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Famous Events For September 15

Famous Events For September 15 – Today In History

September 15: Today in History – Historical Events

Early Centuries – September 15 Historic Events – Before the 1700s

1. September 15, 0608 – St Boniface IV becomes Catholic Pope
2. September 15, 0668 – Roman Emperor, Constans II was murdered in his bath at Syracuse, Italy
3. September 15, 0921 – Saint Ludmila is killed at the orders of her daughter-in-law at Tetin.
4. September 15, 1514 – Appointment of Thomas Wolsey as Archbishop of York
5. September 15, 1556 – Charles V, former king of Vlissingen comes back to Spain
6. September 15, 1584 – completion of the construction of San Lorenzo del Escorial Palace in Madrid

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7. September 15, 1590 – election of Giambattista Catagna as Pope Urban VII
8. September 15, 1600 – Tokugawa shogunate raises to power in Japan
9. September 15, 1616 – inauguration of the first public school in Europe in Frascati, Italy
10. September 15, 1619 – seizure of Pozsony, Hungary by the defense forces of Prince BethlenGabors
11. September 15, 1620 – 102 travelers, mostly Puritans, travel from Plymouth, England on board of Mayflower
12. September 15, 1621 – seizure of Riga by the Swedish army
13. September 15, 1644 – The reign of Innocent X commences
14. September 15, 1656 – agreement for peace between England and France signed
15. September 15, 1683 – 13 colonists discover Germantown, Pennsylvania

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18th Century – What Happened on September 15 – The 1700s

16. September 15, 1707 –an agreement between Prince of Transylvania, Ferenc Rakoczi II, and Emperor Peter the Great on social security
17. September 15, 1733 – King Frederik Willem I divide Prussia into recruiting divisions known as Cantons
18. September 15, 1762 – War of Signal Hill was the last battle of the North Americans in the Seven Year’s War
19. September 15, 1774 – detention of Cossack Emilian Pugachev in Russia
20. September 15, 1776 – seizure of Kip’s Bay, Manhattan, by British during an Uprising
21. September 15, 1787 – loyalists from Utrecht escape to Amsterdam
22. September 15, 1789 – US Department of Foreign Affairs was given a new name as Department of State

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23. September 15, 1795 – British seize Cape Colony
24. September 15, 1612 – French Army under the command of Napoleon arrives in Kremlin, Moscow

19th Century – September 15 This Day That Year – The 1800s

25. September 15, 1820 – rebellion in Lisbon, Portugal for the establishment of a Republic
26. September 15, 1821 – by a Law of Freedom of Central America, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua were given freedom from Spanish Rule
27. September 15, 1830 – first Negro Assembly at the National level begins in Philadelphia
28. September 15, 1830 – William Huskisson, England, was the 1st traveler to be killed by a railway train

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29. September 15, 1830 – inauguration of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway by Duke of Wellington
30. September 15, 1831 – John Bull, a steam locomotive, travels between Camden and Amboy in New Jersey
31. September 15, 1835 – Charles Darwin, Naturalist, onboard ss HMS Beagle arrives in the Galapagos Islands
32. September 15, 1846 – power seized by Jung Bahadur Rana in Nepal
33. September 15, 1851 – Establishment of Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
34. September 15, 1853 – Antoinette Blackwell was the first female minister in the US
35. September 15, 1857 – copyright for inventing the typewriter given to Timothy Alder of NY
36. September 15, 1862 – Harpers Ferry Armoury was seized by the Confederate army
37. September 15, 1870 – Death penalty eliminated by Dutch authorities

38. September 15, 1870 – Tom Morris, Jr scores a 149 at Prestwick Golf Club at the 11th British Golf Open
39. September 15, 1873 – German army evacuated from France
40. September 15, 1879 – founding of “Haarlem Football Club” by PimMulier
41. September 15, 1882 – British army under the guidance of General Wolseley seizes Cairo
42. September 15, 1887 – Philadelphia commemorates the centenary of the US Constitution
43. September 15, 1894 – China vanquished by Japan at the war of Ping Yang
44. September 15, 1898 – Afro-American assembly at the National level established in Rochester NY
45. September 15, 1899 – Willie Smith achieves a 315 at Baltimore Country Club, MD

