WHAT ALL HAPPENED JANUARY TO SEPTEMBER 1946
Find out what all happened January to September 1946

The Bank of England is nationalised. (1. March 1946)

Clark Clifford and George Elsey, military advisers to U.S. President Harry S. Truman, present him with a top-secret report on the Soviet Union that first recommends the containment policy. (24. September 1946)

Électricité de France, the world's largest utility company, is formed as a result of the nationalisation of a number of electricity producers, transporters and distributors. (8. April 1946)

The bikini goes on sale after debuting during an outdoor fashion show at the Molitor Pool in Paris, France (5. July 1946)

Naperville train disaster kills 47. (26. April 1946)

Start of 3 year Pilbara strike of Indigenous Australians. (1. May 1946)

The UN Security Council holds its first session. (17. January 1946)

The United States Army Signal Corps successfully conducts Project Diana, bouncing radio waves off the moon and receiving the reflected signals. (10. January 1946)

King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy abdicates and is succeeded by Umberto II. (9. May 1946)

ENIAC, the first electronic general-purpose computer, is formally dedicated at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. (15. February 1946)

Mother Francesca S. Cabrini becomes the first American to be canonized. (7. July 1946)

Sailors of the Royal Indian Navy mutiny in Bombay harbour, from where the action spreads throughout the Provinces of British India, involving 78 ships, twenty shore establishments and 20,000 sailors (18. February 1946)

USS Nevada (BB-36) is decommissioned. (29. August 1946)

Formation of the Malayan Union. (1. April 1946)

First flight of the Convair B-36, the world's first mass-produced nuclear weapon delivery vehicle. (8. August 1946)

Ho Chi Minh is elected the President of North Vietnam. (2. March 1946)

Cold War: The United States State Department releases the Acheson–Lilienthal Report, outlining a plan for the international control of nuclear power. (28. March 1946)

Diplomatic relations between Switzerland and the Soviet Union were established. (18. March 1946)

Creation of the Central Intelligence Group, forerunner of the Central Intelligence Agency. (22. January 1946)

Hungarian hyperinflation sets a record with inflation of 348.46 percent per day, or prices doubling every eleven hours. (10. July 1946)

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WHAT ALL HAPPENED FROM JANUARY TO SEPTEMBER

WHAT ALL HAPPENED JANUARY TO SEPTEMBER 1946
Find out what all happened January to September 1946

The Bank of England is nationalised. (1. March 1946)

Clark Clifford and George Elsey, military advisers to U.S. President Harry S. Truman, present him with a top-secret report on the Soviet Union that first recommends the containment policy. (24. September 1946)

Électricité de France, the world's largest utility company, is formed as a result of the nationalisation of a number of electricity producers, transporters and distributors. (8. April 1946)

The bikini goes on sale after debuting during an outdoor fashion show at the Molitor Pool in Paris, France (5. July 1946)

Naperville train disaster kills 47. (26. April 1946)

Start of 3 year Pilbara strike of Indigenous Australians. (1. May 1946)

The UN Security Council holds its first session. (17. January 1946)

The United States Army Signal Corps successfully conducts Project Diana, bouncing radio waves off the moon and receiving the reflected signals. (10. January 1946)

King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy abdicates and is succeeded by Umberto II. (9. May 1946)

ENIAC, the first electronic general-purpose computer, is formally dedicated at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. (15. February 1946)

Mother Francesca S. Cabrini becomes the first American to be canonized. (7. July 1946)

Sailors of the Royal Indian Navy mutiny in Bombay harbour, from where the action spreads throughout the Provinces of British India, involving 78 ships, twenty shore establishments and 20,000 sailors (18. February 1946)

USS Nevada (BB-36) is decommissioned. (29. August 1946)

Formation of the Malayan Union. (1. April 1946)

First flight of the Convair B-36, the world's first mass-produced nuclear weapon delivery vehicle. (8. August 1946)

Ho Chi Minh is elected the President of North Vietnam. (2. March 1946)

Cold War: The United States State Department releases the Acheson–Lilienthal Report, outlining a plan for the international control of nuclear power. (28. March 1946)

Diplomatic relations between Switzerland and the Soviet Union were established. (18. March 1946)

Creation of the Central Intelligence Group, forerunner of the Central Intelligence Agency. (22. January 1946)

Hungarian hyperinflation sets a record with inflation of 348.46 percent per day, or prices doubling every eleven hours. (10. July 1946)

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