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Famous Events For September 30

Famous Events For September 30 – Today In History

What Happened on September 30 in World History?

Early Centuries – September 30 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. September 30, 1199 – Translation of Guide of Perplexed from Arabic into Hebrew by Samuel Ibn Tibbon was ordered by Rambam
2. September 30, 1399 – King Richard II of England renounces the throne
3. September 30, 1520 – Suleiman the Magnificent rules till 1566 as Ottoman Sultan succeeding his father Selam I
4. September 30, 1954 – armies were ordered to be cleared from France as per orders of King Henry VIII
5. September 30, 1955 – Nicholas Ridley, Bishop of Oxford was sentenced to death as he was found against the Orthodox belief
6. September 30, 1619 – A society to protests established in Antwerp
7. September 30, 1626 – ceasefire between King Bethlen Gabor and Earl Mansfeld-Wallenstein
8. September 30, 1649 – Swedish army comes out of Prague
9. September 30, 1659 – Robinson Crusoe stranded
10. September 30, 1659 – ban on playing tennis during spiritual service by Peter Stuyvesant of New Netherlands
11. September 30, 1681 – agreement for peace between Netherlands and Sweden

18th Century – What Happened on September 30 – The 1700s

12. September 30, 1730 – stepping down of Duke Victor Amadeus XI of Savoye
13. September 30, 1744 – the combined forces of Spain and France vanquish the Kingdom of Sardinia at the war of Madonna dell’Olmo
14. September 30, 1777 – the mainland Senate takes refuge in York, PA as the British army progress
15. September 30, 1787 – Columbia departs from Boston on a voyage around the Globe
16. September 30, 1791 – “Magic Flute” a musical by Mozart debuts in Vienna
17. September 30, 1791 – The parliament in Paris disbanded; Maximilien Robespierre and Jerome Petion were greeted as principled loyalists by the people of Paris

19th Century – September 30 This Day That Year – The 1800s

18. September 30, 1805 – the Rhine seized by Napoleon Bonaparte
19. September 30, 1808 – inferno demolishes Covent Garden Theatre Royal
20. September 30, 1813 – Simon Bolivar vanquishes Santiago Bobadilla at the War of Barbula
21. September 30, 1818 – The conference of Representatives of Russia, Austria, Prussia, France and England at Aken
22. September 30, 1841 – copyright given to Samuel Slocum for inventing the stapler
23. September 30, 1846 – a tooth was removed for the first time by Dr. William Morton, an American dentist by using a painkiller
24. September 30, 1857 – US seizes Sand, Baler, Howland, and Jarvis south of Hawaii
25. September 30, 1862 – The American Civil War commences with the war of Newtonia, Newton County, Missouri
26. September 30, 1862 – Otto von Bismarck, Prussia Minister, lectures his inspirational speeches
27. September 30, 1864 – war of Preble’s Farm VA
28. September 30, 1864 – US recognizes the services of Black soldiers
29. September 30, 1867 – the ownership of Midway Island by the US confirmed
30. September 30, 1868 – Queen of Spain, Isabella exiles to France
31. September 30, 1877 – the unskilled swimmers assemble in the US
32. September 30, 1878 – 1st group of migrants from Portuguese reach Hawaii
33. September 30, 1878 – inundation difficulties in New Zealand’s south
34. September 30, 1880 – the images of the Orion Nebula captured by space scientist Henry Draper of America
35. September 30, 1882 – Bob Ferguson achieves a 171 at the 22nd British Golf Open at St Andrews
36. September 30, 1885 – British accepts Bechuanaland as its territory
37. September 30, 1885 – commencement of Sherlock Holms sequence, “Five Orange Pips”
38. September 30, 1887 – US vanquishes Scotland in the 8th America’s Cup
39. September 30, 1888 – Liz Stride and Kate Eddowes were killed by “Jack the Ripper” in Whitechapel, London
40. September 30, 1895 – France announces authority over Madagascar
41. September 30, 1898 – founding of New York City

