September 29

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January 23, 2022

September 29 is the 272nd day of the year in the Julian calendar and the Gregorian calendar, the 273rd in the event of a leap year. There are 93 days left before the end of the year. It was usually the eighth day of the month of vendémiaire in the French republican/revolutionary calendar, officially referred to as amarant(h)e day. September 28 - September 29 - September 30

Events

5th century BC. 480 BC. J.-C.: Athenian Greek naval victory over the Persians during a battle at Salamis (desired reference as to this precise date but very likely month of September on the other hand). [ref. desired]

14th century

1364: Battle of Auray (War of Succession of Brittany), victory of the Anglo-Bretons of Jean IV of Brittany, over the Franco-Bretons. 1399: abdication of Richard II of England in favor of his cousin Henry IV.

16th century

1513: the Spanish conquistador Vasco Núñez de Balboa first reached the Pacific Ocean, after crossing (on foot) the Isthmus of Panama (in four days). 1555: Peace of Augsburg, between the Lutheran States and the German Catholic States. 1567: start of the Michelade de Nîmes.

17th century

1642: attachment of Sedan to France. 1668: start of construction of the Citadel of Besançon (Besançon then owned by the Crown of Spain).

18th century

1793: the Convention passes the General Maximum Law.

19th century

1818: opening of the congress of Aix-la-Chapelle, which leads to the third treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle. 1833: Death of King Ferdinand VII of Spain, resulting in a civil war between Carlists and supporters of Isabella II of Spain. 1895: the French occupy Tananarive, on the large island of Madagascar.

20th century

1918: French spahis and chasseurs d'Afrique riders capture Uskub in Albania, confirming the defeat of the German-Bulgarian armies in the Balkans. By accepting the terms of the Armistice of Thessaloniki, Bulgaria, defeated, put an end to its participation in the First World War. Spa Conference. The government of the Reich, pushed by the Dioscuri, is obliged to open peace talks with the Allies. 1923: entry into force of the British mandate over Palestine. 1924: Plutarco Elías Calles succeeds Álvaro Obregón, and is proclaimed President of the Republic of Mexico. 1936: in Spain, the Junta de Defensa Nacional appoints General Franco head of government and commander of the armed forces, in the nationalist camp. 1938: Munich agreements, bringing together the British democrats Chamberlain and French Daladier, with the Italian dictators Mussolini and German Hitler. The democracies give in to the demands of Germany, which wants the annexation of Czechoslovakia. 1941: Babi Yar massacre (until September 30, 1941). The Einsatzgruppen shoot dead nearly 34,000 Jews in a wood in central Ukraine. 1950: resolution n°87, of the Security Council of the United Nations, relative to the complaint for armed invasion of Taiwan. 1954: creation of the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN). 1961: Syria withdraws from the United Arab Republic. 1962: investiture of Ahmed Benbella as President of the National Assembly of Algeria. 1972: establishment of the first diplomatic relations between China and Japan, after 35 years of cold war. 1991: military coup in Haiti.

21st century

2019: in Austria, early legislative elections are held to renew the 183 deputies of the National Council for five years, and the New People's Party led by Sebastian Kurz comes out on top. 2020: in Kuwait, Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Jabir al-Sabah becomes emir, following the death of Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jabir al-Sabah.

Arts, culture and religion

440: coronation of Pope Leo I.

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