Friday 14 June 1946
It was Friday, under the sign of Gemini. The US president was Harry S. Truman (Democratic).
Anna and the King of Siam, directed by John Cromwell, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1946
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Which were the important events of 14 June 1946 ?
- Flag Day (United States)
- Liberation Day (Falkland Islands)
- International Weblogger's Day ? Celebration of the work of webloggers around the world
- World Blood Donor Day  ? Celebration of blood donation on the birthdate of Karl Landsteiner, who discovered ABO blood groups
- Roman Empire ? eighth day of the Vestalia in honor of Vesta
- Mother's Day (Afghanistan)
- United States: Birthday of the U.S. Army
- Ralph McAllister Ingersol II in New York City: New York, USA; newspaper publisher.
- Robert Louis-Dreyfus: French businessman, who had major success as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Adidas-Salomon and Saatchi & Saatchi.
- Donald Trump: American entrepreneur who made a fortune estimated at $1 billion by finding and buying losing properties and turning them around.
- Timothy Getty: American noted family, John Paul Getty's youngest and favorite son, the fifth son, from his fifth wife, Louise Dudley Lynch.
- Tõnu Sepp: Estonian instrument maker and educator.
- Jean-David Levitte: French diplomat, who served as the French ambassador to the United States (2002–2007) and as diplomatic advisor and sherpa to former Presidents Jacques Chirac and Nicolas Sarkozy (2007-2012). He has also been named head of the future National Security Council.
- Thomas McClarty: American executive and CEO of Arkla, an energy company. A college graduate, McClarty has a BS in Business.
- Howard Fried: American conceptual artist who became known in the 1970s for his pioneering work in video art, performance art, and installation art.
- John Logie Baird: Scottish television pioneer (Born 1888).
- Canadian Library Association established.
- The Baruch Plan is proposed to the United Nations
- A tornado on the Detroit River kills 17.
- Laurence Olivier's ''Henry V'' opens in the United States nearly 2 years after its release in England. It is the first Shakespeare film in color, and critics hail it as the finest film of a Shakespeare play ever made.
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- One More Tomorrow - Frankie Carle & His Orchestra
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