20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 30 – The 1900s

42. September 30, 1903 – the inauguration of the New Gresham’s School by Field Marshal Sir Evelyn Wood
43. September 30, 1904 – lefthanded Doc White, of White Sox does not allow the opponent to score a run for the fifth time (shutout)
44. September 30, 1906 – commencement of Real Academia Galega, an expert on Galician linguistics in Havana
45. September 30, 1908 – debut show of “Lóiseau Blue” by Maurice Maeterelinck in Moscow
46. September 30, 1915 – Red Sox vanquish Detroit and achieve AL banner
47. September 30, 1916 – Braves triumph over Giants, 8-3, and culminate the 26-successive winning trend
48. September 30, 1916 – a temporary administration is established by Eleftherios Venizelos in Crete a substitute for the one in Athens. He desired Greece to fight a war with the friendly nations
49. September 30, 1919 – debut performance of “Gold Diggers” by Avery Hopwood in NYC
50. September 30, 1919 – ethnic rebellion in Elaine Arkansas
51. September 30, 1920 -commencement of Time Square Theatre at 217 W 42nd St NYC
52. September 30, 1922 – Alexandros Zaimis sworn in as Prime Minister of Greece
53. September 30, 1922 – Yanks vanquish Boston 3-1 and pinnacles at No.2
54. September 30, 1923 – Canton Bulldogs achieve their first victory and their 17 victories of the term
55. September 30, 1924 – the combined forces of friends end up examining the German Navy
56. September 30, 1925 – Greek senate dissolved by an order of General Pangulos
57. September 30, 1926 – termination of steel industry in German/French/Belgian/Luxembourg
58. September 30, 1927 – The best score of achieving 60th HR by Babe Ruth
59. September 30, 1928 – Leon Vanderstufyft of Belgium covers 76 miles 604 yards on a bicycle in one hour
60. September 30, 1929 – rocket propelled aircraft for the first time
61. September 30, 1931 – commencement of “Die Voortrekkers” in Bloemfontein in South Africa for young Afrikaners
62. September 30, 1933 – debut performance of the dance “As Thousand Cheer” in NYC
63. September 30, 1934 – last play of Babe Ruth on behalf of Yankee
64. September 30, 1934 – St Louis Card achieves their banner and Dizzy Dean triumphs his 30th of the season
65. September 30, 1935 – debut performance of “Porgy & Bess” by Gershwin in Boston
66. September 30, 1935 – The Hoover Bridge across Arizona and Nevada is bestowed by Franklin D Roosevelt
67. September 30, 1936 – termination of the Global Committee on Straits
68. September 30, 1936 – inauguration of the Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire England
69. September 30, 1937 – The 6th Ryder Cup was held at Southport and Ainsdale, England 8-4
70. September 30, 1938 – Czechoslovakia loses some of its countries to Germany by an agreement by Hitler, Mussolini, Daladier, and Chamberlian signed at Munich
71. September 30, 1939 – The football match between Fordham vs Waynesburg at NYC was broadcast on television for the first time
72. September 30, 1939 – Poland divided by Germany and Russia
73. September 30, 1939 – Britain in expectation of a battle sends away the residents
74. September 30, 1940 – 47 German planes were destroyed over England
75. September 30, 1941 – Babi Yar ravine near Kiev, Ukraine becomes the graveyard for 3721 living Jews
76. September 30, 1941 – Germany commences its offensive on Moscow entitled as “Operation Typhoon”
77. September 30, 1941 – By studying the atlas prepared by the National Geographic Magazine, Admiral Chester could locate Guadalcanal
78. September 30, 1942 – the paramilitary force of Nazis – ss – eliminates 3500 Jews in Zelov Lodz Poland within a period of 6 weeks79. September 30, 1943 – issue of a circular by Pope Pius XII on Divine Spirit
80. September 30, 1944 – The assault on German bureaucrats near Putten Neth was not successful
81. September 30, 1944 – seize of Calais by Friends forces
82. September 30, 1944 – The mine works form an association in Dutch
83. September 30, 1945 – a rail accident near Hertfordshire, England leaves 43 dead
84. September 30, 1946 – 22 Nazi chiefs were convicted of war wrongdoings at Nuremberg
85. September 30, 1946 – The court at Nuremberg awards capital punishment to Joachim von Ribbentrop and Hermann Goering
86. September 30, 1947 – A big World Series crowd numbering 73,365 witnessed the Yanks defeating the Dodgers 5-3, and this was broadcast on television
87. September 30, 1949 – Ralph Kiner of Pirates achieves his 54th HR and 16th NL
88. September 30, 1949 – an enhanced process of manufacturing cortisone was enunciated by American chemist Percy L Julian at the Glidden Company
89. September 30, 1950 – the inauguration of the conference of the Global Astronautical Confederation in Paris
90. September 30, 1950 – premiere broadcast of “Grand Ole Opry” on Television
91. September 30, 1950 – TV transmission channel 4 in Nashville, TN starts commencing broadcasting
92. September 30, 1950 – Maryland vanquishes Navy, 35-21 at the College Football Crab Bowl Classic in College Park
