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The full moon calendar 1944


Here you see the full moon calendar with the full moon dates of 1944 and exact times and dates in an overview.

Monday, 10 January 1944, 11:09:18 am
Wednesday, 9 February 1944, 06:29:30 am
Friday, 10 March 1944, 01:27:36 am
Saturday, 8 April 1944, 07:21:36 pm
Monday, 8 May 1944, 09:28:06 am
Tuesday, 6 June 1944, 08:57:36 pm
Thursday, 6 July 1944, 06:26:42 am
Friday, 4 August 1944, 02:39:12 pm
Saturday, 2 September 1944, 10:20:54 pm
Monday, 2 October 1944, 05:21:42 am
Tuesday, 31 October 1944, 02:35:24 pm
Thursday, 30 November 1944, 01:51:42 am
Friday, 29 December 1944, 03:38:06 pm


Time specification for Central Europe

Calendar made of solid iron parts, from the 1940s. The first full moon as of 1940 was on Thursday, 25.01.1940.
Here you find information for calculating the exact time, in particular for countries outside Central Europe:

Information for time calculation

Full moon telegram 1944


Born at full moon
  • 10.01.1944 – Frank Sinatra jr., American pianist, actor, singer and entertainer
  • 08.05.1944 – Gary Glitter, British singer

Deceased at full moon
  • 06.07.1944 – Gunhild Hoffmeister, German athlete
  • 06.07.1944 – Bernhard Schlink, German writer
  • 30.11.1944 – Max Halbe, German writer and dramatist (1865-1944)

Events at full moon
  • 06.06.1944 – Invasion of allied forces into Normandy (D-Day Operation Overlord)
  • 02.09.1944 – American Secretary of Treasury, Henry Morgenthau, works out a 14-step plan, how to deal with defeated Germany after the end of World War II
  • 02.10.1944 – Warsaw Uprising ends with the surrender of the Polish army and the almost complete destruction of the city by Germany

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For all who would like to look back or look ahead, we have compiled all full moon dates of previous and future years.

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