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Tuesday, April 24, 2018.



Birthdays


1538 Gugliemo Gonzaga, composer
1576 Sab Vicente de Pa£l
1594 Benedikt Lechler, composer
1620 John Graunt, statistician, founds the science of demography
1620 John Graunt, statistician, founds the science of demography
1620 John Graunt, statistician, founder of science of demography
1660 Cornelis Dusart, Dutch painter/engraver
1670 Christian Ludwig Boxberg, composer
1706 Giovanni Battista Martini, composer
1721 Johann Philipp Kirnberger, German composer, baptised
1742 Roman Hoffstetter, composer
1743 Edmund Cartwright, England, cleric, inventor (power loom)
1750 S.A.J. L'Huillier --1840
1750 S.A.J. L'Huillier --1840
1750 S.A.J. L'Huillier --1840
1750 S.A.J. L'Huillier --1840
1750 Simon-Antoine-Jean Lhuillier, Swiss mathematician
1750 S.A.J. L'Huillier --1840
1766 Robert Bailey Thomas, founder (Farmer's Almanac)
1769 Arthur Wellesley, General/Duke of Wellington
1773 Harman W Muntinghe, lawyer/Dutch colonial director
1791 Nikolaj A Bestuzhev, Russia, writer/painter (Account about Holland)
1796 K L Immermann, writer
1804 Thomas Oliver Selfridge, Comm (Union Navy)
1807 Charles Ferguson Smith, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1862
1814 Angela Burdett-Coutts, philanthropist extrordinaire
1814 Vincente F L¢pez, Argentina historian (La Novia del Hereje)
1815 Anthony Trollope, England, novelist (Barchester Towers)
1815 Anthony Trollope, England, novelist (Barchester Towers)
1815 Anthony Trollope, England, novelist/poet (Barchester Towers)
1815 James Edward Harrison, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1875
1822 Erastus Barnard Tyler, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)
1824 Fournier, Swiss/French postage stamp forger
1828 Robert Brank Vance, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1899
1829 George Peabody Estey, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1881
1836 Jeltje de Bosch Kemper, Dutch feminist
1837 Friedrich von Holstein, German diplomat (die graue Eminenz)
1845 Carl Spitteler, Switz, poet (Prometheus & Epimetheus; Nobel 1919)
1849 Joseph S Galli‚ni, general (Battle of Marne)/milt governor (Paris)
1851 Eduardo Acevedo D¡az, Uruguaian writer (Ismael, Grito de Gloria)
1856 Henri POBJ P‚tain, French marshal (Verdun/Vichy regime)
1864 George AA Alting van Geusau, dir-gen (PTT)/Dutch Min of War (1918-20)
1867 Fannie Thomas, became oldest known American (113 y 273 d at death)
1873 Theodor K”rner von Siegringen, Austrian general/president
1874 John Russell Pope, US, architect (Jefferson Memorial)
1874 Willem E Roelofs, Dutch painter/cartoonist
1875 Jeno Huszka, composer
1877 Charles Cuvillier, composer
1883 Jaroslav Hasek, Czech writer (Brave soldier Schweik) [or April 30]
1886 Kurt Pinthus, writer
1886 R Pelgrom, oldest Dutch man (died Apr 15, 1994, 9 days short of 108)
1889 [Richard] Stafford Cripps, Engl min of Plane-manufacturing (1942-45)
1892 Jack Hulbert, Ely England, actor (Into the Blue, Bulldog Jack)
1893 Robert Harron, NYC, actor (Birth of a Nation, Intolerance)
1895 S Constantine Timoshenko, Russian marshal/people's commissioner
1897 Benjamin Lee Whorf, linguist (or 1797)
1897 Gyorgy Kosa, composer
1899 O. Zariski --1986
1899 O. Zariski --1986
1899 O. Zariski --1986
1899 O. Zariski --1986
1899 O. Zariski --1986
