Sunday 4 December 1932
It was Sunday, under the sign of Sagittarius. The US president was Herbert Hoover (Republican).
Famous people born on this day include Edgar Valcarcel and Joanne Battiste.
A Farewell to Arms, directed by Frank Borzage, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1932
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- Roman festivals - secret ceremonies in honor of Bona Dea
- R.C. Saints - Saint John of Damascus: optional memorial; also Saint Barbara
- Santerfa, Lukumf - Day of Shango
- International Hug Day. See Also: January 21st, National Hugging Day
- Navy Day in India
- Edgar Valcarcel: Composer.
- Joanne Battiste: Artist (heroines).
- Roh Tae Woo in Taegu: South Korea; President of South Korea (1988-93).
- James Cheek: American professor of theology, university president.
- Ian Channel: British-born New Zealander eccentric, known as 'The Wizard of New Zealand,' famous as the country’s only official Wizard In the 1950s he drifted, serving a stint in the Royal Air Force, working as a saleperson and teaching in the Middle East.
- François Deguelt: French cabaret singer, author and composer, best known for participating in the Eurovision Contests on behalf of Monaco (1960 and 62). In 1960, he was ranked third, and second in 1962. His huge hit was titled "Le Ciel, le Soleil, et la Mer" (1965).
- Roh Tae-woo: South Korean general and politician 6th President of South Korea
- Gustav Meyrink: Austrian occultist, novelist, journalist and banker, most famous for "Der Golem," and "The Green Face," best-sellers in the '20s.
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