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- 1 September 1, 1965 (Wednesday)
- 2 September 2, 1965 (Thursday)
- 3 September 3, 1965 (Friday)
- 4 September 4, 1965 (Saturday)
- 5 September 5, 1965 (Sunday)
- 6 September 6, 1965 (Monday)
- 7 September 7, 1965 (Tuesday)
- 8 September 8, 1965 (Wednesday)
- 9 September 9, 1965 (Thursday)
- 10 September 10, 1965 (Friday)
- 11 September 11, 1965 (Saturday)
- 12 September 12, 1965 (Sunday)
- 13 September 13, 1965 (Monday)
- 14 September 14, 1965 (Tuesday)
- 15 September 15, 1965 (Wednesday)
- 16 September 16, 1965 (Thursday)
- 17 September 17, 1965 (Friday)
- 18 September 18, 1965 (Saturday)
- 19 September 19, 1965 (Sunday)
- 20 September 20, 1965 (Monday)
- 21 September 21, 1965 (Tuesday)
- 22 September 22, 1965 (Wednesday)
- 23 September 23, 1965 (Thursday)
- 24 September 24, 1965 (Friday)
- 25 September 25, 1965 (Saturday)
- 26 September 26, 1965 (Sunday)
- 27 September 27, 1965 (Monday)
- 28 September 28, 1965 (Tuesday)
- 29 September 29, 1965 (Wednesday)
- 30 September 30, 1965 (Thursday)
- 31 References
September 1, 1965 (Wednesday)
- Indo-Pakistani War of 1965: Pakistan launches Operation Grand Slam, with the objective of capturing the vital town of Akhnoor in Jammu, so as to sever communications and cut off supply routes to Indian troops. Pakistani leader Ayub Khan states that "Hindu morale will not stand more than a couple of hard blows at the right time and place" India responds by calling in its air force.
- Born: Craig McLachlan, Australian actor and singer, in Long Jetty, New South Wales
September 2, 1965 (Thursday)
- Pakistani troops enter the Indian sector of Kashmir, while Indian troops try to invade Lahore.
- Born: Lennox Lewis, British boxer, in West Ham, London, to Jamaican parents
September 3, 1965 (Friday)
- Pope Paul VI issues the encyclical Mysterium fidei, reinforcing traditional Roman Catholic doctrine concerning the Eucharist.
- Born: Charlie Sheen, US actor
September 4, 1965 (Saturday)
- The Gillette Cup limited-over cricket tournament, is won by Yorkshire. Geoff Boycott's 146 runs in the final at Lord's, remains the highest ever scored in a Lord's county limited-overs final.
- Born: Bowie Lam, Hong Kong actor and singer, in Hong Kong
- Died: Albert Schweitzer, 90, Alsatian physician and missionary, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize
September 5, 1965 (Sunday)
September 6, 1965 (Monday)
- The Islamic Republic of Pakistan observes its Defence Day, on account of successful defence of Lahore and other important areas against India.
September 7, 1965 (Tuesday)
- Pakistan celebrates Air Force Day on account of heavy retaliations to India.
- The People's Republic of China announces that it will reinforce its troops on the Indian border.
- Vietnam War: In a follow-up to August's Operation Starlite, United States Marines and South Vietnamese forces initiate Operation Piranha on the Batangan Peninsula, 23 miles (37 km) south of the Chu Lai Marine base.
September 8, 1965 (Wednesday)
- India opens 2 additional fronts against Pakistan.
- The Pakistan Navy raids Indian coasts without any resistance in Operation Dwarka (Pakistan celebrates Victory Day annually).
- Died: Dorothy Dandridge, 42, US actress and singer (cause of death uncertain); Hermann Staudinger, 84, German chemist and Nobel Prize laureate
September 9, 1965 (Thursday)
- U.N. Secretary General U Thant negotiates with Pakistan President Ayub Khan.
- U Thant recommends China for United Nations membership.
- Hurricane Betsy roars ashore near New Orleans, Louisiana, US, with winds of 145 mph (233 km/h), causing 76 deaths and $1.42 billion in damage. The storm is the first hurricane to cause $1 billion in unadjusted damages, giving it the nickname "Billion Dollar Betsy". It is the last major hurricane to strike New Orleans until Hurricane Katrina 40 years later.
