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What Happened on September 7th This Day in History

Year Name
2021 Bitcoin becomes legal tender in El Salvador.
2019 Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov and 66 others are released in a prisoner exchange between Ukraine and Russia.
2017 The 8.2 Mw  2017 Chiapas earthquake strikes southern Mexico, killing at least 60 people.
2012 Canada officially cuts diplomatic ties with Iran by closing its embassy in Tehran and orders the expulsion of Iranian diplomats from Ottawa, over nuclear plans and purported human rights abuses.
2011 The Lokomotiv Yaroslavl plane crash in Russia kills 43 people, including nearly the entire roster of the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl Kontinental Hockey League team.
2010 A Chinese fishing trawler collides with two Japanese Coast Guard patrol boats in disputed waters near the Senkaku Islands.
2008 The United States government takes control of the two largest mortgage financing companies in the US, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
2005 Egypt holds its first-ever multi-party presidential election.
1999 The 6.0 Mw  Athens earthquake affected the area with a maximum Mercalli intensity of IX (Violent), killing 143, injuring 800–1,600, and leaving 50,000 homeless.
1997 Maiden flight of the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor.
1986 Desmond Tutu becomes the first black man to lead the Anglican Diocese of Cape Town.
1986 Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet survives an assassination attempt by the FPMR;[8]
1984 An explosion on board a Maltese patrol boat disposing of illegal fireworks at sea off Gozo kills seven soldiers and policemen.
1979 The Chrysler Corporation asks the United States government for US$1.5 billion to avoid bankruptcy.
1978 While walking across Waterloo Bridge in London, Bulgarian dissident Georgi Markov is assassinated by Bulgarian secret police agent Francesco Gullino by means of a ricin pellet fired from a specially-designed umbrella.
1977 The Torrijos–Carter Treaties between Panama and the United States on the status of the Panama Canal are signed. The United States agrees to transfer control of the canal to Panama at the end of the 20th century.
1977 The 300-metre-tall CKVR-DT transmission tower in Barrie, Ontario, Canada, is hit by a light aircraft in a fog, causing it to collapse. All aboard the aircraft are killed.
1970 Fighting begins between Arab guerrillas and government forces in Jordan.
1970 Vietnam Television was established.[6]
1965 During an Indo-Pakistani War, China announces that it will reinforce its troops on the Indian border.
1965 Vietnam War: In a follow-up to August's Operation Starlite, United States Marines and South Vietnamese forces initiate Operation Piranha on the Batangan Peninsula.
1963 The Pro Football Hall of Fame opens in Canton, Ohio with 17 charter members.
1953 Nikita Khrushchev is elected first secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
1945 World War II: Japanese forces on Wake Island, which they had held since December 1941, surrender to U.S. Marines.
1945 The Berlin Victory Parade of 1945 is held.
1943 A fire at the Gulf Hotel in Houston kills 55 people.
1943 World War II: The German 17th Army begins its evacuation of the Kuban bridgehead (Taman Peninsula) in southern Russia and moves across the Strait of Kerch to the Crimea.
1942 World War II: Japanese marines are forced to withdraw during the Battle of Milne Bay.
1940 Romania returns Southern Dobruja to Bulgaria under the Treaty of Craiova.
1940 World War II: The German Luftwaffe begins the Blitz, bombing London and other British cities for over 50 consecutive nights.
1936 The last thylacine, a carnivorous marsupial named Benjamin, dies alone in its cage at the Hobart Zoo in Tasmania.
1932 The Battle of Boquerón, the first major battle of the Chaco War, commences.
1929 Steamer Kuru capsizes and sinks on Lake Näsijärvi near Tampere in Finland. One hundred thirty-six lives are lost.
1927 The first fully electronic television system is achieved by Philo Farnsworth.
1923 The International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) is formed.
1921 In Atlantic City, New Jersey, the first Miss America Pageant, a two-day event, is held.
1921 The Legion of Mary, the largest apostolic organization of lay people in the Catholic Church, is founded in Dublin, Ireland.
1920 Two newly purchased Savoia flying boats crash in the Swiss Alps en route to Finland where they were to serve with the Finnish Air Force, killing both crews.
1916 US federal employees win the right to Workers' compensation by Federal Employers Liability Act (39 Stat. 742; 5 U.S.C. 751)
1911 French poet Guillaume Apollinaire is arrested and put in jail on suspicion of stealing the Mona Lisa from the Louvre museum.
1909 Eugène Lefebvre crashes a new French-built Wright biplane during a test flight at Juvisy, south of Paris, becoming the first aviator in the world to lose his life in a powered heavier-than-air craft.
1907 Cunard Line's RMS Lusitania sets sail on her maiden voyage from Liverpool, England, to New York City.
1906 Alberto Santos-Dumont flies his 14-bis aircraft at Bagatelle, France successfully for the first time.
1901 The Boxer Rebellion in Qing dynasty (modern-day China) officially ends with the signing of the Boxer Protocol.
1876 In Northfield, Minnesota, Jesse James and the James–Younger Gang attempt to rob the town's bank but are driven off by armed citizens.
1864 American Civil War: Atlanta is evacuated on orders of Union General William Tecumseh Sherman.
1863 American Civil War: Union troops under Quincy A. Gillmore capture Fort Wagner in Morris Island after a seven-week siege.
1860 Unification of Italy: Giuseppe Garibaldi enters Naples.
1857 Mountain Meadows massacre: Mormon settlers slaughter most members of peaceful, emigrant wagon train.
1856 The Saimaa Canal is inaugurated.
1822 Dom Pedro I declares Brazil independent from Portugal on the shores of the Ipiranga Brook in São Paulo.
1818 Carl III of Sweden–Norway is crowned king of Norway, in Trondheim.
1812 French invasion of Russia: The Battle of Borodino, the bloodiest battle of the Napoleonic Wars, is fought near Moscow and results in a French victory.
1778 American Revolutionary War: France invades Dominica in the British West Indies, before Britain is even aware of France's involvement in the war.
1776 According to American colonial reports, Ezra Lee makes the world's first submarine attack in the Turtle, attempting to attach a time bomb to the hull of HMS Eagle in New York Harbor (no British records of this attack exist).
1764 Election of Stanisław August Poniatowski as the last ruler of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
1706 War of the Spanish Succession: Siege of Turin ends, leading to the withdrawal of French forces from North Italy.
1695 Henry Every perpetrates one of the most profitable pirate raids in history with the capture of the Grand Mughal ship Ganj-i-Sawai. In response, Emperor Aurangzeb threatens to end all English trading in India.
1652 Around 15,000 Han farmers and militia rebel against Dutch rule on Taiwan.
1630 The city of Boston, Massachusetts, is founded in North America.
1620 The town of Kokkola (Swedish: Karleby) is founded by King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden.[2]
1571 Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk, is arrested for his role in the Ridolfi plot to assassinate Queen Elizabeth I of England and replace her with Mary, Queen of Scots.
1303 Guillaume de Nogaret takes Pope Boniface VIII prisoner on behalf of Philip IV of France.
1228 Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II lands in Acre, Israel, and starts the Sixth Crusade, which results in a peaceful restoration of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
1191 Third Crusade: Battle of Arsuf: Richard I of England defeats Saladin at Arsuf.
1159 Pope Alexander III is chosen.
878 Louis the Stammerer is crowned as king of West Francia by Pope John VIII.
70 A Roman army under Titus occupies and plunders Jerusalem.
Famous People Born on September 7

