September 11 from 3 B.C. to 2001 A.D.

According to Hebrew scriptures September 11, 1999 was the 6,000th anniversary of Adam's creation, and year 1 on the Hebrew calendar.

Most other historic events between those 2,002 years (3 B. C. -1999 A. D.) involve either war or violence.

Following are the significant events of September 11 throughout history:

Sept. 11, 1297: William Wallace leads over 15,000 Scottish soldiers to victory over the English Army at the Battle of Stirling Bridge. Battle depicted in the film Braveheart.

Sept. 11, 1499: French forces take Milan, Italy, with little opposition. At that time Italy was comprised of regions with city states.

Sept. 11, 1609: Henry Hudson sails into New York harbor and discovers Manhattan Island and the mouth of the river later named in his honor - the Hudson River.

Sept. 11, 1709: The Spanish War of Succession (1702-14) represents the first European war of the Modern Era. On September 11, 1709 an Anglo-Dutch-Austrian force defeat the French in the Battle of Malplaquet, and on September 11, 1714, after 13 months of siege, Spanish and French troops broke into Barcelona, ending Catalonia's sovereignty.

Sept. 11, 1776: After the fall of New York to the British, a Peace Conference was held between General Howe and three prominent representatives of the Continental Congress - Benjamin Franklin, John Adams and Edward Rutledge. After taking the Americans key city, Howe thought he was entitled to a peace settlement. The Americans, having declared independence in July, considered separation from England as non-negotiable. The conference of Sept. 11, 1776, ended and the war continued for seven years.

Sept. 11, 1777: The British defeat the Americans, led by George Washington, at the Battle of Brandywine Creek in the American War of Independence. The battle is regarded as the first where Americans carried the American Flag (Old Glory) to battle.

September 11, 1777: American Flag First Used in Battle

Sept. 11, 1782: The siege of Fort Henry begins, and becomes the last battle of the American Revolution.

Sept. 11, 1814: The American navy defeat the British in the Battle of Lake Champlain in the War of 1812.

Sept. 11, 1855: The siege of Sevastopol ends when British, French, and Piedmontese troops capture the main naval base of the Russian Black fleet in the Crimean War.

Sept. 11, 1922: Despite Arab protests, a British mandate is proclaimed in Palestine on September 11, 1922. The mandate came into effect at the end of September 1922.

Sept. 11, 1941: Construction of the Pentagon began on this day in 1941. The purpose was to provide a temporary solution to the War Department's critical shortage of space. The ground breaking ceremony also took place on September 11, 1941. Sixty years later, to the day, the Pentagon is attacked for the first time in it's history on Sept. 11, 2001.

Sept. 11, 1944: President Roosevelt, British PM Winston Churchill, and Canadian PM Mackenzie King meet in Canada, at the Quebec Conference. Also, the US 1st Army crosses the border into German territory.

Sept. 11, 1948: Mohammed Ali Jinnah, the first head of state for Pakistan dies in Karachi. He is called "The Great Leader" and "Father of the Nation". Born on Christmas Day, 1876, he is schooled in London and later returns to build the nation of Pakistan. Jinnah, a Muslim, was a strong advocate for Muslim - Hindu unity.

Sept. 11, 1972: The troubled Munich Olympic Games end on September 11, 1972 Eleven Israelis are killed by terrorists.

Sept. 11, 1973: Chilean President Salvador Allende is killed in a violent military coup led by General Augusto Pinochet.

Sept. 11, 1990: U. S. President George Bush addresses Congress on the Persian Gulf crisis, vowing that "Sadam Hussein will fail" in his takeover of Kuwait. Eleven years later, to the day, his son George W. Bush, would face an even greater challenge.

Sept. 11, 1999: The Jewish calendar is 6,000 years old. September 11, 1999 is regarded as the 6,000th anniversary of Adam's creation. September 11th is recognized by many faiths as the end of a major cycle.

*George Bush Sr. announces the 'New World Order'.

Sept. 11, 2001: *Terrorists with connections to Osama bin Laden alledgedly hijack four aircraft. Two are crashed into the World Trade Center towers in New York, collapsing both towers. Another plane is crashed into the Pentagon in Washington, collapsing one side. The fourth plane crashes in a Pennsylvania field. The death toll exceeds 3,000 lives. U. S. President George W. Bush responds with a global attack on terrorism.

NOTE: The Sept. 11 2001 quote is incorrect. There were no hijackers and neither Flight 77 nor any other airliner crashed into the Pentagon.
More false propaganda, sneakily packaged to keep reinforcing the lie.

Is'nt it interesting that Americans call 9/11 for the Police and the English call 999 (666 upside down)!

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