Things to Remember On Sept 19

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1523 – Emperor Charles I & England sign anti-French convenant

1642 – Perpignan surrenders to French Troops

1676 – Rebels under Nathaniel Bacon set Jamestown, Virginia on Fire

1755 – Great Britain and Russia sign military agreement

1795 – Tula, leader of Curacao slave opposition, imprisoned

1838 – Ephraim Morris patents railroad brake

1865 – Atlanta University founded

1893 – New Zealand becomes the first country to grant all women the right to vote

1944 – Armistice between Finland and Soviet Union is signed (End of the Constitution War)

1950 – UN reject membership of China’s people Republic

1952 – The united States bars Charlie Chaplin from re-entered the country after a trip to England

1975 – Indonesia sends troops to Portuguese East Timor

1985 – 8.1 earthquakes in Maxico City Kills an estimated 10,000 and leaves 2,50,000 homeless

2017 – US president Donald Trump addresses the United Nations vowing to “totally destroy North Korea” if threatens the US


1848 – Hyperion, moon of Saturn, discovered by Bond(US) & Lassell (England)

1854 – Henry Meyor patents sleeping rail car

1876 – 1st carpet sweeper patented

1957 – 1st underground nuclear explosion at Las Vegas Nevada

1980 – Titan II missile explosion (Damascus, AR)

1981 – Satellites China 10 & 11 launched into Earth orbit by  B-1 rocket

1988 – Israel launches 1st Satellite, for secret military reconnaissance

2019 – North America has lost 3 billion birds (29%) since 1970 according to analysis published in “science”


1912 – Soccer team NAC (Noad Advendo Combination) forms in Breda

1925 – US National Championship Men’s Tennis, Forest Hills NY: Bill Tilden wins 6th consecutive US title; beats Bill Johnston for 4th Straight year 4-6, 11-9, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3

1955 – Cubs slugger Ernie Banks hits record 5th grand slam of season

1988 – US women’s all-round gymnastics team is controversially penalised 0.5 after compulsory round at the Seoul Olympics; substitute an alternate athlete on uneven bars medal podium; Americans finish 4th just 0.3 behind East Germany

1992 – Barry Bonds joins Willie Mays, Howard Johnson & Ron Gant having (2) 30 – HR / 30 – steal MLB seasons

2007 – MS Dhoni named Captain of Indian Cricket team for the 1st time for the ICC  World Twenty 20

2017  – New MLB record for most home runs in a season, no.5,694 hit by Alex Gordon of the Kansas City Royals. Source : Internet

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