September 10 in history: Signing of Treaty of Saint-Germain, last execution by guillotine in France and more

From the signing of the Treaty of Saint-Germain to the last execution by guillotine in France, we've got it all covered!

Let's dive into today's history:

1846

Patent For Sewing Machine is Awarded to Elias Howe.

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1919

German-Austria and the Allied powers sign Treaty of Saint-Germain, concluding World War I.

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1961

Italian GP: A crash causes the death of F1 driver Wolfgang von Trips and 14 spectators.

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1977

Hamida Djandoubi becomes the last person to be executed by a guillotine in France.

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2008

The Large Hadron Collider at CERN is powered up in Geneva.

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