Sunday 10 November 1940
It was Sunday, under the sign of Scorpio (see planets position on November 10, 1940). The US president was Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic).
Famous people born on this day include Joyce Jensen and Donna Fargo.
The Letter, directed by William Wyler, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1940
On TV people were watching Gabby.
But much more happened that day: find out below..
What the sky looked like on 10 November 1940
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- Also see November 10 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
- United States Marine Corps Birthday
- Russia - Day of Militsiya (analogue of police in Russia)
- Ancient Latvia - Martini
- R.C. Saints - Pope Leo I the Great
- Turkey - Day of Remembrance of Ataturk
- Joyce Jensen: American commercial astrologer whose pretty photograph (taken some 40 years ago) appeared in pulp magazines for some 20 years advertising her sun-sign product as well as her "totally risk-free psychic reading.
- Screaming Lord Sutch: English musician and politician (d. 1999).
- Donna Fargo: American country-western star since she first hit the charts recording four of her own songs in Nashville.
- Stein Winge: Norwegian stage producer, theatre director, and International Emmy Nominated actor.
- Richard Cotton: Australian geneticist and academic (d. 2015).
- Screaming Sutch: English singer-songwriter and politician (d. 1999).
- Arthur Neville Chamberlain: British Premier (1937-40), dies at 71.
- Pittsburgh and Philadelphia play a penalty-free NFL game.
- Armistice Day Blizzard: An unexpected blizzard kills 144 in the Midwestern United States.
- An earthquake in Bucharest, Romania kills 1,000.
- WWII: The Royal Navy launches the first aircraft carrier strike in history, on the Italian battleship fleet anchored at Taranto naval base.
- WWII: captures top secret British mail, and sends it to Japan.