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Famous Events For December 30

Famous Events For December 30 – Today In History

What Happened on December 30 in World History?

Early Centuries – December 30 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. December 30, 0987 – the crowning of Robert by his father French king Hugo Capet as compassionate king
2. December 30, 1317 – Spirituals to get “Sancta Romania”. Popa degrees
3. December 30, 1460 – King Henry VI killed Duke of York and his army accepted complete surrender at the Battle of Wakefield (Northern England): Wars of Roses
4. December 30, 1621 – Protest by Parliament crashed by English King James I
5. December 30, 1965 – ‘Messiah’ Sjabtai Tswi leaves for Constantinople
6. December 30, 1966 – Abraham Crijnssen leaves for Suriname

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7. December 30, 1672 – Baron Karl Rabenhaupt captures Coevorden Neth
8. December 30, 1685 – appointment of Don Francisco de Aguro as land guardian of Southern Netherlands
9. December 30, 1689 – debut show of “Dido & Aeneas” by Henry Purcell & Tates in Chelsea

18th Century – What Happened on December 30 – The 1700s

10. December 30, 1703 – 37,000 deaths occurred in Tokyo when hit by an Earthquake
11. December 30, 1731 – first musical program in the US (Peter Pelham’s Great Room in Boston)
12. December 30, 1794 – French army defeats Grave Neth

19th Century – December 30 This Day That Year – The 1800s

13. December 30, 1809 – Danzig submits before friendly armies
14. December 30, 1816 – announcement of the Treaty of St.Louis
15. December 30, 1835 – the Cherokees were forced to cross the river Mississippi in search of yellow metal to Georgia
16. December 30, 1836 – In an inferno in a Theater in St Petersburg, 100 people lost their life
17. December 30, 1853 – a dinner party was held in South London in a life-size prototype of Iguanodon (ornithopod dinosaur) fashioned by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins and Sir Richard Owen

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18. December 30, 1854 – the founding of the Pennsylvania Rock Oil Co, the first of its in the US in NYC
19. December 30, 1861 – The system of payment in gold in the US was discontinued
20. December 30, 1869 – inauguration of Philadelphia Knights of Labor
21. December 30, 1873 – the founding of the American Metrological Society for weights, measures, and money in NYC
22. December 30, 1875 – advocating for Christian-Muslim religious freedom in Andrassy Note
23. December 30, 1877 – Debut of 2nd Musical concert at D level by Johannes Brahms in Vienna
24. December 30, 1879 – the first show of “Pirates of Penzance” by Gilbert & Sullivan
25. December 30, 1884 – debut show of 7th musical at E level by Anton Bruckner in Leipzig
26. December 30, 1884 -Founding of a Socialist League, a revolutionary establishment by William Morris, Eleanor Marx and others in the UK
27. December 30, 1888 – the creation of the Order of African Star (Grand Star, Grand Officer, and Commander) by King Leopold II
28. December 30, 1892 – publication of the 1st Black medical journal by Dr Miles V Lynk, physician
29. December 30, 1893 – military consensus between Russia and France
30. December 30, 1896 – Montreal Victories defeat Winnipeg Victories, 6-5 in the first Stanley Cup Challenge play outside of Montreal; Ernie McLea achieves a hat-trick at the Stanley Cup, Granite Rink, Winnipeg, Manitoba
31. December 30, 1896 – killing of the Filipino separatist Jose Rizal by firing squad in Manila by the Spanish
32. December 30, 1897 – Natal colony takes over the Province of Zululand

