What is March 15 and what special events take place on it? Along find out the article below to get the answer.
What is the date of March 15?
March 15, 74th (75th leap year) in the Gregorian calendar March 15, 2021 is the 3-2-2021 lunar month, the third Monday of the month.
March 15 every year is the day on the rights of Vietnamese consumers by the Prime Minister issued Decision No. 1035 / QD-TTg dated July 10, 2015 for the purpose of expressing the Government’s views on protection. ensure the basic rights of consumers, protect the interests of consumers, contribute to building a civilized and healthy consumer environment.
In the context of the complicated evolution of the Covid-19 epidemic in the world, the epidemic has basically been controlled domestically, the Vietnamese Consumer Rights Day 2021 has the theme “Responsible business, sustainable consumption. steady in a new normal ”.
Historical events around the world take place on March 15
March 15, 44 B.C.E. – Permanent dictator of the Roman Republic Julius Caesar is murdered by dozens of elders at a meeting of the Senate.
March 15, 1329 – King Tran Minh Tong ceded the throne to Crown Prince Tran Vuong (later King Tran Hien Tong), returned to the position of king.
March 15, 1493 – Cristoforo Colombo returns to Spain after he discovered America
March 15, 1874 – The French government and the Nguyen Dynasty of Vietnam sign the Treaty of Giap Tuat, recognizing the permanent French sovereignty over Cochinchina.
March 15, 1892 – British businessman John Houlding founded Liverpool Football Club, spun off from Everton Football Club.
March 15, 1906 – Rolls-Royce is established
March 15, 1917 – After the February Revolution, Tsar Nikolai II abdicated, becoming the last to hold the titles Russian Czar, Grand Duke of Finland and King of Poland.
March 15, 1943 – World War II: Operation Donets ends with the result that the Germans recapture the city of Kharkov from the Soviet Union.
March 15, 1972 – The Godfather is released, this film is based on the novel of the same name by Mario Puzo, directed by Francis Ford Coppola.
March 15, 2019 – New Zealand’s darkest day, shooting of 49 dead in New Zealand.