1903 Jos‚ A Primo de Rivera y Sa‚nz de Heredia, founder (Spanish Falange)
1903 Mike Michalske, NFL guard (NY Yankees, Green Bay Packers)
1903 Siegfried F Nadel, Austrian/British anthropologist (Black Byzantium)
1904 Friedrich Siemens, German industrialist (Siemens), dies
1904 Willem De Kooning, Rotterdam Netherland, artist (North Atlantic Light)
1905 Robert Penn Warren, 1st US poet laureate (All the King's Men)
1907 Vaclav Trojan, composer
1908 Heddy Bouber, [Hermanus G Blom], actor (Bluejackets)
1909 Bernhard Grzimek, zoologist (West Germany)
1909 Irven Spence, animator
1911 Jack E Leonard, Chicago Ill, comedian (Disorderly Orderly)
1911 Karl O Schiller, German economist (Minister of Economics)
1911 Robert Joseph Kane, Ithaca NY, Pres of US Olympic Comm (1976)
1911 Sigursveinn David Kristinsson, composer
1914 Bernard Caulfield, judge
1914 Justin Wilson, cajun chef (Wise Potato Chips)
1914 Ruth White, Perth Amboy NJ, actress (Up the Down Staircase)
1916 Stanley Kauffmann, NYC, playwright (Red Handkerchief Man)
1917 Len Creed, bookmaker
1921 Laci Boldemann, composer
1922 J D Cannon, Salmon Idaho, actor (McCloud, Ike, Call to Glory)
1924 Marilyn Erskine, Rochester NY, actor (Fran-Tom Ewell Show)
1924 Yehoshua Lakner, composer
1927 Josy Barthel, Luxembourg, 1500m runner (Olympic-gold-1952)
1927 Pasqualino de Santis, cinematographer
1927 Patrick Bowles, writer/translator
1928 Gustav Krivinka, composer
1929 Ferit Tuzun, composer
1930 Conn Findlay, Stockton Calif, coxswain (Oly-2 gold/bronze-56, 64, 76)
1931 Bridget Riley, British painter (op-art)
1932 Coen[rad] Flink, Dutch actor (Pastorale 1943, Havinck, Honneponnetje)
1933 Freddie Scott, US songwriter/singer (Cry to Me)
1934 Shirley MacLaine
1934 Shirley MacLaine
1934 Shirley MacLaine
1934 Shirley MacLaine
1934 Shirley MacLaine
1934 John Barbour, Toronto, TV host (Real People)
1934 Shirley MacLaine, Richmond Va, actress/mystic (Irma la Douce)
1935 Louis Keith, Chicago, physician (expert on multiple-births)
1936 Jill Ireland
1936 Jill Ireland
1936 Jill Ireland
1936 Jill Ireland
1936 Jill Ireland
1936 Jill Ireland, London, actress (Breakout, Assassination, Chino)
1940 David Larter, cricketer (two-metre tall England pace bowler)
1941 John Williams, Melbourne Australia, guitarist (Acad Award)
1942 Barbra Streisand, profile
1942 Barbra Streisand, profile
1942 Barbra Streisand, Bkln NY, singer/actress/award winner (People)
1942 Richard M Daley, (mayor-D-Chicago)
1942 Valeri Abramovich Voloshin, Russian cosmonaut
1943 Richard Sterban, Camden NJ, country singer (Oak Ridge Boys-Elvira)
1944 [Bernard] St Clair Lee [Calhoun], US singer (Rock the Boat)
1945 Doug Clifford
1945 Doug Clifford
1945 Doug Clifford
1945 Doug Clifford
1945 Doug Clifford
1945 Doug Clifford, rock drummer (Creedence Clearwater Revival-Proud Mary)
1945 Eugene O'Brien, composer
1945 Robert Knight, rocker
1945 Stu Cook, rocker
1946 Bruce Stuart Saylor, composer
1947 Glenn Cornick, rock bassist (Jethro Tull-Thick as a Brick)
1947 Hubert Ann Kelly, US singer (Hues Corporation/Rock the boat)
1948 Benzion Freshwater, English multi-millionaire
1948 Eddie James Hart, Martinez Cal, 4x100m relay runner (Olympic-gold-72)
1951 Andrew John Fairclough, trade union educator
1953 Eric Bogosian, Woburn MA, actor (Talk Radio)
1953 John P Hiler, (Rep-R-IN, 1981- )
