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24. September

                   

Der 24. September ist der 267. Tag des Gregorianischen Kalenders (der 268. in Schaltjahren). Zum Jahresende verbleiben 98 Tage.

Historische Jahrestage
August · September · Oktober

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

  Ereignisse

  Politik und Weltgeschehen

  1860: Gabriel García Moreno
  1973: Madina do Boé in Guinea-Bissau

  Wirtschaft

  Wissenschaft und Technik

  1955: Längsschnitt durch das Kraftwerk
  2009: Teile des Schatzes

  Kultur

  1712: Titan foudroyé
  Die Deutsche Oper, eröffnet 1961

  Gesellschaft

  Religion

  Katastrophen

  1778: Brandschadens-
aufnahme in der Höchster Altstadt
  Verlauf des Hurrikans Rita
  • 2005: Hurrikan Rita trifft an der Grenze zwischen Texas und Louisiana mit einer sechs Meter hohen Flutwelle auf Land und verursacht Schäden in Milliardenhöhe. Über 100 Menschen kommen ums Leben.

Kleinere Unglücksfälle sind in den Unterartikeln von Katastrophe aufgeführt.

  Natur und Umwelt

  1906: Devils Tower

  Sport

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

  Geboren

  Vor dem 19. Jahrhundert

  19. Jahrhundert

  Howard Walter Florey (* 1898)

  20. Jahrhundert

  1901–1950

  John Watts Young (* 1930)

  1951–2000

  Gestorben

  Vor dem 19. Jahrhundert

  Grabmal von Pippin dem Jüngeren († 768 n.Chr.) und seiner Gattin

  19. Jahrhundert

  20. Jahrhundert

  21. Jahrhundert

  Feier- und Gedenktage

  • Kirchliche Gedenktage

Weitere Einträge enthält die Liste von Gedenk- und Aktionstagen.

 Commons: 24. September – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien
   
               

 

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