Saturday 27 March 1943US date format: 3/27/1943, UK date format: 27/3/1943
It was Saturday, under the sign of Aries (see planets position on March 27, 1943). The US president was Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic).
Famous people born on this day include Maurice Adevah-Poeuf and M Robert Carr American politician (Representative-Democrat-Michigan.
Slightly Dangerous, directed by Wesley Ruggles, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1943
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Which were the important events of 27 March 1943 ?
- St. Augusta
- Angolan Victory Day.
- World Theatre Day
- St. John of Egypt
- St. Lydia
- Feast day of Rupert of Salzburg in the Roman Catholic Church.
- Maurice Adevah-Poeuf
- M Robert Carr American politician (Representative-Democrat-Michigan: 1975-81, 83-).
- Jean-Pierre Morel: French jazz saxophone player.
- Jean-Michel Musso: French architect-in-chief of historical monuments (Architecte en Chef des Monuments Historiques).
- Keith Allan: English-Australian linguist and academic.
- S Barnes: English sociologist and academic.
- Bob Woodward: Journalist.
- Phil Frank: American cartoonist (d. 2007).
- Nicholas Humphrey: English psychologist author and academic.
- Grant McCune: American special effects designer (d. 2010).
- Lorraine Michael: Canadian nun educator and politician.
- Duncan Paterson: Scottish rugby player and manager (d. 2009).
- Mike Curtis: American football player and coach.
- Grigori Yakovlevich Bakhchivangi: test pilot (BI-1), killed in crash.
- Blue Ribbon Town (with Groucho Marx) 1st heard on CBS Radio
- US begins assault on Fondouk-pass, Tunisia.
- World War II: Battle of the Komandorski Islands : In the Aleutian Islands the battle begins when United States Navy forces intercept Japanese attempting to reinforce a garrison at Kiska.
- WWII ampndash Escort carrier ''Dasher'' was destroyed by an accidental explosion in the Firth of Clyde, killing 379 of the crew of 528.