Saturday 27 January 1940
It was Saturday, under the sign of Aquarius. The US president was Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic).
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- UN ? International Holocaust Memorial Day
- Germany ? Gedenktag fnr die Opfer des Nationalsozialismus (Commemoration Day for the Victims of National Socialism).
- Catholicism ? Catholic Schools Week.
- Poland ? Dzie? Pami?ci Ofiar Nazizmu (Memorial Day for the Victims of Nazism).
- Italy ? Giorno della Memoria (Memorial Day).
- Denmark ? Auschwitzdag (Auschwitz Day; commemoration day for the victims of the Holocaust and other genocide).
- Serbia ? St. Sava Day.
- United Kingdom ? Holocaust Memorial Day.
- James Cromwell in Los Angeles: California, USA; actor (Stretch - All in the Family, Babe).
- Brian O'Leary: American scientist-astronaut; the author of several books including "Mars 1999," detailing space exploration.
- Ahmet Alptemoçin: Turkish engineer and politician 35th Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs.
- James Cromwell: American actor and producer.
- Terry Harper: Canadian ice hockey player and coach.
- Petru Lucinschi: Romanian activist and politician 2nd President of Moldova
- Reynaldo Rey: American actor and screenwriter (d. 2015)
- Isaac Babel: Russian language journalist, playwright, literary translator, and short story writer.
- -17 degrees F (-27 degrees C), CCC Camp F-16, Georgia, USA (state record).
- WWII: A peace resolution introduced in the Parliament of South Africa is defeated 81–59.
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