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Famous Events For November 1

Famous Events For November 1 – Today In History

What Happened on November 1 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 1 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 1, 0835 – Pope Gregory IV declares that All Saints Day made essential all over the Frankish Empire
2. November 1, 0996 – The name Austria was first recorded in the “Ostarrichi Document”
3. November 1, 1210 – Jews were detained by King John of England
4. November 1, 1248 – installation of Earl Willem II of Holland as RC German King
5. November 1, 1349 – All Jews in Brussels, were blamed for polluting the
wells with poison and ordered by the Duke of Brabant to be killed
6. November 1, 1462 – seizure of Vienna by Archduke Albrecht VI van Habsburg
7. November 1, 1512 – The artwork images of Michelangelo on the interior part of the roof of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican thrown open to public

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8. November 1, 1570 – nearly more than 1000 people lost their lives during the All Saints Flood big waves in the North Sea destroying the beaches of Holland to Jutland
9. November 1, 1604 – premiere of “Othello”, a tragedy play, by William Shakespeare
10. November 1, 1611 – premiere of “Tempest”, a romantic comedy by Shakespeare
11. November 1, 1612 – Capture of Moscow, Kitai-gorod by Russian army guided by Dmitry Pozharsky during the Time of Troubles in Russia
12. November 1, 1623 – inferno in Plymouth, Massachusetts, demolishes many structures
13. November 1, 1628 – La Rochelle captured by French King Louis XIII
14. November 1, 1671 – a confidential agreement between French King Louis VIV and German king Leopold I against Anti- Dutch agreement
15. November 1, 1683 – The British settlement of New York is segmented into 12 counties

18th Century – What Happened on November 1 – The 1700s

16. November 1, 1721 – the unveiling of his sculpture by Prince Eugenius of Savoye
17. November 1, 1755 – The earthquake that struck Lisbon killed more than 50000 in Portugal
18. November 1, 1765 – The British introduce the Stamp Act in their settlements
19. November 1, 1776 – establishment of San Juan Capistrano Mission in California
20. November 1, 1784 – nationality status granted to Lafayette and his progenies
21. November 1, 1787 – Nationality to Lafayette and his progenies approved my Maryland
22. November 1, 1787 – inauguration of the first African Free School in NYC

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19th Century – November 1 This Day That Year – The 1800s

23. November 1, 1800 – The first US President to occupy the White House was John Adams
24. November 1, 1802 – formation of the state constitutional convention at a meeting of the representatives at Chillicothe, Ohio
25. November 1, 1814 – The conference in Vienna initiates to re-write the political atlas of Europe as a consequence of Napoleon defeating the French
26. November 1, 1834 – first printed mention of poker, a Mississippi game using riverboat
27. November 1, 1848 – college for women for medicine commenced in the US for the first time in Boston
28. November 1, 1849 – Thorbecke was installed as head of the Dutch administration.
29. November 1, 1859 -The Light House at Cape Lookout, North Carolina was commissioned for the first time. The light could be seen from a distance of 19 miles (30 kilometers)
30. November 1, 1861 – General George McClellan assumed charge as the head of the combined military
31. November 1, 1863 – Commander Averell attacks Lewisburg, West Virginia
32. November 1, 1863 barricades were constructed by the army on Angel Island (San Francisco Bay)
33. November 1, 1865 – inauguration of the Dutch locomotive service between Zutphen-Fishing
34. November 1, 1969 – The Dutch established a tobacco company, Deli Me in Sumatra
35. November 1, 1870 – forecasting of weather at 24 stations by the US Weather Bureau commenced

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36. November 1, 1876 – inauguration of the North Sea Canal by King Willem III
37. November 1, 1876 – New Zealand’s provincial administration slips into history
38. November 1, 1877 – Heemskerk-Van Lynden in Dutch steps down
39. November 1, 1878 – Establishment of Penny Press by Edward Scripps and John Sweeney
40. November 1, 1884 – To encourage sports and games in Irish, an Association entitled Gaelic Athletic Association was established. The Association prohibits the Army and Police but intruded by the Irish Republican Brotherhood
41. November 1, 1885 – Pope Leo XIII writes a circular on immortal die
42. November 1, 1886 – a Buddhist School, Ananda College was established in Sri Lanka with 37 students
43. November 1, 1894 – Dr. Roux of Paris developed an antitoxin for diphtheria
44. November 1, 1894 – Nicholas II succeeds after the demise of his father Alexander III as Chief of Russia
45. November 1, 1896 – National Geographic Magazine published the first pictures of uncovered chests of women (Zulu)

