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1904 in Germany

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See also: Other events of 1904
List of years in Germany

Events in the year 1904 in Germany

Contents

  • 1 Incumbents
    • 11 National level
    • 12 State level
      • 121 Kingdoms
      • 122 Grand Duchies
      • 123 Principalities
      • 124 Duchies
      • 125 Colonial Governors
  • 2 Events
  • 3 Architecture
  • 4 Arts
  • 5 Commerce
  • 6 Diplomacy
  • 7 Science
  • 8 Sport
    • 81 Association football
    • 82 Other
  • 9 Transport
    • 91 Ships launched
  • 10 Publications
    • 101 Drama
    • 102 Non-fiction
  • 11 Births
  • 12 Deaths
  • 13 References

Incumbents

National level

  • Kaiser - Wilhelm II
  • Chancellor - Bernhard von Bülow

State level

Kingdoms

  • King of Bavaria - Otto of Bavaria
  • King of Prussia - Kaiser Wilhelm II
  • King of Saxony - George of Saxony to 15 October then Frederick Augustus III of Saxony
  • King of Württemberg - William II of Württemberg

Grand Duchies

  • Grand Duke of Baden - Frederick I
  • Grand Duke of Hesse - Ernest Louis
  • Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin - Frederick Francis IV
  • Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz - Frederick William to 30 May, then Adolphus Frederick V
  • Grand Duke of Oldenburg - Frederick Augustus II
  • Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach - William Ernest

Principalities

  • Schaumburg-Lippe - George, Prince of Schaumburg-Lippe
  • Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt - Günther Victor, Prince of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt
  • Schwarzburg-Sondershausen - Karl Günther, Prince of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen
  • Principality of Lippe - Alexander, Prince of Lippe with Ernest II, Count of Lippe-Biesterfeld to 26 September, and then Leopold, Count of Lippe-Biesterfeld, as regents
  • Reuss Elder Line - Heinrich XXIV, Prince Reuss of Greiz with Heinrich XIV, Prince Reuss Younger Line as regent
  • Reuss Younger Line - Heinrich XIV, Prince Reuss Younger Line
  • Waldeck and Pyrmont - Friedrich, Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont

Duchies

  • Duke of Anhalt - Frederick I, Duke of Anhalt to 24 January, then Frederick II, Duke of Anhalt
  • Duke of Brunswick - Prince Albert of Prussia regent
  • Duke of Saxe-Altenburg - Ernst I, Duke of Saxe-Altenburg
  • Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha - Charles Edward, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
  • Duke of Saxe-Meiningen - Georg II, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen

Colonial Governors

  • Cameroon Kamerun - Jesko von Puttkamer 8th term to 9 May, then Otto Gleim acting governor 1st term
  • Kiaochow Kiautschou - Oskar von Truppel
  • German East Africa Deutsch-Ostafrika - Gustav Adolf von Götzen
  • German New Guinea Deutsch-Neuguinea - Albert Hahl 2nd term
  • German Samoa Deutsch-Samoa - Wilhelm Solf
  • German South-West Africa Deutsch-Südwestafrika - Theodor Leutwein
  • Togoland - Waldemar Horn

Events

  • 12 January - The Herero of Deutsch-Südwestafrika, under the leadership of Samuel Maharero, rise against German colonial rule The rising marks the beginning of what has become known as the Herero and Namaqua Genocide
  • 3 March - Kaiser Wilhelm II becomes the first person to make a political recording of a document, using Thomas Edison's cylinder
  • 11 August - The German Imperial Army, under Lothar von Trotha, defeat the Herero tribesmen at the Battle of Waterberg

Architecture

  • The Prussian House of Lords is rebuilt
  • The Kaiserbrücke in Mainz is completed
  • Publisher Pier Verlag established in Munich

Arts

  • January - Süddeutsche Monatshefte begins publication
  • Max Beckmann, Hans Purrmann, and Alexej von Jawlensky are added to the Berlin Secession group of artists
  • Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth paints a series of three portraits depicting socialite Marianne Lichtwark

Commerce

  • September - Stationery manufacturer Herlitz established in Berlin
  • Accumulatoren-Fabrik AFA establishes its battery making subsidiary VARTA in Hagen