20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 15 – 1900

46. September 15, 1900 – a deputation of Boer makes a plea at The Hague, Netherlands, to superpowers to end the battle in South Africa
47. September 15, 1903 –Queen Wilhelmina criticises railway striking workers as criminals
48. September 15, 1910 – Boers and Afrikaners triumph in the 1st general voting in the South African Union
49. September 15, 1912 – commencement of battle between Turkey and Montenegro in Albania
50. September 15, 1913 –1st milk-yielding goat show in the US in Rochester, NY
51. September 15, 1914 – Germans and French engage in war during WW I at Aisne
52. September 15, 1914 – US Navy pull out of Vera Cruz, Mexico
53. September 15, 1916 – mechanically powered armored vehicle used for the first time in the war, “Little Willies”, at the Battle of the Somme

54. September 15, 1917 – Russia becomes a republic as declared by Alexander Kerensky
55. September 15, 1918 – CH Chubb handed Stonehenge to the British Empire
56. September 15, 1921 – Pope Benedictus XV issues a mass communication circular letter on Alcohol Paraclitus
57. September 15, 1921 – commencement of radio broadcasting in Boston by WBZ-AM
58. September 15, 1922 – Catcher Butch Henline scores 3 HRs in a play and was the first to achieve this distinction
59. September 15, 1923 – Bill Tilden achieves the US Lawn Tennis Open
60. September 15, 1923 – Governor Walton declares a state of emergency in Oklahoma for Ku Klux Klan terror
61. September 15, 1923 – Bill Tilden defeats Bill Johnston (6-4,6-1,6-4) at the 43rd US Men’s National Championship
62. September 15, 1926 – unsuccessful attempt on the life of Benito Mussolini
63. September 15, 1928 – destroying by burning of 400 kg Fournier-albums in Geneva
64. September 15, 1928 – Scottish bacteriologist, Alexander Fleming, during his research on flu-detected penicillin

65. September 15, 1928 – debut performance of the musical “Good Boy” by Stothard, Kalmar and Ruby in NYC
66. September 15, 1928 – 300 wickets were achieved by bowler Tich Freeman in an English cricket session
67. September 15, 1930 – US Team triumphs over England in the 1t bridge match at the international level
68. September 15, 1931 – British navy soldiers stage a rebellion against a cut in their salary at Invergordon
69. September 15, 1931 – Philadelphia A’s defeat Cleveland and achieve their banner
70. September 15, 1935 – German Jews were banned from citizenship and the swastika was declared the official emblem of Nazi Germany according to the Laws enunciated by Nuremberg Laws
71. September 15, 1937 – streetcar facilities provided to SF Zoo by WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Area)
72. September 15, 1938 – discussion meeting between British Prime Minister Chamberlain and Hitler at Berchtesgaden
73. September 15, 1938 – a world’s best car speed of 350.2 MPH created by John Cobb
74. September 15, 1940 – 1st play by 3rd American Football League (Milw 14, Columbus 2)
75. September 15, 1940 – Ted Lyons Day (White Sox pitcher) supported by Chicago Tribune
76. September 15, 1940 – Prime Minister Winston Churchill inspects 11 Fighter Division of RAF
77. September 15, 1940 – With the loss of 56 aircraft by the Luftwaffe, compared to 28 by RAF, the British get an advantage in the War of Britain
78. September 15, 1941 – 800 Jewish women killed by Nazis at Shkudvil Lithuania
79. September 15, 1942 – US airplane was destroyed at Guadalcanal
80. September 15, 1943 – establishment of a rival fascist government by Benito Mussolini in Italy
81. September 15, 1943 – compulsory military recruitment at Vaivara in Estonia commences
82. September 15, 1943 – compulsory military recruitment at Kauwen in Lithuania commences
83. September 15, 1944 – Sofia in Bulgaria liberated by Soviet forces
84. September 15, 1944 – seizure of Hill 555 at Roscheid by 28th division of the US army
85. September 15, 1944 – Palau and Morotai seized by the US army
86. September 15, 1945 – a severe cyclonic storm strikes Florida and the Bahamas destroying 366 aircraft and 25 small airships

