18 September historical events in English
18 september historical events
Friends, today we know about the critical events of September 18, as well as know about births and deaths on September 18,
Born 18 September
- 1709 English writer, lexicographer Samuel Johnson was born.
- 1905 Swedish actress Greta Garbo was born.
- 1950 Hindi film’s famous actress Shabana Azmi was born.
- 1971 American model, actress Jada Pinkett Smith was born.
- 1976 Brazilian great football player “Ronaldo Rice Negriio de Lima” was taken.
Those people who died today
- 1783 Swiss mathematician, physicist Leonhard Euler died.
- 1970 American singer-songwriter, guitarist, producer Jimi Hendrix died.
- 1830 English critic, painter William Hazlitt died.
Historical events of September 18
The 1809 Royal Opera House was open in London.
1837 Tiffany & Co. (named for the first time Tiffany and Young) was founded by Charles Lewis Tiffany and Teddy Young in New York City; the shop was called “Stationery and Fancy Goods Emporium”.
1838 The Anti-Corn Law League was established by Richard Cobden.
1850 U.S. The Congress passed the Fusewave Slave Act of 1850.
1851 The first publication of The New York Daily Times, which later became The New York Times.
1872 King Oscar II captured the throne of Sweden-Norway.
The 1882 Pacific Stock Exchange was open.
In Amsterdam in 1910, 25,000 exhibited for the universal franchise.
The 1911 Russian premier was shot in the Kiev opera house of the Piotr Stallionpin.
1919 The Netherlands gave women the right to vote.
18 September historical events
1919 Fritz Pollard became the first African American to play professional football for Akron Prose, a prominent team.
1922 Hungary was admitted to the League of Nations.
The 1927 Columbia Broadcasting System was on the air.
1934 the Soviet Union was admitted to the League of Nations.
The German submarine U-48 submerged the 1940 British liner of Bonaire SS City; 77 children killed were included in refugees
1943 World War II: Adolf Hitler ordered the deportation of Danish Jews.
1944 World War II: British submarine HMS Tradewind torpedo juneo maru, 5,600 killed
1946 Faroe Islands announced independence from Denmark.
1947 National Security Council and Central Intelligence Agency were established in the United States under the National Security Act.
Margaret Chase Smith of Menon, 1948 became the first woman elected to the United States Senate when she defeated Democratic opponent Adrian Schulten.
1959 Vanguard 3 was launched in Earth orbit
1960 Fidel Castro had reached New York City as head of the Cuban delegation in the United Nations.
18 September historical events
1961 U.N. General Secretary Dag Hammarszolland died in a plane crash while negotiating peace in the war-capi Katanga area of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
1973 The Bahamas, East Germany and West Germany were admitted to the United Nations.
1974 Storm Fife attacked Honduras with 110 mph winds, in which 5000 people were killed
1981 Assembly Nationale voted in France to end the sentence of death.
1990 Liechtenstein became a member of the United Nations.
1997 United States media magnate Ted Turner donated 1 billion US dollars in the United Nations.
The 1997 anti-personnel mine ban conference was adopted.
2011 2011 Sikkim earthquake was felt in North Eastern India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and southern Tibet.
2014 Scotland voted 55% to 44% against independence from the United Kingdom.
2015 Two security personnel, 17 worshipers and 13 terrorists were killed in a mosque after a Tehrik-e-Taliban attack on a Pakistani air base in the outskirts of Peshawar
In the Indian administered Kashmir, 70 Indian Army security personnel were killed by anti-government militants.
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