Tuesday 24 February 1942US date format: 2/24/1942, UK date format: 24/2/1942
It was Tuesday, under the sign of Pisces (see birth chart on February 24, 1942). The US president was Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic).
Famous people born on this day include Joe Lieberman and Stuart Henry (DJ).
The Male Animal, directed by Elliott Nugent, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1942
On TV people were watching Men at Work.
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- Independence Day in Estonia (1918; the Soviet period is considered illegal annexation).
- Flag Day in MTxico.
- St. Sergius
- Dragobete in Romania.
- St. Matthias
- St. Modest
- St. Edelbert
- Blessed Ameel of Ter Duinen
- Regifugium, in the Roman calendar.
- Joe Lieberman: American politician, chosen by Al Gore...
- Stuart Henry (DJ)
- Jenny O'Hara
- David Williamson: Australian writer, noted for his plays.
- Colin Bond: Australian race car driver.
- David K Williamson: Australian screenplay / playwright...
- Gayatri Spivak: Indian philosopher theorist and...
- Paul Jones: English singer harmonica player and...
- Stuart Henry: Scottish disc jockey and actor who...
- John Neumeier: American-born ballet dancer, the...
- Voice of America begins broadcasting (in German).
- The , carrying Jewish refugees from Axis-allied Romania to British-controlled Palestine, is torpedoed and sunk by the Soviet submarine ''Shch 213'', killing 768 men, women and children, with only one survivor, a 19 year old man, making it the largest exclusively civilian naval disaster of the war.The actual number of victims, including the ten person crew, is uncertain, although a recent study concludes it may have been as high as 791, of which 785 were Jewish. Franz amp Collins' book ''Death