Ephemerides of tomorrow, Tuesday, April 6, 2010.
Madrid, April 5 .- Saints for tomorrow, Tuesday, April 6, 2010: San Guillermo, Diogenes, Timothy and Celestino.
The sun rises tomorrow at 05.51 and sets at 18.44 (GMT).
The moon comes out tomorrow at 01.38 and starts at 11.09 (GMT).
1713 .- The Spanish Royal Academy holds its first meeting at the home of its sponsor, the Marquis de Villena.
1763 .- A, tera gold, fire completely destroyed the Palais-Royal de Paris, where he installed Opera.
1792 .- Royal decree authorizing the publication of "Diario de Barcelona", the dean of Spanish daily newspapers until 1984.
1814 .- Proclamation of King Louis XVIII of France.
1830 .- Joseph Smith in New York founded the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, better known as the Mormon, cheap darkfall gold, Church.
1909 .- The American explorer Robert Edwin Peary reaches the North Pole.
1916 .- World War: The German Reichstag adopted the unrestricted submarine warfare.
1917 .- The United States declares war on Germany.
– Abolish the death penalty in Russia and the establishment of the working day of eight hours.
1920, sto credits, .- French troops occupy Frankfurt in response to the German intervention in the Ruhr.
1923 .- Dissolution of the Spanish Cortes and call for general elections.
They depart from Seattle 1924 .- (USA) four Douglas airplanes to undertake the circumnavigation of the globe by plane, ending on September 28 only two of these devices.
1931 .- After the coup in Funchal, the Portuguese government declared a state of emergency in Madeira and the Azores war.
1934 .- The Spanish army colonel Fernando Montes Able peacefully occupies Ifni, where he is appointed governor.
1936 .- A hurricane causes in the State of Mississippi (USA) 429 dead and 1727 injured.
1941 .- Second World War the Germans attacked Greece and Yugoslavia and the British conquered Addis Ababa.
1943 .- Decree authorizing the individual ration card, instead of the family used before in Spain.
1968 .- The Spanish singer Massiel won in London for the first time for Spain, the Eurovision Song Contest with "La, la, la."
1972 .- In the Communist offensive in Vietnam, U.S. planes resumed bombing of North Vietnam, interrupted since 1968.
1980 .- The trade union leader Nicolas Redondo is re-elected general secretary of UGT.
1984 .- Failed coup in Cameroon, led by former President Ahmadu Ahidjo.
1985 .- bloodless coup in Sudan: The dnse minister, Gen. Ad Dahab, Mohamed al Nimeiry dismisses, president of the country for sixteen years.
.- 1991 Persian Gulf War: Iraq accepts the resolution 687 of Security Council UN ceasefire.
1992 .- Start civil war in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
1994 .- die in bombing the presidents of Burundi, Cyprian Ntaryamira, and Rwanda, Juvenal Habyarimana, which sparked a civil war in the second country.
1998 .- France and Britain ratified the Treaty on Nuclear Test Ban.
2004 .- The Lithuanian Parliament dismisses President Rolandas Paksas, accused of violating the Constitution by its links withthe Russian mafia and disclosure of official secrets.
.- The Court of Competition Telefonica imposed a fine of 57 million euros, the highest sanction of history from the creation of this body.
2006 .- The Congress approves the Organic Law of Education (LOE), the sixth of democracy.
Births 1732 ———– .- Jose Celestino Mutis, botanist Spanish.
1865 .- Celso Lucio, Spanish dramatist.
1899 .- Carlos de Godo and Valls, second Count of Godo, Spanish journalist.
1924 .- Fracisco Lesmes, Lesmes I, a former Spanish footballer.
1926 .- Ian Paisley, British politician.
1928 .- James Watson, American biochemist, Nobel Prize 1962.
1929 .- Andre Previn, German-born American musician.
1932 .- Rene Essomba, Cameroonian doctor, a leading member of the international Olympic movement.
1940 .- Andres Pajares, Spanish actor.
1982 .- Adam Raga, Spanish pilot trial.
Deaths ———– 1520 .- Rafael Sanzio of Urbino, Italian painter and architect.
1528 .- Albrecht D??rer, German painter and engraver.
1835 .- Jose Agustin Caballero, Cuban independence leader.
1838 .- Jose Bonifacio de Andrada, hero of Brazilian independence.
1971 .- Igor Stravinsky, Russian-born American composer.
1992 .- Isaac Asimov, Soviet-born American scientist, teacher and writer.
1996 .- Greer Garson, Irish-born American actress.
2000 .- Habib Bourguiba, former president of Tunisia and the father of national independence.
2005 .- Prince Rainier of Monaco.
2007 .- Luigi Comencini, Italian film director.
.- Adolfo April, Spanish gynecologist.
2008 .- Charlton Heston, actor.