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The 1910S (pronounced "nineteen-tens", also abbreviated as the "teens") was a decade of the Gregorian calendar
Gregorian calendar
that began on January 1, 1910, and ended on December 31, 1919. The 1910s
1910s
represented the culmination of European militarism which had its beginnings during the second half of the 19th century. The conservative lifestyles during the first half of the decade, as well as the legacy of military alliances , was forever changed by the assassination , on June 28, 1914, of Archduke
Archduke
Franz Ferdinand , the heir presumptive to the Austro-Hungarian throne . The murder triggered a chain of events in which, within 33 days, World War I
World War I
broke out in Europe
Europe
on July 28th, 1914. The conflict dragged on until a truce was declared on November 11, 1918, leading to the controversial, one-sided Treaty of Versailles , which was signed on June 28, 1919.

The war's end triggered the abdication of various monarchies and the collapse of five of the last modern empires of Russia
Russia
, Germany
Germany
, China
China
, Ottoman Turkey and Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
, with the latter splintered into Austria, Hungary, southern Poland
Poland
(who acquired most of their land in a war with Soviet Russia), Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
and Yugoslavia, as well as the unification of Romania with Transylvania and Moldavia. However, each of these states (with the possible exception of Yugoslavia) had large German and Hungarian minorities, there creating some unexpected problems that would be brought to light in the next two decades. _(See Dissolution of Austro-Hungarian Empire: Successor States for better description of composition of names of successor countries/states following the splinter.)_

The decade was also a period of revolution in a number of countries. The Mexican Revolution
Mexican Revolution
spearheaded the trend in November 1910, which led to the ousting of dictator Porfirio Diaz
Porfirio Diaz
, developing into a violent civil war that dragged on until mid-1920, not long after a new Mexican Constitution was signed and ratified. Russia
Russia
also had a similar fate, since World War I
World War I
led to a collapse in morale as well as to economic chaos. This atmosphere encouraged the establishment of Bolshevism, which was later renamed as communism . Like the Mexican Revolution , the Russian Revolution of 1917, known as the October Revolution , immediately turned to Russian Civil War
Russian Civil War
that dragged until approximately late 1922.

Much of the music in these years was ballroom -themed. Many of the fashionable restaurants were equipped with dance floors. Prohibition in the United States began January 16, 1919, with the ratification of the Eighteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution .

CONTENTS

* 1 Politics and wars

* 1.1 Wars * 1.2 Internal conflicts * 1.3 Major political changes * 1.4 Decolonization and independence

* 2 Assassinations * 3 Disasters * 4 Other significant international events

* 5 Science and technology

* 5.1 Technology * 5.2 Science

* 6 Economics

* 7 Popular culture

* 7.1 Sports * 7.2 Literature and arts

* 7.3 Visual Arts

* 7.3.1 Art movements

* 7.3.1.1 Cubism
Cubism
and related movements * 7.3.1.2 Expressionism
Expressionism
and related movements * 7.3.1.3 Geometric abstractionand related movements * 7.3.1.4 Other movements and techniques

* 7.4 Influential artists

* 8 People

* 8.1 World leaders * 8.2 Politics * 8.3 Entertainers

* 8.4 Sports figures

* 8.4.1 Baseball
Baseball
* 8.4.2 Olympics * 8.4.3 Boxing

* 9 See also

* 9.1 Timeline

* 10 References * 11 Further reading

POLITICS AND WARS

WARS

* World War I
World War I
(1914–1918)

* Assassination
Assassination
of Archduke
Archduke
Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
in Sarajevo
Sarajevo
leads to the outbreak of the First World War * Germany
Germany
signs the Treaty of Versailles
Treaty of Versailles
after losing the first world war. * Armenian Genocide
Armenian Genocide
during and just after World War I. It was characterised by the use of massacres and deportations involving forced marches under conditions designed to lead to the death of the deportees, with the total number of Armenian deaths generally held to have been between one and one-and-a-half million.

* Wadai War(1909–1911) * Italo-Turkish War
Italo-Turkish War
(1911–1912) * First Balkan Wars (1912–1913) – two wars that took place in South-eastern Europe
Europe
in 1912
1912
and 1913. * Saudi-Ottoman War (1913) * Latvian War of Independence(1918-1920) – a military conflict in Latvia
Latvia
between the Republic of Latvia
Latvia
and the Russian SFSR.

