The March 30th is the 89e Jour of the Année (90e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier.
- 1496 : Paris: The rebuilding of the church Saint-Severin is about to be completed; takes place on this date the blessing of the apse.
1814 : Paris: The March 29th 1814, the allies are with the doors of Paris. The forty thousand men of the emperor could not stop a hundred and sixty thousand united. The March 30th, Paris armed its national guard, the workmen asked weapons and for rifles. Schwarzenberg had to attack by Pantin and Romainville, while Blücher was charged to take Clichy and the heights of Montmartre. Opposed to a hundred and thousand united, the thirty thousand men of the Duc of Raguse could only subject themselves. The capitulation is signed, Marmont must make evacuate its troops. The royalists try to cause a demonstration in favor of the Bourbons, but only some aristocrats answer the call.
1842 : The ether is used for the first time like Anesthésique by an American doctor, Long Dr. Crawford.
1856 : Treaty of Paris: End of the Crimean War, neutralization of the Black Sea and protection of the Ottoman Empire and the straits. The Russia yields the mouths of the the Danube to the Ottoman Empire.
1858 : A Brevet of invention is emitted for the first pencil provided with a Gomme to erase.
1867 : The the United States buys the Alaska with the Russia for 7.200.000 dollars: the purchase, authorized by the president Andrew Johnson is signed by the Secretary of State William Seward the April 9th 1867. The transfer of the Russian colony to the the United States will intervene the October 18th 1867.
1887 : Paris: At twenty-nine years, Andre Antoine, employed with the writings with the Gas-company, creates the Theater-Free . Admiror of Emile Zola, this Limougeaud young person has as an ambition to show the “true ” on scene.
- 1907 : To Billancourt, Gabriel Voisin flies on sixty meter on a Biplan of its manufacture, been driven by an engine of fifty horses.
1977 : Discovered of five rings around Uranus.
- the Sunflowers of Vincent van Gogh expensive becomes the table of the Terre, at the time of public biddings at Christie' S with London, where it is sold in less than 5 minutes for the sum record of 22,5 million pounds sterling, that is to say more than 220 franc million. It is the absolute records on the market of art at the time of auctions.
- the film Platoon gains 4 Oscars.
1991 : the world records of the 20 km in 56 ' 55" beat; 6 and that of the hour in 21,101 km.
- Ten French sailors find death on board the Nuclear submarine of attack Émeraude following a water way in the compartment of the turboalternators.
- Explosion of the factory CLIMADEF in Courbevoie.
- the Abortion and the Euthanasie are “crimes which no human law can claim to legitimate” , Jean-Paul II declares in a Encyclique, “Evangelium Vitae” (“the Gospel of the Life”).
- the Géant Casino of Avignon exposes a Credit card 1,72x1,08 m made up of 3658 pieces of Sucre.
- François Mitterrand inaugurates the National library of France, with Paris.
- Nicholas Morris , secretary of the Glaxo PCL sign a check with the profit of the Wellcome Trust Nominces Ltd . The amount is of 2.474.655 000 £ is 19.797.240 000 FF.
1997 : The Foreign Ministers of the Arab Ligue call with the freezing of the process of standardization of the relations with Israel, in answer to construction by the Hebrew State of an allotment Juif in edge of Jerusalem-Is.
1998 : The manufacturer BMW buys the manufacturer Rolls-Royce.
2000 : Twenty years after, the court of criminal appeal of the Court of Appeal of Paris orders the reopening of the investigation on the conditions of died of Jacques Mesrine, the public enemy number one, killed in 1979 by the police force in Paris.
- the US government makes a flashback by considering a limited refunding of the pill Abortive RU-486.
- the magazine the Point reveals that in France the Amiante would be the cause of three thousand five hundred Cancer S per annum.
- the Minister for Justice Marylise Lebranchu approaches the Commission concerning revision of the penal judgments of the case of Guillaume Seznec, this Breton condemned to the bagne in 1924 for the murder of notable which he always denied.
- Spain: the ETA threat to tackle the tourist areas.
- Two women are arrétées with Chisinau, Moldavie, to have sold human meat . They affirm to have recovered this meat in a public private clinic of Cancérologie of the city.
- Branislav Ivkovic, deputy of Socialist party (SPS) of Slobodan Milosevic, affirms at the Serb Parliament that police force was sent in the district of Dedinje in order to stop the Yugoslav former president. The partisans of Milosevic go then to the accesses of its residence to try to prevent its arrest.
- an explosion causes a Incendie in a Raffinerie of the Texas, the United States. This refinery of British Petroleum (BP) still will know an accident the March 23rd 2005.
- a new bottle filled with Acid sulphuric is thrown in the Pablo-Neruda college of Pierrefitte, France, 24:00 after that which was thrown in the college Joliot-Curie of Stains, France.
