September 22 in History – What happened on 22 September in Past

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

According to Gregory calendar, on September 22, the day number in a year is 265 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 266. September 22 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 22 in History - Top Historical Events

YearEvent / Incidence / Incident
904The warlord Zhu Quanzhong killed Emperor Zhaozong, thepenultimate emperor of Tang Dynasty China, after seizing control of theimperial government.
1539The first Guru of the Sikh sect, Guru Nanak Dev, died at Kartapur. It was he who started the practice of 'langar \'.
1586Eighty Years' War-Spanish forces were victorious against acombined Anglo-Dutch army in the Battle of Zutphen.
1711French troops captured Rio de Janeiro.
1735Robert Walpole became the first British "Prime Minister" (actually Lord of the Treasury) to live at 10 Downing Street.
1756Nassau Hall opened at Princeton University.
1761King George III and Queen Charlotte of the United Kingdom were crowned.
1776Captain Nathan Hale, an American Revolutionary spy from theContinental Army, was hanged by British forces.
1784Russia established a colony in Kodiak, Alaska.
1792French Revolution-One day after the National Convention votedto abolish the monarchy, the French First Republic came into being.
1792The establishment of the Republic of France was announced.
1792The era of the historic French Republican calendar began.
1827Joseph Smith claimed in 1838 that on this day he had taken golden plates from the place where he had been stored and that he had started writing the Book of Mormon from him the following December.
1832After Sultan Mahmud II rejected Muhammad Said Agha, Qasim al Ahmad was appointed as the new Ottoman governor of Jerusalem Qudus).
1862U.S. President Abraham Lincoln issued the EmancipationProclamation, declaring the freedom of all slaves in Confederateterritory by January 1, 1863.
1862President Lincoln ordered on January 1 to free slaves from all states.
1903The American citizen Italo Marchioni was granted a patent for an ice cream cone.
1914World War I-German naval forces bombarded Papeete in French Polynesia.
1914The German warship Imden bombed the port of Madras.
1922After nine days, the Great Fire of Smyrna was extinguished,having caused tens of thousands of deaths.
1934One of Britain's worst mining accidents took place when anexplosion at Gresford Colliery in Wales, killed 266 men.
1949The Soviet Union explodes it's first Nuclear Bomb, this has happened 4 years after America.
1949The Soviet Union successfully tested the first atomic bomb.
1955ITV was founded as the first commercial television network in the United Kingdom.
1955Commercialization of television began in Britain. In this, the advertisement was allowed to be broadcast for only six minutes every hour and it was not allowed to run on Sunday morning.
1957François 'Papa Doc' Duvalier was elected President of Haiti asa populist before consolidating power and ruling as a dictator for therest of his life.
1965A cease fire is declared between India and Pakistan over the Kashmir possession situation.
1965A ceasefire took place on the initiative of the United Nations on this day in the battle between India and Pakistan.
1966The American vehicle \ 'Savorier-2 \' hit the lunar surface.
1979Maulana Abdul Ali Maududi, founder of Jamiat-e-Islam, passed away.
1980The ongoing border conflict between Iran and Iraq transformed into a war.
1994The Nordhordland Bridg, which crosses Salhusfjordenbetween Klauvaneset and Flatøy in Hordaland, and is the second-longestbridge in Norway, was officially opened.
2005Australia agrees to fund Indonesia's response to avian influenza by providing anti-viral drugs to protect health workers in the event of a pandemic. A World Health Organisation team is being sent to Jakarta.
2006As per reports, the number of people who have fallen sick after consuming tainted spinach has reached 166 in 25 U.S. states.
2006The Atlantis Special Craft, which went on a construction mission of the International Space Station, landed safely at the Kennedy Space Center in the United States.
2007Turkish Foreign Minister Ali Babacan denounces US backing of the PKK terrorist group, which is responsible for attacks on Turkish forces.
2007NASA's Air Craft detected seven caves-like shapes on Mars.
2009Security is increased throughout Germany after the surfacing of al-Qaeda videos threatening attacks if troops are not withdrawn from Afghanistan.
2010In accordance with U.N. Security Council Resolution 1929, Russia has banned any further arms and ammunition sales to Iran.
2011Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, former captain of the Indian cricket team and Nawab of Pataudi, died on this day.
2012The Roman Catholic Church in the Australian state of Victoria has shamefully admitted that over 600 children underwent sexual abuse by priests since the 1930s.
2013Two suicide bombers attack a church in the Pakistani city of Peshawar. They killed at least 78 people.
2014Demonstrators block Wall Street as they demand action on climate change in advance of a U.N. climate change forum that is set to take place tomorrow.



Famous Birthdays of September 22:

YearName / Profession / Country
1743Quintin Craufurd / Author / Scotland
1923Dannie Abse / Poet / United Kingdom
1984Ross Jarman / Writer / United Kingdom
1956Robert Bowlin / Guitarist / United States of America
1962Martin Crowe / Player / New Zealnad
1947Jo Beverley / Author / United Kingdom
1905Eugen Sänger / Engineer / Austria
1920Eric Baker / Activist / United Kingdom
1891Alma Thomas / Painter / United States of America
1715Jean-Étienne Guettard / Mineralogist / France
1932Algirdas Brazauskas / Politician / Lithuania
1909John Engstead / Journalist / United States of America
1957Nick Cave / Writer / Australia
1990Denard Robinson / Footballer / United States of America
1895Paul Muni / Actor / United States of America
1862Anastasios Charalambis / Politician / Greece
1907Maurice Blanchot / Author / France
1929Carlo Ubbiali / Motorcycle Racer / Italy
1980Svenja Weidemann / Tennis Player / Germany
1924Rosamunde Pilcher / Author / United Kingdom
1983Mamrie Hart / Actress / United States of America
1982Domenic Cassisi / Footballer / Australia
1973Stéfan Louw / Tenor / South Africa
1983Will Farquarson / Bass Player / United Kingdom
1924Charles Waterhouse / Painter / United States of America
1961Bonnie Hunt / Actress / United States of America
1907Hermann Schlichting / Engineer / Germany
1980Francesco D'Isa / Journalist / Italy
1961Diane Lemieux / Politician / Canada
1926Bill Smith / Composer / United States of America

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