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April 1

What happened on April 1?

We celebrate in style on this wonderful day. With bubbles in champagne and bubbles made out of chewing gum! The Wrigley Company was founded in Chicago in 1891.

Technology giants Apple (established in 1976) and SAP (1972) celebrate as well.

Google’s e-mail service Gmail was announced to the public on this day in 2004.
The British Royal Air Force is created by the merger of the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service in 1918. And Nickelodeon launched in the United States in 1979.

Russian singer Sergey Lazarev (*1983) lets his voice through the room and fellow Russian & composer Sergei Rachmaninoff (*1873) plays his happy tunes on the piano!

Dutch ice skater Ireen Wust (*1986) starts her 10km journey, whilst Oranje football legend Clarence Seedorf (*1976) shows off his tricks to the crowd.

All is professionally analyzed by TV host Phillip Schofield (*1962) and documented by Czech novelist and playwright Milan Kundera (*1929).



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Birthdays & events January 1

What happened on April 1?

Birthdays April 1

Sergey Lazarev
Sergei Rachmaninoff
Ireen Wust
Clarence Seedorf
Phillip Schofield
Milan Kundera

Events April 1

Google’s e-mail service Gmail was announced to the public
The British Royal Air Force is created
Nickelodeon launched in the United States

Companies founded April 1

The Wrigley Company
Apple
SAP