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Famous Events For September 23

Famous Events For September 23 – Today In History

What Happened on September 23 in World History?

Early Centuries – September 23 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. September 23, 0951- Otto I crowned as emperor of Italy
2. September 23, 1122 – Agreement between the papacy and King Henry V, Holy Roman Empire at a place known as Worms
3. September 23, 1408 – John, Duke of Burgundy, wins Liege in a war of Othee
4. September 23, 1459 – The battle of Blore Heath was fought in Staffordshire. It was one of the main wars of the English Wars of Roses
5. September 23, 1513 – the allies of King Henry III and Emperor Maximilian seize Doornik
6. September 23, 1561 – Spanish colonies in Florida were banned by King Philip II of Spain
7. September 23, 1642 – founding of Harvard College in Cambridge, Mass

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18th Century – What Happened on September 23 – The 1700s

8. September 23, 1739 – agreement for peace between Russia and Turkey as Peace of Belgrade
9. September 23, 1746 – appointment of Jacob Gilles as an advisor in Dutch on matters related to retirement funds
10. September 23, 1780 – the conspiracy of Benedict Arnold to be disloyal to West Point was exposed by British Army Chief John Andre
11. September 23, 1795 – The Lower House of Legislature consisting of 500 members was established in Paris

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19th Century – September 23 This Day That Year – The 1800s

12. September 23, 1803 – the combined armies of British and Indian defeat the Maratha forces at the War of Assaye
13. September 23, 1806 – the arrival of Lewis and Clark in St Louis from the Pacific Northwest
14. September 23, 1818 – marking the boundaries for the neutral Moresnet officially started
15. September 23, 1821 – 30000 Turks were killed by the Greek army during the Greek battle for Independence
16. September 23, 1830 – Brussels seized by Dutch army
17. September 23, 1835 – Ship HMS Beagle navigates to Charles Island in a group of islands in Galapagos
18. September 23, 1845 – The New Yorkers Knickerbockers was the first baseball team played under a set of rules (like the one now followed)
19. September 23, 1845 – Solidarity strike refusing food in Hague
20. September 23, 1846 – Johann Gottfried with the assistance of Heinrich d’Arrest discovered Neptune

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21. September 23, 1857 – due to a hurricane in the Gulf of Finland, the Russian war vessel Leffort was lost killing 826
22. September 23, 1862 – Northern Newspapers circulate the policy of Liberation announced by Lincoln
23. September 23, 1863 – Chattanooga seizure commences by the Allied combined army
24. September 23, 1868 – freedom for Puerto Rico was announced by Grito de Lares
25. September 23, 1868 – Tom Morris Jr. scores a 154 at Prestwick Golf Club at the 9th British Golf Open
26. September 23, 1873 – in a heavy-weight competition, Tom Allen vanquishes Mike McCale for the title

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27. September 23, 1876 – the first play by Ottawa Rough Riders
28. September 23, 1877 – cyclone hits Curacao and Bonaire killing 200
29. September 23, 1879 – steam propelled tram was first run on a trial basis in Sydney, Australia
30. September 23, 1879 – Audiophone, an instrument to help hearing was invented by Richard Rhodes
31. September 23, 1880 – Jules Ferry installed his administration in France

32. September 23, 1884 – copyright granted to American Herman Hollerith for his formulating instrument and this marks the commencement of data processing
33. September 23, 1889 – a cards game Hanafunda was commercially exploited by Nintendo Koppai established by Fusajiro Yamauchi
34. September 23, 1890 – Ed Cartwright scores 7 RBIs in a session
35. September 23, 1892 – Harold Hilton achieves a 305 at Muirfield at the 32nd British Golf Open
36. September 23, 1895 – an association of workers in France, under the name CGT was established

37. September 23, 1897 – Cheyenne Frontier Days is a rodeo for cowboys and its first festivity was organized

20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 23 – The 1900s

38. September 23, 1904 – The British Expedition to Tibet, also known as Young Husbands under Col. Francis arrives in Lhasa, Tibet
39. September 23, 1907- Canada standardize the quality and quantity of silver and bronze mint
40. September 23, 1908 – inauguration of University of Alberta

41. September 23, 1908 – Fred Merkle of Giants fails to touch the 2nd base and Cubs were victorious in a replay
42. September 23, 1911 – Earl Ovington was the pilot of the first official airmail flight in the USA
43. September 23, 1912 – The Keystone Comedy studio of Mack Sennett circulated its first film “Cohen Collects a Debt”
44. September 23, 1913 – Roland Garros was the first person to cross the Mediterranean Sea
45. September 23, 1913 – Seizure of Albania by Serbian army
46. September 23, 1913 – Charlotte Maxeke leads a demonstration in Free State, South Africa, against the government’s intention to introduce passes for women; passes are destroyed in front of the civic office
47. September 23, 1920 – installation of Alexander Millerand as President of France

