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Events that Happened “A Day as Today”

November 5 – A Day as Today

  • 1414: in Switzerland the Council of Constance is inaugurated, in which the Schism of the West ends.
  • 1513: in Cuba, the Spanish military Diego Velázquez founds San Salvador de Bayamo, the second town on the island.
  • 1529: in Valladolid a board meets that decides the creation of the administrative demarcation of New Spain.
  • 1530: in the Netherlands, the Flood of Saint Felix (“evil Saturday”) leaves a balance of 100,000 dead.
  • 1553: in the Viceroyalty of New Spain, Viceroy Luis de Velasco inaugurates the courses of the School of Law, founded on this date and dependent on the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
  • 1568: the government of Viceroy Martín Enríquez de Almanza begins in Mexico.
  • 1605: in England, Guy Fawkes is arrested for participating in the Gunpowder Conspiracy, a plot that sought to blow up the British Parliament building, to assassinate its occupants and unleash a rebellion, for religious ideological reasons.
  • 1639: in Boston (United States) the first post office in that country is founded.
  • 1712: Felipe V of Spain signs an act of resignation from the French crown for himself and his descendants.
  • 1757: near the town of Rossbach (Saxony) – in the context of the Seven Years’ War (1756-1763) – the army of King Frederick II the Great defeats the allied forces of France and the Holy Roman Empire.
  • 1764: the port of Talcahuano is founded in Chile.
  • 1807: in Spain, King Carlos IV forgives the betrayal of his son Fernando VII, implicated in the El Escorial Conspiracy.
  • 1810: in the province of Cádiz (Spain), the invading French troops begin the siege of the Island of León.
  • 1811: in the city of San Salvador, the First independence movement of the Captaincy General of Guatemala begins. In December of the same year it will be suffocated by the Spanish.
  • 1813: in Cuzco (Viceroyalty of Peru) an uprising against Spanish domination begins.
  • 1838: Honduras proclaims its independence and separates from the Central American Federation.
  • 1851: the first telegraph line is inaugurated in Mexico, covering the 130 km between Mexico City and the city of Nopalucan.
  • 1884: in Buenos Aires (Argentina) the National Library of Teachers is created.
  • 1891: in Bogotá (Colombia) the National Police of Colombia is created.
  • 1896: in Pinar del Río (Cuba), General Antonio Maceo appointed Colonel Francisco Peraza as head of a large area of ​​that province.
  • 1900: in Havana the first Constituent Convention is held. At the opening, the march composed by Perucho Figueredo in 1868 is officially recognized as the National Anthem of Cuba.
  • 1900: in Valencia (Spain) the Civil Guard captures the bandit Josep Pinet Martorell Llorca.
  • 1901: The zarzuela La verbena de la Paloma triumphs in Paris.
  • 1903: in Panama the separation of (Panama) from (Colombia) was consolidated.
  • 1905: in Lima (Peru), the Argentine military officer Roque Sáenz Peña (1851-1914), later President of Argentina – as general of the Peruvian Army and companion in the battle of Arica – presides over the inauguration of the monument to Colonel Francisco Bolognesi (1816-1880).
  • 1906: in Barcelona (Spain) the pianist Joaquim Malats premieres the work Triana, belonging to the piano poem Iberia, by Isaac Albéniz.
  • 1910: Widzew Łódź is founded in Poland.
  • 1910: the last Spanish flag that flew in Havana (when Cuba was Spanish) is deposited at the Madrid City Hall (Spain).
  • 1910: Spain adopts the agreement to introduce the European standard gauge for its railways.
  • 1910: in Oranienburg (35 km north of Berlin) Kings Wilhelm II of Germany and Nicholas II of Russia meet again, preparing a convention to guarantee peace.
  • 1911: in the city of Buenos Aires (Argentina), Jorge Newbery, pioneer of aviation in that country, achieves the South American height record by ascending in the Buenos Aires hot air balloon to 5100 meters.
  • 1912: in the United States, the democrat Thomas Woodrow Wilson is elected president.
  • 1912: Bulgarian troops storm the fortifications of Constantinople and cut off water supplies to the city.
  • 1914: in the framework of the First World War, France, the United Kingdom and Russia declare war on the Ottoman Empire.
  • 1914: the United Kingdom occupies Cyprus.
  • 1915: The Bulgarians conquer the railway center of Nish, in Serbia, which ensures the Vienna-Istanbul link.
  • 1916: the German Emperor Wilhelm II and the Austrian Franz Joseph I proclaim the independent kingdom of Poland.
  • 1920: in the Royal Hospital of Santiago de Compostela (Spain) there is a portrait of Carlos IV painted by Goya.
