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1930 (MCMXXX) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1930th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 930th year of the 2nd millennium, the 30th year of the 20th century, and the 1st year of the 1930s decade.

1930 in various calendars
Gregorian calendar1930
MCMXXX
Ab urbe condita2683
Armenian calendar1379
ԹՎ ՌՅՀԹ
Assyrian calendar6680
Bahá'í calendar86–87
Balinese saka calendar1851–1852
Bengali calendar1337
Berber calendar2880
British Regnal year20 Geo. 5 – 21 Geo. 5
Buddhist calendar2474
Burmese calendar1292
Byzantine calendar7438–7439
Chinese calendar己巳(Earth Snake)
4626 or 4566
— to —
庚午年 (Metal Horse)
4627 or 4567
Coptic calendar1646–1647
Discordian calendar3096
Ethiopian calendar1922–1923
Hebrew calendar5690–5691
Hindu calendars
- Vikram Samvat1986–1987
- Shaka Samvat1851–1852
- Kali Yuga5030–5031
Holocene calendar11930
Igbo calendar930–931
Iranian calendar1308–1309
Islamic calendar1348–1349
Japanese calendarShōwa 5
(昭和5年)
Javanese calendar1860–1861
Juche calendar19
Julian calendarGregorian minus 13 days
Korean calendar4263
Minguo calendarROC 19
民國19年
Nanakshahi calendar462
Thai solar calendar2472–2473
Tibetan calendar阴土蛇年
(female Earth-Snake)
2056 or 1675 or 903
— to —
阳金马年
(male Iron-Horse)
2057 or 1676 or 904
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1930 Language Watch Edit 1930 January February March April May June July August September October November December 1930 MCMXXX was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar the 1930th year of the Common Era CE and Anno Domini AD designations the 930th year of the 2nd millennium the 30th year of the 20th century and the 1st year of the 1930s decade Millennium 2nd millenniumCenturies 19th century 20th century 21st centuryDecades 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950sYears 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 19331930 in various calendarsGregorian calendar1930 MCMXXXAb urbe condita2683Armenian calendar1379 ԹՎ ՌՅՀԹAssyrian calendar6680Baha i calendar86 87Balinese saka calendar1851 1852Bengali calendar1337Berber calendar2880British Regnal year20 Geo 5 21 Geo 5Buddhist calendar2474Burmese calendar1292Byzantine calendar7438 7439Chinese calendar己巳年 Earth Snake 4626 or 4566 to 庚午年 Metal Horse 4627 or 4567Coptic calendar1646 1647Discordian calendar3096Ethiopian calendar1922 1923Hebrew calendar5690 5691Hindu calendars Vikram Samvat1986 1987 Shaka Samvat1851 1852 Kali Yuga5030 5031Holocene calendar11930Igbo calendar930 931Iranian calendar1308 1309Islamic calendar1348 1349Japanese calendarShōwa 5 昭和5年 Javanese calendar1860 1861Juche calendar19Julian calendarGregorian minus 13 daysKorean calendar4263Minguo calendarROC 19 民國19年Nanakshahi calendar462Thai solar calendar2472 2473Tibetan calendar阴土蛇年 female Earth Snake 2056 or 1675 or 903 to 阳金马年 male Iron Horse 2057 or 1676 or 904Wikimedia Commons has media related to 1930 Contents 1 Events 1 1 January 1 2 February 1 3 March 1 4 April 1 5 May 1 6 June 1 7 July 1 8 August 1 9 September 1 10 October 1 11 November 1 12 December 1 13 Date unknown 2 Births 2 1 January 2 2 February 2 3 March 2 4 April 2 5 May 2 6 June 2 7 July 2 8 August 2 9 September 2 10 October 2 11 November 2 12 December 3 Deaths 3 1 January June 3 2 July December 4 Nobel Prizes 5 References 6 SourcesEvents EditJanuary Edit Main article January 1930 January 6 The first diesel engine automobile trip is completed Indianapolis Indiana to New York City by Clessie Cummins founder of the company Cummins citation needed 1 An early literary character licensing agreement is signed by A A Milne granting Stephen Slesinger U S and Canadian merchandising rights to the Winnie the Pooh works 2 January 13 The Mickey Mouse comic strip makes its first appearance 3 January 15 The Moon moves into its nearest point to Earth called perigee at the same time as its fullest phase of the Lunar Cycle This is the closest moon distance at 356 397 km 221 455 mi in recent history and the next one will be on January 1 2257 at 356 371 km 221 439 mi 4 January 26 The Indian National Congress declares this date as Independence Day or as the day for Poorna Swaraj Complete Independence January 28 The first patent for a field effect transistor is granted in the United States to Julius Edgar Lilienfeld 5 January 30 Pavel Molchanov launches a radiosonde from Slutsk in the Soviet Union 6 February Edit Main article February 1930 February 3 The Communist Party of Vietnam is established 7 February 10 The Việt Nam Quốc Dan Đảng launch the Yen Bai mutiny in the hope of ending French colonial rule in Vietnam February 18 While studying photographs taken in January Clyde Tombaugh confirms the existence of Pluto a celestial body considered a planet until redefined as a dwarf planet in 2006 8 February 27 A case of Jake paralysis marks the beginning of an outbreak in the United States resulting from adulterated Jamaica ginger sold as an alcohol substitute during Prohibition 9 March Edit Main article March 1930 Mahatma Gandhi March 2 Mahatma Gandhi informs the British Viceroy of India that civil disobedience will begin the following week 10 Andre Tardieu begins his second term as Prime Minister of France 11 March 6 International Unemployment Day is observed in countries throughout the world 12 13 The first frozen foods of Clarence Birdseye go on sale in Springfield Massachusetts 14 March 12 Mahatma Gandhi sets off on a 200 mile protest march towards the sea with 78 followers to protest against the British monopoly on salt more will