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What Happened on September 9th This Day in History

Year Name
2016 The government of North Korea conducts its fifth and reportedly biggest nuclear test. World leaders condemn the act, with South Korea calling it "maniacal recklessness".
2015 Elizabeth II becomes the longest reigning monarch of the United Kingdom.
2012 The Indian space agency puts into orbit its heaviest foreign satellite yet, in a streak of 21 consecutive successful PSLV launches.
2012 A wave of attacks kills more than 100 people and injure 350 others across Iraq.
2009 The Dubai Metro, the first urban train network in the Arabian Peninsula, is ceremonially inaugurated.
2001 Ahmad Shah Massoud, leader of the Northern Alliance, is assassinated in Afghanistan by two al-Qaeda assassins who claimed to be Arab journalists wanting an interview.
1994 Space Shuttle program: Space Shuttle Discovery is launched on STS-64.
1993 Israeli–Palestinian peace process: The Palestine Liberation Organization officially recognizes Israel as a legitimate state.
1991 Tajikistan declares independence from the Soviet Union.
1990 Batticaloa massacre: Massacre of 184 Tamil civilians by the Sri Lankan Army in Batticaloa District.
1972 In Kentucky's Mammoth Cave National Park, a Cave Research Foundation exploration and mapping team discovers a link between the Mammoth and Flint Ridge cave systems, making it the longest known cave passageway in the world.
1971 The four-day Attica Prison riot begins, eventually resulting in 39 dead, most killed by state troopers retaking the prison.
1970 A British airliner is hijacked by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and flown to Dawson's Field in Jordan.
1969 In Canada, the Official Languages Act comes into force, making French equal to English throughout the Federal government.
1969 Allegheny Airlines Flight 863 collides in mid-air with a Piper PA-28 Cherokee over Moral Township, Shelby County, Indiana, killing all 83 people on board both aircraft.
1966 The National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act is signed into law by U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson.
1965 The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development is established.
1965 Hurricane Betsy makes its second landfall near New Orleans, leaving 76 dead and $1.42 billion ($10–12 billion in 2005 dollars) in damages, becoming the first hurricane to cause over $1 billion in unadjusted damage.
1956 Elvis Presley appears on The Ed Sullivan Show for the first time.
1954 The 6.7 Mw  Chlef earthquake shakes northern Algeria with a maximum Mercalli intensity of XI (Extreme). At least 1,243 people were killed and 5,000 were injured.
1948 Kim Il-sung declares the establishment of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea).
1947 First case of a computer bug being found: A moth lodges in a relay of a Harvard Mark II computer at Harvard University.
1945 Second Sino-Japanese War: The Empire of Japan formally surrenders to China.
1944 World War II: The Fatherland Front takes power in Bulgaria through a military coup in the capital and armed rebellion in the country. A new pro-Soviet government is established.
1943 World War II: The Allies land at Salerno and Taranto, Italy.
1942 World War II: A Japanese floatplane drops incendiary bombs on Oregon.
1940 George Stibitz pioneers the first remote operation of a computer.
1940 Treznea Massacre in Transylvania.
1939 World War II: The Battle of Hel begins, the longest-defended pocket of Polish Army resistance during the German invasion of Poland.
1939 Burmese national hero U Ottama dies in prison after a hunger strike to protest Britain's colonial government.
1936 The crews of Portuguese Navy frigate NRP Afonso de Albuquerque and destroyer Dão mutinied against the Salazar dictatorship's support of General Franco's coup and declared their solidarity with the Spanish Republic.
1924 Hanapepe massacre occurs on Kauai, Hawaii.
1923 Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Republic of Turkey, founds the Republican People's Party.
1922 The Greco-Turkish War effectively ends with Turkish victory over the Greeks in Smyrna.
1914 World War I: The creation of the Canadian Automobile Machine Gun Brigade, the first fully mechanized unit in the British Army.
1892 Amalthea, third closest and fifth found moon of Jupiter is discovered by Edward Emerson Barnard.
1863 American Civil War: The Union Army enters Chattanooga, Tennessee.
1855 Crimean War: The Siege of Sevastopol comes to an end when Russian forces abandon the city.
1850 The Compromise of 1850 transfers a third of Texas's claimed territory to federal control in return for the U.S. federal government assuming $10 million of Texas's pre-annexation debt.
1850 California is admitted as the thirty-first U.S. state.
1845 Possible start of the Great Famine of Ireland.[7]
1839 John Herschel takes the first glass plate photograph.
1801 Alexander I of Russia confirms the privileges of Baltic provinces.
1791 Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States, is named after President George Washington.
1776 The Continental Congress officially names its union of states the United States.
1739 Stono Rebellion, the largest slave uprising in Britain's mainland North American colonies prior to the American Revolution, erupts near Charleston, South Carolina.
1588 Thomas Cavendish in his ship Desire enters Plymouth and completes the first deliberately planned voyage of circumnavigation.
1561 The ultimately unsuccessful Colloquy of Poissy opens in an effort to reconcile French Catholics and Protestants.
1543 Mary Stuart, at nine months old, is crowned "Queen of Scots" in the central Scottish town of Stirling.
1513 James IV of Scotland is defeated and dies in the Battle of Flodden, ending Scotland's involvement in the War of the League of Cambrai.
1499 The citizens of Lisbon celebrate the triumphal return of the explorer Vasco de Gama, completing his two-year journey around the Cape of Good Hope to India.
1493 Battle of Krbava Field, a decisive defeat of Croats in Croatian struggle against the invasion by the Ottoman Empire.
1493 Christopher Columbus, with 17 ships and 1,200 men, sails on second voyage from Cadiz.
1488 Anne becomes sovereign Duchess of Brittany, becoming a central figure in the struggle for influence that leads to the union of Brittany and France.
1320 In the Battle of Saint George, the Byzantines under Andronikos Asen ambush and defeat the forces of the Principality of Achaea, securing possession of Arcadia.
1141 Yelü Dashi, the Liao dynasty general who founded the Qara Khitai, defeats the Seljuq and Kara-Khanid forces at the Battle of Qatwan.
1000 Battle of Svolder, Viking Age.
337 Constantine II, Constantius II, and Constans succeed their father Constantine I as co-emperors. The Roman Empire is divided between the three Augusti.[1]
Famous People Born on September 9

