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  1. On September 12, 1939 in Abbeville (France), Anglo-French Supreme War Council decided not to send military support to Poland who was recently attacked by Germany. 5 years later Abbeville was liberated by the Polish 1st Armored Division.

  2. The first Labor Day holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City, in accordance with the plans of the Central Labor Union. It was founded to honour the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of workers.

  3. 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).

  4. The Japanese were planning a biological warfare attack on San Diego in September of 1945. They surrendered 5 weeks before the planned execution date.

  5. He suffered from bouts of severe depression and on September 5, 1906, he hanged himself while on vacation in Italy.

  6. In September 1791 Mozart became ill in Prague. He died on December 5, 1791 while trying to finish his Requiem. He was survived by two sons and his wife, who reportedly climbed into his bed after he died, hoping to become ill with whatever killed him so that she could join him.

  7. The trial was held in Sumner in September 1955. It lasted 5 days and the murderers were acquitted. The jury had been made up of white males only. No women or blacks had been allowed).

  8. He was allowed to remain with his people in a camp, but was arrested on September 5, 1877. He was bayonetted to death while resisting arrest, although the exact details are left to interpretation.

  9. Despite technically leading the Union victory at the Battle of Antietam on September 17, 1862, McClellan refused to pursue and crush General Lee's forces, so President Lincoln on November 5, 1862.

  10. There is a short but intense summer plankton bloom. This results in about 5 million tonnes of plankton being produced in August and September. Annually the total is 7 million tonnes.

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Yosemite toad is active only 4 to 5 months per year (usually from April, May to September). It hibernates the rest of the 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.

Following the September 11th attacks the Pentagon underwent an extensive renovation project called the Phoenix Project. The cost was five times the original construction cost, coming in at $5 billion. It was completed in February 2003.

Pope was relieved of his command on September 5. He was sent to the West, where he helped battle the Sioux and later was put in charge of the Division of the Missouri.

Females lay eggs once every two or three years. Size of the clutch varies from 5 to 27 eggs. Most females produce 14 eggs per season. Females lay eggs in the rotting vegetation, forest debris or hollow logs during the summer. 12 inches long snakes emerge from eggs during September. Young snakes look like miniature version of adults. They need to fend for themselves from the moment of birth.

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.

There are 5 oil spills currently happening, one of which has been ongoing since September 2004 and the most recent of which started on the 6th of January 2018.

Ethiopia uses a different new year, and that their new year is on September 11th, instead of December 31st. ALso, it has a 13th month of 5 or 6 extra timekeeping days.

The first earth creatures to reach Lunar orbit were a collection of tortoises, insects, and plants launched on the USSR's Zond 5 in September 1968.

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.

On the morning of September 16, 1994, around 60 kids would witnessed a UFO in the Ariel School in Ruwa, Zimbabwe all the children were approximately 5 to 12 years old. A Harvard phycologist interviewed all the children and concluded that they were telling the truth.

September 2015 marks the first month in 5 years that the NFL has had no arrests. The amount of arrests in the NFL has averaged to one arrest a week since 2009.

According to the Ethiopian calendar the current year is 2010 and they celebrate New Years on September 11. This is due to a 13th month they include that has 5-6 days depending on leap years.

On 2nd September 1752, Britain skipped 11 days of the calendar to 14th September in order to account for the inaccuracies of the Julian calendar which counted a year as 365 days, 6 hours long, instead of the more accurate 365 days, 5 hours and 49 minutes.

The first time a U.S. President testified at a criminal trial was President Ford during the 1975 trial of Charles Manson Family cult member Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme. Squeaky tried to assassinate Ford on September 5, 1975

Female gives birth to 6 to 12 live babies after 4 to 5 months of pregnancy. Young slow worms are born during the August and September. They are 1.6 inches long at birth and covered with golden stripes.

The Polar Bear Expedition, a contingent of about 5,000 United States Army troops that landed in Russia as part of the Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War and fought the Red Army from September 1918 to July 1919.

The longest-lasting musical performances yet undertaken began on September 5, 2001, with a pause lasting until February 5, 2003. The last note change occurred on October 5, 2013. The next change will not occur until 2020. The performance is scheduled to end on September 5, 2640.

In September of 1989, a NOAA hurricane hunter airplane illustrated why you should avoid flying low level into a Category 5 Hurricane when it intercepted Hurricane Hugo as it approached the Caribbean islands, just before Hugo's destructive rampage through the Caribbean and South Carolina

After the September 11th attacks Then General Wesley Clark was told that the US would attack 7 countries in 5 years including Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon.

Calbraith Rodgers, an aviation pioneer who made the first transcontinental airplane flight across the U.S. from September 17, 1911, to November 5, 1911, with dozens of stops in between.

NATO Article 5 has been invoked only once: 12 September 2001

Greece will have to repay 6,9 Billion € in July, 5,5 Billion € in August and 6,1 Billion € in September. (the 7 Billions that are being negotiated for several months won't be enough)

The first gasoline pump sold on September 5, 1885. This pump was not used for automobiles, as they had not been invented yet.

In June 2015, data collected by the New America Foundation showed that since the September 11 attacks, attacks in the United States committed by far-right extremists had claimed 50 lives, and 5 were killed in far-left attacks.

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