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Born on Wednesday February 1, 1911
Died on Wednesday February 1, 1911

Source: Delpher (Koninklijke Bibliotheek Newspapers from February 1, 1911 at Delpher


Born on February 1

Died on February 1

Names that were popular for boys in 1911
  1. Johannes
  2. Jan
  3. Cornelis
  4. Hendrik
  5. Willem
  6. Pieter
  7. Gerrit
  8. Petrus
  9. Adrianus
  10. Jacobus
  11. Jacob
  12. Wilhelmus
  13. Gerardus
  14. Hendrikus
  15. Antonius
  16. Arie
Names that were popular for girls in 1911
  1. Maria
  2. Johanna
  3. Anna
  4. Cornelia
  5. Wilhelmina
  6. Elisabeth
  7. Adriana
  8. Catharina
  9. Hendrika
  10. Petronella
  11. Jacoba
  12. Geertruida
  13. Aaltje
  14. Grietje
  15. Helena
  16. Margaretha

Source: Wikipedia Historical events 1911
  • Koningin Wilhelmina (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from 1890 till 1948 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Koninkrijk der Nederlanden)
  • In The Netherlands , there was from February 12, 1908 to August 29, 1913 the cabinet Heemskerk, with Mr. Th. Heemskerk (AR) as prime minister.
  • The Netherlands had about 6.0 million citizens.
  • January 3 » A magnitude 7.7 earthquake destroys the city of Almaty in Russian Turkestan.
  • May 9 » The works of Gabriele D'Annunzio are placed in the Index of Forbidden Books by the Vatican.
  • August 29 » The Canadian Naval Service becomes the Royal Canadian Navy.
  • September 25 » An explosion of badly degraded propellant charges on board the French battleship Liberté detonates the forward ammunition magazines and destroys the ship.
  • October 5 » The Kowloon–Canton Railway commences service.
  • November 5 » After declaring war on the Ottoman Empire on September 29, 1911, Italy annexes Tripoli and Cyrenaica.
Weather February 1, 1911

The temperature on February 1, 1911 was between -8.0 °C and 1.7 °C and averaged -2.1 °C. The average windspeed was 2 Bft (weak wind) and was prevailing from the north-northwest.

Source: KNMI