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Famous Events For September 12

Famous Events For September 12 – Today In History

September 12: Today in History – Historical Events

Early Centuries – September 12 Historic Events – Before the 1700s

September 12, 1015 – Henry I assume the position of Count of Leuven
1. September 12, 1213 – Simon de Montfort defeats Pedro II of Aragon at the war at Muret
2. September 12, 1217 – an agreement between French Prince Louis and English King Henry III entered for amity
3. September 12, 1229 – James I of Aragon directed the Aragonese forces to arrive in Santa Ponca, Majorca to seize the Island

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4. September 12, 1396 – the activists guided by Nevers arrive in Nicopolis
5. September 12, 1543 – Duke Willem of Gulik and Charles V of Holy Roman Emperor agree on a peace treaty during the Italian battle
6. September 12, 1556 – King Charles renounces the crown to favor his brother Ferdinand I
7. September 12, 1624 – an underwater vessel was verified in the River Thames in public view for King James I
8. September 12, 1635 – a no-war agreement between Sweden and Poland established as the agreement of Stuhmsdorf
9. September 12, 1639 – Thomas Wentworth, representative of the king, travels back to England by sea
10. September 12, 1662 – John Flamsteed becomes an astronomer on witnessing the partial solar eclipse
11. September 12, 1673 – Naarden seized by Prince William III

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12. September 12, 1683 – several friendly countries combine to conquer the Ottoman kingdom
13. September 12, 1695 – Jews in New York appeal to Governor Dongan requesting religious freedom

18th Century – What Happened on September 12 – The 1700s

14. September 12, 1703 – English army under the command of Charles of Austria arrive in Portugal
15. September 12, 1720 – Isaak of Hoornbeek assumes charge as advisor on pension in Dutch
16. September 12, 1722 – Baku and Derbent in Persia were seized by the Russian army
17. September 12, 1733 – installation of Stanislaw Lesczynsk as king of Poland
18. September 12, 1751 – Jews were not permitted to establish their colony in Amsterdam

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19. September 12, 1758 – Messier Classification was started by French astronomer Charles Messier on his recognition of the Crab Nebula by mistake
20. September 12, 1759 – Quebec seized by British army
21. September 12, 1776 – Nathan Hale, a soldier, goes on a reconnoiter assignment
22. September 12, 1787 – changes in the Constitution recommended by the American statesman, George Mason, on adding some clauses to the civil rights were defeated in the Senate

19th Century – September 12 This Day That Year – The 1800s

23. September 12, 1814 – Baltimore was the place of battle during the War of 1812 where the War of North Point was conducted
24. September 12, 1847 – commencement of fight of Chapultepec – known as Mexican-American battle

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25. September 12, 1857 – 423 lost their life when the ship Central America drowned off Cape Romain SC
26. September 12, 1862 – commencement of war of Harpers Ferry, VA
27. September 12, 1867 – opening of a 2nd place of worship for Jews in Curacao, Emanu-El of Willemstad
28. September 12, 1874 – establishment of the District Maple Ridge in Canada
29. September 12, 1876 – King Leopold II inaugurates the Congo meeting for discussion
30. September 12, 1878 – installation of ancient obelisks known as Cleopatra Needle in London
31. September 12, 1882 – Pierre de Brazza arrives in Belgium and is welcomed by King Leopold II
32. September 12, 1885 – A maximum score of 35 was achieved in the first-rate football match
33. September 12, 1888 – commencement of the adventure series “Greek Interpreter” by Sherlock Holmes
34. September 12, 1890 – settlers of Cecil Rhodes discovered Fort Salisbury
35. September 12, 1895 – 10th American Cup was achieved by Defender (US) by defeating Valkyrie III (England)
36. September 12, 1897 – commencement of war of Saragahi