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 1 – The 1900s

46. November 1, 1901 – establishment of Sigma Phi Epsilon college for male fraternal on the campus of Richmond College in Richmond, VA
47. November 1, 1902 – Agreement between France and Italy for an understanding by which Italy agreed to remain non-aligned in the event of an attack on France. This agreement is to balance the agreement between Russia, the UK, and France
48. November 1, 1904 – Debut performance of “John Bull’s Other Island” by George Bernard Shaw in London
49. November 1, 1910 – W.E.B. Du Bois publishes his first issue of “Crisis”
50. November 1, 1913 – Notre Dame defeats Army, 35-13 by successfully utilizing onward pass
51. November 1, 1913 – US President Woodrow Wilson stresses the stepping down of Huerta, Mexican autocrat within a week of the US announcing neutrality
52. November 1, 1914 – Marine fight between Germany and Britain at Coronel, Chile
53. November 1, 1914 – Pope Benedictus XV writes a circular letter condemning social injustice
54. November 1, 1914 – appointment of Paul von Hindenburg as chief of the Eastern front
55. November 1, 1915 – Creation of US Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island
56. November 1, 1916 – The lecture entitled “Stupidity or Treason” by Paul Miliukov in Duma, a Russian State hastens the collapse of Boris Sturmer’s administration
57. November 1, 1918 – an accident involving an NYC BMT at Malbone Street Brooklyn leaves 102 dead
58. November 1, 1918 – A warship belonging to the Yugoslav, Viribus Units destroyed by Italians
59. November 1, 1919 – David Beatty of the British Navy assumes as the First Professional Head of the British Navy
60. November 1, 1920 – debut performance of “Emperor Jones” by Eugene O’Neill in NYC
61. November 1, 1920 – American Fishing Schooner Esperanto triumphs over the Canadian Schooner Delawana for the International Fishing Schooner Championship Races in Halifax
62. November 1, 1921 – Amalgamation of the National Birth Control League and Voluntary Parenthood League to form the American Birth Control League
63. November 1, 1922 – the inauguration of the Dutch Historical Maritime gallery in Amsterdam by Queen Wilhelmina

64. November 1, 1922 – the proclamation of the Republic of Turkey by Mustapha succeeding Mohammed VI and taking control of Constantinople. This also marks the downfall of the Ottoman kingdom
65. November 1, 1923 – Establishment of Aero E/Y company(Finnair) by Bruno E Lucander
66. November 1, 1924 – formation of Boston Bruins as the first US NHL licensee
67. November 1, 1924 – Forest Peters of Montana State University achieves 17 goals out of 22 tried hits
68. November 1, 1925 – founding of an amateur radio station (VARA) in Amsterdam.
69. November 1, 1926 – for establishing new airways, better communication, etc., a Law was introduced in parliament and approved by it – US Air Commerce Act
70. November 1, 1928 – Authors’ Day rejoiced
71. November 1, 1928 – in a cricket match between New South Wales and Queensland, Bradman achieved 100 runs over in each innings
72. November 1, 1928 – Graf Zeppelin achieves a best travel distance of 6348 km in an airship
73. November 1, 1929 – Release of its stamps by Lundy Island, one of the groups of British Isles
74. November 1, 1931 – Artificial rubber released by Dupont
75. November 1, 1932 – Wernher von Braun takes charge as Chief of the German liquid-fuel rocket program
76. November 1, 1935 – debut performance of “Murder in the Cathedral” by T.S. Eliot in London
77. November 1, 1936 – The pact between Italy and Germany was portrayed by Benito Mussolini as an axis

78. November 1, 1936 – establishment of the Rodeo Cowboy’s Association
79. November 1, 1937 –putting to death of Pastor Paul Hamberg including 7 members of Azerbaijan’s Lutheran community which included 3 women by the followers of Stalin
80. November 1, 1938 – Gerd von Runstedt, Chief of the army in Germany steps down from his position
81. November 1, 1938 – Ernie Lombardi, of NL, is given the honor of MVP for his expertise in batting
82. November 1, 1938 – In a horse race at Pimlico, Seabiscuit vs. War Admiral, Seabiscuit was victorious
83. November 1, 1939 – exhibition of the first animal (a rabbit) created by non-natural fertilization
84. November 1, 1939 – German Air Ministry examines the jet plane, Heinkel He 178 for its airworthiness
85. November 1, 1939 – issue of a circular letter by Pope Pius XII on the 150th anniversary of the hierarchy
86. November 1, 1940 – US constructs protection against air raids in Fleetwood, Pa
87. November 1, 1940 – curfew hours are between 12 AM – 4 PM for Dutch
88. November 1, 1941 – The Chetniks launched a strike against Tito’s partisans in Uzice Yugoslavia
89. November 1, 1941 – Suzuki and Maejima of the Japanese fleet reach Pearl Harbour
90. November 1, 1941 – capture of “moonrise” in Hernandez, New Mexico, the famous snapshots by Ansel Adams
91. November 1, 1942 – War at El Alamein on its 10th day

