September 02 in History – What happened on 02 September in Past

✅ Published on September 2nd, 2019 in September in History

02 September - Today in History - Important historical events happened on this day in India and World History

According to Gregory calendar, on September 02, the day number in a year is 245 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 246. September 02 has a special significance in India and world history, because many such incidents have occurred on this day which have been recorded forever in the pages of history. Let's know some such important events which will increase your general knowledge. The facts collected will be as follows: People born on this day, demise of famous people, war treaty, freedom of any country, invention of new technologies, change of power, important National and International Day etc.

September 02 in History - Top Historical Events ⚡

YearEvent / Incidence / Incident
47Caesarion, possibly the son of Julius Caesar, became the last king of the Ptolemaic dynasty of Egypt, ruling jointly with his motherCleopatra.
1573Akbar, the third ruler of the Mughal dynasty, won the decisive battle near Ahmedabad and captured Gujarat.
1649Forces loyal to Pope Innocent X destroyed the ancient Italiancity of Castro, ending the Wars of Castro.
1666A large fire began on London's Pudding Lane and burned the cityfor three days, destroying St Paul's Cathedral and the homes of 70,000of the city's 80,000 inhabitants.
1732Pope Clement XII renewed anti-Jewish laws of Rome.
1752Celebrated the last Julian calendar day in Britain and the British colonies.
1789The United States established its own revenue department.
1789Established the United States Treasury Department.
1792French Revolution-Due to an overwhelming fear that foreignarmies would attack Paris and prisoners would revolt, thousands ofpeople were summarily executed.
1806An entire city of Switzerland was destroyed by landslides.
1807The British Royal Navy began their bombardment of Copenhagen tocapture the Dano-Norwegian navy.
1820The Doogang emperor succeeded in seizing the throne of the Qing dynasty in China.
1833Oberlin College was founded in Oberlin, Ohio.
1843The Economist newspaper was first published in London.
1859Gas lighting introduced for Hawaii.
1864American Civil War-Union forces entered Atlanta, Georgia, a day after the Confederate defenders fled the city, bringing the Atlanta Campaign to a close.
1885White miners in Rock Springs, Wyoming, US, attacked Chineseimmigrants, killing at least 28 Chinese miners and causing approximatelyUS$150,000 in property damage.
1897Macaul "magazine was first published.
1898For the first time machine guns were used in battle.
1901U.S. Vice President Theodore Roosevelt first uttered the famousphrase 'speak softly and carry a big stick' at theMinnesota State Fair, describing his philosophy of negotiatingpeacefully while simultaneously threatening to use military force.
1925Ministers from Canada and the USA have been meeting to stop the illegal import of moonshine alcohol across the US-Canadian border through cooperation.
1937A typhoon has hit Hong Kong with devastating results including upwards of 500 fatalities and the city remains inundated. The body count is expected to increase as the floods show signs of ebbing.
1945Japan formally capitulates to the Allied Forces, drawing World War II to a close.
1945On the deck of the United States Navy battleship Missouri inTokyo Bay, representatives from the Empire of Japan and several Allied Powers signed the Japanese Instrument of Surrender, formally ending World War II.
1945Communist revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh declared Vietnam independent.
1945The Second World War ended after Japan accepted defeat. World War II lasted for six years.
1946The interim government of India, headed by Jawaharlal Nehru,formed to assist the transition of India from British rule toindependence.
1946Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of independent India, was sworn in as Prime Minister of the Interim Government of undivided India.
1956125 people died due to the collapse of a bridge between Jadcherala and Mehboob Nagar, 100 km from Hyderabad.
1957President Ngô Ðình Di?m of South Vietnam became the firstforeign head of state to make a state visit to Australia.
1967Paddy Roy Bates proclaimed HM Fort Roughs, a former SecondWorld War Maunsell Sea Fort in the North Sea off the coast of Suffolk,England, as an independent sovereign state-the Principality of Sealand.
1969The Automatic Teller Machine ATM) was a money withdrawal machine, first introduced to the world in New York City, USA.
1990Transnistria unilaterally declared its independence from whatwas then the Moldavian SSR of the Soviet Union, but it remains only apartially recognised state.
1990The Soviet passenger ship sank in the Black Sea, killing 79 passengers, missing hundreds.
1991The United States formally recognized the independence of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia.
1992An estimated magnitude 7.2 earthquake off the coast of thecoast of Nicaragua was the first tsunami earthquake to be captured onmodern broadband seismic networks.
1992An earthquake in Nicaragua killed at least 116 people.
1998Swissair Flight 111, en route from New York City to Geneva,crashed into the Atlantic Ocean, killing all 229 people on board.
1998The Twelfth NAM Summit began in Durban, South Africa.
2005Hurricane Katrina hit the United States causing great devastation.
2007Christopher R. Hill, the US representative in talks with North Korea, states that the autocratic nation has agreed to declare as well as disable all of its nuclear plants by the end of the year.
2007The 11th World Championship of the game was concluded in Osaka, Japan.
2008Paleontologists in France discover a well-preserved skull of a steppe mammoth. They believe the rare discovery could disclose more about the evolution of that species.
2009A bomb explodes outside the stock exchange of Athens, causing damage to the building. No casualties reported.
2009Former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and National Congress Party leader Dr. Yeduguri Suspicious Rajasekhara Reddy died in an air crash.
2010ICC charges Pakistan’s skipper Salman Butt along with pacers Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamer with corruption offences and expels them from international cricket on a provisional basis, pending hearings.
2011Düsseldorf court orders Samsung withhold the sale of its new tablet, Galaxy Tab, acting on a lawsuit brought by Apple.
2012The state TV in Egypt rolls back a decades-long ban on veiled female newsreaders.
2013Swimmer Diana Nyadset a record by becoming the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida, without using a shark cage.



Famous Birthdays of September 02 😀:

YearName / Profession / Country
1995Deimantas Petravičius / Footballer / Lithuania
1894Joseph Roth / Journalist / Austria
1931Clifford Jordan / Saxophonist / United States of America
1962Alonso Lujambio / Politician / Mexico
1924Daniel arap Moi / Politician / Kenya
1973Jason Blake / Ice Hockey Player / United States of America
1956Mario Tremblay / Ice Hockey Player / Canada
1971Tom Steels / Cyclist / Belgium
1892Dezső Kertész / Actor / Hungary
1251Francis of Fabriano / Writer / Italy
1810Lysander Button / Engineer / United States of America
1988Ishant Sharma / Cricketer / India
1988Javi Martínez / Footballer / Spain
1928Mel Stuart / Producer / United States of America
1812William Fox / Politician / United Kingdom
1953Maurice Colclough / Rugby Player / United Kingdom
1988Ishmeet Singh / Singer / India
1992Xenia Knoll / Tennis Player / Switzerland
1961Carlos Valderrama / Footballer / Colombia
1923René Thom / Biologist / France
1976Aziz Zakari / Sprinter / Ghana
1996Lilla Barzó / Tennis Player / Hungary
1946Luis Ávalos / Actor / United States of America
1986Gélson Fernandes / Footballer / Switzerland
1989Alexandre Pato / Footballer / Brazil
1854Hans Jæger / Philosopher / Norway
1839Henry George / Author / United States of America
1968Cynthia Watros / Actress / United States of America
1960Eric Dickerson / Footballer / United States of America
1981Fariborz Kamkari / Director / Iran

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