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Famous Events For September 13 – Today In History

September 13: Today in History – Historical Events

Early Centuries – September 13 Historic Events – Before the 1700s

1. 509 BC – dedication of the Jupiter temple on Capitoline Hill
2. September 13, 0122 – construction of a building on Hadrian Wall, Northern England started
3. September 13, 0335 – Church of Holy Sepulchre sanctified in Jerusalem
4. September 13, 0533 – The army of the Byzantine kingdom under the guidance of General Belisarius vanquish Gelimer and the Vandals at the war of Ad Decimium, North Africa

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5. September 13, 0604 – Pope Gregory the Great was succeeded by Sabinian as Pope
6. September 13, 1125 – installation of Duke Lotharius of Sipplinburg as king of Germany as Lotharius III
7. September 13, 1440 – Bishop of Nantes alleges against Gilles de Rais; based on his charges, Gilles de Rais was arrested
8. September 13, 1503 – Sculptor and Painter, Michelangelo commences his work for a sculpture of David
9. September 13, 1504 – the king and queen of Spain, Ferdinand, and Isabella issued a Majestic proclamation for building a Stately Sanctuary
10. September 13, 1515 – France defeats Habsburgers and Pope Leo X
11. September 13, 1549 – Pope Paul III approves the assembly of Bologna

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12. September 13, 1553 – detention of English patriarch Hugh Latimer
13. September 13, 1556 – Charles V and Maria of Hungary declare war against Spain
14. September 13, 1574 – Turkish army regains Tunis
15. September 13, 1579 – formation of a Union of Utrecht under the leadership of Breda
16. September 13, 1625 – arrest of 16 teachers are detained in Jerusalem
17. September 13, 1631 – more than 30 ships of war belonging to Spain were seized by Admiral Tholen
18. September 13, 1663 – slave plot in migrant America

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18th Century – What Happened on September 13 – The 1700s

19. September 13, 1743 – peace agreement amongst Britain, Austria, and Savoye-Sardinia known as Treaty of Worms
20. September 13, 1751 – Britain, Austria and Russia agree on grouping
21. September 13, 1759 – British vanquish French army at Plains of Abrahams
22. September 13, 1775 – debut performance of “Die Juden” by Gotthold Lessing in Frankfurt-am-Main
23. September 13, 1775 – Netherlands seized by Prussian defense forces
24. September 13, 1788 – NY City declared as 1st Capital of the US
25. September 13, 1789 – NYC banks lend money to the US government
26. September 13, 1791 – the constitution of France approved by King Louis XVI

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19th Century – September 13 This Day That Year – The 1800s

27. September 13, 1800 – British rule in Curacao
28. September 13, 1808 – General George Carl Dobelin becomes a Swedish war idol when he defeats the Russians at the battle of Finnish
29. September 13, 1847 – Mexico City surrenders to US Army chief Winfield Scott at the battle of American-Mexican.
30. September 13, 1849 – Tom McCoy died while participating in a boxing match and that was the first incident
31. September 13, 1858 – 471 on board a US Vessel lost their life when fire destroyed the ship, and drowned
32. September 13, 1861 – In a Civil War, Union warship, “Colorado” drowns a private vessel “Judah” near Pensacola, Fla

33. September 13, 1866 – Willie Park, Sr achieves a 169 at Prestwick Golf Club at the 7th British Golf Open
34. September 13, 1867 – The Supreme Court was requested by an order of the Chief ERS Canby to a panel of black judges
35. September 13, 1869 – a possible effort to manipulate US bullion by Jay Gould and James Fisk
36. September 13, 1872 – Tom Morris, Jr achieves a 166 at Prestwick Golf Club at the 12th British Golf Open
37. September 13, 1881 – Copyrights granted to Lewis Howard Latimer, an African Scientist, who invented an electric light using a carbon fiber
38. September 13, 1882 – British army seizes Egypt in the war at Count el-Kebir
39. September 13, 1890 – The Union Flag unfurled in Mashonaland and Salisbury by Cecil Rhodes, a pioneer
40. September 13, 1898 – 20000 building workers stop working as a protest in Paris
41. September 13, 1898 – copyrights granted to Hannibal Goodwin for his invention of hard photographic film
42. September 13, 1899 – Mackinder, Oliver, and Brocherel scale the Batian Peak(5199m) for the first time, the highest peak of Mount Kenya

