1919: On This Year


1919 (MCMXIX in Roman Numerals) was the year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1919th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations.

Is 1919 a year special to you? If so you may like to discover what 1919 was famous for, who won the Oscars and the Nobel Prizes in 1919, who was Time's Person of the Year in 1919, which books, music and movies were top of the charts in 1919, what Chinese zodiac sign is associated to 1919, what babynames were most popular that year, what was the World population on that year and what happend in 1919.

On this page we will address all your questions and curiosities about 1919 to help you enjoy your trip down memory lane.


What was 1919 known for ?

  • Set on the cusp of the roaring 1920s, this year saw the US led by Woodrow Wilson and the beginning of World War One reparations.
  • With a global population of only 1.9 billion, the world happened to be a much smaller place than most modern people can imagine. For the newborns helping that number rise, the most popular names were John and Mary.
  • Famous people born in this flood of infants were JD Salinger, Jackie Robinson, Eva Peron, Liberace, Sr Edmund Hillary, and Pierre Trudeau. Sadly, as the circle of life demands, this year saw the end of some greats: Teddy Roosevelt, Frank Baum, Henry Heinz, and Pierre Renoir.
  • These 12 months marked the beginnings of the League of Nations, gasoline taxes, skydiving, and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. This was a time where movies still came in only three colors: black, white, and grey. On those old-timey screens, people flooded to see Broken Blossoms, Different from the Others, and True Heart Susie. The most common additions to people’s bookshelves were Wineburg, Demian, The Moon and the Sixpence, and Anne’s House of Dreams. Read on to find out more about how these 12 months forever changed the world.
  • Let’s start with some notable things first seen in 1919. The first gasoline tax was ratified in Oregon. The first airmail delivery was made and the first parachute jump completed. In terms of women, these 365 days also saw the Democratic National Committee welcome its first female member, first US distinguished service medal ever awarded to a woman, and the first female bar students admitted to London’s Lincoln Inn.
  • Things were not all sunshine and roses. Tragedy struck Boston as over 2 million gallons of molasses flooded crowded streets on January 15th. While some parts of the world were drawn closer together by the formation of the League of Nations, others were drawn apart as Turkey began its fight for independence and Lithuania declared itself an independent state. In terms of inventions, this year also saw the first arc welder and the initial prototype of the pop-up toaster.
  • Whether you like adding some crunch to your breakfast platter, or have ever needed a package sent via next-day air, you owe a round of applause to 1919.

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1919: What were the most popular books published that year?

The most popular and best selling books in 1919 were:

Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad

Lord Jim


Jim, a young British seaman, abandons a ship full of pilgrims, but the passengers are later saved, leading to his public censure. Joseph Conrad, a Polish author who wrote in English, is regarded as one of the greatest novelists of …

The Day Of The Jackal by Frederick Forsyth

The Day Of The Jackal


THE CLASSIC THRILLER FROM #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR FREDERICK FOSTER"The Day of the Jackal makes comparable books like The Manchurian Candidate or The Spy Who Came in From the Cold look like Hardy Boy mysteries The

The Unbearable Lightness Of Being by Milan Kundera

The Unbearable Lightness Of Being


Milan Kundera's The Unbearable lightness of Being tells the story about a young woman who falls in love with a man who is unable to choose between his love for her or his incorrigible womanizing.

The Secret History by Donna Tartt

The Secret History


Donna Tartt won the Pulitzer Prize 2014 for her novel The Goldfinch. She established herself as an important talent with The Secret History which is now a modern classic.

The Dead Zone by Stephen King

The Dead Zone



Goat chinese zodiac sign

1919: What was the Chinese Zodiac sign associated with the year 1919?

According to the Chinese Zodiac and Astrology 1919 was the Year of the Goat.

Discover Zodiac Sign Characteristics and Personality Traits of people born under the Goat sign.

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1919: Nobel Prize Winners of the Year

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1919: What were the most popular baby names in the USA that year ?

The 3 most popular baby names in 1919 were John, William and James for boys and Mary, Helen and Dorothy for girls according to the US Census Bureau historical records.

1919: What were the Top #10 male names given to baby boys that year?