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Year Name
1945 Vic Pollard, English-New Zealand rugby player and footballer
1990 Fedor Klimov, Russian figure skater
1985 Radhika Apte, Indian actress
1915 Kiyosi Itô, Japanese mathematician and academic (d. 2008)
1923 Nancy Keesing, Australian author and poet (d. 1993)
1974 Mario Frick, Swiss-Liechtensteiner footballer
1951 Mammootty, Indian actor and producer
1966 Andrew Voss, Australian sportscaster and author
1893 Leslie Hore-Belisha, English politician, Secretary of State for War (d. 1957)
1917 Jacob Lawrence, American painter and educator (d. 2000)
Famous People Deaths On September 7

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Date Name
1972 Dimitris Poulianos, Greek painter and illustrator (b. 1899)
1362 Joan of the Tower (b. 1321)
1970 Yitzhak Gruenbaum, Polish-Israeli journalist and politician, 1st Internal Affairs Minister of Israel (b. 1879)
1939 Kyōka Izumi, Japanese author, poet, and playwright (b. 1873)
2012 César Fernández Ardavín, Spanish director and screenwriter (b. 1923)
2010 Amar Garibović, Serbian skier (b. 1991)
1985 Jacoba van Velde, Dutch author (b. 1903)
1990 Earle E. Partridge, American general and pilot (b. 1900)
1907 Bogdan Petriceicu Hasdeu, Romanian philologist, journalist, and playwright (b. 1838)
1312 Ferdinand IV of Castile (b. 1285)