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Famous Events For September 11 – Today In History

September 11: Today in History – Historical Events

Early Centuries – September 11 Historic Events – Before the 1700s

1. September 11, 0009 – Culmination of the battle of Teutoburg Forest
2. September 11, 0813 – Crowning of Louis I as King
3. September 11, 1185 – Isaac II murders Stephanus Hagiochristophorites, a rebellion starts and brings down Andronicus I Comneus and crowns Isaac as king of the Byzantine Kingdom
4. September 11, 1297 – The English were vanquished by William Wallace, a Scottish protestor, at the war at Stirling Bridge

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5. September 11, 1304 – Willem II assumes as Duke of Holland
6. September 11, 1390 – commencement of the seizure of Vilnius by Teutonic Knights during the battle of Lithuanian Civil War
7. September 11, 1541 – Michimalonko commands the native soldiers and with their assistance demolishes Santiago and Chile
8. September 11, 1557 – The Catholic and Lutheran religions assemble in Worms for a discussion
9. September 11, 1609 – the commencement eviction of Moriscos in Spain beginning with the eviction of Moriscos of Valencia as made public against him
10. September 11, 1645 – The reorganised defence of Thomas Fairfax seized Bristol
11. September 11, 1648 – John Casimir vanquished at the war of Pilawee by Bohdan Chmielricki
12. September 11, 1649 – 3000 traditionalists were murdered by Oliver Cromwell at the Extermination of Drogheda, Ireland
13. September 11, 1697 – soldiers loyal to Prince Eugen of Savoy conquer the Turks thus terminating the domination of the Ottoman of many parts of Europe

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18th Century – What Happened on September 11 – The 1700s

14. September 11, 1708 – Charles XII of Sweden breaks his advance and seizes Moscow thus making a decisive step in the battle known as the Great Northern battle
15. September 11, 1709 – The friendly countries England, Dutch, Aust, and Dutch join to defeat France at the War of Malpllaquet during the Spanish progression
16. September 11, 1714 – Barcelona seized by the defense belonging to France and Spain under the command of Duke of Berwick
17. September 11, 1741 – A lecture by Queen Maria Theresa arranged for the parliamentarians of Hungary
18. September 11, 1758 – The seven long years of battle by the British deterred at the war of Saint Fast France
19. September 11, 1773 – According to Benjamin Franklin, there is no good battle or bad harmony

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20. September 11, 1777 – British conquer Americans at the war of Brandywine, Pa
21. September 11, 1786 – a discussion meeting is arranged in Annapolis to discuss the trade between provinces
22. September 11, 1789 – appointment of Alexander Hamilton as the first chief of Funds
23. September 11, 1792 – The Hope Diamond used to be kept in a house from where six thieves barged into the house and stole it

19th Century – September 11 This Day That Year – The 1800s

24. September 11, 1802 – The French seize the Piedmont domain
25. September 11, 1814 – the Americans conquer the British at the War of Plattsburgh which commended on 6th Sept during the battle of 1812

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26. September 11, 1814 – American fleet conquers British at the War of Lake Champlain, NY
27. September 11, 1831 – historic meeting between Charles Darwin and Captain Fitzroy at Plymouth
28. September 11, 1839 – 1str sports competition held in Canada
29. September 11, 1847 – debut song performance of Stephen Foster –“Susanna” at Pittsburgh
30. September 11, 1850 – debut presentation of 1st US musical of “Swedish Nightingale” by Jenny Lind
31. September 11, 1852 – publication of the 1st daily, “Olympia Columbia” from north Columbia
32. September 11, 1853 – Morse code message sent from San Francisco to Pt Lobos, California from merchant’s Exchange
33. September 11, 1857 – camouflaged Mormons as Indians kill 120 settlers in Utah
34. September 11, 1862 – Tom Morris Sr scores a 163 at Prestwick Golf Club during the 3rd British Golf Open

35. September 11, 1877 – inauguration of the Rijkslandbouwhoge school in Wageningen
36. September 11, 1881 – The village in Swiss, Elm, was covered with mud due to a landslide three times
37. September 11, 1883 – copyright given to James Cutler for his postal mail chute
38. September 11, 1885 – appointment of Moses Hopkins as Minister of Liberia
39. September 11, 1886 – The Mayflower of the US vanquishes Galatea of English in the 7th American Cup
40. September 11, 1888 – Teacher’s Day in Latin America is named after Argentine politician Domingo Sarmiento after his demise
41. September 11, 1889 – commencement of the venture series of Sherlock Holmes, “Crooked Man”
42. September 11, 1890 – John Ball scores a 164 at Prestwick Golf Club during the 30th British Golf Open