48. September 23, 1920 – despite Japan dissenting against China’s intention to de-recognize embassy staff of Tsarists in China, the recognition was withdrawn
49. September 23, 1922 – debut performance of “Drum in the Night” by Berthold Brecht, in Germany
50. September 23, 1922 – The Polish government enacts the Gdynia Seaport Construction Act to facilitate the construction of the port
51. September 23, 1923 – demonstration in Amsterdam protesting Fleet law
52. September 23, 1925 – debut performance of “Butter & Egg Man” by George Kaufman in New York City
53. September 23, 1925 – Roger Peckinpaugh, defensive shortstop, was adjudged as American League Most Valuable Player
54. September 23, 1926 – in a heavyweight boxing competition, Gene Tunney vanquishes Jack Dempsey in 10
55. September 23, 1927 – The silent drama film, “Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans” guided by F.W. Murnau, featuring George O’Brien and Janet Gaynor is circulated
56. September 23, 1932 – two empires Nejd and Hejaz amalgamated to form the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, by Abdulaziz
57. September 23, 1933 – despite the Yanks making several mistakes in one play, they defeat Boston, 16-12

58. September 23, 1936 – Carl Hubbell of Giants successively wins 24 games
59. September 23, 1937 – The defeat of Detroit by the Red Sox makes the Yankees get their banner despite losing 9-5
60. September 23, 1938 – British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain arrives in Munich
61. September 23, 1938 – a container (time capsule) containing a woman’s hat, a man’s pipe, and 1100 ft of microfilm is concealed underground at the World’s Fair in NYC. The container is to be opened in 6939
62. September 23, 1940 – an unsuccessful attempt by the Allies (French and British) to capture Dakar
63. September 23, 1940 – the first meeting between Dutch Nazi co-worker Mussert and Hitler
64. September 23, 1941 – General de Gaulle establishes his administration while being in refugee in London
65. September 23, 1941 – German air assault on Soviet marine headquarters at Kronstadt
66. September 23, 1941 – trials on killing using vapor/fume started at Auschwitz, a place of detention
67. September 23, 1942 – Soviets assault in return at Stalingrad
68. September 23, 1942 – French Jews were sent to nazi Germany
69. September 23, 1942 – commencement of the Manhattan Project to have a nuclear bomb under the instructions of US General
70. September 23, 1944 – executive orders warning the battle-like situation between the Philippines and the US and UK
71. September 23, 1948 – National League banner achieved by Braves
72. September 23, 1949 – The Indians lost their AL championship, and their owner, Bill Veeck, mourned by arranging a cremation of their banner
73. September 23, 1949 – US President Harry Truman asserts that the USSR has conducted its first Atomic test based on some proof
74. September 23, 1950 – Peace negotiation by Ralph Bunche, the first African American, in Israel led him to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace
75. September 23, 1950 – LPGA Sunset Hills Golf Open achieved by Patty Berg
76. September 23, 1950 – Joe Astroth of Philadelphia scores 6 Runs Batted in (RBI) and was the 4th to get this distinction
77. September 23, 1950 – in an inadvertent air attack by the US on the British on Hill 282 Korea, 17 were dead
78. September 23, 1952 – Television transmission of a sports incident on payment
79. September 23, 1952 – Richard Nixon delivers his fund speech as a republican candidate for Vice Presidentship
80. September 23, 1952 – In a heavyweight boxing competition, Rocky Marciano knocks out Jersey Joe Walcott in 13 for the boxing championship
81. September 23, 1953 – the airing of TV transmission channel 7 in Hannibal-Quincy, MO commences on CBS
82. September 23, 1955 – Iran, Iraq, and Pakistan sign the Baghdad Treaty
83. September 23, 1955 – Yanks achieve the banner by defeating Rod Sox, 3-2
84. September 23, 1957 – The musical by Buddy Holly and guitarist Crickets, “That’ll Be Day” becomes the top one
85. September 23, 1957 – NL banner achieved by Milwaukee Braves by vanquishing Cards, 4-2
86. September 23, 1957 – TV transmission channel 61 in Hartford, CT commences airing
87. September 23, 1957 – 9 black pupils who were admitted to Little Rock High School in Arkansas were required to leave by compulsion by Whites