1953 Porter Carroll Jr, drummer (Atlantic Star-Touch a 4 Leaf Clover)
1954 Captain Sensible, [Ray Burns], UK, rock bassist (Women & Capts 1st)
1954 Jack Blades, rock bassist (Damn Yankees-Coming of Age, Night Ranger)
1954 Vince Ferragamo, NFL/CFL quarterback (LA Rams, Montr‚al Alouettes)
1955 Jack Kingston, (Rep-R-Georgia)
1955 Michael O'Keefe, NJ, actor (Caddyshack, Ironweed, Slugger's Wife)
1957 Boris Williams, The Cure
1957 Boris Williams, The Cure
1957 Boris Williams, The Cure
1957 Boris Williams, The Cure
1957 Boris Williams, The Cure
1957 Tricia Lange, Hollywood Calif, playmate (June, 1984)
1958 Fernando Luna, Spain, tennis star
1959 Yvonne D Cagle, West Point NY, MD/astronaut
1960 Paula Yates, London England, Mrs Bob Geldof/rocker/writer (Blondes)
1960 ?, weatherman (WNYW TV NYC)
1963 Billy Gould, LA Calif, rock bassist (Faith No More)
1963 Joey Vera, heavy metal rocker (Armored Saint-Aftermath)
1965 Mike Blowers, Wurlzburg Germany, infielder (NY Yankees, LA Dodgers)
1966 Margashayam Venkataramana, cricketer (Indian off-spinner 1989)
1966 Pascale Paradis-Mangon, France, tennis star
1966 Theo Adams, WLAF tackle (Frankfurt Galaxy)
1967 Dino Radja, NBA forward (Boston Celtics)
1967 Leslie M Marx, Ft Belvoir Va, fencer-epee (Olympics-96)
1967 Pam[ela] Bustin, Somerset Mass, field hockey defender (Olympics-96)
1968 Aaron Comes, rocker (Spin Doctors)
1968 Mark Vanderloo, Waddenveen Neth, model
1968 Todd Jones, Marietta GA, pitcher (Houston Astros)
1968 Tracy Gravely, CFL linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)
1970 Damien Fleming, Aust cricket pace bowler (hat-trick on Test debut)
1970 Emanuela Zardo, Switzerland, tennis star
1971 Jeff Brohm, quarterback (San Francisco 49ers)
1971 Ken Klee, Indianapolis, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)
1971 Kumara Dharmasena, cricketer (Sri Lankan off-spinner)
1971 Phil Rogers, Adelaide SA Aust, 100m breaststroker (Oly-bronze-92, 96)
1972 Chipper Jones
1972 Chipper Jones
1972 Chipper Jones
1972 Chipper Jones
1972 Chipper Jones
1972 Chipper Jones, Deland FL, infielder (Atlanta Braves)
1972 Jamie Brown, NFL tackle (Denver Broncos-Superbowl 32)
1972 Nicolas Gill, Montreal Quebec, 86kg judoka (Olympics-bronze-92, 96)
1973 Eric Snow, NBA guard (Phila 76ers, Seattle Supersonics)
1973 Jamie Brown, NFL tackle (Denver Broncos)
1973 Mark Babic, Australian soccer defender (Olyroos, Olympics-96)
1973 Melissa Short, Kaaawa Hawaii, Miss America (Hawaii-Top 10-1997)
1973 Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar, cricketer (prodigy at 16, Indian capt at 23)
1973 Ville Peltonen, hockey forward (Team Finland Oly-Bronze-1998)
1974 Jared Tomich, defensive end (New Orleans Saints)
1974 Marc Collins, NFL punter (Seattle Seahawks)
1974 Toine Rorije, soccer player (Go Ahead Eagles)
1975 Justin Boocock, Launceston Australia, canoeist (Olympics-96)
1975 Michael Stewart, NBA center (Sacramento Kings)
1976 Shane McDermott, actor (Garrett Booth-Swan's Crossing)
1976 Sonya Jeyaseelan, Newestminster BC, tennis star (1995 Futures Fla)
1977 Ryan Mitchell, Port Augusta SA Australia, swimmer (Olympics-96)
1988 Michael Tylo, son of US actor/actress Michael Tylo/Deborah Hunter
1992 Sean Rademaker, actor (Kirkland Harrison-Another World)

Events


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858 Nicolaas I succeeds Benedict III as pope