43. September 11, 1891 – Baron Maurice de Hirsch organized an Association for Jews
44. September 11, 1893 – the inauguration of an outlet at Frisby and Tremont Ave for Bronx Gas and Electric Co
45. September 11, 1893 – the first-ever Zen tutor, Shaku Soen arrives in the Chicago
46. September 11, 1893 – World Religion Congress meets
47. September 11, 1895 – memorabilia of FA was pilfered in Birmingham
48. September 11, 1897 – the end of the reign of the olden monarchy with the seizure of King Kaffa, Gaki Sherocho, by an army of Menelik II of Ethiopia

20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 11 – 1900

49. September 11, 1900 – Paul Kruger, President of Transvaal trespasses into the Mozambique border
50. September 11, 1903 – the first motor race was organized in The Milwaukee Mile in West Allis, Wisconsin. This is the foremost race in the world
51. September 11, 1906 – Mahatma Gandhi described the struggle of the Non-Violence crusade in South Africa as “Satyagraha”

52. September 11, 1909 – Max Wold establishes once again Halley’s heavenly body
53. September 11, 1910 – electric public transport inaugurated
54. September 11, 1912 – Netherlands constitutes a committee for Olympic plays
55. September 11, 1912 – Eddie Collins of Philadelphia A, scores 6 bases in a game
56. September 11, 1914 – publication of “St Louis Blues” by W.C Handy
57. September 11, 1914 – The German army in New Britain was defeated by the Australian defense
58. September 11, 1916 – Kavalla Greece seized by German Defence Forces
59. September 11, 1916 – The buckled Quebec Bridge in 1907 was renovated and during renovation, it buckled again killing 11 workers
60. September 11, 1918 – Boston Red Sox triumphs Chicago Cubs (4-2) at the 15th World Series
61. September 11, 1919 – Despatch of defense personnel to Honduras by US Navy
62. September 11, 1922 – commencement of British directive in Palestine
63. September 11, 1922 – Yankees score a doubleheader success in Polo Grounds
64. September 11, 1922 – the agreement of Kars is approved in Yerevan, Armenia
65. September 11, 1922 – establishment of The Sun News – an illustrated one in Australia
66. September 11, 1923 – Bernie Neis achieves a 1000th HR

67. September 11, 1923 – an aircraft of ZR-1 category glides over the tallest multi-storied building Woolworth Tower in New York
68. September 11, 1926 – USA vanquishes France in a match played in Philadelphia (4-1) at the 21st Davis Cup
69. September 11, 1926 – Bestowing of Aloha Tower in Honolulu
70. September 11, 1926 – withdrawal of Spain from the League of Nations on the admission of Germany
71. September 11, 1927 – Browns triumph over New Yankees in their final game. 6-2, after losing 21 successively
72. September 11, 1927 – Babe Ruth scores his 50th of 60 HR
73. September 11, 1928 – TV transmission of the first play “Queens Messenger” by WGY
74. September 11, 1929 – light system to regulate walkers installed by SF Mayor Rolph
75. September 11, 1930 – the eruption of Volcano, Stromboli and its molten lava flung up to 2 miles
76. September 11, 1931 – the associates of Charles Luciano, kills Salvatore Maranzano
77. September 11, 1932 – in an aircraft accident involving RWD 6, two players of Polish Challenge 1932, Francisek Zwirko and Stanislaw Wigura were killed, when the plane struck the ground due to a tempest
78. September 11, 1933 – Britain Fred Perry prevents the hope of Australian Jack Crawford’s efforts to achieve the Grand Slam by vanquishing him at the US Tennis Championship
79. September 11, 1935 – the US won the Davis Cup for 7 successive years
80. September 11, 1936 – Franklin D Roosevelt devoted Boulder Dam (now Hoover Dam) to the Nation
81. September 11, 1937 – Don Budge triumphs Gottfried von Cramm (6-1.7-9,6-1,3-6,6-1) at the 57th US Men’s National Championship

