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1. September 1838 (180 Jahre)
William Clark, American explorer, soldier, Indian agent and territorial governor, dies.
1. September 1914 (104 Jahre)
The Passenger Pigeon becomes extinct.
1. September 1939 (79 Jahre)
Germany invaded Poland, commencing World War II.
1. September 1967 (51 Jahre)
Selbstmord von Ilse Koch, auch "Hexe von Buchenwald" genannt.
2. September 1666 (352 Jahre)
Der große Brand von London vernichtet vier Fünftel der Stadt.
2. September 1937 (81 Jahre)
Pierre de Coubertin franzosischer Baron, Pädagoge und Historiker, stirbt.
2. September 1945 (73 Jahre)
Japan formally surrenders, ending World War II throughout the rest of the world.
3. September 1838 (180 Jahre)
Frederick Douglass escapes from slavery disguised as a sailor.
3. September 1935 (83 Jahre)
Sir Malcolm Campbell reaches a speed of 304.331 miles per hour on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, becoming the first person to drive an auto mobile over 300 mph.
3. September 1939 (79 Jahre)
Beginning of WWII - France, the UK, New Zealand and Australia declare war on Germany after the invasion of Poland.
3. September 1943 (75 Jahre)
WWII: The Allied invasion of Italy began.
3. September 1991 (27 Jahre)
Frank Russell Capra, erfolgreicher Hollywood-Regisseur der 1930er/40er mit italienischen Wurzeln, stirbt.
4. September 1768 (250 Jahre)
François-René de Chateaubriand, French historian and politician, was born.
4. September 1888 (130 Jahre)
George Eastman registers the name Kodak as a trademark.
4. September 1888 (130 Jahre)
Oskar Schlemmer, German painter and sculptor, is born.
4. September 1985 (33 Jahre)
The first pictures of the wreck of the Titanic are released 73 years after the liner sank with the loss of 1,500 lives.
5. September 1793 (225 Jahre)
French Revolution: The French National Convention initiated the Reign of Terror.
5. September 1838 (180 Jahre)
Charles Percier, French architect who designed the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, died.
5. September 1847 (171 Jahre)
Jesse James, amerikanischer Bandit, Mörder und Mitglied der James-Younger-Gang, wird geboren.
5. September 1914 (104 Jahre)
The Battle of Marne occurs during World War I.
5. September 1997 (21 Jahre)
Mutter Theresa, Ordensschwester, Missionarin, und Heilige, stirbt.
6. September 1939 (79 Jahre)
Arthur Rackham, the British book illustrator famous for Alice's Adventues in Wonderland, A Christmas Carol and many more, died.
6. September 1997 (21 Jahre)
Beerdigung von Diana, Princess of Wales, auf Althorp.
7. September 1556 (462 Jahre)
Süleyman der Prächtige, Sultan des Osmanischen Reiches, stirbt.
7. September 1813 (205 Jahre)
United States was nicknamed "Uncle Sam". Samuel Wilson, a meat packer from NY stamped the barrels with "U.S." for United States, but soldiers began referring to the grub as "Uncle Sam's."
7. September 1866 (152 Jahre)
Tristan Bernard, französischer Schriftsteller und Dramatiker, wird geboren.
7. September 1940 (78 Jahre)
World War II: The Blitz - Nazi Germany begins to rain bombs on London. This will be the first of 57 consecutive nights of bombing.
7. September 1968 (50 Jahre)
Lucio Fontana, Argentine born Italian Sculptor and Painter, died.
8. September 1888 (130 Jahre)
Annie Chapman's body, the 2nd canonical victim of Jack the Ripper, was found in Whitechapel.
8. September 1936 (82 Jahre)
Reichsparteitag der Ehre in Nürnberg.

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