INTERNAL CONFLICTS

* October Revolutionin Russia
Russia
results in the overthrow of capitalism and the establishment of the world's first self-proclaimed socialist state ; political upheaval in Russia
Russia
culminating in the establishment of the Russian SFSR and the assassination of Emperor Nicholas II and the royal family. * The Russian Revolution (1917)is the collective term for the series of revolutions in Russia
Russia
in 1917, which destroyed the Tsarist autocracy and led to the creation of the Soviet Union
Soviet Union
. * April 13, 1919
1919
– The Jallianwala Bagh massacre, at Amritsar
Amritsar
in the Punjab Province of British India , sows the seeds of discontent and leads to the birth of the Indian Independence Movement
Indian Independence Movement
. * Xinhai Revolution
Xinhai Revolution
causes the overthrow of China
China
's ruling Qing Dynasty , and the establishment of the Republic of China
China
(1912-1949) . * Mexican Revolution
Mexican Revolution
(1910–1920) Francisco I. Maderoproclaims the elections of 1910
1910
null and void, and calls for an armed revolution at 6 p.m. against the illegitimate presidency/dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz . The revolution lead to the ouster of Porfirio Díaz(who ruled from 1876 to 1880 and since 1884) six months later. The Revolution progressively becomes a civil war with multiple factions and phases, culminating with the Mexican Constitution of 1917
1917
, but combat would persist for three more years.

MAJOR POLITICAL CHANGES

* Germany
Germany
abolishes its monarchy and becomes under the rule of a new elected government called the Weimar Republic
Weimar Republic
. * Federal Reserve Actis passed by United States Congress
United States Congress
, establishing a Central Bank
Central Bank
in the US. * George V
George V
becomes king in Britain. * Dissolution of the German colonial empire, Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire
, Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
and the Russian Empire
Russian Empire
, reorganization of European states, territorial boundaries, and the creation of several new European states and territorial entities: Austria
Austria
, Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
, Estonia
Estonia
, Finland
Finland
, Free City of Danzig
Free City of Danzig
, Hungary
Hungary
, Latvia
Latvia
, Lithuania , Poland
Poland
, Saar , briefly the Ukraine
Ukraine
, and Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia
. * Fourteen Pointsas designed by United States President Woodrow Wilson advocates the right of all nations to self-determination . * Rise to power of the Bolsheviks
Bolsheviks
in Russia
Russia
under Vladimir Lenin
Vladimir Lenin
, creating the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic, the first state committed to the establishment of communism .

DECOLONIZATION AND INDEPENDENCE

* Easter Rising
Easter Rising
against the British in Ireland
Ireland
; eventually leads to Irish independence . * Several nations in Eastern Europe
Europe
get their own nation state, thereby replacing major multiethnic empires. * The Republic of China
China
is established on 1 January 1912.

ASSASSINATIONS

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Archduke
Archduke
Franz Ferdinand .

The 1910s
1910s
were marked by several notable assassinations :

* 18 March 1913: George I of Greece
George I of Greece
* 11 June 1913: Mahmud Şevket Pasha, Grand Vizierof the Ottoman Empire * 28 June 1914: Archduke
Archduke
Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
in Sarajevo
Sarajevo
leads to World War I
World War I
* 17 July 1918: Shooting of former Russian Emperor Nicholas II , his consort , their five children, and four retainers at the Ipatiev House in Yekaterinburg
Yekaterinburg
, Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic following the October Revolutionof 1917, and the usurpation of power by the Bolsheviks
Bolsheviks
. * 10 April 1919
1919
Emiliano Zapata
Emiliano Zapata

DISASTERS

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_ Sinking of the Titanic .

* The RMS Titanic_ , a British ocean liner which was the largest and most luxurious ship at that time, struck an iceberg and sunk 2 hours and forty minutes later in the North Atlantic
North Atlantic
during its maiden voyage on 15 April 1912. 1,517 people perished in the disaster. * On 7 May 1915, the British ocean liner RMS _Lusitania_ was torpedoed by _U-20_ , a German U-boat
U-boat
, off the Old Head of Kinsalein Ireland
Ireland
and sunk in 18 minutes. 1,198 lives were lost, including 128 Americans. The sinking proved to be a factor in the American decision to enter World War I
World War I
two years later. * From 1918
1918
through 1920, the Spanish flu
Spanish flu
killed 20 to 100 million people worldwide. * In 1916, the Netherlands
Netherlands
was hit by a North Sea
North Sea
storm that flooded the lowlands and killed 10,000 people. * From July 1-July 12, 1916, a series of shark attacks, known as the Jersey Shore shark attacks of 1916
1916
occurred along the Jersey Shore killing four and injuring one. * On 11 January 1914, Sakurajimaerupted which resulted in the death of 35 people. In addition to that, the surrounding islands were consumed. Also an isthmus was created between Sakurajimaand the main land.