- UK dredger Bowqueen capsizes and sinks off Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, with the loss of four of her seven crew.
- Sandy Koufax of the Los Angeles Dodgers pitches a perfect game in a baseball match against the Chicago Cubs. The opposing pitcher, Bob Hendley, allows only 1 run, which is unearned. It is Koufax's fourth no-hitter in as many seasons.
September 10, 1965 (Friday)
- Future prime minister Per Borten completes his first term as President of the Odelsting, a chamber of the Parliament of Norway.
- Born: Mona Mahmudnizhad, Iranian Bahá'í martyr, in Shiraz (died 1983)
- Died: "Father Divine", about 90 (date of birth unknown), African-American religious leader and founder of the International Peace Mission movement
September 11, 1965 (Saturday)
- Indo-Pakistani War: The Indian Army captures the town of Burki, just southeast of Lahore.
- Vietnam War: The 1st Cavalry Division of the United States Army arrives in Vietnam.
- Born: Bashar al-Assad, President of Syria, in Damascus, the son of Hafez al-Assad; Moby, US musician (as Richard Melville Hall) in Harlem, New York City
September 12, 1965 (Sunday)
- The 1965 Italian Grand Prix is held at Monza and won by Jackie Stewart.
- Born: Einstein Kristiansen, Norwegian cartoonist, designer and TV host, in Greåker
September 13, 1965 (Monday)
- The Congress of Arab Countries begins in Casablanca; Habib Bourguiba of Tunisia boycotts the meeting.
- Toronto City Hall is officially opened by Canada's Governor General, George Vanier.
September 14, 1965 (Tuesday)
- The fourth and final period of the Second Vatican Council opens.
- Born: Dmitry Medvedev, Russian President, in Leningrad
September 15, 1965 (Wednesday)
- Legislative elections are held in South-West Africa. The result of the election, in which only whites have the right to vote, is a victory for the National Party of South-West Africa.
September 16, 1965 (Thursday)
- In Iraq, Prime Minister Arif Abd ar-Razzaq's attempted coup fails.
- Died: Fred Quimby, 79, US animated film producer
September 17, 1965 (Friday)
- King Constantine II of Greece forms a new government with Prime Minister Stephanos Stephanopoulos, in an attempt to end a 2-year-old political crisis.
- Pan Am Flight 292 crash: A Boeing 707-120B flies into Chances Peak on the island of Montserrat while on a flight from Fort-de-France - Le Lamentin Airport in Martinique to Coolidge International Airport in Antigua and Barbuda. The aircraft is destroyed, with no survivors among the 30 passengers and crew on board.
September 18, 1965 (Saturday)
- In Denmark, small-time criminal Palle Sørensen shoots dead four policemen who are pursuing him; he is apprehended the next day. Danish law changes as a result of the incident.
- Comet Ikeya-Seki is first sighted by Japanese astronomers.
- Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin invites the leaders of India and Pakistan to meet in the Soviet Union to negotiate.
- John McKellar's comedy revue A Cup of Tea, a Bex and a Good Lie Down opens at the Phillip Street Theatre, Sydney, Australia.
September 19, 1965 (Sunday)
September 20, 1965 (Monday)
- Vietnam War: An American F-4 Phantom II is shot down by Vietnamese ace pilot Nguyễn Nhật Chiêu, flying a MiG-17.
September 21, 1965 (Tuesday)
September 22, 1965 (Wednesday)
- Radio Peking announces that Indian troops have dismantled their equipment on the Chinese side of the border.
- British cargo ship Tactician, laden with explosives, catches fire off Canvey Island, Essex. The ship is flooded during firefighting operations.
September 23, 1965 (Thursday)
- Indo-Pakistani War of 1965: Hostilities cease following intervention by the United Nations; the ceasefire takes effect at 3am.
- Born: Aleqa Hammond, Greenland's first female prime minister, in Narsag.
September 24, 1965 (Friday)
- Sporadic fighting continues between Indian and Pakistani troops.
- The British governor of Aden, Sir Richard Turnbull, cancels the constitution and takes direct control of the protectorate, because of the bad security situation.
September 25, 1965 (Saturday)
September 26, 1965 (Sunday)
- The decommissioned East German training ship Albin Köbis is sunk as a target off Rosenort.
- USSR cruise ship Nadezhda Krupskaya runs aground off Stockholm, Sweden. All 94 passengers are returned to Stockholm by a Swedish ship.
