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Ships unload men and equipment at the Battle of Inchon.
Inaugural journey of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway
International Day of Democracy empty sections
Free Money Day doesn't appear to be a thing anymore
, El Salvador , Guatemala , and Honduras
Nicaragua Guatemala: refimprove; El Salvador/Honduras/Nicaragua: refimprove section
668 – , Constans II Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, was assassinated in his bath.
1644 – Giovanni Battista Pamphili was elected .
Pope Innocent X unreferenced section
1762 – British forces defeated the French at the in Battle of Signal Hill St. John's, Newfoundland, the final and decisive battle of the French and Indian War.
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1830 – During the opening of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, British Member of Parliament was struck and killed by the steam locomotive William Huskisson .
1835 – During the second voyage of HMS , Beagle Charles Darwin reached the , where he further developed his theories of Galápagos Islands evolution.
1944 – World : Following the War II Greek People's Liberation Army's victory in the , more than 700 Battle of Meligalas prisoners of war and about 50 civilians were massacred.
death toll is confused, and figure of 700 is not actually cited
1950 – Korean and American troops landed at Incheon, in an amphibious assault, starting the , a decisive Battle of Inchon United Nations military forces victory during the Korean War.
lots of CN tags in one section
Anton Webern too much uncited
1440 – French knight , one of the earliest known Gilles de Rais serial killers, was taken into custody upon an accusation brought against him by the Bishop of Nantes.
1776 – American Revolutionary War: The British made at an unopposed amphibious landing Kips Bay on Manhattan, the American defenders having fled due to artillery fire.
1795 – French Revolutionary Wars: Great Britain the seized Dutch Cape Colony to use its facilities against the French Navy.
1816 – became wrecked on the HMS Whiting , a treacherous Doom Bar shoal off the coast of Cornwall, England, that has caused over 600 known shipwrecks.
1821 – The Province of Guatemala of proclaimed the independence Central America from the Spanish Empire.
1830 – The Liverpool and Manchester Railway as the first opened locomotive-hauled railway to connect two major cities.
1862 – American Civil War: Confederate forces the Union garrison at captured Harpers Ferry, Virginia, taking more than 12,000 prisoners.
1916 – Tanks, the "secret weapons" of the British Army during the First World War, were first used in combat at the in Battle of Flers–Courcelette Somme, Picardy, France.
1935 – Nazi Germany enacted the , which deprived Nuremberg Laws German Jews of citizenship, and adopted emblazoned with a a new national flag swastika.
1963 – A bomb planted by members of the Ku Klux Klan in the exploded 16th Street Baptist Church, an African American church in Birmingham, Alabama, killing 4 children and injuring at least 22 others. Born/died: (b. 1533) Catherine of Austria, Queen of Poland · (b. 1736) Jean Sylvain Bailly · (d. 1859) Isambard Kingdom Brunel · (b. 1857) Anna Winlock · (b. 1932) Ann Bannon
: September 15 Independence Day in ( Costa Rica 1821); in Canada and the United Kingdom (2019)
Battle of Britain Day
(d. 1510) Catherine of Genoa · (b. 1918) Phil Lamason · (b. 1941)
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