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In the year 1882

500 Notable birthdays

Franklin Delano Roosevelt

President of the united states from 1933 to 1945.

Born January 30th, 1882 in Hyde Park. [ref]

Died April 12th, 1945 at 63 years old in Little White House (cerebral hemorrhage). [ref]

Virginia Woolf

English modernist writer.

Born January 25th, 1882 in London. [ref]

Died March 28th, 1941 at 59 years old in Lewes. [ref]

Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark

Greece prince; father of prince philip, duke of edinburgh (1882-1944).

Born February 2nd, 1882 in Tatoi Palace.

Died December 3rd, 1944 at 62 years old in Hotel Metropole.

Lili Elbe

Danish painter and transgender woman (1882–1931).

Born December 28th, 1882 in Vejle. [ref]

Died September 13th, 1931 at 48 years old in Dresden (complication). [ref]

James Joyce

Irish novelist and poet (1882–1941).

Born February 2nd, 1882 in Rathgar. [ref]

Died January 13th, 1941 at 58 years old in Zürich (peritonitis). [ref]

A. A. Milne

British author known for creating winnie-the-pooh.

Born January 18th, 1882 in London, Henley House. [ref]

Died January 31st, 1956 at 74 years old in Hartfield (stroke). [ref]

Bela Lugosi

Hungarian-american actor (1882–1956).

Born October 20th, 1882 in Lugoj. [ref]

Died August 16th, 1956 at 73 years old in Los Angeles (myocardial infarction). [ref]

Igor Stravinsky

Russian composer, pianist and conductor.

Born June 17th, 1882 in Lomonosov. [ref]

Died April 6th, 1971 at 88 years old in New York City (heart failure). [ref]

Arnold Rothstein

Jewish american mobster.

Born January 17th, 1882 in Manhattan.

Died November 6th, 1928 at 46 years old in Manhattan, Ottendorfer Library.

John Barrymore

American actor of stage, screen and radio (1882-1942).

Born February 14th, 1882 in Philadelphia. [ref]

Died May 29th, 1942 at 60 years old in Los Angeles (pneumonia, liver cirrhosis, kidney failure). [ref]

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