- Born: Alexandra Lencastre, Portuguese actress, in Lisbon
- Died: James Fitzmaurice, 67, Irish aviator
September 27, 1965 (Monday)
- The world's largest tanker ship at the time, Tokyo Maru, is launched in Yokohama, Japan.
- Died: Sir William Stanier, 89, English steam locomotive engineer; Clara Bow, 60, US silent film actress (atherosclerosis)
September 28, 1965 (Tuesday)
- Fidel Castro announces that anyone who wants to can emigrate to the United States.
- Taal Volcano in Luzon, Philippines, erupts, killing hundreds.
- British ship Sir Joseph Rawlinson sinks after a collision with a hopper barge. Ten crew members are rescued by the tug Danube VIII, but nine others die. The ship was raised in the following year.
- Aviator James Fitzmaurice is given a state funeral in Dublin.
September 29, 1965 (Wednesday)
September 30, 1965 (Thursday)
- 30 September Movement: The Indonesian army, led by General Suharto, crushes an alleged communist coup attempt.
- The classic family sci-fi show Thunderbirds debuts on ITV.
- US Victory ship Transcaribbean is driven ashore at Bermuda in a storm.
- Donovan appears on US TV show Shindig!, performing Buffy Sainte-Marie's "Universal Soldier".
- "Underestimating India". Indian Express. 2009-09-04. Retrieved 2011-12-21.
- The Lennox Lewis interview. Playboy online. April 2002. Accessed October 6, 2006
- Frindall, Bill (2009). Ask Bearders. BBC Books. p. 181. ISBN 978-1-84607-880-4.
- (Italian) Results at sportpro.it
- Earl Mills (1999). Dorothy Dandridge: An Intimate Biography. p. 196. Retrieved 2011-07-17.
- "Ship Capsizes in North Sea Gale" The Times (London). Thursday, 9 September 1965. (56422), col E, p. 10.
- Reuters (1983-06-20). "Iran reportedly executes 16 Baha'is in secret". New York Times.
- John Gordon Melton (1965-09-10). "Father Divine (American religious leader) - Britannica Online Encyclopedia". Britannica.com. Retrieved 2009-05-16.
- CBC Digital Archives. Accessed 11 January 2014
- 1965 Legislative Assembly Election African Elections Database
- Aviation Safety Network N708PA accident synopsis retrieved 2010-06-13
- Pedersen, Niels (19 November 2007). "Mordene der rystede Danmark" (in Danish). B.T. Retrieved 1 November 2010.
- "Prompt – Phillip Street Theatre" (PDF). National Library of Australia. February 2012. p. 7. Retrieved 21 November 2012.
Commencing 18 September. A Cup of Tea, a Bex and a Good Lie Down. Starring: Gloria Dawn, John Ewart, Reginald Livermore, Brigid Lenihan, Kevan Johnston, Judith Roberts, Donald MacDonald, Barbara Wyndon. 7 programs.
- US Losses in the Vietnam War
- "Fire in Explosives Cargo Ship" The Times (London). Thursday, 23 September 1956. (56434), col E, p. 12.
- Official History of the 1965 War, p240 Accessed 12 January 2014
- Peter Hinchcliffe, John T. Ducker, Maria Holt, Without Glory in Arabia: The British Retreat from Aden, I B Tauris, 2007. ISBN 978-1-84511-140-3. p 138-9
- Johnny E. Balsved, ed. (22 February 2003). "Hvidbjørnen (1929 – 1943)". Naval History – Royal Danish Navy. Retrieved 12 February 2012.
- "94 Passengers Taken off Soviet Liner" The Times (London). Monday, 27 September 1965. (56437), col A, p. 8.
- Stenn, David (1988). Clara Bow: Runnin' Wild. Doubleday.
- "Ship Sinks in Fog: Nine Lost" The Times (London). Wednesday, 29 September 1965. (56439), col C, p. 10.
- Lane, Anthony (2009). Shipwrecks of Kent. Stroud: The History Press. pp. 34, 81. ISBN 978-0-7524-1720-2.
- "Funeral of Irish Aviation Pioneer" (fee required). The Irish Times. 29 September 1965. p. 7.
- "Freak Storm Hits Bermuda" The Times (London). Friday, 1 October 1965. (56441), col F, p. 10.