The March 11th is the 70e Jour of the Année (71e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier.
1513 : The cardinal Jean de Medicis (Giovanni di Lorenzo de Médicis), wire of Laurent de Médicis, is elected Pape and becomes the 217e Pape of the Catholic church, under the name of Leon X. (end of the Pontificate in 1521).
1794 : Creation of the Polytechnic school.
1905 : Official unveiling of the Parisian Subway.
1978 : Died of Claude Francois, singer of French variety
1982 : Scott Hamilton becomes world champion of figure skating.
1991 : Monica Seles becomes the youngest N°1 player with ATP at the 17 years, 3 months and two days age.
1993 : First flight of the Airbus has 321 (lengthened version of the A320).
1994 : Cleaves Robert driven an electric car, the Impact to 295,832 km/h.
1995 : Yolanda Chen increases the female world records indoor of triple jump to 15 m 03.
- the ex- Beatles push back a offrе of 225 milliοns of dollаrsрour to meet for a round.
- Attribution of the government contracts of construction and the restoration of the colleges of Ile-de-France: Claude-Annick Tissot, vice-president of the district council of Ile-de-France, charged with the Commission of the markets, reveals in a note addressed to Michel Giraud, president RPR of the district council, “ of serious anomalies ” in the operation of the Commission of the Markets.
1998 : The body of Yves Montand, dead 6 years earlier, is exhumed for a test intended to compare its DNA with that of Aurore Drossard, young woman a 22 year old who affirms being her daughter. The analyzes will be negative.
- First turn of the municipal elections in France.
- Patrick de Carolis is elected mayor of the village of Rocamadour, (France) without being itself presented nor made countryside. A law would provide that in the absence of candidate in small communes, each one can vote for that which it wishes and the journalist, living the common one gained 86 of the 163 votes cast.
- Today Jean-Paul II béatifie 233 laic nuns, monks and, victims of the Spanish civil war between 1936 and 1939.
- the Mutinerie of a youthful detention center Brésil IEN makes 1 dead and 20 wounded.
- Jeremy Benjamin Mauri , a French tourist is stopped with Athens after being itself stripped little before the takeoff of a flight of the company Olympic Airways.
- Janica Kostelić gains the female World cup of Alpine skiing.
2002 : A 16 year old young woman is acquitée under condition under two years after having been confined clandestinely and having thrown her baby by the window of the family home in England the September 30th 2001. The child, a little girl who fortunately survived, came from a incestueux rape by the uncle of the teenager.
- the the United States which have already the Bombe H, of the Bombe has, of the carbuncle, the " orange Agent " , adds to their military arsenal a conventional bomb guided by satellite of 9,5 tons! The bomb MOAB (Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb - massive ammunition for purpose of breath), has just been tested in Florida.
- the police force intervenes with Caudebec-the-Tweed, France, within the framework of a teenager who has been just wounded with ankle while falling from a balcony, of night. It is not a question of a burgling but of an young woman (16 years) who, driven out at it by the boyfriend of his mother, lives in the garden since 6 months and which tried to return to find something to eat. It is led to the hospital while the mother and her boyfriend, are heard by the police force.
- the epidemic of Pneumonie makes its appearance at the French hospital of Hanoï after the arrival at the end of February of a patient presenting the same symptoms, coming from China, and having forwarded by Shanghai and Hongkong.
- Foundation of the International penal court to $the Hague incorrect date
2004 : Terrorist attack with Madrid (Spain). Bloody murders strike almost simultaneously trains and stations inhabitants of Madrid in full rush hour, killing 191 people and while wounding more than 1.500.
- 1744 : Jose Anastácio da Cunha, mathematician Portuguese († January 1st 1787)
- 1745: Bodawphaya, or Bodawpaya , king d' Awa (today Myanmar) of 1782 with 1819. († June 5th 1819), with Amarapura)
- 1754: Jose Delgado Guerra known as “Pepe Hillo”, Spanish matador († May 11th 1801).