  • 1921: Outer Mongolia concludes a friendship treaty with Russia.
  • 1922: the 2nd Peña Rhin Grand Prize is held in Tarragona, in which Guiness wins, piloting a Talbot Darracq, at an average of 105 km / h.
  • 1924: In the Dominican Republic, the invading United States Army withdraws from the country, ending an 8-year occupation.
  • 1924: in Spain, Cuban boxer Jim Morán is proclaimed welterweight champion.
  • 1925: a new book by Azorín is published, entitled Doña Inés.
  • 1928: in the United States, the republican Herbert Clark Hoover is chosen president.
  • 1929: the medical assistant Werner Forssmann (25) publishes an article in the Klinische Wochenschrift magazine about probing the right side of the heart.
  • 1929: the Santa María volcano erupts in Guatemala.
  • 1932: In Manchuria, 30,000 soldiers rebel against their Japanese officers.
  • 1932: the film Mata Hari, starring Greta Garbo, is premiered in Barcelona (Spain).
  • 1933: in the Basque Country the Basque Statute is approved in a referendum.
  • 1933: Hermann Goering appears as a witness in the process for the Reichstag fire.
  • 1934: in Spain prior censorship is imposed on the press again.
  • 1940: In the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt is elected president for the third time.
  • 1942: during the Second World War, the Vichy Government and that of England sign an armistice by which Madagascar passes into the hands of the Allies.
  • 1944: Hijos de la ira, by Dámaso Alonso, is published in Madrid.
  • 1945: Memoirs of Leticia Valle, by Rosa Chacel, is published.
  • 1950: the UN General Assembly approves to initiate diplomatic relations with Spain.
  • 1951: At the Nevada nuclear test site – in the framework of Operation Buster-Jangle (which will unintentionally expose some 6,500 infantrymen to seven atomic explosions for training purposes for a month) – the United States does detonate the 31 kiloton Easy atomic bomb, dropping it from a B-45 bomber.
  • 1953: Prime Minister David Ben Gurion resigns in Israel.
  • 1955: in Austria the Vienna State Opera reopens its doors, partially destroyed after a bombing in 1945. Beethoven’s Fidelio is performed.
  • 1955: At the Nevada nuclear test site, the United States conducts the third of four Project 56 atomic tests, which does not generate a nuclear reaction because its purpose was to determine whether a warhead would explode if its explosive components were detonated. Due to these tests (within a few weeks) 3.62 km² of land will be contaminated with pulverized plutonium. It was the 69th bomb out of 1,132 that the United States detonated between 1945 and 1992.
  • 1955 – As part of the fictional story of the Back to the Future movies, the character Doc Brown comes up with the idea of ​​traveling through time using a flux capacitor.
  • 1956: in Buenos Aires (Argentina) the University of the Argentine Social Museum is created.
  • 1957: a government crisis that lasted 35 days ends in France, with the election of the radical socialist Felix Gaillart as prime minister.
  • 1957: at the Reina Victoria theater (Madrid), Las Letras face down, by Buero Vallejo, is premiered.
  • 1958: a great fire breaks out at Brussels International Airport.
  • 1964: a new coalition government begins in Venezuela, known as the Puntofijo Pact.
  • 1966: in France, ten dancers from the National Ballet of Cuba request political asylum.
  • 1967: in Yemen, a military coup overthrew Marshal Sallai.
  • 1968: in the United States, Republican Richard Nixon is elected president, with 43.4% of the vote.
  • 1969: in Barcelona (Spain) Narcís de Carreras, president of the Barcelona Football Club, resigns.
  • 1971: in Bolivia the death penalty is approved for political kidnappings.
  • 1971: in Madrid (Spain) “anti-Marxist struggle” commandos destroy 24 Pablo Picasso engravings.
  • 1971: in Spain, boxer Pedro Carrasco is proclaimed world champion in the lightweight category.
  • 1972: in the United States, North American Indians make an important protest against the discrimination they are subjected to.
  • 1972: in Chile the strike of merchants and truck drivers against the democratic government of Salvador Allende ends, which began on October 9.
  • 1974: The Ajman Club, United Arab Emirates soccer team, is founded.
  • 1975: at the request for help from the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA), the Cuban Government decides to send troops to Angola, to confront the foreign aggression that tried to thwart Angolan independence.
  • 1975: Johan Cruyff receives the Ballon d’Or, which accredits him as the best player in Europe.
  • 1978: in Cuba, the city of Baracoa – founded in 1512 – is proclaimed as the “first town of Cuba.”
