The September 9th is the 252e Jour of the Année (253e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier.
1 to 1900
- 1619 : Crowning of Ferdinand II with Frankfurt.
- 1668 : Creation of the Miserly one or the School of the lie , of Molière, with the theater of the Palais Royal.
- 1774 : Resolution of Suffolk to protest against the Intolerable Acts
- 1776: The Plain Colonies are called from now on the “ the United States ”.
- 1813 : Treated between the Russia, the Prussia and the Austria, within the framework of the war of the Sixth coalition, carried out against the France.
- 1850 : the California becomes the 31e State of the the United States
- 1867: The Luxembourg obtains its independence of the Netherlands.
1910 : Leon Morane, exceeds, in Rheims the bar of 100 km/h on board its plane.
- 1914 : Battle of the Marne.
- 1920: Creation of the Lotta S, organization of female volunteers of the Finnish army .
- 1931 : The Japan occupies the Mandchourie.
- 1939 : Invasion of Poland - the mayor of Warsaw, Stefan Starzynski, called upon volunteers. : 150000 men and women trench and assemble barricades in the streets; machine-guns are installed on the roofs of the houses.
- 1941 : Beginning of the Head office of Leningrad.
- 1943 : The the United States unload with Salerno and Taring in Italy.
- 1944 :
- the Russia releases the Bulgaria.
- Rehandling and widening of the cabinet de Gaulle (France).
- Explosion of the shelter Sadi-Carnot to Brest, 900 victims.
- 1948 : Proclamation of the democratic republic of North Korea (national festival).
- 1955 :
- Re-establishment of the diplomatic relations between the the USSR and the FRG.
- the manufacturer J. - P. Seeburg launches on the market its Juke-box Dual Music System, the first able one to handle 100 different discs and the discs containing two songs per face ( Extended Play ).
- 1956 : First appearance of Elvis Presley.
- 1957 : Vote Civil Rights Act by the American Congrès, it sets up a legislation favorable to the civic rights of the minorities to the United States.
- 1958 : With Murcie (Spain), alternate of Miguel Mateo Salcedo known as “Miguelín”, Spanish Matador.
- 1960 : With Ronda (Spain, Province of Málaga), alternate of Rafael Soto Moreno known as “Rafael Of Paula”, Spanish Matador.
- 1961 : Adjournment of the conference on nuclear disarmament (Geneva), without France.
- 1966 :
- Left the film the Great restaurant of Jacques Besnard with Louis de Funès, Bernard Blier and No5el Roquevert.
- Transfer of SHAPE to Brussels.
- 1985 :
- With Birmingham, with the the United Kingdom, a violent demonstration bursts. 50% of the population of this city are with unemployment.
- the US president Ronald Reagan announces sanctions limited against the South Africa to protest against the policy of Apartheid.
- 1986 : A plane Tupolev 134 of Hâng Không Vietnam is crushed with Bangkok and keep silent 76 of its 90 passengers and team members.
- 1987 : A group of terrorists takes possession of a hospital of Russia and keep silent nearly 200 people.
- 1990 :
- First meeting, with Seoul, between the Prime Ministers Korean north and south.
- In Brittany, 700 hectares of the Forêt of Brocéliande are destroyed by fire.
- 1991 : Independence of the Tadjikistan.
- 1993 : Agreement of Washington on the autonomy of the occupied territories by Israel in Palestine, concretization of the secret negotiations led to Oslo since the beginning of the year.
- 1994 : Kieren Perkins carries the world records of the 400 m freestyle to 3:43.80.
- 1995 : Thanks to the digital fingerprints which it left on its bomb, the author of the islamist terrorist attack against the TGV of the August 26th 1995 is identified: Khaled Kelkal. He is then sought by the police force. He is abbatu by the gendarmes of EPIGN close to Lyon.
- 1998 :
- the Israeli ministry of Defense makes pass a classified in a Turkish newspaper to seek, premium of: 300000 dollars with the key, a reported submarine missing since 1968.
- Beginning of the scandal of MNEF by the opening of legal information aiming three of its sub-contracting companies in charge with the communication and the printing.
- 2000 : The Finnish tourists Seppo Fraenti and Risto Vahanen, the German Marc Wallert and the French Stephan Loisy, hostages of the Moslem extremists of the group Abu Sayyaf, are released by the rebels after a shooting between rival factions.
2001 : The chief of the Afghan Alliance of north Ahmed Shah Massoud is assassinated by two kamikazes.
- 2002 : Second day of strong precipitations in the south of France (1 600 to 1.800 km ² received 400 mm or more, 690,5 mm measured with Cardet - Gard), causing floods generalized, in particular on the department of the Gard which received about 300 mm of rain, the death of 23 people and the damage estimated at 1.200 million euros.
- 2006 : With Ronda (Spain, Province of Málaga), alternate of Cayetano Will rivet Ordóñez known as “Cayetano”, Spanish Matador.