- 1811 : Urbain the Glassmaker, mathematician, astronomer, meteorologist and politician French († September 23rd 1877)
- 1818: Henri Etienne Holy-Claire Deville, chemist French
- 1819: Henry Touches, British, founder of the Tate Gallery with London
- 1822: Joseph Bertrand, mathematician, historian of sciences and academician French, († 1900)
- 1887: Raoul Walsh, American realizer († December 31st 1980)
- 1898: Dorothy Gish actress († 1968)
- 1903: Laurence Welk, popular Leader with (Calcutta) († 1992).
- 1906 : Zino Davidoff, Swiss manufacturer ukraino- of cigars († 1994)
- 1907: Helmuth James von Moltke, lawyer and conspiring German († January 23rd 1945), founder of the Circle of Kreisau
- 1916: Harold Wilson, Prime Minister of the the United Kingdom 1964 - 1970 and 1974 - 1976 († 1995)
- 1921: Astor Piazzolla, type-setter, the father of the modern tango († 1992)
- 1922: Antoine Blondin, éсrivаin French, (Monkey in winter) († 1991)
- 1931: Rupert Murdoch, journalist and Australian businessman
- 1934: Roger Coggio, actor and realizer French († 2001)
- 1951: Dominique Sanda (Dominique Tide gate), French actress .
- 1952 : Douglas Adams, British writer († 2001).
- 1955 : Nina Hagen, German singer
- 1956: Curtis L. Brown, American astronaut
- 1960: Christophe Gans, realizer, producing and scenario writer French
- Helene of Yugoslavia
- Serge of Yugoslavia
- Farahnaz of Iran
- Marcos César Big shots, spationaut Brazil IEN
- Marc Tarabella, Belgian politician of French language
- 1978: Didier Drogba, Football or of the Ivory Coast.
- 1979 : Elton Brand, tennis shoe American tor.
- 1982 : Torah Birch, American actress
- 1986: Sergey Zasimovich is a specialist in the high jump Kazakh.
- 222 : Héliogabale, Roman Emperor (°C. 203)
- 1198: Marie de France, sister of Louis VII (° 1145)
- 1514: Bramante, Italian architect (° 1444)
- 1722: John Toland, Irish philosopher (° November 30th 1670)
- 1812: Philippe-Jacques de Loutherbourg, Franco-English painter (° October 31st 1740)
- 1820: Alexander Mackenzie, exploring Canadian of Scottish origin. (° 1764)
- 1830: Gerard de Lally-Tollendal, politician and academician French (° March 5th 1751)
- 1847: John Chapman ( Johnny Appleseed ), botanist and pioneer states-unien (° September 26th 1774)
- 1870: Moshoeshoe Ier, king of the Lesotho
- 1907: Jean Casimir-Périer, president of France (° November 8th 1847)
- 1931: Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, German realizer (° December 28th 1888)
- 1932: Ivar Kreuger, king of the matches, (° March 2nd 1880) (suicide).
- 1944 : Irvin S. Cobb, writer, scenario writer and American actor. (° June 23rd 1876)
- 1955: Alexander Fleming, British biologist (° August 6th 1881)
- 1963: Jean-Marie Bastien-Thiry, French military engineer who tried to make assassinate the general de Gaulle (° October 19th 1927)
- 1969: John Wyndham, British writer of science fiction (° July 10th 1903)
- 1971: Philosophy Farnsworth, pioneer states-unien of television (° August 19th 1906)
- 1972: Fredric Brown, writer states-unien (° October 29th 1906)
- 1978: Claude François, singer French (° 1939)
- 1981: Kazimierz Kordylewski, astronomer Polish (° October 11th 1903)
- 1992: Richard Brooks, American realizer
- 2002: James Tobin, economist (° March 5th 1918)
Catholic and orthodoxe saints of the day
- Sophrone of Jerusalem († 638-639), patriarch confessor.
- Euloge de Cordoue († 859), bishop and martyr.
Catholic saints of the day
- Holy Rosine
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