  • 1979: the first group of one hundred Cuban teachers, members of the «Augusto César Sandino» contingent, arrives in Nicaragua.
  • 1982: in Seville, John Paul II beatifies the Spanish nun Angela de la Cruz.
  • 1982: on the border between Paraguay and Brazil, the Itaipú hydroelectric plant is inaugurated, which at that time was the largest in the world.
  • 1985: the “macro-process” against the mafia begins in Italy. Judge Falcone indicts 709 mobsters. For this reason he will be assassinated on May 23, 1992.
  • 1986: in the Sokoa company, in Hendaye, an arsenal of the terrorist group ETA is discovered, with numerous documents.
  • 1987: an iceberg twice the size of Rhode Island is discovered in Antarctica.
  • 1987: in the Congress of Deputies (Spain), all political parties with parliamentary representation – except for Eusko Alkartasuna and HB – sign the Antiterrorist Pact.
  • 1987: in Spain, a cold drop causes floods in the provinces of Valencia and Alicante.
  • 1989: In Greece, the right-wing Konstantinos Mitsotakis remains three seats from the absolute majority in the presidential elections.
  • 1991: Almost 3 billion dollars are stolen from the Caja Agraria in Bogotá (Colombia) in an action described as the “assault of the century.”
  • 1991: in Japan, Kiichi Miyazawa, head of the Liberal Democrats in that country, assumes the post of Prime Minister as successor to Toshiki Kaifu.
  • 1991: Robert Maxwell, the British newspaper mogul, dies in a mysterious way in the Canary Islands.
  • 1992: in Strasbourg, Spain ratifies the European Charter for Minority or Regional Languages, by which it acquires, among others, the commitment to recognize, respect and promote them.
  • 1992: Cuban poet Dulce María Loynaz is awarded the Miguel de Cervantes Prize for Literature.
  • 1992: in Georgia, Parliament appoints Eduard Shevardnadze head of state and grants him special powers.
  • 1994: in the province of Huelva (Spain), the Doñana Park is declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
  • 1994: Swiss cyclist Tony Rominger breaks the hour record with 55.29 km.
  • 1996: in the United States, Bill Clinton is reelected president.
  • 1998: the new newspaper La Razón, founded by Luis María Ansón, is inaugurated in Spain.
  • 1999: In the United States, a federal judge declares that Microsoft has a monopoly position.
  • 1999: in Bonn (Germany) the V International Climate Conference concludes, with more than 4,000 participants gathered with the aim of establishing the rules that allow reducing greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere.
  • 2000: US presidential election polls predict a narrow victory for Republican George W. Bush over his Democratic opponent Al Gore.
  • 2000: In Ecuador, the Liga Deportiva Universitaria de Quito descends for the third and last time in its history to Serie B
  • 2002: in Pontevedra (Spain), two homemade bombs kill a married couple and injure a man and his son.
  • 2002: in Spain, the composer Tomás Marco and the conductor Arturo Tamayo receive the National Prize
  • 2003: in Sri Lanka, President Chandrika Kumaratunga declares a state of emergency.
  • 2004: the journal Nature publishes the discovery of a molecule that slows the proliferation of blood stem cells and intervenes in the preservation of their integrity.
  • 2004: in Spain, the Government presents the most powerful supercomputer in Europe, built by the IBM company.
  • 2004: in Chile, the Chilean Army assumes for the first time its institutional responsibility for the human rights violations committed during the Pinochet dictatorship.
  • 2005: southwest of Nazareth (Israel), Israeli archaeologists discover the remains of the oldest Christian church in that country, dating from the late 3rd or early 4th century.
  • 2006: In Iraq, Saddam Hussein is sentenced to death by hanging for his involvement in the death of 148 Iraqi Shiites from the village of Duyail in 1983.
  • 2006: in Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega wins the presidential elections.
  • 2007: China’s Chang’e 1 probe enters lunar orbit.
  • 2007: in Guatemala, the social democratic candidate Álvaro Colom wins the presidential elections held on November 4.
  • 2007: North Korea begins to dismantle its nuclear facilities.
  • 2007: in Italy, the police arrest Salvatore Lo Piccolo, head of the Sicilian mafia La Cosa Nostra.
  • 2007: Argentine writer Martín Kohan wins the Herralde Novel Prize with his work Ciencias morales.
  • 2009: At a US military base, a psychiatrist commander – before his transfer to Iraq – shoots his companions, killing 13 and injuring more than 30.
  • 2009: after the Facebook company warned about a CIA intrusion among its users, the intelligence agency buys a technology company with the capacity to monitor events on the network.

