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November 24th

134 Notable deaths

Doris Miller

First african american to be awarded the navy cross.

Born October 12th, 1919 in Waco.

Died November 24th, 1943 at 24 years old in Gilbert Islands.

Eric Carr

American drummer (1950–1991).

Born July 12th, 1950 in Brooklyn.

Died November 24th, 1991 at 41 years old in New York City (cancer).

Clive James

Australian writer, critic, and broadcaster (1939–2019).

Born October 7th, 1939 in Kogarah.

Died November 24th, 2019 at 80 years old in Cambridge (leukemia). [ref]

Olga Alexandrovna of Russia

Last grand duchess of imperial russia (1882-1960).

Born June 13th, 1882 in Petergof.

Died November 24th, 1960 at 78 years old in Toronto.

Ricky Jay

American magician.

Born June 26th, 1946 in Brooklyn. [ref]

Died November 24th, 2018 at 72 years old in Los Angeles. [ref]

Melanie Thornton

American singer (1967–2001).

Born May 13th, 1967 in Charleston.

Died November 24th, 2001 at 34 years old in Bassersdorf (aviation accident).

Warren Spahn

American baseball player.

Born April 23rd, 1921 in Buffalo.

Died November 24th, 2003 at 82 years old in Broken Arrow.

Anna Jarvis

Founder of mother's day.

Born May 1st, 1864 in Webster. [ref]

Died November 24th, 1948 at 84 years old in West Chester (Soviet Union).

Albert Collins

American blues musician, recording artist, songwriter.

Born October 1st, 1932 in Leona. [ref]

Died November 24th, 1993 at 61 years old in Las Vegas (lung cancer). [ref]

László Moholy-Nagy

Hungarian artist (1895-1946).

Born July 20th, 1895 in Bácsborsód. [ref]

Died November 24th, 1946 at 51 years old in Chicago (leukemia). [ref]

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Those men who, in war, seek to preserve their lives at any rate commonly die with shame and ignominy, while those who look upon death as common to all, and unavoidable, and are only solicitous to die with honour, oftener arrive at old age and, while they live, live happier. Xenophon