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Famous Events For September 26

Famous Events For September 26 – Today In History

What Happened on September 26 in World History?

Early Centuries – September 26 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. 46 BC – Julius Caesar had taken an oath to bestow a temple at the war of Pharsalus in memory of his legendary forefather Venus Genetrix. He now dedicated the temple
2. September 26, 0715 – Theudoald was vanquished by Regenfrid at the war of Compiegne
3. September 26, 1212 – Golden Bull is an order issued by the King Emperor of Rome confirming the imperial title to the Premyslid rulers of Bohemia
4. September 26, 1371 – Serbia and Turkey fought the war of Maritsa
5. September 26, 1396 – many campaigners were murdered by Sultan Bajezid I

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6. September 26,1580 – Frances Drake abroad the ship, Golden Hind, completes the journey round the globe and reaches Plymouth
7. September 26, 1629 – agreement of peace at Altmark between Sweden and Poland
8. September 26, 1655 – Dutch Ft Casimir seized by Peter Stuyvesant from Sweden in Delaware
9. September 26, 1680 – rebellion protesting cess on cereal in Gorinchem
10. September 26, 1687 – The war against England by William of Orange was approved by casting votes in the assembly in Amsterdam and this is known as the Glorious Revolution
11. September 26, 1733 – an agreement between France, Spain, and Sardinia for acting against Germany
12. September 26, 1771 – debut performance of “Le Fils Naturel” by Denis Diderot in Paris
13. September 26, 1772 – doctors in medicine are required to obtain a work permit to set up their profession as decreed by New Jersey
14. September 26, 1783 – creation of Fayette County of Pennsylvania
15. September 26, 1786 – an agreement between Britain and France for trade and commerce
16. September 26, 1789 – appointment of Samuel Osgood of Mass as the 4th US chief of Postal Service

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17. September 26, 1789 – appointment of Thomas Jefferson as 1st US Secretary of State and John Jay as 1st Chief Judge
18. September 26, 1789 – appointment of Edmund J. Randolph as US Chief advocate
19. September 26, 1792 – Marc-David Lasource, a statesman, blames Maximilien Robespierre’s lacking of autocracy in France

19th Century – September 26 This Day That Year – The 1800s

20. September 26, 1810 – Jean Baptiste Bernadotte was chosen to succeed to become the king of Sweden as per the revised Law of Succession approved by the National Supreme Legislature
21. September 26, 1815 – Agreement between Russia, Prussia, and Austria to form a Grand Coalition
22. September 26, 1815 – Charles Maurice de Talleyrand Périgord steps down as Prime Minister of France
23. September 26, 1824 – Queen Kapiolani disobeyed the God of Hawaiian volcano, Pele
24. September 26, 1831 – debut performance of “Gladiator” by Robert Montgomery Bird in NYC
25. September 26, 1835 – debut performance of “Lucia di Lammermoor” by Gaetano Donizetti in Naples

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26. September 26, 1861 – Tom Morris Sr scores a 163 at Prestwick Club at the 8th British Golf Open
27. September 26, 1872 – the first temple founded in New York is Mecca Centre – a center of music and drama now known as Shriners Temple
28. September 26, 1874 – World’s Shooting Championship organized
29. September 26, 1876 – free fall from aircraft using a parachute in Belgium
30. September 26, 1884 – attack by Suriname soldiers on British-Indian short-period workers leaves 7 dead
31. September 26, 1887 – copyright is given to Emile Berliner for his invention of the disc spinner player
32. September 26, 1890 – manufacture of gold coins of denomination $1, $3 and 3 cents stopped forthwith
33. September 26, 1892 – the musical band by John Philip Sousa performs for the first time in NJ
34. September 26, 1895 – arrival of Italian army chief Oreste Baratieri in Massawa, Eritrea
35. September 26, 1898 – a musical by Victor Herbert/Harry Smith debuts in NYC

