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Famous Events For September 28

Famous Events For September 28 – Today In History

What Happened on September 28 in World History?

Early Centuries – September 28 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. 48 BC – Assassination of Pompey the Great on the instructions given by King Ptolemy
2. September 28, 0235 – resignation of Pontianus, Bishop of Rome
3. September 28, 0351 – King Magnentius vanquished by king Constantine II at the war of Mursa
4. September 28, 0365 – the public in Constantinople were corrupted by commander Procopius and declared himself as Roman King
5. September 28, 0935 – Boleslaus I Bohemia assassinates his brother Saint Wenceslas
6. September 28, 0995 – Boleslaus II, son of Boleslaus butchers the members of Slavnik’s family
7. September 28, 1106 – King Henry I vanquishes his brother Robert at the war at Tinchebrai
8. September 28, 1322 – the Duke of Bavaria vanquishes Australian defense forces at the war of Muhldorf

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9. September 28,1362 – appointment of Guillium de Grimoard as Pope Urban V
10. September 28, 1394 – appointment of Pedro de Luna of Aragon as pope Benedictus XII
11. September 28, 1448 – Christian I assumes power as king of Denmark
12. September 28,1528 – Cyclone strikes Florida and Spanish army suffers fatalities numbering 380
13. September 28, 1538 – The army of Ottoman under the guidance of Barbarossa vanquish the allies off Northwestern Greece
14. September 28, 1542 –Discovery of California by Navigator Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo and names it San Miguel. He claims for Spain
15. September 28, 1621 – King Sigismund III, alliance of Polish Lithunian group vanquish Ottoman defence force at the war of Chocim Dniester
16. September 28, 1652 – The war between English and Dutch fought at Kentish Knock
17. September 28, 1687 – Athens seized by Venetians which was under the control of Turks

18th Century – What Happened on September 28 – The 1700s

18. September 28, 1701 – marital separation is legally permitted
19. September 28, 1760 – Berlin seized by the combined armies of Russia and Austria
20. September 28,1767 – shipping of slaves from India to Good Hope prohibited
21. September 28, 1779 – John Jay was replaced by Samuel Huntington as President of the Congress
22. September 28,1781 – the combined armies of America and France totaling to 16,000 seize Yorktown
23. September 28, 1785 – Napoleon Bonaparte graduated at the ag of 16 from the military academy in Paris.
24. September 28, 1787 – the legislators are required to give consent to the Constitution as requested by the Congress

19th Century – September 28 This Day That Year – The 1800s

25. September 28, 1815 – The navy of Joachim Murats travel to Naples from Corsica
26. September 28, 1829 – a publication entitled Walker’s Appeal, on discrimination on tribal basis issued in Boston
27. September 28, 1844 – coronation of Oscar I of Sweden-Norway as king of Sweden
28. September 28, 1850 – US Navy bans whipping as a penalty
29. September 28, 1858 – the comet Donati was the one first photographed
30. September 28, 1867 – Toronto declared capital city of Ontario

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31. September 28, 1867 – Midway Island comes under the jurisdiction of United States
32. September 28, 1868 – Queen Isabella II of Spain exiles to France during the war of Alcolea
33. September 28, 1868 – 200 blacks were killed at Opelousas at St Landry community Louisiana
34. September 28, 1879 – tram locomotives inducted in Sydney, Australia
35. September 28, 1887 – Flooding in the Yellow River or Huang He in China leaves 1.5 million dead
36. September 28, 1889 – the standard for one meter set.
37. September 28, 1892 – floodlight football game for the first time in Mansfield
38. September 28, 1894 – inauguration of Penny Bazaar in Manchester by Simpson Marks and Tom

