Ephemeris of May 12 What Happened on a Day Like

Ephemeris of May 12: What Happened on a Day Like Today

Today, May 12, 131 years ago, the children’s board (PADELAI). This organization was founded to provide education, assistance and asylum to abandoned children and children of workers or immigrants who wandered unprotected through the streets of the city of Buenos Aires.

In addition, on the same day, but in 1906, The National Congress Palace was inaugurated in Buenos Aires to open the 45th period of ordinary legislative periods. It is important to note that the construction of the building was completed in 1946 and a Symbol of democracy in the country.

Another outstanding fact of today’s anniversary is the birth 1922the writer, journalist and playwright Marco Denevi in the city of Sáenz Peña in Buenos Aires. His most outstanding works include “Rosaura at ten”, “Secret Ceremony” and the book of micro stories “Falsificaciones”.

In the world of music, May 12th, 1967 The album was released in the UK “Do you have experience”the first of the Anglo-American rock band Jimmy Hendrix experienceLed by the famous American guitarist, considered one of the best in rock history.

In entertainment, the leader of the Rolling Stones founded in 1971 Mike JaggerShe married the Nicaraguan actress and human rights activist on the French Riviera Bianca Perez Morena. After their separation in 1979, she declared, “My marriage ended on my wedding anniversary.”

After their separation in 1979, Bianca Pérez Morena declared, “My marriage ended on my wedding anniversary.”

In the field of cinema today is the birth In 1981 of the actor Rami Said Malek, who played Freddie Mercury in the biographical film Bohemian Rhapsody (2018), for which he won an Oscar. He also starred in the series Mr. Robot (2015-2019), which earned him an Emmy Award.

In the political and social sphere was on May 12th 1986at the age of 100 years, died in Buenos Aires the medical and political Alicia Moreau de Justo, symbol of socialism and feminism in Argentina. She founded the Feminist Socialist Center and the Women’s Union and was a founding member of the Permanent Assembly for Human Rights.

In the sports field, in nineteen ninety six, Estudiantes de La Plata goalkeeper Carlos “Chiquito” Bossio became the was the first in his position to score a headerwith which he secured a 1-1 draw for his team in the last minute of the game against Racing Club.

Former President of the United States Jimmy Carter begins a five-day visit to Cuba in 2002 In doing so, he became the first American political leader to visit the island since the victory of the 1959 Socialist Revolution and the subsequent economic blockade that the North American country imposed on it.

In 2010 a plane from the Libyan company Afriqiyah Airways crashed on landing at Tripoli airport killing 103 passengers and crew and a 9-year-old boy was the sole survivor.

Since 1965 the International Nursing Day commemorating the 1820 birth date of British nurse Florence Nightingale, considered the founder of modern nursing.