10. September


10. September

Der 10. September ist der 253. Tag des Gregorianischen Kalenders (der 254. in Schaltjahren), somit bleiben 112 Tage bis zum Jahresende.

Historische Jahrestage
August · September · Oktober

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Ereignisse

Politik und Weltgeschehen

1419: Johann Ohnefurcht
1813: Schlacht auf dem Eriesee
1919: Die territoriale Aufteilung Österreich-Ungarns nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg

Wirtschaft

1846: Elias Howe

Wissenschaft und Technik

2008: Tunnel des LHC in fertigem Zustand

Kultur

1586: Aufstellung des Obelisken in Rom

Religion

1990: Basilika Notre-Dame de la Paix

Katastrophen

Kleinere Unglücksfälle sind in den Unterartikeln von Katastrophe aufgeführt.

Sport

Einträge von Leichtathletik-Weltrekorden befinden sich unter der jeweiligen Disziplin unter Leichtathletik.

Geboren

Vor dem 17. Jahrhundert

Julius III. (* 1487)

17. Jahrhundert

18. Jahrhundert

19. Jahrhundert

20. Jahrhundert

1901–1950

Otto F. Kernberg (* 1928)
Karl Lagerfeld (* 1933)
Michèle Alliot-Marie (* 1946)

1951–2000

Amy Irving
(* 1953)
Sabine Mandak (* 1956)
Colin Firth
(* 1960)
Juan Maldacena (* 1968)
David Trueba (* 1969)
Gustavo Kuerten (* 1976)

Gestorben

Vor dem 19. Jahrhundert

Henrietta Maria von Frankreich († 1669)

19. Jahrhundert

Johann Christoph Adelung († 1806)

20. Jahrhundert

Ferdinand I. von Bulgarien († 1948)

21. Jahrhundert

Feier- und Gedenktage

  • Kirchliche Gedenktage

Weitere Einträge enthält die Liste der Gedenk- und Aktionstage.


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