14 September

14 September

We have some interesting facts & historic events all about September 14th, including areas in religion, crime, health and more.

Keep reading for more interesting facts about September 14th in history!

Global Celebrations

  • National Eat A Hoagie Day
  • Hindi Diwas in India

Historic Events

1752: In 1752 Britain and the British Empire (including the American colonies) adopted the Gregorian calendar (no Sept 3 – Sept 13).

In 1752 Britain and the British Empire (including the American colonies) adopted the Gregorian calendar (no Sept 3 – Sept 13).

1956: #IBM introduced its first #commercialcomputer. Their work was revolutionary at the time, however, when compared against the lightweight benefits of modern technology, their hard drives weighed much, much more – over a tonne!!! storage. RAMAC stood for “Random Access Method of Accounting and Control”, as its design was motivated by the need for real-time accounting in business.

#IBM introduced its first #commercialcomputer. Their work was revolutionary at the time, however, when compared against the lightweight benefits of modern technology, their hard drives weighed much, much more – over a tonne!!! storage. RAMAC stood for “Random Access Method of Accounting and Control”, as its design was motivated by the need for real-time accounting in business.
#IBM introduced its first #commercialcomputer. Their work was revolutionary at the time, however, when compared against the lightweight benefits of modern technology, their hard drives weighed much, much more – over a tonne!!! storage. RAMAC stood for “Random Access Method of Accounting and Control”, as its design was motivated by the need for real-time accounting in business.

1936: Spanish Civil War, Republican militia near Aragon front, September 1936. Colourised.

Spanish Civil War, Republican militia near Aragon front, September 1936. Colourised.

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