- 1571 : Léonor Eyquem, second girl of Michel de Montaigne, his single child who will live
- 1583: Girolamo Frescobaldi, Italian type-setter
- 1585: Armand-Jean of Plessis, cardinal of Richelieu, prelate and French statesman
- 1737: Luigi Galvani, Italian physicist
- 1744: Gabriel Feydel, lawyer and politician French, appointed of the Seneschalsy of the Quercy to the General states († June 26th 1827)
- 1752: Anne Louis Henri of Fare, religious cardinal French, , bishop of Nancy, archbishop of Direction. († December 11th 1829)
- 1754: William Bligh, future British commander of the Bounty
- 1789: William Cranch Jump, astronomer
- 1794: William Lonsdale, geologist and British paleontologist
- 1828 of the Gregorian Calendar: Leon Tolstoï, Russian writer († 1910)
- 1842: Elliott Coues, Doctor - Military, historian, author and American ornithologist († 1899)
- 1844: Louis Nathaniel Rossel, deputy secretary with the War of the Common of Paris († 1871)
- 1867: Sir Robert Mond, chemist, industrialist and British archeologist († October 22nd 1938)
- 1877: Andre Alerme, actor († February 2nd 1960)
- 1885: Paul Henckels, German actor. († May 27th 1967)
- 1890: Kurt Lewin, psychological American
- 1899: Brassaï, Parisian photographer of Hungarian origin.
- 1900 : James Hilton, British writer († December 20th 1954)
- 1902: Chester W. Schaeffer, actor († January 5th 1992)
- 1904: Goffredo Alessandrini, realizer
- 1906: Pierre July, French politician († August 7th 1982)
- 1908: Cesare Pavese, Italian writer
- 1911: Kosaburo Yoshimura, realizer († November 7th 2000)
- 1919: Marine Jacques, French actor
- 1925: Cliff Robertson, realizer, actor, producer, scenario writer
- 1929: Claude Nougaro, singer, French type-setter
- Otis Redding, American type-setter († December 10th 1967)
- Refusals Ritchie, pioneer of data processing, originator of the language C
- 1946: Billy Preston, American singer († 2006)
- 1949: Daniel Pipes, American journalist
- 1951: Michael Keaton, American actor
- Lee M.E. Morin, American astronaut
- Dave Stewart, clavierist, guitarist and, type-setter, member of Eurythmics
- 1953: Philippe Risoli, stimulating French of television
- Anatoly Artsebarsky, Ukrainian cosmonaut
- Arjan Ederveen, realizer
- 1959: Eric Tightened, type-setter French
- 1960: Hugh Grant, British actor
- 1961: Pepín Jiménez, Spanish Matador .
- 1966 : Adam Sandler, actor, type-setter, producer, American scenario writer
- 1966: David Bennent, German actor
- 1966: Michel Muller, French actor, born in Vienna (Austria)
- 1970: Jerry Nadeau, racing driver American
- 1976: Emma de Caunes, director, French actress
- 1976: Booba, French rappor
- 1488: François II of Brittany, wire of Richard of Brittany, count d' Étampes; he was itself initially count d' Étampes, then became duke of Brittany, 1458 with 1488. (° the June 23rd 1435). Her death, his/her daughter Anne succeeds to him and becomes duchess of Brittany.
- 1841 : Augustin Pyrame de Candolle, Swiss botanist (° 1778)
- 1871: the chief Cherokee and soldier étatsunien Stand Watie dies a few weeks before his 65e birthday.
- 1877 : Filippo Parlatore, Italian botanist (° 1816)
- 1891: Jules Grévy, former president of the French Republic
- 1898: Stephan Mallarmé, French poet, deceased at the 56 years age.
- 1901 : Henri of Toulouse-Lautrec, draftsman, painter, lithographer and poster artist. The alcohol excess was going to be right of its health at the 36 years age.
- 1976 : Mao Tsé-Toung, president and founder of the popular Communist party of China, dies in Beijing at the 82 years age.
- 1978 : Jack Warner, American actor, born the August 2nd 1892 in London, in the Ontario (Canada) dies in Los Angeles (California).
- 1981 : Jacques Lacan, psychoanalyst
- 1985: Paul J. Flory, Nobel Prize of chemistry in 1974.
- 1986: Magda Tagliaferro, pianist.
- 1995 : Reinhard Furrer, German spationaut (° November 25th 1940)
- 1997: Burgess Meredith, realizer, actor, producer, American scenario writer, born the November 16th 1909, with Cleveland (the United States), deceased with Malibu (California) of the Disease of Alzheimer.
- 2001 : Ahmed Shah Massoud, 48 years, Afghan military leader, ordering Afghan Alliance of North . (° January 9th 1953).
- 2003 : Edward Teller, 95 years, nuclear Physicist hongro - American, father of the bends H American. (° January 15th 1908).
- 2006 :
Catholic and orthodoxe saints
- Omer de Thérouanne († v. 670), bishop.
- Holy Joachim, (1st century), husband of Holy Anne, father of the Virgin Mary according to the catholic tradition and orthodoxe.
- Joseph de Volokolamsk († 1515), higoumene.
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