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What happened on ...: Calendar page 2019: 4 September


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Berlin (dpa) - The current calendar sheet for September 4, 2019:

36th calendar week, 247th day of the year

118 days left until the end of the year

Zodiac sign: Virgo

Name day: Ida, Irmgard, Rosalia, Rosa


2018 - Sahra Wagenknecht, leader of the Left Party, introduces the left-wing collecting movement "Get Up" in Berlin. The goal is a new left government in Germany. The party leaders of the Left, SPD and Greens react negatively.

2016 - The AfD is second in the state election in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania behind the SPD (30.6 percent). With 20.8 percent, the right-wing populists move past the CDU (19.0 percent) for the first time in one federal state.

2009 - The Bundeswehr orders an air strike on two Taliban-hijacked tankers in northern Afghanistan. According to various sources, between 91 and 142 people are killed or injured.

1989 - In Leipzig, after the traditional prayer for peace in the Nikolaikirche, there is a gathering of people in front of the church. This results in the Monday demonstrations. On September 25, around 6,000 people are already moving through the city center.

1949 - Herta Heuwer is said to have stirred a sauce of tomato paste, Worcestershire sauce, curry powder and other spices for the first time on this day in Berlin and poured it over a fried and chopped sausage. Ten years later, Heuwer had the currywurst sauce patented. Others claim the invention for themselves.

1929 - The airship LZ 127 "Graf Zeppelin" returns from its journey around the world to Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance.

1916 - British troops conquer the capital of the German colony of East Africa, the port city of Dar es Salaam.

1882 - In New York's Pearl Street, Thomas Alva Edison opens an electric power plant, the first nuclear power plant in the US.

1797 - In the French parliament, a coup is organized against the royalist majority. The "coup d'état of the 18th Fructidor" leads to the establishment of a dictatorship.


1981 - Beyoncé Knowles (38), American R & B singer and actress (solo hit "Crazy In Love"), former member of the group Destiny's Child ("Lose My Breath")

1949 - Yann Queffélec (70), French writer («Barbaric Wedding»)

1944 - Jennifer Salt (75), American actress («The sisters of evil»)

1939 - Erwin Teufel (80), German politician (CDU), Prime Minister of Baden-Wurttemberg 1991-2005

1924 - Helmut Schlesinger (95), German finance expert, President of the Deutsche Bundesbank 1991-1993, "Mr. D-Mark "


2016 - Klaus Traube, German science manager and energy scientist («plutonium economy»), born. 1928

1989 - Georges Simenon, French writer, author of detective novels with Commissioner Maigret, b. 1903

Source: zeit

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