join them during the Salt March that ends on April 5 15 March 28 The government of Turkey requests the international community to adopt Istanbul and Ankara as the official names for Constantinople and Angora The U S State Department adopts the Istanbul form in May 16 March 29 Heinrich Bruning is appointed Chancellor of Germany 17 March 31 The Motion Picture Production Code Hays Code is instituted in the United States imposing strict guidelines on the treatment of sex crime religion and violence in films for the next 40 years 18 April Edit Main article April 1930 April 6 In an act of civil disobedience Mahatma Gandhi breaks the salt laws of British India by making salt by the sea at the end of the Salt March 19 The International Left Opposition ILO is founded in Paris France April 17 Neoprene is invented by DuPont April 18 The Chittagong Rebellion begins in India with the Chittagong armoury raid BBC Radio from London uniquely reports Good evening Today is Good Friday There is no news 20 April 19 Warner Bros in the United States release their first cartoon series called Looney Tunes which runs until 1969 April 21 A fire in the Ohio Penitentiary in Columbus United States kills 320 people 21 The Turkestan Siberia Railway is completed April 22 The United Kingdom Japan and the United States sign the London Naval Treaty to regulate submarine warfare and limit naval shipbuilding April 28 The first night game in organized baseball history takes place in Independence Kansas May Edit Main article May 1930 May 5 Mahatma Gandhi is re arrested May 6 The 7 1 Mw Salmas earthquake shakes northwestern Iran and southeastern Turkey with a maximum Mercalli intensity of IX Violent up to 3 000 people are killed May 10 The National Pan Hellenic Council is founded in Washington D C May 15 Nurse Ellen Church becomes the world s first flight attendant working on a Boeing Air Transport trimotor May 16 Rafael Leonidas Trujillo is elected president of the Dominican Republic May 17 French Prime Minister Andre Tardieu decides to withdraw the remaining French troops from the Rhineland they depart by June 30 May 24 Amy Johnson lands in Darwin Australia becoming the first woman to fly solo from England to Australia she left on May 5 for the 11 000 mile flight May 30 Sergei Eisenstein arrives in California to work for Paramount Pictures they part ways by October Canadian adventurer William Red Hill Sr makes a five hour journey down the Niagara Gorge rapids June Edit Main article June 1930 June 7 Carl Gustaf Ekman becomes Prime Minister of Sweden for the second and final time 22 June 14 The Bureau of Narcotics is established under the United States Department of the Treasury replacing the Narcotics Division of the Prohibition Unit June 17 President Herbert Hoover signs the Smoot Hawley Tariff Act into law implementing protectionist trade policies in the United States 23 June 21 One year conscription for men comes into force in France July Edit Main article July 1930 July 4 The dedication of George Washington s sculpted head is held at Mount Rushmore South Dakota July 5 The Seventh Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops opens This conference approves the use of birth control in limited circumstances a move away from the Christian views on contraception expressed by the Sixth Conference a decade earlier July 7 The Lapua Movement marches in Helsinki Finland Building of the Boulder Dam later known as the Hoover Dam is started on the Colorado River in the United States July 11 Australian cricketer Donald Bradman scores a world record 309 runs in one day on his way to the highest individual Test innings of 334 during a Test match against England July 13 The first FIFA World Cup starts Lucien Laurent scores the first goal for France against Mexico July 19 Georges Simenon s detective character Inspector Jules Maigret makes his first appearance in print under Simenon s own name when the novel Pietr le Letton known in English as The Strange Case of Peter the Lett begins serialization in a French weekly magazine 24 Simenon will eventually write 75 novels as well as 28 short stories featuring the pipe smoking Paris detective July 21 The United States Department of Veterans Affairs is established July 25 Laurence Olivier marries actress Jill Esmond July 26 Charles Creighton and James Hargis of Missouri begin their return journey to Los Angeles using only a reverse gear the 11 555 km trip lasts 42 days July 28 R B Bennett defeats William Lyon Mackenzie King in federal elections and becomes the Prime Minister of Canada July 29 British airship R100 sets out for a successful 78 hour passage to Canada July 30 Uruguay beats Argentina 4 2 to win the first Association football FIFA World Cup final at Estadio Centenario in Montevideo New York station W2XBS is put in charge of NBC broadcast engineers July 31 The radio drama The Shadow airs for the first time in the United States July The First Eastern Women s Congress takes place in Damascus in Syria Florbela Espanca August Edit Main article August 1930 August The volcanic island of Anak Krakatau begins to form permanently in the Sunda Strait August 6 Judge Joseph Force Crater disappears in New York City August 7 R B Bennett takes office as the eleventh Prime Minister of Canada Lynching of Thomas Shipp and Abram Smith in Marion Indiana James Cameron survives This will be the last recorded lynching of African Americans in the Northern United States August 9 Cartoon character Betty Boop appears for the first time on screen in the animated film Dizzy Dishes