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**D-Day is June 6, 1944 **D-Day is June 6, 1944
*''[[Les Yeux du silence]]'' - [[Max Ernst]], 1943-1944 *''[[Les Yeux du silence]]'' - [[Max Ernst]], 1943-1944
-*''[[The Hollywood Hallucination]]'' (1944) - Parker Tyler+*''[[The Hollywood Hallucination]]'' by Parker Tyler
-*''[[Dialectic of Enlightenment]]'' (1944) - Max Horkheimer, Theodor Adorno+*''[[Dialectic of Enlightenment]]'' by Max Horkheimer, Theodor Adorno
-*''[[The Curse of the Cat People]]'' (1944) - [[Robert Wise]], Gunther von Fritsch +*''[[The Curse of the Cat People]]'' by [[Robert Wise]], Gunther von Fritsch
 +*''[[Our Lady of the Flowers]]'' by Jean Genet
== Births == == Births ==

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