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What Happened on September 14th This Day in History

Year Name
2022 Death of Queen Elizabeth II: The Queen's coffin is taken from Buckingham Palace, placed on a gun carriage of The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery and moved in a procession to Westminster Hall for her lying in state over the next four days with queues of up to 30 hours stretching for miles along the River Thames.[11]
2019 Yemen's Houthi rebels claim responsibility for an attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities.[9]
2015 The first observation of gravitational waves is made, announced by the LIGO and Virgo collaborations on 11 February 2016.
2008 Aeroflot Flight 821, a Boeing 737-500, crashes into a section of the Trans-Siberian Railway while on approach to Perm International Airport, in Perm, Russia, killing all 88 people on board.
2007 Financial crisis of 2007–2008: The Northern Rock bank experiences the first bank run in the United Kingdom in 150 years.
2003 In a referendum, Estonia approves joining the European Union.
2003 Bissau-Guinean President Kumba Ialá is ousted from power in a bloodless military coup led by General Veríssimo Correia Seabra.
2002 Total Linhas Aéreas Flight 5561 crashes near Paranapanema, Brazil, killing both pilots on board.
2001 Historic National Prayer Service held at Washington National Cathedral for victims of the September 11 attacks. A similar service is held in Canada on Parliament Hill, the largest vigil ever held in the nation's capital.
2000 Microsoft releases Windows Me.
1999 Kiribati, Nauru and Tonga join the United Nations.
1998 Telecommunications companies MCI Communications and WorldCom complete their $37 billion merger to form MCI WorldCom.
1997 Eighty-one killed as five bogies of the Ahmedabad–Howrah Express plunge into a river in Bilaspur district of Madhya Pradesh, India.
1994 The Major League Baseball season is canceled because of a strike.
1993 Lufthansa Flight 2904, an Airbus A320, crashes into an embankment after overshooting the runway at Okęcie International Airport (now Warsaw Chopin Airport), killing two people.
1992 The Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina declares the breakaway Croatian Republic of Herzeg-Bosnia to be illegal.
1989 The Standard Gravure shooting where Joseph T. Wesbecker, a 47-year-old pressman, killed eight people and injured 12 people at his former workplace, Standard Gravure, before committing suicide.
1985 Penang Bridge, the longest bridge in Malaysia, connecting the island of Penang to the mainland, opens to traffic.
1984 Joe Kittinger becomes the first person to fly a gas balloon alone across the Atlantic Ocean.
1982 President-elect of Lebanon Bachir Gemayel is assassinated.
1979 Afghan leader Nur Muhammad Taraki is assassinated upon the order of Hafizullah Amin, who becomes the new General Secretary of the People's Democratic Party.
1975 The first American saint, Elizabeth Ann Seton, is canonized by Pope Paul VI.
1960 The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is founded.
1960 Congo Crisis: Mobutu Sese Seko seizes power in a military coup, suspending parliament and the constitution.
1958 The first two German post-war rockets, designed by the German engineer Ernst Mohr, reach the upper atmosphere.
1954 In a top secret nuclear test, a Soviet Tu-4 bomber drops a 40 kiloton atomic weapon just north of Totskoye village.
1948 The Indian Army captures the city of Aurangabad as part of Operation Polo.
1944 World War II: Maastricht becomes the first Dutch city to be liberated by allied forces.
1943 World War II: The Wehrmacht starts a three-day retaliatory operation targeting several Greek villages in the region of Viannos, whose death toll would eventually exceed 500 persons.
1940 Ip massacre: The Hungarian Army, supported by local Hungarians, kill 158 Romanian civilians in Ip, Sălaj, a village in Northern Transylvania, an act of ethnic cleansing.
1939 World War II: The Estonian military boards the Polish submarine ORP Orzeł in Tallinn, sparking a diplomatic incident that the Soviet Union will later use to justify the annexation of Estonia.
1936 Raoul Villain, who assassinated the French Socialist Jean Jaurès, is himself killed by Spanish Republicans in Ibiza.
1917 The Russian Empire is formally replaced by the Russian Republic.
1914 HMAS AE1, the Royal Australian Navy's first submarine, is lost at sea with all hands near East New Britain, Papua New Guinea.
1911 Russian Premier Pyotr Stolypin is shot by Dmitry Bogrov while attending a performance of Rimsky-Korsakov's The Tale of Tsar Saltan at the Kiev Opera House, in the presence of Tsar Nicholas II.
1901 U.S. President William McKinley dies after being mortally wounded on September 6 by anarchist Leon Czolgosz and is succeeded by Vice President Theodore Roosevelt.
1862 American Civil War: The Battle of South Mountain, part of the Maryland Campaign, is fought.
1846 Jang Bahadur and his brothers massacre about 40 members of the Nepalese palace court.
1829 The Ottoman Empire signs the Treaty of Adrianople with Russia, thus ending the Russo-Turkish War.
1814 Battle of Baltimore: The poem Defence of Fort McHenry is written by Francis Scott Key. The poem is later used as the lyrics of The Star-Spangled Banner.
1812 Napoleonic Wars: The French Grande Armée enters Moscow. The Fire of Moscow begins as soon as Russian troops leave the city.
1808 Finnish War: Russians defeat the Swedes at the Battle of Oravais.
1791 The Papal States lose Avignon to Revolutionary France.
1782 American Revolutionary War: Review of the French troops under General Rochambeau by General George Washington at Verplanck's Point, New York.
1763 Seneca warriors defeat British forces at the Battle of Devil's Hole during Pontiac's War.
1752 The British Empire adopts the Gregorian calendar, skipping eleven days (the previous day was September 2).
1741 George Frideric Handel completes his oratorio Messiah.
1723 Grand Master António Manoel de Vilhena lays down the first stone of Fort Manoel in Malta.
1682 Bishop Gore School, one of the oldest schools in Wales, is founded.
1607 Flight of the Earls from Lough Swilly, Donegal, Ireland.
1402 Battle of Homildon Hill results in an English victory over Scotland.
1226 The first recorded instance of the Catholic practice of perpetual Eucharistic adoration formally begins in Avignon, France.
1180 Genpei War: Battle of Ishibashiyama in Japan.
919 Battle of Islandbridge: High King Niall Glúndub is killed while leading an Irish coalition against the Vikings of Uí Ímair, led by King Sitric Cáech.
786 "Night of the three Caliphs": Harun al-Rashid becomes the Abbasid caliph upon the death of his brother al-Hadi. Birth of Harun's son al-Ma'mun.
629 Emperor Heraclius enters Constantinople in triumph after his victory over the Persian Empire.
81 Domitian becomes Emperor of the Roman Empire upon the death of his brother Titus.
Famous People Born on September 14