August 12 Turkish troops move into Persia to fight Kurdish insurgents August 16 The first British Empire Games open in Hamilton Ontario Canada 25 August 27 A military junta takes over in Peru September Edit Main article September 1930 September 3 A huge hurricane in the Caribbean demolishes most of the city of Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic September 6 1930 Argentine coup d etat Jose Felix Uriburu carries out a military coup overthrowing Hipolito Yrigoyen President of Argentina September 8 Scotch Tape invented by Richard Gurley Drew is sold by the 3M company in the United States for the first time 26 September 12 England cricketer Wilfred Rhodes plays the final match in his international career by taking 5 for 95 for H D G Leveson Gower s XI against the Australians At the age of 52 he also becomes the oldest man to play in a Test match 27 September 14 German federal election 1930 National Socialists win 107 seats in the German Parliament the Reichstag 18 3 of all the votes making them the second largest party 28 September 17 The Kurdish Ararat rebellion is suppressed by the Turks September 20 The Eastern Catholic Rite Syro Malankara Catholic Church is formed September 27 Ismet Inonu forms a new government in Turkey 6th government October Edit Main article October 1930 President Stahlberg and his wife Ester at the Helsinki Central Station after kidnapping In the middle of picture their daughter Elli Stahlberg stands behind them October The Indochinese Communist Party is formed October 1 British rule of Weihaiwei ends as it is returned to China October 3 The German Socialist Labour Party in Poland Left is founded following a split in the DSAP in Lodz October 5 British airship R101 crashes in France en route to India on its maiden long range flight resulting in the loss of 48 lives October 8 The Philadelphia Athletics win their second straight World Series in baseball defeating the St Louis Cardinals 7 1 in Game 6 October 14 Stahlberg kidnapping The former and first President of Finland K J Stahlberg and his wife Ester Stahlberg are kidnapped from their home by members of the far right Lapua Movement 29 30 October 20 A British White Paper demands restrictions on Jewish immigration into Mandatory Palestine 31 October 24 Brazilian Revolution of 1930 Getulio Vargas overthrows Washington Luis October 27 Ratifications are exchanged in London on the first London Naval Treaty signed in April modifying the Washington Naval Treaty of 1925 Its arms limitation provisions go into effect immediately hence putting more limits on the expensive naval arms race between its five signatories the United Kingdom the United States the Japanese Empire France and Italy November Edit Main article November 1930 November 2 Haile Selassie is crowned emperor of Ethiopia November 3 Getulio Vargas becomes president of Brazil November 15 Jean Harlow has her first major film role in Howard Hughes epic war film Hell s Angels Her platinum hair and sensual persona cause an immediate sensation turning her into one of the decade s most iconic and discussed film stars November 25 An earthquake in the Izu Peninsula of Japan kills 223 people and destroys 650 buildings Cecil George Paine a pathologist at the Sheffield Royal Infirmary in England achieves the first recorded cure of an eye infection using penicillin 32 December Edit Main article December 1930 December All adult Turkish women are given the right to vote in elections December 2 Great Depression President Herbert Hoover goes before the United States Congress to ask for a 150 million public works program to help create jobs and to stimulate the American economy December 7 The television station W1XAV in Boston broadcasts video and audio from the radio orchestra program The Fox Trappers This broadcast also includes the first television commercial in the United States an advertisement for the I J Fox Furriers Company which sponsored the telecast December 19 Mount Merapi volcano in central Java Indonesia erupts destroying numerous villages and killing 1 300 people December 24 In London inventor Harry Grindell Matthews demonstrates his device to project pictures on clouds December 29 Sir Muhammad Iqbal s presidential address in Allahabad introduces the two nation theory outlining a vision for the creation of Pakistan 33 December 31 The Papal encyclical Casti connubii issued by Pope Pius XI stresses the sanctity of marriage prohibits Roman Catholics from using any form of artificial birth control and reaffirms the Catholic prohibition on abortion Date unknown Edit Bernhard Schmidt invents the Schmidt camera 34 Births EditBirthsJanuary February March April May June July August September October November December January Edit Robert Loggia Tippi Hedren Buzz Aldrin Derek Walcott Gene Hackman January 1 Gaafar Nimeiry 4th President of Sudan d 2009 35 Ty Hardin American actor d 2017 36 Frederick Wiseman American director and producer 37 January 3 Robert Loggia American actor d 2015 38 Ahmed Osman Prime Minister of Morocco 39 January 4 Don Shula American football coach d 2020 40 January 5 M R Srinivasan Indian nuclear scientist 41 January 6 Professor Tanaka Charles Kalani Jr American wrestler and actor d 2000 42 Oscar Camilion Argentine lawyer and diplomat d 2016 43 Vic Tayback American actor d 1990 44 January 9 Pavel Kolchin Soviet Olympic cross country skier d 2010 45 January 10 Roy E Disney Disney executive d 2009 46 January 11 Rod Taylor Australian actor d 2015 47 January 12 Tim Horton Canadian hockey player co founder of Tim Hortons