Died on This Day (10-Feb)
|Roderick "Rod" Lemonde MacFarquhar was a British China scholar, politician, and journalist.
|Michael Ilitch Sr. was an American entrepreneur, founder and owner of the international fast food franchise Little Caesars Pizza.
|Stuart Henry McPhail Hall FBA was a Jamaican-born British Marxist sociologist, cultural theorist, and political activist.
|Judith Susan Sheindlin , known professionally as Judge Judy, is an American court show arbitrator, media personality, television producer, author, women's advancement philanthropist and former prosecutor and Manhattan family court judge.
|Charles Nesbitt Wilson was a United States naval officer and former 12-term Democratic United States Representative from Texas's 2nd congressional district.
|Nils Sigurd Aas was a Norwegian sculptor. He was one of the most prominent artists in modern Norwegian sculpture and is particularly well known for his statue of Haakon VII, located in the June Seventh Square in Oslo, and for designing coins for Norwegian currency, including 10-krone and 20-krone coins.
|Paul Landry Monette was an American author, poet, and activist best known for his books about gay relationships.
|Wellesley Hastings "Wels" Eicke was an Australian rules footballer in the Victorian Football League .
|Australian rules footballer and coach
|George Wilhelm Kettmann or George Kettmann Jr. was a Dutch poet, writer, journalist and publisher who promoted Nazism in the Netherlands.
|Dutch writer and publisher
|Hilaire Hurteau was a notary and political figure in Quebec.
|Bevan Ernest Congdon OBE was a New Zealand cricket all-rounder who played 61 Test matches and 11 One Day Internationals from 1965 to 1978, which included a spell as captain.
|New Zealand cricket all-rounder
|Andrew Lindsay Lewis Jr. , generally known as Drew Lewis, was an American businessman and politician from the state of Pennsylvania.
|US Secretary of Transportation
|David Hartman was an American-Israeli leader and philosopher of contemporary Judaism, founder of the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem, Israel, and a Jewish author.
|American rabbi and philosopher
|Józef Mirosław Życiński was a Polish philosopher, publicist, the Roman Catholic Metropolitan Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Lublin and a Professor of the Pontifical Academy of Theology in Rome, Pontifical University of John Paul II in Cracow and Catholic University of Lublin.
|Polish bishop, archbishop, philosopher, publisher
|Arthur Asher Miller was an American playwright, essayist and screenwriter in the 20th-century American theater.
|American playwright and essayist
|Roger Vadim Plemiannikov was a French screenwriter, film director and producer, as well as an author, artist and occasional actor.
|Werner Schröer was a German World War II fighter ace credited with shooting down 114 enemy aircraft.
|German World War II fighter pilot
|Nikos Kavvadias was a Greek poet, writer and a sailor by profession.
|Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott was a British architect and artist.
|Francesco Podesti was an Italian painter, active in a Romantic style.