September 18 holidays in 2019
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Historical Events on September 18
Philip II was crowned King of France.
During the Thirteenth Years War, the Teutonic army defeats the Polish army at the Battle of Chojnice.
On his final voyage, Christopher Columbus lands at Honduras.
Baktun begins in the Mesoamerican Long Count Calendar.
Belgrade is ceded to the Ottoman Empire when the Treaty of Belgrade is signed.
The Royal Opera House opens in the city of London.
The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 is passed by the United States Congress.
The New York Daily Times is published for the first time; This newspaper would go on to become the New York Times.
Jay Cooke & Company – a U.S. Based bank – declares bankruptcy. This leads to a series of bank failures and would eventually be dubbed the Panic of 1873.
CBS goes on the air for the first time.
The USSR joins the League of Nations.
The SS City of Benares – a British liner – is sunk by torpedoes from a German U-48 submarine. Almost 80 child refugees are among the dead.
Danish Jews are deported by Hitler during WWII.
At Sobibor, Jews are massacred.
The U.S Air Force becomes its own independent brand of the U.S Armed Forces.
South Vietnam begins to become infiltrated by the North Vietnamese Army.
East Germany and West Germany join the U.N.
The Bahamas join the U.N.
The first photographs of the Earth and Moon together are taken by Voyager I.
Over six hundred Palestinians are killed by Christian militias in Lebanon.
Famous Birthdays on September 18
Swedish-American actress Greta Garbo is born in
French actor Maurice Maillot is born in
Canadian ice hockey play Syd Howe is born in
American actress June Foray is born in
American actress and TV host Aisha Tyler is born in
American cyclist Lance Armstrong is born in
American actress Jada Pinkett Smith is born in
American actor James Marsden is born in
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