George Victor Green (1887 - 1915)

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George Victor Green
1887 - 1915
Echuca, Australia
December 29, 1915
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Echuca, Australia
George Victor Green was born in 1887 in Echuca, Australia. He was born to Frederick Green and Lydia Maria (Schulz) Green. He died on December 29, 1915 at 28 years old.
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Echuca, Australia
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George Green was born in in Echuca, Australia
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deal/1433(s)' Redoubt Cemetery in R.n. Div."
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Service number: Turkey (including Gallipoli)
Rank: Sapper
Regiment: Royal Marines
Unit/ship/squadron: r.m. Div. Engineers

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George Victor Green passed away on December 29, 1915 at 28 years of age. He was buried in deal/1433(s)' Redoubt Cemetery, R.n. Div.". George was born in 1887 in Echuca, Australia. He was born to Frederick Green and Lydia Maria (Schulz) Green.

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In 1887, in the year that George Victor Green was born, on January 20th, the US Senate gave the US Navy the right to lease Pearl Harbor as a naval base. Pearl Harbor is on the island of Oahu, a part of the Hawaiian Islands. The Navy was given direction to maintain "a coaling and repair station" at the harbor.

In 1893, by the time he was just 6 years old, on February 1st, Thomas Edison's motion picture studio on his laboratory grounds in West Orange New Jersey was completed. The studio was called "Black Maria" and the first movie made and viewed in it was of 3 people pretending to be blacksmiths.

In 1897, he was only 10 years old when in the January 22nd issue of "Engineering", the word "computer" was first used to refer to a mechanical calculation device. Previously - since the 17th century - the term computer meant "one who computes" and referred to human beings who worked with numbers.

In 1905, by the time he was 18 years old, the Niagara Falls conference was held in Fort Erie, Ontario. Led by W.E.B. Du Bois and William Monroe Trotter, a group of African-American men met in opposition to racial segregation and disenfranchisement. Booker T. Washington had been calling for policies of accommodation and conciliation and these two men, along with the others who attended the conference, felt that this was accomplishing nothing. The group was the precursor to the NAACP.

In 1915, in the year of George Victor Green's passing, The Birth of a Nation opened in February. A silent film, it was the most ambitious film to date and is considered a classic. Three hours long, it starred Lillian Gish and was directed by D. W. Griffith. The movie was based on the book The Clansman and told the story of two families (one pro-Union and one pro-Confederate) and their relationship during the Civil War and Reconstruction. The KKK was shown as "a heroic force".

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