The March 10th is the 69e Jour of the Année (70e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier.
third century BC
1465 : Publication of “proclamation”, bases Ligue of the Public property, revolt peerage-book against the king of France Louis XI.
- Alexander Graham Bell speaks with its assistant in what one considers being the first phone conversation of the history.
- Latin America, military Dictature which puts an end to the disorders in Uruguay with Lorenzo Latorre as provisional governor (1876 - 1879), then president of the Republic (1879 - 1880). For the first time, a military career and not a rural caudillo will direct the Uruguay. With supports land oligarchy and exporting tradesmen of Montevideo, the dictator will support the extension of large the estancias dedicated to the bovine breeding.
1880 : With New York, the Salvation Army founded to London in 1865, begins its activities out of ground of America, giving to the organization its international character. With the passing of years, it will extend its sphere of activity in a hundred country.
- Quebec: Samuel Parslow is hung with Holy-Scholastique for its complicity in the murder of Isidore Poirier , the husband of Cordélia Viau .
- Quebec: Cordélia Viau is hung with Holy-Scholastique for the murder of her husband Isidore Poirier .
- a French decree regulates the circulation of the cars:
- speed is limited to 30 km/h in open country
- speed is limited to 20 km/h in agglomeration
- required of a receipt of declaration of putting into circulation: the automobile license
- required of a certificate of competence for the control of the vehicles: the driving license
1967 : Svetlana , the girl of Stalin, request asylum with the Swiss .
- a former Japanese officer goes after being hidden in the jungle philipiine during 30 years. He did not know yet that the war was finished.
- the Romania becomes world champion of Handball for the fourth time by beating the GDR 14 to 12.
1979 : Gloria Gaynor, considered during a certain time as the queen of the disco music before yielding her crown to Gave Summer, obtains its only large success of its career with I Will Survive , which will be 3 weeks at the head hit-parades and will be worth with the singer a platinum disc.
1987 : The the Vatican recalls the opposition of the catholic hierarchy to the genetic engineering, by rejecting the artificial procreation. According to the Catholic church, any fertilized ovule is already an human being, and the In vitro fertilization involves the destruction of several Embryons.
1989 : Canada: A twin-jet aircraft of the company Air Ontario is crushed in the forest close to the airport of Dryden in Ontario and takes fire, involving in death 24 people among the 65 passengers and 4 team members.
- an officially fine peace treaty putting at the Peloponnesian War, 24 centuries after the beginning of the conflict, is concluded by the towns of Athens and Sparte. The mayors of the two cities sign a proclamation of peace and fraternity which puts an end symbolically to the fratricidal war which made thousands of died of 431 with 404 before Jesus-Christ.
- Francisco " Pipin " Ferreras Rodriguez beats the world records of diving in apnea while going down to 130 Mr.
- Chantal Mauduit climbing with naked hands the arrow which dominates the turns of Notre Dame and hangs there a flag of the Tibet to commemorate the 40 years of the rising of the people Tibetan to Lhassa, the March 10th 1959.
- In spite of the American warning statements, the the Vatican announces the opening of diplomatic relations with the Libya where approximately 50.000 catholics live.
- After 24 last years with the head of the Chilean Army, the general Augusto Pinochet, 82 years, symbol of the black years of the dictatorship, leaves its post of commander-in-chief to become senator with life.
- the president elected Ahmad Tejan Kabbah is restored in its functions by the troops of ECOMOG to the Sierra Leone.
- the Général Suharto is re-elected president of Indonesia for seventh a five years mandate, but resigns shortly after its election.
- the victims of the blood contaminated bring a continuation of 3,8 billion.
- France: After the Senate, the National Assembly adopts the project of revision constitutional on the equality between the men and the women.
- the special Court of Assizes of Paris condemns to the life imprisonment the six Libyans judged by Contumace for their participation in the attack of DC-10 of ATU, the September 19th 1989, which had made 170 died in the desert of the Ténéré.
- Sortie in France the film Shakespeare in Coils John Madden.
- Fine of the business of the lawsuit of the drugs anti-AIDS. An agreement made between the South-African government and the 39 pharmaceutical groups which withdraw their complaint. (see day of the March 9th)
- the Committee against modern slavery carries felt sorry for against a French engineer and his Malagasy wife. This couple of Maurepas, France, had reduced a Malagasy young woman to slavery. The latter made days of 7:00 of the morning, until midnight, did not have any day off, slept by ground in the bathroom, and had not still touched any wages.