39. September 28, 1889 – expansion of the army by Transvaal leading up to the battle of second Boer War

20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 21 – The 1900s

40. September 28, 1901 – Guerrilla war against US army not equipped with weapons in Balangiga Phil leaves 38 dead

41. September 28, 1904 – a female who smoked a cigarette in a car in 5th Avenue, NYC was detained

42. September 28, 1906 – seizure of Cuba by US army to have control over it till 1909

43. September 28, 1912 – ship ss Kichenaaru vanishes in the cyclone near Japanese beach and 1000 feared dead

44. September 28, 1914 – Germans seize Antwerp Belgium during WW I

45. September 28, 1915 – British army vanquishes Turks in Mesopotamia at the war of Kut-el-Amara

46. September 28, 1919 – in a 51-minute major league play, Giants vanquish Phillies, 6-1

47. September 28, 1920 – appointment of Dirk Fock as administrative chief of Dutch East Indies

48. September 28, 1921 – Walter Hagen participated in the 4th PGA Championship at Inwood Country Club Far Rockaway NY

49. September 28, 1922 – Benito Mussolini attacks Rome

50. September 28, 1923 – Ethiopia resigns from the membership of the League of Nations

51. September 28, 1923 – The official organ of BBC Radio Time circulated for the first time

52. September 28, 1923 – Yanks defeat Red Sox, 24-4

53. September 28, 1924 – Two aircrafts of US army flies from Seattle to Seattle, around the globe trip and completes the trip and stops at 57 places

54. September 28, 1924 – appointment of Gen Serrail by the French administration, as Chief of Syria

55. September 28, 1924 – installation of Gen Plutarco Calles as President of Mexico

56. September 28, 1926 – agreement for non-alignment between Russia and Latvia established

57. September 28, 1928 – the first documenting period at Nashville

58. September 28, 1928 – Juan de la Cierva crosses English Channel by helicopter for the first time

59. September 28, 1928 – NY Yanks achieve their 6th banner

60. September 28, 1928 – Lecture by Adolf Hitler is prohibited in Prussia

61. September 28, 1928 – US recognizes Chiang Kai-shek of Chinese administration

62. September 28, 1928 – debut performance of “Kvadratura Kruga” by Valentin Katayev in Moscow

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63. September 28, 1928 – Drugs considered addictive or dangerous including cannabis are banned by the Law enacted in UK

64. September 28, 1929– the Canadian fighter jets after preventing safely return

65. September 28, 1930 – Lou Gehrig plays flawless successive 88 games

66. September 28, 1931 – 2 lakh Chinese favors war with Japan

67. September 28, 1932 – inauguration of the 19932-world baseball series, the opening match being between Chicago Cubs and NY Yankees (6-12)

68. September 28, 1933 – Greer Garson and Snelson unite in marriage

69. September 28, 1934 – a film guided by John Ford, entitled, “Judge Priest” featuring Will Rogers is circulated

70. September 28, 1936 – first performance of Bachelor’s Children on CBS station

71. September 28, 1936 – Brooklyn & Boston achieve a faultless NFL play

72. September 28, 1937 – FDR bestows the Bonneville Barrage on Columbia River

73. September 28, 1938 – debut performance of “Boys Goodbye” by Clare Boothe in NYC

74. September 28, 1938 – a “No war coming” announcement on radio broadcast by Dutch Prime Minister Colijn

75. September 28, 1938 – a home run scored by Gabby Hartnett of Chicago Cubs Vs Pittsburgh Pirates

76. September 28, 1939 – Estonia permits Soviet military stations

77. September 28, 1939 – the last of the airing of Fleischmann Hour on radio

78. September 28, 1940 – Bud Berman, a supporter of Tom Harmon comes out of the stadium to meet him but Harmon avoids Brennan

79. September 28, 1941 – Ted Williams concludes his baseball term with a batting average of 0.406

80. September 28, 1942 – Stalingrad destroyed by Luftwaffe

81. September 28, 1942 – NY Americans NHL could not sustain financially

82. September 28, 1945 – debut of the musical numerous serial

83. September 28, 1944 – Germans vanquish British in Netherlands at the war of Arnhem

84. September 28, 1944 – Mass murders by Nazi in Marzabotto, Italy

85. September 28, 1945 – inauguration of “Mildred Price” featuring Joan Crawford at Strand

86. September 28, 1945 – Change of name of Canadian football Calgary Bronks to Stampeders

87. September 28, 1945 – Robert T Duncan plays his part as Tonio in “I Pagliacci”

88. September 28, 1946 – return of Greek emperor George II to Athens

89. September 28, 1948 – TV Transmission of WBAP at Texas commences

90. September 28, 1949 – Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis feature in “My Friend Irma” a first of the 12 to be filmed