87. September 15, 1946 – Dodgers defeat Club 2-0 in 5 inns but play called off because of mosquitos
88. September 15, 1947 – test flight of Columbus, Oh a four-engine jet engine fighter aircraft
89. September 15, 1947 – Yanks achieve banner No.15
90. September 15, 1947 – Cyclone Kathleen strikes Tone River, Saitama, and Tokyo killing 1930 and wounding 1750
91. September 15, 1948 – debut performance of “Small Wonder” at Coronet Theater NYC and gives 134 presentations
92. September 15, 1948 – a very speed of 1080 kph achieved by F-86 Sabre
93. September 15, 1948 – The name of WHN-AM renamed as WMGM in New York City
94. September 15, 1949 – the airing of WJAC TV Transmission channel 6 in Johnstown PA commences
95. September 15, 1949 – the airing of channel 4 by WJXT commences in Jacksonville, FL
96. September 15, 1950 – UN forces arrive in Inchon in South Korea during the Korean war
97. September 15, 1950 – German unification was advocated by East German Prime Minister Grotewohl
98. September 15, 1950 – NY Yankee Johnny scores 3 HRs in one play for the 6th spell
99. September 15, 1950 – US army occupies Wolmi-Do island off Seoul
100. September 15, 1951 – valedictory of “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” at Ziegfeld after 740 presentations
101. September 15, 1951 – 20k run world best achieved by Emile Zatopek (1:01:15.8)
102. September 15, 1951 – a mass communication circular was issued by Pope Pius XII
103. September 15, 1952 – Establishment of the European Parliament in Strasbourg
104. September 15, 1952 – United Nations hands over Eritrea to Ethiopia
105. September 15, 1953 – the airing of TV transmission channel 4 by KVOA in Tucson, AZ commences
106. September 15, 1955 – Channel 13 in Hampton-Norfolk VA starts airing TV transmission
107. September 15, 1957 – debut performance of “Bachelor Father” starring John Forsythe
108. September 15, 1957 – CDU party of Konrad Adenauer triumphs on parliamentary ballot
109. September 15, 1957 – Ultimate play by SF Seals
110. September 15, 1958 – in a train accident through drawbridge, 48 lost their lives
111. September 15, 1959 – the arrival of Soviet Prime Minister Khrushchev in the US for a visit for 13 days

