1991 - German tourists discovered Otzi the Iceman near the border of Austria and Italy
1959 - Disneyland banned Soviet Union leader Nikita Khrushchev from visiting due to security reasons
1957 - The United States has their first underground nuclear bomb testing as part of Operation Plumbbob
1944 - The continuation War is ended when Finland and Soviet Union sign an Armistice
1893 - Women in New Zealand are given the right to vote by the Electoral Act of 1893
This Day In Business
1950 - In Japan, the first electronic computer is created by a team led by Hideo Yamachito.
1952 - J. Edgar Hoover barred Charlie Chaplin from re-entering the United States.
1596 - The City of Monterrey in New Spain is founded by Diego de Montemayor.
1988 - Greg Louganis suffers concussion after hitting head on springboard during summer Olympics
September 19th Holiday
International Talk Like a Pirate Day - Playful holiday, where people are encourage to use common pirate phrases, such as "ahoy, matey!."
Today's Birthday Trivia
She received the nickname The Queen of Country Music, after releasing more #1 hits than any other country singer in U.S. history. Who is she?
Today's Birthday Horoscope
Learn about people born on this day by reading the September 19 Birthday Horoscope.
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