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 26 – The 1900s

36. September 26, 1901 – unsuccessful attempt by Boer General Botha to seize Fort Itala in Natal
37. September 26, 1901 – Ashanti Kingdom added to Great Britain and the Governor of Gold Coast becomes the administrator
38. September 26, 1904 – debut performance of “Music Master” by Charales Kleins in NYC
39. September 26, 1904 – appointment of Earl Grey as British chief administrator of Canada
40. September 26, 1904 – debut performance of “How He Lied to Her Husband” by GB Shaw in NYC
41. September 26, 1907 – New Zealand and Newfoundland are within the territories of the British Kingdom
42. September 26, 1914 – The Federal Trade Commission was established in the USA to prevent unfair competition in trade between states

43. September 26, 1914 – detention of mayor of Brussels, A Max by Germany
44. September 26, 1916 – Catholics in business leagues were accused by Bishop
45. September 26, 1917 – British offensive on Menis-street in France
46. September 26, 1918 – more than one million Americans were involved in the Meuse-Argonne Assault in the WW I
47. September 26, 1921 – Yankees defeat Indians 8-7 with Ruth scoring 57 and 58 HRs
48. September 26, 1923 – Stresemann, Chancellor of Germany, stops fighting against the inhabitants of Ruhrgebied
49. September 26, 1923 – British permits its provinces to make agreements with other nations at the Commonwealth assembly in London
50. September 26, 1925 – Walter Hagen triumphs at Olympia Fields, Illinois, at the 8th PGA Championship
51. September 26, 1925 – and underwater ship of Italy, “Sebastiano” was lost killing 54
52. September 26, 1925 – debut performance of “And So to Bed” by JB Fagan in London
53. September 26, 1927 – inauguration of St James Theatre at 246, W 44th St. NYC
54. September 26, 1929 – appointment of John Schrober as chancellor of Austria

55. September 26, 1933 – “Men in White” by Sidney Kingsley debuts in NYC
56. September 26, 1934 – British vessel Queen Mary introduced
57. September 26, 1938 – a final mandate was ordered by Hitler asking the Czech government to surrender Sudenten Land
58. September 26, 1939 – a KLM airplane was brought down by German aircraft killing 1
59. September 26, 1940 – a factory in Woolston manufacturing aircraft was browned up killing 30
60. September 26, 1940 – Japanese army assaults French Indo-China
61. September 26, 1940 – The German aerial warfare branch demolishes the Spitfire Plant, an aircraft manufacturing unit, at Southampton for the 2nd time
62. September 26, 1944 – Oosterbeek vacated by British and Polish air force
63. September 26, 1944 – seize of Estonia by the Russian army
64. September 26, 1945 – The Dutch government announced that all old currency is not legally acceptable
65. September 26, 1946 – the inauguration of the first publication of Tintin which continued its publication till 1993
66. September 26, 1947 – The Commissioner of Base Ball, Happy Chandler requests Ford and Gillette to patronize the World Series
67. September 26, 1948 – Boston Braves achieve their 1st NL tournament
68. September 26, 1950 – Wildfire in forests of British Columbia causes so many dust particles that the moon appeared blue from London

69. September 26, 1950 – Jim Konstanty of Phils plays 71 times in a season of 12 months
70. September 26, 1950 – The UN army seizes Seoul, the capital of South Korea during the Korean War
71. September 26, 1951 – Prof. Youngblood explains the workings of the manmade heart
72. September 26, 1952 – Yanks defeat A’s 5-2
73. September 26, 1953 – St. Louis Brown’s final team member to achieve HR was Billy Hunter
74. September 26, 1953 – TV transmission channel 23 in Bakersfield, CA commences airing programmes
75. September 26, 1953 – Cardinal Wyszynski detained by Polish administration
76. September 26, 1953 – agreement between US and Spain on military pact whereby the US establishes 4 bases in Spain
77. September 26, 1953 – a commuter boat belonging to Japan, Toya Maru drowned in the Strait of Tsugaru leaving 1172 dead
78. September 26, 1954 – TV Transmission channel 12 in Joplin, MO starts functioning
79. September 26, 1954 – TV Transmission channel 2 in Salt Lake City, UT debuts
80. September 26, 1954 – LPGA Ardmore Golf Open achieved by Patty Berg
81. September 26, 1954 – cyclone in Japan sinks 5 commuter boats killing 1600
82. September 26, 1954 – TV transmission channel 15 in Fort Wayne IN starts functioning
83. September 26, 1954 – TV transmission channel 3 in Burlington VT starts airing the programme
84. September 26, 1954 – A’s vanquish Yanks, 8-6, in the final play in Philadelphia
85. September 26, 1955 – prices of stocks and shares decline to a very low since 1929