91. September 28, 1950 – UN admits Indonesia as its 60th member

92. September 28, 1951 – Allie Reynolds scores his 2nd no hit of 1951 and Yanks achieve the banner

93. September 28, 1953 – valedictory of “Bob & Ray Show” TV transmission on NBC

94. September 28, 1953 – TV serial for children “Juvenile Jury” concludes its broadcast on NBC and moves to CBS

95. September 28, 1953 – a law breaking serial, “Racket Squad” concludes on CBS

96. September 28, 1953 – The salary of staff in Dutch government enhanced by 5%from 1.1.154

97. September 28, 1953 – TV transmission channel 7 commences in Albuquerque, NM

98. September 28, 1955 – Colour TV airing on NBC for the first time

99. September 28, 1955 – TV transmission channel 7 commences in Washington, NC

100. September 28, 1956 – last airing of TV serial, “Johnny Carson Show” on CBS

101. September 28, 1956 – the musical of Elvis Presley has been sold over 10 million copies as per the RCA

102. September 28, 1957 – broadcast of “Dollar a Second” on NBC TV for the last time

103. September 28, 1957 – premiere of “Gisele Mackenzie” on NBC TV

104. September 28, 1957 – “Honeycomb” by Jimmie Rogers attains top position

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105. September 28, 1957 – Inauguration of Velser Tunnels by queen Juliana

106. September 28, 1958 – France approves its Constitution

107. September 28, 1958 – France grants freedom to Guinea

108. September 28, 1958 – Atomic test by US at Nevada

109. September 28, 1959 – TV performance of “Hennesey” shown for the first time on CBS

110. September 28, 1959 – debut performance of “Zoo Story” by Edward Franklin Albee in Berlin

111. September 28, 1959 – satellite Explorer VI shows heavy radiation round the globe

112. September 28, 1960 – valedictory performance of “Millionaire” on CBS TV

113. September 28, 1960 –“My Heart Has a Mind of its own” reaches a top position

114. September 28, 1960 – shifting of “Queen for a Day” to ABC TV

115. September 28, 1960 – debut show of “Sunrise at Campobello” at Palace theater

116. September 28, 1960 – Ted Williams scores his last HR 521

117. September 28, 1961 – debut TV transmission of “Doctor Kildare” on NBC TV

118. September 28, 1961 – airing of “Hazel” featuring Shirley Booth on NBC TV for the first time

119. September 28, 1961 – a play “Purlie Victorious” by Ossie Davis inaugurated on Broadway

120. September 28, 1961 – separation of Syria from United Arab Republic

121. September 28, 1961 – USN Commander and test pilot Forrest S Petersen fly aircraft X-15 at a height of 32,720 m

122. September 28, 1961 – debut show of “Grey Friars Bobby” by Walt Disney

123. September 28, 1962 – final broadcast of “Brighter Day” on CBS Television

124. September 28, 1962 – premier show of “I’m Dickens, He is Fenster” on ABC-TV

125. September 28, 1962 – final broadcast of “Jan Murray Show” on NBC TV

126. September 28, 1962 – final broadcast of “Tonight show” on NBC-TV

127. September 28, 1962 – a first Canadian Rocket, Alouette, propelled into space

128. September 28, 1962 – inferno at Paddington train workshop destroyed 65 trains in Brisbane, Australia

129. September 28, 1963- an animation “King Leonardo” ends its performance on NBC TV

130. September 28, 1963 – 15th position reached by “ Little Deuce Coupe” by The Beach Boys

131. September 28, 1963 – no.1 position reached by “Martian Hop” by Ran-Dells

132. September 28, 1963 – premier show of “New Phil Silvers Show” on CBS-TV

133. September 28, 1964 – Australia vanquishes USA in Cleveland (3-2) at the 53rd Davis Cup

134. September 28, 1964 – A. Currie, governor of Suriname steps down

135. September 28, 1965 – Jack McKay flies his fastest aircraft X-15 to an altitude of 90 km

136. September 28, 1965 – eruption of Taal Volcano on Luzon Philippines leaves 100 dead

137. September 28, 1967 – 1st Mayor of Washington DC was Walter Washington

138. September 28, 1968 – last performance of “Happy Time” after 286 presentations at Broadway Theater NYC

139. September 28, 1968 – inauguration of “Noel Coward’s Sweet Potato” at Barrymore NYC and 17 presentations were made

140. September 28, 1968 –Alberto Giolani from Italy travels a distance of 23.133 miles in one hour through roller skater

141. September 28, 1968 – Atlanta Chief defeat San Diego Toros, 3-0 in the NASL Competition

142. September 28, 1968 – a musical “Hey Jude” by Beatles becomes no.1 and remains no.1 for 9 weeks

143. September 28, 1968 – announcement by Janis Joplin that she will be quitting “Big Brother and Holding Co”

144. September 28, 1968 – Marisa Danisi from West Germany travels a distance of 21.995 miles in one hour on roller skater