82. September 11, 1937 – Anita Lizana triumphs over Jadwiga Jedrzejowska (6-4,6-2) at the 51st US Women’s National Championship
83. September 11, 1939- Germans deploy forces to Warsaw starting the war of Kutno-pocket
84. September 11, 1939 – British undersea vessel Oxley was destroyed by Triton, another undersea vessel belonging to the British
85. September 11, 1939 – the combined armies of Iraq and Saudi Arabia announce war on Germany
86. September 11, 1940 – Germans damage the Buckingham Palace by shelling
87. September 11, 1940 – Frank C Walker of PA appointed as 54th Chief of Postal Service in the US
88. September 11, 1940 – commencement of battle Seelowe by Hitler
89. September 11, 1940 – George Stibitz invents the remote control for the computer
90. September 11, 1941 – a shoot at sight order was passed by Franklin D. Roosevelt for shooting Axis vessels sailing on American water
91. September 11, 1941 – accusation by Charles Lindbergh that the US was being drawn into WWII by UK, Jews, and Roosevelt
92. September 11, 1941 – German U-boats were attacked by the US Navy during WW II
93. September 11, 1942- Jews of French origin were transported to Germany
94. September 11, 1942 – the combined armies of friendly nations defeat Salerno, Italy
95. September 11, 1943 – armies of the US and Australia arrive in Salamaua, New Guinea
96. September 11, 1943 – A German adventurer vessel drowned near Easter Island
97. September 11, 1944 – during the 2nd Quebec discussion meeting in Canada Franklin D Roosevelt meets Churchill
98. September 11, 1944 – a military operation unit of the US Defence Covering Unit, was the first unit of friendly nations to arrive in Nazi-Germany
99. September 11, 1945 – dialysis was first conducted by Physician Willem J Kolff using the man-made kidney contraption, in the Netherlands
100. September 11, 1946 – telecommunication talk, a long distance one, for the first time, from automobile to automobile
101. September 11, 1950 – first presentation of the comic series “Beetle Bailey”
102. September 11, 1950 – a revolution in printing by showcasing the 1st type setting appliance
103. September 11, 1950 – train accident in Coshocton leaves 33 dead
104. September 11, 1950 – protests of violence shown in the Dick Tracy television show
105. September 11, 1951 – debut performance of “Rake’s Progress” by Stravinsky in Venice
106. September 11,
107. September 11, 1951 – Florence Chadwick took 16 hr and 16 minutes to cross the English Channel from England to France and thus became the first lady to achieve this distinction
108. September 11, 1952 – West German Chief Konrad Adenauer approves a compensation scheme for Jews
109. September 11, 1953 -the inauguration of the TV transmission channel 8 in Salinas-Monterey
110. September 11, 1953 – the airing of the TV transmission channel 25 in Evansville, IN CBS commenced
111. September 11, 1954 – state highest rainfall of 20.4 cm in Brunswick, Maine
112. September 11, 1954 – debut airing of TV transmission channel 4 in Valley City (Fargo)
113. September 11, 1954 – televising for the first time the event covering the crowing of Lee Meriwether of California as the 27th Miss America
114. September 11, 1955 – the airing of TV Transmission channel 11 in Fort Worth-Dallas commenced
115. September 11, 1955 – Juan Manuel Fangio achieves by 16.5 points the 6th Formula One
116. September 11, 1955 – Tony Trabert defeats Ken Rosewall (9-7,6-3,6-3) at the 75th U.S. Men’s National Championship
117. September 11, 1955 – Dorisd Hart vanquishes Patrica Ward Hales (6-4,6-2) at the 69th U.S. Women’s National Championship
118. September 11, 1956 – Frank Robinson of Cincinnati Red scores his 38th HR and equals beginner’s record
119. September 11, 1956 – 10 K run world’s best achieved by Vladimir Kuts by running 28:42.8
120. September 11, 1958 – Atomic test by Great Britain at Christmas Island