Who was Born “A Day as Today”?

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Who was Born “A Day as Today”?

November 5 – A Day as Today

  • 1271: Mahmud Ghazan, Mongol king (d. 1304).
  • 1494: Hans Sachs, German poet (d. 1576).
  • 1613 Isaac de Benserade, French poet (d. 1691).
  • 1615: Ibrahim I, Ottoman Sultan (d. 1648).
  • 1619: Philip de Koninck, Dutch painter (d. 1688).
  • 1667: Christoph Ludwig Agricola, German painter (d. 1719).
  • 1701: Pietro Longhi, Italian painter (d. 1785).
  • 1705: Louis-Gabriel Guillemain, French composer and violinist (d. 1770).
  • 1754: Alejandro Malaspina, Spanish aristocrat and sailor (d. 1809).
  • 1770: Dominique-Joseph René Vandamme, French military man (d. 1830).
  • 1801: Antonio Leocadio Guzmán, Venezuelan politician and journalist (d. 1884).
  • 1807: Patricio de la Escosura, Spanish writer and politician (f. 1878).
  • 1818: Benjamin Franklin Butler, American politician (d. 1893).
  • 1821: León Guzmán, Mexican lawyer, military and politician (d. 1884).
  • 1826: Arístides Rojas, Venezuelan writer (d. 1894).
  • 1835: Moritz Szeps, Austrian journalist (d. 1902).
  • 1837: Arnold Janssen, German Catholic priest (d. 1909).
  • 1837: Willard T. Sears, American architect (d. 1920).
  • 1850: Ella Wheeler Wilcox, American writer and poet (d. 1919).
  • 1851: Charles Dupuy, French Prime Minister (d. 1923).
  • 1854: Paul Sabatier, French chemist, 1912 Nobel Prize Winner (d. 1941).
  • 1855: Eugene V. Debs, American trade unionist (d. 1926).
  • 1856: Silverio Lanza, Spanish writer (d. 1912).
  • 1873: Teddy Flack, Australian athlete (d. 1935).
  • 1877: Carlos Trejo Lerdo de Tejada, Mexican politician (d. 1941).
  • 1879: Otto Wahle, Austrian swimmer (d. 1963).
  • 1883: Ricardo Miró, Panamanian writer (d. 1940).
  • 1885: Will Durant, American historian (d. 1981).
  • 1886: Josep Sebastià Pons, French poet in Catalan (d. 1962).
  • 1890: Jan Zrzavý, Czech painter (d. 1977).
  • 1891: Martín Chambi Jiménez, Peruvian photographer (d. 1973).
  • 1892: John Burdon Sanderson Haldane, Scottish geneticist (d. 1964).
  • 1892 – John William Alcock, British aviator (d. 1919).
  • 1893: Raymond Loewy, French industrial designer (d. 1986).
  • 1895: Walter Gieseking, Franco-German pianist and composer (d. 1956).
  • 1896: Carlos Obregón Santacilia, Mexican architect (d. 1961).
  • 1900: Natalie Schafer, American actress (d. 1991).
  • 1903: Lino Palacio, Argentine cartoonist and cartoonist (d. 1984).
  • 1903: Guillermo Saavedra, Chilean soccer player (d. 1957).
  • 1904: Sofía Bozán, Argentine actress (d. 1958).
  • 1905: Joel McCrea, American actor (d. 1990).
  • 1906: Fred Lawrence Whipple, American astronomer (d. 2004).
  • 1911: Marie Osborne Yeats, American actress (d. 2010).
  • 1911: Roy Rogers, American actor (f. 1998).
  • 1912: Leonardo Cilaurren, Spanish footballer (d. 1969).
  • 1913: Vivien Leigh, British actress (d. 1967).
  • 1913: Jaume Sospedra, Spanish footballer (d. 1990).
  • 1917: Jacqueline Auriol, French aviatrix (d. 2000).
  • 1918: Homero Exposito, Argentine poet and tango lyricist (f. 1987).
  • 1919: Félix Gaillard, French politician (d. 1970).
  • 1920: Douglass North, American economist and historian (d. 2015).
  • 1921: György Cziffra, Hungarian pianist (d. 1994).
  • 1921: Fawzia of Egypt, Iranian queen (d. 2013).
  • 1921: José Antonio Corrales Gutiérrez, Spanish architect (d. 2010).
  • 1922: María Isabel Rodríguez: Salvadoran politician and doctor.
  • 1926: John Berger, British painter and writer (d. 2017).
  • 1927: Emilio Lledó, Spanish philosopher and writer.
  • 1929: Lennart Johansson, Swedish football manager.
  • 1930: Wim Bleijenberg, Dutch footballer (d. 2016).
  • 1931: Ike Turner, American musician (d. 2007).