20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 13 – 1900

43. September 13, 1900 – During the Philippine-American battle, Filipino soldiers vanquish a small group of American contingents at the war of Pulang Lupa
44. September 13, 1906 – first aircraft flying in Europe
45. September 13, 1907 – formation of a football team – Canadian Interstate Rugby Football – with the merger of Hamilton Tigers, Toronto Argonauts, Ottawa Rough Riders and Montreal Football also known as Big Four
46. September 13, 1909 – Ty Cobb achieves an American League HR championship with his 9th HR
47. September 13, 1910 – establishment of Regina Rugby Club
48. September 13, 1918 – 42 travellers lost their lives in a train mishap at Weesp Neth.
49. September 13, 1919 – debut performance in NYC of “Adam and Eve” by Guy Bolton and George Middleton

50. September 13, 1922 – a world’s highest temperature in shade at 136.4F (58C) at El Aziziya, Libya
51. September 13, 1923 – Army rebellion by de Rivera with the help of Spain’s king Alfonso XIII
52. September 13, 1924 – in the 19th Davis Cup held in Philadelphia, USA defeats Australia, 5-0
53. September 13, 1925 – inauguration of the Xavier University, 1st US university for blacks, in New Orleans
54. September 13, 1927 – Yanks get the banner, Ruth scores 2 HRs
55. September 13, 1927 – Waite Hoyt was victorious in 20 plays of the 1927 Yankees
56. September 13, 1928 – the airing of wireless broadcast in Reno NV by KOH-AM commenced
57. September 13, 1930 – 20000 m-Run world’s best achieved by Paavo Nurmi (1:04:38.4) also known as “Flying Finn”
58. September 13, 1930 – PGA golf contest was achieved by Tommy Armour
59. September 13, 1930 – in the first match played by Winnipeg Rugby Football Club, they lost to St John’s Rugby, 7-3

60. September 13, 1930 – John Doeg vanquishes Frank Shields (10-6,1-6,6-4,16-14) at the 50th US Men’s National Championship
61. September 13, 1931 – aircraft flight speed of 655 kph achieved by Capt. G.H. Stainworth
62. September 13, 1931 – army rebellion organized by Dr. Pfrimer was not successful in Austria
63. September 13, 1932 – NY Yankees win their 7th American League banner
64. September 13, 1933 – New Zealand elected Elizabeth McCombs as its first woman parliamentarian
65. September 13, 1934 – Ford purchases the rights of World Series broadcasting from Judge Landis for a consideration of $100,000
66. September 13, 1935 – Rockslide near Whirlpool Rapids Bridge is the culminating point of Great Gorge and International Railways
67. September 13, 1936 – Cleve Bob Feller achieves a score of 17 in a game Vs Philadelphia A’s.
68. September 13, 1936 – Joseph Rosen, a Brooklyn sweetie store proprietor was killed on instructions from Louis Buchalter, a mobster
69. September 13, 1938 – Alexander Cartwright achieved his Baseball Hall of Fame
70. September 13, 1940 – Shelling by German damaged smashed Buckingham Palace
71. September 13, 1940 – Marshal Graziani commanded the Italian army to attack Egypt
72. September 13, 1942 – assault by the German army on Stalingrad
73. September 13, 1943 – Germans oppose assault at Salerno
74. September 13, 1943 – aerial shelling by the Luftwaffe at Corfu demolishes The Civil Theatre
75. September 13, 1944 –The US 28th Army contingent sets Margraten to freedom