- 1135 : Maïmonide, philosopher and Jewish theologist († December 13rd 1204, 68 years)
- 1326: Ivan II of Russia, large prince de Moscou and of Vladimir († November 13rd 1359, 32 years)
- 1705: August Johann Rösel von Rosenhof (or Roesel), Artist and German Naturalist († March 27th 1759, 54 years)
- 1746: Francisco Goya, painter and Spanish engraver. († April 16th 1828)
- 1754: Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier, French balloon pilot († June 15th 1785, 30 years)
- 1844: Paul Verlaine, French poet († January 8th 1896, 52 years)
- 1852: Theodore Bent, British archeologist († May 5th 1897)
- 1853: Vincent Van Gogh, Dutch painter († July 29th 1890, 36 years)
- 1863: Joseph Caillaux, Politician French. († November 21st 1944)
- 1886: Stanisław Leśniewski, mathematician and philosopher Polish († May 13rd 1939)
- 1892: Erwin Panofsky, historian of art and essay writer américano-German († March 14th 1968, 76 years)
- 1894: Sergueï Illiouchine, Russian aerospace engineer († February 9th 1977, 83 years)
- 1895: Jean Giono, French writer († October 9th 1970, 75 years)
- 1904: Edgar P. Jacobs, Belgian author of cartoons († February 20th 1987, 83 years)
- 1933: Jean-Claude Brialy, Actor, Realizer and Scenario writer French. († May 30th 2007).
- 1937 : Warren Beatty, actor étasunien.
- 1945 : Eric Clapton, guitarist, singer and type-setter of blues and British rock'n'roll .
- 1948 :
- Richard Gotainer, singer and type-setter French.
- Ken Forssi, musician étasunien, bass player of the rock group Coils.
- 1957 : Elena V. Kondakova, Russian cosmonaut.
- 1964 : Tracy Chapman, singer of étasunienne.
- 1967 : Megumi Hayashibara, doubling frame of voice for animated and Japanese singer.
- 1968 : Celine Dion, Canadian singer.
- 1973 : Jan Koller, Czech footballer.
- 1975 : Franck Jurietti, French footballer.
- 1977 : Marc Gicquel, French tennis player.
- 1979 : Stephan Grichting, Swiss footballer.
- 1982 : Philippe Mexès, French footballer.
- 1984 : Mario Ančić, Croatian tennis player.
- 1986 :
- 1987 : Juan Pablo Pino Puello, Colombian footballer.
- 1988 : Alex Paña, Franco-Spanish Singer.
- 1486 : Thomas Bourchier, Archbishop of Canterbury (° 1404, 84 years)
- 1559: Adam Ries, German mathematician (° 1492, 67 years)
- 1662: François Métel de Boisrobert, French poet (° 1592, 69 years)
- 1689: Kazimierz Łyszczyński, atheistic philosopher Polish (° March 4th 1634)
- 1707: Sebastien Prestre de Vauban, known as Vauban, French architect and minister of Louis XIV (°Ca 1633,74 years)
- 1725: Philippo Buonanni, Jesuit, Scientific and Collection nor Italy N (° January 7th 1638, 87 years)
- 1764: Pietro Locatelli, Italian type-setter (° September 3rd 1695, 68 years)
- 1804: Victor-François de Broglie, Marshal of France (° October 19th 1718, 85 years)
- 1842: Elisabeth Vigée Brown the, French painter (° April 16th 1755, 86 years)
- 1861: Louis Rope-maker, geologist and mineralogist French (° March 31st 1777, 83 years)
- 1879: Thomas Seams, painter French (° December 21st 1815, 63 years)
- 1912: Karl May, German writer (° February 25th 1842, 70 years)
- 1925: Rudolf Steiner, Austrian philosopher (° February 25th 1861)
- 1945: Eugene Maës, 54 years, Football French or, died in deportation. (° September 15th 1890).
- 1949 : Friedrich Bergius, German chemist, Nobel Prize of chemistry 1931 (° October 11th 1884, 64 years)
- 1950: Leon Blum, politician French (° April 9th 1872, 77 years)
- 1965: Philip Showalter Hench, American physicist, Nobel Prize of medicine 1950 (° February 28th 1896, 69 years)
- 1966: Maxfield Parrish, painter and American illustrator (° July 25th 1870, 95 years)
- 1977: Abdel Halim Hafez, actor and Egyptian singer (° June 21st 1929, 47 years)
- 1984: Karl Rahner, German catholic theologist (° March 5th 1904, 80 years)
- 1986: James Cagney, American actor (° July 17th 1899, 86 years)
- 1988: Edgar Faure, politician French (° August 18th 1908, 79 years)
- 1999: Michel Etcheverry, French actor (° December 16th 1919, 89 years)
- 2002: Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon known as “ Queen Mum ”, wife of the king George VI of the United Kingdom (° August 4th 1900, 101 years)
- 2002: Jean Pictet, Swiss lawyer (° September 2nd 1914, 87 years)
- 2003: Valentine Pavlov, Soviet politician (° September 26th 1937, 67 years)
- 2005: Robert Creeley, American poet (° May 21st 1926, 78 years)
School Day of Non-violence and Peace (DENIP), with the countries with specific school calendars of the southern hemisphere.
Catholic and orthodoxe saints of the day
- Martyrs of Constantinople (anonymous)
- Domnin de Thessalonique (also honoured on October 1st), Victor de Thessalonique and 10 companions not named
- Jean Climaque († 605), higoumene of the Sinai, author of the holy Échelle .
- Pasteur of Orleans bishop
- Quirin the geôlier
- Rieul of Arles or Regulus
- Rieul de Senlis or Regulus
- Zosime of Syracuse († towards 660), bishop
Catholic saints of the day
- Happy Amédée (15th century)
- Pierre Regalado
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