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|( 1900s: ) 1901|
- February 25 – U.S. Steel is incorporated by industrialist J. P. Morgan, as the first billion-dollar corporation.
- March 2 – The United States Congress passes the Platt Amendment, limiting the autonomy of Cuba as a condition for the withdrawal of American troops.
- March 4 – William McKinley is sworn in, for a second term as President of the United States.
- May 9 – The first Australian Parliament opens in Melbourne.
- May 28 – D'Arcy Concession: Mozaffar ad-Din Shah Qajar of Persia grants British businessman William Knox D'Arcy a concession giving him an exclusive right to prospect for oil.
- June 12 – Cuba becomes a United States protectorate.
- June 18 – Emily Hobhouse reports on the high mortality and cruel conditions in the Second Boer War concentration camps
- July 1 – The first United Kingdom Fingerprint Bureau is established at Scotland Yard, the Metropolitan Police headquarters in London, by Edward Henry.
- September 2 – U.S. Vice President Theodore Roosevelt utters the famous phrase, "Speak softly and carry a big stick", at the Minnesota State Fair.
- September 6 – William McKinley assassination: American anarchist Leon Czolgosz shoots U.S. President William McKinley at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York. McKinley dies 8 days later.
- September 7 – The Boxer Rebellion in China officially ends, with the signing of the Boxer Protocol.
- September 14 – Vice President Theodore Roosevelt becomes the 26th President of the United States, upon President William McKinley's death. Roosevelt is sworn in that afternoon.
- October 29 – Leon Czolgosz is executed for assassinating William McKinley in Buffalo, New York on September 6.
- November 28 – The new Constitution of Alabama requires voters in the state to have passed literacy tests.
- December 3 – U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt delivers a 20,000-word speech to the House of Representatives, asking Congress to curb the power of trusts "within reasonable limits".
- December 10 – The first Nobel Prize ceremony is held in Stockholm, on the fifth anniversary of Alfred Nobel's death.
- December 12 – Guglielmo Marconi receives the first trans-Atlantic radio signal, sent from Poldhu, England, to Newfoundland; it is the letter "S" in Morse code.
- December 22 – Charles Aked, a Baptist minister in Liverpool, says about the war in South Africa: "Great Britain cannot win the battles without resorting to the last despicable cowardice of the most loathsome cur on earth — the act of striking a brave man's heart through his wife's honour and his child's life. The cowardly war has been conducted by methods of barbarism... the concentration camps have been Murder Camps." A crowd follows him home and breaks the windows of his house.
|William McKinley/Assassination||The Assassination of William McKinley|
|Golden Gate University||Military ranks|
|YMCA roots; Courses in law, business, taxation, and accounting.|
|Jewish National Fund|
|Tafelronde||Dutch Round Table, a gathering every six weeks of important people in politics, business and the civil service|
|Monsanto||Commercial||Chemical weapon and GMO corporation|
|Australian Labor Party||One of the two major parties in Australian politics|
|Title||Born||Died||Place of death||Summary|
|Alexandrina Victoria||24 May 1819||22 January 1901||Osborne House|
Isle of Wight
|Benjamin Harrison||20 August 1833||13 March 1901||Indianapolis|
|William McKinley||29 January 1843||14 September 1901||New York|
|Leon Czolgosz||5 May 1873||29 October 1901||Journalist|
|John Swinton||12 December 1830||15 December 1901||Journalist|
|Title||Born||Place of birth||Died||Summary||Description|
|Jack Bennett||1901||8 March 1988||Financier||Bilderberg Steering committee banker/businessman.|
|Norman Kipping||1901||1979||Electrical engineer|
|Ngo Dinh Diem||3 January 1901||French Indochina|
