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Today’s Ephemeris: What Happened on March 15 | Events in Argentina and around the world

In Ephemeris of March 15 These events that happened on a day like today in Argentina and around the world stand out:

1916. Blas de Otero is born

One of the greatest Spanish poets of the 20th century was born: Blas de Otero. The poet from Bilbao published, among other books. I ask for peace and the word, In Spanish, What about Spain? Y White shark. Died in 1979.

1937. Death of HP Lovecraft

Howard Phillips Lovecraft He was born in 1890 and died in Providence, Rhode Island. Author of horror and science fiction. His works are among the most influential in 20th-century dramatic literature. He created a myth out of the Cthulhu figure and fantasy book Necronomicon, which is named in a good part of his stories. Best Works: Color fell from the sky, In the Mad Mountains, Case of Charles Dexter Ward, The Dunwich Horror.

1959. Follies Lester Young

Lester Young, one of jazz’s greatest saxophonists, has died at the age of 49. Along with Coleman Hawkins, he was instrumental in the development of the tenor sax in jazz. A nickname Prez Philly for the holidaysMost of his best recordings are recordings with singers.

1985. Dictatorship ends in Brazil

The Brazilian military dictatorship established in 1964 ended. President Tancredo Neves did not take office due to complications from surgery. The administrator is in charge of his deputy, Jose SarniIt would remain in effect until Neves’s death in 1990, a month after taking office.

1995. The Death of Carlos Menem (H).

Carlos Menem Jr. was killed when the helicopter he was traveling in crashed high above San Nicolas, along with the president’s son and racing driver Silvio Oltra.. The event comes in the midst of Menem’s re-election campaign. Branded an accident, the death of Menem’s son still raises doubts. His mother, Sulema Yoma, argued that it was murder.

2022. Goodbye to Arturo Bonin

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actor Arturo Bonin He died at the age of 78. He has appeared in film, theater and television. He participated on the big screen in titles like Wait a lot for me, Massacre in the National Senate, Piroletto, the adventure of a rebel, Another love story and cult Spanish film Sunrise, this is no small matter. On TV, in addition to acting unitaries and soap operas, he was the host of the cycle I was a witness. In the theater, he was a regular participant in the cycle Theater of Identity.