76. September 13, 1944 – The US 28th Army contingent attacks Siegfried line/West wall
77. September 13, 1946 – Boston Red Sox achieves the AL banner
78. September 13, 1947 – the airing of TV transmission WPVI channel 6 in Philadelphia commences
79. September 13, 1948 – Margaret Chase Smith was the first woman to function in both houses of Congress
80. September 13, 1949 – formation of the Ladies Professional Golf Association of America in New York
81. September 13, 1951 – St Louis Cards triumph over NY Giants (6-4) but lost to Boston Braves, 2-0 in the night play
82. September 13, 1952 – Installation of Adolfo Ruiz Cortinez as president of Mexico
83. September 13, 1953 – Philadelphia A’s Pitcher Bob Trice was the 1st black to play in the team
84. September 13, 1953 – Alberto Ascari scores 6.5 points in the 4th Formula One World Drivers’ Championship
85. September 13, 1954 – Reds Ted Kluszewski achieves a run in the highest 17 successive plays
86. September 13, 1954 – airing of WPBN TV Transmission channel 7 in Traverse City commences
87. September 13, 1955 – Copyrights awarded to Swiss originator George de Mestral for his invention Velcro
88. September 13, 1956 – debut presentation of “Canticum Sacrum” by Stravinsky in Venice
89. September 13, 1956 – IBM releases its 1st computer, RAMAC 3-5, weighing over a ton
90. September 13, 1958 – left-hand player, Braves Warren Spahn achieves 20 or more plays 9 times
91. September 13, 1958 – a commercial vessel was named “Rotterdam” by Queen Juliana
92. September 13, 1959 – The LPGA Memphis Golf Open was achieved by Marilynn
93. September 13, 1959 – USSR’s spacecraft Luna 2 was the first instrument to interact with an additional heavenly body
94. September 13, 1959 – Neale Fraser triumphs Alex Olmedo (6-3,5-7,6-2,6-4) at the 79th US Men’s National Championship
95. September 13, 1959 – Maria Bueno defeats Christine Truman Janes (6-1-,6-4) at the 73rd Women’s National Championship
96. September 13, 1960 – Dutch authorities criticise the football law
97. September 13, 1961 – debut show of “Car 54, Where are you?” on Television
98. September 13, 1961 – UN forces clash with Katanga army in Congo
99. September 13, 1961 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh, USSR
100. September 13, 1961 – Atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya, USSR
101. September 13, 1961 – spacecraft Atlas 4 put into Earth orbit

