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5. březen je 64. den roku podle gregoriánského kalendáře (65. v přestupném roce). Do konce roku zbývá 301 dní. Svátek má Kazimír.

Události

Česko

Svět

Revolver Colt Paterson

Narození

Automatický abecedně řazený seznam existujících biografií viz Kategorie:Narození 5. března

Česko

Jan Ruml (* 1953)

Svět

Lynn Margulis (* 1938)
Eva Mendes (* 1974)

Úmrtí

Automatický abecedně řazený seznam existujících biografií viz Kategorie:Úmrtí 5. března

Česko

Svět

Alessandro Volta († 1827)
Sergej Prokofjev († 1953)

Svátky

Česko

  • Kazimír, Kazi, Kazimíra
  • Oliva
  • Olivie
  • Teofil, Teofila, Theofil, Theofila

Svět

Liturgický kalendář

Klementinum-ico.png   5. březen v pražském Klementinu
Údaje jsou platné k 6. 7. 2022.
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−14,0 °C (1971)3,2 °C (od 1961)17,9 °C (1998)

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průčelí Klementina, (jako ikonka pro použití do šablony)
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Autor: Hmaag, Licence: CC0
Colt Paterson 5th Model
Lynn Margulis.jpg
Autor: Jpedreira, Licence: CC BY-SA 2.5
Lynn Margulis. Taken at her conference at the III Congress about Scientific Vulgarization in La Coruña, Spain, on November 9, 2005.
Sergei Prokofiev circa 1918 over Chair Bain.jpg
Title: Prokofieff [i.e. Prokofiev] Abstract/medium: 1 negative : glass ; 5 x 7 in. or smaller.
Felipe González 2015 (cropped).jpg
Autor: Junta Informa, Licence: CC BY-SA 2.0
15.01.29 Premio aFelipe Glez 2
EvaMendescropped.jpg
Autor: Nicolas Genin, Licence: CC BY-SA 2.0
Eva Mendes at the 66th Venice International Film Festival
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Portrait of Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin, 1947
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Anna Chakvetadze in 's Hertogenbosch 2007
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The bloody massacre perpetrated in King Street Boston on March 5th 1770 by a party of the 29th Regt. According to the Library of Congress (1):

A sensationalized portrayal of the skirmish, later to become known as the "Boston Massacre," between British soldiers and citizens of Boston on March 5, 1770. On the right a group of seven uniformed soldiers, on the signal of an officer, fire into a crowd of civilians at left. Three of the latter lie bleeding on the ground. Two other casualties have been lifted by the crowd. In the foreground is a dog; in the background are a row of houses, the First Church, and the Town House. Behind the British troops is another row of buildings including the Royal Custom House, which bears the sign (perhaps a sardonic comment) "Butcher's Hall." Beneath the print are four sections of verse, which read:

Unhappy BOSTON! see thy Sons deplore,
Thy hallow'd Walks besmear'd with guiltless Gore:
While faithless P--n and his savage Bands,
With murd'rous Rancour stretch their bloody Hands;
Like fierce Barbarians grinning o'er their Prey,
Approve the Carnage, and enjoy the Day.

If scalding drops from Rage from Anguish Wrung
If speechless Sorrows lab'ring for a Tongue,
Or if a weeping World can ought appease
The plaintive Ghosts of Victims such as these;
The Patriot's copious Tears for each are shed,
A glorious Tribute which embalms the Dead

But know, FATE summons to that awful Goal,
Where JUSTICE strips the Murd'rer of his Soul:
Should venal C--ts the scandal of the Land,
Snatch the relentless Villain from her Hand,
Keen Execrations on this Plate inscrib'd,
Shall reach a JUDGE who never can be brib'd.

The unhappy Sufferers were Mess.s SAM.L GRAY, SAM.L MAVERICK, JAM.S CALDWELL, CRISPUS ATTUCKS & PAT.K CARR
Killed. Six wounded; two of them (CHRIST.R MONK & JOHN CLARK) Mortally
Published in 1770 by Paul Revere
Boston

1 print : engraving with watercolor, on laid paper ; 25.8 x 33.4 cm. (plate)
Jan Ruml.jpg
Autor: Michal Maňas , Licence: CC BY 2.5
český politik Jan Ruml