OTHER SIGNIFICANT INTERNATIONAL EVENTS

* The Panama Canal
Panama Canal
is completed in 1914. * World War I
World War I
from 1914
1914
until 1918
1918
dominates the Western world. * Hiram Bingham rediscovers Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu
on July 24, 1911.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

TECHNOLOGY

_ British World War I
World War I
Mark V tank
Mark V tank

* Gideon Sundbackpatented the first modern zipper . * Harry Brearleyinvented stainless steel . * Charles Striteinvented the first pop-up bread toaster . * The Model T Forddominated the automobile market, selling more than all other makers combined in 1914. * The army tank was invented. Tanks in World War I
World War I
were used by the British Army
British Army
, the French Army
French Army
and the German Army .

SCIENCE

* In 1916, Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein
's theory of general relativity . * Max von Laue
Max von Laue
discovers the diffraction of x-rays by crystals . * In 1912, Alfred Wegener
Alfred Wegener
puts forward his theory of continental drift .

ECONOMICS

* In the years 1910
1910
and 1911, there was a minor economic depression known as the Panic of 1910- 1911
1911
, which was followed by the enforcement of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act.

POPULAR CULTURE

* Radio programmingbecomes popular. * Flying Squadron of Americapromotes temperance movement in the United States . * Edith Smith Davisedits the Temperance Educational Quarterly . * The first U.S. feature film , _ Oliver Twist
Oliver Twist
_, was released in 1912. * The first mob film , D. W. Griffith's _The Musketeers of Pig Alley _ was released in 1912. * Hollywood, California
Hollywood, California
, replaces the East Coast as the center of the movie industry. * Charlie Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin
débuts his trademark mustached, baggy-pants "Little Tramp " character in _ Kid Auto Races at Venice_ in 1914. * The first African American
African American
owned studio, the Lincoln Motion Picture Company , was founded in 1917. * The four Warner brothers , (from older to younger) Harry , Albert , Samuel , and Jack opened their first West Coast studio in 1918. * The first crossword puzzle was published in 1913. * The first jazz music is recorded. * The Salvation Army
Salvation Army
has a new international leader, General Bramwell Booth
Bramwell Booth
who served from 1912
1912
to 1929. He replaces his father and co-founder of the Christian Mission (the forerunner of the Salvation Army), William Booth.

SPORTS

* 1912
1912
Summer Olympics were held in Stockholm
Stockholm
, Sweden. * 1916
1916
Summer Olympics were cancelled because of World War I
World War I
.

LITERATURE AND ARTS

See also: List of years
List of years
in literature § 1910s
1910s

* D. H. Lawrence
D. H. Lawrence
publishes _ Sons and Lovers
Sons and Lovers
_ * _ Of Human Bondage_ by Somerset Maughamis published * _ Tarzan of the Apes
Tarzan of the Apes
_ by Edgar Rice Burroughsis published * Zane Grey's _Wild Fire _ is published * _ Dubliners
Dubliners
_ and _ A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
_ by James Joyce
James Joyce
are published * _Pygmalion _ by George Bernard Shaw
George Bernard Shaw
is published * Thomas Mann
Thomas Mann
publishes _ Death in Venice_ * Willa Catherpublishes _Alexander\'s Bridge _, _ O Pioneers!
O Pioneers!
_, _ The Song of the Lark_ and _ My Ántonia_ * End of Art Nouveau
Art Nouveau
and beginning of Art Deco
Art Deco

VISUAL ARTS

*

Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso
, _Portrait of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler,_ 1910, The Art Institute of Chicago
Chicago
. Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso
and Georges Braque
Georges Braque
co-invent Cubism
Cubism
, revolutionizing the art of painting and advancing the concepts of Modern art
Modern art
and Modernism
Modernism
. *

Henri Matisse
Henri Matisse
, _L\'Atelier Rouge _, 1911, oil on canvas, 162 × 130 cm., The Museum of Modern Art, New York City
New York City
*

Marcel Duchamp
Marcel Duchamp
, _Fountain ,_ 1917, Duchamp introduces his _Readymades_, as an example of Dada
Dada
and Anti-art. Photograph by Alfred Stieglitz
Alfred Stieglitz
*

Armory Show
Armory Show
poster, 1913, Internationally groundbreaking exhibition of Modern art
Modern art

See also: Armory Show
Armory Show
and History of painting
History of painting

The 1913
1913
Armory Show
Armory Show
in New York City
New York City
was a seminal event in the history of Modern Art
Modern Art
. Innovative contemporaneous artists from Europe and the United States exhibited together in a massive group exhibition in New York City, and Chicago
Chicago
.