fast food chain d 1974 48 Jennifer Johnston Irish novelist 49 Glenn Yarbrough American singer d 2016 50 January 15 Hedi Baccouche Prime Minister of Tunisia d 2020 51 January 16 Mary Ann McMorrow American judge d 2013 52 January 19 Tippi Hedren American actress 53 January 20 Buzz Aldrin American pilot astronaut Apollo 11 second person to set foot on the Moon 54 January 21 Mainza Chona Zambian politician and diplomat d 2001 55 January 23 Derek Walcott West Indian writer Nobel Prize laureate d 2017 56 Roderick Walcott West Indian playwright d 2000 56 William R Pogue American astronaut d 2014 57 January 24 Terence Bayler New Zealand actor d 2016 58 January 25 Ruth Kligman American artist d 2010 59 January 26 Napoleon Abueva Filipino artist d 2018 60 January 27 Bobby Bland African American R amp B musician d 2013 61 January 30 Gene Hackman American actor and novelist 62 Magnus Malan South African soldier Minister of Defence in the 1980s d 2011 63 February Edit Robert Wagner Joanne Woodward February 1 Shahabuddin Ahmed 12th President of Bangladesh 64 Hussain Muhammad Ershad 10th President of Bangladesh d 2019 65 February 2 Ruth M Kirk American politician d 2011 66 February 3 Mani Krishnaswami Carnatic music vocalist from Tamil Nadu India d 2002 67 February 4 Jim Loscutoff American basketball player d 2015 68 February 7 Ikutaro Kakehashi Japanese engineer and entrepreneur d 2017 69 February 8 Alejandro Rey Argentine American actor d 1987 70 February 10 Robert Wagner American actor 71 February 13 Ernst Fuchs Austrian painter d 2015 72 Israel Kirzner English born American economist author and academic 73 February 15 Bruce Dawe Australian poet d 2020 74 February 17 Ruth Rendell British author d 2015 75 February 19 John Frankenheimer American film director d 2002 76 K Viswanath Indian actor director and screenwriter 77 February 22 Marni Nixon American vocalist d 2016 78 February 23 Goro Shimura Japanese mathematician d 2019 79 February 27 Joanne Woodward American actress 80 February 28 Leon Cooper American physicist Nobel Prize laureate 81 March Edit Tom Wolfe Zhores Alferov James Irwin Stephen Sondheim Steve McQueen March 2 Tom Wolfe American author journalist d 2018 82 March 3 Heiner Geissler German politician d 2017 83 Ion Iliescu 2 time President of Romania 84 K S Rajah Singaporean Senior Counsel Judicial Commissioner of the Supreme Court d 2010 85 March 6 Allison Hayes American actress d 1977 86 Lorin Maazel French born American orchestral conductor d 2014 87 March 7 Antony Armstrong Jones 1st Earl of Snowdon English photographer royal spouse d 2017 88 Daphne Osborne English botanist d 2006 89 March 8 Douglas Hurd English politician 90 March 9 or 19 Ornette Coleman American jazz saxophonist d 2015 91 March 13 Liz Anderson American country music singer and songwriter d 2011 92 March 14 Irma Adelman Romanian born economist d 2017 93 Helga Feddersen German actress d 1990 94 March 15 Alba Arnova Italian Argentine ballerina actress d 2018 95 Zhores Alferov Russian physicist Nobel Prize laureate d 2019 96 Shadi Abdel Salam Egyptian film director screenwriter and costume and set designer d 1986 97 March 17 James Irwin American astronaut d 1991 98 March 18 Adam Cardinal Maida American Roman Catholic prelate Archbishop of Detroit 1990 2009 99 March 19 Gualtiero Marchesi Italian chef and restaurateur d 2017 100 March 20 Thomas Stafford Williams New Zealand cardinal 101 March 22 Sir Lynden Pindling 1st Prime Minister of the Bahamas d 2000 102 Pat Robertson American televangelist motivational speaker author and television host 103 Stephen Sondheim American composer and lyricist 104 March 24 David Dacko 1st President of the Central African Republic d 2003 105 Steve McQueen American actor d 1980 106 March 26 Sandra Day O Connor American politician Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States 107 March 27 Daniel Spoerri Romanian Swiss artist and writer 108 March 28 Robert Ashley American composer d 2014 109 Jerome Isaac Friedman American physicist Nobel Prize laureate 110 March 29 Anerood Jugnauth Mauritian politician 3 time Prime Minister of Mauritius and 4th President of Mauritius 111 d 2021 John Marshall Australian swimmer d 1957 112 Naser Malek Motiei Iranian actor director d 2018 113 March 30 John Astin American actor 114 Rolf Harris Australian entertainer 115 March 31 Julian Herranz Casado Spanish cardinal 116 Susan Weil American artist 117 April Edit Helmut Kohl Vigdis Finnbogadottir Silvana Mangano Carolyn Jones April 1 Grace Lee Whitney American actress Star Trek d 2015 118 April 3 Lawton Chiles American politician U S Senator Florida 41st Governor of Florida d 1998 119 Helmut Kohl Chancellor of Germany d 2017 120 April 5 Mary Costa American opera singer and actress 121 Pierre Lhomme French cinematographer d 2019 122 April 6 Pampero Firpo Argentinian American professional wrestler d 2020 123 April 7 Vilma Espin Cuban revolutionary feminist and chemical engineer d 2007 124 Andrew Sachs German born British actor d 2016 125 April 8 Carlos Hugo Duke of Parma d 2010 126 April 9 F Albert Cotton American chemist d 2007 127 April 10 Claude Bolling French jazz pianist and composer d 2020 128 Dolores Huerta American labor leader and civil rights activist 129 Frank Lary American baseball player d 2017 130 Spede Pasanen Finnish television personality d 2001 131 April 11 Nicholas F Brady American politician and businessman 132 Anton LaVey American author musician and occultist d 1997 133 April 12 John Landy Australian athlete and politician 134 April 14 Bradford Dillman