Historical Events In 1945
Wednesday, 25 November 2020
Oct 31 The birth of Barrie Keefe, American writer on this day in history.
Nov 01 Australia ratifies Charter of United Nations on this day in history.
Nov 01 In the year 1945 first issue of Ebony magazine published by John H Johnson
Nov 03 In the year 1945 alessandro Longo, composer, dies at 80
Nov 03 Lindsay Hassett scores 187 & 124* for Aust Services at Delhi in the year 1945.
Nov 05 In the year 1945 colombia joins the United Nations.
Nov 06 HUAC begins investigation of 7 radio commentators on this day in history.
Nov 07 In the year 1945 alfred Dipper, cricketer (England batsman scored in only Test), dies
Nov 08 In the year 1945 "Girl from Nantucket" opens at Adelphi Theater NYC for 12 performances
Nov 10 "Are You with It?" opens at Century Theater NYC for 264 performances in the year 1945.
Nov 10 In the year 1945 general Enver Hoxha becomes leader of Albania
Nov 11 Jerome Kern, US composer (Sally, Leave it to Jane), dies at 60 on this day in history.
Nov 12 In the year 1945 canadian rock musician Neil Young is born
Nov 12 Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Cordell Hull (establishing UN) in the year 1945.
Nov 13 Australian Services draw 1st Victory Test against India in the year 1945.
Nov 14 H Lindsay & R Crouse's "State of the Union," premieres in NYC in the year 1945.
Nov 15 In the year 1945 the rules are revised for election of modern players to the Hall of
Nov 16 On this day in history kaarlo Sarkia, Finnish poet (Kohtalon Vaaka), dies at 43
Nov 16 Yeshiva College (University), chartered in NY, first US Jewish College in the year 1945.
Nov 16 Yeshiva College (Univesity), chartered in NY, 1st US Jewish College on this day in history.
Nov 17 On this day in history "Girl from Nantucket" closes at Adelphi Theater NYC after 12 perfs
Nov 17 New world air speed record 606 mph (975 kph) set by HJ Wilson of RAF in the year 1945.
Nov 18 On this day in history arnold Schoenberg's Prelude for orch & mixed choir, premieres
Nov 19 Canadian rock star Neil Young was born on this day in history.
Nov 20 On this day in history 24 Nazi leaders put on trial at Nuremberg, Germany
Nov 20 The International Military Tribunal begins trying German war criminals at Nuremberg in the year 1945.
Nov 20 The Nuremburg war crimes tribunal begins hearings with 24 Nazi leaders, including Hess and Goering, on trial on this day in history.
Nov 21 Benjamin Britten's 2nd String quartet in C, premieres in the year 1945.
Nov 21 General Motors workers go on strike on this day in history.
Nov 21 Robert Benchley, US humorist (My 10 years in a quandary), dies at 56 in the year 1945.
Nov 21 The birth of Goldie Hawn, American actress on this day in history.
Nov 22 In the year 1945 "Day before Spring" opens at National Theater NYC for 167 performances
Nov 23 On this day in history most US wartime rationing of foods, including meat & butter, ends
Nov 23 Steve Landesberg actorwas born Barney Miller in the year 1945.