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Year Name
1978 Kurt Ainsworth, American baseball player and businessman, co-founded Marucci Sports
1960 Bob Hartley, Canadian ice hockey player and coach
1968 Clive Mendonca, English footballer
1930 Francis Carroll, Australian archbishop
1906 Ali Hadi Bara, Iranian-Turkish sculptor and educator (d. 1971)
1923 Cliff Robertson, American actor (d. 2011)
1882 Clem McCarthy, American sportscaster (d. 1962)
1931 Zoltán Latinovits, Hungarian actor and author (d. 1976)
1972 Natasha Kaplinsky, English journalist
1967 Mark Shrader, American wrestler[99]
Famous People Deaths On September 9

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Date Name
1959 Ramón Fonst, Cuban fencer (b. 1883)
1806 William Paterson, Irish-American judge and politician, 2nd Governor of New Jersey (b. 1745)
1513 James IV, king of Scotland (b. 1473)
1031 Gang Gam-chan, Korean general (b. 948)
1893 Friedrich Traugott Kützing, German pharmacist, botanist and phycologist (b. 1807)
1191 Conrad II, duke of Bohemia
1975 Johannes Brenner, Estonian footballer (b. 1906)
1487 Chenghua, emperor of China (b. 1447)
1596 Anna Jagiellon, Polish queen (b. 1523)
1612 Nakagawa Hidenari, Japanese daimyō (b. 1570)