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Famous Events For September 27

Famous Events For September 27 – Today In History

What Happened on September 27 in World History?

Early Centuries – September 27 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. September 27, 0070 – The city of Jerusalem was surrounded by many towers and walls. This was demolished by Roman army
2. September 27, 0489 – in the second war of Verona, Odoacer was conquered
3. September 27, 1066 – The army of William, the Conqueror, navigates towards England
4. September 27,1290 – tens of thousands lost their lives due to an earthquake in the Gulf of Chili China
5. September 27, 1331 – war between Poland and Teutonic Order at Plowce
6. September 27, 1509 – cyclone strikes Flemish, Dutch, and Friese beach leaving thousand dead
7. September 27, 1540 – The social order of Jesus established by Ignatius Loyla was approved by Pope Paul III in Rome
8. September 27, 1590 – the reign of Pope Urban VII was only for 13 days
9. September 27, 1605 – The alliance army of Polish-Lithuanian vanquish Sweden at the wear of Kircholm

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10. September 27, 1694 – Cyclone strikes Carlisle Bay Barbados destroying 27 British vessels and killing 3000
11. September 27, 1777 – Philadelphia was seized by British army officer William Howe during the American Uprising
12. September 27, 1779 – agreement of peace between John Adams, US President, and Great Britain
13. September 27, 1787 – US Congress endorses the Constitution
14. September 27, 1794 – Crevecoeur vanquished by French army

19th Century – September 27 This Day That Year – The 1800s

15. September 27, 1821 – The Mexican War of Independence culminated with the Mexican radical army under the guidance of Agustin de Iturbide seizing Mexico and the Spanish army vacates
16. September 27, 1822 – The inscriptions on the Rosetta Stela was interpreted by the French intellectual Jean-Francois
17. September 27, 1824 – the arrival of Charles X, King of France in Paris and was praised
18. September 27, 1825 – the first steam-powered engine invented by George Stephenson transport travelers on Stockton and Darlington line in England
19. September 27, 1830 – after a heavy loss, the Dutch army vacates Brussels
20. September 27, 1833 – Charles Darwin travels on a horse to Santa Fe
21. September 27, 1852 – debut performance of “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” by George L Aiken in Troy, NY

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22. September 27, 1854 – 300 feared dead on board of vessel “Arctic” when drowned
23. September 27, 1864 – there were 1700 casualties in the war at Pilot Knob during the American Civil battle
24. September 27, 1964 – 24 defenseless army personnel were taken prisoners and killed by Anderson, known as Blood Bill during Centralia Massacre
25. September 27, 1864 – the mob under the control of Jesse James, an outlaw, assaulted a railway and kill 150
26. September 27, 1877 – appointment of John Mercer Langton as minister of Haiti

27. September 27, 1881 – Chicago Cubs defeat Troy, 10-8 before an audience of 12 only
28. September 27, 1892 – Copyright to Diamond Match Company for inventing matches
29. September 27, 1894 – inauguration of the racecourse in NY

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 27 – The 1900s

30. September 27, 1900 – the inauguration of Victory Theatre at 207 W 42nd st NYC
31. September 27, 1903 – the train Old 97 while trying to maintain the schedule crashed. A poem, Wreck of the Old 97 was written based on the accident became famous
32. September 27, 1905 – Bill Dinneen of Boston scores no hits against Chicago White Sox, 2-0
33. September 27, 1905 – Albert Einstein’s theory presenting E = mc2 was published in a publication Annalen der Physik
34. September 27, 1908 – the first car manufactured by Henry Ford, Model T, released from the manufacturing unit in Detroit, Michigan
35. September 27, 1909 – for reasons of conservation of oil, President Taft, reserves 3 million acres of oil-bearing land

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36. September 27, 1910 – an aircraft powered by two engines was tested for its performance
37. September 27, 1912 – the first Afro-American song, “Memphis Blues” by W.C. Handy issued
38. September 27, 1914 – Nap Lajoie of Cleveland scores his 3000th hit
39. September 27, 1916 – American Indians respected on Native American Day
40. September 27, 1916 – King of Ethiopia, Lidj Jasu runs away from the citadel due to a military rebellion from her aunt Zauditu
41. September 27, 1917 – inauguration of Broadhurst Theatre at 235 W 44th St NYC
42. September 27, 1917 – the founding of the EHC football team in Hoensbroek Neth
43. September 27, 1919 – Evacuation of the North Russian city of Archangelsk by the British army after a battle with the Soviet army
44. September 27, 1919 – the governing council of the Democratic party of the USA approves the participation of women as members
45. September 27, 1921 – Yanks defeat Indians in Polo Grounds, scoring 21-7
46. September 27, 1922 – King of Greece. Constantine renounced the throne
47. September 27, 1923 – Corfu cleared of Italian army

