Every September 11, the Teacher’s Day in our country and throughout Latin America.
In homage to the figure of Domingo Faustino Sarmiento. He was an Argentine politician, philosopher, educator, writer, teacher, journalist, statesman and military man; Governor of San Juan and President of the Argentine Nation.
Education for all people is vital, necessary and develops from the moment we are born. Our thanks and greetings to the teachers in their day especially in these moments when they must multiply efforts to carry out their homework.
In 1944 a plane of the Panagra company landed, the first flight to use this new track located on the way to Río Ceballos, province of Córdoba, called at that time White Straws.
A tour with relatively recent images …
In 2017 the Plaza Cielo Tierra Scientific Interpretation Center, located in the Parque de las Tejas in the city of Córdoba.
Manuel Bernabé Mujica Lainez He was born in Buenos Aires on September 11, 1910 and died in La Cumbre, Córdoba on April 21, 1984. He was an Argentine writer, art critic and journalist. He was known in the Buenos Aires literary environment with the nickname “Manucho.”
He is recognized for his cycle of historical novels called “La Saga Porteña” made up of Los ídolos (1953), La casa (1954), Los travelers (1955) and Invitados en El Paraíso (1957), in addition to his cycle of historical novels- fantastic scenes consisting of Bomarzo (1962), The Unicorn (1965) and The Labyrinth (1974). He is famous for his first two books of stories collected in Here they lived (1949) and Misteriosa Buenos Aires (1950). His novel The Labyrinth (1974) is considered one of the last novels belonging to magical realism on the continent.
On September 11, 2001, one of the most memorable attacks in history took place, when Al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four American planes. Two of them hit the Twin Towers, causing its collapse, while the third crashed into the Pentagon. The fourth was diverted by the passengers themselves.
You may be interested in these films that deal with the subject and are available on different platforms
Report made a few hours ago …
He is 77 years old. On September 11, 1944 Roberto Andrés Rimoldi Fraga, in Hurlingham, Province of Buenos Aires. Singer, reciter, author, musician and composer
I starred in the movie “Argentino hasta la muerte” in 1971, directed by Fernando Ayala.
Works: A la carga federal (with Pablo Trullenque) – A los infernales – Lover and beloved – Argentina in peace – Argentine until death (with Pablo Raúl Trullenque) – This is how the gauchos were, among others.
During the pandemic, the singer-songwriter created “If I take care of myself, I take care of you”, a musical piece inspired by confinement in the face of the pandemic. “It is a tribute to all those who risk their lives to take care of us,” he explained.
Also celebrated on World First Aid Day.
Interesting application of the Red Cross to learn to perform First Aid.
In 1963 the bust in memory of Domingo Faustino Sarmiento located in the University City, in front of the Argentine Pavilion. The President of the Nation Arturo Illia attended the ceremony (Source: Esteban Domina)
1962: in London (United Kingdom), the British rock band The Beatles finish recording their first single Love Me Do.
1981: the Museum of Modern Art in New York delivers to Spain the Guernica, the most famous of Picasso’s paintings, painted in 1937.
Salvador Guillermo Allende Gossens He was born in Santiago on June 26, 1908 and died on September 11, 1973, he was a Chilean socialist politician and surgeon, president of Chile from November 3, 1970 until the day of his death.
1999: the tennis player Serena WilliamsWithin 2 weeks of her 18th birthday, she wins her first Grand Slam tournament, the US Open, being the first African-American woman to win a Grand Slam since Althea Gibson in 1958.
Turns 81: Brian Russell From Palm was born in Newark, New Jersey on September 11, 1940) is an American film director and screenwriter. Some of his films: The untouchables, Mission Impossible (1996), Body Double, Carlitos’s way, Mission to Mars, Fatal Woman, Scarface, Carrie, etc.
Good analysis of his work …
Salvador Sammaritano Born in Buenos Aires on July 23, 1930 and died on September 11, 2008, he was an Argentine film critic, considered an icon of film criticism in our country. , a publication that appeared between 1960 and 1968 that was inspired by European magazines such as Sight and Sound. He was an advisor to the National Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts INCAA in the management of Manuel Antín in 1983-1989 among many other activities. A memory of his style …
You have a good day.