121. September 11, 1959 – Spingarn Medal was awarded to ‘Duke’ Ellington for his musical accomplishments
122. September 11, 1959 – the issue of food coupons that could be exchanged for food to poor Americans was approved by the Congress
123. September 11, 1959 – Dodgers defeat Pirates, 5-4, thus culminating the winning trait of Elroy Face’s 22 plays
124. September 11, 1960 – valedictory of the 17th Olympic play in Rome, Italy
125. September 11, 1960 – The members of the association, The Young Americans for Freedom, assemble at the residence of William F Buckley, Jr and proclaim the Sharon Statement
126. September 11, 1961 – severe cyclone, Carla, with a wind speed of 175 mph strikes Texas
127. September 11, 1961 – beginning of the World Wildlife Fund collection
128. September 11, 1962 – Ringo Starr, the Drummer, succeeds Pete Best of the Beatles
129. September 11, 1962 – TV Transmission of channel 24 in San Bernardino, CA starts
130. September 11, 1963 – 330 perished and property worth $17.5 million spoiled when cyclone, Gloria hit Taiwan
131. September 11, 1964 – establishment of a musical firm, Mornyork, by George Harrison
132. September 11, 1965 – cassette by Beatles, ‘Help’ becomes first and remains No.1 for 9 weeks
133. September 11, 1965 – the 1st horse mounted group of US defense reaches Vietnam
134. September 11, 1966 – Atomic test by France at Muruora Island
135. September 11, 1966 – Johnny Miller of Yank achieves an HR on the first attempt
136. September 11, 1966 – LPGA Pacific Ladies’ Golf Classic was achieved by Mickey Wright
137. September 11, 1967 – De Gaulle, President of France arrives in Poland
138. September 11, 1967 – Class between India and China at the territory
139. September 11, 1967 – matter collected from the surface of the moon was analyzed chemically by US Surveyor 5 for the first time
140. September 11, 1967 – airing of TV transmission by channel 23 in Pensacola by WSRE commenced
141. September 11, 1968 – An air accident involving Air France Flight 1611 near Nice, France leaves 89 travelers and 6 crew dead
142. September 11, 1969 – atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh USSR
143. September 11, 1970 – The captives from the Dawson’s Field hijackings are freed in two batches – 88 in the first batch and the balance mostly Jews and Israeli subjects on September 25
144. September 11, 1970 – Ford Company releases a front engine, rear-driven car viz Ford Pinto
145. September 11, 1971 – valedictory of “2 by 2” at Imperial Theatre, NYC after 343 presentations
146. September 11, 1971 – Constitution of Egypt approved
147. September 11, 1971 – the crowning of Laurel Lea Schaefer (Ohio),22, as 44th Miss America 1972
148. September 11, 1972 – BART commences its rail transportation facility from Oakland to Fremont 26 miles
149. September 11, 1973 – in an armed takeover, Salvador Allende, President of Chile, was ousted
150. September 11, 1976 – Dorothy Kathleen Benham (Minn) 20, was selected as the 49th Miss America 1977
151. September 11, 1976 – Minnie Minoso fails to achieve success for 12 years but joins White Sox
152. September 11, 1977 – 29th Emmy Awards were awarded to The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Carroll O’Connor, and Bea Arthur
153. September 11, 1977 – LPGA National Jewish Hospital Golf Open was achieved by Joanne Carner
154. September 11, 1977 – Guillermo Vilas triumphs Jimmy Connors (2-6,6-3,7-6,6-0) at the 97th Men’s US Open
155. September 11, 1980 – Constitution of Chile approved
156. September 11, 1981 – formation of administration by Van Agt in the Netherlands for the 2nd time
157. September 11, 1982 – the crowning of Debbie Maffett (California), 25, as the 55th Miss America 1983
158. September 11, 1982 – Chris Evert plays her concluding US Open Tennis competition at West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, NY and that was her 6th success
159. September 11, 1982 – Chris Evert-Lloyd vanquishes Hana Mandlikova (6-3,6-1) at the 102nd Women’s US Open
160. September 11, 1983 – The LPGA Portland Ping Golf Championship was achieved by Joanne Carner
161. September 11, 1983 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh, USSR
162. September 11, 1983 – Jimmy Connors triumphs Ivan Lendle (6-3,6-7,7-5,6-0) at the 103rd Men’s US Open
163. September 11, 1985 – Sri Lanka achieved their first Cricket match success by scoring 149 runs against India
164. September 11, 1986 – Prime Minister of Israel, Shimon Peres arrives in Egypt and is welcomed by its President Hosni Mubarak
165. September 11, 1986 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada Test Ground
166. September 11, 1987 – Peter Gabriel achieves the 4th MTV Video Music Award
167. September 11, 1987 – A firing incident at Jean-Bertrand Aristides’s church in Haiti leaves 12 dead
168. September 11, 1988 – most of the residents favor freedom for Estonia
169. September 11, 1988 – LPGA Cellular One-Ping Golf Championship achieved by Betsy King
170. September 11, 1988 – Mats Wilander vanquishes Ivan Lendl (6-4,4-6,6-3,5-7,6-4) at the 108th Men’s US Open
171. September 11, 1989 – Drexel was found guilty of safety deception charges
172. September 11, 1989 – alteration of Des Moines Iowa its identifying code letters from KSO-AM to KGGO
173. September 11, 1991 – offers invited for the purchase of “La Toya: Growing Up in The Jackson Family”
174. September 11, 1991 – in an air accident involving Continental Express near Houston, 14 lost their life
175. September 11, 1991- NY Yankees play their conclusive game at Baltimore Oriole Memorial Ground
176. September 11, 1992 – cyclone Iniki strikes Kauai Hawaii, killing 3 persons and 8000 wounded
177. September 11, 1993 – 1500 m running best was achieved by Junxia QAu (3:50.46)
178. September 11, 1993 – Steffi Graff vanquishes Helena Sukova (6-3.6-3) at the 113th Women’s UD Open
179. September 11, 1994- Fraiser, Picket Fences and Kelsey Grammer achieve their 46th Emmy Awards
180. September 11, 1994 – 50 m freestyle swimming in the women’s category was won by Jingyi Le
181. September 11, 1994 –Ping-Cellular One LPGA Golf Championship was scored by Missie McGeorge
182. September 11, 1994 – Andre Agassi defeats Michael Stich (6-1,7-6,7-5) at the 114th Men’s US Open
183. September 11, 1995 – “Cleveland Indians Day” announced by Voinovich, Governor of Ohio
184. September 11, 1995 – Spacecraft Soyuz TM 22 reaches the earth
185. September 11, 1995 – Southern Pacific Railways sold to Union Pacific Railways
186. September 11, 1997 – A plebiscite in Scotland favors a decentralized parliament inside the United Kingdom
187. September 11, 1998 – eleven counts for prosecuting President Clinton was presented to US Congress by an Independent advisor, Kenneth Starr
188. September 11, 1998 – inauguration of the 16th Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and thus it becomes the 1st Asian nation to host the game

