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September Happenings Quiz

Guess these things that happened in the month of September.
Last updated: September 01, 2018
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Sep 1
Germany invades this country
Sep 2
Ho Chi Minh declares the independence of this country
Sep 3
Allied forces invade this country
Sep 4
This television star is killed by a stingray
Steve Irwin
Sep 5
This city's "Great Fire" comes to end
Sep 6
This baseball player plays in his 2,131st consecutive game
Cal Ripken, Jr.
Sep 7
Desmond Tutu becomes Anglican archbishop in this country
South Africa
Sep 8
He is pardoned by Gerald Ford
Richard Nixon
Sep 9
She is crowned "Queen of Scots"
Mary Stuart
Sep 10
The people of this territory vote to remain a British dependency,
rather than revert to Spain
Sep 11
Terrorists destroy the World Trade Center in this city
New York City
Sep 12
He marries Jacqueline Bouvier
John F. Kennedy
Sep 13
This rapper is killed in Las Vegas
Tupac Shakur
Sep 14
This actress, the Princess of Monaco, dies in a car accident
Grace Kelly
Sep 15
U.S. forces land at Inchon, during this war
Korean War
Sep 16
This Pilgrim ship begins her voyage to America
The Mayflower
Sep 17
This movement begins in New York's Zucotti Park
Occupy Wall Street
Sep 18
This guitarist dies in London, at age 27
Jimi Hendrix
Sep 19
American newspapers print the "Manifesto" of this terrorist
Ted Kaczynski
Sep 20
This policy comes to an end. For the first time, openly gay soldiers
can serve in the US military
Don't Ask, Don't Tell
Sep 21
This J.R.R. Tolkien book is published
The Hobbit
Sep 22
This sitcom debuts on NBC
Sep 23
Juan Perón returns to power in this country
Sep 24
Camp Nou, the largest stadium in Europe, opens in this city
Sep 25
Sandra Day O'Connor becomes the first female member of this body
U.S. Supreme Court
Sep 26
This English sea captain finishes his circumnavigation of the globe
Francis Drake
Sep 27
This militant Islamist faction captures Kabul
Sep 28
Alexander Fleming discovers this miracle drug
Sep 29
At a conference in this city, European leaders agree to let Hitler
annex part of Czechoslovakia
Sep 30
This young movie star dies in a car crash
James Dean
level 28
Sep 9, 2012
i put unibomber :(
level 70
Feb 28, 2017
The quiz accepts "Unabomber".
level 57
Sep 2, 2018
Well, he was a single, lone bomber....
level 64
Sep 9, 2012
Gah! More time! :o
level 67
Sep 10, 2012
got all but munchen
level 60
Sep 1, 2015
So, you haven't got one of the few from this list that are really historically important.
level 70
Feb 28, 2017
Well, how condescending of you.
level 57
Sep 2, 2018
Munch this.
level 49
Mar 1, 2013
English sea captain as in stinking thief pirate you mean...
level 52
Sep 1, 2015
Haha I'm pretty sure the two were often interchangeable back in the day
level 66
Sep 2, 2015
Look up Vasco da Gama and the 'Pilgrim Ship Incident' if you think Drake was a baddy.
level 57
Sep 2, 2018
Not one to complain nor sympathize with the U.S.- or Anglo-centric complainers, but Drake is a little less important in the early circumnavigators club. William Adams was a far more fascinating early Briton in the Far East.
level 80
Apr 28, 2014
whew, thought of the taliban with 10 seconds left...
level 46
Sep 1, 2015
Poor September
level 58
Sep 3, 2015
Lots of war and death.....
level 70
Aug 25, 2016
Damn baseball questions, getting between me and a perfect score.
level 66
Aug 26, 2018
Snap. I got 29 pretty much straight off, but baseball is a near complete unknown in Britain, in fact in most countries outside North America, so my chances of knowing that (pretty obscure) answer were approximately nil. I do hate baseball questions in these quizzes. I appreciate this is an American site but it is a sport hat has no profile outside of North America so a baseball question basically equals the majority or non North Americans not getting it. It does get monotonous the regularity with which it happens
level 73
Sep 1, 2018
Notice how many people you see here complaining about the Camp Nou question?
level 68
Sep 1, 2018
But compare that to Americans. It‘s an established fact that they don‘t know anything about the rest of the world, so they will fail at half of the questions here.
level 57
Sep 2, 2018
It's about 3-1, North America versus the rest of the native English speaking world, so not "most" are outside North America.
level 55
Nov 8, 2016
He was called Unabomer in the media. I really think you should accept that.
level 71
Oct 15, 2017
Unabomber is accepted.
level 59
Feb 25, 2017
Correct spelling is Zuccotti
level 57
Mar 1, 2018
Only missed the two related to TV: this guy Steve Irwin and Friends. :p Not a big TV watcher...
level 58
Sep 1, 2018
When you type in every city in Germany and Europe you can think of but miss Munich.
level 48
Sep 1, 2018
September 15, 1950, please correct the spelling of Incheon.
level 57
Sep 2, 2018
That was long the correct spelling, i.e., the one that matches the way everyone's gonna pronounce it anyway. It was the spelling in 1950, still should be.
level 67
Sep 1, 2018
The abbreviation DADT for (Don't Ask Don't Tell) is not allowed? A tad harsh!
level ∞
Sep 1, 2018
DADT will work now
level 75
Sep 1, 2018
Three years later, went from 26 to 29 points. Still didn't know the baseball question.
level 77
Sep 1, 2018
Please accept SCOTUS for the US Supreme Court answer.
level ∞
Sep 1, 2018
level 47
Sep 1, 2018
I forgot The Mayflower....
level 37
Sep 1, 2018
Ah, I missed it too. I didn't even see the question!
level 26
Sep 1, 2018
where is the independence of chile?
level 47
Sep 1, 2018