The Top # 10 male names given to baby boys in 1919 in the USA according to the US Census Bureau historical records were:

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

1919: What were the Top #10 female names given to baby girls that year?

The Top # 10 female names given to baby girls in 1919 in the USA according to the US Census Bureau historical records were:

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

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1919: What was the number 1 song in the USA that year?

The number 1 song in the USA in 1919, i.e. the best selling and most popular song of tha year, was Oh! What a Pal was Mary by Henry Burr

1919: What was the music chart in the USA that year?

The Music Chart in the USA in 1919 with the top 10 most popular songs, was:

  1. Oh! What a Pal was Mary by Henry Burr
  2. How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm by Nora Bayes
  3. When You Look in the Heart of a Rose by John McCormack
  4. Chong by Columbia Saxophone Sextette
  5. Tell That to the Marines by Al Jolson
  6. Yearning by Prince's Orchestra
  7. Dreaming of Home, Sweet Home by Charles Harrison
  8. Mary by Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra
  9. How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm (After They've Seen Paree) by Arthur Fields
  10. Till We Meet Again by Vernon Dalhart & Gladys Rice

1919: What were the most popular movies that year ?

The most popular movies and box office hits in 1919 were:

Male and Female

Release year: 1919

Directed by: Cecil B. DeMille

Starring: Thomas Meighan, Theodore Roberts, Raymond Hatton, Robert Cain

Country: United States of America

True Heart Susie

Release year: 1919

Directed by: D.W. Griffith

Starring: Lillian Gish, Robert Harron, Wilbur Higby, Loyola O'Connor

Country: United States of America

The Mother and the Law

Release year: 1919

Directed by: D.W. Griffith

Starring: Mae Marsh, Robert Harron, Miriam Cooper, Vera Lewis

Country: United States of America

The Red Lantern

Release year: 1919

Directed by: Albert Capellani

Starring: Alla Nazimova, Noah Beery, Charles Bryant, Edward Connelly

The Lost Battalion

Release year: 1919

Directed by: Burton L. King

Starring: Robert Alexander, George G. McMurtry, Charles W. Whittlesey, William J. Cullen

Country: United States of America


What happened in 1919?

Here's what happened in 1919:

