1923: On This Year

1923

1923 (MCMXXIII in Roman Numerals) was the year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1923th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations.

Is 1923 a year special to you? If so you may like to discover what 1923 was famous for, who won the Oscars and the Nobel Prizes in 1923, who was Time's Person of the Year in 1923, which books, music and movies were top of the charts in 1923, what Chinese zodiac sign is associated to 1923, what babynames were most popular that year, what was the World population on that year and what happend in 1923.

On this page we will address all your questions and curiosities about 1923 to help you enjoy your trip down memory lane.

history

What was 1923 known for ?

  • Taking place in the “Jazz Age”, or the “Roaring Twenties”, 1923 was a year characterized by economic prosperity and bootleggers.
  • The world’s population reached 2.02 billion. The most popular baby names were John and Mary... Sadly, while 1923 gained many new citizens, the world lost some great people: the man who discovered the X-ray, William Harding, and the designer who forever altered the Paris’ skyline (Gustave Eiffel).
  • These 365 days saw the birth of Golden Girls’ Estelle Getty, Rocky Marciano, Charlton Heston, and the founding father of Singapore (Lee Kuan Yew). The most popular reads in that year were The Good Soldier Sveck, The Prophet, and that year’s Pulitzer winner One of Ours. The big screen saw the ascension of classics including The Hunchback of Notre Dame and the original The Ten Commandments. Rumblings of the darkness of World War II began with the formation of Mussolini’s fascist militia.
  • It saw some notable gains in medicine, contraception, computers, and astronomy. In this year, insulin became widely available to treat diabetes and surgeons performed the first successful brain tumor operation. Edwin Hubble opened up the stars to new horizons after he discovered the world’s first Cepheid variable star. For museum and Egyptology lovers, this year marks the time when Howard Carter cracked open the tomb of Tutankhamen.
  • Plenty of other noteworthy things happened as well. If you love The Lion King, you have 1923 to thank for that; this year marked the founding of the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio. On the global front, the founder of modern Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, served his first term as president and set his country on a new path.
  • Time Magazine also published its first issue and shortly after that, Firestone produced its first rubber tire. Whether you’re trying to get Let It Go out of your head, or happen to be alive thanks to insulin, 1923 got the ball rolling.

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1923: What was the Chinese Zodiac sign associated with the year 1923?


According to the Chinese Zodiac and Astrology 1923 was the Year of the Pig.

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1923: Nobel Prize Winners of the Year


1923: Who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine ?

In 1923 the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to:
  • John James Rickard Macleod
world population

1923: What were the most popular baby names in the USA that year ?

The 3 most popular baby names in 1923 were John, Robert and William for boys and Mary, Dorothy and Helen for girls according to the US Census Bureau historical records.

1923: What were the Top #10 male names given to baby boys that year?

The Top # 10 male names given to baby boys in 1923 in the USA according to the US Census Bureau historical records were:

  • John
  • Robert
  • William
  • James
  • Charles
  • George
  • Joseph
  • Edward
  • Richard
  • Donald

1923: What were the Top #10 female names given to baby girls that year?

The Top # 10 female names given to baby girls in 1923 in the USA according to the US Census Bureau historical records were:

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

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1923: What was the number 1 song in the USA that year?

The number 1 song in the USA in 1923, i.e. the best selling and most popular song of tha year, was Swingin' Down the Lane by Isham Jones & His Orchestra

1923: What was the music chart in the USA that year?

The Music Chart in the USA in 1923 with the top 10 most popular songs, was:

  1. Swingin' Down the Lane by Isham Jones & His Orchestra
  2. Yes! We Have No Bananas by Billy Jones
  3. Down Hearted Blues by Bessie Smith
  4. Crinoline Days by Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra
  5. Barney Google by Billy Jones & Ernest Hare
  6. Just a Girl That Men Forget by Henry Burr
  7. Lost (A Wonderful Girl) by Al Jolson
  8. You Tell Her - I Stutter by Billy Jones & Ernest Hare
  9. Who's Sorry Now? by Original Memphis Five

1923: What were the most popular movies that year ?

