Things to Remember On Sept 6

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1492 – Christopher Columbus fleet leaves Gomera, canary islands

1522 – Ferdinand Magellan’s Spanish expedition aboard the Vitoria returns to Spanish without  their caption. First to circumnavigate the earth

1622 – Spanish silver fleet disappears off Florida keys; 1000 die

1642 – English long parliament issues Ordinance closure of London theatres including the Globe theatre, once part – owned by William Shakespeare

1716 – 1st light house built in north America (Boston)

1732 – VOC dismisses Dutch east indies governor – general Diederik Dare

1866 – Frederick Douglass is 1st black delegate to a national convention

1886 – Queen Victoria establishes Distinguished Service Order (DSO)

1914 – World war I: First Battle of the Marne begins, French and British forces prevent German advance on Paris (till the 12th September)

1939 – World war II : the battle of Barking Creek

1983 – Soviet union admits that it shot down the south Korean airliner KAL 007 on September 1st

1997 – Funeral of Diana, princess of Wales held at Westminster Abbey in London

2012 – Barack Obama accepts the Democratic nomination for US president


1819 – Thomas Blanchard patents Lathe

1899 – Carnation process its first can of evaporated milk

1913 – 1st aircraft to loop the loop – Adolf Pegoud in France

1958 – US performs nuclear test at  Atlantic Ocean

1987 – conjoined twins Benjamin & Patrick Binder separated at john Hopkins hospital


1880 – Commencement of 1st test cricket in England vs Australia at the Oval

1930 – 3rd women’s world games (track & field competition for women) is conducted over 3-days at the Letna stadium in Prague, Czechoslovakia

1953 – Roy Campanella sets record for HRs by a catcher at 38

1994 – Tom Dolan swims world record 400m medley (4:12:30)

2008 – US Open Women’s Tennis : Serena Williams wins her third US title; beats Jelena Jankovic of Serbia 6-4, 7-5

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