American actor and author d 2018 135 April 15 Vigdis Finnbogadottir President of Iceland 136 April 16 Herbie Mann American jazz flutist d 2003 137 April 19 Dick Sargent American actor and gay activist d 1994 138 April 21 Silvana Mangano Italian actress d 1989 139 April 24 Richard Donner American film director and producer 140 d 2021 Jose Sarney 31st President of Brazil 141 April 25 Paul Mazursky American director and writer d 2014 142 April 26 Roger Moens Belgian athlete and sportscaster 143 April 28 James Baker former United States Secretary of State 144 Carolyn Jones American actress d 1983 145 April 29 Jean Rochefort French actor d 2017 146 Irv Weinstein American broadcaster television news anchor d 2017 147 Mahmud of Terengganu 16th Sultan of Terengganu d 1998 148 April 30 Felix Guattari French psychotherapist philosopher semiologist and activist d 1992 149 May Edit Edsger W Dijkstra Malcolm Fraser Clint Eastwood May 1 Ethel Ayler American actress d 2018 150 Probosutedjo Indonesian businessman d 2018 151 Little Walter African American blues singer musician and songwriter d 1968 152 May 3 Juan Gelman Argentine poet writer d 2014 153 May 4 Roberta Peters American soprano d 2017 154 May 5 Michael J Adams American aviator aeronautical engineer and astronaut d 1967 155 May 8 Heather Harper Northern Irish soprano d 2019 156 Gary Snyder American poet essayist and translator 157 May 9 Joan Sims English actress d 2001 158 May 11 Edsger W Dijkstra Dutch computer scientist d 2002 159 May 13 Vernon Shaw 5th President of Dominica d 2013 160 Mike Gravel American politician former Senator of Alaska and Presidential candidate d 2021 161 May 14 Maria Irene Fornes Cuban American playwright d 2018 162 May 15 Jasper Johns American painter 163 Grace Ogot Kenyan author nurse journalist politician and diplomat d 2015 164 May 17 Maria Luisa Mendoza Mexican journalist novelist and politician d 2018 165 May 19 Lorraine Hansberry African American playwright d 1965 166 May 20 James McEachin American actor 167 May 21 Malcolm Fraser 22nd Prime Minister of Australia d 2015 168 May 22 Kenny Ball British jazz trumpeter singer and bandleader d 2013 169 Harvey Milk American politician and gay rights activist d 1978 170 May 25 Sonia Rykiel French fashion designer d 2016 171 May 27 John Barth American writer 172 Muhammad Lafir Sri Lankan snooker player d 1981 173 May 28 Edward Seaga Jamaican politician 5th Prime Minister of Jamaica d 2019 174 May 31 Ruslan Stratonovich Russian physicist engineer d 1997 175 Clint Eastwood American actor director and producer 176 June Edit Pete Conrad Jim Nabors Vilmos Zsigmond Magdalena Abakanowicz Claude Chabrol June 1 Edward Woodward English actor and singer d 2009 177 June 2 Pete Conrad American astronaut moonwalker and commander of Apollo 12 d 1999 178 June 3 Marion Zimmer Bradley American writer d 1999 179 George Fernandes Indian politician d 2019 180 June 4 Morgana King American jazz singer actress d 2018 181 Viktor Tikhonov Soviet ice hockey player and coach d 2014 182 June 6 Frank Tyson English cricketer d 2015 183 June 8 Robert Aumann German born mathematician recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences 184 June 9 Barbara French singer d 1997 185 Jordi Pujol 126th President of the Government of Catalonia 186 June 10 Grace Mirabella American journalist editor of Vogue 1971 88 187 June 11 Neale Lavis Australian equestrian d 2019 188 Charles Rangel African American politician 189 June 12 Jim Nabors American actor musician and comedian d 2017 190 Son Sen Cambodian politician and war criminal d 1997 191 June 14 Charles McCarry American spy and novelist d 2019 192 June 16 Vilmos Zsigmond Hungarian American cinematographer d 2016 193 June 19 Gena Rowlands American actress 194 June 20 Magdalena Abakanowicz Polish sculptor d 2017 195 Juan Alberto Melgar Castro Honduran military ruler d 1987 196 June 21 Gerald Kaufman British Labour politician d 2017 197 June 22 Yury Artyukhin Russian cosmonaut d 1998 198 Sa dun Hammadi 33rd Prime Minister of Iraq d 2007 199 June 23 John Elliott British historian 200 Anthony Thwaite English poet critic and academic d 2021 201 June 24 Claude Chabrol French film director d 2010 202 Herb Klein American businessman attorney and politician 203 June 26 Wolfgang Schwanitz German Leader of the Office for National Security Head of the Stasi 204 Moeenuddin Ahmad Qureshi Pakistani economist and caretaker prime minister d 2016 205 Jackie Fargo American wrestler trainer d 2013 206 June 27 Ross Perot American computer billionaire politician d 2019 207 June 28 William C Campbell Irish American biologist parasitologist Nobel Prize laureate 208 Itamar Franco President of Brazil d 2011 209 Horacio Gomez Bolanos Mexican actor d 1999 June 29 Robert Evans American producer d 2019 210 Viola Leger American Canadian actress and politician 211 June 30 Ignatius Peter VIII Abdalahad Syrian bishop d 2018 212 Ahmed Zaki Yamani Saudi Arabian politician d 2021 213 July Edit Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada Carlos Menem Francoise Mallet Joris Biljana Plavsic Sally Ann Howes July 1 Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada Bolivian politician and businessman 214 July 2 Sylve Bengtsson Swedish Olympic footballer d 2005 215 Ahmad Jamal American jazz pianist and composer 216 Carlos Menem President of Argentina 217 d 2021 July 3 Carlos Kleiber Austrian conductor d 2004 218 Ferdinando Riva Swiss football forward d 2014 citation needed N Venkatachala Indian judge d 2019 219 July 4 George Steinbrenner American businessman