Bernd Rosemeyer Birthday, Date of Birth

Bernd Rosemeyer

Bernd Rosemeyer (14 October 1909 – 28 January 1938) was a German racing driver and a member of the SS. He held the rank of a Hauptsturmführer.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Thursday, October 14, 1909
Place of Birth
Lingen
Age
112
Star Sign

The October 14, 1909 was a Thursday under the star sign of . It was the 286 day of the year. President of the United States was William Howard Taft.

If you were born on this day, you are 112 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, October 14, 2021, 12 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, October 14, 2022, in 352 days. You have lived for 40,920 days, or about 982,082 hours, or about 58,924,936 minutes, or about seconds.

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14th of October 1909 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on October 14, 1909

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Date: 15 October 1909

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M'CARREN OPERATED ON FOR APPPENDICITIS; Senator Recovers Consciousness Early This Morning, but His Condition Is Serious. HE'S OUT OF THIS CAMPAIGN Democratic Politicians in Brooklyn Worried -- There May Be a Great Overturning There.

Date: 14 October 1909

Senator Patrick H. McCarren, Democratis leader of Kings County, was suddenly stricken with appendicitis early last night in the Hotel Clarendon in Washington Street, Brooklyn and was hurried to St. Catherine's Hospital, that borough, where he was operated on by Dr. Peter Hughes, his family physician.

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Commander Frederick C. Bieg.

Date: 15 October 1909

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NO OUTBREAK IN BARCELONA.; Elaborate Precautions, However, Had Been Taken Against Bombs.

Date: 14 October 1909

PARIS, Oct. 14. -- A dispatch to the Matin from Barcelona says that the execution of Ferrer did not produce the effect expected. The Barcelona newspapers print brief details of the affair without comment. Ferrer was never popular in Barcelona, and latterly the censorship has been very stringent, so that the public is ignorant of the manifestations abroad or has been led to believe that they were organized and paid for with Ferrer's money.

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FERRER IS SHOT; RIOTS IN PARIS; Execution at Barcelona Causes Socialist Outbreak in French Capital -- Policeman Killed. SPANISH EMBASSY MOBBED Crowd of 100,000 Excited Parisians See 1,000 Police Repel the Assault. DEMONSTRATION IN ROME Mobs Denounce Reaction, Jesuits and Merry del Val -- Comparative Order Preserved. FERRER MET FATE BRAVELY Refused Church Sacraments and Faced Firing Squad Without Trepidation -- Killed at First Volley.

Date: 14 October 1909

Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

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DEMONSTRATION IN BRUSSELS.; Socialist Paper Thinks Alfonso Has Signed His Own Death Warrant.

Date: 14 October 1909

BRUSSELS, Oct. 13. -- The organized Socialists paraded the principal streets tonight in protest against the execution of Ferrer. There was no disorder.

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RIOTS OVER FERRER SPREAD IN EUROPE; Anti-Spanish and Anti-Clerical Outbreaks in France, Italy, and Austria. VIENNA MOB IS FIRED ON Cavalry Charges Crowds in Florence and Milan -- Bombs Found in Barcelona -- Spanish Ships Boycotted.

Date: 15 October 1909

PARIS, Oct. 14. -- The demonstrations in protest at the execution of Ferrer were very marked throughout France to-day, and from reports received to-night they still continue. The Latin quarter here is seething, and several times during the evening a strong force of police scattered the manifestants. During the night students in the Latin quarter burned King Alfonso in effigy.

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Date: 14 October 1909

KEY WEST, Fla., Oct. 13. -- News reached here late this afternoon of the sinking of the tugs Sybil and Sadie at Bahia Honda during Monday's hurricane and the loss of the eleven members of the crew of the Sybil, including Capt. Parker.

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TOPICS OF THE TIMES.

Date: 14 October 1909

Cometh to us, now, The Ketchikan Miner, a small but sprightly newspaper, revealing to us for the first time, not only its own existence, but that of the town Ketchikan, which is, it seems, in Alaska, where the gold also comes from.

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SENSIBLE.

Date: 14 October 1909

In that branch of the Panama libel case which involves the Indiana defendants Judge A.B. ANDERSON of the United States District Court renders a decision that is commendable and satisfying from the point of view of common sense, justice, and a reasonable interpretation of the laws of the land.

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