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* 1920 – Francis Lynch, American politician ( d. 1993 )
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They won the first eight matches in succession including a 5 – 0 whitewash in 1920 – 1921 at the hands of Warwick Armstrong's team.
The Ashes resumed after the war when England toured in 1946 – 47, and as in 1920 – 21, found that Australia had made the best post-war recovery.
* 1908 – The Territorial Force ( renamed Territorial Army in 1920 ) is formed as a volunteer reserve component of the British Army.
1920 and Francis
Kurt Schwitters developed what he called sound poems, while Francis Picabia and Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes composed Dada music performed at the Festival Dada in Paris on 26 May 1920.
* Togoland was split into British Togoland ( under an Administrator, a post filled by the colonial Governor of the British Gold Coast ( present Ghana ) except 30 September 1920 – 11 October 1923 Francis Walter Fillon Jackson ) and French Togoland ( under a Commissioner ) ( United Kingdom and France ), 20 July 1922 separate Mandates, transformed on 13 December 1946 into United Nations trust territories, French Togo Associated Territory ( under a Commissioner till 30 August 1956, then under a High Commissioner as Autonomous Republic of Togo ) and British Togoland ( as before ; on 13 December 1956 it ceased to exist as it became part of Ghana )
Diaghilev commissioned ballet music from composers such as Nikolai Tcherepnin ( Narcisse et Echo, 1911 ), Claude Debussy ( Jeux, 1913 ), Maurice Ravel ( Daphnis et Chloé, 1912 ), Erik Satie ( Parade, 1917 ), Manuel de Falla ( El Sombrero de Tres Picos, 1917 ), Richard Strauss ( Josephslegende, 1914 ), Sergei Prokofiev ( Ala and Lolly, rejected by Diaghilev and turned into the Scythian Suite ; Chout, 1915 revised 1920 ; Le pas d ' acier, 1926 ; and The Prodigal Son, 1929 ), Ottorino Respighi ( La Boutique fantasque, 1918 ), Francis Poulenc ( Les biches, 1923 ) and others.
His books of poetry include Poems 1913 and 1914 ( 1914 ); Poems Translated from the French ( 1914 ); Three Poems ( 1916 ); The Barn ( 1916 ); The Silver Bird of Herndyke Mill ; Stane Street ; The Gods of the World Beneath, ( 1916 ); The Harbingers ( 1916 ); Pastorals ( 1916 ); The Waggoner and Other Poems ( 1920 ); The Shepherd, and Other Poems of Peace and War ( 1922 ); Old Homes ( 1922 ); To Nature: New Poems ( 1923 ); Dead Letters ( 1923 ); Masks of Time: A New Collection of Poems Principally Meditative ( 1925 ); Japanese Garland ( 1928 ); Retreat ( 1928 ); Winter Nights: A Reminiscence ( 1928 ); Near and Far: New Poems ( 1929 ); A Summer's Fancy ( 1930 ); To Themis: Poems on Famous Trials ( 1931 ); Constantia and Francis: An Autumn Evening, ( 1931 ); Halfway House: A Miscellany of New Poems, ( 1932 ); Choice or Chance: New Poems ( 1934 ); Verses: To H. R. H. The Duke of Windsor, ( 1936 ); An Elegy and Other Poems ( 1937 ); On Several Occasions ( 1938 ); Poems, 1930-1940 ( 1940 ); Shells by a Stream ( 1944 ); After the Bombing, and Other Short Poems ( 1949 ); Eastward: A Selection of Verses Original and Translated ( 1950 ); Records of Friendship ( 1950 ); A Hong Kong House ( 1959 ); Poems on Japan ( 1967 ).
* French — Alleaume, Ludovic: Poor Pierrot ( 1915 ); Derain, André: Pierrot ( 1923 – 1924 ), Harlequin and Pierrot ( c. 1924 ); Gabain, Ethel: Many works, including Pierrot ( 1916 ), Pierrot's Love-letter ( 1917 ), and Unfaithful Pierrot ( 1919 ); La Fresnaye, Roger de: Study for " Pierrot " ( 1921 ); La Touche, Gaston de: Pierrot's Greeting ( n. d .); Laurens, Henri: Pierrot ( c. 1922 ); Matisse, Henri: The Burial of Pierrot ( 1943 ); Mossa, Gustav Adolf: Pierrot and the Chimera ( 1906 ), Pierrot Takes His Leave ( 1906 ), Pierrot and His Doll ( 1907 ); Picabia, Francis: Pierrot ( early 1930s ); Renoir, Pierre-Auguste: White Pierrot ( 1901 / 1902 ); Rouault, Georges: Many works, including White Pierrot ( 1911 ), Pierrot ( 1920 ), Pierrot ( 1937 – 1938 ), Pierrot ( or Pierrette ) ( 1939 ), Aristocratic Pierrot ( 1942 ), The Wise Pierrot ( 1943 ), Blue Pierrots with Bouquet ( c. 1946 ).
Pierre Francis de Marigny Berton, ( July 12, 1920 – November 30, 2004 ) was a noted Canadian author of non-fiction, especially Canadiana and Canadian history, and was a well-known television personality and journalist.
From 1920 and into 1921 Michelson and Francis G. Pease became the first individuals to measure the diameter of a star other than the Sun.
* Francis Lynde Stetson ( 1846 – 1920 ), lawyer and designer of the Botanical Gardens at Skylands Manor.
In addition to the encyclicals mentioned, he issued In Hac Tanta on St. Boniface ( 14 May 1919 ), Paterno Iam Diu on the Children of Central Europe ( 24 November 1919 ), Pacem, Dei Munus Pulcherrimum on Peace and Christian Reconciliation ( 23 May 1920 ), Spiritus Paraclitus on St. Jerome ( September 1920 ), Principi Apostolorum Petro on St. Ephram the Syrian ( 5 October 1920 ), Annus Iam Plenus also on Children in Central Europe ( 1 December 1920 ), Sacra Propediem on the Third Order of St. Francis ( 6 January 1921 ), In Praeclara Summorum on Dante ( 30 April 1921 ), and Fausto Appetente Die on St. Dominic ( 29 June 1921 ).
In Spring 2011, Francis M. Naumann Fine Art showed an exhibition, Inhabiting Abstraction, including important examples from every significant phase and development in the realm of abstraction that Crotti explored, as well as one-of-a-kind works such as " Parterre de reve " ( 1920 ), in which he framed his painting palette and then signed it.
In 1920 Suzanne showed several of her works at the Salon des Indépendants in Paris, along with Francis Picabia and Crotti.
Richard Stanley " Dick " Francis CBE FRSL ( 31 October 1920 – 14 February 2010 ) was a British steeplechase jockey and crime writer, whose novels centre around horse racing in England, while also featuring a variety of locations and occupations.
Sir Francis Hyde Villiers, fourth and youngest son of the fourth Earl, was a diplomat and served as British Ambassador to Belgium from 1919 to 1920.
From 1820 to 1920 over 4, 400, 000 Irish emigrated to the USA, creating an Irish diaspora in Chicago ( see Francis O ' Neill ), Boston, New York and other cities.
Daniel Francis Galouye ( 11 February 1920 – 7 September 1976 ) was an American science fiction writer.