The most popular movies and box office hits in 1923 were:

Hot Shots

Release year: 1923

Little Old New York

Release year: 1923

Directed by: Sidney Olcott

Starring: Marion Davies, Stephen Carr, J.M. Kerrigan, Harrison Ford

Country: United States of America

Zaza

Release year: 1923

Directed by: Allan Dwan

Starring: Gloria Swanson, H.B. Warner, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Lucille La Verne

Country: United States of America

Our Hospitality

Release year: 1923

Directed by: John G. Blystone, Buster Keaton

Starring: Buster Keaton, Natalie Talmadge, Joe Keaton, Joe Roberts

Country: United States of America

The Extra Girl

Release year: 1923

Directed by: F. Richard Jones

Starring: Mabel Normand, Ralph Graves, George Nichols, Anna Dodge

Country: United States of America

history

What happened in 1923?

Here's what happened in 1923:

  • Jan 1, 1923: Union of Socialist Soviet Republics established.
  • Jan 2, 1923: Ku Klux Klan makes surprise attack on black residential area Rosewood, Florida, USA; 8 killed (compensation awarded in 1995).
  • Jan 4, 1923: 1st broadcast of Barn Dance Show
  • Jan 7, 1923: Baltimore Sun warns of Ku Klux Klan
  • Jan 8, 1923: Typography strike in Amsterdam
  • Jan 9, 1923: Lithuanian residents of the Memel Territory rebelled against the League of Nations decision to leave the area as a mandated region under French control.
  • Jan 10, 1923: Last US troops leave Rhineland (Germany).
  • Jan 11, 1923: Occupation of the Ruhr: Troops from France and Belgium occupy the Ruhr area to force Germany to make its World War I reparation payments.
  • Jan 17, 1923: Belgian Working People Party protests against occupied Ruhrgebied.
  • Jan 18, 1923: Elon College's campus in North Carolina is destroyed by a fire.
  • Jan 19, 1923: WMC-AM in Memphis TN begins radio transmissions
  • Jan 23, 1923: Taxi strike in Amsterdam begins
  • Jan 24, 1923: Aztec Ruins National Monument, in New Mexico, USA, is established.
  • Jan 28, 1923: 1st Reichs Party (NSDAP) forms in Munich
  • Jan 29, 1923: 1st flight of autogiro
  • Feb 1, 1923: Fascists Voluntary Militia forms in Italy under Benito Mussolini.
  • Feb 2, 1923: Ethyl gasoline first marketed in USA, in Dayton, Ohio.
  • Feb 5, 1923: Mass arrests of socialists and communists in Italy.
  • Feb 8, 1923: German NSDAP Volkischer Beobachter newspaper becomes a daily
  • Feb 9, 1923: Soviet Aeroflot airlines is established.
  • Feb 10, 1923: Ink paste manufactured for first time by Standard Ink Company.
  • Feb 13, 1923: 1st Black pro Basketball team, Renaissance, organizes
  • Feb 16, 1923: US female Figure Skating championship won by Theresa Weld Blanchard.
  • Feb 18, 1923: Belgium: Borinage-mine workers strike for higher wages
  • Feb 20, 1923: Christy Mathewson becomes president of Boston Braves.
  • Feb 22, 1923: Transcontinental airmail service begins
  • Feb 23, 1923: German Republic day with laws against worker.
  • Feb 24, 1923: Flying Scotsman goes into service
  • Feb 25, 1923: Bread in Berlin, Germany rises to 2,000 marks.
  • Feb 26, 1923: Italian nationalists and fascists merge (blue-shirts and black-shirts).
  • Feb 28, 1923: Swedish King Gustaaf V begins state visit to the Netherlands
  • Mar 1, 1923: Allies occupy Ruhrgebied, killing railroad striker.
  • Mar 2, 1923: Time magazine debuts
  • Mar 3, 1923: US Senate rejects membership in International Court of Justice, The Hague.
  • Mar 5, 1923: 1st old age pension plans in US established by Montana and Nevada
  • Mar 9, 1923: Amsterdam taxi strike ended
  • Mar 13, 1923: Lee de Forest demonstrates his sound-on-film moving pictures (New York City, New York).
