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Famous Events For September 5 – Today In History

September 5: Today in History – Historical Events

Early Centuries – September 5 Historic Events – Before the 1700s

  1. September 5, 1198 – the crowning of Philips pf Zwabia, Prince of Hohenstaufen and king of Germany and King of Romans
  2. September 5, 1519 – a battle between Herman Cortes and Tlascla Aztecs at Tehuacingo
  3. September 5, 1550 – William Cecil proclaims himself as minister for foreign affairs
  4. September 5, 1590 – Henry IV of France was asked to give up the siege of Paris by the defense forces of Farnese

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  5. September 5, 1596 – commander of the Dutch army, Cornelis de Houtman was kept as a captive in Java
  6. September 5, 1622 – appointment of Richelieu as Chief below French King Louis XIII
  7. September 5, 1634 – combined armies of King Ferdinand III and Spain crush Sweden and German protestants
  8. September 5, 1644 – Sas of Gent defeated by Prince Frederick Henry
  9. September 5, 1661 – The Chief of Moneys under Louis XIV, Nicolas Fouquet was detained, and died in 1680 but was not released
  10. September 5, 1666 – Big inferno in London put off not before destroying 13200 houses and killing 8
  11. September 5, 1698 – The Russian king Peter the Great enacts a law to tax beards

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    18th Century – What Happened on September 5 – The 1700s

  12. September 5, 1750 – yearly search of homes of all Jews to find unsure or stolen materials by a ruling in Paderborn Prussia
  13. September 5, 1774 – Trade restriction with the British by 12 out of 13 American states approved by the first Congress at Carpenters’ Hill in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  14. September 5, 1781 – The British were vanquished by the French trapping Cornwallis at the war of Virginia Capes
  15. September 5, 1786 – inauguration of Mont Plaisir Ceramic Plant in Schaerbeek, Belgium
  16. September 5, 1793 – commencement of the “Rule of Fear” as part of the French Revolution
  17. September 5, 1795 – no war agreement between USA and Algiers established
  18. September 5, 1796 – Jews of Bologna, Italy enjoy equal rights as per the decision of General Salicetti
  19. September 5, 1798 – mobilization law comes into effect in France

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    19th Century – September 5 This Day That Year – The 1800s

  20. September 5, 1800 – Malta concedes defeat to the British after they blocked the French army
  21. September 5, 1814 – East Prussia cleared of Russians by the Germans at the Combat of Masurische Meren
  22. September 5, 1816 – Louis XVIII ends the Chamber of Deputies
  23. September 5, 1836 – installation of Sam Houston as President of the Republic of Texas
  24. September 5, 1838 – inauguration of chief gallery in Utrecht Netherlands
  25. September 5, 1839 – commencement of the first Anglo-Chinese battle over British trade in China
  26. September 5, 1844 – iron metal mines found in the Mesabi Mountains in Minnesota
  27. September 5, 1862 – General Lee arrives in Maryland after crossing the Potomac

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  28. September 5, 1863 – rebellion in Mobile, Alabama
  29. September 5, 1964 – allied forces of British, French and Dutch confronted Japan in Shimonoseki Straits
  30. September 5, 1864 – Achille Francois Bazaine was installed as chief of the army in France
  31. September 5, 1877 – a group of blacks guided by Pap Singleton inhibit in Kansas
  32. September 5, 1879 – American Arctic Explorer and Commander of Jeannette, George Washington De Long, was confined in ice with his staff during his efforts to reach the North Pole
  33. September 5, 1882 – workers numbering about 10,000 participated in the 1st Labour Day march in NYC
  34. September 5, 1885 – 1st petrol pump supplied to petrol dealer

  35. September 5, 1887 – fire in Theatre Royal due to petrol lamp catching fire and killing 200
  36. September 5, 1889 – copyrights for contemporary bra given to German Christine Hardt
  37. September 5, 1895 – George Washington Murray voted to Congress from SC

    20th Century – Important Events On This Day September 5 – 1900

  38. September 5, 1900 – France announces claim over Chad
  39. September 5, 1901- formation of an association of Professional Baseball players at the National level
  40. September 5, 1905 – debut performance of ´No Mother to Guide” guided by Lillian Mortimer at Detroit

