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*[[1844]] - [[Paul Verlaine]], French poet (d. [[1896]]) *[[1844]] - [[Paul Verlaine]], French poet (d. [[1896]])
*[[1853]] - [[Vincent van Gogh]], Dutch painter (d. [[1890]]) *[[1853]] - [[Vincent van Gogh]], Dutch painter (d. [[1890]])
-*[[1857]] - [[Thevenin|Leon Charles Thevenin]], French telegraph engineer (d. [[1926]]) 
-*[[1864]] - [[Franz Oppenheimer]], German sociologist (d. [[1943]]) 
-*[[1879]] - [[Coen de Koning]], Dutch ice skater (d. [[1954]]) 
-*[[1880]] - [[Sean O'Casey]], Irish dramatist (d. [[1964]]) 
*[[1892]] - [[Fortunato Depero]], Italian artist (d. [[1960]]) *[[1892]] - [[Fortunato Depero]], Italian artist (d. [[1960]])
-* 1892 - [[Erhard Milch]], German field marshal (d. [[1972]]) 
-*[[1894]] - [[Sergey Ilyushin]], Russian aerospace engineer (d. [[1977]]) 
-* 1895 - [[Jean Giono]], French author (d. [[1970]]) 
-*[[1899]] - [[Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay]], well known Bengali writer (d. [[1970]]) 
-*[[1902]] - [[Brooke Astor]], American philanthropist (d. [[2007]]) 
-* 1902 - [[Ted Heath (bandleader)|Ted Heath]], British musician and band leader (d. [[1969]]) 
-*[[1903]] - [[Countee Cullen]], American poet (d. [[1946]]) 
-* 1903 - [[Joy Ridderhof]], American missionary (d. [[1984]]) 
-*[[1904]] - [[Ripper Collins]], baseball player (d. [[1970]]) 
-*[[1905]] - [[Albert Pierrepoint]], English executioner (d. [[1992]]) 
-*[[1907]] - [[Friedrich August Freiherr von der Heydte]], German Luftwaffe Officer (d. [[1994]]) 
-*[[1910]] - [[Józef Marcinkiewicz]], mathematician (d. [[1940]]) 
-*[[1913]] - [[Marc Davis]], American animator (d. [[2000]]) 
-* 1913 - [[Richard Helms]], American [[Central Intelligence Agency|CIA]] director (d. [[2002]]) 
-* 1913 - [[Frankie Laine]], American singer (d. [[2007]]) 
-* 1913 - [[Censu Tabone]], [[President of Malta]] 
-*[[1914]] - [[Sonny Boy Williamson I]], American musician (d. [[1948]]) 
-*[[1919]] - [[McGeorge Bundy]], American National Security Advisor (d. [[1996]]) 
-*[[1922]] - [[Turhan Bey]], Turkish actor 
-*[[1923]] - [[Milton Acorn]], Canadian poet (d. [[1986]]) 
-*[[1926]] - [[Ingvar Kamprad]], Swedish entrepreneur 
-* 1926 - [[Werner Torkanowsky]], German conductor (d. [[1992]]) 
-*[[1927]] - [[Peter Marshall (game show host)|Peter Marshall]], American game show host 
-*[[1928]] - [[Robert Badinter]], French politician 
-*[[1928]] - [[Tom Sharpe]], English satirical author 
-*[[1929]] - [[Richard Dysart]], American actor 
-*[[1930]] - [[John Astin]], American actor 
-* 1930 - [[Rolf Harris]], Australian artist and entertainer 
-*[[1932]] - [[Ted Morgan]], Swiss-born writer 
*[[1933]] - [[Jean-Claude Brialy]], French actor and director *[[1933]] - [[Jean-Claude Brialy]], French actor and director
-*[[1935]] - [[Karl Berger]], German musicologist and musician 
-* 1935 - [[Willie Galimore]], American football player (d. [[1964]]) 
*[[1937]] - [[Warren Beatty]], American actor and director *[[1937]] - [[Warren Beatty]], American actor and director
*[[1940]] - [[Jerry Lucas]], American basketball player *[[1940]] - [[Jerry Lucas]], American basketball player

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  • 1904 - Akarova (born Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, 30 March 1904; died Ixelles, 24 June 1999) was a Belgian dancer, choreographer, and artist.

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Francisco de Goya Jacques Dutronc Filippo Tommaso Marinetti Paul Verlaine Vincent van Gogh Edgar P. Jacobs Beau Brummell Bénédict Morel François Le Métel de Boisrobert Jean-Claude Brialy Koloman Moser Tom Sharpe Melanie Klein Robert Creeley James Cagney Fortunato Depero Thomas Couture Lene Lovich La vie parisienne Manifesto of the Fascist Intellectuals Warren Beatty François-Léon Benouville Erwin Panofsky Akarova Ernst Gombrich Léon Blum Karl May




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