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*[[1599]] – [[Michael the Brave]], Prince of [[Wallachia]], defeats the Army of [[Andrew Báthory]] in the [[Battle of Șelimbăr]], leading to the first recorded unification of the Romanian people.
 
*[[1599]] – [[Michael the Brave]], Prince of [[Wallachia]], defeats the Army of [[Andrew Báthory]] in the [[Battle of Șelimbăr]], leading to the first recorded unification of the Romanian people.
   
===1601-1900===
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===1601–1900===
 
*[[1648]] – Boston shoemakers form first American [[Trade union|labor organization]].
 
*[[1648]] – Boston shoemakers form first American [[Trade union|labor organization]].
 
*[[1748]] – Signing of the [[Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle (1748)|Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle]] ends the [[War of the Austrian Succession]].
 
*[[1748]] – Signing of the [[Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle (1748)|Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle]] ends the [[War of the Austrian Succession]].
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*[[1900]] &ndash; Count [[Bernhard von Bülow]] becomes chancellor of Germany.<ref>{{cite book|first=Jacques|last=Legrand|title=Chronicle of the 20th Century|publisher=Ecam Publication|year=1987|page=20|ISBN=0-942191-01-3}}</ref>
 
*[[1900]] &ndash; Count [[Bernhard von Bülow]] becomes chancellor of Germany.<ref>{{cite book|first=Jacques|last=Legrand|title=Chronicle of the 20th Century|publisher=Ecam Publication|year=1987|page=20|ISBN=0-942191-01-3}}</ref>
   
===1901-present===
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===1901–present===
 
*[[1912]] &ndash; [[First Balkan War]]: King [[Peter I of Serbia]] issues a declaration "To the Serbian People", as his country joins the war.
 
*[[1912]] &ndash; [[First Balkan War]]: King [[Peter I of Serbia]] issues a declaration "To the Serbian People", as his country joins the war.
 
*[[1914]] &ndash; The [[Schoenstatt Apostolic Movement]] is founded in Germany.
 
*[[1914]] &ndash; The [[Schoenstatt Apostolic Movement]] is founded in Germany.
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*[[1596]] &ndash; [[Edward Winslow]], American Pilgrim leader (d. 1655)
 
*[[1596]] &ndash; [[Edward Winslow]], American Pilgrim leader (d. 1655)
   
===1601-1900===
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===1601–1900===
 
*[[1616]] &ndash; [[Nicholas Culpeper]], English botanist (d. 1654)
 
*[[1616]] &ndash; [[Nicholas Culpeper]], English botanist (d. 1654)
 
*[[1630]] &ndash; [[Henry Powle]], English politician (d. 1692)
 
*[[1630]] &ndash; [[Henry Powle]], English politician (d. 1692)
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*[[1898]] &ndash; [[Lotte Lenya]], Austrian singer and actress (d. 1981)
 
*[[1898]] &ndash; [[Lotte Lenya]], Austrian singer and actress (d. 1981)
   
===1901-present===
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===1901–present===
 
*[[1902]] &ndash; [[Miriam Hopkins]], American actress (d. 1972)
 
*[[1902]] &ndash; [[Miriam Hopkins]], American actress (d. 1972)
 
* 1902 &ndash; [[Pascual Jordan]], German physicist and theorist (d. 1980)
 
* 1902 &ndash; [[Pascual Jordan]], German physicist and theorist (d. 1980)
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*[[1570]] &ndash; [[Manuel da Nóbrega]], Portuguese-Brazilian priest and missionary (b. 1517)
 
*[[1570]] &ndash; [[Manuel da Nóbrega]], Portuguese-Brazilian priest and missionary (b. 1517)
   
===1601-1900===
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===1601–1900===
 
*[[1604]] &ndash; [[Igram van Achelen]], Dutch lawyer and politician (b. 1528)
 
*[[1604]] &ndash; [[Igram van Achelen]], Dutch lawyer and politician (b. 1528)
 
*[[1646]] &ndash; [[Isaac Jogues]], French priest, missionary, and martyr (b. 1607)
 
*[[1646]] &ndash; [[Isaac Jogues]], French priest, missionary, and martyr (b. 1607)
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*[[1893]] &ndash; [[Charles Gounod]], French composer and educator (b. 1818)
 
*[[1893]] &ndash; [[Charles Gounod]], French composer and educator (b. 1818)
   
===1901-present===
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===1901–present===
 
*[[1908]] &ndash; [[Nozu Michitsura]], Japanese field marshal (b. 1840)
 
*[[1908]] &ndash; [[Nozu Michitsura]], Japanese field marshal (b. 1840)
 
*[[1911]] &ndash; [[Alfred Binet]], French psychologist and author (b. 1857)
 
*[[1911]] &ndash; [[Alfred Binet]], French psychologist and author (b. 1857)
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