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MCMXV
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4611 or 4551
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乙卯年 (Wood  Rabbit)
4612 or 4552
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2041 or 1660 or 888
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1915 (MCMXV) was a common year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar  and a common year starting on Thursday of the Julian calendar, the 1915th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 915th year of the 2nd millennium, the 15th year of the 20th century, and the 6th year of the 1910s decade. As of the start of 1915, the Gregorian calendar was 13 days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923.

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Events

Below, the events of World War I have the "WWI" prefix.

January 1: HMS Formidable, sunk by a German U-boat. HMS Formidable 1898.jpg
January 1: HMS Formidable, sunk by a German U-boat.

January

January 28: United States Coast Guard military branch Seal of the U.S. Coast Guard.svg
January 28: United States Coast Guard military branch

February

March

March 14: WWI: SMS Dresden, forced to scuttle by the Royal Navy. SMS Dresden German Cruiser LOC 16727.jpg
March 14: WWI: SMS Dresden, forced to scuttle by the Royal Navy.

April

May 7: WWI: RMS Lusitania, sunk by a German U-boat. RMS Luisitania.jpg
May 7: WWI: RMS Lusitania, sunk by a German U-boat.

May

June

July

August

August: Destruction by the 1915 Galveston hurricane. Galveston Hurricane 1915 wrecked home.jpg
August: Destruction by the 1915 Galveston hurricane.

September

October

November

December

Date unknown

Births

Births
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January

Fernando Lamas Fernando Lamas circa mid 1960s.JPG
Fernando Lamas
Santiago Carrillo Santiago Carrillo firmando en la Feria del Libro de Madrid en 2006.jpg
Santiago Carrillo
Joachim Peiper Bundesarchiv Bild 183-R65485, Joachim Peiper.jpg
Joachim Peiper

February

Robert Hofstadter Robert Hofstadter.jpg
Robert Hofstadter
Teoctist Arapasu Patriarch-Teoctist.jpg
Teoctist Arăpașu
Lorne Greene Lorne Greene - 1969.jpg
Lorne Greene
Ann Sheridan Ann Sheridan Argentinean Magazine AD.jpg
Ann Sheridan
Paul Tibbets Paul W. Tibbets.JPG
Paul Tibbets

March

Laszlo Csatary Csatary Laszlo.jpg
László Csatáry
Jacques Chaban-Delmas Jacques Chaban-Delmas-1 (cropped).jpg
Jacques Chaban-Delmas

April

Piet de Jong Piet de Jong 2011 (1).jpg
Piet de Jong
Billie Holiday (Portrait of Billie Holiday and Mister, Downbeat, New York, N.Y., ca. Feb. 1947) (LOC) (5020400274).jpg
Billie Holiday
Harry Morgan Harry Morgan in 1975.JPG
Harry Morgan
Anthony Quinn Anthony Quinn publicity photo unknown date (cropped).jpg
Anthony Quinn

May

Orson Welles Orson Welles 1937.jpg
Orson Welles
Paul Samuelson Paul Samuelson.jpg
Paul Samuelson
Mario Monicelli MarioMonicelli.jpg
Mario Monicelli

June

Les Paul Les Paul live 3.jpg
Les Paul
David Rockefeller David Rockefeller - NARA - 195929 (cropped).jpg
David Rockefeller
Mariano Rumor Bundesarchiv B 145 Bild-F054628-0037, Ludwigshafen, CDU-Bundesparteitag, Rumor.jpg
Mariano Rumor

July

Arthur Rothstein Arthur Rothstein 8a22587r (retouch).jpg
Arthur Rothstein
Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Navy.JPG
Joseph P. Kennedy Jr.

August

Ingrid Bergman Ingrid Bergman, Gaslight 1944.jpg
Ingrid Bergman
Princess Lilian Lilian of Sweden 1940s as Mrs. Craig.jpg
Princess Lilian

September

Franz Josef Strauss Franz Josef Strauss 1982.jpg
Franz Josef Strauss
German Valdes German Valdes Tin Tan, circa 1950s (cropped).jpg
Germán Valdés

October

Arthur Miller Arthur-miller.jpg
Arthur Miller
Yitzhak Shamir Yitzhak Shamir (1980).jpg
Yitzhak Shamir

November

Sargent Shriver Sargent Shriver 1961.jpg
Sargent Shriver

December

Eli Wallach Eli Wallach - publicity.jpg
Eli Wallach
Frank Sinatra Frank Sinatra '57.jpg
Frank Sinatra
Curd Juergens Curd Juergens by Gunter Rittner 1980.jpg
Curd Juergens

Deaths

January

Wyndham Halswelle Wyndham Halswelle.jpg
Wyndham Halswelle

February

March

Friedrich Loeffler Friedrich Loeffler 3.jpg
Friedrich Loeffler

April

May

June

July

Porfirio Diaz Porfirio diaz.jpg
Porfirio Diaz
Paul Ehrlich Paul Ehrlich 1915.jpg
Paul Ehrlich
Alois Alzheimer Alois Alzheimer 003.jpg
Alois Alzheimer
Charles Tupper TupperUniform.jpg
Charles Tupper

August

September

October

November

Booker T. Washington Booker T Washington retouched flattened-crop.jpg
Booker T. Washington

December

Nobel Prizes

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