Popular Birth On Mar 26

603 – Pacal II ruler of the Maya polity of Palenque

1949 – Patrick Sskind, German writer

1911 – T. Hee, American animator (d. 1988)

1554 – Charles of Lorraine, Duke of Mayenne, French military leader (d. 1611)

1950 – Martin Short, Hamilton Ontario, comedian (SNL, SCTV, 3 Amigos)

1950 – Ronnie McDowell, Fountain Head Tn, country singer (King is Gone)

1671 – Giacomo Cesare Predieri, composer

1684 – Johann Graf, composer

1698 – Vclav Prokop Divi, Czech theologian and natural scientist (d. 1765)

1717 – Manuel Jeronimo Romero de Avila, composer

1916 – Sterling Hayden, NJ, actor (Dr Strangelove, Asphalt Jungle, Cobra)

1952 – Didier Pironi, French Formula One driver (d. 1987)

1917 – Jean Graham Hall, circuit court judge (England)

1953 – Tatyana Providokhina, Russian 1K runner (world record)

1783 – Johann Baptist Weigl, composer

1953 – Lincoln Chafee, American Senator from Rhode Island

1806 – Josef Slavik, composer

1954 – Curtis Sliwa, founder (Guardian Angels)/radio personality (WABC)

1817 – Herman Haupt, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1905

1921 – Peter Horsley, CEO (Osprey Aviation)

1922 – William Milliken, actor (Drive-in)

1821 – Earnest Angel, German statistician (Law of Angel)

1923 – Bob Elliot, Boston Mass, comedian (Bob & Ray, Get a Life)

1830 – Eliza Laurillard, Dutch vicar/poet/writer

1830 – John Rogers Thomas, composer

1833 – Betsy Perk, [Christina E], Dutch journalist/writer/feminist

1923 – Bob Elliott, American comedian

1840 – George Smith, London England, assyriologist (cuneiform (script))

1925 – Lord Graham of Edmonton, House of Lords (chief opposition whip)

1925 – Lord Hooson QC, crown court recorder

1856 – David Alfred Thomas, Glamorganshire UK, 1st Viscount Rhondda

1859 – A[lfred] E[dward] Housman, England, poet (Shropshire Lad)

1859 – Nikolay Alexandrovich Sokolov, composer

1927 – Jonathan Tod, Vice-Admiral (England)

1961 – William Hague, Secretary of State for Wales

1868 – Fuad I, king of Egypt (1922-36)

1929 – Edwin Turney, American businessman

1930 – Cristobal Halffter, composer

1930 – Gregory Corso, beat poet (Happy Birthday of Death, Long Live Man)

1930 – Sandra Day O’Connor, Texas, 1st woman Supreme Court Justice (1981- )

1963 – Paul de Leeuw, Dutch TV host (Cry of the Lion)

1875 – Syngman Rhee, pres of South Korea (1948-60) [or Apr 26]

1934 – Alan Arkin, NYC, actor (Catch 22, In-Laws, Simon, Wait Until Dark)

1879 – Othmar Ammann, Swiss bridge engineer (d. 1965)

1880 – Duncan Hines, US, restaurant guide writer (Out of Kentucky Kitchens)

1935 – Earl of Kinnoull

1935 – Mahmoud Abbas, President of the Palestine National Authority

1885 – Julius Harrison, composer

1936 – Fred Paris, rocker (Five Satins)

1886 – Hugh Mulzac, America military officer (d. 1971)

1937 – Lord Chetwode

1937 – Wayne Embry, holder of 7 basketball records (Miami of Ohio)

1890 – Jozef Arras, Flemish writer

1893 – Palmiro Togliatti, founder (Communist Party of Italy)

1939 – James Caan, Bronx NY, actor (Brian’s Song, Killer Elite, Godfather)

1894 – Viorica Ursuleac, Romanian soprano (d. 1985)

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1939 – Stuart Sutherland, Professor Emeritus (Sussex U)

1940 – Bill Ind, Bishop-designate (Truro)

1940 – Braulio Baeza, jockey (National Horse Racing Hall of Famer)

1898 – Charles Shadwell, English conductor and bandleader (d. 1979)