92. November 1, 1942 – Publication of the inaugural issue of Negro Digest by John H Johnson
93. November 1, 1943 – prohibition on lowering the intensity of light vacated in the San Francisco Bay area
94. November 1, 1943 – US army arrives in Bougainville Island on Solomon Island
95. November 1, 1943 – debut performance of “Harvey” by Mary Coyle Chase in NYC
96. November 1, 1944 – freedom granted to Zeeuwas & Flanders
97. November 1, 1944 – British Army arrives at Walcheren in the Netherlands during the period of action in WW II
98. November 1, 1945 – inaugural issue of Ebony periodical by John H. Johnson
99. November 1, 1946 – Fisk University gets its first black president Charles S Johnson
100. November 1, 1946 – Bill Veeck, proprietor of Cleveland lost his right foot in surgery
101. November 1, 1946 – formation of the football team – Marken
102. November 1, 1946 – NY Knicks defeat Toronto Huskies, 68-66 in their first basketball play
103. November 1, 1946 – change of name of WABC to WCBS radio in NYC
104. November 1, 1946 – change of name from WEAF radio to WNBC (NYC)
105. November 1, 1946 – founding of Niedersachsen, in West Germany (lower Saxony)
106. November 1, 1946 – proclamation of Karol Wojtyla for Catholic clergy
107. November 1, 1947 – valedictory of “Medium & The Telephone” after 211 presentations at Barrymore, NYC
108. November 1, 1947 – Aloha celebrations with a dance held in Hawaii
109. November 1, 1947 – agreement of trusteeship between the United Nations and Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, entrusting the responsibility of administration of Nauru to Australia
110. November 1, 1948 – the capture of Mukden, Manchuria by the Red army of Mao
111. November 1, 1950 – Celtic’s Charles Cooper was the first American professional negro basketball player against Foot Wayne Ind
112. November 1, 1950 – November 1, a temperature as high as 82 F reached in Cleveland in November
113. November 1, 1950 – an unsuccessful attempt on the life of the US President at Blair House by Puerto Rican separatists
114. November 1, 1950 – Pope Pius XII declares the Assumption of Mary as the dogma of the church
115. November 1, 1951 – premiere of “Top Banana” by Johnny Mercer at Winter Garden Theatre, NYC to give 356 presentations
116. November 1, 1951 –The army in New Mexico observed the Atomic test conducted
117. November 1, 1951 – Roy Campanella, catcher, representing Brooklyn Dodger achieves his first award as NL Most Valuable Player

118. November 1, 1951 – Establishment of the Jet publication by John H. Johnson
119. November 1, 1951 – atomic test by the US at Nevada
120. November 1, 1952 -The blueprint of the H-bomb by Edward Teller and Stanislaw Ulam, was applied to make an “Ivy Mike” the first thermonuclear firearm, and exploded in Marshall Islands, Pacific Ocean
121. November 1, 1953 – Emile Zatopek achieves a marathon of 10K in 29:01.6 and 6 miles in 28:08.4
122. November 1, 1953 – TV transmission channel 6 in Temple-Waco, TX commences airing on NBC/ABC
123. November 1, 1953 – TV transmission channel 7 in Denver, CO starts airing the program on CBS
124. November 1, 1953 – TV transmission channel 10 commences airing in Rochester, NY on CBS
125. November 1, 1953 – Herb Thomas achieves the 5th NASCAR Sprint Cup
126. November 1, 1954 – installation of Fulgencio Batista as President of Cuba
127. November 1, 1954 – the management of 4 French Indian settlements handed over to India
128. November 1, 1954 – TV transmission channel 12 in Lincoln, NB commencing airing
129. November 1, 1954 – The US Senate reprimanded Joseph McCarthy for his defamation movements
130. November 1, 1954 – Campaign against France for Algerian Independence started by the Front de Liberation Nationale
131. November 1, 1954 – Lee Petty achieves the 6th NASCAR Sprint Cup
132. November 1, 1955- the detonation of a tinderbox abroad United DC-6 above Longmont, Colorado leaves 44 dead
133. November 1, 1956 – Delhi treated as territory of the Indian Union
134. November 1, 1956 – creation of Madhya Pradesh in India
135. November 1, 1956 – after the reorganization of states, Patiala and PEPSU merged to form Punjab
136. November 1, 1956 – Hungary comes out of the Warsaw Pact
137. November 1, 1956 – William Shockley, Walter H Brattain, and John Bardeen share the Nobel Prize for Physics
138. November 1, 1956 – Pope Pius XII issues a circular letter
139. November 1, 1956 – Kerala state formed in India
140. November 1, 1957 – TV transmission channel 7 in Amarillo, TX starts airing on ABC
141. November 1, 1957 – TV transmission channel 5 starts airing in Glendive, MT on CBS/NBC/ABC
142. November 1, 1957 – TV transmission channel 40 in Binghamton, NY starts functioning on NBC
143. November 1, 1957 – Inauguration of the world’s lengthiest suspension bridge
144. November 1, 1958 – atomic test by USSR