1061 Halley's Comet sparks English monk to predict country'll be destroyed
1185 Battle at Danoura: Yoshitsune Minamoto's fleet beats imperial fleet
1288 Jews of Yroyes France are accused of ritual murder
1311 Gen Malik Kafur returns to Delhi after campaign in South India
1364 Pope Urbabus V names John V van Virneburg as bishop of Utrecht
1524 Duke of Bourbon drives admiral Bonnivet out of Milan
1547 Battle of Mhlberg: Emperor Karel V vs ruler Johan F the Brave
1558 Queen Mary Stuart of Scotland marries French crown prince Fran‡ois
1570 Battles between Spanish troops & followers of sultan Suleiman
1596 Pacificatie of Ireland drawn
1704 "Boston News-Letter," 1st successful newspaper in US, forms
1762 Russia & Prussia signs peace treaty
1792 "La Marseillaise" composed by Claude-Joseph Rouget de Lisle
1800 Library of Congress is founded with a $5000 allocation.
1800 Library of Congress is founded with a $5000 allocation.
1800 Library of Congress establishes with $5,000 allocation
1801 1st performance of Joseph Haydn's oratorio "Die Jahreszeiten"
1823 EugŠne Scribes "Le Menteur V‚ridique," premieres in Paris
1833 Jacob Evert & George Dulty patent soda fountain
1833 Patent granted for 1st soda fountain
1854 Austria's Franz Joseph I marries Elisabeth A E "Sissi"
1863 Skirmish at Okolona/Birmingham, Mississippi (Grierson's Raid)
1865 SF Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph system put into operation.
1865 SF Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph system put into operation.
1865 Fire alarm & police telegraph system put into operation (SF)
1867 Black demonstrators stage ride-ins on Richmond Va streetcars
1871 Opera "Aida" is produced (Cairo)
1872 Volcano Vesuvius erupts
1877 Last federal occupying troops withdraw from south (New Orleans)
1877 Russia declares war on Turkey through Romania
1880 Amateur Athletic Association, governing body for men's athletics in England & Wales, is founded in Oxford, England
1883 28 Surinamers depart to Amsterdam World's Fair
1884 National Medical Association of Black physicians organizes (Atlanta)
1888 Eastman Kodak forms
1891 Start of Sherlock Holmes adventure "Final Problem"
1894 French cyclist Henri Desgrange rides 100km in world record 2:39:18
1894 Phillies Lave Cross hits for cycle vs Bkln Dodgers
1895 Joshua Slocum completes around-the-world voyage in 11-m boat
1897 1st reporter, William Price (Wash Star), assigned to White House
1898 Spain declares war on US rejecting ultimatum to withdraw from Cuba
1898 US fleet under commodore Dewey sails from Hong Kong to Philippines
1899 Transvaal British Uitlanders ask Queen Victoria for aid
1900 Passing of Andrew Halliday, cable car pioneer
1901 1st AL game, Chic beats Cleve Blues 8-2, 3 other games rained out
1905 1st-class Cricket debut of Jack Hobbs, Surrey v Gentlemen (18 & 28)
1905 Senators execute a triple-play & beat Yankees 4-3
1908 Mr & Mrs Jacob Murdock become 1st to travel across US by car, they leave LA in a Packard & arrive in NYC in 32d-5h-25m
1909 Harry Hillman & Lawson Robertson run 100m 3-legged race in 11 seconds
1910 German Catholic youth movement Quickborn forms
1915 German army fires chloroform gas in Ieper
1915 Massacre of Armenians by Turks starts (Armenian Martyrs Day)
1915 Pitts' Frank Allen no-hits St Louis (Federal League), 2-0
1916 Easter rebellion of Irish against British occupation begins
1917 Yankee lefty George Mogridge no-hits Red Sox 2-1 at Fenway
1920 British Mandate over Palestine goes into effect (lasts 28 years)
1920 Polish troops attack Ukraine
1921 1st municipal elections for men & women in Belgium
1923 Colonel Jacob Schick patents Schick shavers
1923 General harbor strike begins in NYC