  • Jan 1, 1919: Belorussian SSR established.
  • Jan 2, 1919: Anti-British uprising in Ireland.
  • Jan 5, 1919: Spartacus uprising in Berlin: state of siege
  • Jan 6, 1919: Tragic week (Argentina)
  • Jan 7, 1919: Montenegrin guerrilla fighters rebel against the planned annexation of Montenegro by Serbia, but fail.
  • Jan 9, 1919: Friedrich Ebert orders the Freikorps into action in Berlin.
  • Jan 10, 1919: January 12 ampndash The Freikorps attacks Spartacist supporters around Berlin, Germany.
  • Jan 11, 1919: Romania annexes Transylvania.
  • Jan 13, 1919: Dutch Soccer team OSV forms.
  • Jan 14, 1919: John McGraw, Charles A Stoneham, and Judge McQuade buy New York Giants.
  • Jan 15, 1919: 2 million gallons of molasses flood Boston MA, drowning 21
  • Jan 16, 1919: Prohibition ratified by 3 / 4 of states; Nebraska is 36th
  • Jan 18, 1919: Bentley Motors Limited is founded.
  • Jan 21, 1919: Sinn Fein proclaims parliament of Free Ireland.
  • Jan 22, 1919: Act Zluky is signed, unifying the Ukrainian People's Republic and the West Ukrainian National Republic.
  • Jan 23, 1919: The Uprising of Khotin breaks out in Khotyn, Ukraine.
  • Jan 25, 1919: Founding of League of Nations, first meeting one year later.
  • Jan 29, 1919: Secretary of state proclaims the 18th amendment (prohibition).
  • Jan 31, 1919: The Battle of George Square takes place in Glasgow, Scotland.
  • Feb 2, 1919: Monarchist riot in Portugal.
  • Feb 3, 1919: Socialist conference convenes (Berne Switzerland).
  • Feb 4, 1919: Congress authorizes the Navy Cross.
  • Feb 5, 1919: Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, and D.W. Griffith launch United Artists film studio in the USA.
  • Feb 6, 1919: The Seattle General Strike begins. Over 65,000 workers strike.
  • Feb 11, 1919: Friedrich Ebert (SPD), is elected President of Germany.
  • Feb 14, 1919: United Parcel Service forms.
  • Feb 15, 1919: American Legion organizes in Paris.
  • Feb 18, 1919: Cy Denneny of NHL Ottawa Senators scores record 52nd goals.
  • Feb 19, 1919: Pan-African Congress, organized by W E B Du Bois (Paris).
  • Feb 20, 1919: French premier Clemenceau injured during assassination attempt.
  • Feb 21, 1919: German National Meeting accepts Anschluss incorporation of Austria.
  • Feb 23, 1919: Fascist Party forms in Italy by Benito Mussolini
  • Feb 25, 1919: Oregon is first state to tax gasoline (1 cent per gallon).
  • Feb 26, 1919: Acadia National Park established (as Lafayette National Park), Maine.
  • Feb 27, 1919: American Association for the Hard of Hearing formed (New York City, New York).
  • Feb 28, 1919: Amanullah Khan becomes King of Afghanistan.
  • Mar 1, 1919: Demonstrations for Korean independence from Japan begin.
  • Mar 2, 1919: The first Communist International meets in Moscow.
  • Mar 3, 1919: 1st international air mail service from US, Seattle-Victoria, BC
  • Mar 4, 1919: Communist International (“Comintern”) founded.
  • Mar 5, 1919: A. Mitchell Palmer becomes Attorney General of the United States through recess appointment.
  • Mar 6, 1919: NHL Championship: Montreal Canadiens beat Ottawa Senators, three games to one with one tie.
  • Mar 9, 1919: The Egyptian Revolution of 1919 breaks out.
  • Mar 11, 1919: General strike in Germany, crushed.
  • Mar 12, 1919: Austrian National Meeting affirms Anschluss (incorporate into Germany).
  • Mar 15, 1919: American Legion forms (Paris France).
  • Mar 17, 1919: Dutch steel workers strike for 8 hour day and minimum wages.
  • Mar 18, 1919: Order of DeMolay is established in Kansas City.
  • Mar 21, 1919: The Hungarian Soviet Republic is established becoming the first Communist government to be formed in Europe after the October Revolution in Russia.
  • Mar 23, 1919: Bashkir ASSR, in RSFSR, constituted.
  • Mar 29, 1919: Stanley Cup: MontrTal (NHL) and Seattle (PCHA) win two games each with one tie; 1919 Stanley Cup not awarded due to flu epidemic.
  • Mar 31, 1919: Strike against Ruhrgebied government of Scheidemann.
  • Apr 3, 1919: Austria expels all Habsburgers.
  • Apr 5, 1919: Heavyweight Jess Willard knocks out Jack Johnson in Havana.
