Wednesday 17 September 1941
It was Wednesday, under the sign of Virgo. The US president was Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic).
Famous people born on this day include Robert T Matsui and William Grut.
Hold Back the Dawn, directed by Mitchell Leisen, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1941
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- RC Saints - Feasts of Saint Lambert (martyr), Hildegard of Bingen
- United States - Constitution Day (observed on the previous Friday if it falls in a weekend), Citizenship Day, Von Steuben Day
- Netherlands - Operation Market Garden is still remembered with parachuting and dedications on this day.
- Also see September 17 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
- The fourth day of the Eleusinian Mysteries in ancient Greek mythology, when the initiates sacrificed a pig.
- Angola - National Heroes' Day
- Robert T Matsui: (Rep-D-California, 1979- ).
- William Grut: Sweden -- Penthalete (1948 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
- Stavros Damianides: Greek musician (d. 2001).
- Marie-Claude Charmasson: French racing driver, also known as Marie-Claude Beaumont.
- Bob Matsui: American lawyer and politician (d. 2005).
- World War II: A decree of the Soviet State Committee of Defense, restoring Vsevobuch in the face of the Great Patriotic War, is issued
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