The September 22nd is the 265e Jour of the Année (266e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier. There remain 100 days before the end of the year.
1 to 1900
515: The king burgonde Sigismond founds the Abbaye of Saint-Maurice d' Agaune.
- 530: Beginning of the Pontificate of Boniface II.
- 1499 : The Turks devastate Vicence, in Italy.
- 1504 : Louis XII sign one of the treated of Blois. This treaty envisages the marriage of Claude, girl of Louis XII, eight years old, with that which will become Charles Quint.
- 1609 : The duke of Zerma drives out 500.000 Moors of Spain.
- 1711 : A French task force seizes Rio de Janeiro.
- 1792 : First day under the French Republic. First New Year's Day I of the republican Calendar.
- 1822 : Champollion deciphers the Hiéroglyphe S of the Égyptiens. Scientists, jealous of his success, will criticize its work, but he triumphs.
- 1862 : The president Abraham Lincoln issues the release of all the slaves to the the United States, as from the 1863.
- 1895 : With Madrid alternate Spain, of Jose García Rodríguez known as “El Algabeño”, Spanish Matador.
1903 : Italo Marchiony deposits a patent for the cone of ice.
- 1908 : The Ottoman Empire recognizes the Bulgaria.
- 1927 : The Esclavage is abolished in Sierra Leone.
- 1928 : Automatic first telephone center in France.
- 1932 : Ibn Saud gives the name of Saudi Arabia to its country
- 1949: The Soviet Union explodes its first atomic bomb, four years after the first nuclear explosion American. The Americans are persuaded of the treason of their scientists and make hunting for the traitors.
- 1957 : François Duvalier is elected president of the Haitian République.
- 1959 : The first underwater telephone cable between the Europe and the the United States is inaugurated.
- 1960 : After the failure of the Federation of Mali, the French Sudan breaks all its bonds with the France and proclaims its independence under name “Republic of the Mali”, chaired by Modibo Keïta.
- 1965 : Cease-fire enters the India and the Pakistan.
- 1968 : End of the displacement of the temples of Abou-Simbel, in Egypt, made necessary by the construction of the Stopping of Aswan and financed by the international community under the aegis of UNESCO.
- 1971 : The State of the Costa Rica acquires for the sum symbolic system of a dollar 65% of the capital of the Raffinerie costaricaine of oil .
- 1973 : Henry Kissinger becomes first American naturalized to occupy the functions of Secretary of State.
- 1974 : A cyclone makes 5.000 dead with the Honduras.
- 1975 : Opening of the lawsuit of Ronald DeFeo Jr., which, in a house of Amityville, assassination six members of his family with a rifle 35 mm the November 13rd 1974. At the time of this lawsuit, he will say to be had by a voice which would have ordered to him to kill. He will be condemned to 125 years of prison.
- 1976 : The American probe Viking confirms that the planet Mars has an icecap.
- 1977 : Rupture of the Union of the left in France.
- 1979 : Incident Calved in the Atlantique - Southern
- 1980: Beginning of the Iraq-Iran conflict. Engagements between troops Iran iennes and Iraq iennes burst with the border and quickly take the form of a war with large scales.
- 1981 : Opening of the line TGV Paris-Lyon.
- 1984 : François Mitterrand and Helmut Kohl seals the Franco-German friendship with Verdun, by being held by the hand during the Marseillaise.
- 1985 :
- the Prime Minister Laurent Fabius confirms that in fact French agents of DGSE ran the Rainbow Warrior , the ship of Greenpeace.
- Creation with the Theater of the Fenice of Venice, within the framework of the Biennial , of “Assaï” of Pascal Dusapin.
- Large seism with Mexico City, of the hundreds of buildings are broken down and the city enters in chaos.
- 1987 : With Villaviciosa de Odón (Spain, province of Madrid), alternate of Jose Pedro Prados Martín known as “El Fundi”, Spanish Matador.
- 1988 : The Lebanese president Amine Gemayel bids his farewell at the end of his mandate, without a successor being designated; the Lebanon does not have any more a president.
- 1989 : Ten died in the attack against the Music school of Royal the Navy, to London, asserted by the WILL GO.
- 1990 : Launching with Cherbourg of the most discrete Pearl , smallest and of the nuclear submarines of attack of the world.
- 1992 :
- Floods in the south-east of the France making 39 dead including 28 with Vaison-the-Roman (Provence) by the rise of water of Ouvèze.
- UNO excludes the Yugoslavia (makes of it the Serbia and the Montenegro) from the organization.
- 1993 :
- Bill Clinton presents her project of American social security.
- the championship of France of the Olympique of Marseilles is cancelled by the French federation of Football, following a business of Corruption. The Paris Saint-Germain refuses the title, and season 1992-1993 is found orphan of a winner.
- 1994 : Discovered in Ethiopia of oldest the hominidé (to date) 4,4 million years.
- 1998 : Publication of the Sleep of the monster , the first volume of the trilogy of Enki Bilal.
- 1999 : Diana Ross does not appreciate the excavations with the body. During this exercise, in the airport of Heathrow, it attacked an employee of safety which had touched the centres during the excavation to him.