  41. September 5, 1905 – US President Theodore Roosevelt was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace for his efforts in getting Russia and Japan to agree to terminate the war
  42. September 5, 1905 – important personalities numbering 50 assembled in a hotel in Sydney, Australia for fear of battle after Japan vanquished Russia to form a National Defense League
  43. September 5, 1907 – King Edward VII of Great Britain discusses with the foreign minister of Russia, Alexander Izvolski, the ways and means of reinforcing their rapport
  44. September 5, 1908 – Dodger Nap Rucker defeats Boston Braves, 6-0
  45. September 5, 1914 – the combined armies of British and France stop the advancement of German forces on Paris at the War of Marine
  46. September 5, 1914 – The French shifted their head office to Chatillon-sur-Seine
  47. September 5, 1914 – Treaty of London established amongst Gr Britain, France, Belgium, and Russia
  48. September 5, 1914 – gold coins from the mint in Canada banned
  49. September 5, 1914 – telecommunication services made available for intercontinental communication, even to the German embassy for sending veiled communication by an order of US President Woodrow Wilson
  50. September 5, 1915 – meeting in Zimmerwald, Switzerland against war
  51. September 5, 1915 – King Nicholas II becomes the Chief of the Army in Russia given losses by Russia
  52. September 5, 1916 – R Norris Williams defeats William Johnson at the 36th US Men’s National Championship

  53. September 5, 1918 – The start of the 15th World Series advanced by one month given WW I
  54. September 5, 1918 – issue of verdict on ‘On Red Terror’ in Russia
  55. September 5, 1920 – memorial made of iron shown at Stone churches, Flanders
  56. September 5, 1922 – USA vanquishes Australia in New York at the 17th Davis Cup (4-1)
  57. September 5, 1922 – Yankees play their concluding play at Polo Grounds
  58. September 5, 1923 – Gene La Rue and Kid Pancho instantaneously KO each other
  59. September 5, 1925 – a state high temperature of 112 F at Centerville, Alabama
  60. September 5, 1925 – Bobby Jones achieves the 29th Golf Amateur Championship
  61. September 5, 1927 – Red Sox vanquish Yankees 12-11
  62. September 5, 1929- French Prime Minister A Briand wants Europe to be similar to the United States viz the United States of Europe
  63. September 5, 1932 – The upper French Volta is trifurcated between Ivory Coast, French Sudan and Niger

  64. September 5, 1936 – Red Sox score three outs in the same continuous game with the Yankees
  65. September 5, 1937 – seize of Llanes during the Spanish Civil Battle
  66. September 5, 1939 – Australia vanquishes USA in Haverford in the 34th Davis Cup (3-2)
  67. September 5, 1939 – US President Roosevelt announces non-alignment at the beginning of WW II in Europe
  68. September 5, 1939 – New Zealand proclaimed that it would back Britain in its battle against German
  69. September 5, 1942 – conclusion of battle at Alam Halfa
  70. September 5, 1942 – combined action of Britain and the US in shelling Le Havre and Bremen
  71. September 5, 1943 – A US aircraft arrives in Nadzab, New Guinea
  72. September 5, 1944 – Dutch Nazi- co-workers numbering 65000 escape to Germany
  73. September 5, 1944 – Terneuzen sends five rioters to the gallows
  74. September 5, 1944 – association of Friendly Armies releases Brussels
  75. September 5, 1944- agreement on levy of customs among Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands established
  76. September 5, 1944 – Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister arrives in Scotland
  77. September 5, 1944 – Prince Bernhard takes Dutch Arny under his control
  78. September 5, 1946 – commencement of “Yours Is My Heart” at Shubert Theatre NYC and accomplish 36 presentations
  79. September 5, 1946 – debut major league baseball match by Joe Garagiola
  80. September 5, 1948 – Robert Schuman, Foreign Minister in France was also the President of the Council to discuss the most important conditions to terminate the WW II
  81. September 5, 1949 – Pancho Gonzales triumphs Ted Schroeder in the 69th US Men’s National Championship (16-18,2-6,6-1,6-2,6-4)