93. September 30, 1953 – Auguste/Jacques Picard plunges with a deep diving bell to 3150 m
94. September 30, 1953 – appointment of Earl Warren as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in the US
95. September 30, 1953 – debut performance of “Tea and Sympathy” by Robert Anderson in NYC
96. September 30, 1953 – TV transmission of channel 20 in Springfield, IL starts airing
97. September 30, 1953 – TV transmission of channel 2 in Cedar Rapids-Waterloo, starts broadcasting
98. September 30, 1954 – premiere performance of “Boy Friend” at Royal Theater, NYC. It gave 483 presentations
99. September 30, 1954 – underwater ship equipped with atomic weapons starts functioning under US Navy
100. September 30, 1956 – Jim Derrington started playing for the White Sox as early as 16
101. September 30, 1957 – The Algeria episode forces Mauroy in France to step down
102. September 30, 1957 – TV transmission channel 27 starts airing from Lexington, KY (CBS)
103. September 30, 1958 – France grants freedom to French Guinee to become the Republic of Guinea
104. September 30, 1958 – atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya
105. September 30, 1960 – Clarabelle concludes by saying “Goodbye Kids” at the final performance of Howdy Doody
106. September 30, 1960 – West and East Germany agree on trade and commerce pact
107. September 30, 1960 – Hanna Barbera produced his first inspiring sitcom “The Flintstones” debits on ABC in the US
108. September 30, 1961 – The full cost of tea for the Boston Tea Party was $ 196 and paid by Mayor Snyder of Oregon by cheque
109. September 30, 1962 – President Kennedy orders 3000 national armies to march to Mississippi
110. September 30, 1962 – University offers lessons to James Meredith
111. September 30, 1962 – TV transmission channel 4 starts functioning in Reno, NV
112. September 30, 1962 – TV transmission channel 34 starts airing in Los Angeles, CD
113. September 30, 1962 – LPGA San Diego Golf Open achieved by Mickey Wright
114. September 30, 1962 – an association of United Farm Workers established by Cesar Chavez, a union organizer115. September 30, 1963 – 16 presentations were made by “Student Gypsy” after its debut performance at 84th St Theatre NYC
116. September 30, 1963 – John A. Gronouski of Wisconsin resumes duty as 56th Postmaster General
117. September 30, 1964 – “Oh What a Lovely War” makes 125 presentations after its debut performance at Broadhurst Theatre NYC
118. September 30, 1965 – premiere appearance of Donovan on TV transmission
119. September 30, 1965 – Britain grants freedom to Botswana
120. September 30, 1966 – Atomic test below the earth by USSR
121. September 30, 1967 – a musical exclusive to BBC starts functioning
122. September 30, 1967 – An exhibition of fine arts inaugurated
123. September 30, 1968 – A new association of Major League Umpires established by AL and NL umpires
124. September 30, 1968 – LPGA Seven Lakes Golf Invitational achieved by Sharon Miller
125. “September 30, 1968 – publication of “Love Child” by Supreme
126. September 30, 1969 – Atlanta achieves NL West Banner by winning the 10th win
127. September 30, 1970 – Publication of the new version of the New American Bible
128. September 30, 1970 – Loyalists in Belfast, North Ireland murder a protestant by shooting
129. September 30, 1971 – Third Conference of Bishops in Rome
130. September 30, 1971 – the creation of the Democratic Unionist Party by Ian Paisley and Desmond Boal
131. September 30, 1972 – accident to passenger train leaves 48 dead in Rust Stasie South Africa
132. September 30, 1972 – Roberto Clemente achieves his 3000 hits and was the 11th to get this distinction
133. September 30, 1973 – Nina Kuscssik achieves the lengthy run at the 3rd NYC Woman’s Marathon 2:57:07
134. September 30, 1973 – LPGA Cameron Park Golf Open achieved by Sandra Palmer
135. September 30, 1973 – atomic test below the earth by USSR
136. September 30, 1973 – The manager, Ralph Houk steps down as the Yanks lose the 50th year at Yankee Stadium, 8-5
137. September 30, 1974 – General Antonio de Spinola steps down to make way for General Francisco da Costa Gomesz as President of Portugal
138. September 30, 1975 – in an instant flood of drainage and tunnel water, 5 people lost their life by drowning
139. September 30, 1975 – debut performance of The Hughes, AH 64 aircraft
140. September 30, 1977 – stepping down of Evertsz, head of Dutch Antillean administration
141. September 30, 1977 – publication of the musical “Ringo the 4th “by Ringo Starr
142. September 30, 1977 – atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya USSR
143. September 30, 1977 – A fund crunch in the US forces the ALSEP to shut down
144. September 30, 1977 – Eugenio Lopez, Jr and Sergio Osmena III detained for political reasons in the Philippines gave a slip to prison authorities and ran out of Fort Bonifacio’s closely guarded jail
145. September 30, 1978 – Phillies achieve the BL East championship
