September 12


January 20, 2022

September 12, September 12, or September 12 (the twelfth day of the ninth month) is the two hundred fifty-fifth (255) day of simple years, or the two hundred fifty-sixth day (256) of leap years according to the Western Gregorian calendar (Gregorian) . There are 110 days left until the end of the year.


622 - Anniversary of the Prophet Muhammad's migration from Mecca to Medina, according to the Gregorian calendar. 1683 - The last attempt by the Ottomans to conquer the capital of the Austrian Empire, Vienna, collapses. 1943 - The Nazi German commandos carried out an operation to rescue the Italian leader Benito Mussolini from his exile, as he was under house arrest in the Gran Sasso mountain in Italy and transported him by plane to Munich, where he announced on German radio that he was the sole leader of Italy. Forces of the Free Government of France seize the French island of Corsica after the forces of the Vichy government and the forces of Nazi Germany were expelled from it. 1944 - The signing of the "London Protocol", which divided Berlin into four sectors belonging to each of the Allied countries. 1950 - The Belgian government fires all Communist government employees from their jobs. 1953 - Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev becomes the first General Secretary of the Communist Party, thus combining the new position with the presidency of the Soviet Union. 1962 - US President John F. Kennedy announces that the United States will land on the moon by the end of the decade. 1970 - The first Concorde aircraft arrives at Heathrow Airport in London from Toulouse, France where it was being assembled, on the first flight of this supersonic aircraft. 1980 - Military coup in Turkey led by Kenan Evren. 1994 - The first release of the Netscape web browser. 2003 - The United Nations lifts economic sanctions on Libya after the latter agreed to pay compensation estimated at about 2.7 billion dollars to the victims of the Pan Am plane. 2005 - Hong Kong Disneyland opens. 2009 - The Tea Movement organizes a Washington taxpayer rally. 2010 - A referendum is held in Turkey on constitutional amendments proposed by the government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan that reduce the control of the army and the judiciary, and the Turks agree to these amendments. 2012 - The General National Congress of Libya elects Mustafa Abu Shagur as prime minister after receiving 96 votes, ahead of his rival Mahmoud Jibril, who received 94 votes. 2013 - NASA confirms that the space probe Voyager 1 left the boundaries of the solar system on about August 25, 2013, after a journey that lasted 36 years, and reached the interstellar region, which is the first human-made object to reach this place. 2017 - Apple unveils the iPhone X and iPhone 8. 2018 - Arabic Wikipedia reaches more than 600,000 articles. 2019 - Advertising

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