  • 1932: Algirdas Lauritėnas, Lithuanian basketball player (d. 2001).
  • 1934: Kira Murátova, Soviet filmmaker.
  • 1936: Joe Rígoli, Argentine actor and comedian (d. 2015).
  • 1936: Uwe Seeler, German footballer.
  • 1938: Joe Dassin, American singer (d. 1980).
  • 1938: César Luis Menotti, former Argentine footballer and coach.
  • 1938: Néstor Ibarra, Argentine journalist (f. 2005).
  • 1938: Jim Steranko, American illustrator and writer.
  • 1938: Alci Acosta, Colombian composer.
  • 1939: Lobsang Tenzin, religious leader of Singapore.
  • 1940: Elke Sommer, German actress.
  • 1941: Art Garfunkel, American musician, of the Simon & Garfunkel duo.
  • 1941: Perich, Spanish writer, cartoonist and humorist (d. 1995).
  • 1941: Yoshiyuki Tomino, Japanese cartoonist.
  • 1943: Mariano Etkin, Argentine composer.
  • 1943: Sam Shepard, American writer and actor (d. 2017).
  • 1945: Jorge Augé Bacqué, Argentine journalist (d. 2011).
  • 1945: Peter Pace, American military man.
  • 1945: Aleka Papariga, Greek politician and writer.
  • 1946: Leopoldo Moreau, Argentine journalist and populist and Kirchnerist politician.
  • 1946: Gram Parsons, American musician (d. 1973).
  • 1947: Rubén Juárez, Argentine tango bandoneon player and singer-songwriter (f. 2010).
  • 1947: Peter Noone, British musician of the band Herman’s Hermits.
  • 1948: Peter Hammill, British musician, of the Van Der Graaf Generator band.
  • 1948: Bernard-Henri Lévy, French writer.
  • 1948: William Daniel Phillips, American physicist, 1997 Nobel laureate in physics.
  • 1948: Pedro Subijana, Spanish cook.
  • 1949: Miguel Cantilo, Argentine musician.
  • 1949: Armin Shimerman, American actor.
  • 1950: Thorbjørn Jagland, Norwegian politician.
  • 1950: Osvaldo Frascino, Argentine singer (f. 2020).
  • 1952: Oleg Blojín, Ukrainian footballer and coach.
  • 1952: Teresa Rabal, Spanish singer and actress.
  • 1952: Vandana Shiva, Indian philosopher and writer. Activist in favor of ecofeminism.
  • 1952: Bill Walton, American basketball player and commentator.
  • 1952: Jesús Ortega Martínez, Mexican politician.
  • 1954: Alejandro Sabella, Argentine soccer player and coach.
  • 1954: Prommin Lertsuridej, Thai politician.
  • 1954: Jeffrey Sachs, American economist.
  • 1955: Bernard Chazelle, French computer researcher.
  • 1955: Kris Jenner, businesswoman and American television presenter.
  • 1956: Denise Jannah, Dutch jazz singer, born in Suriname.
  • 1957: Jon-Erik Hexum, American actor (d. 1984).
  • 1958: Robert Patrick, American actor.
  • 1958: Margarita Parra Álvarez, Spanish chemist.
  • 1959: Bryan Adams, Canadian musician.
  • 1959: Tomo Česen, Slovenian mountaineer.
  • 1960: René Froger, Danish singer.
  • 1960: Tilda Swinton, British actress.
  • 1950: Mark West, American basketball player.
  • 1961: David Bryson, American guitarist and vocalist, of the band Counting Crows.
  • 1961: Alan G. Poindexter, American astronaut (d. 2012).
  • 1961: Rafa Sánchez, Spanish singer, from the band La Unión.
  • 1962: Abédi Pelé, Ghanaian footballer.
  • 1963: Tatum O’Neal, American actress.
  • 1963: Jean-Pierre Papín, French footballer.
  • 1963: Hans Gillhaus, Dutch footballer.
  • 1964: Abédi Pelé, Ghanaian footballer.
  • 1965: Famke Janssen, Dutch actress and model.
  • 1965: Kubrat de Saxony, Spanish surgeon.
  • 1966: Nayim, Spanish footballer.
  • 1967: Marcelo D2, Brazilian rapper.
  • 1967: Judy Reyes, American actress.
  • 1968: Ricardo Fort, Argentine actor and businessman (d. 2013).
  • 1968: Sam Rockwell, American actor.
  • 1968: Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, Italian-Spanish actress.
  • 1968: Augusto Pedro de Sousa, Brazilian soccer player.
  • 1969: Shinichi Kawano, Japanese footballer.