  • Mar 14, 1923: President Warren G Harding becomes 1st President to pay taxes
  • Mar 15, 1923: Lenin is hit with his 3rd stroke
  • Mar 20, 1923: Belgian Senate rejects Dutch University in Ghent.
  • Mar 21, 1923: US foreign minister Charles Hughes refuses USSR recognition.
  • Mar 22, 1923: The first radio broadcast of ice hockey is made by Foster Hewitt.
  • Mar 23, 1923: Frank Silver and Irving Conn release Yes, We Have No Bananas
  • Mar 24, 1923: Greece becomes a republic.
  • Mar 25, 1923: British government grants Trans-Jordan autonomy.
  • Mar 26, 1923: Stanley Cup: Ottawa Senators beat Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA), three games to one.
  • Mar 28, 1923: ''Regia Aeronautica'', the air force of Fascist Italy, is founded.
  • Mar 30, 1923: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, formed at Howard University in 1920, incorporates.
  • Mar 31, 1923: Stanley Cup: Ottawa Senators (NHL) sweep Edmonton Eskimos (WCHL) in two games.
  • Apr 1, 1923: First sound short films shown in New York's Rivoli Theatre.
  • Apr 5, 1923: Firestone Tire and Rubber Company begins production of balloon-tires.
  • Apr 6, 1923: The first Prefects Board in Southeast Asia is formed in Victoria Institution, Malaysia.
  • Apr 7, 1923: Workers Party of America (New York City) becomes official communist party.
  • Apr 10, 1923: Hitler demands hatred & more hatred in Berlin
  • Apr 12, 1923: The ''Kandersteg International Scout Centre'' comes into existence.
  • Apr 13, 1923: Army wins the first college three-weapon fencing championship.
  • Apr 14, 1923: Etienne Oehmichen sets helicopter distance record of 358 metres.
  • Apr 15, 1923: Insulin becomes generally available for use by people with diabetes.
  • Apr 17, 1923: Longest NL opening game, Phillies and Dodgers tie 5-5 in 14
  • Apr 18, 1923: Poland annexes Central Lithuania.
  • Apr 19, 1923: New Egyptian law allows suffrage for men, except soldiers.
  • Apr 23, 1923: The Gdynia seaport is inaugurated.
  • Apr 24, 1923: Colonel Jacob Schick patents Schick shavers.
  • Apr 26, 1923: English prince Albert (George VI) marries lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon.
  • Apr 27, 1923: Mussolini government italian place in South Tirol / Alto Adige
  • Apr 28, 1923: Wembley Stadium opens-Bolton Wanderers versus West Ham United (FA Cup).
  • May 1, 1923: Rahula College is established in Ceylon with the name of quotParakramabhahu Vidyalayaquot.
  • May 2, 1923: Senator Walter Johnson pitches his 100th shutout, beats New York Yankees 3-0.
  • May 3, 1923: First nonstop transcontinental flight (New York-San Diego) completed.
  • May 4, 1923: New York state revokes Prohibition law.
  • May 7, 1923: Mine strike at Belgian Borinage railroad.
  • May 11, 1923: 10 HRs hit in Phillies 20-14 victory over St. Louis Cardinals
  • May 12, 1923: 49th Preakness: Benny Marinelli aboard Vigil wins in 1:53.6.
  • May 13, 1923: Pulitzer prize awarded to Willa Carter (One of Ours)
  • May 15, 1923: Cooperation of Dutch Molen forms
  • May 17, 1923: Fire during closing day ceremonies at Grover Cleveland School (SC)
  • May 19, 1923: KPD (communist revolts) in German Ruhr cities occupied by Allies.
  • May 20, 1923: Stanley Baldwin, becomes Prime Minister of the UK
  • May 22, 1923: Stanley Baldwin succeeds Andrew Bonar Law as British premier.
  • May 23, 1923: 1st flight of Sabena: Brussel-Lympne, Great Britain
  • May 24, 1923: The Irish Civil War ends.
  • May 25, 1923: Britain recognizes Transjordan with Abdullah as its leader.
