Un día como hoy Diciembre 27, 2020 - Enero 02, 2021 (semana 53) infographic
Los gráficos muestran cumpleaños y aniversarios en cada día de la semana.
GN40853
EN AR ES

HISTORIA

Un día como hoy Diciembre 27, 2020 - Enero 02, 2021(semana 53)

December 27, 2020 - January 2, 2021 - Los gráficos muestran cumpleaños y aniversarios en cada día de la semana. Esta semana Hagia Sophia, Pledge of Allegiance de EUA, bombardeo de Londres en la Segunda Guerra Mundial, incendios forestales en Australia, inicio de la pandemia de Covid-19, presidenta Dilma Rousseff de Brasil y clonación de cerdos para trasplantes de órganos.

December 27, 537: Istanbul’s famous Hagia Sophia was inaugurated. Initially a Greek Orthodox cathedral, it became a mosque under the Ottoman Empire and is now a museum

December 28, 1945: The U.S. Congress adopted the Pledge of Allegiance, a patriotic oath of loyalty to be recited daily by American schoolchildren, first written in 1892

December 29, 1940: In World War II, German aircraft dropped thousands of incendiary bombs on London, causing the worst fire damage in the city since the Great Fire of 1666

December 30, 2019: Thousands of people fled to a local beach awaiting evacuation near Mallacoota, Victoria, amid the most destructive bushfire season in Australian history

December 31, 2019: Health authorities in Wuhan, China, made the first public announcement about a case of pneumonia of unknown origin, later called Covid-19

January 1, 2011: Dilma Rousseff was sworn in as Brazil’s first female President. She was re-elected in 2014 but was impeached and removed from office in 2016

January 2,2002: Scientists announced they had successfully cloned pigs without the presence of a gene that would cause a human body to reject a transplant

PUBLISHED: 16/12/2020; DESIGN: Phil Bainbridge; PICTURE RESEARCH: Julie Mullins; EVENT SELECTION: Fiona Roberts and Susan Shepherd; PROOFING: Julie Mullins; TECHNICAL CONSTRUCTION: Fiona Roberts;STORY: Julie Mullins; PICTURES: Newscom, Getty, Associated Press
Graphic News Standards