Monthly Archives: September 2013

September 30 This day during the American Civil War

September 30, 1862 – The First Battle of Newtonia was fought as part of the American Civil War, on September 30, 1862 in Newton County, Missouri. Following the Battle of Pea Ridge in March, most Confederate and Union troops had … Continue reading

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September 30 This day during the American Civil War

September 30, 1864 – The Battle of Chaffin’s Farm and New Market Heights was fought on September 29–30, 1864, as part of the Siege of Petersburg in the American Civil War. From the very beginning of the war, Confederate engineers … Continue reading

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September 30 This day during the Mexican American War

September 30, 1846 – The Siege of Los Angeles was a military occupation by the United States Marines of the Pueblo de Los Angeles during the Mexican–American War. On August 13, 1846, early in the American invasion of California during … Continue reading

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September 30 This Day During World War l

September 30, 1916 – The Battle of Kajmakchalan was a battle that was fought between Serbian and Bulgarian soldiers on the Macedonian Front during World War I. The battle was fought between 12 and 30 September 1916, when the Serbian … Continue reading

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September 30 This Day During World War ll

September 30, 1943 – The Four days of Naples refers to the popular uprising in the Italian city of Naples between 27 and 30 September 1943 against the German forces occupying the city during World War II. The occupiers were … Continue reading

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September 30 This Day During World War ll

September 30, 1944 – The Battle of Overloon was a Second World War battle between Allied forces and the German army which took place in and around the village of Overloon in the south-east of the Netherlands between 30 September … Continue reading

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September 30 This Day During World War ll

September 30, 1942 – After a dive bomber escorting mission, the engine of Hauptmann Hans-Joachim Marseille’s Bf 109G-6 fighter caught fire southeast of El Imayid, Egypt. Unable to make it back to his airfield due to black smoke entering the … Continue reading

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