  • Apr 6, 1919: Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi orders a general strike.
  • Apr 10, 1919: Mexican Revolution leader Emiliano Zapata is ambushed and shot dead by government forces in Morelos.
  • Apr 11, 1919: The International Labour Organization is founded.
  • Apr 12, 1919: British Parliament passes a 48-hour work week with minimum wages.
  • Apr 13, 1919: British forces kill 100s of Indian Nationalists
  • Apr 14, 1919: The Emperor of Austria moves to exile in Switzerland.
  • Apr 15, 1919: Save the Children Fund set up in the UK to raise money for the relief of German and Austrian children.
  • Apr 16, 1919: Polish : Soviet War: The Polish army launches the Vilna offensive to capture Vilnius in modern Lithuania.
  • Apr 19, 1919: Opera Monsieur Beaucaire is produced
  • Apr 20, 1919: Polish Army captures Vilno, Lithuania from Soviet Army.
  • Apr 21, 1919: The US Victory Liberty Loan offers $4.5 billion in bonds.
  • Apr 23, 1919: Major leagues open a reduced 140-game season.
  • Apr 30, 1919: Several bombs are intercepted in the first wave of the 1919 United States anarchist bombings.
  • May 1, 1919: Mount Kelud (Indonesia) erupts, boiling crater lake which broke through crater wall killing 5,000 people in 104 small villages.
  • May 3, 1919: Afghanistan Emir Amanoellah begins war against Great Britain.
  • May 4, 1919: Giants play their 1st legal Sunday home game, 35,000 see Phils win 4-3
  • May 5, 1919: The League of Red Cross Societies is founded in Paris.
  • May 6, 1919: Paris Peace Conference disposes of German colonies; German East Africa is assigned to Britain and France, German Southwest Africa to South Africa.
  • May 8, 1919: Appingedam soccer team forms.
  • May 9, 1919: In Belgium, a new electoral law introduces universal manhood suffrage and gives the franchise to certain classes of women.
  • May 10, 1919: 45th Kentucky Derby: Johnny Loftus aboard Sir Barton wins in 2:09.8.
  • May 14, 1919: Pope Benedictus XV publishes encyclical In hac tanta.
  • May 15, 1919: Brooklyn Dodgers score ten runs in 13th to beat Cincinnati Reds 10-0.
  • May 17, 1919: The British War Department orders use of National Star Insignia on all airplanes.
  • May 19, 1919: Mustafa Kemal Ataturk lands at Samsun on the Anatolian Black Sea coast, initiating what is later termed the Turkish War of Independence.
  • May 20, 1919: Volcano Keluit on Java, erupts killing 550.
  • May 23, 1919: The University of California opens its second campus in Los Angeles. Initially called Southern Branch of the University of California (SBUC), it is eventually renamed the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
  • May 25, 1919: Casey Stengel releases a sparrow from under his baseball cap.
  • May 27, 1919: 1st transatlantic flight ends; US Navy flying boat takes 11 days
  • May 29, 1919: Einstein's theory of general relativity is tested (later confirmed) by Arthur Eddington's observation of a total solar eclipse in Principe and by Andrew Crommelin in Sobral, Ceara, Brazil.
  • May 30, 1919: By agreement with the United Kingdom, later confirmed by the League of Nations, Belgium is given the mandate over part of German East Africa (Ruanda-Urundi).
  • May 31, 1919: NC-4 aircraft commanded by AC Read completes 1st crossing of Atlantic
  • Jun 1, 1919: Rhineland Republic forms in Wiesbaden
  • Jun 2, 1919: Pulitzer prize awarded to Carl Sandburg (Cornhuskers)
  • Jun 3, 1919: Liberty Life Insurance Company (Chicago) organized by blacks.
  • Jun 4, 1919: US marines invade Costa Rica.
  • Jun 6, 1919: Assent is given to an Act to amend the Canadian Currency Act, 1910
  • Jun 9, 1919: General steel strike in France
  • Jun 11, 1919: 23rd US Golf Open: Walter Hagen shoots a 301 at Brae Burn Country Club - Massachusetts
  • Jun 12, 1919: Dutch 2nd Chamber accord for equal Christian-public education
  • Jun 14, 1919: John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown depart from St. John's, Newfoundland on the first nonstop transatlantic flight.
