1934 – c. According to
Line C of the Buenos Aires Subway has been inaugurated with a route of 2.8 km between Plaza Constitution and Diagonal Norte stations.
1948 – Carlos Loisue
Salta city-born cartoonist and cartoonist Carlos Loiseau, better known as Caloi, is the creator of the popular character Clemente and one of the most prominent artists of Argentine graphic humour.
1962 – Sergio Batista
Former football player and coach Sergio Batista, 1985 America’s champion with Argentina Juniors, 1986 Intercontinental Cup winner with River Plate and Mexico ’86 World Cup champion with Argentina team, was born in Buenos Aires. He led the Argentine team in the 2011 Copa America.
1967 – Rolling Stone
In the American city of San Francisco, the first issue of Rolling Stone magazine went on sale, a fortnightly edition in the United States and which over the years became the most important global publication dedicated to rock.
1970 – Charles de Gaulle
At the age of 79, conservative general and politician Charles de Gaulle, leader of the resistance to the invasion of Nazi Germany during World War II, dies in the French commune of Colombe-les-deux-glise. He was the President of the Republic of France between 1959 and 1969.
1980 – Diego A. maradona
With an Argentine Juniors shirt, Diego Maradona scored four goals against Boca goalkeeper Hugo Orlando Gatti, who said he was not “intimidated or worried about that chubby”, a youthful promise of “bicho” at the time. was. The match played at the Velez Sarsfield ground was won by the Argentine juniors 5–3.
1989 – Berlin Wally
The fall of the Berlin Wall, a symbol of the Cold War that divided the city into an area for the Democratic Republic of Germany and another for federal Germany, along 45 kilometers of the border created after World War II. This event marked the dissolution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics under the leadership of Communist Russia.
2000 – Roberto Gallen
Radio and television announcer and host Roberto Galán has died in Buenos Aires at the age of 83, co-founder of the Argentine Society of Announcers, who sing “If You Know, Sing” and “I Want to Get Married, and” programs are popular. you?”.
2019 – palm trees
The cumbia band Los Palmeiras perform public vibrations to the rhythm of “soy saballero” in a ceremony before the CONMEBOL South American Cup final, which is played at the Pablo Rojas Stadium in Asuncion between Independiente del Valle, Ecuador and Santa Fe to Colón. Del Paraguay. The Ecuadorian team won the final 3–1.
2021 – Blood Donor
National Voluntary Blood Donor Day is celebrated in 1914 to commemorate the date on which the doctor and researcher Luis Agote performed the first transfusion in the country.
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