- Frederic Covili gains the World cup of giant slalom at the conclusion of the last test of the season.
- Laure Pequegnot, vice-champion Olympic of the slalom gains the World cup of the discipline.
- Mister Liu Yung-yang , 103 years, and his wife Liu Yang-wan , 102 years beat world records: that of the longest marriage with 85 years of common life since 1917. This couple which one hopes for happy lives with Taïpeh, Taiwan.
- Sarra Fotheringham and a friend are stopped with Dubai and are accused of attempt at removal on child the 10 year old that it had with a richissime local businessman, Mr. Habtoor . Top of its size, this last agree to let the mother see her 10 year old son only 6 times in the year and only at Dubai.
- Gilles Panizzi and its Herve brother, Marcus Grönholm and Timo Rautiainen, and finally Richard Burns and Robert Reid finishes in the first three places of the rally of the Tour of Corsica. Peugeot thus makes a success of a superb triplet.
- the shirt regarded as the last range by Napoleon Bonaparte with Sainte-Hélène is allocated 63.000 euros at the time of an auction.
- the British weekly magazine The Observer reveals that the the United States require of the Great Britain to envisage 25.000 soldier sending to invade the Iraq.
- the president Jacques Chirac announces that the France will be opposed " whatever the circumstances " with a new américano-British resolution envisaging a Ultimatum on the Iraq.
- the president Laurent Gbagbo delegates some of her capacities to the Prime Minister Seydou Diarra, named at the conclusion of the Conférence of Marcoussis, in 16 fields and for one six months duration renewable.
- the chief of the Russian diplomacy, Igor Ivanov , affirms that Moscow will put its Veto at the Anglo-American draft Resolution to invade the Iraq.
- Nearly 600.000 paid of the public and to private expresses in all the France for the defense of the purchasing power.
- the Court of Bankruptcy of Paris orders the prohibition of the poster of the publicity campaign of the creators of clothing Marithé and François Girbaud, inspired by " Cène " of Léonard de Vinci, with the reason which it runs up against the religious feeling of the catholics.
- a attack-suicide inside a Mosque Shiite of Mosul (Iraq) made at least 47 dead.
- the judge Rodney Melville lance a Warrant for arrest against Michael Jackson which was not presented to the beginning of its audience of the day. The singer, judged for sexual abuse on minor, would receive care for a problem of back. The judge gives one hour to Michael Jackson to present itself in front of the court under penalty of paying a guarantee of three million dollars (2,2 million euros) and it can be even presented to its lawsuit in pyjamas.
- Garry Kasparov, former world champion of failures and world number one, announces its abandonment with the competition because of the enormous pressure which it had to withstand during the last years.
- 1452 : Ferdinand II of Aragon († January 23rd 1516)
- 1533: François III of Mantoue, noble Italian, duke of Mantoue, marquis de Montferrat († February 22nd 1550, 16 years)
- 1628: Marcello Malpighi, biologist Italy N († November 29th 1694)
- 1705: Peter Artedi, Naturalist Swedish († 1735)
- 1709: Georg Wilhelm Steller, botanist, zoologist, doctor and exploring Russian of German origin († 1746)
- John Playfair, British mathematician († July 20th 1819)
- Gabriel Bexon, known under the name of Abbot Bexon, naturalist French († 1784)
- 1766: Jean-Baptiste Broussier, general French († December 13rd 1814)
- 1788: Joseph von Eichendorff, German writer († 1857)
- 1797: George Poulett Scrope, geologist and British economist († January 19th 1876)
- 1806: Jose of los Santos, Spanish Matador († December 17th 1847).
- 1842 : Mykola Lysenko, Ukrainian type-setter († 1912)
- 1844: Pablo de Sarasate, violonist virtuoso and Spanish type-setter († September 20th 1908)
- 1845: Alexandre III, Russian tsar († November 11th 1894)
- 1867: Hector Guimard, architect French of Art nouveau († May 20th 1942)
- 1880: Broncho Billy Anderson, American actor († 1971)
- 1885: Pierre-Jules Baker, inventor French of the 2CV Citroen († November 11th 1950)
- 1888: Barry Fitzgerald, Irish actor († 1966)
- 1889: Rene Barthelemy, French engineer († 1954)
- 1891: Sam Jaffe, American actor († 1984)
- 1892: Arthur Honegger, Swiss type-setter free († November 27th 1955)
- 1903: Bix Beiderbecke, American musician († 1931)
- 1913: Adam Schaff, philosopher Polish († November 12th 2006)
- 1919: Marion Hutton, American singer († 1987)
- 1920: Boris Vian, writer French, engineer, poet, singer, musician († June 23rd 1959)
- 1928: James Earl Ray fatal of Martin Luther King († April 23rd 1998)
- 1931: Georges Dor, author, type-setter, playwright, singer, poet, translator, producer and realizer of Québécois theater († 2001)
- 1936: Sepp Blatter president of FIFA
- 1938: Marina Vlady, French actress
- Hank Vogel, Swiss writer-scenario writer
- Kim Campbell, 19ème Prime Minister of Canada of the June 25th to the November 4th 1993.
