In Anniversary of 8th November These events that happened on a day like today in Argentina and around the world stand out:
1847. Bram Stoker is born
In Clontarf, Ireland, Bram Stoker was bornTeacher Dracula. His 1897 novel not only terrified countless readers, but also viewers of the film versions it spawned. Stoker Died in 1912.
1923. Hitler’s coup d’état fails
Brewery Putsch takes place in MunichFirst major attempt to seize power by Nazism. Adolf Hitler organized a coup d’état in Bavaria and rallied right-wing forces. Not properly organized, the riot fails. Leaders are being investigated. Hitler turns his defense into a political argument And the judges sentence him to five years in prison. However, he has received amnesty. He was released from prison in December 1924 with the manuscript My struggle Under the arm.
1935. Birth of Alain Delon
One of the myths of the seventh art was born: Alain Delon. The French actor starred in countless classic films such as Rocco and his brothers And leopardBy Visconti; AdventurersRobert Enrico, with Lino Ventura; Samurai And Red circleby Jean-Pierre Melville; red sun, by Terence Young; And Full sunBy René Clement, in which he steps into the shoes of Tom Ripley, a character created by Patricia Highsmith.
1960. Kennedy, President of the United States
Democratic Senator John Fitzgerald Kennedy defeated Republican Vice President Richard Nixon to become the youngest president in US history at age 43.. He was also the first Catholic to reach the White House. Kennedy won by a narrow margin: in an election with 68.9 million voters, he won by 102,000 votes. Includes propaganda First televised debate between candidates.
1971. Launched Led Zeppelin IV
Coming up for sale Led Zeppelin IV, by the British band Led Zeppelin. This album contains the group’s most popular song: “Stairway to Heaven”.
2010. Massera died
At the age of 85 Emilio Eduardo Massera is dead, one of the greatest symbols of the horrors of totalitarianism. During Perón’s third presidency he became head of the navy and joined the military coup in 1976. At ESMA he set up the largest concentration camp of dictatorship. He retired in 1978 and left the board to pursue his own political agenda.. Businessman Fernando Branca’s crime led to his arrest in 1983. At the end of that year, he was accused in Decree 158 of Raúl Alphonse. Juntas’ landmark trial in 1985 resulted in a life sentence.. Carlos Menem pardoned him in 1990 and the child theft case brought him to justice eight years later. His health problems prevented him from facing the proceedings after the pardon was revoked.
2014. Goodbye to Aurora Bernadettes
He dies in Paris Aurora Bernardes. He was 94. He was a translator, very important in Spanish. He is indebted for translations of others Invisible CitiesItalo Calvino, and by Alexandria Quartet, by Lawrence Durrell. Half-sister of the poet Francisco Luis Bernadettes, She was Julio Cortázar’s first wife and, after his death, a teacher HopscotchHe was left to inherit his work.
2019. Lula regains independence
After 580 days, Luis Inacio Lula da Silva Curitiba breaks out of prison. Brazil’s Supreme Court ruled that his imprisonment was illegal. The former president is no longer the world’s best political prisoner and has promised to lead the opposition to Jair Bolsonaro.
Also, this World Urban Day, announced by the United Nations; And in Argentina it is Radiologist Technician Day.
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