September 29 holidays in 2020
Michael and All Angels
World Heart Day
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September 29 2019 holidays
Historical Events on September 29
The first session of the U.S Congress begins.
The Metropolitan Police of London is founded on this day.
On this day during the American Civil War, the Battle of Chaffin’s Farm is waged.
The cornerstone is laid for the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.
At the Battle of St. Quentin Canal during World War I, Allied forces break through the Hindenburg Line.
During WWI, Bulgaria signs the Armistice of Salonica with Allied forces.
The Babi Yar Massacre begins in the Ukrainian city of Kiev during World War II by German Einsatzgruppe C.
A convention is signed that establishes the European Organization for Nuclear Research – otherwise known as CERN.
The Arab League gets a new member: Oman.
The world’s first black-owned and operated TV station – WGPR – begins operation on this day.
Following the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, NASA regroups and launches a return to flight mission – the STS 26.
The predecessor to the F-22 Raptor, the YF-22, flies for the first time on this day.
Famous Birthdays on September 29
Roman general and politician, Pompey is born in
Queen consort of Scots, Margaret of England is born in
Joan of Kent is born in
Spanish novelists, playwright and poet, Miguel de Cervantes is born in
Italian painter Caravaggio is born in
English archbishop Thomas Tenison is born in
Italian-American physicist and Nobel Prize laureate, Enrico Fermi is born in 1901.
American journalist Diana Vreeland is born in
English-American actress Greer Garson is born in
American singer and actor Gene Autry is born in
American actress Virginia Bruce is born in
American singer-songwriter and pianist, Jerry Lee Lewis is born in
American author James Fogle is born in
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