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Year Name
1911 William H. Armstrong, American author and educator (d. 1999)
1868 Théodore Botrel, French singer-songwriter, poet, and playwright (d. 1925)
1976 Kevin Lyttle, Vincentian soca artist
1957 Tim Wallach, American baseball player and coach
1956 Ray Wilkins, English footballer and manager (d. 2018)
1936 Walter Koenig, American actor, producer, and screenwriter
1981 Miyavi, Japanese singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer
1974 Patrick van Balkom, Dutch sprinter
1944 Günter Netzer, German footballer and manager
1910 Lehman Engel, American composer and conductor (d. 1982)
Famous People Deaths On September 14

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Date Name
2021 Norm Macdonald, Canadian comedian and actor (b. 1959)
1937 Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, Czech sociologist and politician, 1st President of Czechoslovakia (b. 1850)
619 Yang You, emperor of the Sui Dynasty (b. 605)
1916 José Echegaray, Spanish engineer, mathematician, and playwright, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1832)
1960 M. Karagatsis, Greek author, playwright, and critic (b. 1908)
1952 John McPhee, Australian businessman and politician, 27th Premier of Tasmania (b. 1874)
2006 Mickey Hargitay, Hungarian-American bodybuilder and actor (b. 1926)
1852 Augustus Pugin, English architect and critic, designed Scarisbrick Hall (b. 1812)
927 Cele Dabhaill mac Scannal, Irish abbot
2011 Malcolm Wallop, American politician (b. 1933)