  • Jun 15, 1919: 1st nonstop Atlantic flight (Alcock & Brown) lands in Ireland
  • Jun 17, 1919: British Police Sergeant Thomas Green killed during the Epsom Riot by Canadian troops
  • Jun 20, 1919: German government of Scheideman resigns
  • Jun 21, 1919: Bauer forms German government
  • Jun 23, 1919: Nitti government forms in Italy
  • Jun 25, 1919: Revolt of Spartacus in Hamburg
  • Jun 26, 1919: New York Daily News begins publishing
  • Jun 28, 1919: Carl Mazes pitches a complete double-header against New York Yankees.
  • Jul 1, 1919: 1st class postage drops from 3 cents to 2 cents
  • Jul 2, 1919: Syrian National Congress in Damascus. Arab nationalist announce independence.
  • Jul 4, 1919: ADGB (Allgemeine Deutsche Gewerkschaftsbund) party forms
  • Jul 5, 1919: 32nd Wimbledon Womens Tennis: S Lenglen beats Chambers
  • Jul 6, 1919: British R-34 lands in NY, 1st airship to cross Atlantic
  • Jul 7, 1919: Phillies tie major league record of 8 steals in 9 inn game
  • Jul 8, 1919: President Wilson returns to New York City from Versailles Peace Conference.
  • Jul 10, 1919: Dutch 1st Chamber approves woman suffrage
  • Jul 11, 1919: Dutch 2nd chamber approves 8-hour day / No Sunday work
  • Jul 13, 1919: Chicago White Sox pitcher Carl Mays walks off mound blaming teammates for lack of support afield
  • Jul 17, 1919: Finland adopts constitution
  • Jul 19, 1919: Following Peace Day celebrations marking the end of World War I, ex-servicemen riot and burn down Luton Town Hall.
  • Jul 21, 1919: Dirigible crashes through bank skylight killing 13 (Chicago, Ill).
  • Jul 24, 1919: Race Riot in Washington DC (6 killed, 100 wounded).
  • Jul 27, 1919: Chicago race riot (15 whites and 23 blacks killed, 500 injured).
  • Jul 28, 1919: Vrije Vakbewegings Internationale (VVI) forms in Amsterdam
  • Jul 31, 1919: Germany accepts Weimar Constitution
  • Aug 1, 1919: Queen Wilhelmina opens 1st Air Fair in Amsterdam
  • Aug 3, 1919: Romanian army liberates Timișoara from the Hungarian occupation.
  • Aug 4, 1919: Romanian army occupies Budapest.
  • Aug 6, 1919: Romanian forces destroys Bela Kun Republic in Budapest
  • Aug 10, 1919: Ukrainian National Army massacres 25 Jews in Podolia Ukraine
  • Aug 11, 1919: Weimar Republic begins in Germany
  • Aug 13, 1919: British troops fire on Amritsar India demonstrators; killing 350
  • Aug 14, 1919: White Sox Happy Felsch ties record of 4 outfield assists in a game
  • Aug 16, 1919: August 26 ampndash First Silesian Uprising: The Poles in Upper Silesia rise against the Germans.
  • Aug 18, 1919: Anti-Cigarette League of America forms in Chicago Illinois
  • Aug 19, 1919: Afghanistan gains full independence from the United Kingdom.
  • Aug 20, 1919: Wichita outfielder Joe Wilhoit (Western League) fails to get a hit, ending a 69-game streak
  • Aug 24, 1919: Cleveland pitcher Ray Caldwell is flattened by a bolt of lightning
  • Aug 28, 1919: General John Smuts becomes Premier of South Africa
  • Aug 31, 1919: John Reed forms American Communist Labor Party in Chicago
  • Sep 2, 1919: Italy agress to general voting right / proportional representation
  • Sep 4, 1919: 39th US Mens Tennis: William M Johnston beats Wm T Tilden (64 64 63)
  • Sep 6, 1919: The U.S. Army expedition across America, which started July 7, ends in San Francisco.
  • Sep 10, 1919: New York City welcomes home General John J Pershing and 25,000 WW I soldiers.
  • Sep 11, 1919: U.S. Marines invade Honduras.
  • Sep 12, 1919: Adolf Hitler joins the German Workers Party.
  • Sep 16, 1919: Dutch Ruether beats Giants 4-3 to clinch Cincinnati 1st NL pennant
  • Sep 18, 1919: Dutch 2nd Chamber accepts female suffrage
  • Sep 20, 1919: 2nd PGA Championship: Jim Barnes at Engineers Country Club - Roslyn, New York
  • Sep 21, 1919: 33rd US Womens Tennis: Hazel H Wightman beats M Zinderstein
  • Sep 22, 1919: The steel strike of 1919, led by the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers, begins in Pennsylvania before spreading across the United States.
  • Sep 24, 1919: Babe Ruth sets season homer mark at age 28 off of New York Yankees player Bob Shawkey.
