Today’s Ephemeris, September 9, 2022 What happened on September 9?

September 9 Ephemeris >> On a day like today 1932, The Cortes approve the Statute of Autonomy of Catalonia. in 1941, the Spanish Blue Division joined the anti-Soviet struggle in the Leningrad region during World War II. in 1942, Japanese aircraft bombed Brookings, Oregon, the only World War II air strike over the continental United States. in 1971, John Lennon releases Imagine, his second solo album, with 10 songs that make up a love letter from the former Beatle to his wife, Yoko Ono. in 2020Austrian scientists identified a lack of vitamin B1 as a likely key to the mental decline caused by alcoholism.

What happened on September 9?

1915/ Four Zeppelins of the German Naval Division bombed London with high-explosive and other incendiary bombs, the most important in the UK to that point.

1917/ General Kornilov is arrested after an attempted coup against the Provisional Russian Government.

1932 / The Cortes approve the autonomy status of Catalonia.

1941/ The Spanish Blue Division joins the anti-Soviet struggle in the Leningrad region during World War II.

1942/ Japanese aircraft bombed Brookings, Oregon, the only World War II air strike over the continental United States.

1944/ Uprising in Bulgaria with the support of the Soviet Army and implementation of the dictatorship under the NRB.

1948 / Proclamation of the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea.

1951 Chinese People’s Liberation Army forces capture Lhasa, the capital of Tibet.

1954/ 6.8 magnitude earthquake in El Asnam (Algeria), causing 1,400 deaths and 15,000 injuries.

1956/ Egyptian President Nasser rejects the US plan for the Suez Canal.

1971/ John Lennon releases Imagine, his second solo album, with 10 songs that form a love letter from the former Beatle to his wife Yoko Ono.

1979/ American Tracy Austin, aged 16 years and 8 months, becomes the youngest US Open tennis champion (until 2019) by defeating Chris Evert Lloyd (until 2019).

1981/ The Council of Ministers of France, led by Pierre Murois, at the beginning of the presidency of François Mitterrand, approves the nationalization of banks and eleven strategic industrial groups.

1988 About a thousand people die in Bangladesh due to floods caused by the overflowing of the Brahmaputra River.

1991 / Tajikistan declares its independence from the former USSR.

1995/ About 300,000 young people from 36 countries attend in Loreto (Italy) the meeting of Pope John Paul II with young people in favor of peace and human dignity.

1996 / Croatia and Yugoslavia establish formal diplomatic relations after five years of war.

1999 / Israel releases 199 prisoners and returns 7% of the West Bank to the Palestinians.

2001/ First civil marriage in Spain between a transsexual and a man, in Igualada (Barcelona).

2002 / Al Jazeera broadcasts a video in which Osama bin Laden claims responsibility for the September 11, 2001, attacks.

2003 / Archaeologists discover a four-story defensive tower in Girona from the time of Charlemagne.

2004/ Jemaah Islamiyah bombed the Australian embassy in Jakarta, killing eight and injuring 160.

2009 / Command frees British journalist Stephen Farrell kidnapped in Afghanistan.

2010 / The Spanish Congress approves the labor reform.

2012/ French President Hollande announces more than €30,000 million in cuts and tax reforms.

2015/ The Spanish Senate finally approves the reform of the abortion law.

2019/ The US begins a macro-investigation against Google for alleged monopoly.

2020/ Nature published, based on European research, that a diet that is less dependent on animal products will be a major factor in reversing the current decline in biodiversity.

>> Austrian scientists identify a lack of vitamin B1 as a likely key to the mental decline caused by alcoholism.

What happened on September 9 in America?

1541/ The widow of conquistador Pedro de Alvarado is sworn in as governor of Guatemala and dies after a few hours when a chapel collapses.

1807/ Surrender of British General Whitelocke: the British evacuate Montevideo.

1850/ California becomes part of the US territory.

1888/ Chile seizes Easter Island to set up its own prison.

1897/ Foundation of the Science Center in Cusco (Peru).

1931/ Mexico joins the League of Nations.

1932 / The Paraguayan government mobilizes the reservists due to the escalation of the conflict with Bolivia.

1971 / British Ambassador Geoffrey Jackson is released in Montevideo by the “Tupamaros” after eight months of kidnapping.

2020/ US President Donald Trump admits he deliberately downplayed the seriousness of COVID-19 to control “panic” and avoid “hysteria” in the markets.

Who was born on September 9?

1585/ Cardinal Richelieu, the French Armand Jean du Plessis.

1731/ Francisco Javier Claviero, Mexican historian and writer.

1828 / Leo Tolstoy, Russian writer.

1894 / Carlos Borosque, Chilean film director.

1908/ Cesare Pavese, Italian writer.

>> Aurora Reyes, considered the first Mexican muralist.

1918/ Oscar Luigi Scalfaro, President of Italy.

1922/ Alvaro de Laiglesia, Spanish writer and humorist.

1924/ Rick vam Steembergen, Belgian cycling champion.

1935/ Hilario Ascarate, Spanish pelota player.

1944/ Alvaro Hill-Robles, Spanish jurist and politician.

1950/ Agustin Díaz Yanez, Spanish film director and screenwriter.

1960/ Hugh Grant, British actor.

1985/ Luka Modric, Croatian footballer of Real Madrid.

2000/ Victoria Federica de Marichallar y Borbon, daughter of Infanta Elena and granddaughter of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia.

Who died on September 9?

1898/ Stephane Mallarmé, French symbolist poet.

1901 / Toulouse-Lautrec, French painter.

1976 / Mao Zedong, President of China.

1979/ Jean Seberg, American actress.

1981 / Ricardo Balbin, Argentine lawyer and politician.

1994/ Patrick O’Neill, American actor.

2002/ Antonio Humanes, Spanish composer.

>> Jose Luis Macera, Uruguayan politician and mathematician.

2003/ Edward Teller, American physicist.

>> Joaquin Homs, Catalan musician.

2006/ Ramon “Tito” Fernandez, film and TV series director.

2014/ Emilio Botin, Spanish banker.

2020/ Sher Hite, American sexologist, feminist and essayist.

>> Simeon Cox, pioneer of electronic music with silver apples.

Santoral from September 9.

  • Holy Mother of God on the head.
  • Virgin of Aranzazu.
  • Peter Claver.
  • hyacinth.

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