48. September 27, 1923 – Lou Gehrig of the NY Yankees scores his 493 HRs for the first time
49. September 27, 1924 – 4th straight banner was achieved by Giants defeating Phils, 5-1
50. September 27, 1928 – The United States agreed to treat the Nationalist Republic of China as a representative of China
51. September 27, 1930 – Bobby Jones achieves the 34th Golf Amateur Championship in Golf
52. September 27, 1930 – Hack Wilson of Cub scores 2 HRs and achieves the NL high of 56 HRs
53. September 27, 1930 – Bud Clancy of the White Sox did not play a ball in 9 terms Vs St Louis Browns
54. September 27, 1931 – Chick Hafey defeats Bill Terry to achieve the NL competition
55. September 27, 1935 – 21 successive plays won by Chicago Cubs to achieve NL banner
56. September 27, 1936 – Walter Alston, baseman, participates in the first main association match
57. September 27, 1936 – seize of Toledo by an army of Spain under Francisco Franco
58. September 27, 1936 – The Netherland comes out of the gold bloc and adjusts the value of its currency to USD
59. September 27, 1937 – the inauguration of the first training school in Albion NY named after Sant Claus

60. September 27, 1937 – The Bali tiger, native to Bali in Indonesia is confirmed as non-existent
61. September 27, 1938 – introduction of British ship “Queen Elizabeth” from Clydebank, Scotland
62. September 27, 1938 – attorneys belonging to the Jewish community were banned from appearing as attorneys in Germany
63. September 27, 1938 – Japan treated as an antagonist to China by the League of Nations
64. September 27, 1939 – Germans capture Warsaw after a brief period of 19 days of battle
65. September 27, 1939 – White Sox sponsors 1 day’s night play and get defeated by Cleve, 5-2 and 7-5
66. September 27, 1940 – aircrafts 55 in number belonging to Germany were destroyed above England
67. September 27, 1940 – demonstrations by blacks against bias in the US defense forces
68. September 27, 1940 -Floyd Giebells, defeat Bob Feller to achieve 2-0 and achieve the banner
69. September 27, 1940 – an official 19-year agreement for peace between Nazi Germany, Italy, and Japan
70. September 27, 1940 – A’s defeat and abolish Yankees from the banner which they were holding from 1935
71. September 27, 1941 – inauguration of the warship ss Patrick Henry
72. September 27, 1941 – appointment of Reinhard Heydrich, nicknamed “butcher of Prague” as SS general

73. September 27, 1942 – highly oppressive offensive by Germans on Stalingrad
74. September 27, 1942 – NY Giants vanquish Wash Redskins, 14-7
75. September 27, 1942 – on the ultimate day of play on the last day of the term, St Louis Cards achieve their NL banner
76. September 27, 1943 – demonstrations against dictatorship commence in Naples
77. September 27, 1943 – The paper “The Slogan” circulated by the Dutch opposite party uses capital and lower-case alphabet
78. September 27, 1944 – allied forces set free Helmond and Oss Neth
79. September 27, 1946 – King George II who was a refugee arrives in Greece
80. September 27, 1947 – valedictory of “Sweethearts” at Shubert Theatre NYC after 288 presentations
81. September 27, 1948 – debut performance of “Carib Song” at Adelphi Theatre NYC to give 36 presentations
82. September 27, 1950 – In a heavyweight competition, Ezzard Charles K/O Joe Louis in 15 to achieve the heavyweight championship
83. September 27, 1951 – oil purification unit in Abadan was seized by the Persian army

