Tuesday 31 December 1946
It was Tuesday, under the sign of Capricorn. The US president was Harry S. Truman (Democratic).
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- New Year's Eve on the Gregorian Calendar.
- Diane von Furstenberg: Fashion Designer.
- Roy Greenslade: English journalist and academic.
- Pius Ncube: Zimbabwean human rights advocate.
- Lyudmila Pakhomova: Russian ice dancer (d. 1986).
- Eric Robson: Scottish journalist and author.
- Nigel Rudd: English businessman founded Williams Holdings
- Tim Stevens: English bishop
- Diane von Fürstenberg: Belgian-American fashion designer
- Diane Fürstenberg: Belgian-American entrepreneur and fashion designer. After moving to New York, her first design show was in April 1970. Two years later, with a loan of $30,000, she opened her own showroom and went on to a sweeping success within months. Wholesale by 1976 estimated at $20 million, in less than five years, she had built a fashion empire. In 1976 she landed on the cover of Newsweek magazine after selling more than five million of her signature wrap dresses.
- Barbara Carrera: Managua, Nicaragua -- Actress (Angelica-Dallas)
- Patti Smith in Chicago: Illinois, USA; singer (Radio Ethiopia).
- Frits [Frederik H] Tartaud: Dutch actor, dies at age 89.
- French troops leave Lebanon.
- President Harry Truman officially proclaims the end of hostilities in World War II.
- The 20nbspmm M61 Vulcan Gatling gun contract is released.
- Female suffrage is enacted in Belgium, Romania, Yugoslavia, Argentina and the Canadian province of Quebec.
- The first female police officers are hired in Korea and Japan.
- The Chinese Civil War intensifies between the Kuomintang and the Communist Party of China.
- The first ''Tupperware'' is sold in department and hardware stores.
- The British government takes emergency powers to deal with the balance-of-payments crisis.
- Eva Perón tours Spain, Italy and France on behalf of Argentina, a circuit called the Rainbow Tour.
- The NFL team San Francisco 49ers is formed.
- The Casio Company is founded by engineer Tadao Kashio.
- Binghamton University is founded.
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