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  1. El 11 de septiembre es el 254.º (ducentésimo quincuagésimo cuarto) día del año —el 255.º (ducentésimo quincuagésimo quinto) en los años bisiestos — en el calendario gregoriano. Quedan 111 días para finalizar el año. Desde 2001, la fecha ha sido ampliamente conocida por los ataques terroristas que ocurrieron en los Estados Unidos ese año.

  2. Los atentados del 11 de septiembre de 2001, también conocidos comúnmente por los numerónimos 11S en español y 9/11 en inglés, fueron una serie de cuatro ataques terroristas suicidas cometidos en Estados Unidos en la mañana del martes 11 de septiembre de 2001 por el grupo terrorista islámico militante Al Qaeda. 3 4 5

    • 2996 (incluyendo a los 19 terroristas), 24 desaparecidos
    • 11 de septiembre de 2001 (20 años, 11 meses y 14 días), 08:46-10:28 (UTC-4)
  3. September 11 attacks For the calendar date of 9/11, see September 11 and November 9. The September 11 attacks, commonly known as 9/11, [d] were four coordinated suicide terrorist attacks carried out by the militant Islamic extremist network al-Qaeda [2] [3] [4] against the United States on Tuesday, September 11, 2001.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › September_11September 11 - Wikipedia

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    1. 9 – The Battle of the Teutoburg Forest ends: The Roman Empire suffers the greatest defeat of its history and the Rhine is established as the border between the Empire and the so-called barbariansfor the next four hundred years. 2. 1185 – Isaac II Angelos kills Stephen Hagiochristophorites and then appeals to the people, resulting in the revolt that deposes Andronikos I Komnenos and places Isaac on the throne of the Byzantine Empire. 3. 1297 – Battle of Stirling Bridge: Scots jointly led by...

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    1. 1609 – Henry Hudson arrives on Manhattan Islandand meets the indigenous people living there. 2. 1649 – Siege of Drogheda ends: Oliver Cromwell's Parliamentariantroops take the town and execute its garrison. 3. 1683 – Battle of Vienna: Coalition forces, including the famous winged Hussars, led by Polish King John III Sobieskilift the siege laid by Ottoman forces. 4. 1697 – Battle of Zenta: a major engagement in the Great Turkish War (1683–1699) and one of the most decisive defeats in Ottoma...

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    1. 1903 – The first race at the Milwaukee Mile in West Allis, Wisconsinis held. It is the oldest major speedway in the world. 2. 1905 – The Ninth Avenue derailmentoccurs in New York City, killing 13. 3. 1914 – World War I: Australia invades German New Guinea, defeating a German contingent at the Battle of Bita Paka. 4. 1914 – The Second Period of Russification: The teaching of the Russian language and Russian history in Finnish schools was ordered to be considerably increased as part of the f...

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    1. 600 – Yuknoom Ch'een II, Mayan ruler 2. 1182 – Minamoto no Yoriie, Japanese shōgun (d. 1204) 3. 1318 – Eleanor of Lancaster, countess of Arundel (d. 1372) 4. 1465 – Bernardo Accolti, Italian poet (d. 1536) 5. 1476 – Louise of Savoy, French regent (d. 1531) 6. 1494 – Elisabeth of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Duchess of Guelders(1518–1538) (d. 1572) 7. 1522 – Ulisse Aldrovandi, Italian ornithologist and botanist (d. 1605) 8. 1524 – Pierre de Ronsard, French poet and author (d. 1585) 9. 1525 – John Ge...

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    1. 1611 – Henri de la Tour d'Auvergne, Vicomte de Turenne, French general (d. 1675) 2. 1681 – Johann Gottlieb Heineccius, German academic and jurist (d. 1741) 3. 1700 – James Thomson, Scottish poet and playwright (d. 1748) 4. 1711 – William Boyce, English organist and composer (d. 1779) 5. 1723 – Johann Bernhard Basedow, German author and educator (d. 1790) 6. 1751 – Princess Charlotte of Saxe-Meiningen(d. 1827) 7. 1764 – Valentino Fioravanti, Italian organist and composer (d. 1837) 8. 1771 –...

