Tag: Ephemeris

June 12 anniversary: ​​What happened on a day like today?
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June 12 anniversary: ​​What happened on a day like today?

World.- In the ephemeris of this June 12 several important events that marked the history of mankind stand out, for example: in 2016, five years ago, a man of Afghan descent kills 49 people, mostly Hispanics, in a gay club in Orlando (Florida), in the second largest shooting in recent US history, which also left 50 wounded.On the same date, but in 2018, US President Donald Trump meets in Singapore with Kim Jong-un, current leader of North Korea. What are the ephemeris of June 12? 1824.- El Salvador promulgates its first Constitution as a free state.1883.- The relations of peace and friendship between Chile and Spain are fully restored.1898.- General Emilio Aguinaldo proclaims the independence of the Philippines.1901.- The French physicist Henri Becquerel makes a demonstration on...
June 11th anniversary: ​​What happened on a day like today?
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June 11th anniversary: ​​What happened on a day like today?

World.- In the ephemeris of this June 11 Several important events that marked the history of humanity stand out, for example: in 1580 Juan de Garay, together with some officials and 60 volunteers, founded the city of Trinidad, today Buenos Aires, which is actually the second foundation of the Argentine capital. , since in 1535 Pedro de Mendoza had created it, but later it was destroyed by the Indians.On the same date, but in 2009, the WHO raises the alert for influenza A (H1N1) to the level of a pandemic. Meanwhile, the government of Mexico declared an epidemic of this virus and forced 20 million students of basic and preschool education to suspend classes for 15 days. What are the ephemeris of June 11? 1509.- The marriage between Henry VIII of England and Catherine of Aragon i...
June 10th anniversary: ​​What happened on a day like today?
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June 10th anniversary: ​​What happened on a day like today?

World.- In the ephemeris of this June 10 Several important events that marked the history of humanity stand out, for example: in 1834, President Luis José de Orbegozo promulgated the fourth Constitution of Peru.On the same date, but in 1935, 86 years ago, William Griffith and Bob Smith created the Association of Alcoholics Anonymous in Akron, Ohio, which today operates in more than 150 countries. What are the ephemeris of June 10? 1770.- The Governor of Buenos Aires, Bucarell, ordered that the British occupiers be evicted from the Malvinas Islands, which Captain Juan de Madariaga achieved after a few days of fighting.1829.- The interim Governor of the United Provinces of the Río de la Plata creates the Political and Military Command of the Malvinas Islands.1863.- The French troo...
June 9th anniversary: ​​What happened on a day like today?
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June 9th anniversary: ​​What happened on a day like today?

World.- In the ephemeris of this June 9 Several important events that marked the history of humanity stand out, for example: in 2013, Edward Snowden, a former CIA technician, confessed to having leaked cyber espionage data in the United States.What are the ephemeris of June 9? 1815.- Signature of the final act of the Congress of Vienna to reestablish the borders of Europe after the defeat of Napoleon. 1829.- The Banco Español de San Fernando, one of the predecessors of the Bank of Spain, is created by a royal decree from Fernando VII.1869.- The Ecuadorian president, Gabriel García Moreno, proclaims a new Constitution, described as a "black card" by the opposition.Read more: Donald Trump separated almost 4 thousand children from their parents in the US1894.- General Juan Juan Bau...
June 7th anniversary: ​​What happened on a day like today?
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June 7th anniversary: ​​What happened on a day like today?

World.- In the ephemeris of this June 7 Several important events that marked the history of humanity stand out, for example: in 1494 the kingdoms of Castile and Portugal signed the Treaty of Tordesillas by which the areas of navigation and conquest of the Atlantic Ocean and the New World were distributed.On the same date, but in 1937, the 456 Spanish children sent by their parents during the civil war arrived at the Mexican port of Veracruz, whom President Lázaro Cárdenas named "adopted children" of the country and are known as "Los Niños of Morelia ". What are the ephemeris of June 7? 1640.- The uprising in Catalonia begins, during which the mobs assassinate the Viceroy, thus starting a war that ended in 1652.1671.- A fire in the Monastery of El Escorial devastates more than 5,...
1921: Madame Curie
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1921: Madame Curie

The famous Polish scientist Marie Curie is in New York. The two-time Nobel Prize winner, both in Physics and Chemistry, will receive from the US president a gram of radio to use in her research. He is now in New York and will not travel to California due to poor health. She is extremely tired and her schedule is intense. As soon as she recovers, she will continue to California where the university of this state will grant her the title of doctor "honoris causa." Madame Curie is accompanied by her daughters and an assistant. H.L.M. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
Fun facts about the May Revolution
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Fun facts about the May Revolution

211 years ago the first ¡Viva la patria! Was heard. Cisneros submitted his resignation on the night of May 24, the First Governing Board had been formed and the path to independence from the Spaniards, which was achieved in 1816, became clearer. Today May 25 is a date that is kept in mind since it is not only a holiday, but it also allows you to enjoy different gastronomic dishes and typical activities of the gaucho culture, but behind that historical event, situations occurred behind the scenes that surely you did not know. National names After May 25, 1810, many parents chose names related to the Revolution for their children. One of the examples was Primo Pat...
1921: Cusco is a party
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1921: Cusco is a party

The arrival of the airplane piloted by Rolandi in Cusco has caused indescribable enthusiasm. When the plane appeared over the city, all the stores closed and thousands of people ran to the landing field. Once on land, Rolandi was carried on his shoulders to the municipality where he was declared the guest of honor of the historic city. Two days of festivities have been arranged to honor the pilot for his feat. Simple people are amazed at having seen an airplane in the air. Rolandi is an idol. H.L.M. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
1921: César Vallejo
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1921: César Vallejo

In a few days, the poet César Vallejo will go to Ica and other southern departments on a literary tour in the company of the young and prominent musician Genaro González. The prestigious author of the "Black Heralds" marches with the desire to carry out a beautiful spiritual campaign. It is proposed to make known the latest cultural and literary currents that emerged after the great war. Vallejo's company is extremely interesting and up-to-date. We do not know the exact itinerary of the tour, but we are convinced that in each place where they are presented they will achieve success. H.L.M. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
1921: sugar industry
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1921: sugar industry

The telegraphic news according to which the price of sugar in New York is three and a half gold cents a pound, with a downward trend, is very alarming. The sugar industry in Trujillo, the main and most solidly established in the country, is facing the serious threat of a crisis that is extremely delicate for its stability and whose dangers directly affect the national financial movement, which is greatly undermined by the decline of the others. export products and the disastrous consequences of currency exchange instability. H.L.M. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more