the Romanov family: By order of the Bolshevik Party and carried out by the Cheka, Tsar Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra Feodorovna, their children, Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia, and Alexei, and retainers are executed at the Ipatiev House in Ekaterinburg, Russia.
  • Jul 17, 1918: Longest errorless game, Chicago Cubs beat Philadelphia Phillies 2-1 in 21 innings.
  • Jul 18, 1918: US and French forces launch Aisne-Marne offensive in WW I.
  • Jul 19, 1918: Washington catcher Eddie Ainsmith applies for deferment from the draft Secretary of War Newton D Baker rules baseball players are not draft exempt
  • Jul 20, 1918: World War I: German troops cross the Marne.
  • Jul 21, 1918: U-156 shells Nauset Beach, in Orleans, Massachusetts.
  • Jul 25, 1918: Annette Adams sworn in as 1st woman district attorney of US, California
  • Jul 26, 1918: Race riot in Philadelphia (three whites and one black killed).
  • Jul 27, 1918: Socony 200, first concrete barge in US, launched to carry oil, New York.
  • Aug 1, 1918: British troops enter Vladivostok
  • Aug 2, 1918: Japan announces that it is deploying troops to Siberia in the aftermath of World War I.
  • Aug 6, 1918: Ferdinand Foch becomes marshal of France
  • Aug 8, 1918: Canada / Australian / British breakthrough with 600 tanks at Amiens
  • Aug 9, 1918: Reds manager Christy Mathewson suspects Hal Chase of taking bribes to fix games, and suspends him for indifferent play
  • Aug 10, 1918: Russian Revolution: The British commander in Archangel is told to help the White Russians.
  • Aug 11, 1918: Battle of Amiens ends in WW I, Allieds beat Germans.
  • Aug 13, 1918: Women enlist in the United States Marine Corps for the first time. Opha Mae Johnson is the first woman to enlist.
  • Aug 15, 1918: Russia severs diplomatic ties with US
  • Aug 16, 1918: US troops overthrows Archangelsk
  • Aug 17, 1918: British troops attack Baku Azerbaijan
  • Aug 20, 1918: Britain opens offensive on Western front during WW I.
  • Aug 21, 1918: World War I: The Second Battle of the Somme begins.
  • Aug 24, 1918: Chicago Cubs, win earliest pennent ever
  • Aug 27, 1918: Christy Mathewson resigns as Reds manager to accept a commission as a captain in chemical warfare branch of Army
  • Aug 28, 1918: Tris Speaker suspended for season due to assault on ump Tom Connolly
  • Aug 29, 1918: World War I: Bapaume taken by the New Zealand Division in the Hundred Days Offensive.
  • Aug 30, 1918: Czechoslovakia forms independence Republic
  • Aug 31, 1918: Boston Red Sox, win earliest AL pennent ever (season ended September 2)
  • Sep 1, 1918: Ty Cobb pitches 2 innings against Browns
  • Sep 3, 1918: 38th US Mens Tennis: R L Murray beats William T Tilden
  • Sep 4, 1918: Jhr Ch Ruys de Beerenbrouck becomes 1st Dutch Catholic Premier
  • Sep 5, 1918: Decree ''On Red Terror'' is published in Russia
  • Sep 9, 1918: Dutch government of Ruijs de Beerenbrouck forms
  • Sep 10, 1918: Players on both sides threaten to strike the World Series unless they are guaranteed $2,500 to the winners and $1,000 each for the losers
  • Sep 11, 1918: Boston Red Sox beat Chicago Cubs, four games to two in 15th World Series.
  • Sep 13, 1918: Train accident at Weesp Neth, kills 42
  • Sep 15, 1918: CH Chubb gives Stonehenge to English state
  • Sep 18, 1918: Battle of Megiddo (Palestine) starts
  • Sep 20, 1918: Royal Dutch Blast furnace and Steel factory opens in Hague
  • Sep 26, 1918: Battle of the Argonne, final major battle of WWI
  • Sep 28, 1918: The US offers the fourth Liberty Loan bond issue of $5 billion at 4.25 percent interest.
  • Sep 29, 1918: Allied forces score a decisive breakthrough of the Hindenburg Line.
  • Oct 1, 1918: World War I: Arab forces under T. E. Lawrence (a/k/a ''Lawrence of Arabia'') capture Damascus.
  • Oct 3, 1918: Czar Ferdinand I of Bulgaria does distance of throne
  • Oct 4, 1918: Musical Sometime with Mae West premieres in New York City
  • Oct 6, 1918: US ship Otranto sinks between Scotland and Ireland, 425 die
  • Oct 8, 1918: World War I: In the Argonne Forest in France, United States Corporal Alvin C. York leads an attack that kills 25 German soldiers and captures 132.
  • Oct 9, 1918: Landgrave Friedrich Karl of Hessen-Kassel is elected King of Finland.
  • Oct 11, 1918: Puerto Rico earthquake: The city of Mayagüez and adjacent towns are nearly destroyed by a 7.5 earthquake and a tsunami.
  • Oct 12, 1918: Forest fire in Minnesota and Northern Wisconsin kills about 800
  • Oct 13, 1918: Mehmed Talat Pasha and the Young Turk (C.U.P.) ministry resign and sign an armistice, ending Ottoman participation in World War I.