112. September 15, 1960 – Maurice Richard, after achieving 544 goals retires as NHL Player
113. September 15, 1961 – Jack Nicklaus achieves the 61st US Golf Amateur Championship
114. September 15, 1962 – valedictory of “Bravo, Giovanni” at Broadhurst Theatre, NYC after 76 presentations
115. September 15, 1962 – Australia participates in an American yacht race for the first time
116. September 15, 1962 – Atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya USSR
117. September 15, 1963 – Church damaged in shell detonation in Birmingham. Killing 4 African-American lass
118. September 15, 1963 – Election of Ben Bella as the 1st president of Algeria
119. September 15, 1963 – LPGA Eugene Ladies’ Golf Open was achieved by Marilynn
120. September 15, 1963 – the airing of TV transmission channel 29 in Greenville, SC commenced
121. September 15, 1964 – “Daily Herald” a Socialist newsprint issues its concluding print
122. September 15, 1965 – Debut performance of “Lost in Space”
123. September 15, 1966 – launch of the first British underwater fully nuclear-equipped ship HNS Resolution
124. September 15, 1966 –A new political group, D’66 established in Dutch
125. September 15, 1966 – return of spacecraft Gemini XI to earth
126. September 15, 1966 – a gunman attacks the University of Texas at Austin and this prompts U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson to recommend to US Congress to formulate rules to avoid gun culture in the US
127. September 15, 1967 – TV Transmission channel 15 in Poplar Bluff, MO commences airing
128. September 15, 1968 –CBS TV inaugurates the show “Barbra Streisand: A Happening in Central Park”
129. September 15, 1968 – LPGA Shirley Englehorn Golf Invitational achieved by Carol Mann
130. September 15, 1968 – launch of an unmanned spacecraft, Zond 5 to circle the moon and return to Earth safely
131. September 15, 1968 – NY Zendo (Shoboji), a Rinzin Zin practicing center was inaugurated by S Nakagawa and D S Harada
132. September 15, 1968 – a test flight of spacecraft for a possible manned flight
133. September 15, 1970 – PLO chief Arafat frightens to convert Jordan into a graveyard
134. September 15, 1970 – Marine workers conclude their strike at Rotterdam
135. September 15, 1970 – The police force in Northern Ireland elected to remain unarmed
136. September 15, 1971 – inauguration of the airing of “Columbo” on NBC TV
137. September 15, 1972 – an earthquake of 4.5 strength strikes Northern Illinois
138. September 15, 1972 – a commercial aircraft flying between Gothenburg to Stockholm was captured and diverted to Malmo-Bulltofta aerodrome
139. September 15, 1973 – value of Dutch currency brought down by 5%
140. September 15, 1973 –OPEC approves the increase in price and authorizes six Gulf countries to discuss the increase in price while other companies are free to talk separately
141. September 15, 1974 – the inauguration of Market Square Arena in Indianapolis
142. September 15, LPGA Charity Golf Classic achieved by Sandra Haynie
143. September 15, 1974 – and Air Vietnam aircraft was captured but accident on touch down killing 75 on board
144. September 15, 1975 – Notre Dame vanquishes Boston College, 17-3 in Foxborough at the 1st College Football Holy War
145. September 15, 1976 – debut presentation of “The Colored Girls Who…” by Ntozake Shange at NYC
146. September 15, 1976 – two space travelers sent into Earth’s orbit by Soyuz 22 for 8 days
147. September 15, 1977 – the inauguration of “Man of La Mancha” at Palace Theatre for 124 presentations
148. September 15, 1977 – US President Jimmy Carter discussed with chiefs of 15 companies
149. September 15, 1977 – Atomic Test by US at Nevada Test spot
150. September 15, 1977 – TV serial LA drama “Chips” premiers on NBC in the US
151. September 15, 1978 – The admirers of Dodgers witness the 1st main league and the number exceeds 3 million
152. September 15, 1978 – In a heavyweight championship match, Muhammad Ali defeats Leon Spinks in 15 rounds
153. September 15, 1978 –Yanks defeat Boston 4-0
154. September 15, 1979 – Red Sox Bob Watson scores his 1st no-hit for a cycle in AL and NL
155. September 15, 1979 – USSR conducts its Atomic test at Eastern Kazakh, USSR
156. September 15, 1979 – People’s Choice Award was bestowed for “Best Boy” guided by Ira Wohl at the 4th Toronto International Film Festival
157. September 15, 1980 – publication of “Temporary Secretary” by Paul McCartney
158. September 15, 1981 – The selection of Sandra Day O’Connor, as Judge of the US Supreme Court as recommended by the Judiciary Selection Committee was approved by the Senate
159. September 15, 1981 – publication of a mass circulation communication on “Laboremexercens” against communalism and entrepreneurship by Pope John Paul II
160. September 15, 1981 – United Nations admits Vanuatu as its member
161. September 15, 1982- publication of the 1st issue of “USA Today” by Gannett and Co Inc
162. September 15, 1982 – Israeli defences seize west Beirut
163. September 15, 1982 – meeting between Pope John Paul II and PLO Chief Yasser Arafat
164. September 15, 1983 – Michael Stewart writes on the walls of the NYC subway resulting in the police thrashing him to death
165. September 15, 1983 – Menachem Begin, PM of Israel demits his office
166. September 15, 1983 – Frances Schreuder kills Franklin Bradshaw and gets convicted for the cruel offense
167. September 15, 1984 – inauguration of Morocco Showcase
168. September 15, 1984 – the crowning of Sharlene Wells (Utah),20 as Miss America at the 58th Miss America 1985 event
169. September 15, 1984 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh, USSR
170. September 15, 1984 – People’s Choice Award was given to “Places in the Heart” at the 9th Toronto International Film Festival
171. September 15, 1985 – In the golf competition, the US was vanquished by Europe, 16 ½ – 11 ½ at Belfry at the 26th Ryder Cup
172. September 15, 1985 – LPGA SAFECO Golf Classic achieved by Joanne Carner
173. September 15, 1985 – Olof Palme heads a sectional administration in Sweden
174. September 15, 1985 – to continue Robert Bork in his position, the Senate judge’s council starts consultations
175. September 15, 1985 – Yanks exchange Jim Deshaies for 40-year Joe Niekro in Astros
176. September 15, 1986 – airing on Television of “L.A.Law” on NBC
177. September 15, 1986 – one feared killed in Paris due to a shell attack
178. September 15, 1987 – Italy despatches its navy to the Persian Gulf
179. September 15, 1987 – Pope John Paul II makes a papal visit to Los Angeles to lecture the US chiefs of amusement sector
180. September 15, 1988 – presentation of “Les Misérables” at Raimund Theatre, Vienna
September 15, 1988 – Lillehammer, Norway chosen for the 1944 Winter Olympics
181. September 15, 1988 – inauguration of a gallery of “Moving Image” in London
182. September 15, 1988 –Ian Healy plays his 1st cricket match in Karachi against Pakistan
183. September 15, 1989- The detention of Terry Anderson in Beirut for a long time is known to the US
184. September 15, 1990 – Bobby Thigpen of the Chicago White Sox is the 1st player to achieve the best 50 saves
185. September 15, 1990 – stake money increases to $100000000 in the Florida lotto
186. September 15, 1990 – the willingness of France to despatch 4000 defense to the Persian Gulf is made known
187. September 15, 1990 – People’s Choice Award goes to “Cyrano de Bergerac” guided by Jana-Paul Rappeneau at the 15th Toronto International Film Festival
188. September 15, 1991 – concluding presentation of “Party Machine with Nia Peeples”
189. September 15, 1991 – Nancy Scranton achieves the 19th de Maurier Golf Classic
190. September 15, 1991 – U.S. women achieve the 1st World Championship Medal for gymnastics
191. September 15, 1993 – parliament dissolved by Liechtenstein prince Hans-Adam II
192. September 15, 1994 – debut performance of “Sound of Motown” in Rotterdam
193. September 15, 1994 – swearing-in ceremony of Dennis Richardson as chief of St Maarten
194. September 15, 1995 – first presentation of “Se7en” guided by David Fincher and featuring Freeman. Brad Pitt and Kevin Spacey in New York
195. September 15, 1996 – US triumphs Intl group 16 ½ – 15 ½ at Robert Jones V at the 2nd Presidents Golf Cup
196. September 15, 1996 – Bangladesh wins the ACC Trophy Final by defeating UAE by 104 runs
197. September 15, 1996 – LPGA SAFECO Golf Classic achieved by Karrie Webb
198. September 15, 1996 – No. 34 Nolan Ryan was retired by the Texas Rangers
199. September 15, 1997 – naming privileges of Anaheim Arena were purchased by Edison Intl for $50 M
200. September 15, 1997 – Oprah Winfrey made known her desire to perform her shows in 2000 also
201. September 15, 1998 – The new merged version of MCU WorldCom does business a day after WorldCom and MCI Communications amalgamated
202. September 15, 1998 – Google.com listed as an area name