20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 12 – 1900

37. September 12, 1901 – Arabs declare war against Gedara Palestine
38. September 12, 1906 – Viscount Tredegar inaugurates a Bridge in Newport, South Wales
39. September 12, 1907 – Lusitania, a British ship sails for 5 days across the Atlantic and reaches NYC
40. September 12, 1908 – for fair selection of Civil servants, Canada appoints a Civil Service Commission
41. September 12, 1909 – copyrights granted to German chemist Friz Hofmann for his invention of artificial rubber
42. September 12, 1910 – 1028 singers participated in the 8th musical conference of Gustav Mahler
43. September 12, 1910 – Alice Stebbins was the first woman police appointed in the US
44. September 12, 1911 – in a match between Boston’s Cy Young and Christy Mathewson of Giants, Giants win scoring 9-0
45. September 12, 1911 – constitution by Dutch, a committee for Olympic Games

46. September 12, 1914 – Roger Peckinpaugh, 23, a Yankee player, was appointed manager and he was the youngest to manager
47. September 12, 1918 – WW I- US army commences war on German-controlled St Michiel
48. September 12, 1919 – a radical group was established by the writer Gabriele D’Annunzio
49. September 12, 1919 – Adolf Hitler enrolls himself as a member of the German Workers Party because of its German patriotism
50. September 12, 1920 – valedictory of the 7th Olympic play at Antwerp Belgium
51. September 12, 1922 – 5000 m run best achieved by Paavo Nurmi (14.35.4)
52. September 12, 1923 – The British assumed control of Southern Rhodesia from British South Africa Co
53. September 12, 1925 – USA vanquish France in Philadelphia (5-0) in 20th Davis Cup
54. September 12, 1927 – debut performance of the musical, “My Maryland” by Sigmund Romberg, in NYC
55. September 12, 1928 – 6000 died in a cyclonic storm in Florida
56. September 12, 1928 – introduction stage performance of Katharine Hepburn in “Night Hostess”
57. September 12, 1932 – the collapse of the Government of Papen in Germany and the dissolution of the parliament

58. September 12, 1933 – Installation of Alejandro Lerroux as prime minister of Spain
59. September 12, 1933 – embargo on dresses approved by parliament in Dutch
60. September 12, 1933 – Leo Szilard, perceives a clue on nuclear reaction while waiting for the red signal on Southampton Row in Bloomsbury
61. September 12, 1934 – a good understanding agreement amongst Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania against the USSR
62. September 12, 1934 – Fred Perry defeats Wilmer Allison (6-4,6-3,1-6,8-6) at the 54th US Men’s National Championship
63. September 12, 1934 – Very wealthy Howard Hughes his chartered aircraft at 342.46 mph
64. September 12, 1935 – Wilmer Allison vanquishes Sidney Wood (6-2.6-2.6-3) at the 55th US Men’s National Championship
65. September 12, 1936 – Fred Perry triumphs Don Budge (2-6,6-2,8-6,1-6,10-8) at the 56th US Men’s National Championship
66. September 12, 1936 – Alice Marble triumphs over Helen Jacobs (4-6,6-3,6-2) at the 50th US Women’s National Championship
67. September 12, 1938 – Adolf Hitler stresses autonomy for Sudeten Germans in Czech
68. September 12, 1940 – detonation in Hercules Powder Co, leaves 40 dead and 200 wounded
69. September 12, 1940 – Italian army seize Egypt
70. September 12, 1940 – discovery of 17000-year-old paintings, Lascaux Cave Paintings by 4 teenage children when they followed their dog down a cave near Lascaux France
71. September 12, 1941 – US seizures the first German warship in WWII

72. September 12, 1942 – Poland and Belgium appeal to the Pope to denounce nazi-war wrongdoing
73. September 12, 1943 – Benito Mussolini set free at Gran Sasso by the armed wing of Nazi
74. September 12, 1944 – cyclone hits NC and claims the life of 389
75. September 12, 1944 – US Army seizes Germany for the 1st time
76. September 12, 1946 – A military court found Henry de Man guilty and sentenced him to 20 years in Brussels
77. September 12, 1947 – Ralph Kiner of Pirate scores his 8th HR in four plays
78. September 12, 1948 – The Indian Army occupies the State of Hyderabad one day after Jinnah’s demise
79. September 12, 1949 – Theodor Heuss assumes as President of the German Federal Republic, and Konrad Adenauer was installed as the 1st Prime Minister
80. September 12, 1950- termination of all civil staff, having allegiance to communism in Belgian
81. September 12, 1952 – debut performance of “Quadrille” by Noel Coward in London
82. September 12, 1953 – valedictory of “Carnival in Flanders” after 6 presentations at New Century Theatre, NYC
83. September 12, Brooklyn Dodgers defeats Milwaukee Braves, 105-49, claiming the NL banner
84. September 12, 1954 – LPGA St Louis Golf Open achieved by Betsy Rawls
85. September 12, 1954- the airing of TV transmission channel 2 in Bangor by WLBZ commences
86. September 12, 1955 – the inauguration of TV transmission channel 11 in San Jose by KNTV
87. September 12, 1956 – entry to Clay Ky primary school striped to black pupils
88. September 12, 1957 – Cyprus Archbishop Makarios arrives in the US
89. September 12, 1958 – atomic test by US at Nevada Test Location
90. September 12, 1958 – Jack Kilby proves his first construction of an integrated circuit to his higher-ups
91. September 12, 1959 – debut presentation of “Bonanza” on Television

