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September 1, 1961: Eritrea (green) begins 29 year fight for independence from Ethiopia Eritrean Independence War Map.png
September 1, 1961: Eritrea (green) begins 29 year fight for independence from Ethiopia
September 18, 1961: UN Secretary-General Hammarskjold killed in plane crash Dag Hammerskjold, Bestanddeelnr 912-9460.jpg
September 18, 1961: UN Secretary-General Hammarskjöld killed in plane crash
September 9, 1961: USS Long Beach, world's first nuclear-powered surface ship, commissioned USS Long Beach (CGN-9) underway at sea, circa in the 1960s.jpg
September 9, 1961: USS Long Beach, world's first nuclear-powered surface ship, commissioned
September 17, 1961: Turkey's ex-premier Menderes revived from drug overdose, then hanged Adnan Menderes MSB.jpg
September 17, 1961: Turkey's ex-premier Menderes revived from drug overdose, then hanged

The following events occurred in September 1961:

Contents

September 1, 1961 (Friday)

September 2, 1961 (Saturday)

September 3, 1961 (Sunday)

September 4, 1961 (Monday)

September 5, 1961 (Tuesday)

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Jagan

September 6, 1961 (Wednesday)

September 7, 1961 (Thursday)

September 8, 1961 (Friday)

September 9, 1961 (Saturday)

September 10, 1961 (Sunday)

September 11, 1961 (Monday)

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Destruction after America's largest evacuation

September 12, 1961 (Tuesday)

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African and Malagasy Union.

September 13, 1961 (Wednesday)

September 14, 1961 (Thursday)

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Ex-President Bayar, spared

September 15, 1961 (Friday)

September 16, 1961 (Saturday)

September 17, 1961 (Sunday)

September 18, 1961 (Monday)

September 19, 1961 (Tuesday)

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West Indies Federation
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Jamaica

September 20, 1961 (Wednesday)

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Original sign with seal from the CIA's first building - 2430 E Street, Washington, DC

September 21, 1961 (Thursday)

September 22, 1961 (Friday)

September 23, 1961 (Saturday)

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Mantle

September 24, 1961 (Sunday)

September 25, 1961 (Monday)

September 26, 1961 (Tuesday)

September 27, 1961 (Wednesday)

September 28, 1961 (Thursday)

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UAR
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President Kuzbari
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Syria

September 29, 1961 (Friday)

September 30, 1961 (Saturday)

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  101. "Algerian Rebels Hit TV, Call For De Gaulle Flurry", Lawrence (KS) Journal-World, September 22, 1961, p1
  102. "Earle E. Dickson, Devised Band-Aid; Former Official of Johnson & Johnson Dies at 68", New York Times, September 22, 1961, p33
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  106. "Abata Is Elected Union Head; Maps Contract Talks." Chicago Daily Tribune September 23, 1961
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  109. "Mantle Hits 54th, Yanks Win, 8 to 3; Bosox Hold Maris Homerless Again", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 24, 1961, p4-3
  110. "No. 61 Is Target Tonight; Ailing Hip Benches Mantle", Spokane Daily Chronicle, September 29, 1961, p14
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  112. Ruth Bereson, The Operatic State: Cultural Policy and the Opera House (Rougledge Press, 2002) p117
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  114. "State's Seat Belt Bill Signed as First in US", Milwaukee Journal, September 26, 1961, p1
  115. "Belts Cut Death Toll", Miami News, April 5, 1962, p6A
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  120. "Ban made in soccer", Regina Leader-Post, September 27, 1961, p32
  121. Anne M. Todd, Roger Maris (Infobase Publishing, 2008) p55; "Maris Gets 60th Homerun, Four Games Left to Get 61", Southeast Missourian (Cape Girardeau MO), September 26, 1961, p8
  122. "Sierra Leone Is 100th U.N. State By Unanimous Vote in Assembly", New York Times, September 28, 1961, p19
  123. "Nixon Is Candidate For Governor's Post", Sarasota Herald-Tribune, September 28, 1961, p1
  124. Conrad Black, Richard M. Nixon: A Life in Full (PublicAffairs, 2008) pp441-442
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  127. "Middle East: End of a Myth", TIME Magazine, October 6, 1961
  128. "'Victorious' Anti-Egypt Syrians Pick Junta", Miami News, September 29, 1961, p1
  129. "'Ain't' Now in Webster", Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, September 8, 1961, p8
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