145. November 1, 1959 – Jacques Plante was the first goalkeeper of the National Hockey League to use protection on his face
146. November 1, 1959 – Jim Brown achieved 5 touchdowns to make Cleveland Browns triumph over Baltimore, 38-31
147. November 1, 1959 – detention of Patrice Lumumba in Belgian Congo
148. November 1, 1959 – change of nomenclature from WOV-AM to WADO
149. November 1, 1960 – Ron Hansen, shortstop of Baltimore Orioles awarded the AL Rookie of the Year
150. November 1, 1960 – an agreement between Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxemburg (Benelux) comes into force from this day
151. November 1, 1962 – Greece becomes a member of the European Common Market
152. November 1, 1962 – TV transmission channel 47 on PBS commences airing from Yakima
153. November 1, 1962 – atomic test by the US at Johnston Island
154. November 1, 1962 -spacecraft Mars 1 hurled by Russia could not be contacted earlier to its landing on Mars
155. November 1, 1962 – atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya USSR
156. November 1, 1962 – atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk, USSR
157. November 1, 1962 – TV Transmission channel 31 in New York on PBS commences its program
158. November 1, 1962 – TV Transmission channel 13 commences airing programs on ABC from Grand Rapids, MI
159. November 1, 1964 – in a match against Denver, KC Chief Len Dawson achieves 6 touchdowns to win, 49-39
160. November 1, 1964 – LPGA Las Cruces Ladies’ Golf Open achieved by Sandra Haynie
161. November 1, 1964 – Bien Hoa airport was attacked by the Vietcong army
162. November 1, 1965 – premiere musical at Fillmore Auditorium
163. November 1, 1965 – Ernie Terrel knockout George Chuvalo in 15 in the heavyweight competition
164. November 1, 1965 – an electric bus drowned in the Nile River killing 74 in Cairo, Egypt
165. November 1, 1966 – formation of Haryana state in India from Punjab
166. November 1, 1966 – NFL permits New Orleans as its 16th franchise
167. November 1, 1966 – Cy Yong Award achieved by Sandy Koufax for the third time and is the first winner to achieve the award 3-times
168. November 1, Using the X-15 aircraft, William Dina achieved a height of 93 km
169. November 1, 1967 – premiere of “Cool Hand Luke” featuring Paul Newman, George Kennedy and Strother Martin
170. November 1, 1968 – premiere of “Sweet Potato” by Noel Cowards at Booth Theater, NYC to give 36 presentations