  • Oct 15, 1918: British Q-ship Cymric sinks British submarine J6
  • Oct 17, 1918: De Kooy airport in the Netherlands opens
  • Oct 18, 1918: Czechoslovakia declares Independence from Austro-Hungarian Empire
  • Oct 20, 1918: Germans, aimed at an armistice, Germans agree to further concessions
  • Oct 21, 1918: Margaret Owen sets world typing speed record of 170 wpm for one min.
  • Oct 23, 1918: Actor Charlie Chaplin (29) weds Mildred Harris
  • Oct 25, 1918: Canadian steamship "Princess Sophia" hit a reef off Alaska, 398 die.
  • Oct 26, 1918: Soldier revolt at Harskamp Veluwe
  • Oct 28, 1918: World War I: Czechoslovakia is granted independence from Austria-Hungary marking the beginning of independent Czechoslovak state, after 300 years.
  • Oct 29, 1918: The German High Seas Fleet is incapacitated when sailors mutiny on the night of the 29th-30th, an action which would trigger the German revolution.
  • Oct 30, 1918: Slovakia asks for creation of Czechoslovakian state.
  • Oct 31, 1918: Spanish flu-virus kills 21,000 in US in 1 week
  • Nov 1, 1918: 102 die in a NYC BMT subway derailment at Malbone Street Brooklyn
  • Nov 3, 1918: Poland proclaims independence from Russia after WW I.
  • Nov 4, 1918: Kiel in hands of revolutionary sailors
  • Nov 6, 1918: Supreme commander of the army General Cutters resigns
  • Nov 7, 1918: Goddard demonstrates tube-launched solid propellant rockets.
  • Nov 8, 1918: Pro-German Supreme Commander general Cutters lay-offs
  • Nov 9, 1918: Republic Germany proclaimed
  • Nov 10, 1918: German Emperor Wilhelm II flees to the Netherlands
  • Nov 11, 1918: Armistice Day-WW I ends
  • Nov 12, 1918: Emperor Karl of Austria-Hungary abdicates, Austria becomes a republic.
  • Nov 13, 1918: Monarch Friedrich of Waldeck and Pyrmont abdicates throne
  • Nov 14, 1918: Republic of Czechoslovakia created with T.G. Masaryk as President.
  • Nov 17, 1918: Social Democratic Party becomes Communistc Party Holland: CPH
  • Nov 18, 1918: Brussels free Stofnar
  • Nov 21, 1918: 2 German ammunition trains explode in Hamont Belgium, 1,750 die
  • Nov 22, 1918: Bathe: grand Duke Frederik II resigns
  • Nov 23, 1918: Heber J. Grant succeeds Joseph F. Smith as the seventh president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
  • Nov 25, 1918: Vojvodina, formerly Austro-Hungarian crown land, proclaims its secession from Austria : Hungary to join the Kingdom of Serbia.
  • Nov 26, 1918: The Montenegrin Podgorica Assembly votes for a "union of the people", declaring assimilation into the Kingdom of Serbia.
  • Nov 28, 1918: Emperor Wilhelm of Prussia and Germany, abdicates
  • Nov 29, 1918: Serbia annexes Montenegro
  • Nov 30, 1918: Ernest Ansermet conducts the first concert by the ''Orchestre de la Suisse Romande''.
  • Dec 1, 1918: Yugoslavia declares independence; monarchy established
  • Dec 4, 1918: President Wilson sails for Versailles Peace Conference in France, 1st chief executive to travel outside US while in office
  • Dec 5, 1918: Oil refinery on Cura?ao opens.
  • Dec 9, 1918: French troops occupies Mainz.
  • Dec 12, 1918: Flag of Estonia is raised atop the Pikk Hermann for the first time.
  • Dec 13, 1918: US army of occupation crosses the Rhine, enters Germany.
  • Dec 16, 1918: Jack Dempsey knocks out Carl Morris in 14 seconds.
  • Dec 17, 1918: Culmination of the Darwin Rebellion as some 1000 demonstrators march on Government House in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
  • Dec 18, 1918: The United States House of Representatives approves the Eighteenth Amendment to enact Prohibition.
  • Dec 19, 1918: Robert Ripley begins his "Believe It or Not" column (New York Globe).
  • Dec 20, 1918: Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk returns to the Czechoslovak Republic.
  • Dec 27, 1918: The Great Poland Uprising against the Germans begins.
  • Dec 28, 1918: Constance Markievicz, while detained in Holloway prison, becomes the first woman to be elected Member of Parliament (MP) to the British House of Commons.
  • Dec 30, 1918: John E Hoover decides to be called J Edgar Hoover
  • Dec 31, 1918: Kid Gleason replaces Pants Rowland as Chicago White Sox manager.
  • Jan 8, 1918: U.S. President Woodrow Wilson announces his "Fourteen Points" as conditions for ending World War I.


What does the year 1918 refer to in the Gregorian calendar?

The year 1918 refers to a specific year in the Gregorian calendar, which is commonly used internationally. It is the 19th year of the 20th century and the 8th year of the 1910s decade. In the Gregorian calendar, it follows 1917 and precedes 1919.

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