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Lincoln assassination slide c1900 - Restoration.jpg
President Abraham Lincoln is assassinated.
Year 1865

US Secret Service

Full article: United States Secret Service

Events


 

Events

EventStartEndDescription
Pax Brittanica18151915
Victorian era18401901
American Civil War18611865The Start of US World dominations, the Civil war saw capitalists fight capitalists in a war over tax, slavery and the question how big and kind of an imperial force the US should become on the North American continent.

 

New Groups

GroupImageTypeDescription
University of KentuckyUniversity of Kentucky seal.pngResearch
Public
Land-grant
Home of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce, training a cadre of professionals for careers in international affairs.
Oxford Brookes UniversityGroup.pngPublic
Worcester Polytechnic InstituteWPI logo.pngMilitary ranksMassachusetts engineering and technology university
Indiana State UniversityIndiana State University Seal.pngSmall Midwestern university, not to be confused with Indiana University
The NationGroup.pngAmerican "progressive" magazine
Standard OilGroup.pngHugely profitable oil conglomerate that made John D. Rockefeller the richest man in the world.
University of KansasUniversity of Kansas seal.pngFlagship state universityMid-western university with significant research activity
Washburn UniversityWashburn University.pngPublicUniversity in Topeka, Kansas
HSBCHSBC.jpgThe Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, one of the world's biggest banks
US/Secret ServiceUS-SecretService-StarLogo.svgIntelligence agencyA US secret service focusing primarily on financial fraud and protecting key individuals such as politicians.
Lehigh UniversityLUwithShield-CMYK.svgMilitary ranksPrivate university in Pennsylvania
US/House/Committee/Financial ServicesGroup.pngBanks and financial institutions are normally very generous with their campaign contributions to committee members.

 

Deaths

TitleBornDiedPlace of deathSummaryDescription
Abraham Lincoln12 February 180915 April 1865Washington DC
Petersen House
U.S.
PoliticianA US president who stood up to the US deep state
Henry John Temple20 October 178418 October 1865Hertfordshire
Brocket Hall
England
PoliticianA British politician who served twice as Prime Minister in the mid-19th century.

 

Births

TitleBornPlace of birthDiedSummaryDescription
William Lauriston Melville Lee18651955Spook
Soldier
Edward Stanley1865London
Westminster
1948Diplomat
Politician
Edmund Garrett18651907Politician
Editor
Deep state operative
UK deep state operative
Edward R. Stettinius Sr.15 February 1865Missouri
St. Louis
3 September 1925BusinesspersonWorked at J. P. Morgan and Company coordinating the purchase of war supplies for the Allies during WW1. Stettinus became the most important consumer on earth, buying goods for $10 million every day. Nicknamed "the father of the military-industrial complex".
Herbert A. L. Fisher21 March 1865London18 April 1940Politician
Academic
Historian
Deep state operative
UK deep state operative
Ralph Julius Preston27 May 186525 October 1919Diplomat
Lawyer
Wealthy US diplomat
George Albert3 June 1865London
Marlborough House
20 January 1936King
Alfred Harmsworth15 July 1865Eire
Chapelizod
County Dublin
14 August 1922Media mogul
Charles G. Dawes27 August 1865Ohio
Marietta
23 April 1951Soldier
Politician
Banker
Warren Harding2 November 1865Ohio
Blooming Grove
U.S.
2 August 1923Politician
Editor
Died under suspicious circumstances, as did a number of people around him.
Madison Grant19 November 1865New York30 May 1937Lawyer
Eugenics
Zoologist
"Hitler's American guru"
Maud Pember Reeves24 December 186513 September 1953Author
Salmon Levinson29 December 18652 February 1941LawyerUS lawyer who originated and publicized the “outlawry of war” movement in the United States. Later assisted in drafting the Kellogg-Briand Pact.
Rudyard Kipling30 December 1865India
Bombay
Bombay Presidency
18 January 1936Author
Journalist
Poet
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