21st Century – September 15 This Day In History – The 2000s

203. September 15, 2000 – inauguration of the 27th Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia
204. September 15, 2001 – People’s Choice Award was presented to “Amelie” guided by Jean-Pierre Jeunet at the 26th Toronto International Film Festival
205. September 15, 2004 – The NHL main office and its player’s union were kept closed by NHL Chief Gary Bettmann
206. September 15, 2007 – People’s Choice Award given to “Eastern Promises” guided by David Cronenberg at the 32nd Toronto International Film Festival
207. September 15, 2011 – well-paid jobs at St Thomas Assembly Unit were lost due to lock out after decades of work
208. September 15, 2012 – Japan publicizes its intention to cut down atomic energy by 2030
209. September 15, 2013 – violence in Baghdad and Shia in Iraq leaves 21 dead
210. September 15, 2013 – in Afghanistan a coal excavation caves in killing 27 persons
211. September 15, 2013 – Japan stops the working of atomic device
212. September 15, 2013 – installation of Edi Rama as Prime Minister of Albania
213. September 15, 2013 – People’s Choice Award given to “12 Years a Slave” guided by Steve McQueen at the 38th Toronto International Film Festival
214. September 15, 2014 – Ewa Kopacz sworn in as Prime Minister of Poland
215. September 15, 2014 – to help fight the Ebola virus, President Obama declared that the US will 3000 army
216. September 15, 2015 – thousands of immigrants were not permitted as Hungary closed its territory with Serbia by constructing a thin wire fence

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