  • 1970: Tamzin Outhwaite, British actress.
  • 1971: Jonny Greenwood, British musician of the band Radiohead.
  • 1971: Rob Jones, British footballer.
  • 1971: Edmond Leung, Hong Kong singer.
  • 1971: Corin Nemec, American actor.
  • 1973: Horacio Duarte, Mexican politician.
  • 1973: Koos Moerenhout, Dutch cyclist.
  • 1973: Isaura Navarro, Spanish politician.
  • 1973: Gavin Wilkinson, New Zealand footballer.
  • 1974: Ryan Adams, American musician.
  • 1974: Angela Gossow, German singer, former member of the band Arch Enemy.
  • 1974: Dado Pršo, Croatian footballer.
  • 1974: Jerry Stackhouse, American basketball player.
  • 1975: Lisa Scott-Lee, Welsh singer-songwriter.
  • 1976: Raúl Cimas, Spanish humorist.
  • 1976: Claudia Llosa, Peruvian film director.
  • 1976: Oleg Shelayev, Ukrainian footballer.
  • 1977: Maarten Tjallingii, Dutch cyclist.
  • 1977: Richard Ian Wright, British footballer.
  • 1978: Xavier Tondo, Spanish cyclist (d. 2011).
  • 1978: Bubba Watson, American golfer.
  • 1979: Michalis Hatzigiannis, Greek-Cypriot singer-songwriter.
  • 1979: Keith McLeod, American basketball player.
  • 1979: David Suazo, Honduran soccer player.
  • 1979: Patrick Owomoyela, German footballer.
  • 1980: Eva González, Spanish model.
  • 1980: Christoph Metzelder, German footballer.
  • 1980: Jordi Trias, Spanish basketball player.
  • 1981: Javier Pereira, Spanish actor.
  • 1981: Megan Hauserman, American model.
  • 1981: Daisuke Matsui, Japanese footballer.
  • 1982: Rob Swire, Australian singer-songwriter, musician, audio mixer, record producer and DJ for Pendulum and Knife Party.
  • 1983: Alexa Chung, British television presenter and former model.
  • 1983: Mike Hanke, German footballer.
  • 1983: Juan Morillo, Dominican baseball player.
  • 1983: Iñaki Astiz, Spanish footballer.
  • 1984: Luka Žorić, Croatian basketball player.
  • 1985: Zdeněk Zlámal, Czech footballer.
  • 1986: BoA, Korean singer.
  • 1986: Kasper Schmeichel, Danish footballer.
  • 1986: Nodiko Tatishvili, Georgian singer.
  • 1986: Ian Mahinmi, American basketball player.
  • 1986: Joan Oriol, Spanish footballer.
  • 1987: Kevin Jonas, American guitarist and singer-songwriter, of the Jonas Brothers band.
  • 1987: O. J. Mayo, American basketball player.
  • 1987: Erin Brady, American model.
  • 1987: Ruud Boffin, Belgian footballer.
  • 1988: Víctor Ayala Ojeda, Paraguayan soccer player.
  • 1989: Víctor Laguardia, Spanish soccer player.
  • 1990: Lucas de Lima Tagliapietra, Brazilian soccer player.
  • 1990: Jaume Doménech, Spanish footballer.
  • 1990: Vitus Eicher, German footballer.
  • 1991: Marco Rojas, New Zealand footballer.
  • 1992: Marco Verratti, Italian footballer.
  • 1992: Magomed Ozdoev, Russian footballer.
  • 1993: Juan Diego Molina Martínez, Spanish footballer.
  • 1993: Trayon Bobb, Guyanese footballer.
  • 1993: Ryo Iida, Japanese soccer player.
  • 1993: Kaito Kubo, Japanese footballer.
  • 1994: Kodai Enomoto, Japanese soccer player.
  • 1995: Shunya Yoneda, Japanese soccer player.
  • 1995: Kadeisha Buchanan, Canadian footballer.
  • 1996: Konomi Suzuki, Japanese singer of J-Pop.
  • 1996: Sebastian Dahlström, Finnish footballer.
  • 1996: Josie Canseco, American model.
  • 1996: Tony Kaltack, Vanuatu footballer.
  • 1997: Anthony Kalik, Australian footballer.
  • 1997: Chris Mepham, Welsh footballer.
  • 1997: Jordan Bone, American basketball player.
  • 1997: Kalia Prescott, actress and American model.
  • 1997: Mihail Ghecev, Moldovan footballer.
  • 1997: Kenta Kawanaka, Japanese footballer.
  • 1998: Juan José Calero, Colombian footballer.
  • 2002: Mariela Kostadinova, Bulgarian gymnast.
  • 2003: Thiago Prieto Acosta, Argentine footballer.
  • 2005: Robeth Josué Fierro Nazate, Ecuadorian footballer.

