In Ephemeris of October 9 These events that happened on a day like today in Argentina and around the world stand out:
1939. Ernesto Acher is born
Born in Buenos Aires Ernest Acher. He became an architect, but combined music and comedy. He was part of Les Luthiers between 1971 and 1986. After he left, he released the album. GamesIt combines classical works with popular music, and led La Banda Elastica, with whom he recorded three albums.
1940. John Lennon is born
John Lennon was born in Liverpool, one of the Beatles. Together with Paul McCartney, he formed one of the most successful and influential duos of popular composers of the 20th century. After the band broke up in 1970, He started a single life As a result of her relationship with Yoko Ono, she was interrupted when her son Sean was born in 1975. He returned to music in 1980 through recording Double Fantasy. A crazed fanatic, Mark David Chapman, shot him dead on the doorstep of his New York home on December 8 that year.
1946. Carlos López Puccio is born
Born in Rosario Carlos Lopez Puccio. A multi-instrumentalist, he has been a part of Les Luthiers since its formation in 1967. He founded and directed the Buenos Aires Choral Studio. He has also directed the National Polyphonic Choir.
1958. Pius XII dies
The most controversial pope of the 20th century died in Rome: Pius XII. Born Eugenio Pacelli, he was elected pope in 1939, six months before the start of World War II. He has been criticized for his inaction in condemning the crimes of Nazism. In 1934, when he was the Vatican’s secretary of state, he visited Argentina for a Eucharistic conference.
1967. The Death Penalty Se
Ernesto Se Guevara The execution was carried out in the Bolivian city of La Higuera. The previous day he had been wounded and captured by Bolivian military and CIA patrols. The revolutionary leader is 39 years old. Images of his body with open eyes shown to the world helped magnify the aura of his legend. He was buried in Vallegrande and his remains were exhumed in 1997 and later transported to Cuba.
1978. Farewell to Jacques Brel
Jacques Brel died at the age of 49 In Popigny, France. The Belgian singer battled lung cancer. Since the mid-1950s he has been an icon of French singing. From 1959, the ballad “Ne Me Kutte Baas” (“Don’t Leave Me”) became his best song.
2007. Von Wernich, convicted of genocide
Cristian van Wernich was the first Argentine priest to be convicted of crimes against humanity. on Friday, Former Buenos Aires Police Cleric Convicted of Genocide. He was part of the State of Terror during the dictatorship under the command of Ramon Camps and Miguel Etchecolats. The judiciary imposed life imprisonment for 34 cases of unlawful deprivation of liberty, 31 cases of torture and 7 cases of culpable homicide.
2008. Nicholas Casullo dies
He dies at the age of 64 Nicholas Casullo, one of the most important Argentine intellectuals. In his youth he participated in the French May. He was exiled to Mexico in the 70s and returned in 1983. He ran the magazine Thinking about boundaries and He was a professor in the Faculty of Social Sciences. At the time of his death The new open script is integrated into the space.
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