1925 88øF highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in April
1928 Fathometer, which measures underwater depth, patented
1929 1st non-stop England to India flight takes-off
1929 Thorvald Stauning becomes premier of Denmark
1932 German national election (NSDAP 36.3% in Prussia)
1933 1st major league to get 4 consecutive doubles in 9 inn (Dick Bartell)
1934 Wind gusts reach 372 kph at Mt Washington, NH
1934 Wind gusts reach 372 kph at Mt Washington, NH
1938 Lindenheuvel soccer team forms
1941 British army begins evacuation of Greece
1941 Dutch Prince Bernhard becomes an RAF pilot
1942 Luftwaffe bombs Exeter
1944 1st Boeing B-29 arrives in China "over the Hump"
1944 RAF bombs Munich
1944 United Negro College Fund incorporates
1945 Albert B "Happy" Chandler is named 2nd baseball commissioner
1945 Delegates of 46 countries gather in SF (to discuss UN)
1946 11 players Tinker, Evers, Chance, Burkett, McCarthy, Waddell, Plank, Walsh, Chesbro, Griffith, & McGinnity are named to Hall of Fame
1949 3rd Tony Awards: Death of a Salesman & Kiss Me Kate win
1950 "Peter Pan" opens at Imperial Theater NYC for 320 performances
1950 Independent republic of South Molukkas declared
1950 Pres Truman denies there are communists in US govt
1951 Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Sacramento Women's Golf Invitational Open
1953 Winston Churchill is knighted by Queen Elizabeth II
1953 Winston Churchill is knighted by Queen Elizabeth II
1953 Winston Churchill knighted by Queen Elizabeth II
1954 1st American, civilian pilot, P.R. Holden, wounded in Indochina
1954 Australia & USSR break diplomatic relations
1954 WSEE TV channel 35 in Erie, PA (CBS) begins broadcasting
1955 Conference of Bandung against colonialism/for self determination, ends
1955 Gaullists lose elections in France
1955 KFDM TV channel 6 in Beaumont, TX (CBS) begins broadcasting
1955 KMAU (now KGMV) TV channel 3 in Wailuku, HI (CBS) begins broadcasting
1956 AL ump Frank Umont is 1st to wear glasses in a regular season game
1957 Chic Cub pitchers walk NL record 9 Reds in 5th inning
1958 Lee Walls hits 3 HRS, as Cubs beat Dodgers 15-2
1959 Neth Dance Theater opens (Rudi of Dantzig & Cut Flier)
1959 WICD TV channel 15 in Champaign, IL (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting
1960 14th Tony Awards: Miracle Worker & Fiorello! win
1960 Heavy earthquake strikes South Persia, 500 killed
1960 Louise Suggs wins LPGA Civitan Golf Open
1960 Record 4 grand slams hit today
1961 JFK accepts "sole responsibility" following Bay of Pigs
1961 Vasa, which sunk on her maiden voyage in 1628, is raised
1962 MIT sends TV signal by satellite for first time: CA to MA
1962 MIT sends TV signal by satellite for first time: CA to MA
1962 1st Lockheed A-12 is taxi tested
1962 MIT sends TV signal by satellite for 1st time: CA to MA
1962 Sandy Koufax's 2nd 18-strikeout game
1963 17th NBA Championship: Boston Celtics beat LA Lakers, 4 games to 2
1963 English princess Alexandra marries sir Angus Ogilvy
1963 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1965 "Comedy in Music-Opus 2" closes at John Golden NYC after 192 perfs
1965 Military coup under Donald Reid Cabral in Dominican Republic
1965 NY Met Casey Stengel wins his 3,000 game as manager
1966 Atlanta Braves win NL-record 18 straight home games (17 in Milwaukee)
1966 Carol Mann wins LPGA Peach Blossom Golf Invitational
1967 21st NBA Championship: Phila 76ers beat SF Warriors, 4 games to 2
1968 ABC Masters Bowling Tournament won by Pete Tountas
1968 Leftist students take over Columbia University, NYC
1968 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1969 Gen Lin Piao succeeds Mao, is seriously wounded
