French Open Mixed Doubles Winners 1925 – Present

French Open Mixed Doubles Roland Garros

This timeline gives a chronological listing of the winners of the French Open Mixed Doubles Tennis Competition

It is played over 2 weeks, late May/ early June on clay courts.
The French Open Mixed doubles competition has been played every year with the exception of the war years 1940 – 1945.

See also: Wimbledon Mixed Doubles Winners
French Open Women’s Doubles Winners
French Open Men’s Doubles Winners

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French Open Women’s Doubles Winners 1925 – Present

French Open Women's Doubles Roland Garros

This timeline gives a chronological listing of the winners of the French Open Women’s Doubles Tennis Competition

It is played over 2 weeks, late May/ early June on clay courts.
The French Open Women’s doubles competition has been played every year with the exception of the war years 1940 – 1945.

See also: Wimbledon Ladies Doubles Winners
French Open Men’s Doubles Winners

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French Open Women’s Singles Winners 1897 – Present

French Open Roland Garros

This timeline gives a chronological listing of the winners of the French Open Women’s Singles Tennis Competition

For the first 27 years it was only open to members of French tennis clubs. The tournament moved to its present location, Roland Garros Stadium, in 1925

It is played over 2 weeks, late May/ early June

See also: French Open Men’s Singles Winners
Wimbledon Ladies Singles Winners

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UK Best Selling Albums by Year 1956 – Present

UK Best Selling Albums

This timeline details the UK best-selling albums by year from 1956 to present day. UK yearly sales and total sales have been included where possible.

Data source – Official Charts Company

See Also: UK Best Selling Singles by Year 
United States Best Selling Albums by Year
Australia Best Selling Albums by Year

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Amendments to the United States Constitution 1791 – Present

United States Constitution

 This timeline details the 27 Amendments to the United States Constitution

Following the American War of Independence, George Washington stressed the importance of a Constitution to set out the terms of government. The document, which consists of seven articles, was ratified in 1788 and came into effect on 4th March 1789. It established the mechanics of the new government. To date there have been twenty-seven amendments to the Constitution. The first ten amendments, which became law in 1791, are also known as the Bill of Rights.

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French Open Men’s Singles Winners 1891 to Present

French Open Roland Garros

This timeline gives a chronological listing of the winners of the French Open Men’s Singles Tennis Competition

For the first 36 years it was only open to members of French tennis clubs. The tournament moved to its present location, Roland Garros Stadium, in 1925

It is played over 2 weeks, late May/ early June

See also: Wimbledon Men’s Singles Winners
French Open Women’s Singles Winners
French Open Men’s Doubles Winners

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Prime Ministers of Australia 1901 – Present

Prime Ministers of Australia - Scott Morrison

A Timeline of Prime Ministers of Australia from 1901 to present day

In 1788 British ships arrived in Sydney, New South Wales and a penal colony was established. Over the next hundred years more colonies were established, each ruled by a Governor responsible to the British Parliament. Each colony had its own laws and travelling from one colony to another meant passing through border controls. At the end of the nineteenth century, after several years of campaigning, the six colonies decided to come together as the Federation of Australia. A constitution was drawn up and approved by the British Parliament and Queen Victoria. The Federation of Australia came into effect on 1st January 1901.

Read morePrime Ministers of Australia 1901 – Present