Diplomacy

  • 8 April - The Convention of Istanbul, signed by a number of powers including Germany in 1888, came into force

Science

  • Foundation of the German Journal for Evidence and Quality in Healthcare ZEFQ

Sport

Association football

  • 16 April - FC Einigkeit Braunschweig established
  • 4 May - FC Schalke 04 established
  • 21 May - The International Federation of Association Football, FIFA, is established with Germany as a founder member
  • 13 June - Westfalia Herne established
  • 1 July - Bayer 04 Leverkusen established
  • 1 July - Alemannia Schwäbisch Gmünd established
  • 4 July - Borussia Fulda established
  • 25 July - Reinickendorfer FC West established
  • 4 August - FC Singen 04 established
  • Date unknown - Germania Breslau, Sport Club Reuß, Fußball-Club Prussia Königsberg, Oberhausener SV and 1 Würzburger FV 04 amongst the other clubs established

Other

  • 1 July to 24 November - 1904 Summer Olympics take place in St Louis, Missouri Germany finishes second in the overall medal table with four gold medals, four silver and five bronze The four gold medals all come in the swimming events, with two for Emil Rausch and one each for Walter Brack and Georg Zacharias
  • Date unknown - The inaugural Berlin City Chess Championship is won by Horatio Caro

Transport

  • The Berlin Mexikoplatz station is opened under the name Zehlendorf-Beerenstraße

Ships launched

  • SMS Deutschland battleship
  • SMS Lothringen battleship
  • SS Scharnhorst passenger liner
  • SMS Yorck armoured cruiser

Publications

Drama

  • Erich Mühsam - The Con Men
  • Frank Wedekind - Die Büchse der Pandora

Non-fiction

  • Ernst Haeckel - Kunstformen der Natur

Births

  • 2 January - Walter Heitler, physicist died 1981
  • 8 January - Karl Brandt, Nazi physician died 1948
  • 9 January - Wilhelm Groth, physical chemist died 1977
  • 18 February - Otto Rahn, medievalist and SS officer died 1939
  • 22 February - Ernst Jakob Henne, racing driver died 2005
  • 28 February - Alfred Bohrmann, astronomer died 2000
  • 5 March - Karl Rahner, theologian died 1984
  • 7 March - Reinhard Heydrich, chief of the RSHA died 1942
  • 8 March - Viktor de Kowa, actor and singer died 1973
  • 1o March - Adalbert Schneider, Navy officer died 1941
  • 11 March - Albrecht von Hagen, Resistance fighter died 1944
  • 12 March - Adolf Arndt, politician died 1974
  • 21 March - Karl Leonhard, psychiatrist died 1988
  • 24 March - Hans Ertel, natural scientist died 1971
  • 26 March - Hermann Schroeder, composer died 1984
  • 6 April - Kurt Georg Kiesinger, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany died 1988
  • 12 April - Paul Dahlke, actor died 1984
  • 15 April - Valentin Krempl, bobsledder died 1944
  • 17 April - Franz Reuß, Luftwaffe general died 1992
  • 17 April - Bernhard Eichhorn, film composer died 1980
  • 27 April - Fritz Weitzel, SS officer died 1940
  • 28 April - Elisabeth Schumacher, Resistance fighter died 1942
  • 4 May - Josef Pieper, philosopher died 1997
  • 7 May - Kurt Weitzmann, art historian died 1993
  • 8 May - Franz Schreiber, SS officer
  • 9 May - Reinhard Schwarz-Schilling, composer died 1985
  • 23 May - Johannes Flintrop, critic of Nazism died 1943
  • 29 May - Herbert Selpin, film diector died 1942
  • 6 June - Heinrich von Brentano, politician died 1964
  • 14 June - Marion Yorck von Wartenburg, jurist and Resistance fighter died 2007
  • 9 July - Ernst Küppers, swimmer died 1976
  • 14 July - Hans von Herwarth, diplomat died 1999
  • 15 July - Rudolf Arnheim, film theorist died 2007
  • 2 August - Werner Seelenbinder, wrestler and communist died 1944
  • 9 August - Hasso von Boehmer, Army officer died 1945
  • 10 August - Karl Helling, chess master died 1937
  • 16 August - Klaus von Pape, Nazi 'martyr'
  • 24 August - Ludwig Schmidseder, composer and pianist died 1971
  • 29 August - Werner Forssmann, physician and Nobel Prize in Medicine laureate died 1979
  • 30 August - Friedrich von Mellenthin, Army general died 1997
  • 1 September - Karl Ernst, Sturmabteilung leader died 1934
  • 8 September - Karl Hessenberg, mathematician died 1959
  • 14 September - Walter Meyer, rower died 1949
  • 1 October - Hermann Ehlers, politician died 1954
  • 3 October - Ernst-Günther Schenck, SS officer died 1998
  • 21 October - Basilea Schlink, founder and leader of the Evangelical Sisterhood of Mary died 2001
  • 23 October - Maximilien de Furstenberg, Roman Catholic cardinal died 1988
  • 12 November - Edmund Veesenmayer, Nazi politician died 1977
  • 13 November - Günter Reimann, communist activist died 2005
  • 13 November - Peter Yorck von Wartenburg, jurist and Resistance fighter
  • 26 November - Bernhard Krüger, SS officer died 1989
  • 4 December - Albert Norden, politician died 1982
  • 11 December - Felix Nussbaum, surrealist painter died 1944
  • 17 December - Josef-Franz Eckinger, Army officer
  • 25 December - Gerhard Herzberg, German-Canadian chemist and physicist died 1999
  • 30 December - Edith Schultze-Westrum, actress died 1981
  • Date unknown - Heinz Kloss, linguist died 1987
  • Date unknown - Wolfgang Stresemann, orchestra leader died 1998

