19 September historical events in English
19 september historical events
Friends, today we know about the critical events of September 19, as well as know about births and deaths on September 19,
Born 19 September
- 1911 English writer, poet, playwright and Nobel laureate William Gollinger was born.
- 1934 English talent manager Brian Epstein was born.
Those people who died today
- 1881 U.S. statesman and 20th President James A. Garfield died
- 1968 American physicist and the inventor of Xerography, who was the inventor of Westchester Carlson, died.
- 1985 Italian journalist and writer Italo Calvino died.
Historical events of September 19
1868 La Gloriosa began in Spain.
1881 Vice President Chester A. Arthur became President after the death of American President James A. Garfield.
1893 Women’s Franchise: In New Zealand, the 1893 election act was agreed by the governor in which all women were given the right to vote in New Zealand.
1916 During the Eastern African campaign of World War I, under the command of General Charles Tombyer, Colonial Armed Forces of Belgian Congo (Force Public) captured Tabor City after a massive fight.
1944 World War II: Battle of Hertzon Forest began between the United States and Nazi Germany.
1944 Ceasefire was signed between Finland and the Soviet Union.
After the speech by Winston Churchill at the University of Zurich in 1946, the Council of Europe was established.
1952 United States stopped Charlie Chaplin from entering the country after the visit to England.
19 September historical events
1957 was the first American underground nuclear bomb test.
The first Glastonbury Festival was organized in 1970 in a farm-related to Michael Aivis.
1971 Montgunned soldiers of South Vietnam revolted against the rule of Guyana Khan, in which 70 ethnic Vietnamese soldiers were killed.
1976 Turkish Airlines Flight 452 the Taurus Mountains, Outskirt of Karatepe, Osmania, Turkey, all 154 passengers, and crew were assassinated.
The 1978 Solomon Islands had joined the United Nations.
1983 Saint Kitts and Nevis had achieved its independence.
1991 Otzi The Iceman discovered the Alps on the border between Italy and Austria.
19 September historical events
1995 Washington Post and The New York Times published Unabomber’s manifesto.
2006 Thai Army canceled the constitution in a coup staged in Bangkok and was declared martial law.
2011 NASA prepared Space Launch System (SLS) to send astronauts to the other destinations of the universe, besides the Moon and Mars.
2011 Akhila Mohammed Khan ‘Shaharyar’ was awarded the 44th Jnanpith award of 2008 for his contribution to Urdu literature.
2017 On the 32nd anniversary of the Mexico City earthquake of 1985, a powerful quake invaded Mexico, resulting in 370 deaths and more than 6,000 injuries, as well as extensive damage.
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