145. September 28, 1969 – Joe Kapp threw for touchdown 7 passes against Balt Colts, (52-14)

146. September 28, 1969 – SPD political group comes victorious in the parliament polls in West Germany
147. September 28, 1970 – first broadcast of “Words & Music” on NBC Television
148. September 28,1970 – Anwar Sadat installed as acting president of Egypt in place of Gamal Abdel Nasser

149. September 28, 1970 – Intrepid (US) vanquishes Gretel II (Aust) in the 22nd America’s Cup
150. September 28, 1971 – according to a report by NY Times, white young are showing more liking to African American music
151. September 28, 1971 – British approve a law that prohibits use of banned drugs including cannabis
152. September 28, 1972 – sale of the 1st musical by David Bowie at NY Carnegie Hall
153. September 28, 1972 – Embassy level dealings started again between Japan and Communist China
154. September 28, 1972 – In the ice hockey summit Series, Canada vanquishes USSR in the 8th and last play
155. September 28, 1973 – Palestinian extremist seize the Austrian train
156. September 28, 1973 – ITT structure in NYC demolished as a remonstration against ITT’s participation in the military rebellion in Chile on Sept.11, 1973
157. September 28, 1974 – a musical “Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing” by Aretha Franklin reaches to No.47
158. September 28, 1974 – “Live it Up Part 1” by Isley Brothers touches no.75 position
159. September 28, 1974 – “Papa Don’t Taake No.1” by James Brown reaches no.31 position
160. September 28, 1974 – Betty Ford, US 1st Lady undergoes radical procedure for breast cancer
161. September 28, 1974 – Nolan Ryan of California Angel scores his 3rd no-hitter and defeats Minn Twin, 4-0
162. September 28, 1974 – John Lennon makes a guest appearance on WNEW-FM
163. September 28, 1974 – Mott the Hoople admits Mick Ronson
164. September 28, 1975 –Kim Merritt achieves the 5th NYC Women’s lengthy run in 2:46:14
165. September 28, 1975 – law permits women to join military colleges
166. September 28, 1975 – nine people were taken as captives during the capture of Spaghetti house in London
167. September 28, 1976 – A&M issues legal notice to George Harrison for not complying with the terms of contract for LP conclusion
168. September 28, 1976 – a law to control the poisonous matter was approved by US
169. September 28, 1976 – Muhammad Ali KO Ken Norton in 15 for the heavy weight boxing competition
170. September 28, 1976 – A musical collection, “Songs in the Key of Life” by Stevie Wonder is circulated. This was declared as the best song of 1977.
171. September 28, 1978 – The Camp David accord calls for a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt. This agreement was ratified by Israel

172. September 28, 1978- Pieter Botha installed as Prime Minister of South Africa replacing Vorster
173. September 28, 1978- war between Syrians and Lebanese in Lebanon
174. September 28, 1979 – Larry Holms defeats Earnie Shavers in 11 for heavy weight boxing championship
175. September 28, 1980 – valedictory of “Charlie & Algernon” after 17 presentations at Helen Hayes Theater NYC
176. September 28, 1980 – Debut performance of “Cosmos” by Carl Sagan on PBS
177. September 28, 1980 – Jaromir Wagner travels standing on the wing of the aircraft across the Atlantic and is the first person to achieve this distinction
178. September 28, 1980 – LPGA Mary Kay Golf classic was achieved by Jerilyn Britz
179. September 28, 1981 – Joseph Paul Franklin, a confirmed bigoted person, kills two black athletes on Salt Lake City and gets convicted for life imprisonment
180. September 28, 1981 – Olivia Newton-John publishes her musical, “Physical”
181. September 28, 1982 – death due to poisoning by cyanide smeared Tylenol tablets reported
182. September 28, 1982 – propelling of space craft Intelsat V 505, by NASA
183. September 28, 1983 – space craft shifted to take-off frame
184. September 28, 1984 – India Vs Australia played their 1st ODI outside Australia
185. September 28, 1985 – position no.4 attained by “Don’t Lose My Number” by Phil Collins
186. September 28, 1985 – No.3 position attained by “Freedom” by Wham
187. September 28, 1985 – “Janet” by Commodores stands at 87
188. September 28, 1985 – spacecraft VA F 12 propelled by NASA
189. September 28, 1985 – police open fire to quell the rebellion in Brixton and Dorothy Groce was killed
190. September 28, 1986 – in Mexico City a total of 23000 participated in the road running event
191. September 28, 1987 – premier show of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” featuring Patrick Stewart broadcasts on a different TV network

