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Things to Remember on Sep 3rd

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1651 – Battle of Worcester : Oliver Cromwell’s New Model army destroys English royalist force of mainly Scots in last battle of English Civil War

1683 – Turkish Troop break through defence of Vienna

1697 – King William’s war in America ends with Treaty of Ryswick

1731 – William KH Friso installed as Viceroy of Friesland  

1752 – Britain and British Empire (including the American colonies) adopt the Gregorian calendar, losing 11 Days. People riot thinking the government stole 11 days of their lives.

1777 – Flag of the United states flown in battle for the first time at Cooch’s Bridge, Delaware a skirmish during American Revolutionary war

1812  – World’s 1st cannery (Donkin, Hall and Gamble) opens in London, England to supply food to the Royal Navy

1833 – New York Sun begins publishing (1st daily newspaper)

1924 – Civil Breaks out in china ( Gen Tsi moves to Shanghai)

1939 – World war II : Britain declares war on Germany after invasion of Poland. France follows 6 hrs later quickly joined by Australia, New Zealand, South Africa & Canada

1965 – preparing a move to Anaheim, the Los Angeles change their name to the California Angels

1967 – Sweden begins driving on right – hand side of road (Dagen H)

1974 – US & German Democratic republic establish diplomatic relations

1995 – eBay (Electronic bay ) founded by pierre  omidyar

2013 – Microsoft purchases Nokia for $7.2 Billion

2017 – Governor of California Jerry Brown issues state of emergency due to La Tuna brush fire near Los Angeles


1935 – 1st automobile to exceed 300mph, Malcolm Campbell powers Bluebird to 301.129mph at Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah

1941–1st use of Zyclon-B gas in Auschwitz (on Russian prisoners of war)

1976 – Viking 2 soft lands on Mars (Utopia), returns Photos

1985 – 20th Space Shuttle Mission (51-I) Discovery 6 returns to earth


1889 – US National Championship men’s Tennis, Newport R.I.: Defending Champion Henry Slocum defeats Quincy Shaw 6-3,6-1,4-6,6-2

1904 – For the only time in Olympic Games history, there is a throw – off in the  discus final after American’s Martin Sheridan & Ralph Rose tie with a best throw of 128’101/2” in st.,Louis ; Sheridan wins with 127’101/4” 

1972 – American Swimmer Mark Spitz wins coveted 100m gold medal in world record 51.22 at the Munich  Olympics; completes the freestyle sprint double having already won 200m in world record 1:52:78

2011 – Following his disqualification in the 100m, Jamaica’s Usain Bolt runs a season best 19.40 tp win the 200m at the World Athletics Championship in South Korea.
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