Wednesday 10 January 1945
It was Wednesday, under the sign of Capricorn. The US president was Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic).
Famous people born on this day include Frank Sinatra Jr in Jersey City and Jennifer Moss.
Tonight and Every Night, directed by Victor Saville, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1945
while Forever Amber by Kathleen Winsor was one of the best selling books.
On TV people were watching La piste aux étoiles (1945 TV Series).
But much more happened that day: find out below..
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Which were the important events of 10 January 1945 ?
- Margaret Thatcher day in the Falkland Islands
- Frank Sinatra Jr in Jersey City: New Jersey, USA; singer/bandleader (Golddiggers).
- Jennifer Moss: English Actress (d. 2006).
- Edward Wiskoski: American wrestler.
- Andrew Dallmeyer: Scottish actor and highly regarded director of over fifty productions.
- Deirdre Flynn: American noted family, daughter of Errol Flynn and Nora Eddington, born while her mom was in Mexico.
- François Macé de Lépinay: French heritage curator, the Inspector General of Historical Monuments and author of the books "Peintures et sculptures du Panthéon" (English: Paintings and Sculptures of the Parthenon) and "Georges De La Tour: vie et œuvre." (English: Georges De La Tour: Life and Works).
- Francis Marmande: French author, musician and journalist for the French newspaper Le Monde since 1977. Marmande currently serves as the director of a modern literature laboratory (Littérature au présent) at University of Paris VII: Denis Diderot.
- Rod Stewart: British musician born to Scottish parents living in London. For his 14th birthday, they gave him a guitar, little knowing that his life was shaped from that moment. As a youth he bummed around Europe and around home in London as a hippie. He joined an R'n'B band as a vocalist and harmonica player in 1963, playing gigs throughout England.
- John Fahey: New Zealand-Australian lawyer and politician 38th Premier of New South Wales
- Gunther von Hagens: German anatomist invented plastination
- Rudolf Borchardt: Writer, dies at 67.
- LA Railway (with 5 streetcar lines) forced to close
- Baseball writers again fail to elect a new Hall of Famer.
- Los Angeles Railway (with five streetcar lines) forced to close.
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