World.- In the ephemeris of this March 10 Several important ones that marked the history of humanity stand out, for example: in 1952, Cuban President Carlos Prío Socarrás was overthrown by a military coup led by Fulgencio Batista, who assumed the Head of State.
On the same date, but in 2019, the accident of a Boeing 737-800 MAX near Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) caused the death of its 157 occupants. The incident was the second of a similar plane in five months, which caused several countries to close their airspace to these aircraft.
What are the ephemeris of March 10?
1815.- The Spanish troops defeat the Peruvian indigenous rebels in Umachiri.
1876.- Lorenzo Latorre assumes the presidency of Uruguay.
1876.- The British inventor Alexander Graham Bell, maintains his first telephone conversation with an assistant who was in an adjoining room.
1905.- The battle of Mukden between the Japanese and the Russians, which began on February 20, ends with the victory of Japan and high losses for both parties.
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1906.- Mining disaster in Courrieres, Lens (France): more than a thousand dead miners.
1931.- A fire destroys the historic Principal Theater in the capital of Mexico, the former coliseum of the viceroys of New Spain.
1943.- The GOU (Group of United Officers) is constituted in Argentina, whose main leader was Colonel Juan Domingo Perón.
[1945.- World War II: Three hundred American planes bomb Tokyo for six hours.
1959.- A revolt against the Chinese occupation of 1951 begins in Tibet. In the following days, the retaliation of the Chinese authorities causes thousands of deaths.
1966.- Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands marries the German diplomat Claus von Amsberg in Amsterdam.
1969.- James Earl Ray pleads guilty to the murder of civil rights leader Martin Luther King. He was sentenced to 99 years in prison and died in prison in 1998.
1977.- Astronomers discover rings around the planet Uranus.
1987.- The Vatican condemns artificial human fertilization because all forms of reproduction must be the result of conjugal love.
1990.- The Christian Democrat Patricio Aylwin assumes the presidency of Chile and puts an end to 16 years of military dictatorship headed by General Augusto Pinochet.
1991.- The United States Army begins to abandon its positions in the Persian Gulf at the end of the first Gulf War.
1998.- Augusto Pinochet leaves the Army leadership to occupy a seat for life in the Chilean Senate.
2001.- The Prosecutor’s Office of Peru denounces former president Alberto Fujimori for the alleged extrajudicial execution of several terrorists during the assault on the Peruvian embassy.
2004.- Libya signs the protocol that allows the UN to control its nuclear program without limitations.
2005.- The Congress of Guatemala ratifies the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Central America and the United States.
.- Chess player Gary Kasparov announces his retirement from the competition after winning the Linares Tournament (Jaén).
2009.- The American mathematician Barbara Liskov, professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and one of the first female doctorates in computing, receives the prestigious “Turing Award”.
2017.- South Korea dismisses the country’s president, Park Geun-hye, for the corruption case known as “Rasputina”.
2019.- The accident of a Boeing 737-800 MAX near Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) causes the death of its 157 occupants. The incident was the second of a similar plane in five months, which caused several countries to close their airspace to these aircraft.
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2021.- The Libyan Parliament approves the new National Unity Government and ends 7 years of political division.
Who was born on a March 10?
1452.- Fernando de Aragón, husband of Isabel la Católica.
1503.- Ferdinand I of Germany, founder of the Austrian Empire.
1549.- Francisco Solano, “Apostle of Peru”, Spanish missionary.
1760.- Leandro Fernández de Moratín, Spanish playwright.
1833.- Pedro Antonio de Alarcón, Spanish writer.
1844.- Pablo Sarasate, Spanish violinist.
1928.- Sara Montiel, Spanish singer and actress.
1936.- Joseph Blatter, president of FIFA.
1946.- José Juan Bigas Luna, Spanish film director.
1957.- Osama Bin Laden, Saudi terrorist, mastermind of the jihadist attacks of September 11, 2001 in the United States
1958.- Sharon Stone, American actress.
1964.- Edward Windsor, Prince of England.
.- Neneh Cherry, Swedish singer, daughter of jazz trumpeter Don Cherry.
1973.- Eva Herzigová, Czech model.
1981.- Samuel Eto’o, Cameroonian footballer.
Who died on a March 10?
1826.- John VI, King of Portugal.
1864.- Maximilian II, King of Bavaria.
1872.- Giuseppe Mazzini, Italian writer and patriot.
1985.- Konstantin Chernenko, Soviet leader.
1986.- Ray Milland, American actor.
1999.- Oswaldo Guayasamin, Ecuadorian painter.
2001.- Jorge Recalde, Argentine racing driver.
2003.- Barry Sheene, British motorcycling world champion.
2007.- Ricardo Espalter, 82 years old, Uruguayan actor and comedian.
2011.- Mario Clavell, Argentine singer and composer.
2012.- Jean Giraud “Moebius”, French cartoonist.
2018.- Hubert de Givenchy, French fashion designer.
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