21st Century – September 11 This Day In History – The 2000s

189. September 11, 2000 – the assembly of World Economic Forum in Melbourne witnesses remonstrations from protesters
190. September 11, 2001 – terrorists bang the New York’s World Trade Towers by employing two hijacked commercial aircraft leaving 2752 people dead
191. September 11, 2001 – Pentagon attached by radicals by using an aircraft leaving 125 dead
192. September 11, 2001 – a failed attempt by travelers and a team of the captured United Airlines Flight 93 triggers a plane accident in Pennsylvania killing 64 persons traveling
193. September 11, 2001 – inauguration of the musical “Blueprint” by Jay-Z, including contributions by Eminem and Kanye West
194. September 11, 2002 – repairs to the Pentagon were completed and accurately one year after the attack it was bestowed
195. September 11, 2003 – Minister for Foreign Affairs in the Swedish Government Anna Lindh who was fatally attacked on Sept. 10 dies
196. September 11, 2003 – The Convention on Biological Diversity adopted a supplementary measure known as The Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety. This Protocol came into effect on that day
197. September 11, 2004 – all traveling in the helicopter including Patriarch Peter VII of Alexandria, journalists, and bishops died when the helicopter met with an accident in the Aegean Sea
198. September 11, 2005 – The Israel army withdrew from the Gaza Strip voluntarily
199. September 11, 2005 – inauguration of the film, “Pride and Prejudice” based on the novel by Jane Austen, featuring Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet
200. September 11, 2005 – Roger Federer defeats Andre Agassi (6-3,2-6,7-6,6-1) at the 125th Men’s US Open
201. September 11, 2005 – Kim Clijsters defeated Mary Pierce (6-3,6-1) at the 125th Women’s US Open
202. September 11, 2007 – the biggest atomic bomb test by Russia – The Father of all bombs
203. September 11, 2009 – The GDP growth in Sweden was 0.2% in the second quarter indicating it’s coming out of the economic crisis
204. September 11, 2012 – In a clash between Al-Shabaab and Somali army, about 50 Al-Shabaab fighters killed
205. September 11, 2012 – The US Embassy in Benghazi was raided, looted, and incinerated killing five people including the US Ambassador
206. September 11, 2012 – A passenger vehicle falls into a valley in Nepal killing 29 passengers
207. September 11, 2012 – Japan takes over the Senkaku Islands which were under disagreement
208. September 11, 2013 – dissidents in Central Syria kill 12 persons belonging to Alawite group
209. September 11, 2014 – South African athlete Oscar Pistorius accused of killing his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, was not found guilty of murder. He was found guilty later of homicide
210. September 11, 2015 – a large crake breaks down in Mecca, Saudi Arabia killing nearly 100 persons
211. September 11, 2015 – Forbes rates Sofia Vergara and Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting as the highest earning Television actresses
212. September 11, 2015 –Rick Perry, Governor of Texas (ex) a presidential hopeful from the republican Party withdraws from the contest
213. September 11, 2015 – debut performance of the film, “ The Martian” on the lines of the story by Andy Weir, guided by Ridley Scott and featuring Matt Damon at Toronto International Film Festival
214. September 11, 2016 – Wawrinka triumphs Novak Djokovic (6-7,1-7,6-4,6-7-5,6-3) at the 136th US Open

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