88. September 23, 1958 – Atomic test by UK at Christmas Island
89. September 23, 1958 – debut performance of “Thieni” by Stravinsky in Venice
90. September 23, 1958 – Atomic test by US at Nevada Test place
91. September 23, 1959 – MS Princess of Tasmania, Australia’s commercial diesel ship commences its first journey across Bass Strait
92. September 23, 1961 -The film, “How to Marry a Millionaire” is presented as a TV Transmission series
93. September 23, 1961 – the culmination of the 717 successive games achieved by Ernie Banks
94. September 23, 1962 – Hanna-Barbera’s Jetsons was the first ABC color TV series
95. September 23, 1962 – LA Dodger Maury Wills achieves his 104 wins
96. September 23, 1962 – Debut performance of “Esche und Angora” by Martin Walser in Berlin
97. September 23, 1962 – LPGA Visalia Golf Open achieved by Mary Lena Faulk
98. September 23, 1962 – under the auspicious of Lincoln Centre of Performing Arts, the 1st NY’s Philharmonic Music Hall was inaugurated
99. September 23, 1963 – The Belgian Council of State has Georgette Ciselet as its first woman member
100. September 23, 1963 – TV transmission channel 12 in Orono, ME commences its programming airing
101. September 23, 1964 – debut performance of “Fiddler on the Roof” with Zero Mostel in NYC
102. September 23, 1967 – Georgios Papandreou, former prime minister of Greece was set free by Greek Colonels
103. September 23, 1968 – TV transmission channelm25 in Ashland, KY commences airing.
104. September 23, 1968 – TV transmission channel 53 in Bowling Green, KY starts function
105. September 23, 1968 – TV transmission channel 46 in Lexington starts function
106. September 23, 1968 – TV transmission channel 35 in Madisonville, KY commences
107. September 23, 1968 – TV transmission channel 38 in Morehead KY starts
108. September 23, 1968 – TV transmission channel in 52 commences in Owenton, KY commences
109. September 23, 1968 – TV transmission channel 29 in Somerset, KV commences
110. September 23, 1968 – TV transmission channel 23 in Elizabethtown, KY starts functioning
111. September 23, 1969 – Debut airing of “Marcus Welby MD” on ABC Television
112. September 23, 1969 – gossip news that Paul McCartney is no more is spread by Northern Star and Illinois Univ. newspapers
113. September 23, 1969 – the first release of “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” guided by George Roy Hill and featuring Paul Newman and Robert Redford
114. September 23, 1970 – installation of Abdul Razak bin Hussain as Prime Minister of Malaysia
115. September 23, 1970 – the first New York lengthy run competition was achieved by Gary Muhrcke
116. September 23, 1970 – stepping down of the police chief of Royal Ulster Police, Arthur Young published
117. September 23, 1971 – the work of art, “The Liefdesbrief” by John Vermeer is pilfered
118. September 23, 1971 – in an accidental mining detonation, two soldiers of the Irish army were killed
119. September 23, 1972 – military rule and a state of crisis pronounced in the Philippines by its President Ferdinand Marcos
120. September 23, 1973 – In the elections held in Argentine, former President Juan Peron regains authority
121. September 23, 1973 – LPGA Portland Ladies Golf Open achieved by Kathy Whitworth
122. September 23, 1973 – the discovery of a number that is divisible by itself and the largest one – 2^132,049-1
123. September 23, 1974 – after the inauguration of “Gipsy” at Winter Garden Theatre, NYC it gave 120 presentations
124. September 23, 1974 – the world’s first teletext service commenced when BBC transmitted Ceefax
125. September 23, 1976 – US relayed through TV the top-level political discussion between Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter
126. September 23, 1976 – representation on sports teams by sportsmen belonging to different races permitted by South Africa
127. September 23, 1976 – the safe landing of Spacecraft Soyuz 22 on earth
128. September 23, 1977 – Farrah Fawcett was replaced by Cheryl Ladd in the sitcom Charlie’s Angles
129. September 23, 1978 – nearly several thousand Egyptians gave a tumultuous reception to Anwar Sadat when he returned home from a high-level discussion for peace held at Camp David
130. September 23, 1979 – actress Jane Fonda and nearly 2 lakh people participate in an anti-nuclear procession in Battery Park, NYC
131. September 23, 1979 – LPGA ERA Real Estate Golf Classic achieved by Sandra Post
132. September 23, 1979 – the Constitution of Somali approved by the president
133. September 23, 1979 – star of St Louis Brock achieves 938th and last base of his profession