and baseball team owner d 2010 220 Yuriy Tyukalov Russian rower d 2018 221 July 6 George Armstrong Canadian professional ice hockey player d 2021 222 Francoise Mallet Joris Belgian writer d 2016 223 M Balamuralikrishna Indian Carnatic vocalist multi instrumentalist playback singer composer and actor d 2016 224 July 7 Theodore McCarrick American Roman Catholic cardinal 225 Biljana Plavsic Bosnian politician and war criminal 226 July 9 Slavko Dacevski Macedonian football player and manager 227 Patricia Newcomb American producer and publicist 228 July 11 Jack Alabaster New Zealand cricketer 229 Harold Bloom American literary critic d 2019 230 July 14 Polly Bergen American actress d 2014 231 July 15 Einosuke Akiya Japanese Buddhist leader 232 Jacques Derrida Algerian born French literary critic d 2004 233 Stephen Smale American mathematician 234 July 17 Sigvard Ericsson Swedish speed skater d 2019 citation needed Ray Galton English scriptwriter d 2018 235 Sir William Heseltine Australian Private Secretary to Queen Elizabeth II 236 July 19 David Rubadiri Malawian diplomat academic poet playwright and novelist d 2018 237 July 20 Alex Sanchez Costa Rican football player 238 Sally Ann Howes English actress and singer 239 Oleg Anofriyev Soviet Russian actor singer songwriter film director and poet d 2018 240 July 21 Gene Littler American professional golfer d 2019 241 Helen Merrill American jazz vocalist 242 Anand Bakshi Indian poet lyricist d 2002 243 July 24 Jacqueline Brookes American actress d 2013 244 July 25 Murray Chapple New Zealand cricketer d 1985 245 Maureen Forrester Canadian contralto d 2010 246 Mitzi Shore American comedy club owner d 2018 247 July 28 Firoza Begum Bangladeshi singer d 2014 248 Jean Roba Belgian comics author d 2006 249 August Edit Neil Armstrong Robert Culp Princess Margaret Sir Sean Connery Irinej August 1 Pierre Bourdieu French sociologist d 2002 250 Lawrence Eagleburger United States Secretary of State d 2011 251 Karoly Grosz 51st Prime Minister of Hungary d 1996 252 Geoffrey Holder Trinidadian American dancer choreographer and actor d 2014 253 August 4 Enrico Castellani Italian painter d 2017 254 Ali al Sistani Iranian Shia Ayatollah 255 August 5 Neil Armstrong American astronaut first human to set foot on the Moon commander of Apollo 11 d 2012 256 August 6 Abbey Lincoln American singer d 2010 257 August 9 Carmen Balcells Spanish literary agent d 2015 258 Jacques Parizeau French Canadian politician d 2015 259 August 10 Luigi De Filippo Italian actor d 2018 260 August 12 George Soros Hungarian born investor 261 August 13 Don Ho American singer and entertainer d 2007 262 August 14 Earl Weaver American professional baseball player and manager d 2013 263 Liz Fraser English actress d 2018 264 August 15 Tom Mboya Kenyan trade unionist educationist Pan Africanist author and independence activist probable d 1969 265 August 16 Robert Culp American actor d 2010 266 Leslie Manigat 34th President of Haiti d 2014 267 Flor Silvestre Mexican singer actress and equestrienne d 2020 268 Tony Trabert American tennis player and commentator d 2021 269 August 17 Ted Hughes English poet d 1998 270 August 18 Rafael Pineda Ponce Honduran educator and politician d 2014 271 August 19 Frank McCourt Irish American writer d 2009 272 August 20 Jan Olszewski 3rd Prime Minister of Poland d 2019 273 August 21 Princess Margaret Countess of Snowdon d 2002 274 Filippo Illuminato Italian partisan Gold Medal of Military Valour d 1943 August 22 Gylmar dos Santos Neves Brazilian footballer d 2013 275 August 23 Michel Rocard Prime Minister of France d 2016 276 August 24 Sultanah Bahiyah Sultanah of Kedah d 2003 277 August 25 Sir Sean Connery Scottish actor James Bond d 2020 278 Georgiy Daneliya Russian film director and screenwriter d 2019 279 August 27 Gholamreza Takhti Iranian wrestler d 1968 280 August 28 Windsor Davies Welsh actor d 2019 281 Ben Gazzara American actor d 2012 282 Irinej Serbian Patriarch 45th Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church 283 d 2020 284 August 30 Warren Buffett American billionaire entrepreneur 285 Xernona Clayton American civil rights activist and broadcasting executive 286 Paul Poupard French cardinal 287 September Edit Baudouin I of Belgium Mario Adorf Akira Suzuki September 1 Charles Correa Indian architect d 2015 288 September 3 Cherry Wilder New Zealand novelist d 2002 289 September 4 Norman Dorsen American civil rights activist d 2017 290 September 6 Salvatore De Giorgi Italian cardinal 291 September 7 King Baudouin I of Belgium d 1993 292 Sonny Rollins African American jazz saxophonist 293 September 8 Mario Adorf German actor 294 Jeannette Altwegg English figure skater d 2021 295 September 9 Frank Lucas African American drug trafficker d 2019 296 September 11 Renzo Montagnani Italian actor d 1997 297 September 12 Akira Suzuki Japanese chemist Nobel Prize laureate 298 September 13 Bola Ige Nigerian politician d 2001 299 Jimmy McLane American Olympic swimmer d 2020 300 September 16 Anne Francis American actress d 2011 301 September 17 Marie Therese Houphouet Boigny First Lady of Ivory Coast 302 David Huddleston American actor The Big Lebowski d 2016 303 Edgar Mitchell American astronaut d 2016 304 Thomas P Stafford American astronaut 305 September 20 Kenneth Mopeli Chief Minister of QwaQwa bantustan d 2014 306 September 23 Ray Charles African American singer musician and actor d 2004 307 September 24 John Young American astronaut d 2018 308 September 25 Shel Silverstein American author poet and humorist d 1999 309 September 