Art Movements

* Imagism

Cubism
Cubism
And Related Movements

* Proto- Cubism
Cubism
* Crystal
Crystal
Cubism
Cubism
* Orphism * Section d\'Or * Synchromism * Futurism
Futurism

Expressionism
Expressionism
And Related Movements

* Symbolism * Blaue Reiter * Die Brücke

Geometric Abstraction And Related Movements

* Suprematism * De Stijl * Constructivism

Other Movements And Techniques

* Surrealism
Surrealism
* Dada
Dada
* Collage
Collage

INFLUENTIAL ARTISTS

* Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso
* Georges Braque
Georges Braque
* Henri Matisse
Henri Matisse
* Jean Metzinger
Jean Metzinger
* Marcel Duchamp
Marcel Duchamp
* Wassily Kandinsky
Wassily Kandinsky
* Albert Gleizes
Albert Gleizes
* Kasimir Malevich * Giorgio de Chirico
Giorgio de Chirico

PEOPLE

WORLD LEADERS

* Prime Minister Alfred Deakin
Alfred Deakin
(Australia) * Prime Minister Andrew Fisher
Andrew Fisher
(Australia) * Prime Minister Joseph Cook(Australia) * Prime Minister Billy Hughes(Australia) * Emperor Franz Josef ( Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
) * Emperor Karl (Austria-Hungary) * Prime Minister Sir Robert Borden(Canada) * Emperor Henry Pu Yiof the Qing Dynasty
Qing Dynasty
(China) * Sun Yat-sen, President of the Republic of China
China
* Yuan Shikai
Yuan Shikai
, President of the Republic of China
China
and briefly Emperor * Xu Shichang, President of the Republic of China
China
* Sultan Hussein Kamel of Egypt * Sultan Fuad I of Egypt
Fuad I of Egypt
* Kaiser Wilhelm II ( Germany
Germany
) * Chancellor Theobald von Bethmann Hollweg( Germany
Germany
) * King Victor Emmanuel III (Italy) * Pope Pius X * Pope Benedict XV * Sultan Vahidettin ( Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire
) * Ahmad Shah Qajar
Ahmad Shah Qajar
(Persia ) * Tsar Nicholas II ( Russia
Russia
) * Minister-Chairman Georgy Lvov( Russia
Russia
) * Minister-Chairman Alexander Kerensky
Alexander Kerensky
( Russia
Russia
) * Chairman Lev Kamenev
Lev Kamenev
( Russia
Russia
) * King Peter I of Serbia
Peter I of Serbia
* King Alfonso XIII
Alfonso XIII
(Spain) * Prime Minister José Canalejas(Spain) * Prime Minister Eduardo Dato Iradier(Spain) * George V
George V
( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
) * Prime Minister H. H. Asquith
H. H. Asquith
(United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) * Prime Minister David Lloyd George
David Lloyd George
(United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) * President William Howard Taft
William Howard Taft
(United States) * President Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
(United States)

POLITICS

* John Barrett , Director-general Organization of American States * Georges Louis Beer, Chairman Permanent Mandates Commission * Henry P. Davison, Chairman International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies * Sir James Eric Drummond, Secretary-general League of Nations * Emil Frey, Director International Telecommunication Union * Christian Louis Lange, Secretary-general Inter-Parliamentary Union * Baron Louis Paul Marie Hubert Michiels van Verduynen, Secretary-general Permanent Court of Arbitration * William E. Rappard, Secretary-general International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies * Eugène Ruffy, Director Universal Postal Union * William Napier Shaw, President World Meteorological Organization * Albert Thomas , Director International Labour Organization * Grigory Yevseyevich Zinoviev, Chairman of the Executive Committee Communist International

