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 +[[Image:D-Day.jpg|thumb|right|200px|''[[D-Day]]'' ([[1944]])
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 +# [[June 6]], [[1944]], the [[date]] during [[World War II]] when the [[Allies]] [[invade]]d western Europe.
 +# The date of any [[major]] [[event]] [[plan]]ned for the [[future]].
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- +'''1944''' was the 44th year of the 20th century, and the 5th year of the 1940s decade.
-:[[1940]] - [[1941]] - [[1942]] - [[1943]] - [[1944]] - [[1945]] - [[1946]] - [[1947]] - [[1948]] - [[1949]] +
== Art and culture == == Art and culture ==
*End of [[WWII]] *End of [[WWII]]
**D-Day is June 6, 1944 **D-Day is June 6, 1944
-*''[[Les Yeux du silence]]'' - [[Max Ernst]], 1943-1944+==Literature==
 +===Non fiction===
*''[[The Hollywood Hallucination]]'' by Parker Tyler *''[[The Hollywood Hallucination]]'' by Parker Tyler
*''[[Dialectic of Enlightenment]]'' by Max Horkheimer, Theodor Adorno *''[[Dialectic of Enlightenment]]'' by Max Horkheimer, Theodor Adorno
-*''[[The Curse of the Cat People]]'' by [[Robert Wise]], Gunther von Fritsch +*''[[The Great Transformation (book)|The Great Transformation]]'' by Karl Polanyi
 +=== Fiction===
 + 
*''[[Our Lady of the Flowers]]'' by Jean Genet *''[[Our Lady of the Flowers]]'' by Jean Genet
-*''[[Noguchi Coffee Table]]'' by Noguchi+* ''[[The Lost Weekend (novel)|The Lost Weekend]]'' by Charles R. Jackson
 + 
 +==Visual art==
 +*''[[Les Yeux du silence]]'' - [[Max Ernst]], 1943-1944
 +==Film==
 +*''[[The Curse of the Cat People]]'' by [[Robert Wise]], Gunther von Fritsch
== Births == == Births ==
- +*[[Lloyd Barnes]] (1944 - )
-==Deaths ==+*[[Jonathan Demme]] (1944 - 2017)
 +*[[Michael Nyman]] (1944 - )
 +*[[Luc Deleu]] (1944 - )
 +*[[Jean-François Bizot]] (1944 – 2007)
 +*[[Barry Lederer]] (1944 – 2008)
 +*[[Patti Labelle]] (1944 - )
 +*[[David Mancuso]] (1944 - 2016)
 +*[[Glen Baxter]] (1944 - )
 +*[[Odd Nerdrum]] (1944 - )
 +*[[Kathy Acker]] (1944 - 1997)
 +*[[Salvatore Samperi]] (1944 - )
 +==Deaths ==
 +*[[Edvard Munch]] (1863 - 1944)
 +*[[Paul Poiret]] (1879 - 1944)
 +*[[Filippo Tommaso Emilio Marinetti]] (1876 - 1944)
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D-Day (1944)   # June 6, 1944, the date during World War II when the Allies invaded western Europe.   # The date of any major event planned for the future.
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1944 was the 44th year of the 20th century, and the 5th year of the 1940s decade.

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