Lisbon, 13 jul (EFE).- The saints of the day for Tuesday, July 14, 2020: st. Camillus de Lellis, saint Francis Solano, and ” The.
The sun rises to 4.57, and goes down to 19.44 time (GMT).
The moon comes out at 0.27 stands at 13.57 (local time, GMT).
1789.- The people of Paris and the storming of the prison fortress of the Bastille in paris. It begins with the French Revolution.
1795.- “La Marseillaise”, the song of war, by Claude-Joseph Rouget de Lisle, it becomes the anthem of the French language.
1853.- The opening of the Universal Exhibition in New York city, the Cristal Palace hotel in midtown Manhattan.
1856.- The University of Madrid, publishes the resignation of the chairman of the Council of Ministers, Baldomero Espartero, and the appointment of his successor, Leopoldo O’donnell.
1881.- He dies in the gunslinger, William Henry McCarthy, Billy the kid, into the hands of sheriff Pat Garrett in Fort Sumner, New Mexico.
1894.- Sabino Arana founded the Company Euskeldun Batzokija in Bilbao, the seed of the Nationalist Party of the Basque country (PNV), which have been raised for the first time, the ikurriña.
1931.- The opening of the first constituent assembly of the second Spanish Republic. Presiding over the Chamber, the socialist, His Crossbowman.
.- The Camera in the Interim for the government of Catalonia approved the draft Statute of Catalonia in spain.
1933.- The Government of the third Reich promulgates the Law for the Prevention of Offspring with hereditary Diseases, which allows for the sterilization, in order to improve your German.
.- An Act for the Government of Hitler to become the nazi Party (national Socialist German workers, and the only legal one.
1937.- An airplane Antonov an 25 and landed in San Jacinto, California, on 62 minutes after taking off from Moscow. The first flight across the North Pole.
1938.- Published in the Giornale d ‘ Italia, and the anonymous text, which was prepared by the Mussolini, “The fascist e i problemi della razza” , which is the inspiration for the racial laws.
1941.- Cut off six thousand of the jews of lithuania in the field of Viszalsyan.
1958.- The assassination of king Faisal II of Iraq and his successor, and the coup with general Abdul Karim Kassem, who proclaimed a republic.
1960.- The british-based Jane Goodall arrives for the first time in the reserve, tanzana of the Gombe Stream, where it deals with the study of chimpacé.
1961.- It is the publication of the encyclical letter of John XXII, “Mater et magistra” – that it condemns communism, and asks for support for the peoples of under-developed countries.
1964.- The cyclist Jacques Anquetil won his fifth and last Tour de France.
1983.- Nintendo releases the game “Mario Bros”.
1969.- The premiere in Cannes of the “Easy Rider”, Dennis Hopper’s and Peter Fonda, and Jack Nicholson.
1986.- Die the 12 guards and civilians in the bombing of the basque separatist group ETA, in the plaza of the Dominican Republic in Madrid, spain.
1995.- Is the source format of the audio in the compressed MP3 format, but the first player (MPMan F10) it is not sold until 1998.
1997.- Millions of people have been protesting in the Uk against the violence of the basque separatist group ETA, and in condemnation of the murder of a local politician, popular Miguel-Angel-White.
.- Kocheril Raman Narayanan elected president of India by the election commission (representatives of federal and regional authorities).
1998.- The moroccan Hicham El Guerrouj, has achieved a world record in the 1,500 meters (3:26s), based in Rome.
2000.- A grand jury in Miami and gives a quarterly record for 145,000 million in respect of the half-a-million smokers in Florida, and then fired him in 2006.
2002.- The one to the extreme right of the French to fail in the shoot out against the president, Jacques Chirac, in Paris, france.
2003.- The governing Council of the Judicial Power shall stay the Room for Dissent in the supreme Court of Justice of the Basque Country, which was created to resolve the claims against the members of the board of the Parliament of the basque country not to dissolve the group, the Socialist Abertzaleak. Then, backed by a Supreme being.
2005.- The united nations released the “Alliance of Civilizations” between the western world and the arab and a muslim, an initiative of the president José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero.
2006.- The typhoon, Bile gets to the shores of china, where it stops 612 people dead and 208 are missing in a number of provinces. Also killed in the island of philippines Luzon.
2007.- Russia suspended the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (FACE), which was concluded between NATO and the Warsaw Pact (1990) in order to limit the forces on the arms. Resignation for good in 2015.
2015.- Iran and the Group 5+1 (China, the United States, France, germany, the United Kingdom, and Russia, plus Germany) reached in the Vienna agreement by which Iran does not and will not manufacture nuclear weapons.
2016.- 84 people dead and over 400 injured in a suicide bomb attack said, by the winding of a truck, in Nice (France).
1602.- Giulio Mazzarini, Mazarino, who’s Italian in the service of France.
1717.- Ventura Rodríguez, architect of the Portuguese language.
1888.- Henry Rose, an actor and theatre director in argentina.
1910.- William Hanna, from the united states, and the co-founder of the studio of animation movies.
1913.- Gerald Ford, the president of the united states.
1918.- Ingmar Bergman, the director of the Swedish film and theatre.
1921.- Geoffrey Wilkinson, british chemist and winner of the Nobel prize in Chemistry in 1973.
1929.- Eduardo, Lizalde, mexican writer.
1942.- Javier Solana Madariaga, politically, to the Portuguese.
1956.- Carlos Andradas, a Portuguese mathematician.
1973.- Candela Peña, Spanish actress.
1977.- Victoria of Sweden, princess, an heir.
1816.- Francisco de Miranda, a hero of the independence of the bolivarian republic of Venezuela.
1920.- The Mariano de Cavia, a writer and a journalist for the Portuguese language.
1954.- Jacinto Benavente, translated to the Portuguese.
1958.- Faisal II king of Iraq.
1970.- Luis Mariano, singer, and Portuguese.
1971.- Ermilo Abreu Gómez, a student and writer from mexico.
1998.- Richard McDonald, american businessman, originator of the fast food chain of the same name.
2002.- At the time, Joaquín Balaguer, a politician of the dominican republic.
2003.- San Francisco Repilado Muñoz, Compay Segundo, musician from cuba.
2010.- Eduardo Sanchez Junco, editor of the Portuguese, the director of the magazine Hola. TODAY