- Bob Greene, American journalist
- Tom Scholz, author and American guitarist
- 1951: Yves Bur, Political man French
- Gerard Garouste, actor French
- Alain Peters, Singer, Poet and Musicien Réunion be born († July 12th 1995)
- Luc Dardenne, Belgian realizer , brother of Jean-Pierre Dardenne
- Didier Barbelivien, born with Paris, author, type-setter and interprets French
- Marc-Andre Tourneux, author, type-setter and interprets Québécois
- Christian Montcouquiol known as “Nimeño II”, Matador French († November 25th 1991)
- 1955: Scott Bakula, American actor
- 1957: Usama Bin Laden, chief and founder of the terrorist network Al-Qaida
- 1958: Sharon Stone, American actress
- 1961: Laurel Clark, American astronaut († 2003)
- 1964: Edouard, count de Wessex, wire youngest child of Elisabeth II of England
- 1966: Arthur, TV host French
- 1970: Benoit Lutgen, Belgian politician of French language.
- 1971 : Timbaland Timothy Z. Mosley (producing, hip-hop & R&B]
- 1974: El Cid (Manual Jesús Cid), Spanish Matador .
- 1976 : Haifa Wehbe, singer Lebanon ease
- 1291 : Arghoun, Persian leader. (° 1258)
- 1312: Casimir ( Kazimierz Bytomski ), duke of Bytom. (° 1255)
- 1510: Jean Geiler de Kaisersberg (° March 16th 1445) large Alsatian preacher
- 1585: Rembert Dodoens, Belgian botanist (° June 29th 1517)
- 1588: Theodor Zwinger, erudite Switzerland (° August 2nd 1533)
- 1670: Johann Rudolf Glauber, German chemist (° 1604)
- 1776: Élie Fréron, French art critic (° January 20th 1718)
- 1792: John Stuart Butts, Prime Minister of Great Britain (° May 25th 1713).
- 1832 : Muzio Clementi, Italian type-setter (° January 24th 1752).
- 1861 : Tarass Chevtchenko, Ukrainian poet (° March 9th 1814).
- 1898 : Holy Marie-Eugenie of Jesus, born AsEugénie Milleret de Brou (° August 26th 1817), religious French catholic
- 1913: Harriet Tubman, abolitionist American. (? 1820)
- 1937: Ievgueni Zamiatine, Russian writer (° 1884).
- 1940 : Mikhaïl Boulgakov, Russian writer (° May 15th 1891).
- 1942 : William Henry Bragg, British physicist , Nobel Prize of physics 1915 (° July 2nd 1862).
- 1948 : Jan Masaryk, Czechoslovakian political personality (° September 14th 1886).
- 1951 : Kijūrō Shidehara, 44e Prime Minister of Japan (° August 11th 1872).
- Emile Coulonvaux, Belgian politician and Walloon militant (° February 26th 1892)
- Fried Zernike, Dutch physicist, Nobel Prize of physics 1953 (° July 16th 1888).
- 1985 : Konstantin Tchernenko, president of the Communist party of the USSR (° September 24th 1911).
- 1988 : Andy Gibb, singer australo - British (° March 5th 1958).
- 1998 : Lloyd Bridges, actor states-unien (° January 15th 1913).
- 1999 : Oswaldo Guayasamin, Ecuadorian painter (° July 6th 1919)
- 2003: Barry Sheene, British pilot motor bike (° September 11th 1950).
- 2005 :
- Dave Allen ( David Tynan O' Mahoney ), Irish actor (° July 6th 1936).
- Danny Joe Brown, American singer (° August 24th 1951).
- Mathias Ledoux, scenario writer and realizer of French television. (° 1953)
Catholic and orthodoxe saints of the day
- Attale de Bobbio († 627), second abbot of Bobbio.
- Forty martyrs of Rosefish († 324) (Western date)
- Vivien de Sébaste (IVe century) (Western date)
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