84. September 27, 1953 – Bert Bechchar, an American football defense playing for the Baltimore Colts held a record for jerking a goal from 56 yards
85. September 27, 1953 – TV transmission channel 5 in Kansa City, MO commenced
86. September 27, 1953 – TV transmission channel 8 in Monroe-West Monroe, LA commences
87. September 27, 1953 – TV transmission channel 8 in Reno, NV commences
88. September 27, 1953 – TV transmission channel 2 in Saint Joseph MO debuts
89. September 27, 1953 – St Louis Browns lose their 100th play in Sportsman’s Park
90. September 27, 1953 – Cyclone strikes and demolishes a major portion of Nagoya in Japan
91. September 27, 1954 – appointment of CV Bush, African, as the first page of the American Supreme Court
92. September 27, 1954 – Amalgamation of schools in Washington, DC, and medical schools in Baltimore
93. September 27, 1954 – debut performance of “Tonight Show” by Steve Allen
94. September 27, 1957 – Giants take Seals Stadium on lease of rent till the arena Candlestick gets ready after construction
95. September 27, 1959 – LPGA Opie Turner Golf Open achieved by Betsy Rawls
96. September 27, 1959 – Braves finish in a tie with Dodgers, achieving 86-68
97. September 27, 1959 – Nikita Khrushchev, first secretary of the Soviet Union completes his American tour
98. September 27, 1960 – the inauguration of the first elevator at the Bank platform in London
99. September 27, 1961 – The United Nations admits Sierre Leone as its 100th member
100. September 27, 1962 – army rebellion in North Yemen guided by Col Abdullah
101. September 27, 1962 – Israel purchases from US Hawk anti-aircraft weaponry
102. September 27, 1962 – a paper entitled “Silent Spring” by Rachel Carson highlighting the poisonous effects of insecticide in the US on the atmosphere was published
103. September 27, 1963 – The populace of the US was 190,000,000
104. September 27, 1963 – visit of Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico to the Cubans embassy
105. September 27, 1964 – Johnny Callison of Phils scores 3 HRs but could not defeat the Braves
106. September 27, 1964 – LPGA Visalia Ladies’ Golf Open achieved by Mickey Wright
107. September 27, 1964 – Phillies placed in 2nd position due to their 7th straight loss

108. September 27, 1964 – the findings of the Warren Commission on the killing of President John F. Kennedy reveal that Lee Harvey Oswald operated alone
109. September 27, 1967 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
110. September 27, 1968 – American hippy musical “Hair” inaugurated in London
111. September 27, 1968 – admission of the UK into the common market contradicted by France
112. September 27, 1970 – Ken Boswell played 85 games without an error and is the 2nd player to achieve this distinction
113. September 27, 1971 – Atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya, USSR
114. September 27, 1971 – Prime Ministers of Northern Ireland, Britain, and Taoiseach of the Republic of Ireland meet at Chequers, England for a discussion
115. September 27, 1972 – the first game played at Nassau Stadium, an exhibition match played between Rangers and Islanders; Rangers defeated Islanders 6-4
116. September 27, 1973 – two cosmonauts were sent into orbit the earth on board Soyuz 12
117. September 27, 1973 – atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya USSR
118. September 27, 1973 – a musical “The Way We Were” circulated by Barbra Streisand. This was declared the song of the year 1974
119. September 27, 1974 – the fourth Council of Bishops
120. September 27, 1974 – the artwork of W de Kooning, “Women V” was sold to the Australian National Gallery for $850,000
121. September 27, 1975 – Embassy level relations cut off by De Uly with Spain by withdrawing the ambassador from Spain
122. September 27, 1976 – debut performance of the TV serial, “Dawn: Portrait of A Teenage Runaway” featuring Eve Plumb on NBC
123. September 27, 1977 – NL East Division championship achieved by the Phillies
124. September 27, 1978 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
125. September 27, 1978 – Atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya USSR
126. September 27, 1979 – a separate branch for education was created by the US Congress
127. September 27, 1979 – Elton John during his performance in the Hollywood Universal Stadium breaks down due to flu sickness
128. September 27, 1979 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk, USSR
129. September 27, 1980 – a pirate broadcasting station, WHOT, starts functioning at 16.20 on 92.5 FM
130. September 27, 1980 – Marvin Hagler and Alan Minter had to be guided out of the stadium when there was unrest when they were competing for the Middleweight championship; Alan Minter lost the competition
131. September 27, 1981 – valedictory of “Day in Hollywood, A Night.” after 588 presentations at John Golden NY
132. September 27, 1981 – Iraqi army was evacuated from the port of Abadan by Iran
133. September 27, 1982 – National League East championship achieved by Cards
134. September 27, 1982 – commencement of the shooting of the film, “Never Say Never Again”
135. September 27, 1982 – John Walker refuses to accept the Constantine Huygens-prize
136. September 27, 1983 – Curnick Ndlovu, workers group chief in South Africa was released after 19 years of confinement
137. September 27, 1985 – the crash down of a roof in a supermarket in Brussels leaves 8 dead
138. September 27, 1985 – cyclone, Gloria, with a wind velocity of 130 MPH strikes Atlantic beach
139. September 27, 1986 – both the Houses approve of drastic modifications to tax rules
140. September 27, 1987 – a musical by Michael Johnson, “Give Me Wings” debuts
141. September 27, 1987 – Europe vanquishes US, 15-13 at Muirfield Village GC, Ohio at the 27th Ryder Cup
142. September 27, 1987 – LPGA Konica San Jose Golf Classic achieved by Jan Stephens
143. September 27, 1987 – football players of NFL stop playing in the US
144. September 27, 1987 – fictitious rape theory by Tawana Brawley proved by the bench of adjudicators
145. September 27, 1988 – drastic modifications in national tax system approved by the Senate
146. September 27, 1988 – Aung San Suu Kyi creates and leads the National League for Democracy in Myanmar
147. September 27, 1989 – Oakland achieves AL West title while SF clinches NL West championship
148. September 27, 1989 – agreement reached for the sale of Columbia Pictures to Sony for $3.4 billion down payment
149. September 27, 1990 – detention of Dee Dee for illegal custody of narcotic marijuana
150. September 27, 1990 – Overthrown ruler of Kuwait lectures to the UN General Assembly
151. September 27, 1990 – a gangster holds 33 persons captive in Berkeley Calif and kills one
152. September 27, 1990 – Greg LeMond, champion of Tour de France, arrives at White House
153. September 27, 1990 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
154. September 27, 1991 – The TV serial, “Princesses” debuts on CBS
155. September 27, 1991 – US President George H.W. Bush stops the nuclear-powered B-52 aircraft watchfulness round the clock
156. September 27, 1991 – the first programmed NHL display match in St. Petersburg Fla annulled due to bad ice formation
157. September 27, 1992 – killing of 42 animals in Bronx during Santeria celebrations was stopped by ASPCA
158. September 27, 1992 – LA Dodgers in their saga finalize the last place for the first time
159. September 27, 1992 – Los Coyotes LPGA Golf Classic achieved by Nancy Scranton