Deaths

  • 4 January - Friedrich Jolly, neurologist
  • 5 January - Karl Alfred von Zittel, palaeontologist
  • 6 January - Friedrich von Hefner-Alteneck, electrical engineer
  • 10 January - Christian August Friedrich Garcke, botanist
  • 20 January - Albert von Maybach, railway manager
  • 24 January - Frederick I, Duke of Anhalt, nobleman
  • 24 February - Ernst von Prittwitz und Gaffron, Prussian general
  • 5 March - Alfred von Waldersee, Field Marshal
  • 22 March - Karl Moritz Schumann, botanist
  • 1 April - Otto von Böhtlingk, Indologist
  • 6 May - Franz von Lenbach, painter
  • 21 May - Duke Paul Frederick of Mecklenburg, nobleman
  • 24 May - Duchess Maria Isabella of Württemberg, noblewoman
  • 30 May - Frederick William, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, nobleman
  • 5 July - Franz Martin Hilgendorf, zoologist
  • 4 August - Christoph von Sigwart, philosopher
  • 5 August - Karl Weigert, pathologist
  • 9 August - Friedrich Ratzel, geographer
  • 26 August - Franz Riegel, internist
  • 3 September - Heinrich Koebner, dermatologist
  • 18 September - Herbert von Bismarck, politician
  • 26 September - Ernest II, Count of Lippe-Biesterfeld, nobleman, regent of the Principality of Lippe
  • 8 October - Clemens Winkler, chemist who discovered germanium
  • 15 October - George, King of Saxony
  • 29 October - Emil Schlagintweit, scholar of Tibetan Buddhism
  • 10 November - Alphons Stübel, geologist and vulcanologist
  • 19 November - Hans von Hopfen, writer
  • 2 December - Prince Frederick of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, nobleman
  • 20 December - Alexandrine of Baden 1820–1904, noblewoman
  • 25 December - Guido Bodländer, chemist
  • Date unknown - Gustav Kessler, trade unionist
  • Date unknown - Eduard von Martens, zoologist
  • Date unknown - Carl August Wilhelm Schwacke, botanist

References

  1. ^ Lovis Corinth
  2. ^ Carolyn Helen Kay, Art and the German Bourgeoisie: Alfred Lichtwark and Modern Painting in Hamburg, 1886–1914, Buffalo NY, 2002, p 103
  3. ^ Allain, Jean 2004 International Law in the Middle East: Closer to Power Than Justice London: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd ISBN 978-0-7546-2436-3, p 53

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