ENTERTAINERS

* Fatty Arbuckle
Fatty Arbuckle
* Theda Bara
Theda Bara
* Richard Barthelmess
Richard Barthelmess
* Béla Bartók * Irving Berlin
Irving Berlin
* Ben Black * Eubie Blake * Shelton Brooks * Lew Brown * Tom Brown * Anne Caldwell * Eddie Cantor * Enrico Caruso
Enrico Caruso
* Charlie Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin
* Lon Chaney * George M. Cohan * Henry Creamer * Bebe Daniels
Bebe Daniels
* Cecil B. DeMille
Cecil B. DeMille
* Buddy De Sylva * Walter Donaldson * Marie Dressler * Eddie Edwards * Gus Edwards * Douglas Fairbanks
Douglas Fairbanks
* Fred Fisher * John Ford * George Gershwin
George Gershwin
* Beniamino Gigli * Dorothy Gish * Lillian Gish
Lillian Gish
* Samuel Goldwyn * D. W. Griffith * W. C. Handy * Otto Harbach * Lorenz Hart * Victor Herbert
Victor Herbert
* Harry Houdini * Charles Ives * Tony Jackson * Emil Jannings
Emil Jannings
* William Jerome * Al Jolson * Gus Kahn * Gustave Kahn * Buster Keaton
Buster Keaton
* Jerome David Kern * Ring Lardner
Ring Lardner
* Nick LaRocca * Harry Lauder
Harry Lauder
* Florence Lawrence * Ted Lewis * Harold Lloyd * Charles McCarron * Joseph McCarthy * Winsor McCay
Winsor McCay
* Oscar Micheaux * Mae Murray * Alla Nazimova * Pola Negri
Pola Negri
* Anna Q. Nilsson * Ivor Novello
Ivor Novello
* Alcide Nunez * Geoffrey O\'Hara * Sidney Olcott
Sidney Olcott
* Jack Pickford * Mary Pickford
Mary Pickford
* Armand J. Piron * Cole Porter
Cole Porter
* Richard Rodgers
Richard Rodgers
* Sigmund Romberg * Jean Schwartz * Mack Sennett
Mack Sennett
* Larry Shields * Chris Smith * Erich von Stroheim * Arthur Sullivan * Gloria Swanson
Gloria Swanson
* Wilber Sweatman * Blanche Sweet * Albert Von Tilzer * Harry Von Tilzer
Harry Von Tilzer
* Sophie Tucker
Sophie Tucker
* Pete Wendling * Pearl White * Bert Williams
Bert Williams
* Clarence Williams * Harry Williams * Spencer Williams * P. G. Wodehouse
P. G. Wodehouse
* Mabel Normand

SPORTS FIGURES

Baseball

See also: History of baseball in the United States

* Honus Wagner, (American baseball player) * Christy Mathewson, (American baseball player) * Walter Johnson
Walter Johnson
, (American baseball player) * Ty Cobb
Ty Cobb
, (American baseball player) * Tris Speaker, (American baseball player) * Nap Lajoie, (American baseball player) * Eddie Collins, (American baseball player)

Olympics

See also: Art competitions at the Summer Olympics

* Jim Thorpe
Jim Thorpe

Boxing

* Jack Dempsey
Jack Dempsey
* Jess Willard

SEE ALSO

* 1910s
1910s
in literature

TIMELINE

The following articles contain brief timelines which list the most prominent events of the decade:

1910
1910
1911
1911
1912
1912
1913
1913
1914
1914
1915
1915
1916
1916
• 1917 • 1918
1918
1919
1919

REFERENCES

* ^ Dictionary of Genocide, by Samuel Totten, Paul Robert Bartrop, Steven L. Jacobs, Greenwood Publishing Group, 2008, ISBN 0-313-34642-9 , p. 19 * ^ Intolerance: a general survey, by Lise Noël, Arnold Bennett, 1994, ISBN 0773511873 , p. 101 * ^ Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Society, by Richard T. Schaefer, 2008, p. 90 * ^ Friedel, Robert D (1996). _ Zipper
Zipper
: an Exploration in Novelty_. New York: Norton. p. 94. ISBN 0393313654 . OCLC
OCLC
757885297 . * ^ "A Non-Rusting Steel: Sheffield Invention Especially Good for Table Cutlery.". _The New York Times_. 1914-01-31. Retrieved 2017-05-11. * ^ Brinkley, Douglas (2004). _Wheels for the world : Henry Ford, his company, and a century of progress, 1903-2003_. Penguin Books. ISBN 9780142004395 . OCLC
OCLC
796971541 . * ^ Watson, Greig (2014-02-24). "World War One: The tank\'s secret Lincoln origins". _BBC News_. Retrieved 2017-05-11. * ^ O'Conner, J.J.; Robertson, E.F. (May 1996). "General relativity". _www.st-andrews.ac.uk_. University of St. Andrews. Retrieved 2017-05-11. * ^ "Gerade auf LeMO gesehen: LeMO Bestand: Biografie". _www.dhm.de_ (in German). Stiftung Deutsches Historisches Museum. 2014-09-14. Retrieved 2017-05-11. * ^ Demhardt, Imre (2012) . "Alfred Wegeners Hypothesis on Continental Drift and its Discussion in Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen" (PDF). _Polarforschung_. 75: 29–35. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-10-04.

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FURTHER READING

* _Britannica Year-book 1913_. (covers 1910-1912)

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