92. September 12, 1959 – Installation of Janos Kadar as prime minister of Hungary
93. September 12, 1960 – the inauguration of “Vintage 60” at Brooks Atkinson Theatre, NYC, and gives 8 presentations
94. September 12, 1960 – John F Kennedy asserts that the Roman Catholic Church is not on talking terms with him nor they
95. September 12, 1961 – NASA non-combatant pilot flies X15 to a height of 34,740 m
96. September 12, 1961 – Atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya USSR
97. September 12, 1963 – the airing of TV television channel 12 in Washington by WHYY
98. September 12, 1964 – Jets vanquish Denver, 30-6, at the first football game played at the Shea playground
99. September 12, 1964 – best long jump score at 27’41/2” achieved by Ralph Boston, US
100. September 12, 1965 – 75 persons perished when cyclone Betsy hit Florida and Louisiana
101. September 12, 1965 – LPGA Eugene Golf Open was achieved by Mary Mills
102. September 12, 1965 – the inauguration of TV transmission channel 23 in Rockford, IL by WCEE
103. September 12, Dick Van Dyke Show and Dick Van Dyke awarded the 17th Emmy Awards
104. September 12, 1965 – Manuel Santana triumphs Cliff Drysdale (6-2,7-9.7-5,6-1) at the 85th US Men’s National Championship
105. September 12, 1965 – Margaret Court defeats Billie Jean Moffitt at the 79th US Women’s National Championship
106. September 12, 1966 – debut presentation of “Monkees” on NBC Television
107. September 12, 1966 – take off Gemini XI for a 71-hour duration travel
108. September 12, 1966 – the inauguration of Television Channel 9 in North Platte by KPNE TV
109. September 12, 1966 – commencement of teaching in a community college in Ann Arbor Mich
110. September 12, 1966 – Fred Stolle defeats John Newcombe (4-6,12-19,6-3,6-4) at the 86th US Men’s National Championship
111. September 12, 1966 – Maria Bueno triumphs over Nancy Richey (6-3,6-1) at the 80th US Women’s National Championship
112. September 12, 1968 – Albania drops out of the Warsaw Pact
113. September 12, 1970 – The Soviet sends its Luna 16 to the moon in orbit
114. September 12, 1970 – 43rd Miss America 1971 title awarded to Phyllis Ann George 21, of Texas
115. September 12, 1970 – aircraft traveling more than the speed of sound, Concorde arrives at Heathrow Aerodrome for the first time
116. September 12, 1970 – hijackers destroy three Palestinian aircraft but keep the travelers in captivity in different hidden places in Amman