160. September 27, 1992 – Pittsburgh Pirates achieve their NL East championship
161. September 27, 1993 – acceptance by Daniel Day-Lewis of his fast-moving accusations
162. September 27, 1993 – law-breaking TV serial “Cracker” guided by Jimmy McGovern featuring Robbie Coltrane commences on ITV in the UK
163. September 27, 1996 – Balt Oriole Roberto misbehaves with referee John Hirschbeck
164. September 27, 1996 – seize of Kabul in Afghanistan by Taliban after removing President Burhanuddin Rabbani and killing earlier chief Mohammad Nijibullah
165. September 27, 1996 – thousands of gallons of oil were wasted when the transport dashes onto Million Dollar Bridge in Portland
166. September 27, 1998 – the political party led by German Chancellor Helmut Kohl lost in the central voting to the SPD party led by Gerard Schroder

21st Century – September 27 This Day In History – The 2000s

167. September 27, 2001 – a target of 23.2 million barrels per day was retained by OPEC as per the decision taken at its Vienna conference, even though the price of oil was bottom-most
168. September 27, 2002 – UN admits Timor-Leste as its member
169. September 27, 2003 – Halle Berry, Actress, and her 2nd husband Eric Benet, R&B singer, declared their divorce
170. September 27, 2003 – space missile Smart 1 propelled
171. September 27, 2005 – Philadelphia lost to the New York Mets, paving way for the Atlanta Braves to achieve their 14th successive championship
172. September 27, 2008 – Zhai Zhigang, an astronaut, accomplishes the spacewalk on board Shenzhou 7 and he is the first Chinese to achieve this distinction
173. September 27, 2009 – Angela Merkel voted for her second tenure as Chancellor of the coalition administration
174. September 27, 2012 – the viewpoints of Japan and China over Senkoku Islands published by the UN
175. September 27, 2012 – quick flowing stream bed on Mars discovered by Mars Curiosity spacecraft
176. September 27, 2012 – validation of the finding in 2004 by Japan of the 133rd element of the periodic table
177. September 27, 2013 – a musical collection, “Pure Heroine” by Lorde announced
178. September 27, 2013 – reckless killing of 7 persons in a mosque in Baghdad, Iraq
179. September 27, 2013 – in a reckless killing 19 people killed and 454 injured in Peshawar, Pakistan
180. September 27, 2013 – a vessel overturns off Java killing 22 people
181. September 27, 2013 – a building crashes in Mumbai, India killing 60 people
182. September 27, 2014 – Hawthorn Football Club vanquishes Sydney Swans in the AFL 2004 Grand Final 137-74
183. September 27, 2014 – Volcano comes to life in Japan killing 57
184. September 27, 2015 – Junts per Si, an independence coalition achieves the voting majority in Catalonia
185. September 27, 2015 – The moon at its nearest to the earth overlaps the lunar eclipse to produce a “Blood Moon”

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