  • May 26, 1923: Socialist Workers Youth International forms in Hamburg, Germany.
  • May 27, 1923: The Ku Klux Klan in the United States defies a law requiring publication of its members.
  • May 28, 1923: Attorney General says it is legal for women to wear trousers anywhere
  • May 31, 1923: China and the USSR exchange diplomats
  • Jun 1, 1923: New York Giants beat Phillies, 22-5, Giants score in every inning
  • Jun 9, 1923: 55th Belmont: Earl Sande aboard Zev wins in 2:19
  • Jun 12, 1923: Harry Houdini frees himself from a straight jacket while suspended upside down, 40 feet (12 m) above ground in New York City
  • Jun 13, 1923: President Li of China abandons his residence because a warlord has commanded forces to surround the mansion and cut off its water and electric supplies, in order to force him to abandon his post.
  • Jun 14, 1923: Recording of 1st country music hit (Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane)
  • Jun 16, 1923: Sun Yat Sen founds military academy
  • Jun 18, 1923: Checker Taxi puts its first taxi on the streets.
  • Jun 19, 1923: Moon Mullins, Comic Strip, debuts
  • Jun 21, 1923: Marcus Garvey sentenced to 5 years for using mail to defraud
  • Jun 24, 1923: Pope Pius XI speaks against allies occupying Ruhrgebied
  • Jun 25, 1923: Rapid Bucureşti is formed on the initiative of the Griviţa railroad workers (first named CFR Bucureşti).
  • Jun 28, 1923: Queen Wilhelmina and Prince Henry for state visit to London
  • Jun 30, 1923: New Zealand claims Ross Dependency in Antarctica.
  • Jul 1, 1923: 1st permanent radio network-AT&T (WEAF New York and WMAF Massachusetts)
  • Jul 3, 1923: Harbor strike in Hull / Grimsby / Cardiff / Bristol over to London
  • Jul 4, 1923: Jack Dempsey beats Tommy Gibbon in 15 for heavyweight boxing title
  • Jul 6, 1923: 36th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Suzanne Lenglen beats K McKane (62 62)
  • Jul 7, 1923: 43rd Wimbledon Mens Tennis: William Johnston beats F Hunter (60 63 61)
  • Jul 8, 1923: Walter Mittelholzer flies Junkers F-13 to Spitsbergen / Oostland
  • Jul 10, 1923: All non-fascist parties disolved in Italy.
  • Jul 11, 1923: Harry Frazee, sells Red Sox to Ohio businessmen for $1M
  • Jul 13, 1923: Draft law passes
  • Jul 15, 1923: 27th US Golf Open: Bobby Jones shoots a 296 at Inwood Country Club - New York
  • Jul 17, 1923: Carl Mays gives up 13 runs and 20 hits in 13-0 lose to Cleveland Indians.
  • Jul 19, 1923: WRC-AM in Washington DC begins radio transmissions
  • Jul 21, 1923: Phillies score 12 in 6th and beat Cubs 17-4
  • Jul 22, 1923: Walter Johnson becomes the first to strikeout 3,000 in Major League Baseball.
  • Jul 24, 1923: Allied Powers and Turkey sign peace treaty, Lausanne.
  • Jul 25, 1923: German mark devalued to 600,000 Dmark=$1
  • Jul 29, 1923: Albert Einstein speaks on pacifism in Berlin
  • Jul 30, 1923: New Zealand claims Ross Dependency
  • Jul 31, 1923: Belgian Chamber discusses bilinguality at Ghent University
  • Aug 2, 1923: Former US President Warren Harding dies at Palace Hotel, San Francisco, California.
  • Aug 3, 1923: Baseball games cancelled following the death of President Harding
  • Aug 9, 1923: New York State Golf Association formed.
  • Aug 11, 1923: Dutch Premier de Geer resigns
  • Aug 12, 1923: Dutch AR-leader Coair replaces De Geer as Minister of Finances
  • Aug 13, 1923: Germany: Gustav Stresemann becomes Premier of coalition government
  • Aug 15, 1923: Eamon de Valera arrested in Irish Free State
  • Aug 18, 1923: 37th US Womens Tennis: Helen Wills Moody beats Molla B Mallory (62 61)
  • Aug 20, 1923: London harbor strike ends
