September is the ninth month in our current calendar. The World War II began with the Nazis' invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939, and left behind tears and tears with 52 million dead, millions of wounded, crippled and rubble-stacked cities. On the day when this most ruthless, bloodiest and gruesome war in human history began, that is September 1, it was accepted by the United Nations as World Peace Day. On the Peace Day, the United Nations aims to raise awareness of conflict prevention and peace-building around the world and plays the ’Peace Bell in at the United Nations Center on 21 September each year. This bell, built by Japan in memory of humanitarian losses in wars, was produced with coins from children from all continents.
Alzheimer's disease, first described by the German scientist Alois Alzheimer in 1906, is a progressive brain disease that develops with old age, leading to various mental and behavioral disorders, and the first and foremost finding is progressive forgetfulness. Alzheimer, also known as dementia. Among the people, is a progressive chronic brain disease that prevents the continuation of daily life as usual and has no definitive treatment. It is known as the 21st September Alzheimer's Day worldwide to reduce the destructive effects of Alzheimer's disease and to ensure early detection of the disease.
With the decision of the World Heart Federation, the September 29th World Heart Day in 2014 was accepted. it aims to inform people about heart diseases and stroke that cause 17.5 million people to lose their lives every year.
In all of Europe, represented by 47 member states of the Council of Europe, are encouraged to learn more languages at school or outside school, regardless of age. With the awareness that linguistic differences are an important tool in achieving a higher intercultural understanding and key to our rich cultural heritage, the Council of Europe supports multilingualism throughout Europe. The European Day of Languages is celebrated every year since September 26, 2001, at the initiative of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.
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