April 1914

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The following events occurred in April 1914:

Colorado National Guard soldiers entering strike zone at Ludlow, Colorado


April 1, 1914 (Wednesday)[edit]

April 2, 1914 (Thursday)[edit]

Carrying survivors and bodies from SS Newfoundland sealing disaster

April 3, 1914 (Friday)[edit]

April 4, 1914 (Saturday)[edit]

Baba Gurdit Singh, organizer of the Komagata Maru voyage

April 5, 1914 (Sunday)[edit]

April 6, 1914 (Monday)[edit]

April 7, 1914 (Tuesday)[edit]

April 8, 1914 (Wednesday)[edit]

April 9, 1914 (Thursday)[edit]

  • Tampico Affair – Mexican authorities arrested eight U.S. sailors from the naval gunship Dolphin in Tampico harbor, Mexico, under the mistaken assumption the sailors were members of the Constitutionalists that clashed with federal troops days before. Rear Admiral Henry T. Mayo, the commander of U.S. naval forces in the area, demanded a 21-gun salute and formal apology from the Mexican government. In response, Mexican President Victoriano Huerta ordered the release of the sailors and gave a written apology. However, he refused to have his forces raise the U.S. flag on Mexican soil to provide a 21-gun salute, inciting calls for action in Washington.[47]
  • The very first naval/aircraft skirmish took place in Topolobampo, Mexico. Captain Gustavo Salinas Camiña of the Constitutionalists flew a Glenn L. Martin biplane loaded with explosives to attack Mexican naval gunboats Guerrero and Morelos that were set up to block the mouth of the harbor where the mutinous gunboat Tampico lay partially sunk. The gunboats fired on the biplane using small arms while Camiña dropped five bombs over the warships anchored close to each other. Neither bomb hit their targets but Camiña was able to fly back to the airfield safely.[48]
  • Robert E. Woodrow, a distant relative to U.S. President Woodrow Wilson, died in a motorcycle accident in Indianapolis. Woodrow's father was a cousin to President Wilson's mother.[49]
  • The first colour feature film, The World, the Flesh and the Devil, was shown in Great Britain.[50]
  • Store manager George James (G. J.) Coles opened the 'Coles Variety Store' in Melbourne, Australia, eventually growing to become a supermarket chain by the mid-20th century as Coles Supermarkets, Australia's second largest supermarket chain.[51]
  • Died: Empress Shōken, Japanese empress consort for Emperor Meiji (b. 1849); Eben Sumner Draper, American politician, 44th Governor of Massachusetts (b. 1858)

April 10, 1914 (Friday)[edit]

April 11, 1914 (Saturday)[edit]

April 12, 1914 (Sunday)[edit]

Catherine the Great Fabergé_egg

April 13, 1914 (Monday)[edit]

April 14, 1914 (Tuesday)[edit]

April 15, 1914 (Wednesday)[edit]

April 16, 1914 (Thursday)[edit]

April 17, 1914 (Friday)[edit]

April 18, 1914 (Saturday)[edit]

April 19, 1914 (Sunday)[edit]

April 20, 1914 (Monday)[edit]

Ruins of labour strike camp in Ludlow, Colorado

April 21, 1914 (Tuesday)[edit]

U.S. Marines raise the flag in Veracruz, Mexico at start of occupation

April 22, 1914 (Wednesday)[edit]

April 23, 1914 (Thursday)[edit]

April 24, 1914 (Friday)[edit]

April 25, 1914 (Saturday)[edit]

April 26, 1914 (Sunday)[edit]

Former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, his son Kermit, Brazilian explorer Cândido Rondon and their Amazon expedition party

April 27, 1914 (Monday)[edit]

April 28, 1914 (Tuesday)[edit]

April 29, 1914 (Wednesday)[edit]

April 30, 1914 (Thursday)[edit]

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