Capitalismo

By Ane0611
  • Winston Churchill

    Winston Churchill
    Dates: 1874/11/30 - 1965/01/24
    Ocupation: Military, writer, politician
    Notable achievements: Nobel Prize in Literature
    Honorary citizen of the United States
  • George Marshall

    George Marshall
    Dates: 1880 - 1959
    Ocupation: General Of The Army
    Notable achievements: Nobel price
  • Benito Mussolini

    Benito Mussolini
    Dates: 1883/07/29 - 1945/04/28
    Ocupation: Military, politician and journalist
    Notable achievements: Member of the Great Fascist Council
  • Harry Truman

    Harry Truman
    Dates: 1884/05/08
    Ocupation: Granjero y político
    Notable achievements:
    Armed Forces Reserve Medal
    United States Congress Gold Medal
    World War I Victory Medal
  • Vera Smith

    Dates: 1912 - 1976
    Ocupation: British economist
    Notable achievements: His doctoral thesis, directed by Hayek, leads to his 1936 treaty on central banks. It makes a systematic criticism of the central banking system and proposes a move for free banking to allow private commercial banks to issue their own currency that would circulate in a system of free competition.
  • John F. Kennedy

    John F. Kennedy
    Dates: 1917/05/29 - 1963/11/22
    Ocupation: Politician and diplomat
    Notable achievements: United States's president
  • Rita Hayworth

    Rita Hayworth
    Dates: 1918/10/17 - 1987/05/14
    Ocupation: Actress, dancer
    Notable achievements: He has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1945 Vine Street.
  • GEORGE H.W BUSH

    GEORGE H.W BUSH
    Dates: 1924/06/12 - 2018/11/30
    Ocupation: Military, diplomat, baseball player, aviator, entrepreneur, autobiographer, statesman, and politician
    Notable achievements:
    Member of
    American Academy of Arts and Sciences
    American Legion
    Phi Beta Kappa
    Skull & Bones
    Trilateral Commission
  • Margaret Thatcher

    Margaret Thatcher
    Dates: 1925/10/13 - 2013/04/08
    Ocupation: Chemist and lawyer
    Notable achievements: Baroness of Kesteven
    Member of
    Carlton Club
    UK Privy Council
    Royal Society
  • Politics-economy

    Politics-economy
    Philippe Petain's government calls for an armistice
  • Art

    Art
    Poeta en Nueva York by Federico García Lorca is s published
  • Science

    Science
    G. Seaborg and E. M. McMillan: discovery of plutonium
  • Science

    Science
    F. S. Kipping: discovery of silicones
  • First Nuclear Reactor

    First Nuclear Reactor
    Chicago Pile-1 was constructed by a team led by Italian physicist Enrico Ferm
  • Sport

    Sport
    The XIII Summer Olympics in London are canceled due to World War II.
  • Politics-economy

    Politics-economy
    Announcement the Truman Doctrine
  • Science

    Science
    Jonas Edward Salk invents the first polio vaccine
  • Economics-politics

    Economics-politics
    Elizabeth II is crowned Queen of the United Kingdom
  • Art

    Art
    The 1953 Academy Awards become the first televised installment.
  • Economics-politics

    Economics-politics
    Treaty of Rome: birth of the European Economic Community
  • Science

    Science
    Enterprise, first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier launched
  • Art

    Art
    In 1960 Elvis Presley returns to the musical field scoring hits
  • The Beatles

    The Beatles
    Dates: 1960 - 1970
    Ocupation: Rock and Roll
    Notable achievements: 48 different music awards
  • Economics-politics

    Economics-politics
    On November 22, in Dallas, John F. Kennedy is assassinated
  • Economics-politics

    Economics-politics
    The United States begins an open intervention in Vietnam supporting the South Vietnamese regime, in war against North Vietnam, in turn supported by the sovietic Union. The United States Government Overprotects Your Information
  • Sport

    Sport
    In England the 1966 World Cup is played, in which the host country wins.
  • Landing on the moon

    Landing on the moon
    At 9:32 a.m. EDT on July 16, with the world watching, Apollo 11 took off from Kennedy Space Center with astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins aboard. After traveling 240,000 miles in 76 hours, Apollo 11 entered into a lunar orbit on July 19. The next day, At 10:56 p.m., as Armstrong stepped off the ladder and planted his foot on the moon’s powdery surface
  • Science

    Science
    Intel creates the Intel 4004, the first microprocessor
  • Sport

    Sport
    The police monitor the kidnappers on behalf of the Israeli delegation at the 1972 Munich Olympics.
  • Economics-politics

    Economics-politics
    United Kingdom, Denmark and Ireland join the EEC
  • Economics-politics

    Economics-politics
    Peace Treaty between the United States and North Vietnam: Operation Homecoming begins (withdrawal of US forces from Vietnam)
  • Art

    Art
    American actress Joan Crawfoard, considered worldwide as one of Hollywood's female icons, passes away, Opening of the Sydney Opera House
  • Oil Crisis

    Oil Crisis
    The 1973 oil crisis began on October 16, following the decision of the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries with members of the Persian Gulf of OPEC not to export any more oil to the countries that had supported Israel during the Yom Kippur war, which pitted Israel against Syria and Egypt. This included the United States and its Western European allies.
  • Vietnam War:

    Vietnam War:
    The Vietnam War was a war that pitted South Vietnam, with a pro-Western tendency against North Vietnam, which was communist, between 1955 and 1975.
  • Afghanistan War

    Afghanistan War
    It took place between April 1978 and April 1992, when the armed forces of the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan clashed against the Mujahideen insurgents.
  • Sport

    Sport
    The United States and many other countries boycotted the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow.
  • Art

    Art
    The Ninja Turtles is released.
  • Politics-economy

    Politics-economy
    Ronald Reagan takes office as president of the United States
  • Science

    Science
    Synthesis of a human gene in the UK
  • Reagan President

    Reagan President
    He was an American actor and politician who served as the 40th President of the United States from 1981 to 1989 and the 33rd Governor of California
  • Berlin Wall Fall:

    Berlin Wall Fall:
    The fall of the Berlin Wall was a popular revolt in the capital of East Germany, East Berlin, on 9 November 1989, as a result of which the defensive fortifications of that country that prevented free transit with the American, British and French sectors of occupation of Berlin, and the de facto open border were demolished.