146. September 30, 1978 – Cleveland, Houston, NY, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh Phillies achieve the 3rd successive NL East Division championship
147. September 30, 1979 – LPGA Mary Kay Gold Classic achieved by Nancy Lopez
148. September 30, 1980 – fans of the Phillies numbering 1754 witness the game they play in NY Mets at Shea Stadium
149. September 30, 1980 – Iraqi President Saddam Hussein’s peace efforts was declined by Iran
150. September 30, 1980 – atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh, USSR
151. September 30, 1981 – the proposal to host the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea accepted
152. September 30, 1982 – nationwide railway workers stop work in Belgium
153. September 30, 1982 – inauguration of the 12th Commonwealth Games in Brisbane, Australia
154. September 30, 1984 – Stepping down of Bowie Kuhn as Administrator of Baseball
155. September 30, 1984 – debut performance of “Murder She Wrote” featuring Angela Landsbury
156. September 30, 1985 – Howard Stern dismissed from WNBC AM
157. September 30, 1986 – atomic test by the US at Nevada
158. September 30, 1986 – a soviet secret service official, Gennadiy Zakharov was given freedom by the US
159. September 30, 1986 – information on the atomic plan by Israel was transferred to the British press by Mordechai Vanunu and he was hijacked in Rome, Italy
160. September 30, 1987 – approval given to the Constitution of Suriname
161. September 30, 1988 – The External Affair Minister of the Soviet Union, Andrei Andreyevich steps down
162. September 30, 1988 – Gold Medal for jumping 6’8” was awarded to Louise Ritter of the US
163. September 30, 1988 – participation of Robin Givens and Mike Tyson in Barbara Walter’s Show
164. September 30, 1989 – NASA shuts down its operations in Hawaii and Ascension
165. September 30, 1989 – Gambia and Senegal carved out of Senegambia
166. September 30, 1989 – Toronto Blue achieves the AL East Championship
167. September 30, 1989 – permission to move from East Germany to West Germany free of cost was approved in a lecture delivered by the West German Minister at the West German consulate in Prague
168. September 30, 1990 – in a final play at Comiskey Park, Chicago White Sox defeat Seattle, 2-1
169. September 30, 1990 – Pittsburgh Pirates achieves the NL East Championship
170. September 30, 1990 – Canadian praise of Human Rights revealed by Dalai Lama in Ottawa
171. September 30, 1991 – The President of Haiti Rev Jean Betrand Aristide dismissed from his position
172. September 30, 1991 – premiere performance of “The Jerry Springer Show”
173. September 30, 1992 – Garth Brooks achieves the 26th Country Music Association Award
174. September 30, 1992 – George Brett representing KC Royal achieves his 3000th hit and he is the 18th to achieve this distinction
175. September 30, 1992 – a nude picture of Mariel Hemmingway shown on a TV presentation of Civil Wars
176. September 30, 1993 – 28000 perished in Latur in India due to an earthquake of 6.4 magnitude
177. September 30, 1993 – laying down of office by Colin Powell, US General at the age of 56
178. September 30, 1994 – Spacecraft STS 68 sent into space
179. September 30, 1994 – installation of Sylvestre Ntdibantunganya as President of Burundi
180. September 30, 1994 – Vladimir Meciars HZDDS elected from Slovakia constituency
181. September 30, 1995 – Cleve Indian Albert achieves his 50th HR of the term
182. September 30, 1997 – in a biased case, Hooters agrees to pay $2 million
183. September 30, 1997 – the software company, Microsoft issues Internet Explorer 4
184. September 30, 1997 – Yanks defeat Indians, 8-6
185. September 30, 1997 – the musical “Too Close” was announced and it achieved the Billboard Song of the Year 1998
186. September 30, 1999 – The nastiest atomic accident in Japan at the uranium recycling unit in Tokaimura, Tokyo

21st Century – September 30 This Day In History – The 2000s

187. September 30, 2004 – a big invertebrate animal photographed 600 miles south of Tokyo
188. September 30, 2005 – doubtful diagrams of Muhammad are published in the Danish Daily Jyllands-Posten
189. September 30, 2006 – The new constitution of Serbia approved by the Legislature
190. September 30, 2012 – in pre-election propaganda for the President of Venezuela, two legislators were murdered
191. September 30, 2012 – in Iraq, 32 people lost their life in a reckless car bombing
192. September 30, 2012 – Melbourne Storm vanquishes Canterbury Bulldogs and achieves the 2012 NRL Grand Conclusion
193. September 30, 2012 – Europe was victorious 14.5-13.5 at the Medina Country Club the 39th Ryder Cup
194. September 30, 2013 – Baghdad Iraq witnesses a couple of car bombs where 54 people were killed
195. September 30, 2014 – Ebola Virus tranced in Dallas, Texas
196. September 30, 2017 – Indonesian fights for his life successfully with a large snake 7.8 m long in Batang Gansal

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