Wednesday 23 April 1947
It was Wednesday, under the sign of Taurus (see planets position on April 23, 1947). The US president was Harry S. Truman (Democratic).
Famous people born on this day include Michel Leeb and Saskia [Trudy van den Berg] singer (S and Serge.
Hi De Ho, directed by Josh Binney, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1947
On TV people were watching Kraft Theatre.
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- Saint Gerard (d.1138)
- UNESCO International Day of the Book in honor of Shakespeare's and Cervantes's death on April 23, 1616.
- Turkey - National Sovereignty and Children's Day (1920)
- Israel - Yom Ha'atzma'ut (Israeli Independence Day) for 2007: (the observed date of this national holiday is determined by the Jewish Calendar).
- Independence Day for the Conch Republic
- National Beer Day in Germany
- Feast Day of Saint George: Patron saint and National Day of England
- Patron saint of the Spanish region of Arag=n
- Celebrated as St. Jordi's Day in Catalonia, presents of books and roses. See above.
- Catalonia - Lover's Day. Men receive a book as a gift from their romantic interest, while women receive roses. The book is in honor of Shakespeare's and Cervantes's death on April 23, 1616.
- Saint Adalbert of Prague
- Jurgi festival, in ancient Latvia
- Michel Leeb: French comedian, actor and singer.
- Saskia [Trudy van den Berg] singer (S and Serge: Spinning Wheel).
- David Taylor: American mystic, a Jack-of-all-trades who was involved with black-magic people and activities.
- Robert Burgess: English sociologist and academic.
- Bernadette Devlin: Irish politician.
- Bernadette McAliskey: Irish politician.
- Carlton Sherwood: American soldier and journalist (d. 2014).
- Glenn Cornick: English bass player (Jethro Tull and Paris) (d. 2014).