Monday 20 November 1944
It was Monday, under the sign of Scorpio. The US president was Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic).
Famous people born on this day include Anthea Stewart and Jany Bessière.
The Thin Man Goes Home, directed by Richard Thorpe, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1944
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- Church of England - Edmund the Martyr
- Brazil - Zumbi Day (since 1978)
- United Kingdom - wedding day of Queen Elizabeth II (1947), official flag day
- Mexico - Anniversary of the Revolution (1910)
- UNICEF - Universal Children's Day
- Vietnam - Teacher's Day (Ngay nha gi�o Vi?t Nam)
- Transgender Day of Remembrance (since 1999) 
- Anthea Stewart: Zimbabwe -- Field hockey coach / player (1980 Olympics).
- Jany Bessière: Belgian astrologer, creator of InfoSophia, author of many articles and two books.
- Jud Fine: American artist and sculptor.
- Jean-François Girard: French doctor, academic and senior official.
- Louie Dampier: American basketball player and coach.
- Mike Vernon: English record producer founded Blue Horizon
- Sekio Nishina: Japanese inventor (kaiten-suicide submarine).
- 1st Japanse suicide submarine attack (Ulithi Atol, Carolines)
- Amsterdam: Vondelpark closed because of kappen of trees
- Prince Bernhard establishes staff in Breda
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