September 27

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May 19, 2022

September 27 (September 27) is the 270th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (271st in leap years). There are 95 days remaining until the end of the year.

Events

1540 - Pope Paul III approves the establishment of the Jesuit Catholic Order by the bull "Regimini militantis eccleciae", which, as the Society of Jesuits, was founded in 1534 in Paris by Ignacio de Loyola. 1905 - The Physics Journal of the Annals of Physics published Albert Einstein's fourth scientific paper, Does the inertia of a body depend on its energy content ?, in which the equation E mc2 was presented for the first time. 1922 - Greek King Constantine I abdicates due to military defeat in the war with Turkey, two years after he returns to the throne. 1937 - The Eighth Belgrade Gymnasium is founded 1939 - After three days of day and night bombing, the Germans defeat the 19-day resistance of Warsaw in World War II and capture the city. 1940 - Representatives of Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and the Japanese Empire sign the Triple Alliance in Berlin, formally forming a military alliance known as the Axis Powers. 1947 - The Information Bureau of the Communist and Workers' Parties (Informbiro) is founded in Warsaw. The advisory and coordinating body of the nine European communist and workers' parties was founded on the initiative of the Soviet Union, and its headquarters were in Belgrade until the spring of 1948, then in Bucharest. 1962 - Colonel Abdullah al-Salal overthrows the monarchy in Yemen and proclaims the Yemeni Arab Republic. The last Yemeni imam, Mohamed Badr, was dethroned a week after he succeeded his late father, Imam Ahmad. 1964 - After a ten-month investigation, the Warren Commission announces that Lee Harvey Oswald was the only assassin of US President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963 in Dallas. Subsequent research has shown that Oswald, who was killed two days after the assassination, was certainly not the only assassin, and may not have participated in the assassination. 1968 - Portuguese dictator Antonio de Oliveira Salazar, who imposed an authoritarian regime in Portugal in 1932, resigns as prime minister after a stroke. 1970 - At the initiative of Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser, King Hussein of Jordan and leader of the Palestinian Liberation Movement Yasser Arafat sign an agreement in Cairo to end Jordan's civil war. 1990 - Iran and the United Kingdom are rebuilt