117. September 12, 1971 – Stalin vanquishes Jan Lodes (3-6.6-3,6-2.7-6) at the 91st Men’s US Open
118. September 12, 1971 – Billie Jean King vanquishes Rosemary Casals (6-4,7-6) at the 91dt Women’s US Open
119. September 12, 1972 – Lord Michel Killanin becomes the Chief of Olympics replacing Avery Brundage
120. September 12, 1973 – a sum of 19909.60 won by two speculators in the US Daily Double
121. September 12, 1973 – Atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya, USSR
122. September 12, 1974 – King Haile Selassie of Ethiopia was dethroned in a military takeover on its National Day
123. September 12, 1976 – LPGA Dallas Civitan Golf Open achieved by Jane Blalock
124. September 12, 1976 – Jimmy Connors vanquishes Bjorn Borg (6-4,3-6.7-6.6-4) at the 96th Men’s US Open
125. September 12, 1976 – Chris Evert vanquishes Evonne Goolagong Cawley (6-3,6-0) at the 96th Women’s US Open
126. September 12, 1976 – anti-segregation campaigner Steve Biko dies in police station after he was subjected to police cruelty
127. September 12, 1977 – Fidel Castro arrives in Addis Abba
128. September 12, 1978 – debut show of Situation Comedy, “Taxi” on ABC Television
129. September 12, 1979 – Carl Yastrzemski achieves his 3999 and he was the 15th to achieve this
130. September 12, 1979 – cyclone Frederick devastates Mobile Alabama killing 5 and damaging $23 million in property
131. September 12, 1979 – earthquake of magnitude 8.1 strikes Indonesia
132. September 12, 1980 – General Kenan Evren organizes a military takeover in Turkey
133. September 12, 1981 – Elizabeth Ward, 29, (Arkansas), named 54th Miss America 1982
134. September 12, 1981 – Tracy Austin vanquishes Martina Navratilova at the 101st Women’s US Open (1-6,7-6,7-6)
135. September 12, 1982 – Marathon run was achieved by Gerard Nijboer (2:15:16) and Rosa Mota (2:36:94)
136. September 12, 1982 – LPGA Maary May Golf Classic achieved by Sandra Spudich
137. September 12, 1982 – Jimmy Connors vanquishes Ivan Lendl at the 102nd Men’s US Open (6-3,6-2,4-6,6-4)
138. September 12, 1983 – Albert Rizzo walks in water for 108 hr and 9 mts
139. September 12, 1983 –West Hartford firm lost $7 million in a burglary committed by its security staff Victor Gerena
140. September 12, 1983 – A UN resolution condemns destroying a Korean aircraft and is supported by USSR
141. September 12, 1984 – in a car accident Barbara Mandrell, singer, was wounded critically
142. September 12, 1984 – Cyndi Lauper presents her son, “She-Bop” on Tonight Show
143. September 12, 1984 – Republic established in Ethiopia
144. September 12, 1984 – a beginner’s best score of 251 achieved by NY Met Dwight
145. September 12, 1986 – NY Stock Exchange trades 240,49 million shares
146. September 12, 1986 – Ray Miller, Manager was displaced by Tom Kelly, a trainer
147. September 12, 1986 – Professor Joseph Cicippio held in captivity in Beirut
148. September 12, 1986 – debut presentation of Limited US, a film made on the theory of “Night, Mother” by Marsha Norman
149. September 12, 1987 – Ethiopia approves its constitution
150. September 12, 1987 – Vince Coleman scores his 100th base for three successive years
151. September 12, 1987 – Martina Navratilova vanquishes Steffi Graf (7-6,6-1) at the 107th Women’s US Open
152. September 12, 1988 – cyclone Gilbert strikes Jamaica at 160 mph and destroys Jamaica
153. September 12, 1990 – inauguration of “Les Misérables” at Cirkus Theatre in Stockholm
154. September 12, 1990 – West and East Germany amalgamated by a combined agreement amongst the US, UK, France, USSR
155. September 12, 1991 – lift-off of Space Craft STS 48
156. September 12, 1992 – Hawaii devastated by Cyclone Inuki
157. September 12, 1992 – Spacecraft STS 42 takes off
158. September 12, 1992 – in the longest US Open tennis competition, Stefan Edberg defeated Michel Chang. The match was played for 5 hrs and 26 min.
159. September 12, 1992 – Endeavour STS 47 carries on board the 1st African American female, Mae Jemison
160. September 12, 1992 – Monica Seles vanquishes Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (6-3. 6-3) at the 112th Women’s UD Open
161. September 12, 1993 – LPGA Ping-Cellular One Golf Championship achieved by Donna Andrews
162. September 12, 1993 – 3000m run women best achieved by Wang Junxia at the Chinese National Games
163. September 12, 1993 – aged 37, Paul Molitor scored for the first time in his career 100 RBI
164. September 12, 1993 – take off of spacecraft STS 51 into space
165. September 12, 1993 – Pete Sampras vanquishes Cedric Pioline at the 113th Men’s US Open
166. September 12, 1994 – In an aircraft accident Frank Eugene Corder was killed when his aircraft Cessna plunged into the south grassland of the White House
167. September 12, 1994 – A multiple bypass procedure was performed on singer George Jones
168. September 12, 1994 – Parti Quebecois becomes a parliamentarian by winning the plebiscite
169. September 12, 1995 – Michael Hutchence, an INXS fan was proven guilty of hitting the photographer
170. September 12, 1995 – Two American pilots were killed when a Belarus defense force destroyed a hydrogen balloon
171. September 12, 1997 – John Olerud of NY Met scores for a cycle
172. September 12, 1997 – Iraq achieves a target of $2.14 billion transaction under the oil-for-food agreement as approved by the UN
173. September 12, 1999 – Indonesia permits global peace-keepers to enter East Timor
174. September 12, 1999 – The Practice, Ally McBeal, Dennis Franz, and Edie Falco were awarded the 51st Emmy Award
175. September 12, 1999 – Andre Agassi vanquishes Todd Martin (6-4.6-7,6-7,6-2) at the 119th Men’s US Open
176. September 12, 1999 – Serena Williams defeats Martina Hinges (6-3,7-6) at the 119th Women’s US Open

