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* 1939 1945, the Second Battle of the Atlantic.
Subsequent formalizations were framed as attempts to define " effective calculability " or " effective method "; those formalizations included the Gödel Herbrand Kleene recursive functions of 1930, 1934 and 1935, Alonzo Church's lambda calculus of 1936, Emil Post's " Formulation 1 " of 1936, and Alan Turing's Turing machines of 1936 7 and 1939.
* 1890 Anthony Fokker, Dutch aviation engineer ( d. 1939 )
* 1939 André Ouellet, French-Canadian politician
* 1852 Ferdinand von Lindemann, German mathematician ( d. 1939 )
* 1939 Johnny Raper, Australian rugby league footballer
* 1939 The 1939-40 New York World's Fair opens.
* 1939 NBC inaugurates its regularly scheduled television service in New York City, broadcasting President Franklin D. Roosevelt's N. Y. World's Fair opening day ceremonial address.
* 1939 First flight of the turbojet-powered Heinkel He 178, the world's first jet aircraft.
* 1939 William Least Heat-Moon, American author
* 1939 Edward Patten, American singer-songwriter and producer ( Gladys Knight & the Pips ) ( d. 2005 )
* 1939 Bulle Ogier, French actress
* 1939 Romano Prodi, Italian politician and statesman
* 1939 Hércules Brito Ruas, Brazilian footballer
* 1939 Albert Einstein and Leó Szilárd write a letter to Franklin D. Roosevelt, urging him to begin the Manhattan Project to develop a nuclear weapon.
* 1939 Benjamin Barber, American theorist
* 1939 Wes Craven, American director
* 1939 John W. Snow, American politician, 73rd United States Secretary of the Treasury
* 1984 Marvin Gaye, American singer ( The Moonglows ) ( b. 1939 )
* 2001 Trinh Cong Son, Vietnamese composer ( b. 1939 )
Eastern European theorists include Pyotr Stolypin ( 1862 1911 ) and Alexander Chayanov ( 1888 1939 ) in Russia ; Adolph Wagner ( 1835 1917 ), and Karl Oldenberg in Germany, and Bolesław Limanowski ( 1835 1935 ) in Poland.

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Sir Alan Ayckbourn CBE ( born 12 April 1939 ) is a prolific English playwright.
* 2012 Alan Thorne, Australian anthropologist ( b. 1939 )
The American historians ' Williamson Murray and Alan Millet wrote about Raeder's thinking about Norway: "... since fall 1939, Admiral Raeder had advocated an aggressive policy toward Scandinavia to protect ore shipments and to establish naval bases in the area.
Stuart Alan Kauffman ( b. September 28, 1939 ) is an American theoretical biologist and complex systems researcher who studies the origin of life on Earth.
Alan Youdale is believed to have been guided here by an Aboriginal man, and he then settled here in circa 1939.
In 1939, reporting work done in Plymouth, Alan Hodgkin and Andrew Huxley published a short paper in the journal Nature announcing their achievement of recording action potentials from inside a nerve fibre.
According to Dixon & Godrich ( 1981 ) and Leadbitter and Slaven ( 1968 ), Alan Lomax and the Library of Congress researchers did not record any Delta bluesmen ( or women ) prior to 1941, when he recorded Son House and Willie Brown near Lake Cormorant, Mississippi, and Muddy Waters at Stovall, Mississippi ; however, this claim is disputed as John and Alan Lomax did record Bukka White in 1939, Lead Belly in 1933 and most likely others.
Captain Alan Villiers ( 1903 1982 ) documented the days of sailing trade in the Indian Ocean by sailing on dhows between 1938 and 1939 taking numerous photographs and publishing books on the subject of dhow navigation.
* Alan Hale, Sr. in The Man in the Iron Mask ( 1939 )
* 1939: The Man in the Iron Mask-American black-and-white film directed by James Whale, starring Louis Hayward, Joan Bennett, Warren William and Alan Hale ( as " Porthos ")
* 1979: The Fifth Musketeer also known as Behind the Iron Mask-Austrian / West German film directed by Ken Annakin, with Ursula Andress, Beau Bridges, Cornel Wilde, Lloyd Bridges, José Ferrer, Olivia de Havilland, Rex Harrison and Alan Hale Jr. ( as " Porthos "); remake of the 1939 film
James Alan " Jim " Bouton (; born March 8, 1939 ) is a former American Major League Baseball pitcher.
In 1939 Alan Downie showed that the smallpox vaccines being used in the 20th century and cowpox virus were not the same, but some sorts of cousins.
In 1939, reporting work done in Plymouth, Alan Hodgkin and Andrew Huxley published a short paper in the journal Nature announcing their achievement of recording action potentials from inside a nerve fibre.
Along with Ewing and Alan Vine, he built the first camera designed to go to a depth of 3000 fathoms ( 5. 5 km ), in 1939.
According to the squadron's entry in Flying units of the RAF by Alan Lake, 617 were allocated the unit identification code MZ for the period April to September 1939, even though the unit didn't actually exist at the time.
The initial design of the bombe was produced in 1939 at the UK Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park by Alan Turing, with an important refinement devised in 1940 by Gordon Welchman.
Some of his other movies include If I Had A Million ( 1932 ; an episodic ensemble film in which he plays a forger hiding from police, suddenly given a million dollars with no place to cash the check ), Bolero ( 1934 ; in a rare role as a dancer rather than a gangster ), Limehouse Blues ( 1934 ; with Anna May Wong ), a brutal and fast-paced adaptation of Dashiell Hammett's The Glass Key ( 1935 ; remade in 1942 with Alan Ladd in Raft's role as a result of the success of the remake of Hammett's The Maltese Falcon ), Souls at Sea ( 1937 ; with Gary Cooper ), Spawn of the North ( 1938 ; with Raft garnering top billing over Henry Fonda and John Barrymore ), two with Humphrey Bogart: Invisible Stripes ( 1939 ) and They Drive by Night ( 1940 ), with Bogart in supporting roles, Each Dawn I Die ( 1939 ; with James Cagney and Raft as convicts in prison ), and Manpower ( 1941 ; with Edward G. Robinson and Marlene Dietrich ).
* Every Creature of God is Good ( 1939 ), writing as Alan Gould
* The Viaduct ( 1939 ), writing as Alan Gould
On 1 April 1939, HQ Anti-Aircraft Command ( AAC ) was formed under General Alan Brooke, but on 28 July 1939, he was suddenly moved to command the British Forces and General Sir Frederick Pike took over.

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