  • Aug 22, 1923: Paavo Nurmi runs world record mile (4:10.4)
  • Aug 23, 1923: Captain Lowell Smith and Lieutenant John P. Richter perform the first mid-air refueling on De Havilland DH-4B, setting an endurance flight record of 37 hours.
  • Aug 24, 1923: Paavo Nurmi runs world record 3 mile (14:11.2)
  • Aug 30, 1923: Hurricane season begins, with a tropical storm northeast of Turks and Caicos.
  • Aug 31, 1923: League of Nations gives Belgium mandate of Ruanda-Urundi (was German)
  • Sep 1, 1923: 18th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in New York (4-1)
  • Sep 4, 1923: A Charlot and N Cowards revue London Calling, premieres in London
  • Sep 5, 1923: Flyweights Gene LaRue and Kid Pancho knock out each other simultaneously.
  • Sep 6, 1923: Queen Wilhelmina celebrates 25 year jubilee
  • Sep 7, 1923: Interpol forms in Vienna
  • Sep 8, 1923: Honda Point Disaster: nine US Navy destroyers run aground off the California coast. Seven are lost, and twenty-three sailors killed.
  • Sep 9, 1923: Albin Stenroos runs world record 20 km (1:07:11.2)
  • Sep 10, 1923: Irish Free state joins League of Nations
  • Sep 11, 1923: Bernie Neis, hits the 1,000th Dodger home run
  • Sep 12, 1923: Britain takes over Southern Rhodesia from British South Africa Company
  • Sep 13, 1923: Following a military coup in Spain, Miguel Primo de Rivera takes over, setting up a dictatorship.
  • Sep 14, 1923: Jack Dempsey KOs Luis Firpo in 2 for heavyweight boxing title
  • Sep 15, 1923: 43rd US Mens Tennis: William T Tilden beats W M Johnston
  • Sep 17, 1923: A major fire in Berkeley, California erupts, consuming some 640 structures, including 584 homes in the densely built neighborhoods north of the campus of the University of California.
  • Sep 18, 1923: September 26 ampndash Newspaper printers strike in New York.
  • Sep 19, 1923: Ernst Tollers Hinkemann, premieres in Leipzig
  • Sep 23, 1923: 80,000 demonstrate in Amsterdam against Fleet law
  • Sep 24, 1923: Premiere of 1st celluloid film Das Leben auf dem Dorfe (Berlin)
  • Sep 26, 1923: Stresemann Government ends resistance against occupiers in Ruhrgebied
  • Sep 27, 1923: Italian troops leave occupied Korfu
  • Sep 28, 1923: Abyssinia (Ethiopia) leaves League of Nations
  • Sep 29, 1923: 6th PGA Championship: Gene Sarazen at Pelham Country Club - Pelham, New York
  • Sep 30, 1923: Canton Bulldogs win 1st on way to 17-0 season
  • Oct 2, 1923: British occuping army leaves Constantinople
  • Oct 4, 1923: Young Stribling held light-heavyweight boxing championship for the shortest amount of time (3 hours). Referee overturns the decision.
  • Oct 5, 1923: Edwin Hubble identifies Cepheid variable star.
  • Oct 6, 1923: 1st NL unassisted triple play (Ernie Padgett, Braves against Phillies)
  • Oct 7, 1923: Yankees Everett Scott runs his consecutive-game streak to 1,138
  • Oct 10, 1923: Saxony gets Social Democratic and Communist coalition government
  • Oct 11, 1923: Babe Ruth hits 2 HRs in a World Series game
  • Oct 14, 1923: Fourth tropical storm of the year, formed just north of Panama.
  • Oct 15, 1923: New York Yankees' first World Series win beating New York Giants, 4 games to two (World Series #20).
  • Oct 16, 1923: Disney Co founded
  • Oct 17, 1923: Catholic University of Nijmegen Netherlands opens
  • Oct 19, 1923: Ban Johnson persuades AL owners to prohibit boxing in their parks
  • Oct 21, 1923: 1st planetarium opens at Deutsche Museum in Munich
  • Oct 23, 1923: Babe Ruth makes a postseason exhibition appearance in a Giants uniform
  • Oct 24, 1923: Gen Otto von Lossow calls Reichswehr to Berlin to form a dictatorship
