Wednesday

Round The World Flight ( 1924 ) :
Two U.S. Army planes landed in Seattle, Washington. completing the first round-the-world flight in 175 days.

Alexander Fleming
28th September ( 1928 ) :
While working at his laboratory at St Mary's Hospital, London Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin by accident when he noticed that many of his culture dishes were contaminated with a fungus that had a positive anti bacterial effect on multiple organisms providing the basic block for the start of modern antibiotics.

Estonia Sinks
28th September ( 1994 ) :
852 people die when the Car and Passenger Ferry the Estonia sinks in the Baltic


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Tuesday

Virgin Galactic ( 2004 ) :
Richard Branson has signed a deal for 5 Virgin Galactic Spaceships to be built to take paying passengers into space with a sub orbital flight which will provide only a few minutes of time in true space and expected to cost £100,000.

Zsa Zsa Gabor
27th September ( 1989 ) :
Zsa Zsa Gabor, on trial for slapping a police officer, storms out of the courtroom in the middle of the district attorney's closing argument. Later that day, Gabor was convicted and sentenced to 72 hours in jail, 120 hours of community service, and $13,000 in fines and restitution


Warren commission
27th September ( 1964 ) :
The Warren commission released its report with their official conclusions on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. "Lee Harvey Oswald, hostile to his world and hungry for fame, assassinated President John F. Kennedy and shot his way to infamy without the help of any conspiracy.

Monday

Chicago Seven ( 1969 ) :
The trial of the "Chicago Seven" begins they were accused of conspiring to incite a riot at the 1968 Democratic National Convention . They were antiwar activists who organized protest marches and rock concerts at the Democratic National Convention which turned into full scale rioting, complete with tear gas and police beatings. The defendants did whatever they could to disrupt the trial through such acts as reading poetry and chanting Hare Krishna.

Abbey Road
26th September ( 1969 ) :
The Beatles release the "Abbey Road Album " in the UK ( US Release date 1 October 1969 ).


"Saffron Revolution"
26th September ( 2007 ) :
Following the monks joining the protests in Burma tens thousands of ordinary men and women also take to the streets in the so called "Saffron Revolution" the ruling military Junta answer was to move against street protests by Buddhist Monks and others with riot police leaving over 1,000 protestors dead after firing indiscriminantly into the crowds.

Sunday

Little Rock Nine ( 1957 ) :
Following the forced evacuation of the Little Rock Nine from Little Rock Central High School in Arkansas on 23rd September, Federal troops charged defiant teenagers and other protestors with fixed bayonets to ensure the way was clear for the expected arrival of African American Students to attend high school today in Little Rock Arkansas. They were moved into the violence ridden area on the direct orders of the President of The United States.

Europe Heatwave
25th September ( 2003 ) :
As the heat wave comes to an end in France the Health Ministry confirms that nearly 15,000 had died from the extreme temperatures ( 7 days with 40 °C (104 °F) or more recorded ) in August with most of those being the elderly. Due to the extreme temperatures and the fact that most homes and retirement homes are not equipped with air conditioning. August is traditionally the month when many people, including government ministers and physicians, are on vacation and many of the elderly are left to fend for themselves in homes that were not suitable for that type of weather.