College of Arts and Sciences

Department of History

September

  1. First cable sent from Britain to America, 1858.
    German army invaded Poland, 1939.
  2. Battle of Actium, 31 B.C.
    Japan surrenders, 1945.
  3. Definitive Treaty of Peace signed ending American Revolution, 1783.
    Britain and France declare war on Germany, 1939.
  4. Ghibellines defeat Gulephs at Monaperti, 1260.
    Third Republic proclaimed in France, 1870.
  5. Suleiman the Magnificent died, 1566.
    King Louis XIV born, 1638.
  6. Mayflower set sail for America, 1620.
    First Battle of Marne begins, 1914.
  7. Boniface VIII captured at Anagni, 1303.
    Queen Elizabeth I born, 1533.
  8. Richard the Lion-Hearted born, 1157.
  9. Armand Jean du Plessis Richelieu born, 1585.
    Mao Tse-tung died, 1976.
  10. Treaty of St. Germain signed, 1919.
  11. Pierre de Ronsard born, 1524.
    Sebastopol surrendered, 1855.
  12. Battle of Marathon, 490 B.C.
    John Sobieski, King of Poland, defeats Turks at Vienna, 1683.
  13. Battle of Quebec began (death of James Wolfe and Louis Joseph de Montcalm), 1759.
  14. Dante Alighieri died, 1321.
    Russia proclaimed a Republic, 1917.
  15. Manchester to Liverpool Railway opened, 1830.
  16. Louis XIV of France born, 1638.
    Mexican revolt against Spanish began, 1810.
  17. Battle of Leipzig, 1631.
    Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas Caritat Condorcet born, 1743.
  18. Dr. Samuel Johnson born, 1709.
  19. Battle of Poitiers, 1356.
  20. Salisbury Cathedral consecrated, 1258.
  21. Publius Vergilius Maro Virgil died, 19 B.C.
    Federal Republic of Germany formally begins, 1949.
  22. Dame Christabel Pankhurst, suffragette, born, 1880.
  23. Augustus Caesar born, 63 B.C.
  24. Horace Walpole born, 1717.
  25. Religious Peace of Augsburg, 1555.
    Trans-Atlantic telephone cables opened between Britain and America, 1956.
  26. Holy Alliance between Russia, Austria, and Prussia, 1815.
  27. Bishop Bossuet born, 1627.
  28. George Clemenceau born, 1841.
    Louis Pasteur died, 1895.
  29. Jacopo Robusti Tintoretto born, 1518.
    Lord Nelson born, 1758.
    Otto von Bismarck delivers "Blood and Iron" speech, 1862.
  30. Deposition of Richard II of England, 1399.
    Munich Agreement signed, 1938.

 

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