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Top 10 September 2 facts that will blow your mind.

  1. Ahmad Shah Massoud was an Afghan resistance leader, who in April 2001 warned the European Parliament about a large-scale terrorist attack on U.S. soil being imminent. He was assassinated on September 9, 2001, 2 days before the 9/11 attacks.

  2. On September 2, 1666 a house caught fire in London. Mayor Thomas Bloodworth refused to permit pulling down surrounding buildings to prevent spread saying that, "a woman might piss it out," and returned home to sleep. The fire then destroyed more than 75% of the city.

  3. According to the Monsters Inc DVD commentary track, the sushi restaurant was originally blown up by the CDA. After the events of September 11, Pixar changed the scene to show the restaurant covered in a plasma dome. They managed to pull this off in time for the November 2 release date.

  4. The Nazi Party planned to hold a rally on September 2-11, 1939 to illustrate their desire for peace to other countries. It was cancelled on short notice, because on September 1st, Germany invaded Poland

  5. When the Supreme Court first convened on February 2, 1790, the justices sat before a throng of spectators and waited for something to happen. They had no cases to consider and, after a week of inactivity, they adjourned until September, and everyone went home.

  6. On 2 September 1997, a faulty in-flight TV/entertainment system caused a fire to break out aboard a Swissair MD-11. Despite the crew doing everything they could to save the aircraft, it crashed into the Atlantic Ocean killing 229 people.

  7. 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).

  8. Doolittle died on September 27, 1993 at the age of ninety-six in Pebble Beach, California. He was buried at the Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.

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

  10. Ho Chi Minh died of heart failure on September 2, 1969 at his Hanoi home. He was seventy-nine.

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september 2 fact data chart about Money spent in fuel this year. Note I have 2 cars and around
Money spent in fuel this year. Note I have 2 cars and around September I received my first electric. Source: MBway

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Although the surrender ended hostilities in the Pacific, it was not until Japan signed the Treaty of San Francisco on September 8, 1951 when the war was officially ended.

French soldiers along the line fired on German mine layers during the so-called "Phoney War," which was from the time when France declared war on Germany in September 1939, until Germany invaded Scandinavia and then the Low Countries and France in the spring of 1940.

The official start of World War 2 (September 1st, 1939) is closer to the end of the American Civil War (May 9, 1865) than it is to today's date.

The largest strike in history happened on September 2, 2016 in India, when 150 million workers protested against increasing privatization.

Female releases between 2 and 20 eggs from June to September. She digs 2-inches deep hole in the moist and sandy ground where eggs will be hidden until the time of hatching.

The Battle of Edson's Ridge took place September 12 when the Japanese conducted a nighttime raid but were repulsed.

While September 2, 1945 is usually considered the end of WWII because it's the day Japan signed the surrender documents, the state of war between the USA and Japan did not formally end until the Treaty of San Francisco of April 20, 1952.

In Hong Kong, which was a British colony until 1997, V-J Day was known as "Liberation Day." After 1997, it was renamed 'sino-Japanese War Victory Day" and moved to September 3.

The Germans occupied mainland Italy and declared the "Italian Social Republic" on September 23, 1945. Mussolini was still the head of this new government, but it was based in the northern Italian city of Salo.

V-J was known as "Victory of War of Resistance against Japan Day" under the Nationalist government, but it became Armed Forces Day under the communists and is celebrated on September 3.

The 3,464 Medals of Honor awarded as of September 2009, 2,018 have been awarded to Irish-American recipients, more than twice the number awarded any other ethnic group; 257 Irish-born Americans have received the Medal of Honor which represents more than half of foreign-born MOH recipients.

During WW2, Time Magazine was the first to use the term "World War 2" in an issue released on September 11, 1939, 10 days after the war started. It had also used the term previously in a June 1939 issue in response to the events in Europe.

Patton was critical of the Soviets, communism, and the process of denazification. After he publicly compared the Nazis to Republicans and Democrats and questioned the valued of denazification in September 1945, Eisenhower relieved him of command of the Third Army.

Ho Chi Minh died on September 2, 1969 at the age of 79, due to a heart attack.

The Battle of Atlanta took place on July 22. Although a Union victory, the Confederate forces retreated behind defensive networks and held the city until September 2.

28 of the 30 most watched television events in history are sporting events - 17 are Olympics, 7 are soccer World Cups, 2 are cricket World Cups and 2 are boxing matches. The only non-sporting events in the top 30 are the funeral of Princess Diana and coverage of the September 11th attacks

On September 11th, 2001 the US Air Force sent 2 pilots on a Kamikaze mission with no ammo to stop United 93 at all costs, Before they were able to intervene it crashed in PA.

Female lays 5 to 19 eggs usually from September to October. She curls around eggs to provide heat required for incubation. Eggs hatch after 2 to 3 months.

The day after September 2, 1752 was September 14, 1752 due the implementing of the Gregorian Calendar which was more accurate and accounted for Leap Year. We use this calendar today.

2 Van Gogh paintings that were stolen 14 years ago from the Van Gogh Museum with a combined cost of $100 million were incidentally recovered on September 30 by authorities investigating a drug-trafficking clan near Pompeii

Metamorphosis (transformation of tadpole into adult frog) completes in 3 to 5 weeks, usually in September or October. Tadpoles sometimes hibernate before they undergo metamorphosis. Midwife toads reach sexual maturity at the age of 2 to 3 years.

Beginning in September 1950, the crew of a U.S. Navy minesweeper ship spent 6 days spraying Serratia marcescens into the air ~2 miles off northern California coast. The project was called “Operation Sea Spray.” This was one of hundreds of open-air bioweapon tests carried out in 8+ U.S. cities.

A merger, producing a luminous red nova, is predicted to be visible to the naked eye, reaching magnitude 2, for a few weeks between September 2021 and September 2022.

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

The 3,464 Medals of Honor awarded as of September 17, 2009, an estimated 2,018 have been awarded to Irish-American recipients, more than twice the number awarded any other ethnic group; 257 Irish-born Americans have received the Medal of Honor representing half of foreign-born MOH recipients