86. September 26, 1957 – the musical “West Side Story” by Bernstein and Sondheim debuts at the Winter Garden Theatre in NYC
87. September 26, 1957 – Dag Hammarskjold was re-nominated as Secretary General of the United Nations
88. September 26, 1957 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazak, USSR
89. September 26, 1958 – 18th America’s Cup achieved by Columbia (US) by defeating Sceptre (Britain)
90. September 26, 1958 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
91. September 26, 1959- Milwaukee Braves Warren Spahn was a pitcher and a left-hand player who played his entire career for NL
92. September 26, 1959 – SF Giants Sam Jones scores 2 no-hit, defeats St Louis Cards, 4-0
93. September 26, 1959 – cyclone Vera strikes the island of Honshu of Japan and in its devastating effect, 4580 lost their life, and 658 missing
94. September 26, 1960 – in the first of four TV discussions, Nixon and Kennedy participate
95. September 26, 1960 – Fidel Castro, Cuban chief, addresses the UN for 4 hrs and 29 Mts
96. September 26, 1961 – debut performance of “From the Second City” at Royale Theatre NYC and gives 97 presentations
97. September 26, 1961 – Roger Maris scores his 60th HR against Jack Fisher thus surpassing Babe Ruth’s career
98. September 26, 1962 – LA Dodger Maury Wills scores his 1st steal of 100 bases on his way to achieving 104
99. September 26, 1962 – inauguration of the entertainment TV serial “Beverly Hillbillies” on CBS
100. September 26, 1963 – New York City Review of Books is a semo-monthly magazine and its first publication released
101. September 26, 1963 – Lee Harvey Oswald commutes to Mexico by road by bus of Trailways Co.
102. September 26, 1964 – a TV program, “Gilligan’s Island” featuring Bob Denver as Gilligan, commenced on CBS
103. September 26, 1965 – Sandra Haynie achieves the 11th LPGA Championship
104. September 26, 1965 – Minnesota beats Washington, 3-1 to clinch its first AL banner
105. September 26, 1965 – the Beatles were honored by British Elizabeth as Order of the British Empire
106. September 26, 1966 – the first ship designed to break the ice channel, “Staten Island” reaches SF bay
107. September 26, 1967 – the 2nd musical violin concert by Dmitri Shostakovich debuts in Moscow
108. September 26, 1968 – CBS TV airs the 1st program of “Hawaii Five-O”
109. September 26, 1968 – Portugal chooses Marcelo Caetano as its Prime Minister
110. September 26, 1968 – termination of restrictions on theatre in Britain
111. September 26, 1968 – The cinema “Oliver” guided by Carol Reed and featuring Mark Lester and Ron Moody commences in London and 1969 it was declared Best Picture in 1969
112. September 26, 1969 – a musical band of “Abbey Road” was inaugurated by the Beatles
113. September 26, 1969 – General Ovando Candia organizes a military rebellion in Bolivia
114. September 26, 1969 – Atomic test below the earth by USSR
115. September 26, 1970 – LPGA Lincoln-Mercury Golf Open was achieved by Judy Rankin
116. September 26, 1970 – The Laguna Fire in the mountain ranges in San Diego County, California devastates 175425 acres of forest
117. September 26, 1971 – LPGA Lincoln-Mercury Golf Open achieved by Pam Higgins
118. September 26, 1971 – TV Transmission channel 57 in Springfield, MA starts airing the programs
119. September 26, 1971 – Parliamentarian David Bleakley stepped down in protest bringing in legislation for detention and the poor performance of the Northern Ireland administration
120. September 26, 1972 – the history of immigrants to America is exhibited in the American Museum and it was inaugurated
121. September 26, 1972 – Norway refused to enter the European Common Market
122. September 26, 1973 – a contract between Wilt Chamberlain, NBA Legend, and ABA San Diego Conquistadors agreed
123. September 26, 1973 – Concorde a supersonic jet travels nonstop, crossing the Atlantic from Washington to Paris in 3 hr and 33 m
124. September 26, 1974 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
125. September 26, 1975 – Atomic test by China at Lop Nor, PRC
126. September 26, 1976 – LPGA Carlton Golf achieved y Donna Caponi Young
127. September 26, 1976 – 1st NL championship achieved by Phillies
128. September 26, 1977 – Cleveland Browns defeat Patriots, 32-27, using overtime
129. September 26, 1977 – Air service at low fares introduced between London to New York by Sir Freddie Laker – Skytrain
130. September 26, 1978 – Railway Clerks stopping work disrupts more than 70% of rail service
131. September 26, 1979 – ABC acquires the reportage of the 1984 LA Olympic for $225 million
132. September 26, 1979 – Atomic Test by US at Nevada

