November 30, 2022

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Today’s Epimeris: What Happened on May 29 | Events in Argentina and around the world

In Epimeris of May 29th These events, which took place on a day like today in Argentina and around the world, stand out:

1876. Del Estro was born in Santiago Andres Chazarreta, The so-called father of folk tales in Argentina. Collected dances from the Northern Provinces. He enriched the songbook with songs such as “La Delicita” and “Zamba de Vargas”. Presentation by his Northern Native Art Group in Buenos Aires, In 1921, marked the gateway to folklore in the capital. In his memory, his date of birth was established as the National Day of the Argentine Folklorist.

1892. Was born Alphonsina Storny In Capriasca, Switzerland. His Swiss parents settled in San Juan, but moved to Europe shortly before he was born. He came to Argentina when he was four. He spent his childhood in the province of Cuo and in the early 20th century he emigrated to Rosario with his parents. The restlessness of the rose His first collection of poems was published in 1916. This was followed by them, among others Sweet wound, LANGUARE Y காவி. He also wrote plays for children. He died on October 25, 1938. The poet is 46 years old And he was diagnosed with cancer, so he decided to end his life by going to sea. Ariel Ramirez and Felix Luna’s song “Alfonsina y El Mar” was first recorded on the album by Mercedes Sosa. Argentine women (1969), dealing with his conclusion.

1913. A wonderful play is being screened in Paris And cause a corruption: Ballet Dedication of spring, By Igor Stravinsky, evokes an excitement among those attending the Champs-Elysées Theater. The audience is divided between ballet fans and opponents depicting the pagan tribes of ancient Russia. Full of innovations in rhythm, rhythm and acoustics. It is considered one of the greatest musical works of the 20th century.

1917. Born in Brooklyn, Massachusetts John Fitzgerald Kennedy. The youngest president in American history (43 years old at the time he was elected in 1960), and the first of the Catholic faith, he came into the world into a wealthy family. His father was Franklin Roosevelt’s ambassador to the United Kingdom at the beginning of World War II. JFK, who lost his older brother in the war, fought for his country’s navy in the South Pacific. Decorated he came to Congress in 1946 as a delegate. Six years later he was elected senator. For his book Bold profiles He received the Pulitzer Prize in 1956. He was re-elected senator two years later and ran for president. He won the Democratic by-election and then defeated Richard Nixon in a close election, which was limited by 100,000 votes. And covers the first presidential debate in history. He took office in 1961. Under his command, a failed invasion of Cuba took place, which led to the defeat of the Gulf of Pigs. He faced the missile crisis with the Soviet Union and launched the Coalition for the Advancement of Latin American Nations program aimed at preventing the final advance of communism. He increased the U.S. military presence in Vietnam and introduced civil rights law for black people. He was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas. He was succeeded by Vice President Lyndon Johnson, who received civil rights approval a few months later.

1953. New Zealand player Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay They succeed and make history The The summit of Mount Everest. This is the first time a mission has reached the world’s highest altitude of 8,848 meters. Hillary and Norgay were part of the Ninth British expedition to the Himalayas. Although history has it that Hillary was the number one favorite, she has always claimed that she came with Norgay.

1969. One of the decisive events in Argentina in the 20th century: The Cardopaso. As part of the strike that began that day, workers and students marched through the city of Crdoba. The scale of the struggle is greater than the repressive capacity of the police. The strikers set up barricades and took control of the street. The situation forces military intervention. Leaders of the struggle were Augustine Tosco of Luz y Fuerza and Elpedio Torres of Smata. Four people are dying from the repression. Tosco and Torres are interrogated by a war council, which sends them to prison. Argentina is no different after May 29: the Ongonian dictatorship stumbles and, little by little, the exiled Juan Domingo Perன்n returns as protagonist.

1970. Two men dressed as soldiers were taken from their Buenos Aires apartment Pedro Eugenio Aramburu. Two days later, a group of Montoneros reported that the former dictator had been taken into a revolutionary trial. He is accused of persecuting Peronism, of stealing Evita’s body, and of the 1956 execution. Arambur was killed on June 1st. The abduction accelerates the fall of Juan Carlos Ongania and Roberto Livingston was appointed to replace him. Aramburu’s body was found on July 16 in the town of Timothy in the Carlos Djdor district of Buenos Aires, about 400 kilometers from the capital. This fact indicates the annoyance of Montenegro in the political life of the country.

In addition, it is in Argentina Army Day.

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