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Also in 1905: the Russo-Japanese War concludes, as another Russian Revolution starts; Einstein theorizes "Brownian motion" and files his first paper on relativity; the first blood transfusion takes place; Trans-Siberian Railway opens for business; The Scarlet Pimpernel, Major Barbara, and The Girl of the Golden West debut on stage, and The Merry Widow bows in opera houses; Las Vegas is founded; inventions of safety glass, flame-retardant foam, novocaine, and the radio antenna

Newly in print: The House of Mirth (Wharton); A Little Princess (Burnett); The Clansman (Dixon); The Book of Hours (Rilke); White Fang (London); The Troll Garden (Cather); Where Angels Fear to Tread (Forster); A Diary from Dixie (Chesnut)

Born in 1905: Clara Bow, Joseph Cotten, Joan Crawford (depending whom you believe), Agnes de Mille, Andy Devine, Christian Dior, Tommy Dorsey, Henry Fonda, Kay Francis, Greta Garbo, Thomas Gomez, Lillian Hellman, Howard Hughes, André Jolivet, Myrna Loy, Mantovani, Mikio Naruse, John O'Hara, Otto Preminger, Ayn Rand, Tex Ritter, Thelma Ritter, Jean-Paul Sartre, Takashi Shimura, Albert Speer, Jule Styne, Jean Vigo, Maria von Trapp, Robert Penn Warren, Anna May Wong

Died in 1905: Henry Irving, Jules Verne