  82. September 5, 1949 – Margaret Osborne du Pont defeats Doris Hart (6-4,6-1) at the 63rd US Women’s National Championship
  83. September 5, 1950 – state high 98.3 cm rainfall at Yankeetown, Florida
  84. September 5, 1950 – Art Larsen vanquishes Herb Flam (6-3,4-6,5-7,6-4,6-3) at the 70th US Men’s National Championship
  85. September 5, 1950- Margaret Osborne de Pont vanquishes Doris Hart (6-3,6-3) at the 64th US Women’s National Championship
  86. September 5, 1951 – Frank Sedgman defeats Vic Seixas (6-4,6-1,6-1) at the 712th US Men’s National Championship
  87. September 5, 1951 – Maureen Connolly triumphs Shirley Fry Irvin (6-3,1-6,6-4) at the 65th US Women’s National Championship
  88. September 5, 1952 – Installation of General Carlos Ibanez as president of Chile
  89. September 5, 1953 – first privately operated apparatus to produce heat by nuclear fission – Raleigh, NC
  90. September 5, 1953 – US sanctions $45 million in assistance to Persia through its Prime Minister, Zahedi
  91. September 5, 1954 – Dutch aircraft meets with an accident at Shannon leaving 28 dead
  92. September 5, 1955 – Fred Kaps accomplishes to become a magician of international repute
  93. September 5, 1955 – Dodger Don Newcombe achieves NL pitcher best.
  94. September 5, 1955 – TV Transmission Network 5 in Mobile debuts
  95. September 5, 1955 – debut broadcasting by WTTW TV Transmission network 11 in Chicago, IL
  96. September 5, 1956 – in a train accident in Springer, NM, 20 persons die
  97. September 5, 1957 – Cuban autocrat, Fulgencio Batista orders the rebellion in Cienfuegos to be shelled
  98. September 5, 1957 – a book entitled “New Class Marine Officers” authored by Milovan Djilas vetoed in Yugoslavia
  99. September 5, 1957 – Viking Press in New York printed the book, “On the Road” authored by Jack Kerouac
  100. September 5, 1958 – a storybook, “Doctor Zhivago” authored by Boris Pasternak printed in the US
  101. September 5, 1958 – inauguration of WKPC TV Transmission network 15 in Louisville, KY
  102. September 5, 1959 – Wash Senator Jim Lemon achieves his 6 RBIs in an inning and was the 7th score this
  103. September 5, 1960 – gold medal awarded to Cassius Clay at the Olympic lightweight competition
  104. September 5, 1960 – Prime Minister Lumumba of Congo was dismissed by President Kasavubu
  105. September 5, 1960 – Wilma Rudolph achieves her 2nd gold medal
  106. September 5, 1960 – installation of poet Leopold Sedar Senghor as the first President of Senegal by vote
  107. September 5, 1960 – A.J.Fovt achieves his first car triumphs at Du Quoin, Ill, State Fairgrounds
  108. September 5, 1961 – The atomic test by JF Kennedy started
  109. September 5, 1961 – USSR conducts atomic test at Eastern Kazakh
  110. September 5, 1961 – Decree approved by President JF Kennedy against capture
  111. September 5, 1962 – 2nd European Cup Winner’s Cup achieved by Atletico of Spain versus ACF Fiorentina of Italy (3-0) played at Stuttgart
  112. September 5, 1966 –1st fundraising performance, Jerry Lewis collects 1 million
  113. September 5, 1966 – debut broadcasting of WRLK TV transmission network 35 in Columbia, SC