Who Left Us “A Day as Today”?

A Day as Today - Dorian's Secrets
Who Left Us “A Day as Today”?

November 5 – A Day as Today

  • 303 to 310: Saint Agatángelo, ex-Roman military man and Turkish Christian saint (253).
  • 1370: Casimir III, Polish King (b.1310).
  • 1515: Mariotto Albertinelli, Italian painter (b.1474).
  • 1660: Alexandre de Rhodes, French Jesuit missionary (b. 1591).
  • 1714: Bernardino Ramazzini, Italian physicist (b.1633).
  • 1758: Hans Egede, Norwegian Lutheran missionary (b.1686).
  • 1828: Sofia Dorotea of ​​Wurtemberg, Russian Tsarina (b. 1759).
  • 1836: Karel Hynek Mácha, Czech poet (b.1810).
  • 1854: Jens Lorenz Moestue Vahl, Danish botanist and explorer (b. 1796).
  • 1867: Leopoldo O’Donnell, Spanish military and politician (b. 1809).
  • 1879 – James Clerk Maxwell, British physicist (b.1831).
  • 1918: Juan Zoilo Acuña, Argentine doctor and legislator (b. 1852).
  • 1923: Jacques d’Adelswärd-Fersen, French novelist (b. 1880).
  • 1930: Christiaan Eijkman, Dutch physiologist, Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1929 (b. 1858).
  • 1933 – Texas Guinan, American actress and musician (b. 1884).
  • 1942: George M. Cohan, American musician, writer and actor (b. 1878).
  • 1944: Alexis Carrel, French surgeon and biologist (b. 1873).
  • 1946: Joseph Stella, American painter (b.1877).
  • 1951: Reggie Walker, South African athlete (b. 1889).
  • 1955: Maurice Utrillo, French painter (b. 1883).
  • 1956: Art Tatum, American jazz pianist (b.1909).
  • 1960: Ward Bond, American actor (b.1903).
  • 1960: Mack Sennett, American producer and filmmaker (b. 1880).
  • 1963: Luis Cernuda, Spanish poet (b.1902).
  • 1963: Vernon Dent, American actor and comedian (b.1895).
  • 1971: Jacinto B. Treviño, Mexican military and politician (b. 1883).
  • 1973: Joaquín Maurín, Spanish politician (b. 1896).
  • 1974: Stafford Repp, American actor (b.1918).
  • 1975: Annette Kellerman, Australian swimmer (b. 1887).
  • 1975: Agustín Tosco, Argentine union member (b.1930).
  • 1975: Edward Lawrie Tatum, American geneticist, Nobel laureate in physiology or medicine (b. 1909).
  • 1975: Lionel Trilling, American critic and writer (b. 1905).
  • 1977: René Goscinný (51), French cartoonist (b.1926).
  • 1977: Guy Lombardo, Canadian conductor and musician (b.1902).
  • 1979: Al Capp, American cartoonist of comics (b.1909).
  • 1981: Assad Bucaram, Ecuadorian politician (b.1916).
  • 1982: E. H. Carr, British historian (b.1892).
  • 1985: Spencer W. Kimball, American religious leader (b. 1895).
  • 1987: Eamonn Andrews, Irish television presenter (b.1922).
  • 1987: Georges Franju, French filmmaker (b.1912).
  • 1989: Vladimir Horowitz, Ukrainian-American pianist (b.1903).
  • 1991: Fred MacMurray, American actor (b.1908).
  • 1991: Robert Maxwell, American media entrepreneur of Slovak origin (b.1923).
  • 1992: Arpad Elo, American chess player of Hungarian origin (b.1903).
  • 1994: Mariano Yela, Spanish psychologist and philosopher (b. 1921).
  • 1995: Joan Ainaud de Lasarte, Spanish historian (b.1919).
  • 1996: Eddie Harris, American jazz musician (b.1934).
  • 1997: James Robert Baker, American novelist and screenwriter (b. 1946).
  • 1997: Isaiah Berlin, Latvian historian (b.1909).
  • 1999: Antonio Fraguas Fraguas, Galician writer and historian.
  • 2000: Jimmie Davis, singer and American politician (b. 1899).
  • 2000: Amalia Hernández, Mexican dancer and choreographer.
  • 2001: Rodolfo Bravo, Chilean actor (b.1952).