133. September 26, 1980 – detonation of an explosive device in Munich leaves 12 dead
134. September 26, 1980 – Cuban administration seals Mariel Harbor ending immigration
135. September 26, 1980 – safe arrival of spacecraft Soyuz to earth
136. September 26, 1981 – Atomic test by USSR below the earth
137. September 26, 1982 – valedictory of “Doll’s Life” at Mark Hellinger Theatre, NYC after giving 5 presentations
138. September 26, 1982 – LPGA SAFECO Golf Classic achieved by Patty Sheehan
139. September 26, 1982 – debut show of “Knight Rider”, featuring David Hasselhoff on NBC
140. September 26, 1983 – NY Giants achieve the best by Ali Haji-Sheik kicking 56 goal
141. September 26, 1983 – America’s boat race achieved by Australia for the first time by a non-US
142. September 26, 1983 – stepping down the offer of Chafiq Wazzan as prime minister of Lebanon
143. September 26, 1983 – LPGA Inamori Golf Classic achieved by Patty Sheehan
144. September 26, 1983 – St Louis Card Bod Forsch scores 2 no hit to defeat Montreal Expos, 3-0
145. September 26, 1983 – a nuclear war that could have engulfed the whole world was prevented by the Soviet defense staff Stanislaw Petrov assuming the US warhead attack was a fault
146. September 26, 1984 – nearly 5251 fans witness the game Phillies play NY Mets at Shea Stadium
147. September 26, 1984 –Paul McCartney was freed in a paternity legal case by the Berlin judiciary
148. September 26, 1984 – The agreement to give away Hong Kong to China in 1997 was accepted between Britain and China
149. September 26, 1984 – the inauguration of a college by Dutch Queen Beatrice
150. September 26, 1984 – restrictions against South Africa was rejected by President Reagan
151. September 26, 1985 – Tunisia and Libya cut off the embassy-level relationships
152. September 26, 1986 – appointment of Antonin Scalia as Supreme Court Judge
153. September 26, 1986 – William Hubs Rehnquist takes oath as Chief Justice of the US
154. September 26, 1986 – Bobby arrives in Dallas, but his demise is supposed to be caused by his wife’s bad dream
155. September 26, 1987 – Padres Benito Santiago scores rookie successively in 28 plays
156. September 26, 1988 – Ben Johnson of Canada who had secured a 100-m gold was deprived of his medal due to drug.
157. September 26, 1988 – Rockefeller Centre in New York City is being treated as one of the main identity
158. September 26, 1988 – Rakowski, information head of the Polish communist party of Poland was elected as the new Prime Minister
159. September 26, 1988 – US spacecraft STS 26 propelled
160. September 26, 1989 – Vietnamese army pulls out of Cambodia
161. September 26, 1989 – The Motion Picture Association of America releases rules for adult and non-adult pictures
162. September 26, 1989 – Soviet foreign affairs minister, Eduard Shevardnadze advocates that all destructive chemical armaments in US and USSR be destroyed
163. September 26, 1990 – a revised NC 17 criteria is approved by MPAA
164. September 26, 1991 – and earth science facility for 2 years set up in Oracle Arizona
165. September 26, 1992 – Jimmy Connors defeats Martina Navratilova, 7-5,6-3
166. September 26, 1992 – an air accident involving the Nigerian Air Force, which crashed immediately after airborne leaves 163 dead
167. September 26, 1992 – comedienne and actor Roseanne Barr Arnold was honored as a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame
168. September 26, 1992 – the discovery of a heavenly body, Swift-Turtle by Tsuruhiko Kiuchi
169. September 26, 1993 – US defeats Europe, 15-13 at The Belfry England at the 30th Ryder Cup
170. September 26, 1993 – Cubs changed their batting order while playing against Pirates in the 2nd term
171. September 26, 1993 – Indians defeat Brewers, 6-4 at Cleveland Arena
172. September 26, 1993 – LPGA Kyocera Inamori Golf Classic achieved by Kris Monaghan
173. September 26, 1994 – Laar Prime minister of Estonia exiles
174. September 26, 1994 – Switzerland prohibits prejudiced publicity
175. September 26, 1995 – John F. Kennedy Jr. puts into circulation his periodical, “George”
176. September 26, 1995 – international cricket game in Aust season (Old vs. Western Prov)
177. September 26, 1995 – in a cricket match between Sri Lanka and Pakistan, Sri Lanka won the series 2-1
178. September 26, 1996 – Barry Bonds of SF Giant scores 40 HRs and steal 40 bases and he was the 2nd to achieve this distinction
179. September 26, 1996 – landing of Space Craft STS
180. September 26, 1997 – Seattle Mariner Ken Griffey Jr. scores his 56 HR for the year 1997
181. September 26, 1997 – an earthquake strikes the Italian provinces of Umbria and Marche and destroys the major portion of the Church of St Francis at Assisi
182. September 26, 1999 – US scores 14.5-13.5 at the Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts, US at the 33rd Ryder Cup

