Wednesday 14 February 1945, Valentine's Day
It was Wednesday, under the sign of Aquarius (see planets position on February 14, 1945). The US president was Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic).
Famous people born on this day include Hans-Adam II Prince of Liechtenstein and Fred Carter.
Leave It to Blondie, directed by Abby Berlin, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1945
On TV people were watching Aktuelt kvarter.
But much more happened that day: find out below..
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- Denmark - Fastelavn. Children dress up, much like Halloween in the US.
- Arizona - Admission Day (1912).
- Mexico - Day of National Mourning (1831).
- Oregon - Admission Day (1859).
- Western World - Valentine's Day.
- Iraq - 'Communist Martyrs Day' celebrated by Iraqi Communist Party.
- Europe/Catholicism - Feast day of Saints Cyril and Methodius, patron saints of Europe.
- Saint Abraham (d. 422)
- Saint Valentine (d. 422).
- Hans-Adam II Prince of Liechtenstein
- Fred Carter
- Hans Adam: Prince of Liechtenstein.
- Vic Briggs: England, United Kingdom -- Rocker (Animals).
- K M: Jenkins; British director of personnel (Royal Mail).
- William Hill Boner American politician (Representative-Democrat-Tennessee: 1979-).
- Nick Lampson: Politician.
- Hans-Adam: Monarch of Liechtenstein who has reigned since the death of his father Franz Joseph II, Prince (Fürst) of Liechtenstein, on 13 November 1989.
- Hans-Adam II: Prince of Liechtenstein.
- Ladislao Mazurkiewicz: Uruguayan footballer and manager (d. 2013).
- Martin Sorrell: English businessman.
- Gregory Hines in New York City: New York, USA; actor/dancer (White Nights, Taps).
- Gregory Hines: Actor.
- President Franklin D. Roosevelt meets with King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia aboard the USS Quincy, officially starting the U.S.-Saudi diplomatic relationship.
- World War II: On the first day of the bombing of Dresden, the British Royal Air Force and the United States Army Air Forces begin fire-bombing Dresden, the capital of the German state of Saxony.