192. September 28, 1987 – The “$10000 Pyramid” episode with Gladys Knight and Smokey Robinson
193. September 28, 1988 – inauguration of the Bronx Gallery for Arts
194. September 28, 1988 – In a Test cricket match against Australia, Javed Miandad achieves his 19th century
195. September 28, 1990 – displaced king of Kuwait arrives in White House
196. September 28, 1990 – Marvin Gaye was honored with a star on Hollywood’s walk of Fame
197. September 28, 1991 – premier performance of “Commish” on ABC TV
198. September 28, 1991 – a musical by “Love of A Lifetime” by Firehouse reaches 5th position
199. September 28, 1991 – the 5-day stalemate between Iraq and the UN staff meant to inspect missiles ended
200. September 28, 1992 – valedictory of “Barry Manilow’s Showstoppers” at Paramount Theater NYC
201. September 28, 1992 – An animation series “Dog City” premiers on Fox-TV
202. September 28, 1992 – Oakland A’s achieve AL West Championship
203. September 28, 1992 – in an air accident involving Pakistani A-300 aircraft, which dashed against a mountain at Kathmandu, 167 people lost their life
204. September 28, 1993 – Dennis Martinez was the 7th player to achieve 100 plays both in AL and NL
205. September 28, 1993 – Inauguration of “Slide On Live” by Ron Wood
206. September 28, 1994 – final broadcast of “Baseball” a small TV serial on PBS
207. September 28, 1994 – debut of “Ed Wood” a movie guided by Tim Burton and featuring Johnny Depp
208. September 28, 1994 – in an accident involving Estonian boat in the Baltic sea, 99 people lost their life
209. September 28, 1995 – a superhero film “Batman Forever” circulated by Czech Republic
210. September 28, 1995 – Mary Tyler Moore acts in Television serial, “NY News” on CBS
211. September 28, 1995 – Bobby Brown, Singer was not hurt in a shootout clash
212. September 28, 1995 – agreement reached between Yitzhak Rabin, PM, Israel and Yasir Arafat to handover West Bank to PLO

213. September 28, 1995 – Bob Denard with the help of a few guerillas organize a military rebellion to seize Comoros Islands
214. September 28, 1996 – the 1st ODI match between Kenya and Sri Lanka in Kenya
215. September 28, 1996 – Joyce Giraud, achieves Ms Venus Swimwear Crown
216. September 28, 1996 – NY Yankee Jim Leyitz wears a hockey cover and he was the second player to do wear the mask
217. September 28, 1996 – Orioles’ Roberto Alomar misbehaves with the umpire by spitting at him and gets suspended for 5 games
218. September 28, 1997 – Europe triumphs 14 ½ – 13 ½ to preserve the 32nd Ryder Cup at Sotogrande, Spain
219. September 28, 1997 – Broadcaster David Brinkley, retired at the age of 74 after 54 years of airing
220. September 28, 1997 – St Louis Cardinals Mark McGwire scores his 58th HR for the year 1997
221. September 28, 1997 – LPGA Fieldcrest Cannon Classic achieved by Wendy Ward

21st Century – September 28 This Day In History – The 2000s

222. September 28, 2000 – Ariel Sharon arrives at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem
223. September 28, 2008 – Space Exploration Technologies, SpaceX, develops a spacecraft Falcon 1 and propels into space. This is the first private co, to achieve this distinctdion
224. September 28, 2009 – The military rebellion in Guinea, guided by Dadis Camara, committed atrocities on the demonstrators gathered in the arena Stade du 28 Septembre
225. September 28, 2012 – in an air accident in Kathmandu, Nepal, 16 people lost their life
226. September 28,2012 – nearly hundreds of Nigerian female travelers without male attendants reach Saudi Arabia triggering Nigeria to cancel air journeys to Saudi Arabia
227. September 28, 2013 Boko Harem murders 27 peasants in northeast Nigeria
228. September 28, 2013 – Australian Rules was a football game contested by Hawthorn and Fremantle. Hawthorn vanquishes Fremantle to achieve AR Premiership

229. September 28, 2014 – Europe triumphs 16.5-11.5 at the 40th Ryder Cup at Gleneaglesd Hotel, Scotland
230. September 28, 2015 – researchers from NASA ascertain that there is water on the surface of Mars
231. September 28, 2016 – Cyclone strikes Windward Islands killing 1000 in Haiti, the Caribbean and the US

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