102. September 13, 1963 – ABC TV broadcasts “Outer Limit” for the first time
103. September 13, 1963 – The Yanks achieve their 28th banner when Jim Bouton won his 20th victory
104. September 13, 1963 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada Test Centre
105. September 13, 1964 – the 2nd Vatican assembly meets for the 3rd time
106. September 13, 1964 – LPGA Eugene Ladies’ Golf Open achieved by Mary Mills
107. September 13, 1964 – the inauguration of the TV WKEF channel 22 in Dayton, OH
108. September 13, 1964 – Roy Emerson defeats Fred Stolle (6-4, 6-2,6-4) at the 84th US Men’s National Championship
109. September 13, 1964 – Maria Bueno triumphs over Carole Caldwell Graebner at the 78th US Women’s National Championship (6-1,6-0)
110. September 13, 1965 – 1st Grammy for Best Group of 1964 was awarded to Beatles
111. September 13, 1965 – 1st fully color transmission in Today’s Show
112. September 13, 1965 – Willie May scores his 500th HR and thus Giants 11th victory
113. September 13, 1966 – Installation of Johannes Balthazar Vorster as Prime Minister of South Africa
114. September 13, 1968 – Albania walks out of the Warsaw Pact
115. September 13, 1969 – Baltimore Orioles achieve their AL title for the Eastern division
116. September 13, 1969 – 1st live musical concert by Plastic Ono Band
117. September 13, 1970 – Gary Muhrcke wins the 1st Marathon of NYC in 2:31:38
118. September 13, 1970 – IBM releases System 370 computer
119. September 13, 1970 – The LPGA Wendell-West Golf Open was achieved by Joanne Carner
120. September 13, 1970 – Irbid Jordania seized by Palestine military trained in guerrilla warfare
121. September 13, 1970 – Ken Rosewall defeats Tony Roche (2-6,6-4,7-6,6-3) at the 90th Men’s US Open
122. September 13, 1970 – Margaret Court defeats Rosemary Casals (6-2,2-6,6-1) at the 90th Women’s US Open
123. September 13, 1971 – while changing guards at Attica State Prison, 11 security personnel and 31 inmates of the prison lost their lives
124. September 13, 1971 – Frank Robinson achieves his 500th HR
125. September 13, 1971 – Soviet Prime Minister, Nikita Khrushchev cremated in Moscow
126. September 13, 1971 – formation of World Hockey team
127. September 13, 1971 – untimely detonation of a bomb in a house caused the death of two North Ireland supporters in Bann Street, Belfast
128. September 13, 1972 – debut telecast of “Waltons” on CBS
129. September 13, 1973 – Television broadcasting rights of the 1976 Olympics granted to ABC
130. September 13, 1973 – The embargo on football was revoked by Congress and sent to Nixon for approval
131. September 13, 1973 – Syrians and Israelis clash over the Mediterranean Sea
132. September 13, 1974 – French envoy at Hague taken hostage by 3 Japanese
133. September 13, 1974 – debut television transmission of “The Rockford Files” on NBC TV
134. September 13, 1974 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh, USSR
135. September 13, 1974 – The Secretary General of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Companies was asked to survey the demand and supply for a likely control of production
136. September 13, 1975 – Cyclone Eloise strikes the Caribbean and US killing 71 persons
137. September 13, 1976 – 2nd Space Shuttle Enterprise’s test flight (5m28s)
138. September 13, 1977 – release of the 1st US diesel car, Oldsmobile 88, by General Motors
139. September 13, 1978 – aircraft F-18A Hornet’s debut performance
140. September 13, 1978 – NY Yanks regain the 1st position
141. September 13, 1979 – Atomic test by China at Lop Nor, PRC
142. September 13, 1979 – Independence granted to Venda by South Africa
143. September 13, 1980 – to find funds for black students, an independent philanthropic organization called United Negro College Fund is established
144. September 13, 1980 – Nicolas Roeg’s guided film, “Bad Timing” earns the People’s Choice Award at the 5th Toronto International Film Festival
145. September 13, 1981 – Taxi, Hill St Blue, Judd Hirsh, and Isabel Stanford achieve the 33rd Emmy Awards
146. September 13, 1981 – Atlanta Falcons Vs Green Bay ended with an equal finish of 31 points in the 4th quarter
147. September 13, 1981- LPGA United Virginia Bank Golf Classic won by Jan Stephenson
148. September 13, 1981 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh, USSR
149. September 13, 1981- John McEnroe defeats Bjorn Borg (4-6,6-2,6-3,) at the 101st Men’s US Open
150. September 13, 1981 – in an air accident involving Spantax Aircraft DC 10 while take-off from Malaga, Spain 50 died
151. September 13, 1982 – Joe Lefevre scores 6 hits in one baseball play
152. September 13, 1983 – In a match Lances Vs Leics, Steve O’Shaughnessy records 100 in 35 min.
153. September 13, 1983 – stamping of the 1st gold coin in the US with Olympic Eagle in 50 years
154. September 13, 1984 – spacecraft STS 41 G fixed to launching pad
155. September 13, 1984 – with the support from Likud (National Liberation Party), Shimon Peres forms the Israeli administration
156. September 13, 1985 – Bruce Springsteen was awarded the 2nd MTV Video Music Award
157. September 13, 1985 – a unique new topic for Today Show was introduced by John Williams
158. September 13, 1985 – Super Mario Bros video games’ first manifestation was fashioned by Shigeru Miyamoto at Nintendo
159. September 13, 1986 – at the event of 60th Miss America 1987, Kellye Cash (Tenn), 21 was crowned Miss America
160. September 13, 1986 – the film, “The Decline of the American Empire” guided by Denys Arcand triumphs in the People’s Choice Award
161. September 13, 1987 – Radioactive isotope, Cesium 137 was pilfered from an uninhibited hospital in Rio de Janeiro
162. September 13, 1987 – LPGA Cellular One-Ping Golf Championship was achieved by Nancy Lopez
163. September 13, 1987- 32573 push-ups in 24 hours achieved by Paul Lynch of Great Britain
164. September 13, 1988 – four participants score for the 10th time, major baseball grand slams
165. September 13, 1988 – Gilbert is declared the most robust cyclone (26.13 barometers) in the Western world
166. September 13, 1989 – “Les Miserables” shown at Fisher Theatre, Detroit
167. September 13, 1989 – Archbishop Desmond organizes a prime anti-racial segregation protest in South Africa
168. September 13, 1989 – appointment of Fay Vincent as 8th Chief of Baseball
169. September 13, 1990 – assault on a passenger train in Johannesburg, South Africa leaves 36 died
170. September 13, 1990 – a parliamentary committee starts deliberations on the confirmation of David Souter
171. September 13, 1991 – A column weighing about 55-ton collapses in Olympic Stadium in Montreal
172. September 13, 1991 –During the World Gymnastics Championships, the Gold Medal was awarded to Kim Zmeskal, 1st American Woman scoring 39.848 pts
173. September 13, 1992 – NY Giants struggling behind Dallas Cowboys 34-0, lose 34-28
174. September 13, 1992 – The LPGA Ping-Cellular Golf Championship was achieved by Nancy Lopez
175. September 13, 1992 – Stefan Edberg defeats Pete Sampras (3-6,6-4,5-6.6-2) at the 112th Men’s US Open
176. September 13, 1993 – agreement of peace established between Shimon Peres, Foreign Minister of Israel, and PLP authority Mahmoud Abbas – the Oslo I peace agreement
177. September 13, 1993 – women’s 3000 m world best score (8:06.11) was achieved by Wang Junxia, and a day earlier she had set the best score at the Chinese National Games
178. September 13, 1993 – A peace agreement between Israel and Palestine – Oslo agreement – made public
179. September 13, 1994 – liquid removed from the brain of George Burns by surgical procedure
180. September 13, 1994 – space shuttle, Ulysses goes near the south pole of the sun
181. September 13, 1995 – at the OPEC meeting in Vienna, Kuwaiti asks for an increase in allocation from 2 million barrels per day to 200 million barrels per day
182. September 13, 1997 – in a display match, Carolina Hurricane defeated NY Islanders, 4-1.
183. September 13, 1997 – at the 71st Miss America 1998, Katherine Shindle, 24 (Ill) crowned Miss America
184. September 13, 1997 – “Candle in the Wind 1997” by Elton John, in praise of Princess Diana, Princes of Wales in the UK, published
185. September 13, 1997 – Cremation of Mother Teresa with State Honours in India
186. September 13, 1997 – People’s Choice Award was given to “The Hanging Garden” guided by Thom Fitzgerald at the 22nd Toronto International Film Festival
187. September 13, 1998 – The Practice, Frasier, Andre Braugher, and Christine Lathi won the 50th Emmy Awards
188. September 13, 1998 – Patrick Rafter vanquishes Mark Philippoussis (6-3,3-6,6-2,6-0) at the 118th Men’s US Open
189. September 13, 1998 – Lindsay Davenport vanquishes Martina Hingis (6-3,7-5) at the 118th Women’s US Open
190. September 13, 1999 – 119 persons perished in a bomb burst in Moscow, Russia