- 2000 :
- Gilles Bernardi, mayor of the Lavandou in the VAr in France, takes a at the very least strange local by-law: “It is prohibited (...) to die in Lavandou”. The law Littoral encouraged it to be as absurd as the decision prohibiting the extension of the existing cemetery and the creation of the new following to him a project of style marine cemetery disputed by ecologists.
- the fusion of the Brussels and Amsterdam, Paris Bourse gives rise to Euronext, primary market financial of continental Europe in capitalization, in front of Frankfurt Stock Exchange but behind City of London.
2002 : Vis-a-vis the instability of the Ivory Coast which is confronted with its worst crisis since independence, France decides to reinforce its military presence in this country to ensure the protection of the important French community.
- 2003 : with 04:45 GMT, Seism of magnitude 6,5 in Dominican Republic
- 2005: The Court of appeal of Paris rejects the appeal of Louise-Yvonne Casetta, former intendant woman of the ex- RPR, condemned to ten months of imprisonment in the business of the fictional jobs of the Town of Paris.
1601 : Anne of Austria, wife of Louis XIII.
- 1694 : Philip Stanhope Chesterfield, statesman, diplomat and writer.
- 1741 : Peter Simon Pallas, Russian zoologist of origin German († 1811).
- 1791 : Michael Faraday, physicist and discoverer of the electromagnetic induction.
- 1800 : George Bentham, British botanist († 1884).
- 1828 : Heinrich Agathon Bernstein, naturalist-traveller Dutch († 1865).
- 1863 : Alexandre Yersin, bacteriologist, explorer, engineer agronomist and astronomer.
- 1882 : Wilhelm Keitel, German marshal of the Second world war.
- 1885 : Erich von Stroheim, actor, realizer and scenario writer.
- 1901 : Charles B. Huggins, doctor and American researcher of Canadian origin Nobel Prize of medicine († January 12th, 1997).
- 1907 : Maurice Blanchot, French writer.
- 1918 : Henryk Szeryng, Mexican violonist of Polish origin († March 8th 1988)
- Chen Ning Yang, physicist, Nobel Prize of physics in 1957 for the discovery of the parity.
- Yvette Horner, French accordionist.
- 1930 : Pierre Boudot, French philosopher.
- 1931 : Juan Garcia Sandpapers, writer Mexican.
- 1940 : Hanne Karen Blarke Bayer, alias Anna Karina, actress, French singer and writer.
- 1951 : David Coverdale, British Singer .
- 1953 : Ségolène Royal, political woman French.
- 1956 : Jean-Claude Servais, scenario writer and Belgian draftsman of cartoon
- 1957: Nick Undermines, Australian singer
- 1958: Andrea Bocelli, Italian singer.
- 1961 : Bonnie Hunt, American actress
- 1964: Benoit Poelvoorde, Belgian actor
- 1970: Small Emmanuel, French footballer
- 1976: Ronaldo, Brazilian footballer
- 1977: Adonis Stevenson, Canadian boxer.
- 1987 : Tom Felton, British actor
- 1369: Guy Gonzague de Mantoue, noble Italian, lord of Mantoue (° 1290, 79 years)
- 1631: Federico Borromeo, religious Italian (° 1564).
- 1688 : Bernier, doctor and traveller French
- 1709: Ivan Stepanovitch Mazeppa, hetman of the Cossacks.
- 1774 : Clement XIV, pope.
- 1777 : John Bartram, American Botanist (° 1699).
- 1828 : Chaka, Zulu warrior .
- 1837 : William George Horner, mathematician and physicist.
- 1857 : Józef Dwernicki, general Polish (° March 19th 1779)
- 1878: Richard Griffith, geologist Irish.
- 1914 : Alain-Baker, French writer
- 1956: Frederick Soddy, chemist, Nobel Prize of chemistry in 1921.
- 1985 : Axel Springer, German business man, press baron
- 1985: Genevieve Tabouis, journalist Frenchwoman (° February 23rd 1892).
- 1989 : Irving Berlin, American type-setter (° May 11th 1889, 101 years)
- ?, Dutch journalist, correspondent of the Financial Times , close to Dili, with the Eastern Timor.
- George C. Scott, American actor (° October 18th 1927, 71 years)
- 2001: Isaac Stern, Violin ist.
- 2007 : Marcel Marceau, known as MIME Marceau, actor and MIME. (° March 22nd 1923)
international Day without cars
- Independence of the Saudi Arabia
- Day of the autumnal equinox or Shübun No Hi in Japanese
- There exists a song, written by Georges Brassens, over on September 22nd, of which here the words
Catholic and orthodoxe saints
Florent of Anjou abbot (5th century)
- Lô de Coutances (+ towards 568) bishop
- Phocas de Sinope (+ 117) bishop martyr.
- Maurice d' Agaune (+ 290), martyr with Martigny in Switzerland with his/her companions of the legion Thebaine.
Saying of the day“Sowing of Saint-Maurice, collects with your whim. ”
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