  • 2001: Milton William Cooper, American writer, shortwave announcer (b.1943).
  • 2001: Barry Horne, British animal rights activist (b.1952).
  • 2002: Eloísa Cañizares, Argentine actress of Spanish origin (b. 1923).
  • 2002: Billy Guy, American singer, of the band The Coasters (b. 1936).
  • 2003: Bobby Hatfield, American singer, of the band Righteous Brothers (b. 1940).
  • 2005: John Fowles, British novelist and essayist (b. 1926).
  • 2005: Federico Carlos Sainz de Robles y Rodríguez, Spanish judge and writer (b. 1921).
  • 2005: Link Wray, American rock and roll guitarist and singer-songwriter (b.1929).
  • 2006: Bülent Ecevit, Turkish politician (b.1925).
  • 2007: Jaime Duque Grisales, Colombian pilot and founder of the Jaime Duque park (b. 1917).
  • 2007: L Lawliet, famous detective (b.1982).
  • 2007: Nils Liedholm, former Swedish footballer (b.1922).
  • 2009: Félix Luna, Argentine historian and writer (b. 1925).
  • 2009: Felipe Domínguez, Mexican musician, composer and performer (b.1931).
  • 2010: Mitch (Miguel Amed), Argentine media personality and presenter (b. 1955).
  • 2010: Jill Clayburgh, American actress (b.1944).
  • 2010: Marcos Madrigal, Argentine bandoneonist (b.1961).
  • 2010: Paco Marsó, Spanish actor and theater producer (b.1948).
  • 2010: Adrian Păunescu, Romanian poet, journalist and politician (b.1943).
  • 2010: Shirley Verrett, American opera mezzo-soprano (b.1931).
  • 2011: Mario Roberto Álvarez, Argentine architect (b.1913).
  • 2011: Bhupen Hazarika, Indian singer-songwriter and filmmaker (b.1926).
  • 2012: Elliott Carter, American composer (b.1908).
  • 2012: Stalking Cat, American character (b.1958).
  • 2012: Leonardo Favio (74), Argentine singer-songwriter, filmmaker and actor (b. 1938).
  • 2012: Louis Pienaar, South African lawyer and diplomat (b. 1926).
  • 2012: Sikandar Sanam, Pakistani actor and singer (b.1960).
  • 2013: Juan Carlos Calabró (79), Argentine actor and comedian (b.1934).
  • 2013: Luis Pasquet, Uruguayan composer, pianist and conductor (b.1917).
  • 2013: Juan Manuel Tenuta (89), Uruguayan actor (b.1924).
  • 2014: Manitas de Plata (Ricardo Baliardo), French flamenco gypsy guitarist (b.1921).
  • 2016: Israel Cavazos, Mexican historian, professor and academic (b.1923).
  • 2017: Claudia Dammert, Peruvian actress (b.1949)

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What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”?

November 5 – A Day as Today

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  • World Romani Language Day
  • Argentina: National Civil Aviation Day (since 1991).
  • Colombia: National Police Anniversary
  • El Salvador: Anniversary of the First Cry of Independence made in 1811, in the City of San Salvador.
  • UK and some other English speaking countries: Guy Fawkes Night.

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Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today”

November 5 – A Day as Today

  • Saint Angela de la Cruz
  • Saint Bertila de Chelles
  • Santo Domingo Mau
  • Saint Domnino of Caesarea
  • St. Fibick of Trier
  • Saint Gerald of Beziers
  • Saint Ghetnocius of Brittany
  • Saint Elizabeth
  • Saint Mark of Ecano
  • Saint Zacharias
  • Blessed Bernardo Lichtenberg
  • Blessed Gomidas Keumurgian
  • Blessed Gregory Lakota
  • Blessed Guido Maria Conforti
  • Blessed Juan Antonio Burró More
  • Blessed Maria del Carmen Viel Ferrando
  • Blessed Narciso Putz

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