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Today’s Ephemeris: What Happened on August 19 | Events in Argentina and around the world

In Ephemeris of August 19 These events that happened on a day like today in Argentina and around the world stand out:

1944. Nese Hugo Tumor

Hugo’s tumor Carlos was born in Tejador. He went through Atalanta, River, Gimnasia and Union before playing for Boca from 1976 to 1988. He won it all with xeneize team. Most capped player in Argentine football during his 26 years as a professional: 765 games. With Ubaldo Fillol, he shares the record for saves with 26 penalties.


Born in London Ian GillenDeep Purple’s voice. He is considered one of the greatest singers in rock history. Internal strife within the group led to his exit with full success. He started his solo career and then reunited with his former colleagues.


Nas Sandro. He was born as Roberto Sanchez. He was one of the rock pioneers in Argentina along with Sandro y los de Fuego. In the late 1960s his career took on new vigor in the melodic genre. He acted with music and Attendance records accompanied his performances at the Gran Rex Theater in his last years. He did not survive the post-double heart and lung transplant in Mendoza He died there on January 4, 2010 at the age of 64. The intervention took place on November 20, 2009 at an Italian hospital in Quito. Artist wears veil at National Congress.

1946. Birth of Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton Born in Arkansas. He ruled his home state until 1992, when he was elected president and ended twelve years of Republican rule. He inherited the largest deficit in US history and left office in 2001 with a record surplus. It did not intervene in the Balkan wars or the 1994 Haitian crisis, however In 1999, it authorized NATO’s intervention in Yugoslavia over the Kosovo crisis, in the first military action by the Atlantic alliance in half a century.. Earlier, in 1996, he was the first Democrat to be reelected since Franklin Roosevelt. In 1998, the sexgate came to light because of his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.. The case led to a political trial, George W. He was released amid a pre-Bush era morale wave.

1951. Gustavo Santolalla was born

Born in El Palomar Gustavo Santolalla. Composer, musician and producer, he formed the groups Arrow Iris and Soluna before going into exile in Los Angeles in 1978. In 1973 he produced Leon Keiko’s debut album—which bore the singer-songwriter name—from that association. Later, among other works, From Ushuaia to La Quiaca. His work has successfully extended to the present day. He won two consecutive Oscars for the soundtrack Secret on the Hill Y Babel and formed the group Bajofundo.

1953. The Coup in Iran

The overthrow of Mohammad Mossadegh as Prime Minister of Iran. He came to power democratically in 1951. Oil nationalization alienated him from the Western powers. The United States and the United Kingdom blocked Iran, and the CIA worked with the British MI6 to finance the removal of the prime minister. The Shah, who has ruled since 1941, joins the coup and presides over a monarchical dictatorship that collapses with the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

1953. Birth of Nanni Moretti

In Brunico, Italy Born actor, director and screenwriter Nanni Moretti. Expensive everyday Y April Attracted attention in the 90s Son’s room He won the Palme d’Or at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival Crocodile, Pope Y my mother. Among his recent productions is a documentary Santiago, Italy.

1977. Groucho Marx dies

Julius Henry Marx, universally known as Groucho Marx, has passed away. He was born in 1890 in New York. Along with his brothers Chico, Harbo and Seppo, he headed one of the most acclaimed comedy groups in cinema history. Groucho stood out for his witty one-liners in movies like Duck soup Y A Night at the Opera. He received an Academy Award for Lifetime Achievement in 1977 The Marx Brothers.

1991. The Coup in the Soviet Union

Mikhail Gorbachev was removed from the post of President of the Soviet Union in a coup organized by members of his government.One. It was a belated reaction to the Soviet leader’s reforms two years after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Gorbachev is on vacation in Crimea after his dismissal was announced and remains there for the three days the crisis lasts. He was replaced by Gennady Yanayev. President of the Russian Federation Boris Yeltsin, opposes the coup and holds demonstrations in Moscow and Leningrad against the conspirators. The attempt fails. Gorbachev arrived in the capital and resigned as General Secretary of the Communist Party. Yeltsin becomes the new strongman of a country headed for its dissolution. At Christmas 1991, the Soviet Union ceased to exist.

2016. Goodbye to Rogelio García Lupo

Rogerio Garcia LupoOne of Argentina’s greatest journalists has died at the age of 84. He accompanied Rodolfo Walsh on Prensa Latina and on the newspaper CGT de los Argentinos. His work as an investigative journalist resulted in books Revolt of the generals, Against foreign aggression, Mercenaries and Monopolies in Argentina, Secret diplomacy and unconditional surrender, Stroessner’s Heaven, Latest news about Peron and his time Y Latest news about Fidel Castro and Che.

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