03 May

1901 : Huge fire in Florida


On May 3, 1901, a fire broke out in a mattress factory in Jacksonville, Florida. The fire spread in the city and ended up destroying over 2,300 buildings.

1946 : War Crime Trials for Japanese officials


On 3 May 1946, the International Military Tribunal for the Far East began its debates against the Japanese military and members of the Japanese government accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity for their atrocities during WW2.
At the end of the trial, only 7 of them were sentenced to death and 16 others sentenced to life imprisonment.

1962 : Train accident in Japan


On 3 May 1962, a train accident involving two commuter trains and a freight train near Tokyo, Japan killed 160 people and injured 350 others. The freight train had not complied with a warning and had been diverted. In so doing, driving too fast, it was derailed on a parallel track.
The first commuter train could not avoid the carriages of the freight train being on its way. While the survivors, escaped from the train, due to the fact that no train had been warned of the crash, a second commuter train arrived at the scene of the accident and the crash that followed was even more terrible than the first one.

1968 : Beginning of the occupation of the Sorbonne


On May 3, 1968, students occupied the Sorbonne. At the request of university administration, they are forcibly evicted by police and hundreds of them were arrested. This was the beginning of events more and more violent by the students against the police.

1979 : Margaret Thatcher became Prime Minister


On May 3, 1979, in the United Kingdom, the Conservative Party won the parliamentary elections and its leader, Margaret Thatcher became Prime Minister. She was the first woman to hold this position in the country.

1991 : Last episode of Dallas


On May 3, 1991, CBS broadcasted the last episode of Dallas, which ended 13 seasons of the Ewing family saga.

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Kenpō Kinen Bi
On 3 May, is Constitution Day in Japan (Kenpo Kinen Bi). The postwar constitution of Japan was signed in 1947 and prohibits maintaining an Army.
To circumvent the constitution, Japan created the Japan Self-Defense Forces, troops assigned in theory to defend the country.
World Press Freedom Day
May 3 is World Press Freedom Day. This day was created by the United Nations in 1993 and is an opportunity to highlight to people the attacks on freedom of expression and the dangers faced by investigative journalists.

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Margaret Thatcher
Democratic nations must try to find ways to starve the terrorist and the hijacker of the oxygen of publicity they which one depends.

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Niccol Machiavelli, Italian writer and humanist (1469)
Charles Tennant, Scottish chemist and industrialist (1768)
Emmett Dalton, American outlaw, member of the Dalton Gang (1871)
Marcel Dupr, French organist and pianist (1886)
George Paget Thomson, English physicist, Nobel Laureate (1892)
Golda Meir, Prime Minister of Israel (1898)
Gino Cervi, Italian actor (1901)
Alfred Kastler, French physicist, Nobel Prize Laureate (1902)
Bing Crosby, American singer and actor (1903)
Mary Astor, American actress (1906)
Sugar Ray Robinson, American boxer (1921)
Steven Weinberg, American physicist, Nobel Laureate (1933)
Georges Moustaki, French singer (1934)
Christopher Cross, American musician (1951)
Martin Bouygues, Bouygues group CEO (1952)
Mikhail Prokhorov, Russian billionaire entrepreneur, president of ONEXIM group (1965)
Dul Hill, American actor (1975)
Marcel Vigneron, American chef (1980)

Ils nous ont quitt un 03 May

John Winthrop, American astronomer (1779)
Adolphe Adam, French composer (1856)
Zakir Hussain, Indian politician (1969)
Bruce Cabot, American actor (1972)
Dalida, French Egyptian singer (1987)
Narciso Yepes, Spanish guitarist (1997)
Sbastien Enjolras, French racing driver (1997)
Barbara Castle, British politician (2002)
Pramod Mahajan, Indian politician (2006)
Wally Schirra, American astronaut (2007)

: 03 May

Hide tattoos when working


Our tattoos can be part of our identity, but when they are very visible, they can be a concern to find work or not be accepted in the company for which we work.
First, to hide your tattoos, you can wear long sleeves and turtlenecks.
You can also use makeup. You must use a color much darker than your natural color and use powder in abundance.
To hide a tattoo on a temporary basis, there is also the possibility of wrapping the area with a bandage as if you were injured.
A solution in the longer term, if you really love your work, is to surgically remove your tattoo using laser. In this case, it is important to have it done by a qualified physician. However you should know that the cost is far from being negligible, especially if you have large surfaces to remove. Not to mention that it often takes several interventions for a tattoo to disappear completely.

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