171. November 1, 1968 -The AL Cy Young Award was achieved by Detroit Tiger Denny McLain
172. November 1, 1968 – A classification system introduced in movies depending on the suitability of audiences based on age, gender etc. under four heads – (G, M, R, X) – in America by the Motion Picture Association
173. November 1, 1968 – fourteen professional football teams amalgamated into 1 all-star team in the US
174. November 1, 1968 – inauguration of the University of Suriname
175. November 1, 1969 – the musical, “Abbey Road” by The Beatles released and becomes #1 for 11 weeks
176. November 1, 1970 – Giants defeat Jets, at Shea, 22-10 in their usual season
177. November 1, 1970 – inferno in a night club (Discotheque) in Grenoble France kills 142 while all the escape routes are closed
178. November 1, 1970 – inferno in Saint-Laurent-du-Pont in France leaves 144 dead
179. November 1, 1970 – TV transmission channel 12 in Agana, GU starts airing the programs on PBS
180. November 1, 1971 – minting of the American dollar with the insignia of Eisenhower
181. November 1, 1972 – premiere of the gay topic “That Certain Summer” on a TV film
182. November 1, 1972 – a hat trick for Islander by Germaoin Gagnon
183. November 1, 1973 – premiere of “Molly” at Alvin Theatre NYC to give 68 presentations
184. November 1, 1973 – The erstwhile Indian state of Mysore retitled Karnataka to include all districts within Karunadu
185. November 1, 1974 – inferno devastates 189 people within 25 minutes (in Sao Paulo Brazil)
186. November 1, 1974 – Freedom of Cyprus ratified by the UN
187. November 1, 1976 – premiere of “Don’t Step on My Olive Branch” at Playhouse, NYC to give 16 presentations
188. November 1, 1976 – British grants freedom to Gilbert Island (Kiribati)
189. November 1, 1976 – Admission by W German army officers Krupinski and Franke that they were Nazis
190. November 1, 1977 – revision of lowest wage from $2.30 to $3.35 per hour with effect from 1st Jan 1981 as per the authority of President Jimmy Carter.
191. November 1, 1977 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
192. November 1, 1978 – AL Cy Young Award given collectively to NY Yankee Ron Guidry
193. November 1, 1979 – the debut of the melodic “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” by Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice
194. November 1, 1979 – the military takeover of Bolivia by army chief Busch resulting in the running away of President Guevara
195. November 1, 1979 – Edward Bennett Williams purchases Orioles for $12.3 million from Hoffberger
196. November 1, 1979 – Chrysler avails a credit of $1.5 billion from US National govt.
197. November 1, 1979 – in a horrible catastrophe 10.7 m gallon of oil was leaked from an oil tanker Burmah Agate off Galveston Bay, Texas
198. November 1, 1980 – Atomic test by USSR
199. November 1, 1981 – postal rates in the US were revised from 18 cents to 20 cents
200. November 1, 1981 – in the third play of Giants Vs Jets, Jets win 26-7
201. November 1, 1981 – freedom granted to Antigua and Barbuda by Britain
202. November 1, 1981 – LPGA Pioneer Cup Golf Tournament achieved by Chako Higuchi
203. November 1, 1982 – participation of Andrew “Dice” and George Wendt in “Trick or Treatment”
204. November 1, 1982 – The extension of terms of appointment of Bowie Kuhn as commissioner was not accepted by the Major leagues
205. November 1, 1982 – The first Asian automobile manufacturer to commence manufacture of cars in the US was Honda at the unit set up in Marysville, Ohio. The first car manufactured was the Honda Accord
206. November 1, 1984 – Clippers defeat Knick, 107-105, in the first NBA play at LA Memorial Sports Auditorium
207. November 1, 1984 – debut performance of “Foreigner” by Larry Shue at NYC
208. November 1, 1984 – sale of “Two Women” by Willem de Kooning for $1,980,000
209. November 1, 1984 – Mike Bossy, Ice Hockey Great, scores 4 goals for the Islanders. Still, Islanders were defeated by the Canadians, 5-6
210. November 1, 1985 – TV Transmission on Nostalgia commenced
211. November 1, 1986 – inferno in the Sandoz manufacturing unit in Basel, 30 tons of compounds destroyed
212. November 1, 1986 – Brave Raj, Capote, Lady’s Secret, Last Tycoon, Manila, Skywalker, Smile vie for Horse Racing Breeders’Cup Champions
213. November 1, 1987 – Priscilla Welch achieves the 17th Women’s Lengthy run in 2.30:17
214. November 1, 1987 – Ibrahim Hussein achieves the 18th NYC Lengthy run in 2:11:01
215. November 1, 1987 –there were 22000 participants in the NYC Lengthy run
216. November 1, 1987 – Nichirei Ladies Cup US-Japan Team Golf Championship was achieved by Fukumi Tani
217. November 1, 1987 – Don Maynards #13 of NY Jets steps down
218. November 1, 1987 – New Orleans Saints defeat Atlanta Falcons 38-0 by scoring a shutout
219. November 1, 1988 – Chris Sabo was bestowed with the National League Rookie Year award
220. November 1, 1988 – A paid telephone booth at the ferry boat terminal at Staten Island installed
221. November 1, 1989 – premiere of “Les Misérables” at Curran Theatre, San Francisco
222. November 1, 1989 – Cricket’s Nehru Cup was won by Pakistan by defeating West Indies by 4 wickets
223. November 1, 1989 – smoking prohibited on Scandinavian Airlines System journeys
224. November 1, 1990 – premiere of “Oh, Kay!” at Richard Rodgers Theatre, NYC to give 77 presentations
225. November 1, 1990 –Howe, long-serving DPM in Margaret Thatcher’s ministry steps down
226. November 1, 1990 – accusations increased when President Bush compared Saddam to Hitler
227. November 1, 1990 – Mike Tyson misbehaved with Sandra Miller. She was awarded compensatory damage of $ 100/-
228. November 1, 1991 – imposition of the revised Dutch Regulations Traffic rules and Traffic signs
229. November 1, 1991 – in a shooting spree by Gang Lu, a student of physics, at the University of Iowa, three academic staff and one admin staff of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, lost their life
230. November 1, 1991 – The Canadian fire brigade, “Safety BOSS” quenched the inferno in the oil wells of Kuwait
231. November 1, 1992 – Lisa Ondieki won the 22nd NYC Women’s lengthy run in 2:24:40
232. November 1, 1992 – Wille Mtolo achieved the 23rd NYC lengthy run in 2:09:40
233. November 1, 1992 – Al Toon representing NY Jet achieves his 10th NFL to hold a pass in 100 in the conventional play
234. November 1, 1992 – spacecraft Columbia 52 hurled into space
235. November 1, 1993 – change of name of Atlantic Radio to American Radio Systems
236. November 1, 1993 – Mike Whitney plays his last 1st class cricket, NSW vs. NZ
237. November 1, 1993 – Spacecraft STS 58 hurled into space
238. November 1, 1993 – the agreement on the European Union entitled The Maastricht Treaty enforced
239. November 1, 1994 – Muslim radicals kill 5 children in Mostaganem Algeria
240. November 1, 1995 – debut performance of “Tempest” at Broadhurst Theatre NYC to give 71 presentations
241. November 1, 1997 – debut performance of “Titanic” guided by James Cameron, featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet at the Tokyo International Film Festival. (Academy Award Best Picture 1998)
242. November 1, 1998 – Founding of The European Court of Human Rights
243. November 1, 1998 – Mika Hakkinen achieves the 49th Formula One WDC by 14 points

