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Sunday, September 12, 2021

History Of 11 September

 History Of 11 September

1714 - Barcelona is captured by French and Spanish troops under the Duke of Berwick.

1741 - Queen Maria Theresa addresses the Hungarian Parliament.

1773 - Benjamin Franklin writes a book entitled "Never a Good War or a Bad Peace".

1792 - Hope diamonds and other royal jewelry are stolen from the French treasury.

1802 - The Italian territory of Piedmont becomes part of the French First Republic.

1811 - Inventor John Stevens' boat operates as the first steam-powered ferry service between Juliana, New York City, and Hoboken, New Jersey.

1817 - The Great Uprising of 1817-18 begins in Sri Lanka.

1853 - The first electric telegraph is introduced between Merchants Exchange and Point Lobos.

1893 - Swami Vivekananda gives a historic speech at the World Conference on Religions in Chicago on fundamentalism, tolerance, and the truth contained in all religions.

1903 - The first stock car event is held in Milwaukee Mile, USA.

1906 - Mahatma Gandhi launches the Satyagraha movement in South Africa.

1919 - US Navy invades Honduras.

1932 - A train crash in Athens kills 16.

1939 - Iraq and Saudi Arabia declare war on Germany.

1941 - Construction of the Pentagon begins.

1951 - Florence Chadwick becomes the first woman to swim across the English Channel. It took them 16 hours and 19 minutes to reach France from England.

1954 - Miss America Pentate is first shown on TV.

1961 - Establishment of the World Wildlife Fund.

1962 - Famous English rock band The Beatles records songs from their first solo hit album, Love Me Doo.

1965 - Indian Army captures the town of Burki near southeastern Lahore during the Indo-Pakistani War.

1968 - Air France plane 1611 crashes near Nice. The accident killed 89 passengers and six crew members.

1971 - A constitution is adopted in Egypt.

1973 - A military coup overthrows Chilean President Salvador Allende.

1996 - First woman president elected to the Commonwealth Parliamentary Union.

2001 - A terrorist attack on the US World Trade Center and the Pentagon kills more than 6,000 people.

2003 - US President George W. Bush meets the Dalai Lama, a Tibetan religious leader, despite Chinese opposition.

2005 - Announcing the end of 38 years of military rule in the Gaza Strip.

2006 - Paes and Dame win the US Open doubles title.

2006 - Former Chief Justice of India P.N. Bhagwati re-elected to the UN Human Rights Committee for the fourth time.

2006 - Prominent Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen seeks Indian citizenship.

2006 - Roger Federer of Switzerland wins the US Open tennis tournament for the third time in a row.

2006 - US spacecraft Atlantis joins space.

2007 - A nearly 2,000-year-old tunnel is discovered in the city of David, adjacent to Jerusalem.

2009 - Moninder Singh Pandher, accused in the Noida Nithari case, is acquitted by the Allahabad High Court in a Ripa Haldar case in 19 cases.

2009 - Supreme Court bans construction of Kanshiram memorial site.

2011 - Defense scientists develop the perfect herbal medicine for leucoderma.

2012 - Fifty al-Shabab militants are killed in clashes with Somali forces.

2019 - North Korea tests giant rocket launchers under Kim Jong Un's supervision.

2019 - Policy Commission selects McKinsey & Company to set up India's first digital capacity center.

2019 - On the anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, the United States bans two dozen terrorists from 11 terrorist organizations, expressing its determination to fight terrorism.

2019 - Greater Chennai Corporation provides for 3 years imprisonment with a fine of Rs.

2020 - Defense Minister Shri Rajnath Singh launches Aero India-21 website; Space booking open for Asia's largest aero show.

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