  • Oct 25, 1923: Senate committee publishes 1st report on Teapot Dome scandal
  • Oct 26, 1923: Dutch 2nd Chamber rejects Fleet laws (50-49 vote)
  • Oct 27, 1923: In Germany, General Hans von Seeckt orders the ''Reichswehr'' to dissolve the Social Democratic-Communist government of Saxony, which was refusing to accept the authority of the ''Reich'' government.
  • Oct 29, 1923: Army move SPD / KPD-Government to German part of Saxon
  • Oct 30, 1923: İsmet İnönü is appointed as the first prime minister of Turkey.
  • Oct 31, 1923: The first of 160 consecutive days of 100° Fahrenheit at Marble Bar, Western Australia.
  • Nov 1, 1923: Bruno E Lucander forms Aero E / Y (Finnair)
  • Nov 2, 1923: Bloody street fights in Aken (pro-French separatists driven)
  • Nov 6, 1923: Colonel Jacob Schick patents 1st electric shaver
  • Nov 8, 1923: Beer Hall Putsch: In Munich, Adolf Hitler leads the Nazis in an unsuccessful attempt to overthrow the German government.
  • Nov 9, 1923: In Munich, Germany, police and government troops crush the Beer Hall Putsch in Bavaria. The failed coup is the work of the Nazis.
  • Nov 10, 1923: German ex-crown Prince flees Netherlands for Germany
  • Nov 11, 1923: Eternal flame lit for tomb of unknown solder, Arc de Triumph
  • Nov 12, 1923: In Germany, Adolf Hitler is arrested for attempt to sieze power November 8
  • Nov 14, 1923: Kentaro Suzuki completes his ascent of Mount Iizuna.
  • Nov 15, 1923: The German Rentenmark is introduced in Germany to counter Inflation in the Weimar Republic.
  • Nov 20, 1923: Garrett Morgan invents and patents the traffic signal.
  • Nov 22, 1923: US President Calvin Coolidge pardons WW I German spy Lothar Witzke, sentenced to death.
  • Nov 23, 1923: German army commander General Von Seeckt bans NSDAP and KPD
  • Nov 30, 1923: Dutch Catholic minority government of Wilhelm Marx forms
  • Dec 3, 1923: First Congressional open session broadcast via radio (Washington DC).
  • Dec 4, 1923: WEAF radio begins broadcasting Eveready Hour (variety show)
  • Dec 6, 1923: 1st presidential address broadcast on radio (President Calvin Coolidge)
  • Dec 8, 1923: Labour / Liberals win British parliament
  • Dec 10, 1923: Polish government of Grabski forms.
  • Dec 12, 1923: In Italy, the Po River dam bursts, killing 600.
  • Dec 17, 1923: Greek King George II overthrown by army / Republic
  • Dec 18, 1923: International zone of Tangier set up in Morocco.
  • Dec 20, 1923: BEGGARS Fraternity (the first social fraternity at a Jesuit college in the United States) is founded by nine men, who secured permission to do so from the Pope.
  • Dec 21, 1923: Nepal changes from British protectorate to independent nation.
  • Dec 22, 1923: Bill Ponsford and Edgar Mayne make 456 opening stand for Victoria in cricket.
  • Dec 25, 1923: Imperial Theater opens at 249 W 45th St, New York City
  • Dec 27, 1923: Unsuccessful assassination attempt on prince-regent Hirohito of Japan.
  • Dec 29, 1923: Vladimir K. Zworykin files his first patent (in the United States) for quottelevision systemsquot.
  • Dec 31, 1923: 1st transatlantic radio broadcast of a voice, Pittsburgh-Manchester
  • Jan 9, 1923: Juan de la Cierva makes the first autogyro flight.

history

What does the year 1923 refer to in the Gregorian calendar?

The year 1923 refers to a specific year in the Gregorian calendar, which is commonly used internationally. It is the 24th year of the 20th century and the 3rd year of the 1920s decade. In the Gregorian calendar, it follows 1922 and precedes 1924.

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