eso ha pasado un 19 Septiembre

1881 : President Garfield succumbs to his injuries

On September 19, 1881, U.S. President James A. Garfield died of his injuries. He had been shot in the back and in the arm while he was in a railroad waiting room in Washington. The gunman surrendered immediately. Despite the care which had been provided for 2 and a half months, the president died of blood poisoning. He had stayed only a few months in office.

1893 : Women get the right to vote in New Zealand

On September 19, 1893, New Zealand became the first country to grant voting rights to women. This decision was the result of a long action by feminists. The first elections in which women participated was national elections of November 1893.

1985 : Earthquake in Mexico city

On September 19, 1985, an earthquake of magnitude 1.8 hit the capital of Mexico. It lasted about 3 minutes. 3000 buildings were destroyed and over 100,000 severely damaged. 10,000 people were killed and 30,000 more were injured.

1989 : UTA Flight 772 bombed

On September 19, 1989, French UTA Flight 772, making the connection between Brazzaville in Congo and Paris via Ndjamena in Chad, crashed in Niger in the Sahara Desert, following an explosion on board the aircraft. Libya was convicted of the attack. The reason given was the French support to the Chadian government during the conflict between Chad and Libya between 1978 and 1987.

2006 : Coup in Thailand

On September 19, 2006, the Thai army perpetrated a coup against the elected government of Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. The army declared martial law, abrogated the constitution, banned demonstrations and censored the media. Martial law was repealed in stages during 2007 and general elections were held in December 2007. Nevertheless, the political crisis was not resolved.

Actualidad del día : 19 Septiembre

Independance Day in Saint Kitts and Nevis
September 19 is Independence Day in Saint Kitts and Nevis, which commemorates its independence gained against the United Kingdom in 1983.

Cita del día : 19 Septiembre

David McCallum
I feel it's a person's duty to participate in the governing of the country in which he lives.

Cumpleaños : 19 Septiembre

Henri III, Rey de Francia (1551)
Joe Pasternak, Productor estadounidense (1901)
William Golding, Poeta inglés, Premio Nobel de Literatura (1911)
Emil Zátopek, Atleta checo (1922)
Masatoshi Koshiba, Físico japonés, Premio Nobel de Física (1926)
Rosemary Harris, Actriz inglesa (1927)
Muhal Richard Abrams, Músico estadounidense (1930)
David McCallum, Actor escocés (1933)
Paul Williams, Músico estadounidense (1940)
Jeremy Irons, Actor inglés (1948)
Sally Potter, Directora de cine inglesa (1949)
Twiggy, Modela inglesa (1949)
Marie-Anne Chazel, Actriz francesa (1951)
Michael Wolff, Pianista de jazz estadounidense (1952)
Alexandra Vandernoot, Actriz belga (1965)
Sabine Paturel, Cantante francesa (1965)
Victoria Silvstedt, Modelo sueco y presentadora de televisión (1974)
Michelle Alves, Modelo brasileño (1978)
Damiano Cunego, Ciclista italiano (1981)
Eduardo Carvalho, Futbolista portugués (1982)
Kevin Zegers, Actor canadiense (1984)
Danielle Panabaker, Actriz americana (1987)
Faye Reagan, Actriz porno estadounidense (1988)
Alex Etel, Actor inglés (1994)
Taylor Geare, Actriz americana (2001)

Nos han dejado un 19 Septiembre

Go-Daigo, Emperador de Japón (1339)
James A. Garfield, 20o presidente de Estados Unidos (1881)
Lionel Terray, Alpinista francés (1965)
Chester Carlson, Físico e inventor estadounidense (1968)
Einar Gerhardsen, Primer ministro noruego (1987)
Elizabeth Allen, Actriz americana (2006)
Vue mer : crédit photo Aseed