What Happened On 20th September 1910 In History
September 20th (1910) was a Tuesday. It's the 262nd day of the year (263rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 103 days left to the end of the year.
Historical Events for 20th September, 1910
- » The ocean liner SS France 1910 6, later known as the "Versailles of the Atlantic", is launched.
September 20th Holidays in History
- » Christian feast day:
- » Saint Agapitus e.g Agapitus (Western Christianity)
- » Saint Eustace named Eustace (Western Christianity)
- » John Coleridge Patteson (Anglicanism)
- » Korean Martyrs, including Andrew Kim Taegon and Laurent-Marie-Joseph Imbert
- » September 20 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
- » Ragamuffin War (Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul)
- » Independence Day of South Ossetia (not fully recognized)
- » Public holidays in Thailand e.g National Youth Day (Thailand)
- » The seventh day of the Eleusinian Mysteries, when the secret rites in the Telesterion began. (Ancient Greece)