1873

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Panic of 1873 bank run.jpg
The Panic of 1873 was a financial crisis in Europe and North America that started two decades of stagnation known as the "Long Depression"

Events

January–March

Date unknown


 

Events

EventStartEnd
Pax Brittanica18151915
Victorian era18401901

 

New Groups

GroupImageTypeDescription
Rio Tinto GroupRio Tinto.jpgCommercialBritish-Australian multinational metals and mining corporation with headquarters in London
William Penn UniversityGroup.pngPrivate universityRun by members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
University of South AfricaUniversity of South Africa logo.jpgPublic open distance learningMega university with over 400,000 students in South Africa
Scottish American Investment CompanyGroup.pngLong established investment company

 

Deaths

TitleBornDiedSummary
Napoleon III20 April 18089 January 1873Politician
John Stuart Mill20 May 18067 May 1873

 

Births

TitleBornPlace of birthDiedSummaryDescription
William Green3 March 18731952Union organizer
Leon Czolgosz5 May 187329 October 1901Journalist
George Gibbs6 July 187328 October 1931
Hugh Sinclair18 August 1873Southampton4 November 1939Spook
Cornelius Vanderbilt III5 September 1873New York1 March 1942
Fritz Thyssen9 November 1873Germany
Mülheim
8 February 1951Businessperson
George N. Peek19 November 1873Illinois
Polo
17 December 1943Economist
Civil servant
Businessperson
Vernon Kell21 November 1873Great Yarmouth27 March 1942Spook
Soldier
Polyglot
Leo Amery22 November 1873India
Gorakhpur
16 September 1955Politician
Deep state actor
UK historian and deep state actor, chief lieutenant of Alfred Milner
Al Smith30 December 1873New York
Manhattan
4 October 1944Politician


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