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    1. 1901 – D. W. Brooks, American farmer and businessman, founded Gold Kist(d. 1999) 2. 1903 – Theodor Adorno, German sociologist and philosopher (d. 1969) 3. 1903 – Stephen Etnier, American lieutenant and painter (d. 1984) 4. 1904 – Karl Plutus, Estonian lawyer and jurist (d. 2010) 5. 1907 – Lev Oborin, Russian pianist and educator (d. 1974) 6. 1908 – Alvar Lidell, English journalist (d. 1981) 7. 1911 – Lala Amarnath, Indian cricketer (d. 2000) 8. 1911 – Bola de Nieve, Cuban singer-songwriter...

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    1. 883 – Kesta Styppiotes, Byzantine general 2. 1063 – Béla I of Hungary(b. 1016) 3. 1161 – Melisende, Queen of Jerusalem(b. 1105) 4. 1185 – Stephen Hagiochristophorites, Byzantine courtier (b. 1130) 5. 1279 – Robert Kilwardby, English cardinal (b. 1215) 6. 1297 – Hugh de Cressingham, English Treasurer 7. 1298 – Philip of Artois, Lord of Conches, Nonancourt, and Domfront(b. 1269) 8. 1349 – Bonne of Luxembourg, queen of John II of France(b. 1315) 9. 1569 – Vincenza Armani, Italian actress (b....

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    1. 1677 – James Harrington, English philosopher and author (b. 1611) 2. 1680 – Emperor Go-Mizunooof Japan (b. 1596) 3. 1721 – Rudolf Jakob Camerarius, German botanist and physician (b. 1665) 4. 1733 – François Couperin, French organist and composer (b. 1668) 5. 1760 – Louis Godin, French astronomer and academic (b. 1704) 6. 1823 – David Ricardo, English economist and politician (b. 1772) 7. 1843 – Joseph Nicollet, French mathematician and explorer (b. 1786) 8. 1865 – Christophe Léon Louis Juc...

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    1. 1911 – Louis Henri Boussenard, French explorer and author (b. 1847) 2. 1915 – William Sprague IV, American businessman and politician, 27th Governor of Rhode Island(b. 1830) 3. 1917 – Georges Guynemer, French captain and pilot (b. 1894) 4. 1919 – Quianu Robinson, New Mexican Congressman and political ally of Conrad Hilton(b. 1852) 5. 1921 – Subramania Bharati, Indian journalist, poet, and activist (b. 1882) 6. 1926 – Matsunosuke Onoe, Japanese actor and director (b. 1875) 7. 1932 – Stanisł...

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    Con base en informes de especialistas y profesionales de la salud mental, el trastorno de paranoia y ansiedad incrementó a raíz de los atentados.[1]​ Si bien la aprobación del gobierno de George W. Bush alcanzó su porcentaje de gestión más alto con 86%[2]​ y la seguridad de aeropuertos se fortaleció para dar una mayor tranquilidad a la población, e...

    Desde el 11 de septiembre y hasta días posteriores, la agenda de contenidos de medios de comunicación se vio notablemente alterada, además de que estos fungieron como influencias culturales directas respecto a la forma en que la sociedad percibió la noticia. Cadenas como CNN destacaron como principales encabezados: Nueva Guerra en América, "America...

    Numerosas películas y episodios de programas de televisión fueron cancelados o editados después de los atentados. El uso de la imagen de las Torres Gemelas fue prohibido para salir en televisión, a fin de evitar traumas en familiares de las víctimas. La serie Friends tuvo que eliminar una escena completa del tercer capítulo de la octava temporada, ...

    Para las elecciones primarias de alcalde de Nueva York, se habían inauguradas casillas de votación justamente el 11 de septiembre de 2001. Estos comicios fueron cancelados luego del impacto de los aviones.[29]​ La 53.a edición de los Premios Primetime Emmy fue pospuesta en dos ocasiones; originalmente planeada para el 16 de septiembre fue aplazada ...

  5. The September 11 attacks (also called 9/11) [nb 1] were four terrorist attacks against the United States of America. They all happened on the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001. The attacks killed almost 3,000 people, including the 19 attackers, [2] making it the deadliest recent terrorist attack. [3]

  6. El 11 de septiembre de 1852 estalló en Buenos Aires una revolución o golpe de Estado, que significó una reacción de la provincia de Buenos Aires contra las condiciones políticas impuestas por el predominio de Justo José de Urquiza después de triunfar en la batalla de Caseros sobre Juan Manuel de Rosas .