In the ephemeris of july 12 The following events that occurred in Argentina and globally are highlighted.
- Today 12th of July commemorates the National Day of Social Medicine. On this date the doctor is reminded Rene Favalorospecializing in cardiology and surgery, for his birth in 1923.
Liliana Favaloro: “René had been told in the US that he needed a patron for this”
- 1691 – The battle described as the bloodiest of those that have taken place on Irish soil, the Aughrim War, in which the army under the command of William III of Orange clashed against the Jacobite forces. After its completion, a total of 7,000 casualties were recorded.
- 1780 – Lieutenant General is born Juana Azurduy in the municipality of Toroca. He fought for the emancipation of the Viceroyalty of the Río de La Plata against the Spanish monarchy. Simón Bolívar promoted her to colonel and granted her a pension that he received for 25 years.
Juana Azurduy: searching for the historical truth
- 1789 – the revolutionary journalist Camille Desmoulins delivers a speech that will later lead to the social uprising and Storming of the Bastille July 14.
- 1852 – One of the creators of the Radical Civic Union and former president of the Argentine Republic is born, Hipolito Yrigoyen. He was the first head of state elected by universal suffrage under the Sáenz Peña Law (No. 8,871), established on February 1, 1912.
- 1904 – One of the greatest figures of Latin American lyric poetry of the 20th century, Pablo Neruda, comes to the world in Santiago de Chile. The trans-Andean poet is the author of one of the most widely read composition books in history, Twenty love poems and a desperate song (1924) and was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971.
The houses of Pablo Neruda are in danger
- 1909 – Television actor and comedian of the 1960s and 1970s Joseph Wardellm A native of the American city of Philadelphia, he rose to fame for his role as curly in the comedy group The Three Stooges.
- 1930 – A new anniversary of the railway tragedy of Tram No. 75 belonging to line 105, which linked the Temperley branch to Plaza Constitución. The accident occurred when the formation fell into the Riachuelo from the Bosch Bridge, whose central section remained raised, and ended with the lives of 56 people.
- 1937 – Born actor, comedian and stand-up writer Bill Cosby in the state of Philadelphia. Among his most famous works are the interpretation of him in the comic series of adventures l spy Y The Bill Cosby Showa family program with which he achieved his greatest success in 1984. At that time, he became the best-paid artist on the small screen, reaching an audience that averaged around 63.5 million viewers.
- 1944 – concentration camp closed Auschwitz-Birkenau in which they had imprisoned 12,500 Jews, of whom 4,000 were vilely murdered through the gas chamber.
The Soviet Army liberated Auschwitz on January 27, 1945.
- 1962 – The Mexican boxer and considered the best in his country in the sport of gloves, Julius Cesar Chavez born in the town of Obregón. He won the world titles in the boxing categories: super featherweight, lightweight, super lightweight and even went undefeated for almost 14 years.
1962 – The Rolling Stones they appear in public for the first time as an amateur at the Marquee Club, in London, where they gave a show prior to being baptized with the name that the band currently bears.
- 1986 – Wreckage of ocean liner spotted titanica, at more than 3,800 meters deep and 74 years after its sinking. The largest passenger ship in the world shipwrecked between the night of the 14th and the early morning of April 15, 1912.
110 years after the sinking of the Titanic: ten heartbreaking stories of survivors
- 1997 – The activist is born Malala Yousafzai. She rises to prominence by surviving a brutal attack by Taliban soldiers in Pakistan after promoting girls’ education in her native country. She becomes an international symbol of struggle and in 2014 she receives the Nobel Peace Prize, being the youngest person to be decorated with only 17 years. At age 11 she had a blog under the pseudonym Gul Makai and she described the panic under the yoke of terrorists. Because of her claims, extremists targeted her for accusing her of sharing “Western propaganda.”
- 2000 – He launches into space Zvezda-module, the third model to dock with the International Space Station. With the particularity that it was transported in a Proton rocket, the first to be plotted with advertising.
- 2015 – Mexican drug lord escapes from maximum security prison Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmanhead of the Sinaloa cartel
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Ephemeris of July 12: what happened on a day like today in Argentina and the world