Sunday 1 September 1946
It was Sunday, under the sign of Virgo (see planets position on September 1, 1946). The US president was Harry S. Truman (Democratic).
Famous people born on this day include Barry Gibb and Roh Moo-hyun.
Roll on Texas Moon, directed by William Witney, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1946
On TV people were watching I Love to Eat.
But much more happened that day: find out below..
What the sky looked like on 1 September 1946
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Which were the important events of 1 September 1946 ?
- Start of the season when oysters are fit to eat (when month names contain an "R")
- Uzbekistan - Independence Day (from USSR, 1991)
- In the Eastern Orthodox Church, the new liturgical year begins on September 1. Also see September 1 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics).
- Church of England - Saint Giles
- Cameroon - Jour d'Union Nationale Camerounaise
- Libya - Revolution Day (1969)
- Russia - Knowledge Day
- Singapore - Teacher's Day
- Start of the partridge-shooting season ("St.Partridge").
- Slovakia - Constitution Day
- Start of cold season.
- Start of new school year in many countries.
- Barry Gibb: British-Australian pop musician, the eldest brother, lead singer, songwriter and guitarist of the musical family singing group "The Bee Gees.
- Roh Moo-hyun: South Korean soldier and politician 9th President of South Korea (d. 2009).
- Roh Moo-Hyun: President of South Korea (d. 2009).
- Tom Coughlin: Coach.
- Greg Errico: American drummer and producer (Sly and the Family Stone and Weather Report).
- Greece votes for monarchy
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Which were the top hits in that special week of September 1946 ?
Top #2 songs in the USA
- Ink Spots - To Each His Own
- Choo Choo Ch'Boogie - Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five