21st Century – September 13 This Day In History – The 2000s

191. September 13, 2001 – commercial air traffic commenced in the US after the 11/9 assault
192. September 13, 2003 – People’s Choice Award given to “Zatoichi” guided by Takeshi Kitano at the 28th Toronto International Film Festival
193. September 13, 2006 – Kimveer Gills murders one student and injures 19 at Dawson College in Montreal and kills himself
194. September 13, 2008 – Cyclone Ike strikes the Texas Gulf Coast of the US and Galveston Island, Houston, and adjoining areas and causes immense damage
195. September 13, 2008- “Slumdog Millionaire” guided by Danny Boyle was awarded the People’s Choice Award at the 33rd Toronto International Film Festival
196. September 13, 2009 -26th MTV Video Music Awards distributed to Beyonce, Taylor Swift and TI, Rihanna
197. September 13, 2010 – Rafael Nadal triumphs over Novak Djokovic (6-4,5-7,6-4,6-2) at the 130th Men’s US Open
198. September 13, 2010 – Kim Clijsters defeats Vera Zvonareva (6-2,6-1) at the 130th Women’s US Open
199. September 13, 2012 – a cargo crane collapses from a height of 100 meters in Wuhan, China causing the death of 19 people
200. September 13, 2012 – 33000 people moved to safer places when the Volcano of Fire in Guatemala flared up
201. September 13, 2012 – installation of Dr. Mustafa Abushagur as Prime Minister of Libya
202. September 13, 2013 – The shelling of a mosque in Baghdad, Iraq leaves 30 dead
203. September 13, 2013 – flood ravage in Galati County, Romania kills 9
204. September 13, 2014 – MV Maharlika II, a ferry boat, drowned off the Philippines beach killing 8 people
205. September 13, 2015 – Inferno destroys Lake and Napa provinces necessitating the proclamation of a State of Emergency by Governor of California, Jerry Brown
206. September 13, 2015 – Germany restricts entry of immigrants into its territories
207. September 13, 2015 – Lydia Ko, 18 yrs, 142 days, of New Zealand, wins the Evian Championship, a golf major. And becomes the youngest to get this distinction
208. September 13, 2015 – Novak Djokovic defeats Roger Federer (6-4,5-7,6-4,6-4) at the 135th Men’s US Open

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