21st Century – September 26 This Day In History – The 2000s

183. September 26, 2000 – The demonstration against capitalism in Prague became ferocious at the time when IMF and WB meetings were on
184. September 26, 2000 – Ship Express Samina drowns near Paros in the Agean sea and 80 travelers feared dead
185. September 26, 2002 – an overloaded Senegalese commuter boat belonging to MV Joola overturns near the Gambia coast leaving 1000 dead
186. September 26, 2004 – Ed Whitlock competes and finishes the lengthy run meant for 70 and above finishing in 2:54:48 at Toronto Marathon
187. September 26, 2006 – The film “The Departed” by Martin Scorsese featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, and Mark Wahlberg debuts in New York. This was declared the best picture in 2007
188. September 26, 2007 – The first tenure of Shinzo Abe as prime minister of Japan comes to an end

189. September 26, 2008 – Yves Rossy is the first Swiss aviator to fly a jet-powered aircraft across the English Channel
190. September 26, 2009 – there were heavy causalities (700) when cyclone Ketsana strikes the Philippines, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand
191. September 26, 2012 – 40 civilians were butchered by the Syrian army in Thiabieh, Damascus
192. September 26, 2012- workers of different associations in Greece, stop work to protest cut against expenses
193. September 26, 2012 – Japanese car makers postpone working in China
194. September 26, 2014 – The effects of Ebola are high in Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone, and as per WHO the mortality touched 3091
195. September 26, 2016 – Democratic presidential hopeful, Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump discuss at Hofstra University

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