  • Sep 25, 1919: President Wilson becomes seriously ill and collapses after a speech.
  • Sep 26, 1919: US President Wilson hit by a heart attack
  • Sep 27, 1919: British troops withdraw from Archangelsk
  • Sep 28, 1919: Fastest major league game (51 mins), New York Giants beat Philadelphia Phillies 6-1.
  • Oct 1, 1919: World Series #16 begins as a best of 9 affair, Chicago White Sox intentionally throw this series to satisfy gamblers (The Black Sox Scandal).
  • Oct 2, 1919: U.S. President Woodrow Wilson suffers a massive stroke, leaving him partially paralyzed.
  • Oct 3, 1919: Reds Adolfo Luque is 1st Latin player to appear in a World Series
  • Oct 5, 1919: Norwegian population agrees to prohibition
  • Oct 6, 1919: Stambuliski becomes Premier of Bulgaria
  • Oct 7, 1919: KLM, Netherlands Airlines, established (oldest existing airline)
  • Oct 10, 1919: Richard Strauss and Hugo van Hofmannsthals premieres in Vienna
  • Oct 13, 1919: Race riot at Elaine Arkansas.
  • Oct 17, 1919: Radio Corporation of America (RCA) created.
  • Oct 26, 1919: B C Hilliams musical Buddies, premieres in New York City
  • Oct 27, 1919: US Congress sign Volstead Act
  • Oct 28, 1919: The U.S. Congress passes the Volstead Act over President Woodrow Wilson's veto, paving the way for Prohibition to begin the following January.
  • Oct 30, 1919: Baseball league presidents call for abolishment of the spitball.
  • Nov 1, 1919: The Coal Strike of 1919 begins. The United Mine Workers under John L. Lewis announce a strike for November 1, 1919. Final agreement comes on December 10.
  • Nov 7, 1919: US police raid offices of Union of Russian Workers
  • Nov 9, 1919: Felix the Cat appears in Feline Follies, marking the first cartoon character to become popular.
  • Nov 11, 1919: Pope Benedictus XV states Roman Catholics political / business views
  • Nov 12, 1919: Ross and Keith Smith start a 1 month flight from London to Australia
  • Nov 14, 1919: Red Army captures Omsk, Siberia
  • Nov 16, 1919: After Entente pressure Romanian forces withdraw from Budapest and let Admiral Horthy to march in.
  • Nov 19, 1919: US Senate rejects (55-39) Treaty of Versailles and League of Nations.
  • Nov 22, 1919: 15,000 men are cremated at Domela Newenhouse, Amsterdam
  • Nov 27, 1919: Peace of Neuilly-sur-Seine: Allies and Bulgaria
  • Nov 28, 1919: US-born Lady Astor elected first female member of British Parliament.
  • Nov 30, 1919: Health officials declare that the global Spanish Flu pandemic has ended.
  • Dec 1, 1919: Lady Nancy Astor sworn-in as first female member of British Parliament.
  • Dec 5, 1919: The Turkish Ministry of War releases Greeks, Armenians and Jews from military service.
  • Dec 10, 1919: Nobel peace prize awarded to US President Wilson
  • Dec 11, 1919: Boll weevil monument dedicated in Enterprise, Ala
  • Dec 13, 1919: Ross and Smith land in Australia from a flight from London.
  • Dec 17, 1919: Austria parliament approves 8-hour day.
  • Dec 19, 1919: American Meteorological Society found.
  • Dec 20, 1919: US House of Representatives restricts immigration.
  • Dec 21, 1919: J Edgar Hoover deports anarchists / feminist Emma Goldman to Russia
  • Dec 22, 1919: Government of Ireland Act of Power (Home Rule for Ireland).
  • Dec 23, 1919: Alice H Parker patents gas heating furnace.
  • Dec 25, 1919: Cliftonhill Stadium in Coatbridge opens (the home of the Albion Rovers F.C.) They lose the match 2–0 to St. Mirren.
  • Dec 26, 1919: Babe Ruth of the Boston Red Sox is sold to the New York Yankees by owner Harry Frazee.
  • Dec 30, 1919: Lincoln's Inn in London admits its first female bar student.
  • Jan 5, 1919: The German Workers' Party, which would become the Nazi Party, is founded in Munich.


What does the year 1919 refer to in the Gregorian calendar?

The year 1919 refers to a specific year in the Gregorian calendar, which is commonly used internationally. It is the 20th year of the 20th century and the 9th year of the 1910s decade. In the Gregorian calendar, it follows 1918 and precedes 1920.

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