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 30 » The destroyer USSTerry makes the first airplane rescue at sea saving the life of Douglas McCurdy ten miles from Havana, Cuba.
May 15 » In Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey v. United States, the United States Supreme Court declares Standard Oil to be an "unreasonable" monopoly under the Sherman Antitrust Act and orders the company to be broken up.
July 24 » Hiram Bingham III re-discovers Machu Picchu, "the Lost City of the Incas".
November 5 » After declaring war on the Ottoman Empire on September 29, 1911, Italy annexes Tripoli and Cyrenaica.
November 11 » Many cities in the Midwestern United States break their record highs and lows on the same day as a strong cold front rolls through.
December 9 » A mine explosion near Briceville, Tennessee, kills 84 miners despite rescue efforts led by the United States Bureau of Mines.
Weather February 22, 1911
The temperature on February 22, 1911 was between 6.1 °C and 9.7 °C and averaged 7.9 °C. There was 0.7 mm of rain. There was 1.5 hours of sunshine (14%). The average windspeed was 6 Bft (strong wind) and was prevailing from the west-southwest.
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