September 06 in History – What happened on 06 September in Past

✅ Published on September 6th, 2021 in September in History

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

According to Gregory calendar, on September 06, the day number in a year is 249 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 250. September 06 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 06 in History - Top Historical Events ⚡

YearEvent / Incidence / Incident
1716The first lighthouse was built in Boston, North America.
1765At Jean-Jacques Russo's house, a mob in Switzerland strangled.
1776More than 6,000 people died from the storm in Guadeloupe Island.
1781American Revolutionary War-General Benedict Arnold led British forces to victory in the Battle of Groton Heights.
1781The Battle of Groton Heights resulted in the British Army victory.
1813Napoleon's forces were again defeated by Prussia and Russia at the Battle of Denwitz.
1901U.S. President William McKinley was fatally wounded byanarchist Leon Czolgosz at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, NewYork.
1915The first battle tank was built. This first version of the tank made in England was called \ 'Little Willie \'.
1916The first super market opened in Tennessee, USA.
1916The German Army re-established the Ninth Army for the Romanian campaign.
1921Police in Connecticut is carrying an investigation into the Klu Klux Klan who are allegedly appointing members by offering 'Preserve The Ideals of A Pure Anglo Saxon Civilization”
1930Argentine President Hipólito Yrigoyen was deposed in amilitary coup by José Félix Uriburu.
1934The mysterious film Charlie Chan in London was played by Warner Old.
1937The Civil War began in Spain with the Il Majuco War.
1943A group of businessmen in Monterrey, Mexico, founded theMonterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, now one of thelargest universities in Latin America.
1946United States Secretary of State James F. Byrnes announced that with regard to postwar Germany, the U.S. would from thereon follow apolicy of economic reconstruction.
1948Juliana became Queen of the Netherlands.
1952A prototype aircraft crashed at the Farnborough Airshow inHampshire, England, killing 29 spectators and the two on board.
1955A Turkish mob attacked ethnic Greeks in Istanbul, killing atleast 13 people and damaging more than 5,000 Greek-owned homes andbusinesses.
1958The US conducted nuclear tests in the Atlantic Sea.
1961The first Non-Aligned Movement Summit ended in Belgrade, Yugoslavia.
1963Victor Krulak was sent on a mission by the Kennedyadministration to assess the progress of the Vietnam War, and theviability of South Vietnamese President Ngo Dinh Diem against thebackdrop of the Buddhist crisis and Xa Loi Pagoda raids.
1965West Pakistan has been entered and attacked by Indian troops which seem to be aimed primarily at Lahore.
1965The Indian Army crossed the border from three places and attacked West Pakistan.
1966Hendrik Verwoerd, the South African Prime Minister who apparently was the Architect of apartheid is murdered during a parliamentary meeting in Cape Town
1966South African Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd, the 'architectof apartheid', was stabbed to death by Dimitri Tsafendas.
1969The African country of Swaziland gained independence from Britain. Today was declared as the national day of this country.
1970The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) have hijacked four aircraft from airports in Europe.
1970Members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestinehijacked four jet aircraft en route from Europe to New York City,landing two of them at Dawson's Field in Zerqa, Jordan, and one plane inBeirut.
1972Hindustani classical music legend Ustad Alaudhreen Khan died.
198623 people were killed in an attack at a Jewish worship house in Istanbul.
1986The eighth Non-Aligned Movement Summit ended in Harare, Zimbabwe.
1988At the age of 11, Thomas Gregory became the youngest swimmer to swim the English Channel.
1991Russia's second largest city, located in Eastern Europe and North Asia, got its old name back to St. Petersburg.
1992The tenth Non-Aligned Movement Summit ended in Jakarta, Indonesia.
1995Baltimore Oriole short stop Cal Ripken, Jr. played his 2131st consecutive major league baseball game, breaking the 56-year old recordset by New York Yankee first baseman Lou Gehrig.
2000The Millennium Summit, a meeting of world leaders to discussthe role of the United Nations at the turn of the 21st century, openedin New York City.
2006As per a survey conducted by the World Bank's International Finance Corporation the Singaporean economy tops a list of 175 economies as the most business-friendly economy in the world.
2006Felipe Calderón of the ruling Conservative Party of Mexico was nominated as the new president.
2007People’s Republic of China has again blocked Wikipedia, apparently because of the upcoming Communist Party Congress.
2008The Nuclear Suppliers Group has approved the deal that will allow the trade of nuclear technology between India and the United States. This will help India to increase its energy program.
2008D. Subbarao took over as the Governor of the Reserve Bank of India.
2009An acid attack that took place in Hong Kong has gravely injured around 10 people.
201023 Shia Muslim protesters are accused of terrorism and trying to take over the Bahrain government.
2012Barack Obama became the Democratic Party nominee for the US presidency.
2012Barack Obama accepted the Democratic nomination for US President.
2013The sighting of a Central rock rat has been confirmed by Australia. This creature has not been spotted since year 1960 and is found only in Australia.

Famous Birthdays of September 06 😀:

YearName / Profession / Country
1921Norman Joseph Woodland / Inventor / United States of America
1963Bryan Simonaire / Politician / United States of America
1979Mike Arnaoutis / Boxer / Greece
1913Leônidas / Footballer / Brazil
1925Andrea Camilleri / Author / Italy
1967Kalli Kalde / Illustrator / Estonia
1800Catharine Beecher / Activist / United States of America
1962Marina Kaljurand / Diplomat / Russia
1928Fumihiko Maki / Architect / Japan
1957Ali Divandari / Painter / Iran
1535Emanuel van Meteren / Historian / Belgium
1869Walford Davies / Composer / United Kingdom
1940Elizabeth Murray / Painter / United States of America
1993Mattia Valoti / Footballer / Italy
1852Schalk Willem Burger / Lawyer / South Africa
1972Anika Noni Rose / Actress / United States of America
1475Sebastiano Serlio / Architect / Italy
1988Denis Tonucci / Footballer / Italy
1919Wilson Greatbatch / Engineer / United States of America
1941Roger Law / Illustrator / United Kingdom
1908Anthony Wagner / Academic / United Kingdom
1957José Sócrates / Politician / Portugal
1859Macpherson Robertson / Business Man / Australia
1965Terry Bickers / Writer / United Kingdom
1939Brigid Berlin / Actress / United States of America
1892Edward Victor Appleton / Academic / United Kingdom
1949Iris Robinson / Politician / Ireland
1917George Mann / Cricketer / United Kingdom
1928Yevgeny Svetlanov / Conductor / Russia
1971Asko Künnap / Poet / Estonia

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