April 10

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April 10 RMS Titanic Southampton

What happened on April 10?

Ahoy, mateys!
RMS Titanic set sail on her fatal maiden voyage from Southampton in the UK in 1912.
A sad moment in history, yet important to remember.

That’s why it is great to have movies, songs and books commemorate historic events (even though they get dramatized a lot). We, people, tend to remember things better when they connect to something visual or audible. And by reading/feeling. Very strong emotions, too.

The Great Gatsby book by F. Scott Fitzgerald (published in 1925), movie, and soundtrack combine all of the above emotions which contributes to its massive success.

Synonymous to succes in the world of literature, we celebrate Joseph Pullitzer (*1847). The by birth Hungarian journalist and publisher is best known for the annual Pulitzer Prizes.

Steven Seagal (*1952) needs little introduction. Almost everyone knows what he is best know for: being an all-round legend that kicks villains and breaks stuff!

Steven is joined on the birthday dancefloor by singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor (*1979), actor Charlie Hunnam (*1980), and essayist William Hazlitt (*1778).

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What happened on April 10?

Birthdays April 10

Joseph Pullitzer
Steven Seagal
Sophie Ellis-Bextor
Charlie Hunnam
William Hazlitt

Events April 10

RMS Titanic set sail on her fatal maiden voyage
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald was published

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