  114. September 5, 1967 – Cyclone Beuleah hits the Caribbean, Mexico, and Texas and kills 54
  115. September 5, 1967 – debut airing of TV Transmission network 14 in Sioux City, IA
  116. September 5, 1968 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh, USSR
  117. September 5, 1969 – In the national Dutch national polling, Frente Obrero triumphs
  118. September 5, 1970 – 15 cm rainfall recorded at Bug Point, Utah
  119. September 5, 1971 – first play by Astros pitcher achieving 15 Giants in a 5-3 victory
  120. September 5, 1972 – Israeli competitors about 11 in number taken captive and murdered later by the Palestinian Black September assembly at the Munich Olympics
  121. September 5, 1972 – hundreds were taken ill in Meuse Valley Belgium by chemical leakage
  122. September 5, 1973 – the inauguration of “Desert Song” at Uris Theatre and completes 15 presentations
  123. September 5, 1973 – first one-day international cricket WI vs Eng. WI lost by 1 wicket
  124. September 5, 1973 – developed countries form an association of producers and appeal for Israel to vacate Arab domains
  125. September 5, 1975 – failed attempt on the life of US President Gerald Ford by Lynette Fromme in Sacramento
  126. September 5, 1975 – Prime Minister of Portugal, Goncalves steps down
  127. September 5, 1976 – after 48 presentations at Lunt Fontaine Theatre NYC, “Rex” concludes
  128. September 5, 1976 – valedictory of “Very Good Eddie” at Booth Theatre NYC after 307 presentations
  129. September 5, 1976 – LPGA Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Golf Classic achieved by Sandra Palmer.
  130. September 5, 1977 – first performance by Cleaveland Indians of “I Hate the Yankee Hankey Night”
  131. September 5, 1977 – 12th Fundraising performance by Jerry Lewis
  132. September 5, 1977 – the abduction of West German commercial professional Hanns Martin Schleyer and later murdered by the Red Army Group
  133. September 5, 1977 – launch of the spacecraft Voyager by the US towards Jupiter, Saturn
  134. September 5, 1978 – A discussion on the efforts to bring peace between Egypt and Israel started at Camp David between Anwar Sadat, Menachem Begin, and Jimmy Carter
  135. September 5, 1979 – Canada announces the sale of its 1st gold coin
  136. September 5, 1979 – Earl Mountain was cremated at Westminster Abbey with official formalities
  137. September 5, 1979 – seizure of Piranshahr by Iran
  138. September 5, 1979 – Roscoe performs his powerful serves and upsets top-ranking Bjorn Borg in the US Tennis Open quarterfinals
  139. September 5, 1980 – Edward Gierek steps down as leader of the party in Poland
  140. September 5, 1980- Inauguration of the longest road subway at St Gotthard in the Swiss Alps.
  141. September 5, 1982 – Jay Sigel achieves the 82nd US Golf Amateur Championship
  142. September 5, 1982 – the best speed of 229 mph was achieved by Eddie Hill in a boat using a revolving shaft.
  143. September 5, 1983 – the landing of the 8th spacecraft at Edwards AFB
  144. September 5, 1983 – 18th fundraising performance by Jerry Lewis collected $ 30,691,627
  145. September 5, 1983 – LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic achieved by Lauri Peterson
  146. September 5, 1984 –Landing of spacecraft Discovery One at Edwards AFB
  147. September 5, 1986 – Whitney Houston achieves 3rd MTV Video award
  148. September 5, 1986 – 20 passengers were murdered by taking captive a Pan Am 73 aircraft at Karachi airport, Pakistan
  149. September 5, 1986 – launch of spacecraft Department of Defence 1
  150. September 5, 1987- McEnroe outburst against US Tennis Open and gets fined $17,500
  151. September 5, 1987 – Carl Lewis achieves gold in Men’s Long Jump at the 2nd World Championship in Athletics
  152. September 5, 1988 – LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic achieved by Betsy King
  153. September 5, 1988 – 23rd fundraising performance by Jerry Lewis collects $ 41,132,113
  154. September 5, 1989 – Chris Evert plays her concluding US Open match and is vanquished by Zima Garrison
  155. September 5, 1989 – appointment of Deborah Norville as news commentator for Today Show
  156. September 5, 1990 – Iraq President Saddam Hussein presses Arabs to revolt against the West
  157. September 5, 1990 – Pete Sampras halts the efforts of Ivan Lendl to achieve the 9th US Open final match
  158. September 5, 1991 – REM achieves the 8th MTV Video Music Award
  159. September 5, 1991 – Nelson Mandela voted to power as President of the African National Congress
  160. September 5, 1993 – Valedictory of “Fool Moon” at Richard Rodgers Theatre after 207 performances
  161. September 5, 1993 – Valedictory of “Jelly’s Last Jam” at Virginia after 569 presentations
  162. September 5, 1993 – Valedictory of “Will Rogers Follies ” at Palace Theatre NYC after 983 presentations
  163. September 5, 1993 – F.Murray Abraham discharged from hospital after a car accident
  164. September 5, 1993 – World’s best in running a mile achieved by Noureddine Morceli ( 3:44,39)
  165. September 5, 1994 – LPGA State Farm Rail Golf Classic achieved by Barb Mucha
  166. September 5, 1994 – 29th fundraising performance by Jerry Lewis collects $47,100,000
  167. September 5, 1994 – The 100m freestyle women’s swimming world’s best achieved by Jingyi Le (54.01 sec)
  168. September 5, 1994- Kirgizia steps down as government head
  169. September 5, 1995 – Cal Ripken Jr equals the performance of Gehrig’s play of 2130 straight plays
  170. September 5, 1996 – inauguration of “Summer and Smoke” at Criterion Theatre NYC
  171. September 5, 1996 – crude oil prices advanced when US rockets hit Iraq on the market speculation when Iraq would be exporting oil
  172. September 5, 1997 – 2004 Olympics to be played in Athens, Greece
  173. September 5, 1997 – Orioles defeat Yankees, 13-9, in stretched 9 innings play

    21st Century – September 5 This Day In History – The 2000s

  174. September 5, 2000 – debut cruise by The Haverstraw-Ossining Ferry
  175. September 5, 2005 – air accident involving Mandala aircraft 091 that fell on the populous city of Sumatra, Indonesia killing 104 travellers and 39 on the ground
  176. September 5, 2007 – 3 extremists belonging to the Al-Qaeda group who tried to strike Frankfurt aerodrome and US military fittings were arrested in Germany
  177. September 5, 2009 – commemoration in Denmark of the first national flag day in remembrance of Danes
  178. September 5, 2012 – accidental explosion in a pyrotechnic factory kills 54 persons and 50 wounded in Nadu
  179. September 5, 2012 – Greece adopts a 6-day working week as an austerity plan
  180. September 5, 2012 – An inferno in an ammunition shop leaves 25 dead and 4 injured in Afyon, Turkey
  181. September 5, 2014 – according to a survey conducted by WHO, the Ebola virus infected 3500 in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Senegal, and Sierra Leone out of which 1900 were fatal
  182. September 5, 2015 – cucumbers from Mexico were suspected as the cause of the Salmonella epidemic and caused one dead, hundred fall sick as estimated by US Health Officials.

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