21st Century – November 1 This Day In History – The 2000s

244. November 1, 2004 – a musical entitled. “That’s What I Love About Sunday” announced by Craig Morgan (Billboard Song of the Year 2005)
245. November 1, 2005 – publication of the report dealing with accusations of political currency management contained in the Gomery Report in Canada
246. November 1, 2009 – The premiere of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, a motor race, at the Yas Marina Circuit
247. November 1, 2009 – Jenson Button emerged triumphant at the 60th Formula One WDC by 11 points
248. November 1, 2010 – San Francisco Giants vanquish Texas Rangers, 4-1 to achieve the MLB World Series
249. November 1, 2011 – release of the novel, “Hotel Vendome” by Danielle Steel
250. November 1, 2012 – E-mail facility provided by Google G mail tops in terms of popularity
251. November 1, 2012 – detonation of a oil tanker in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, claims the life of 22 and wounding 111 persons
252. November 1, 2012 – yellow fever claimed the life of 32 people and nauseates 50 in Darfur, Sudan
253. November 1, 2012 – The parents of a 15-year-old girl doused their daughter when they found the girl conversing with a young man in “honor killing” in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan
254. November 1, 2012 – the discovery of light by researchers believed to have been created 500 million years after the Big Bang from the cosmos’s first stars
255. November 1, 2012 – Attack on US General Atomics MQ-1 Predator drone in international space by two Iranian combatant jet aircraft
256. November 1, 2012 – Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert won the 46th Country Music Association Award
257. November 1, 2014 – AFC Champions League was achieved by Western Sydney Wanderers
258. November 1, 2014 – 2014 Breeders’ Cup Classic achieved by Bayeren
259. November 1, 2015 – The Justice and Development Party of Ahmet, Turkish Prime Minister re-claims the majority in a shocking outcome
260. November 1, 2017 – Michael Fallon, UK Defence Secretary steps down against allegations of misconduct towards women and sexual nuisance by UK legislators
261. November 1, 2017 – premiere victory of Houston Astros in the baseball World Series by vanquishing the LA Dodgers, 5-1 in play 7 at Dodger Stadium
262. November 1, 2017 – the detonation of a boiler at NTPC power plant run on coal in Rae Bareli, India claims 29

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