1969 Lebanese army in battle with Palestinians
1969 Paul McCartney says their is no truth to rumors he is dead
1969 US B-52's drop 3,000 ton bombs at Cambodian boundary
1970 China launchs first satellite, transmitting song "East is Red".
1970 China launchs first satellite, transmitting song "East is Red".
1970 China PR launches its 1st satellite transmitting song "East is Red"
1970 Gambia becomes a republic within Commonwealth
1970 Senegal adopts constitution
1971 "Frank Merriwell" opens/closes at Longacre Theater NYC for 1 perf
1971 Soyuz 10 returns to Earth
1974 Dutch women hockey team becomes world champion
1974 NFL grants franchise to Tampa Bay Bucaneers
1975 Penguins 1-Isles 4-Quarterfinals-series tied at 3-3
1975 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1977 Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA American Defender Golf Tournament
1978 Angels Nolan Ryan strikes out 15 Mariners, 20th time he has 15 in game
1979 Rhodesian bishop Muzorewa wins general election
1980 US military operation to save 52 hostages in Iran, fails, 8 die
1981 Bill Shoemaker wins his 8,000th race, 2000 more than any other jockey
1981 IBM-PC computer introduced
1981 San Antonio blocks 20 Golden State shots to set NBA reg game record
1981 US ends grain embargo against USSR
1982 150 Khomeini followers assault student dormitory in West Germany
1982 Cards win 12th game in a row; 7-4 over Phillies
1982 Firestone World Bowling Tournament of Champions won by Mike Durbin
1983 "Show Boat" opens at Uris Theater NYC for 73 performances
1983 Austrian socialist party loses parliamentary election
1983 Hollis Stacy wins LPGA S&H Golf Classic
1984 Oiler's Wayne Gretzky is 3rd to score on a Stanley Cup penalty shot
1985 Pulitzer prize awarded to Carolyn Lizer for "Yin"
1987 Howard Stern holds a free speech rally at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza NYC
1988 Rosie Jones wins LPGA USX Golf Classic
1989 10s of thousands of students strikes in Beijing China
1989 Massachusetts declares today "New Kids on the Block Day"
1990 Hubble Space Telescope is put into orbit by shuttle Discovery.
1990 Hubble Space Telescope is put into orbit by shuttle Discovery.
1990 Brian Friel's "Dancing at Lughnasa," premieres in Dublin
1990 Security law violator Michael Milken pleads guilty to 6 felonies
1990 US 66th manned space mission STS 31 (Discovery 10) launches into orbit
1990 West & East Germany agree to merge currency & economies on July 1st
1991 26th Academy of Country Music Awards: Garth Brooks
1992 "Man of La Mancha" opens at Marquis Theater NYC for 108 performances
1992 David Bowie marries model Iman in Switzerland
1992 George Steinbrenner drops his suits against baseball
1992 Vinson Pike fined œ1000 for distributing obscene computer pictures
1993 1000 kg heavy IRA car bomb explodes in London, killing 1
1993 ABC news analyst Jeff Greenfield weds Karen Gannett
1993 Firestone World Bowling Tournament of Champions won by George Branham
1994 "Broken Glass" opens at Booth Theater NYC for 73 performances
1994 "Flowering Peach" closes at Lyceum Theater NYC after 41 performances
1994 Actress Kelly Preston (26) weds actor Lou Diamond Phillips (32)
1994 Armando Calder¢n Sol wins El Salvador presidential election
1994 Bomb attack in center of Johannesburg, 9 killed
1994 David Robinson scores ties 7th highest total in the NBA - 71
1994 NY Rangers sweep NY Islanders in NHL playoffs
1995 Court orders Darryl Strawberry to pay back $350,000 in taxes
1995 Dow Jones Index hits record 4303.98
1995 Package bomb, linked to Unabomber, blows up killing Gilbert B Murray
1996 "Jack-Night on Town with John Barrymore" opens at Belasco for 12 perf
1996 31st Academy of Country Music Awards: Shania Twain
1996 Highest scoring baseball game in 17 years - Twins 24, Tigers 11
1997 Bjork awarded Knights Cross medal of honour by the President of Iceland
1997 Bjork awarded Knights Cross medal of honour by the President of Iceland
1997 Bjork awarded Knights Cross medal of honour by the President of Iceland
1997 Bjork awarded Knights Cross medal of honour by the President of Iceland
1997 Bjork awarded Knights Cross medal of honour by the President of Iceland
1997 "Steel Peer," opens at Richard Rodgers Theater NYC for 76 performances

That's All....

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