134. September 23, 1980 – the inauguration of a roller coaster, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
135. September 23, 1980 – final musical of Bob Marley at Stanley Theatre Pittsburgh Theatre
136. September 23, 1982 – debut performance of “Doll’s Life” at Mark Hellinger Theatre, NYC, and gives 5 presentations
137. September 23, 1982 – Amin Gemayel takes oath of office as president of Lebanon
138. September 23, 1982 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
139. September 23, 1983 – armed personnel and political murderers were pardoned by the Argentine defense administration
140. September 23, 1983 – in a heavyweight boxing competition, Gerrie Coetzee knockout Michael Dokes in 10 in Ohio for the boxing title
141. September 23, 1983 – Phillies Steve Carlton triumphs 300 games and he was the 16th to achieve this distinction
142. September 23, 1984 – Hill St Blue. Cheers, John Ritter and Tyne Daly were given the 36th Emmy Awards
143. September 23, 1984 – LPGA San Jose Golf Classic achieved by Amy Alcott
144. September 23, 1984 – Sparky Anderson triumphs in 100 plays in both the leagues
145. September 23, 1986 – “Rose” selected as the National flower in the US by the senate
146. September 23, 1987 – the creation of two states by Nigerian President Ibrahim Babangida viz., Akwa Ibom and Katsina
147. September 23, 1988 – The constitution of Fiji in a new form is projected
148. September 23, 1988 – female Olympic lengthy run accomplished by Rose Mota (2:25:39)
149. September 23, 1988 – The crime movie “Patty Hearst” guided by Pail Schrader debuts
150. September 23, 1990 – MBS LPGA Golf Classic achieved by Nancy Lopez
151. September 23, 1990 – A TV series of 11-hour duration started on the Public Broadcasting System on the American Civil War
152. September 23, 1990 – Saddam Hussain announces that he can extinguish Israel
153. September 23, 1992 – BC Lions sold to Bill Comrie by CFL
154. September 23, 1992 – The acquiring of Alexander’s departmental stores by Bradlees made public
155. September 23, 1992 – A dust storm in South France leaves 30 dead
156. September 23, 1992 – Manon Rheaume is the first lady player to play in the display match for Tampa Bay Lighting of NHL as goalie
157. September 23, 1993 – “Les Misérables” shown at Playhouse, Edinburgh
158. September 23, 1993 – a breakthrough made by Paul Chu and his group about superconduction at -123 C
159. September 23, 1994 – a firm guided by Frank Darabont entitled “The Shawshank Redemption”, featuring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman shown for the first time
160. September 23, 1996 – debut show of radio shows by Howard Stern in Wilkes-Barre PA, and in West Palm Beach FL
161. September 23, 1977 – highest achievement of Seattle Mariners for scoring utmost 258 HRs in a year
162. September 23, 1997 – Elton John made public his musical, “Something About the Way You Look Tonight” in the US
163. September 23, 1998 – Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, and George Strait were awarded the 32nd Country Music Association Awards
164. September 23, 1999 – the fact that the Mars Climate Orbiter cannot be contacted was confirmed by NASA
165. September 23, 1999 – An air accident on the runway in Bangkok involving Qantas aircraft is the worst accident to date as far as Qantas is concerned. A few passengers had small wounds

21st Century – September 23 This Day In History – The 2000s

166. September 23, 2002 – Network browser, Mozilla Firefox (Phoenix 0.1) made public
167. September 23, 2003 – violation play, ‘NCIS’ featuring Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherley, Pauley Perrette, and David McCallum debuts in the US on CBS
168. September 23, 2004 – Cyclonic storm, Jeanne strikes Haiti causing floods and leaving thousands of people dead
169. September 23, 2005 – the most wanted fugitive Filiberto Ojeda was murdered by the FBI in Plan Bonito Hormigueros, Puerto Rico
170. September 23, 2009 – First performance of “Modern Family” featuring Ed” Neill and Sofia Vergara on ABC
171. September 23, 2012 – Iran bans the search engine Google
172. September 23, 2012 – permission to enter the US was not granted to embassy attaches and politicians from Iran before the UN general assembly conference in New York
173. September 23, 2012 – four types of hereditarily different types of breast malignancy were discovered by scientists
174. September 23, 2012 – “Homeland”, “Modern Family”, Damian Lewis and Claire Danes achieve the 64th Emmy Awards
175. September 23, 2013 – Tempest Usagi strikes Hong Kong and China killing 25 people

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