1902 – Formally established in Castileje FC Real Madrid. Real Madrid is considered one of the most famous and successful football clubs not only in Spain but throughout the European continent and around the world. Throughout its history, Real Madrid has won dozens of cups and football competitions, in Spain, Europe, and beyond. His lifelong rival is FC Barcelona.
1922 – Born in the Little Russian neighborhood of Shkodra Qemal Draçini was an Albanian teacher and publicist. He studied law in Florence, 1941-’43. In 1945 he worked as a teacher of literature, political economy and justice in Tirana at the institute “Donika Kastrioti” of Shkodra in the Gymnasium, later in Min. of Education and Culture for the drafting of textbooks with Aleksandër Xhuvani, Dhimitër Shuteriq and Sterjo Spassen. He was arrested in 1946 after the Postrriba movement because of the honor he enjoyed among the intellectuals of the time but even though he had abandoned the “sins of youth”. He died in prison from torture on October 10, 1947. The declassified files of the BGFIEND operation show that Qemali cut his veins after seeing the bloody testimony of Musine Kokalari. Through a petition of Shkodra intelligence and dissent for the 45th anniversary of the assassination addressed to the President of the Republic S. Berisha was asked to declare Dracin “Torch of freedom and democracy”, the proclamation “Martyr of Democracy” was made in 1992. In 2008 the Council The Mayor of Shkodra praises him with the title “Honorary Citizen”.
1926 – Violeta Manushi was born in Korça. She was one of the icons of the National Theater of Tirana, active even after 48 years! Great actress, who has excelled both in comedy (Olga in “Ladies from the City”) and in drama (Nica in “The General of the Dead Army”). Counts over 100 roles in theater and 16 in cinema. In May 2004 he successfully returned to the stage of the National Theater, with the tragicomedy “Shelter of the Forgotten”. In the drama “Kremlin Hours” (1957) she played three roles at once, thus setting an original record, still in force. She later starred in the comedies “Jolly Women of Windsor” (1959) and “Mrs. Dulska’s Morality” (1958). From the national dramaturgy he successfully interpreted Olympia in “The Carnivals of Korça” (1964), Zyhrana in “The Second Face” (1968), Nice in “The General of the Dead Army” (1971), Olga in “The Lady from the City” ( 1975) and aunt in “Palace 176” (1985), being completely transformed in each of them. He also starred in 16 films, from “Tana” (1958) to “The Little Siege” (1989) and a teledrama “The General of the Dead Army” (1976). For the role of Aunt Olga in “Ladies from the City” she won the Medal of the Film Festival in 1977.
1926 – Born in Suwalki, Andrzej Wajda. Wajda was a Polish film director. The recipient of an Oscar of Honor, the Palme d’Or, as well as the Golden Lion, was a prominent member of the “Polish Film School”. He was especially known for his trilogy of war films composed of A Generation, Kanał, and Ashes and Diamonds. He is regarded as one of the most renowned filmmakers in the world, whose works chronicled the political and social evolution of Poland.
1946 – Ho Chi Minh signs an agreement with France recognizing Vietnam as an autonomous state in the Indochina Federation and the French Union. It recognized Vietnam as a “Free State” within the French Union and allowed France to continue deploying troops in North Vietnam until 1951. After Vietnam, it would begin the bloody war for independence from France.
1951 – During the Cold War, the trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg begins. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were US citizens who were convicted of espionage on behalf of the Soviet Union. The couple was charged with providing secret information about radars, propulsion engines, propulsion engines, and valuable models of nuclear weapons. They were executed in 1953 at the New York prison.
1957 – Ghana becomes the first Sub-Saharan country to gain independence from the British. On March 6, 1957, at 12:00. Nkrumah proclaimed the founding and autonomy of Ghana. On July 1, 1960, following Ghana’s constitutional referendum and Ghana’s presidential election, Nkrumah declared Ghana a republic as Ghana’s first President. March 6 is the nation’s Independence Day and July 1 is now celebrated as Republic Day
1964 – King Paul dies in Athens at the age of 62. Paul was King of Greece from 1947 until his death in 1964. He was succeeded by his son Constantine II. He was Prince Philip’s first cousin. In 1963 he underwent an appendicitis operation. In late February 1964, he underwent further gastric cancer surgery and died about a week later in Athens. Paul was succeeded by Constantine II.
1983 – The first games of the United States Football League were played. The United States Football League (USFL) was an American football league that played for three seasons, 1983 to 1985. This league, closed in 1986, was reopened under a different name. The ideas behind the USFL were conceived in 1965 by New Orleans businessman David Dixon, and he founded it.
1992 – The cyber-virus Michelangelo begins to touch computers. The virus was created to infect DOS systems but did not include the operating system or make any OS calls. Michelangelo, like all boot sector viruses, operated at the BIOS level. This virus was activated on March 6, the birthday of Renaissance artist Michelangelo. The name was chosen by researchers who noted the coincidence of the activation date.