26 Philip Bosco American actor d 2018 310 Fritz Wunderlich German tenor singer d 1966 311 September 29 Colin Dexter English detective fiction writer d 2017 312 Billy Strange American singer songwriter and guitarist d 2012 313 Richard Bonynge Australian pianist and conductor 314 October Edit Richard Harris Hafez al Assad Mobutu Sese Seko Michael Collins October 1 Richard Harris Irish actor singer d 2002 315 Philippe Noiret French actor d 2006 316 October 2 Dave Barrett Canadian politician d 2018 317 October 4 Andrej Marinc Slovenian politician 318 October 5 Pavel Popovich Soviet cosmonaut d 2009 319 Reinhard Selten German economist Nobel Prize laureate d 2016 320 October 6 Hafez al Assad President of Syria d 2000 321 Richie Benaud Australian cricketer and commentator d 2015 322 October 8 Tōru Takemitsu Japanese composer d 1996 323 October 10 Yves Chauvin Belgian born chemist Nobel Prize laureate d 2015 324 Harold Pinter English playwright Nobel Prize laureate d 2008 325 October 14 Schafik Handal Salvadoran politician d 2006 326 Mobutu Sese Seko President of Democratic Republic of the Congo d 1997 327 October 17 Robert Atkins American nutritionist d 2003 328 October 18 Frank Carlucci American politician d 2018 329 October 19 Ron Joyce Canadian businessman d 2019 330 Jody Lawrance American actress d 1986 331 October 20 Leila Seth Indian judge d 2017 332 October 24 Ahmad Shah of Pahang Yang di Pertuan Agong of Malaysia d 2019 333 The Big Bopper J P Richardson American singer d 1959 334 October 27 Francisca Aguirre Spanish poet d 2019 335 October 28 Bernie Ecclestone English motor racing tycoon 336 October 29 Omara Portuondo Cuban singer and dancer 337 Niki de Saint Phalle French artist d 2002 338 October 30 Clifford Brown American jazz trumpeter d 1956 339 Timothy Findley Canadian author d 2002 340 October 31 Michael Collins American astronaut 341 d 2021 November Edit Mildred Dresselhaus Ed White Bob Mathias November 5 Hans Mommsen German historian d 2015 342 November 6 Derrick Bell American law professor d 2011 343 November 11 Mildred Dresselhaus American scientist and educator d 2017 344 Mabandla Dlamini 3rd Prime Minister of Swaziland 345 Alevtina Kolchina Soviet Olympic cross country skier 346 November 13 Richard A Falk American academic 347 November 14 Monique Mercure Canadian actress d 2020 348 Janis Pujats Latvian cardinal Archbishop of Riga 349 Ed White American astronaut d 1967 350 November 15 J G Ballard English writer d 2009 351 November 16 Chinua Achebe Nigerian writer d 2013 352 Salvatore Riina Toto Italian multiple murderer d 2017 353 November 17 Bob Mathias American athlete d 2006 354 November 18 Jai Narain Prasad Nishad Indian politician d 2018 355 November 19 Christian Schwarz Schilling Austrian German politician and philanthropist 356 November 20 Choe Yong rim North Korean politician 357 November 22 Owen Garriott American astronaut d 2019 358 November 24 Inge Feltrinelli German Italian publisher photographer d 2018 359 November 26 Berthold Leibinger German engineer entrepreneur and philanthropist d 2018 360 November 29 David Goldblatt South African photographer d 2018 361 November 30 G Gordon Liddy American organizer of the Watergate burglaries d 2021 362 December Edit Jean Luc Godard Armin Mueller Stahl Odetta December 2 Gary Becker American economist Nobel Prize laureate d 2014 363 December 3 Jean Luc Godard French film director 364 December 4 Ronnie Corbett Scottish comedian d 2016 365 Jacqueline du Bief French figure skater citation needed December 6 Daniel Lisulo Prime Minister of Zambia d 2000 366 December 7 Christopher Nicole Guyanese born British writer 367 December 8 Maximilian Schell Swiss Austrian actor d 2014 368 December 9 Edoardo Sanguineti Italian writer d 2010 369 Buck Henry American actor screenwriter and director d 2020 370 December 11 Jean Louis Trintignant French actor and director 371 December 12 Silvio Santos Brazilian TV show host entrepreneur 372 December 15 Antonietta Meo Italian saint d 1937 373 Edna O Brien Irish writer 374 December 17 Armin Mueller Stahl Russian born German actor 375 December 19 Anca Giurchescu Romanian academic and ethnochoreologist d 2015 376 December 21 Adebayo Adedeji Nigerian UN official d 2018 377 Kalevi Sorsa Prime Minister of Finland d 2004 378 December 25 Salah Jahin Egyptian poet lyricist playwright and cartoonist d 1986 379 December 28 Mariam A Aleem Egyptian artist d 2010 380 December 30 Alvin Peterson Jamaican percussionist 381 Tu Youyou Chinese pharmaceutical chemist Nobel Prize laureate 382 December 31 Odetta American singer d 2008 383 Deaths EditJanuary June Edit Ahmad Shah Qajar Mabel Normand William Howard Taft Miguel Primo de Rivera Arthur Balfour Patriarch George V of Armenia Sir Arthur Conan Doyle January 8 Martha Tynaes Norwegian social worker and politician b 1870 384 January 9 Edward Bok American author b 1863 385 January 13 John Nathan Cobb American author naturalist conservationist fisheries researcher and educator b 1868 386 January 19 Frank Ramsey British philosopher mathematician and economist b 1903 387 January 22 Reginald Brett 2nd Viscount Esher British politician and courtier b 1852 388 January 24 Rebecca Latimer Felton American writer lecturer reformer and politician b 1835 389 January 27 Dewa Shigetō Japanese admiral b 1856 390 January 28 Emmy Destinn Czech operatic soprano b 1878 391 February 3 Michele Bianchi Italian fascist leader b 1883 392 Poseidon Australian racehorse b 1903 February 14 Sir Thomas MacKenzie New Zealand politician explorer 18th Prime Minister of New