In The Netherlands , there was from August 17, 1905 to February 11, 1908 the cabinet De Meester, with Mr. Th. de Meester (unie-liberaal) as prime minister.
The Netherlands had about 5.5 million citizens.
April 14 » The Azusa Street Revival opens and will launch Pentecostalism as a worldwide movement.
June 30 » The United States Congress passes the Meat Inspection Act and Pure Food and Drug Act.
August 5 » Persian Constitutional Revolution: Mozaffar ad-Din Shah Qajar, King of Iran, agrees to convert the government to a constitutional monarchy.
September 24 » Racial tensions exacerbated by rumors lead to the Atlanta Race Riot, further increasing racial segregation.
December 10 » U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt wins the Nobel Peace Prize for his role in the mediation of the Russo-Japanese War, becoming the first American to win a Nobel Prize.
December 15 » The London Underground's Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway opens.
The temperature on November 8, 1906 was between 7.3 °C and 10.3 °C and averaged 8.7 °C. There was 3.2 mm of rain. The average windspeed was 4 Bft (moderate breeze) and was prevailing from the east-southeast.
1934 » Carlos Chagas, Brazilian physician and bacteriologist (b. 1879)
Names that were popular for boys in 1906
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