Saturday 8 February 1941
It was Saturday, under the sign of Aquarius (see planets position on February 8, 1941). The US president was Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic).
Famous people born on this day include Nick Nolte and Kitty de Hoyos.
Prairie Pioneers, directed by Lester Orlebeck, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1941
On TV people were watching Tom and Jerry.
But much more happened that day: find out below..
What the sky looked like on 8 February 1941
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Which were the important events of 8 February 1941 ?
- Nirvana Day - an annual Buddhist festival.
- Saint Jerome Emiliani.
- Saint Juventius
- Saint Mengold of Huy
- Saint Jacoba (d.1239)
- Slovenia - Pre?eren Day, the Slovenian cultural holiday.
- Boy Scouts of America - Scout Sunday; The Sunday preceding February 8 is designated as Scout Sunday and the following Saturday is designated as Scout Sabbath.
- Nick Nolte: American actor, one of Hollywood’s most versatile stars who easily portrays diverse characters ranging from a drunken bum to obsessed artist to sensitive, wounded hero.
- Kitty de Hoyos
- Tom Rush: New Hampshire, United States -- Rock guitarist / vocalist (Circle Game, Urge For Going).
- Enea Del Grande: Italian male, married to Alida Frosio on 6/02/1969 in Baveno.
- Nick Nolte in Omaha: Nebraska, USA; actor (Under Fire, Lorenzo's Oil, Teachers, 48 Hours, North Dallas 40).
- Jagjit Singh: Indian singer-songwriter (d. 2011).
- Tom Rush in New Hampshire: USA; rock guitarist/vocalist (Circle Game, Urge For Going).
- Ann Bayer: American journalist, a former staff writer for LIFE magazine, who has written for many publications, including The New York Times, Harper's, Lear's and Cosmopolitan.
- Japanese armored barges cross Strait of Johore to attack Singapore.
- WWII ampndash The U.S. House of Representatives passes the Lend-Lease Act (260–165).