|2 November 1963||Politician||The 1st President of South Vietnam, assassinated by the CIA.|
|Whitney North Seymour||4 January 1901||21 May 1983||Lawyer||Chairman of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 1958-70|
|Fulgencio Batista||16 January 1901||Cuba|
|6 August 1973|
|Cecil King||20 February 1901||Hertfordshire|
|17 April 1987||Publisher|
|Ralph Assheton||24 February 1901||1984||Spook|
|Lord Clitheroe, Chairman of the Conservative Party in the 1940s, attended 2 Bilderbergs in the 1950s.|
|Andrew Cordier||1 March 1901||Ohio|
|11 July 1975||Diplomat||UN official and President of Columbia University.|
|Heinrich Troeger||4 March 1901||Germany|
|28 August 1975||Minister of Finance of Hessen. Attended the first and fourth Bilderbergs|
|Guy Banister||7 March 1901||US|
|6 June 1964||Police officer|
|A US deep state operative involved in the JFK assassination. Suddenly died after he had attracted the attention of investigator Jim Garrison.|
|Hans Harder||23 March 1901||Hamburg||25 April 1969||Lawyer||Hamburg liberal politician|
|William H. Jackson||25 March 1901||Tennessee|
|28 September 1971||Spook|
|Deputy CIA director prior to Allen Dulles|
|Louis Leprince-Ringuet||27 March 1901||France|
|23 December 2000||Historian|
|French nuclear physicist and European Movement leader|
|Dave Springhall||28 March 1901||2 September 1953||Activist||A UK communist activist|
|Whittaker Chambers||1 April 1901||Pennsylvania|
|9 July 1961||Author|
|Chester Bowles||5 April 1901||Massachusetts|
|25 May 1986||Diplomat|
|Johannes Meynen||13 April 1901||13 February 1980||Politician||Bilderberg Steering committee, Netherlands Defence Minister|
|Rene Pleven||15 April 1901||Rennes||13 January 1993||Politician||French PM from the early 1950s. Attended the 1963 Bilderberg|
|Pehr G. V. Gyllenhammar||23 April 1901||22 November 1988||Businessperson||Swedish insurance company executive|
|William Haley||24 May 1901||Jersey||6 September 1987||Editor|
BBC Director General
|Sukarno||6 June 1901||Surabaya|
Dutch East Indies
|21 June 1970|
|Eric Maschwitz||10 June 1901||27 October 1969||Spook|
|Tage Erlander||13 June 1901||Sweden|
|21 June 1985||Politician||Swedish PM for 25 years|
|J. Evetts Haley||5 July 1901||Texas|
|9 October 1995||Activist|
|Vehbi Koç||20 July 1901||25 February 1996||Deep state actor|
|George Woods||27 July 1901||Boston|
|20 August 1982||Central banker||Attended the 1966 Bilderberg as President of the World Bank Group|
|John C. Stennis||3 August 1901||Mississippi|
|23 April 1995||Politician|
|John Sherman Cooper||23 August 1901||Somerset|
|21 February 1991||Diplomat|
|Maxwell Taylor||26 August 1901||Missouri|
|19 April 1987|
|Fritz Berg||27 August 1901||Germany|
|3 February 1979||13 Bilderbergs, Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie President for 23 years|
|William Paley||28 September 1901||Chicago|
|26 October 1990||Businessperson|
|Hanns Seidel||12 October 1901||Germany|
|5 August 1961||Politician|
|Hermann Abs||15 October 1901||5 February 1994||Banker|
|Attended the 1958, 1961 and 1966 Bilderbergs as Chairman of Deutsche Bank.|
|Arleigh Burke||19 October 1901||Colorado|
|1 January 1996||Mariner||US admiral, one of the founders of Center for Strategic and International Studies|
|Walter Hallstein||17 November 1901||Germany|
|29 March 1982||Diplomat|
Deep state operative
|Bilderberg, President of the European Commission|
|George Gallup||18 November 1901||US|
|26 July 1984||Statistician||Pioneer in the field of polling|
|Walt Disney||5 December 1901||Chicago|
|15 December 1966||Producer|
|John Moors Cabot||11 December 1901||Massachusetts|
|24 February 1981||Diplomat|
|Ewen Cameron||24 December 1901||Scotland|
Bridge of Allan
|8 September 1967||Psychiatrist||A controversial psychiatrist who worked on the MKULTRA project|
- https://web.archive.org/web/20110607091953/http://www.sahistory.org.za/pages/chronology/special-chrono/governance/mainframe-womencamp.htm%7Carchive-date=June 7, 2011