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day December 30 – The 1900s

33. December 30, 1903 – Electric arc lamp causes fire to Iroquois theater in Chicago; 602 feared dead in one of the worst fires in American history
34. December 30, 1903 – Establishment of American Political Science Association at New Orleans
35. December 30, 1905 – murder of former Governor Frank Steuneberg near his house in Caldwell, Idaho
36. December 30, 1906 – constitutional dominion of Iran recognized
37. December 30, 1906 – Establishment of All India Muslim League in Decca, East Bengal, British India Empire, later became the foundation for Pakistan
38. December 30, 1907 – the creation of baseball by Abner Doubleday was confirmed by the Abraham Mills’ commission
39. December 30, 1908 – Stanley Cup, Montreal Arena, Westmount, Quebec: Montreal Wanderers defeat Edmonton HC, 14-9 in a two-play challenge
40. December 30, 1911 – Sydney Barnes achieves 5/6 in the 1st 11 overs against Australia at MCG
41. December 30, 1913 – Barnes achieves 17 wickets against South Africa (8 for 56 and 9 for 103
42. December 30, 1915 – A British ship Natal bursts into Cromarty Harbor, Scotland causing the death of 405
43. December 30, 1917 – Mountain City, Tennessee records a temperature of -32 F (-36 C)
44. December 30, 1917 – Lewisburg, WV records a temperature of -37F (-38 C)
45. December 30, 1918 – John E Hoover changes his name to J Edgar Hoover
46. December 30, 1919 – admission of the first female bar student to Lincoln’s Inn in London
47. December 30, 1922 – formal declaration of the formation of the USSR in Moscow from the Bolshoi Theatre; Soviet Union consisting of RSFSR, Ukrainian SSR, Belorussian SSR and Transcaucasian SSR
48. December 30, 1924 – formal announcement of the presence of another galactic system during a meeting of the American Astronomical Society by Astronomer Edwin Hubble
49. December 30, 1925 – NSW achieved from 8-475 to 9-701 against Victoria
50. December 30, 1926 – the first show of “In Abraham’s Bosom” by Paul Eliot Green in NYC
51. December 30, 1926 – In an uncorroborated news by Chicago Turbine it is reported that in 1917 the Tigers lost a 4-game series to the White Sox to help Chicago achieve the pennant

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52. December 30, 1927 – the 1st subway in Orient (route under 2 miles long) was bestowed by Japan
53. December 30, 1929 – debut performance of the musical “Wake Up and Dream” by Cole Porter in NYC
54. December 30, 1929 – formation of Sigma Gamma Rho Society
55. December 30, 1932 – In a cricket match against England, Bradman scores 0 at the MCG
56. December 30, 1933 – The lowest temperature, a state record, of -50F (-46C) was recorded in Bloomfield, Vermont
57. December 30, 1933 – The membership of NSB was not considered for Civil Service by the government
58. December 30, 1933 – Jack Badcock scores his first double ton, 274 Vs Victoria
59. December 30, 1933 – New York Rangers and Boston struggle hard to achieve a tie, 0-0 tie; Bruins had not been defeated successfully for 4 years and there were 27 ties. This gap was the lengthiest in the NHL’s record
60. December 30, 1935 – A Swedish Red Cross unit in Ethiopia was demolished by Italians by dropping bombs
61. December 30, 1936 – The 1st sit-down strike by United Auto Workers at Fisher Body Plant
62. December 30, 1936 – The disagreement between comedians Fred Allen and Jack Benny commenced on Allen’s “Town Hall Tonight Show” show

63. December 30, 1939 – In a cricket match between South Australia and Victoria, Bradman hits a double ton, 267; his 34th double cricket century
64. December 30, 1939 – O’Reilly achieves 14-45 (8-23 & 6-22); NSW defeats Queensland in 2 days
65. December 30, 1939 – premiere of “Of Mice and Men” featuring Burgess Meredith as George, Lon Chaney Jr as Linnie
66. December 30, 1940 – inauguration of the 1st freeway in California (Arroyo Seco Parkway)
67. December 30, 1941 – Nazis desire the Dutch doctors to join the Nazi organization
68. December 30, 1941 – Speech by Winston Churchill to the Canadian Parliament
69. December 30, 1943 – player Babe Dahlgren exchanged for Babe Phelps plus cash by the Phillies
70. December 30, 1943 – hoisting of the Indian independence flag by Subhas Chandra Bose at Port Blair
71. December 30, 1944 – relinquishing of the throne by King George II of Greece; appointment of Archbishop Damaskinos of Athens as Regent in 1945
72. December 30, 1947 – USA defeats Australia (4-1) at the 36th Davis Cup in New York
73. December 30, 1947 – Communists force King Michael of Romania to relinquish his throne and expatriates
74. December 30, 1947 – declaration of Romania as a republic
75. December 30, 1948 – premiere of “Kiss Me, Kate” at New Century Theater NYC to give 1077 presentations
76. December 30, 1949 – People’s Republic of China acknowledged by India
77. December 30, 1950 – Independent status for Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia within the French Union
78. December 30, 1950 – the musical, and single “Sixty Minute Man” announced by The Dominoes (Billboard Song of the Year 1951)
79. December 30, 1952 – A report by Tuskegee Institute in 1971 suggests that 1952 was lynching-free in the US

80. December 30, 1953 – The RCA manufactures NTSC color televisions for about USD 1175 each and releases them for sale
81. December 30, 1954 – premiere of “House of Flowers” at Alvin Theater NYC to give 165 presentations
82. December 30, 1954 – The musical “House of Flowers” by Harold Arlen and Truman Capote debuts in NYC
83. December 30, 1956 – New York Giants defeat Chicago Bears, 47-7; This 4th Giants NHL championship; at the National Football League Championship
84. December 30, 1957 – The Government under Ben-Gurion in Israeli steps down
85. December 30, 1958 – the monetary devaluation of Franc in France
86. December 30, 1959 – commissioning of the 1st ballistic missile submarine named George Washington
87. December 30, 1961 – debut performance of the 4th musical collection by Dmitri Shostakovich (completed in 1936)
88. December 30, 1962 – Green Bay Packers defeat NY Giants, 26-7; MVP: Ray Nitschke, Green Bay, LB at the National Football League Championship, Yankee Stadium, NYC
89. December 30, 1963 – premiere of “Let’s Make A Deal” on NBC-TV
90. December 30, 1963 – minting of Kennedy half dollar approved by the Congress in honor of President Kennedy
91. December 30, 1964 – debut show of “Tiny Alice” in NYC
92. December 30, 1965 – nomination of Ferdinand Marcos as President of the Philippines
93. December 30, 1967 – musical, single “Hello Goodbye” by Beatles reaches No #1 and stays at #1 for 3 weeks
94. December 30, 1967 – Inauguration of Great Western Forum in LA
95. December 30, 1967 – inauguration of Great Western Forum in LA
96. December 30, 1968 – temperature of -48F (-44C) registered at Mazama and Winthrop, Washington, a state record
97. December 30, 1968 – Paul Anka wrote the lyrics for the song “My Way” on the theme of the French song “Comme Habitude”; recorded by Frank Sinatra earlier
98. December 30, 1969 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
99. December 30, 1970 – the rebellion and riots in Northern Ireland during 1969 and 1970 cost pounds 5.5 million
100. December 30, 1971 – the license of Long Island NHL acquired
101. December 30, 1971 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
102. December 30, 1971 – An untimely detonation of a bomb in Santry, Dublin killed a member of the Irish Republican army
103. December 30, 1972 – President Richard Nixon announces peace talks with North Vietnam and ordered the stopping of the bombing

104. December 30, 1973 – Maimi Dolphins defeat Oakland Raiders, 27-10 to achieve the AFC Championship, Mami Orange Bowl
105. December 30, 1973 – Minnesota Vikings defeat Dallas Cowboys, 27-10 at the NFC Championship, Texas Stadium, Irving
106. December 30, 1974 – closing down of Beatles legally
107. December 30, 1975 – last show of “Boccaccio” at Edison Theatr NYC after 7 shows
108. December 30, 1975 – Democratic Republic of Madagascar Constitution effective from this day
109. December 30, 1975 – the Best European Football Player Award to FC Dynamo Kyiv forward Oleg Blokhin ahead of former winners Bayem Munich defender Franz Beckwnbauer and Ajax forward Johan Cruyff
110. December 30, 1976 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
111. December 30, 1977 – 1st news conference by Carter in Eastern Europe (Warsaw)
112. December 30, 1977 – Evonne Goolagong Cawley achieves her professional Grand Slam title; defeats fellow Australian Helen Gourlay Cawley 6-3, 6-0 at the Australian Open Women’s Tennis
113. December 30, 1978 – last show of “The King & I” at Uris Theater NYC after 719 presentation
114. December 30, 1978 – termination of the services of Woody Hayes as football coach by Ohio State
115. December 30, 1979 – split of Rock group, Emerson, Lake & Palmer
116. December 30, 1979 – adoption of constitution of Togo
117. December 30, 1980 – The last show of “Wonderful World of Disney” on NBC-TV
118. December 30, 1980 – Best European football player award to Bayern Munich forward Karl-Heinz Rummenigge; defeats German international teammate Bernd Schuster of FC Barcelona and Saint-Etienne midfielder Michel Platini
119. December 30, 1981 – Edmonton defeats Philadelphia, 7-5; Wayne Gretzky achieves 5 goals and an assist for Edmonton;
120. December 30, 1981 – musical, single “That Girl” announced by Stevie Wonder (Billboard Song of the Year 1982)
121. December 30, 1982 – debut of “Whodunnit” by Anthony Shaffer in NYC
122. December 30, 1982 – In a cricket match between England and Australia, England beat Australia by three runs at MCG
123. December 30, 1982 – closing of US Assay Office in New York City, NY
124. December 30, 1985 – announcement of the IBM-PC DOS model 3.2
125. December 30, 1985 – The constitution of Pakistan brought back

126. December 30, 1986 – Best Football Player in Europe award to Dynamo Kyiv’s Ukrainian forward Igor Belanov ahead of Barcelona striker Gray Lineker and Read Madrid forward Emilio Butragueno
127. December 30, 1987 – Australia tries for a draw Vs New Zealand at MCG
128. December 30, 1987 – nomination of Premiere Mugabe as President of Zimbabwe
129. December 30, 1988 – Free trade pact between Canada and US approved by the Senate
130. December 30, 1988 – the son in law of earlier Soviet President Brezhnev was awarded a 12-yr jail for corruption
131. December 30, 1988 – Mercedes-Benz did not meet the 1986 government fuel standard and was awarded a fine of $20.2 M
132. December 30, 1988 – Reagan and Bush were called as defense witnesses in an upcoming case
133. December 30, 1989 – $12,000,000 were collected for college fund for the 10th United Negro College
134. December 30, 1989 – Best world timings achieved by Dmitri Volkov in 50 m freestyle swimming (27.15 sec)
135. December 30, 1990 – last show of “Miser” at Circle in Sq Theater NYC after 93 presentations
136. December 30, 1990 – $10,000,000 was collected toward 11th United Negro College Fund
137. December 30, 1992 – Michael Whitney played his last Test Cricket
138. December 30, 1992 – Shane Warne’s contribution of taking 7 wickets for 52 deliveries lead Australia against West Indies to victory at the MCG
139. December 30, 1992 – NHL player and Washington defenseman, Al Iafrate breaks for the first time the 100-miles per speed by a shot that exceeded 101.4 mph during the Washington Capitals Super Skills competition
140. December 30, 1993 – last show of “Candles, Snow and Mistletoe” at Palace NYC after 7 presentations
141. December 30, 1993 – Israel acknowledged by Vatican
142. December 30, 1995 – The maximum lowest temperature recorded in the UK was -27C at Altnaharra in the Scottish Highlands compared with that maximum best set at Braemar, Aberdeenshire on February 11, 1895, and January 20, 1982
143. December 30, 1996 – nearly 250,000 workers demonstrated and struck work against the proposed budget cuts by Benjamin Netanyahu across Israel
144. December 30, 1996 – Several contracts (21 in all) have been approved for the limited Iraqi oil sales by the United Nations vide Resolution No 986
145. December 30, 1997 – in an old discarded building crash on 42nd Street in NY, no one was injured
146. December 30, 1997 – Wilaya of Relizane butchers, in Algeria, 400 people in four villages – regarded as the worst episode in Algeria

21st Century – December 30 This Day In History – The 2000s

147. December 30, 2000 – Rizal Day Bombings – Metro Manila, Philippines experienced within a gap of a few hours a succession of detonation of bombs killing 22 and wounding nearly 100
148. December 30, 2003 – recuses from Plame affair of US Attorney General John Ashcroft and his office
149. December 30, 2004 – 194 people lost their lives in an inferno in the Republica Cromagnon nightclub in Buenos Aires, Argentina
150. December 30, 2005 – The formation of Tropical Storm Zeta in the open Atlantic Ocean became equal to the newest tropical hurricane ever to form in the North Atlantic basin
151. December 30, 2006 – the bombing of the Madrid Barajas International Airport
152. December 30, 2008 – dismissal of Mike Shanahan, NFL Head coach by the Denver Broncos
153. December 30, 2012 – a self-killing bomber in Balochistan, Pakistan, 19 people lost their life
154. December 30, 2012 -in a tour bus accident that crashed off Highway 84, Oregon, US 9 people were killed and 26 were wounded
155. December 30, 2012 – with the introduction of an additional Line 6 to the Beijing subway, it became the longest metro network in the world at 442 km
156. December 30, 2013 – in a trolly-bus bomb assault 15 people lost their life in Volgograd, Russia
157. December 30, 2013 – dismissal of NFL head coach Mike Shanahan by Washington Redskins
158. December 30, 2016 – agreement for peace between Syria’s government and the opposition groups comes into effect. The ceasefire was organized by Russia, Iran and Turkey
159. December 30, 2016 – To curb corruption, the Indian government had withdrawn 500 and 1000 rupee notes 50 days earlier. The last day fixed for Indians to deposit in banks ends
160. December 30, 2016 – award of Knighthood to Ray Davies of The Kinks, by Queen Elizabeth II
161. December 30, 2016 – #10 Florida State defeats 6 Michigan (33-32) at the 83rd Orange Bowl
162. December 30,2017 – #6 Wisconsin defeats #11 Miami, 34-24 at the 84th Orange Bowl

163. December 30, 2018 – During the history of the NFL, Patrick Mahomes was the only 2nd quarterback player to throw for 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns thus helping achieve KC Chiefs’ 35-3 victory over the Oakland Raiders; he accomplished both goals in 3rd quarter 89-yard TD pass to Demarcus Robinson

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