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 HISTORIA: Un día como hoy en la historia Junio 23-29, 2019 (semana 26) infographic

Un día como hoy Junio 23-29, 2019

06/18/2019
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June 23-29, 2019 -- Los gráficos muestran cumpleaños y aniversarios en cada día de la semana. Esta semana incluye el "Brexit" británico, mujeres saudíes conductoras de autos, el superastro del Pop Michael Jackson, el Flautista de Hamelin, El Instituto Smithsoniano en Washington DC, Carlos I de España se convierte en emperador del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico e Isabel Perón de Argentina.

June 23, 2016: The UK voted in a referendum to leave the European Union. Prime Minister David Cameron said he would resign as “Brexit” sent shockwaves around the globe

June 24, 2018: Saudi women drivers took to the roads legally for the first time in the kingdom’s history after a decades-old ban on women driving was lifted

June 25, 2009: Pop superstar Michael Jackson died after ingesting a powerful cocktail of sleeping drugs. His death triggered an outpouring of grief among fans around the world

June 26, 1284: According to legend, the Pied Piper lured 130 children from the German town of Hamelin, allegedly in revenge for not being paid for clearing the town of rats

June 27, 1829: James Smithson, British scientist whose bequest enabled the foundation of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC, died in Genoa, Italy

June 28, 1519: Charles I of Spain became Holy Roman Emperor. As Charles V his vast empire encompassed much of Europe as well as Spanish territories in the Americas

June 29, 1974: Isabel Peron was sworn in as President of Argentina, the West’s first non-royal female head of state in modern times. She replaced her ailing husband Juan Peron


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