September 22

History events
1104 — (1th of Tishrei, 4865) Dedication of the Mayence synagogue
1921 — (19nd of Elul, 5681) Gdud HaAvoda VeHaHaganah al shem Yosef Trumpeldor (the Joseph Trumpeldor Work and Defense Battalion) known simply Gdud HaAvod established kibbutz Ein Harod today
1941 — (1th of Tishrei, 5702) This day saw the beginning of a new intensity in the murder of the Jewish people. In Vinnitsa, Ukranian militia, trained by the SS, killed an estimated 23,000 Jews.
1942 — (11th of Tishrei, 5703) The Jewish ghetto in Czestochowa, Poland, is liquidated; 40,000 residents are transported to the Treblinka death camp and killed
1943 — (22nd of Elul, 5703) Off the coast of Haifa, the British boarding party used guns, gas and fire hoses to quell resistance from a boat load of Jewish “displaced persons” seeking to find a home in Eretz Israel.
2005 — (18nd of Elul, 5765) The IDF finished evacuating four settlements in the Northern West Bank

1952 — (3th of Tishrei, 5713) Isser Harel named head of Mossad
1978 — (20nd of Elul, 5738) Aharon Barak began his service as a Justice on the Supreme Court of Israel
2000 — (22nd of Elul, 5760) Seventy-six year old prize winning Israeli poet Yehuda Amichai passed away today