Zealand and High Commissioner b 1854 393 February 15 Giulio Douhet Italian general air power theorist b 1869 394 February 21 Ahmad Shah Qajar Shah of Persia b 1898 395 February 23 Mabel Normand American actress b 1892 396 Horst Wessel Nazi ideologue composer b 1907 397 February 26 Mary Whiton Calkins American philosopher and psychologist b 1863 398 Rafael Merry del Val British born Spanish Roman Catholic cardinal and Servant of God b 1865 399 February 28 Sir Perceval Maitland Laurence British classical scholar South African judge and a benefactor of the University of Cambridge b 1854 400 March 2 D H Lawrence British writer Lady Chatterley s Lover b 1885 401 March 6 Alfred von Tirpitz German politician admiral b 1848 402 March 8 William Howard Taft 27th President of the United States 10th Chief Justice of the United States b 1857 403 March 12 William George Barker Canadian pilot b 1894 404 March 13 Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman American author b 1852 405 March 16 Miguel Primo de Rivera Spanish military officer Prime Minister of Spain b 1870 406 March 19 Arthur Balfour British politician and statesman 48th Prime Minister of the United Kingdom b 1848 407 March 24 Eugeen Van Mieghem Belgian painter b 1875 408 March 27 Sister Christine German born Hindu teacher 409 March 30 Shyamji Krishna Varma Indian lawyer journalist and revolutionary b 1857 410 April 1 Cosima Wagner wife and inspiration of Richard Wagner b 1837 411 April 2 Empress Zewditu of Ethiopia b 1876 412 April 3 Dame Emma Albani Canadian operatic soprano b 1847 413 April 4 Victoria of Baden Queen consort of Sweden b 1862 414 April 6 Dimitrije Serbian Patriarch b 1846 415 April 9 Rose Caron French operatic soprano b 1857 416 April 14 Vladimir Mayakovsky Russian poet b 1893 417 April 16 Linda Richards American nurse b 1841 418 April 21 Robert Bridges British poet b 1844 419 April 22 Jeppe Aakjaer Danish poet novelist b 1866 420 May 8 Patriarch George V of Armenia b 1847 citation needed May 13 Fridtjof Nansen Norwegian explorer recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize b 1861 421 May 17 Herbert Croly American political author b 1869 422 May 25 Randall Davidson English clergyman Archbishop of Canterbury b 1848 423 Archduke Rainer of Austria b 1895 424 June 5 Sophie Holten Danish painter b 1858 425 426 Eric Lemming Swedish athlete b 1880 427 Pascin Bulgarian painter b 1885 428 June 10 Adolf von Harnack German Lutheran theologian and church historian b 1851 429 June 13 Sir Henry Segrave British racer land and water speed record holder b 1896 430 June 16 Anna Whitlock Swedish suffragist b 1852 431 July December Edit Joseph Ward Juan Luis Sanfuentes Alfred Wegener Vintilă Brătianu Luigi Facta Mary Harris Jones Mother Jones July 7 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle British fiction writer Sherlock Holmes b 1859 432 July 8 Sir Joseph Ward 17th Prime Minister of New Zealand b 1856 433 July 11 Masataka Ogawa Japanese chemist b 1865 434 July 15 Leopold Auer Hungarian violinist b 1845 435 Rudolph Schildkraut Ottoman born Austrian actor b 1862 436 July 16 Juan Luis Sanfuentes 16th President of Chile b 1858 437 July 19 Sir Robert Stout 2 time Prime Minister of New Zealand b 1844 438 Oku Yasukata Japanese field marshal leading figure in the early Imperial Japanese Army b 1847 439 July 23 Glenn Curtiss American aviation pioneer b 1878 440 July 26 Pavlos Karolidis Greek historian b 1849 441 July 28 Allvar Gullstrand Swedish ophthalmologist recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine b 1862 442 August 4 Siegfried Wagner German composer and conductor son of Richard Wagner born 1869 443 August 11 Edward Angle American dentist b 1855 444 August 12 Sir Horace Smith Dorrien English general b 1858 445 August 15 Florian Cajori Swiss born historian of mathematics b 1859 446 August 21 Sir Aston Webb British architect b 1849 447 August 24 Tom Norman British freak showman b 1860 448 August 26 Lon Chaney American actor b 1883 449 August 29 William Archibald Spooner British scholar Anglican priest b 1844 450 September 1 Peeter Pold Estonian pedagogical scientist politician b 1878 451 September 10 Aubrey Faulkner South African cricketer b 1881 452 September 18 Ruth Alexander pioneering American pilot b 1905 453 September 20 Gombojab Tsybikov Russian explorer b 1873 September 28 Daniel Guggenheim American mining magnate and philanthropist b 1856 454 Prince Leopold of Bavaria German prince and field marshal b 1846 September 30 Albert W Grant American admiral b 1856 October 2 Gordon Stewart Northcott American serial killer executed b 1906 455 October 4 Olena Pchilka Ukrainian writer translator and publisher b 1849 456 October 10 Adolf Engler German botanist b 1844 457 October 15 Herbert Dow Canadian born chemical industrialist b 1866 458 October 16 James Surtees Phillpotts English writer and educator b 1839 459 October 20 Valeriano Weyler 1st Duke of Rubi Spanish general b 1838 460 October 26 Harry Payne Whitney American horse breeder and businessman b 1872 461 October 27 Ellen Hayes American mathematician and astronomer b 1851 462 October 28 Mary Harrison McKee de facto First Lady of the United States b 1858 463 October 30 Sakichi Toyoda Japanese inventor industrialist b 1867 464 November Alfred Wegener German geophysicist meteorologist b 1880 465 November 3 Nikolai Alexandrov Soviet actor and director b 1870 466 November 4 Akiyama Yoshifuru Japanese general b 1859 467 November 5 Christiaan Eijkman Dutch physician 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