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Following is our collection of super amazing and curious facts and details explaining September 1. This list is intended for research in school, for college students or just to feed your brain with. Possible use cases are in quizzes, differences, homework facts legend, cover facts, and many more. But nevertheless learn why is September 1 so important!

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Top 10 September 1 facts that will blow your mind.

  1. About Roselle, a seeing-eye dog that led her blind owner, Michael Hingson, down 1,463 steps from the 78th floor of the North Tower of the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001. Dog and owner exited just before the South Tower collapsed, and both survived.

  2. 69% of Americans Have Less Than $1,000 USD in Savings, as of September 2016

  3. A "September 11th Security Fee" is applied every time you book a flight. The amount collected has risen from ~$1 billion in 2002 to ~$3.5 billion in 2015, and jumped $1.5 billion from 2014 to 2015. Currently, the fee is $11.20 per round-trip.

  4. The last Nuremberg Rally intended to be held by Germany in 1939 was given the name "Rally of Peace", to reiterate the German desire for peace, but it was cancelled at short notice because one day before the planned date, on September 1, Germany began its military offensive against Poland

  5. At noon on September 1, 1923, a massive earthquake hit Tokyo. Major fires popped up across the city, because people were cooking lunch over fires when the quake hit. Over 100,000 people died.

  6. On September 1, 1755 during a religious holiday, one of the most powerful earthquakes in history destroyed nearly every church in Lisbon leaving the red light district virtually undamaged.

  7. September 3, 1752 never existed (along with 9/4-9/13). This happened due to the adopted the Gregorian calendar and making up for a 11 minute per year miscalculation for the previous 1,300 years.

  8. A British woman holds the world record for longest sneezing fit ever recorded. Donna Griffiths started sneezing on January 13th,1981 and didn't stop until September 16th, 1983(997th day). It's estimated she sneezed 1 million times in the first 365 days.

  9. Six hundred Paris taxi cabs were commandeered by the French army to ferry troops to the front on September 7. It was one the first major mobilizations of motorized vehicles for military transport.

  10. National holidays in Mexico include Independence Day (September 16), Día de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, Las Posadas (December 16 to December 24), Noche Buena (December 24), Navidad (December 25), Año Nuevo (December 31 to January 1), Twelfth Night of Christmas (January 5), and the Day of the Dead (November 2).

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The Germans invaded Poland on September 1, 1939, while the Soviets invaded on September 17.

After the September 11th attacks, several Americans, alarmed at the prospect of flying, instead traveled by car. This resulted in an estimated 1,595 additional highway deaths in the ensuing year.

One of the only non-trench fighting engagements in the Battle of the Somme was the Battle of Delville Wood, fought from July 5 to September 3. British forces largely comprised of South Africans, were able to take the woods.

The battle on the western flank actually began with a French and British attack across the Western Front on September 4.

Depending on where you are in Australia, you will celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's birthday on either June 11, September 24, or October 1. This is despite the fact that the Queen's actual birthday is April 21

The heaviest single issue of a newspaper was the 14 September 1987 edition of the Sunday New York Times, which weighed more than 5.4kg (12lb) and contained 1,612 individual pages.

The 3,464 Medals of Honor awarded as of September 17, 2009,[1] an estimated 2,018 have been awarded to Irish-American recipients, more than twice the number awarded any other ethnic group

Lancaster, Pennsylvania was the capital of USA for 1 day on 27 september 1777

1,000s of Swifts Fly Into A Single Chimney in Portland, OR Every September

On September 16, 1920 a bomb went off on Wall Street. 38 people were killed as well as 1 horse. The bombing was never solved.

Richthofen scored his first confirmed victory over the skies of France on September 17, 1917.

The Battle of Jonesboro, fought on August 31 and September 1, was the last major battle of the campaign. The Union forces won the battle but were also able to draw the Confederate forces away from Atlanta, allowing them to capture the city.

The german Code of Criminal Procedure disallows standard house searchings of private premises during the night times which from 1 April to 30 September, the hours from 9pm to 4am and during the period from 1 October to 31 March, the hours from 9pm to 6am in the morning.

Between 2008 and September 2012, there were 66 No. 1 songs, almost half of which were performed by only six artists (Katy Perry, Rihanna, Flo Rida, The Black Eyed Peas, Adele, and Lady Gaga)

On September 26, 1815, George Wilson was arrested for walking. He’d been trying to walk 1,000 miles for a long-distance walking feat, but was arrested around Blackheath at the 751st mile because “tens of thousands of idle and disorderly persons” had shown up to watch him.

Women were not the first choice as telephone operators. Prior to September 1, 1878, when a woman named Emma Nutt became the first female operator, boys were the preferred choice. It soon became apparent, however, that boys would insult, curse at, and prank the customers.

The highest ranking sheep is Lance Corporal Derby XXX (UK), who was promoted to Lance Corporal, at Dale Barracks, Chester, UK, on 1 September 2015.