1877

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Rutherford B. Hayes declared winner of 1876 US presidential election after judicial intervention, even though Samuel J. Tilden won the popular vote.
year 1877

Events


 

Events

EventStartEnd
Pax Brittanica18151915
Victorian era18401901

 

New Groups

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University of ManitobaUniversity-of-manitoba-logo.pngPublicUniversity in the province of Manitoba, Canada
The Washington PostThe Logo of The ''Washington Post'' Newspaper.svgNewspaperGuardian of the official narrative.
University of TokyoUnivOfTokyo mark.pngConsidered to be the most selective and prestigious university in Japan. The vast majority of senior civil servants are recruited from here.
Oxford University/Wycliffe HallGroup.png
University of NorthumbriaNorthumbria University Logo.svgPublicUniversity located in Newcastle upon Tyne, North East of England.

 

Births

TitleBornPlace of birthDiedSummaryDescription
Dougal Malcolm18771955Deep state operativeUK deep state operative. Director of the British South Africa Company for 37 years
Henry Sloane Coffin5 January 1877New York25 November 1954Priestleading liberal Presbyterian leader. Bonesman.
Maurice Hankey1 April 1877Biarritz26 January 1963Deep state operativeUK deep state operative
Ronald Lindsay3 May 187721 August 1945DiplomatPermanent Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, the most senior position in the British diplomatic service 1928-1930, and UK Ambassador to the United States 1930-1939.
Charles Rothschild9 May 1877London12 October 1923Academic
Banker
Entomologist
Entomologist Rothschild
William Wedgwood Benn10 May 187717 November 1960PoliticianBritish Liberal politician who later joined the Labour Party. RAF officer and Secretary of State for India.
Robert F. Wagner8 June 1877Germany
Kingdom of Prussia
Nastätten
Hesse-Nassau
4 May 1953Politician
Robert Sterling Clark25 June 1877New York
US
Cooperstown
29 December 1956Deep state operative
Businessperson
US businessman implicated in the Business Plot by the testimony of Smedley Butler.
Arthur Maundy Gregory1 July 1877Southampton
England
28 September 1941Spook
Blackmailer
An early 20th century sexual blackmailer who had so much dirt on key establishment figures that his MI5 file remains censored, 65+ years after his death.
John Cadman7 September 187731 May 1941Deep politician
Businessperson
Director of the Anglo-Persian Oil Company who aimed for cartel control of world oil market
Hugh Wyndham4 October 18776 July 1963Politician
Deep state operative
UK deep state operative
Aga Khan III2 November 187711 July 1957Royalty
Iman
Very rich religious leader working for British colonial interests.
Ernest Hopkins6 November 1877New Hampshire
Dunbarton
13 August 1964AcademicPresident of Dartmouth College from 1916 to 1945.
Warren Austin12 November 1877Vermont
Franklin County
25 December 1962Politician
Giuseppe Volpi19 November 187716 November 1947Deep politician
Businessperson
The deep politician behind Mussolini
Alben Barkley24 November 1877Kentucky
Lowes
30 April 1956Lawyer


References

  1. Pierre Crabitès, Gordon: The Sudan and Slavery (Routledge, 2016)
  2. =https://web.archive.org/web/20070527134423/http://history.enotes.com/peoples-chronology/year-1877
  3. Bruce, Robert V. (1959). 1877: Year of Violence. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill.