The September 2nd is the 245e Jour of the Année (246e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier.
first century BC
31 av. J.C: Battle of Actium
1143 : To Fourques, the archbishop of Arles Raimon de Montredon gives the Argence - a small territory between Beaucaire and Saint-Gilles) - in Fief to the count de Toulouse (of 1112 with 1148), which was also marquis de Provence.
- 1192 : Saladin and Richard Heart-of-Lion concludes the treaty from Jaffa.
1272 : The bishop of Cahors, Barthelemy, and the consuls of the city intend themselves to name “referees and friendly type-setters” charged to settle the disagreements which have occurred between them about the old habits and of the new habits.
1715 : The Parlement of Paris declares Philippe of Orleans regent.
- 1781 : Foundation of the town of Los Angeles.
- 1792 :
- the independence Breton conspiracy of Rouërie is thwarted.
- It is the beginning of the Massacres from September with Paris. During four days, Paris iens, fearing the royalist reaction (see the royalist plots like that of Rouërie) and the invasion foreign, and encouraged by some political personalities (Danton, Marat, Fréron) massacre some 1 300 prisoners.
- 1795 : (16 fructidor year III) a republican decree devotes the principle of duality of jurisdictions of the French legal order.
1801 : (16 fructidor), with Alexandria, the general Menou, overcome it by Ralph Abercromby, sign with the British a capitulation and an agreement of evacuation of the last French troops of Egypt. The loading is finished at the end of September.
- 1866 : The Crete raises against the Turkish authority and proclaims its attachment with the Greece.
- 1870 : Signature of the act of rendering after the defeat of Sedan, Napoleon III is made prisoner.
- 1898 : Kitchener crushes the movement Mahdiste leads by Abd Allah to the Bataille of Omdurman.
1910 : First flight of White Scott, first professional pilot woman
- 1930: Arrival of the first flight Paris-New York without stopover by Dieudonné Costes and Maurice Bellonte
- 1939: Order of general mobilization; Jean Zay resigns of his function of minister to engage in the French Army.
- 1940 : Appearance of the first Citroen 2CV
- Fine of the Second world war.
- Ho Chi Minh proclaims the independence of the Vietnam, of which he becomes president. (Also deceased a September 2nd with Hanoï).
- the Japan recognizes officially its defeat, by signing its capitulation on the battleship Missouri states-unien, out of bay of Tokyo.
- 1956 : Separation of the comic couple Dean Martin - Jerry Lewis
- 1960: Foundation of the Confederation of national unions (CSN) following the deconfessionalisation of the Trade union Canadian CTCC.
- 1962 : A seism in Iran causes 1.000 dead
- 1969: Birth of the ARPANet, ancestor of Internet.
- 1970 : Phil Collins joined the group Genesis.
- 1981 :
- 1985 : French researchers discover the wreck of the Titanic in the North Atlantic, to 900 km with broad of Newfoundland.
- 1990 : the Belgian Rudy Dhaenens gains the Championnat of the world of cycling on road with the Japan.
- 1995 : birthday of the Japanese capitulation
- the Minister of Interior Department Jean-Pierre Chevènement is accidentally plunged in the coma.
- a plane of the company Swissair is damaged at sea with broad Halifax (Canada) causing the death of 229 people.
- 1999 : Publication of the book of Jean-Marie Guéhenno “ future of freedom - the democracy in universalization ”, in which it examines the problems arising from confrontation between the Démocratie and the gone, and wonders about the “right democratic combat”.
- 2004 :
- Adoption by the Safety advice of UNO of the resolution N° 1559, calling with the respect of the sovereignty and the political independence of the Lebanon, with the withdrawal of all the foreign troops of her ground and with free and equitable presidential elections.
- Two factory inspectors, Sylvie Trémouille and Daniel Buffière, are assassinated by a farmer in the Dordogne.
- Universal Wrestling the E-EDF sees the day
- 2005: Jacques Chirac, 72 years old, is hospitalized with the military hospital of the Valley-of-Grace following a cardiovascular incident (eye trouble).
- 2006 :
- First of the Festival music and Osheaga arts, in Montreal.
- direction of the UNEF, French main trade union studying, proceeded at the time of its national council behind closed doors to the exlusion of forty militants the Tendency All together by fear for its leadership.
- 1661 : Georg Böhm, Organist and German Harpsichordist
- 1773: Louis de Ghaisne, count de Bourmont, Marshal of France
- 1838: Lydia Liliuokalani, last queen Hawaii enne, reversed by American growers in 1893. († November 11th 1917).
- 1853 : Wilhelm Ostwald, German chemist
- 1877: Frederick Soddy, chemist, Nobel Prize of chemistry in 1921.
- 1914: Jean Pictet, Swiss lawyer
- 1923: Walerian Borowczyk, realizer Polish († February 3rd 2006)
- 1924: Henri Krasucki, French trade unionist
- 1929: Hall Ashby, American realizer († December 27th 1988)
- 1933: Mathieu Kérékou, Beninese president of the October 26th 1972 with the April 4th 1991 and of the April 4th 1996 with the April 5th 2006
- 1939: Jack Lang, French politician
- 1944: Gilles Marchal, song writer and performer French
- 1947: Simon Casas (Bernard Dombs), Matador French.
- 1948 : Christa McAuliffe, teacher étatsunienne, deceased in the explosion of Challenger the January 28th 1986
- 1951: Mark Harmon, American Actor
- 1952: Jimmy Connors, American tennis player .
- 1962: Dominique Farrugia, French humorist (Null the)
- 1964: Keanu Reeves, American actor
- 1974: Łukasz Barczyk, realizer Polish
- 1764 : Nathaniel Bliss, British Astronomer (° November 28th 1700).
- 1792 : Louis Victoire Lux of Montmorin-Saint-Hérem, military French. (° December 13rd 1762).
- 1813 : Jean Victor Marie Moreau, general French of the Revolution and the Empire, the continuations of its wounds received with the Battle of Dresden. (° February 4th 1763).
- 1865 : William Rowan Hamilton, mathematician, physicist and astronomer Irish
- 1870: Charles de Flahaut, soldier and diplomat French (° 1785), wire illegitimate of Talleyrand and itself illegitimate father of the duke of Morny.
- 1910 : Henri Rousseau, known as Douanier Rousseau , employed French granting and painter (+ May 21st 1844)
- 1937: Pierre de Coubertin, baron, renovating of the Olympic Games (° January 1st 1863)
- 1969: Ho Chi Minh, Vietnamese statesman
- 1970: Marie Pierre Kœnig, Marshal of France and politician French (° October 10th 1898)
- 1973: John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, British writer
- 1992: Claude Barma, French realizer of television
- 2001: Christiaan Barnard, South-African surgeon.
Saint (E) Catholic of the day (French Calendar)
- Ingrid : Grand-daughter of the King de Suède Knut (13th century), it founded a convent of cloîtrées nuns with Skänninge, in Sweden, from which it became prioress, where it died in 1282.
Saying of the day“September names May of the autumn. ”
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