21st Century – September 12 This Day In History – The 2000s

177. September 12, 2000 – Netherlands legalizes same-sex relationships, adoption, and annulment
178. September 12, 2001 – September 11 attack against the USA attracted for the first time and once only, the Article V of the NATO contract
179. September 12, 2001 – nearly 10000 workers lost their jobs when Ansett Australia Airlines closed
180. September 12, 2003 – eight Iraq constabulary were killed in Fallujah by a blunder by the US army
181. September 12, 2003 – Libya admits accountability and pay remuneration to sufferers of the 1988 shelling of Pan Am Flight 103. UN lifts sanctions against that country
182. September 12, 2004 – Roger Federer defeats Lleyton Hewitt (6-0,7-6,6-0) at the 124th Men’s US Open
183. September 12, 2004 – Svetlana Kuznetsova vanquishes Elena Dementieva (6-3,7-5) at the 124th US Women’s US Open
184. September 12, 2005 – Jens Stoltenberg leads red- green league to victory in the Norwegian election to parliament, winning 87 out of 169 seats
185. September 12, 2005 – The Gaza Strip was completely evacuated by Israel of all its defense forces
186. September 12, 2005 – a hospital in New Orleans was submerged in floods and nearly 48 dead patients were discovered later
187. September 12, 2005 – the inauguration of Hong Kong Disneyland in Penny’s Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong
188. September 12, 2005- NHL legend Mark Messier opts to retire from NHL over ESPN broadcasting
189. September 12, 2007 – Shinzo Abe steps down as Prime Minister of Japan
190. September 12, 2007 – Ex-President of the Philippines Joseph Estrada was punished for loot
191. September 12, 2009 – strike in the USA against government expenditure by 9-2 Project
192. September 12, 2010 – Lady Gaza and Eminem achieve the 27th MTV Video Music Awards
193. September 12, 2011 – Novak Djokovic triumphs Rafael Nadal (6-2,6-4,6-7,6-1) at the 131st US Men’s Open
194. September 12, 2011 – Samantha Stosur vanquishes Serena Williams (6-2,6-3) at the 131st Women’s UD Open
195. September 12, 2012 – insurgents kill 18 army staff in Syria using a car detonator
196. September 12, 2012 – An inferno in a factory in Karachi, Pakistan leaves 314 dead
197. September 12, 2012 – iPhone and Ios6 released to the public by Apple
198. September 12, 2012 – diggers announce that they have discovered the remains of King Richard III of the UK under a garage in Leicester
199. September 12, 2015 – Jeremy Corbyn becomes the chief of UK Labour party
200. September 12, 2015 – Flavia Pennetta of Italy vanquishes Italian Roberta Vince (7-6,4-7,6-2) at the 135th Women’s US Open
201. September 12, 2015 – Egyptian army kills 12 travelers by mistaking them to be terrorists in the Western Desert

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