1899 – James B Connant, chemist/college president (Yale)

1940 – Servaes [J S] Huys, Dutch MP (PvdA)

1969 – Beth Howell, Clinton Mississippi, Miss Mississippi-America (1991)

1941 – Bob Plager, hockey player/twin brother of hockey’s Barclay Plager

1941 – Richard Dawkins, British evolutionary biologist

1941 – Yvon Marcoux, Quebec politician

1970 – Paul Bosvelt, soccer player (Go Ahead Eagles/FC Twente)

1904 – Xenophon Zolotas, Greek economist, Prime Minister of Greece (d. 2004)

1905 – Pablo Garrido, composer

1905 – Viktor Emil Frankl, pyschiatrist (Man’s Search for Meaning)

1945 – Mikhail Voronin, USSR, horse vault gymnist (Olympic-gold-1968)

1907 – Leigh Harline, composer

1946 – Alain Madelin, French politician

1972 – Naoko Kijimuta, Yokohama Kanagawa Japan, tennis star (1996 Jakarta)

1908 – Hank Sylvern, Bkln NY, orch leader (Jane Froman’s USA Canteen)

1908 – Hilda Krahwinkel Sperling, Essen Germany, tennis star (French 1935)

1908 – Kenneth Mellanby, entomologist

1908 – Robert William Paine, architect

1949 – Baroness Hayman

1973 – T.R. Knight, American actor

1026 – Pope John XIX crowns Conrad II as Holy Roman Emperor.

1484 – William Caxton prints his translation of Aesop’s Fables.

1552 – Guru Amar Das becomes the Third Sikh Guru.

1636 – Utrecht University is founded in the Netherlands.

1808 – Charles IV of Spain abdicates in favor of his son, Ferdinand VII.

1812 – An earthquake destroys Caracas, Venezuela.

1830 – The Book of Mormon is published in Palmyra, New York.

1839 – The first Henley Royal Regatta is held.

1881 – Thessaly is freed and becomes part of Greece again.

1913 – Balkan War: Bulgarian forces invade Adrianople.

1917 – World War I: First Battle of Gaza – British troops are halted after 17,000 Turks block their advance.

1934 – The driving test is introduced in the United Kingdom.

1942 – World War II: In Poland, the first female prisoners arrive at Auschwitz.

1958 – The United States Army launches Explorer 3.

1958 – The African Regroupment Party is launched at a meeting in Paris.

1967 – Ten thousand people gather for one of many Central Park be-ins in New York City

1971 – East Pakistan declares its independence from Pakistan to form People’s Republic of Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Liberation War begins.

1974 – Gaura Devi leads a group of 27 women of Laata village, Henwalghati, Garhwal Himalayas, to form circles around trees to stop them being felled and giving rise to the Chipko Movement in India.

1975 – The Biological Weapons Convention comes into force.

1976 – Queen Elizabeth II sends the first royal email, from the Royal Signals and Radar Establishment.

1979 – Anwar al-Sadat, Menachem Begin and Jimmy Carter sign the Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty in Washington, D.C..

1982 – A groundbreaking ceremony for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is held in Washington, D.C..

1991 – Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay sign the Treaty of Asuncin, establishing Mercosur, the South Common Market.

1995 – The Schengen Treaty comes into effect.

1997 – Thirty-nine bodies are found in the Heaven’s Gate cult suicides.

1998 – Oued Bouaicha massacre in Algeria: 52 people are killed with axes and knives, 32 of them babies under the age of 2.

1999 – The “Melissa worm” infects Microsoft word processing and e-mail systems around the world.

1999 – A jury in Michigan finds Dr. Jack Kevorkian guilty of second-degree murder for administering a lethal injection to a terminally ill man.

2005 – The Taiwanese government calls on 1 million Taiwanese to demonstrate in Taipei, in opposition to the Anti-Secession Law of the People’s Republic of China. Around 200,000 to 300,000 attend the demonstration.

2006 – The military junta ruling Burma officially names Naypyidaw, a new city in Mandalay Division, as the new capital. Yangon had formerly been the nation’s capital.

2011 – March for the Alternative in London as around 400,000 people march against british government spending cuts and participate in direct action against tax avoiding companies.

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