In ephemeris March 2 These events, which happened today, exist in Argentina and in the world;
1931. Gorbachev is born
Mikhail Gorbachev is born in Stavropol. The supreme authority of the USSR took place in 1985, after the death of Konstantin Chernenko. He brought about the last reforms in the history of Soviet communism, perestroika (“restructuring”) and glasnost (“opening”), led to the detente with the United States and the fall after the fall of the Wall. Gorbachev unwittingly emerged from the attempt in August 1991, but remained in power only to signal the end of the USSR. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1990. 2022 Gone.
1959. Blue recording class
The recording sessions for the most powerful album in classical history begin in New York: The Blue House, by Miles Davis. That day, Davis brought together a sextet of musicians, including John Coltrane and Bill Evans, to record the A-sides of the album. The rest of the songs will be recorded on April 22.
1962. Chamberlain’s NBA record
Point scoring record in the NBA. Chamberlain forceThe Philadelphia Warriors, unique in number to this day; turning a hundred points equal. That results in their victory against the New York Knicks. Others are record holders Chamberlain scored 50 or more points 118 times, and 60 or more points in 32 games. A United States basketball legend, Chamberlain, who starred for the Harlem Globetrotters before coming to the NBA, died in 1999.
1982. Death of Philip K. Dick
Philip K. Dick dies in Santa Ana, California, victim of a stroke, aged 53 One of the leading authors of science fiction, he was born prematurely in Chicago along with his twin sister, who died a month later. Dick wrote the dystopia The Man in the High Castle, in which the United States lost World War II and its territory is divided equally between Japan and Germany.. He is also the author, among other titles, of Solar Lottery, Ubik and Do Androids Dream of Electric Herds? Death overtook him three months before the middle of the film.
1991. Farewell to Serge Gainsbourg
French singer Serge Gainsbourg dies, one month before his 63rd birthday. One of the greatest interpreters of French music composed by various artists. The couple of the English actress and singer Jane Birkin, with whom he had a remarkable artistic partnership, which continued after the separation and until his death. Both parents were actress and singer Carole Gainsbourg.
2000. Pinochet is released in London
August Pinochet is released, 503 days after he was arrested at the request of Spanish justice in London. The Chilean dictator, 84 years old at the time, was released after the British government deemed him unable to face extradition due to his ill health. The next day he returns to Chile and the first thing he does is get down on the chair and stand on his own. The cases against him continued when he was accused of being a senator for life. The arrest in London, on October 16, 1998, remains a milestone in the history of human rights.