1906

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December 8, 2021

1906 (MCMVI, in Roman numerals) was a common year of the 20th century of the Gregorian Calendar, from the Age of Christ, and its Sunday letter was G (52 weeks), it began on a Monday and ended also on a Monday.

Events

January 9th - Compulsory Military Service is instituted in Brazil. February 6 - The Taubaté Agreement is signed. March 1 - The fifth Presidential Election in Brazil takes place. March 10 - Courrières catastrophe causes the death of 1099 workers in a coal mine in France. April 18 - Great earthquake in San Francisco, United States. 1st of July - Creation of the Sporting Clube de Portugal sports club July 6 - José López Domínguez replaces Segismundo Moret y Prendergast as president of the Spanish government. October 23 - Santos-Dumont makes the first flight with the 14-Bis plane in Campo de Bagatelle, in Paris. 15 November - The 6th President-elect of Brazil, Afonso Pena, takes office. November 30 - Segismundo Moret y Prendergast replaces José López Domínguez as president of the Spanish government. December 4 - Antonio Aguilar y Correa replaces Segismundo Moret y Prendergast as president of the Spanish government. December 24 - First radio broadcast in the world, in Massachusetts, USA. Complete extinction of the Seychelles Parakeet.

Births

January 1st - Giovanni D'Anzi, Italian musician and composer, author of the famous Oh mia Bela Madunina. (m.1974) 7th February - Puyi, Emperor of China between 1908 and 1912 and also the last Emperor of China (d. 1967). February 13 - Agostinho da Silva, Portuguese philosopher and poet (d. 1994). February 15 - Nise da Silveira, psychotherapist from Alagoas (d. 1999). February 17 - Galo Plaza Lasso, president of Ecuador from 1948 to 1952 (d. 1987). February 27 — Ruy Roque Gameiro, Portuguese sculptor (d. 1935) March 19 - Adolf Eichmann, Nazi Germany politician and SS Lieutenant Colonel (d. 1962). April 28 - Kurt Friedrich Gödel, philosopher, mathematician and logician (d. 1978). 15 May - Humberto Delgado, Portuguese military, opponent of the Estado Novo (d. 1965). June 3 - Josephine Baker, American singer and dancer (d. 1975). July 3rd - Alberto Lleras Camargo, President of the Republic of Colombia from 1945 to 1946 and from 1958 to 1962 (d. 1990). 25 July - José Figueres Ferrer, President of Costa Rica (1990) July 30 - Wassily Leontief, Russian economist (d. 1999). August 17th - Marcello Caetano, Portuguese politician, professor and historian (d. 1980). August 28 - John Betjeman, English poet and writer (d. 1984). September 1 - Joaquín Balaguer, President of the Dominican Republic (d. 2002) September 12 - Georges Posener, French Egyptologist (d. 1988). September 25th José Figueres Ferrer, president of Costa Rica from 1948 to 1949, from 1953 to 1958 and from 1970 to 1974 (d. 1990). Dmitri Shostakovich, Russian composer (d. 1975). October 9 - Léopold Sédar Senghor, President of Senegal (d. 2001) October 14 - Hannah Arendt, German political theorist (d. 1975). 24 November - Rómulo de Carvalho (known as António Gedeão), Portuguese historian, pedagogue and poet (d. 1997). December 19 - Leonid Brezhnev, former general secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (d. 1982).Dates unknown: ? - Plínio Doyle, Brazilian lawyer and bibliophile (d. 2000).

Deaths

January 19 - Bartolomé Miter, president of Argentina from 1862 to 1868 (n. 1821). January 29 - Christian IX of Denmark, King of Denmark (b. 1818) 12 March - Manuel Quintana, Argentine president from 1904 to 1906 (n. 1835) June 11 - Tomás Regalado, president of El Salvador from 1898 to 1903 (n. 1861) July 17 - Carlos Pellegrini, president of Argentina from 1890 to 1892 (n. 1846) August 14 - Aniceto Arce Ruiz, president of Bolivia from 1888 to 1892 (n. 1824). October 28 - Franklin Dória, the Baron of Loreto, Brazilian politician and writer

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