The 14th September is the 257th day of the Gregorian Calendar ( 258th in leap years), thus still 108 days remain until the end of the year.
- 2.1 Before the 18th century
- 2.2 18th century
- 2.3 19th century
- 2.4 20th century 2.4.1 1901-1950
- 2.4.2 1951-2000
- 3.1 Before the 19th century
- 3.2 19th century
- 3.3 20th century
- 3.4 21st century
Politics and World Affairs
- 2005: The U.S. airlines Delta and Northwest file for bankruptcy under Chapter 11
- 2007: The SCO Group shares their insolvency after losing the lawsuit over the ownership rights to the source code of Linux.
Science and Technology
- 0258: The Bishop of Carthage, Cyprian of Carthage, is publicly beheaded during the persecution of Christians under the emperor Valerian.
- 1224: On the mountain in the Apennines Alverna Francis of Assisi obtained in a fasting period of his stigmata.
- 1714: The Jewish community in Berlin inaugurates its built God's house. The construction of synagogues was forbidden in the country in the time before.
- 1886: In the Encyclical Pergrata nobis the Roman Catholic Church in Portugal is at the center of considerations Pope Leo XIII. It calls on the Portuguese Government to grant her power of natural law entitled state protection of the Church.
- 1964: The third session of the Second Vatican Council begins.
- 1965: The Fourth session of the Second Vatican Council begins.
Minor accidents are listed in the sub- items of disaster.
Nature and Environment
- 2008: The 21 -year-old German driver Sebastian Vettel of Scuderia Toro Rosso team become with his victory at the Grand Prix of Italy became the youngest Grand Prix winner in Formula 1 history.
Entries of Athletics world records are located under the respective discipline under Athletics.
Before the 18th century
- 0208: Diadumenianus, son of the Roman Emperor Macrinus
- 1467 Hamman von Holzhausen, Frankfurt patrician, alderman and mayor
- 1485: Anne of Mecklenburg, Landgrave of Hesse
Johan van Oldenbarnevelt (* 1547)
Kasper Neumann (* 1648)
Hermann Krone (* 1827)
Catherine Lanner (* 1829)
Before the 19th century
Albrecht IV of Habsburg († 1404)
- 0009 BC: Nero Claudius Drusus, Roman military leader and politician, stepson of the Emperor Augustus
- 0585: Bidatsu, 30th Emperor of Japan
- 0775: Constantine V, Byzantine Emperor
- 0792: Osred II, King of Northumbria
- 0891: Stephen V Pope
- 1164: Sutoku, 75th Emperor of Japan
- 1321: Dante Alighieri, Italian poet and philosopher
- 1385: Munenaga, Japanese Prince, Buddhist monk and poet
- 1404: Albrecht IV, Duke of Austria
- 1435: John of Lancaster, 1st Duke of Bedford, English Regent in France during the Hundred Years War
- 1523: . Hadrian VI, Pope
- 1538: Henry III. of Nassau, Count of Nassau and Lord of Breda
- 1560: Anton Fugger, German merchant and banker
- 1602: Jean Passerat, French writer and poet
- 1638: John Harvard, English theologian
- 1650: Josias Rantzau, German military leader, Marshal of France
- 1708: Johann Baptist Adolph, German Jesuit and playwright
Sophia burner († 1730)
Louis -Joseph de Montcalm († 1759)
James Fenimore Cooper († 1851)
Duke of Wellington († 1852)
Bernhard von Cotta († 1836)
Friedrich Theodor Vischer († 1887)
Antoine Ruchonnet († 1893)
Rudolf Eucken († 1926)
Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk († 1937)
Ernst Rudolph († 1986)
- 2002: Paul " Hucklebuck " Williams, American blues and R & B saxophonist, composer and bandleader
- 2003: Fred Willamowski, German motorcycle racer
- 2004: Ove Sprogøe, Danish actor
- 2005: Robert Wise, American film director and four-time Academy Award winner
- 2006: Miklós Hargitay, Hungarian actor and bodybuilder
- 2006: Annette Zurstrassen, German historian
- 2007: Hermione Aichenegg, Austrian artist
- 2007: Bernhard chicken, Apostolic Administrator of Görlitz
- 2009: Patrick Swayze, American actor and dancer
- 2010: Francisco Ribeiro, Portuguese musicians
- 2011: Rudolf Mössbauer, German physicist and Nobel laureate ( Mössbauer effect)
Holidays and observances
- Religious observances Exaltation of the Cross ( Anglican, Orthodox, Roman Catholic, in part: Protestant)
- St. Cyprian of Carthage, Bishop and Martyr (Protestant, Roman Catholic feast day is on 16 September )
More entries contains the list of commemorative and action days.
- Day in September