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Famous Events For November 10

Famous Events For November 10 – Today In History

What Happened on November 10 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 10 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 10, 0911 – selection of Conrod I of Germany as King of East Francia (Conrod the Younger)
2. November 10, 1444 – Sultan Murad II defeats Crusaders at the war at Varna, Black Sea
3. November 10, 1526 – selection of John I Zapolyai of Transylvania as king of Hungary
4. November 10, 1544 – Jan Matsys, a painter from Belgium prohibited from Antwerp for purposes of religion
5. November 10, 1567 – French army wage war against Huguenots at the war at St-Denis
6. November 10, 1584 – appointment of Willem Louis of Nassau as official executive (viceroy) of Friesland

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7. November 10, 1619 – Rene Descartes got motivation for his “Meditations on First Philosophy” through his dreams
8. November 10, 1630 – a coup by the ruling king of France against Richelieu was not successful
9. November 10, 1674 – surrender of New Netherlands (New York) by Dutch to English
10. November 10, 1687 – Pope Innocent XI issues an order viz., Coelestis pastor condemning Miguel de Molinos
11. November 10, 1697 – reduction in the strength of the army accepted by the English parliament

18th Century – What Happened on November 10 – The 1700s

12. November 10, 1766 – William Franklin, the last administrator of New Jersey approves the establishment of Queen’s College (renamed Rutgers University)
13. November 10, 1775 – The Second Continental Congress establishes Continental Marines as a forerunner for the establishment of the United States Marine Corps
14. November 10, 1793 – ban on forced reverence to God removed in France

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19th Century – November 10 This Day That Year – The 1800s

15. November 10, 1801 – arranged combat between two persons banned in Kentucky
16. November 10, 1808 – under an agreement, the Osage Nation surrendered land in Missouri and Arkansas to the US – Treat of Fort Clark
17. November 10, 1836 – Louis Napoleon deported to America
18. November 10, 1847 – In an accident, the passenger ship Stephen Whitney broke down for non-visibility due to dense fog off the beach of southern Ireland, 92 out of 110 on board died. This accident caused the construction of the Fastnet Rock Lighthouse
19. November 10, 1871 – Henry Morton Stanley meets David Livingstone at Ujiji, near Lake Tanganyika in Central Africa, and says the memorable words, Dr. Livingstone, I presume?
20. November 10, 1878 – debut performance of “Bespridannitsa” by Aleksandar Ostrovsky in Moscow
21. November 10, 1883 – 1st ORFU Championship achieved by Toronto Argonauts by vanquishing Ottawa FC 9-7
22. November 10, 1885 – The 1st motorcycle in the world was made public by German engineer Gottlieb Daimler
23. November 10, 1891 – the first assembly of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union conducted in Boston

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24. November 10, 1891 – copyright granted to Granville T Woods for inventing the electric railway
25. November 10, 1892 – Osgoode Hall triumphs over Montreal, 45-5 to achieve the 1st CRU championship
26. November 10, 1894 – a peace agreement between Fred Lugard and King Lafia ‘Absalamu’ of Nikki
27. November 10, 1898 – ethnic revolt in Wilmington, NC (8 blacks killed)

20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 10 – The 1900s

28. November 10, 1905 – protest by sailors at Kronstadt in Russia
29. November 10, 1908 – first Bible exhibited in a hotel area
30. November 10, 1910 – inauguration of the Thomas A. Davis’ San Diego Army and Navy Academy. But the formal launch date was November 23, 1910
31. November 10, 1911 – founding of Carnegie Corporation by Andrew Carnegie for intellectual and benevolent works
32. November 10, 1911 – Chinese Army seizes Nanking (blood bath)
33. November 10, 1917 – Women rights activists (21) detained in front of the White House
34. November 10, 1917 – 2nd musical for Violo Sonate by Faure debuts

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35. November 10, 1917 – The administration of the New Bolshevik political party guided by Lenin bans the freedom of the press, briefly during the October Revolution
36. November 10, 1918 – German King Wilhelm II exiles to the Netherlands
37. November 10, 1918 – Freedom of Poland asserted by Jozef Pilsudski
38. November 10, 1918 – A very confidential veiled information from Europe indicating the stoppage of combat of all types on Nov.11, 1918, received by the Western Union Cable office in North Sydney, Nova Scotia
39. November 10, 1919 – celebration of the first National Book Week
40. November 10, 1919 – The first assembly of the American war veteran organization (Minneapolis)
41. November 10, 1920 – debut of “Heartbreak House” by George Bernard Shaw in NYC
42. November 10, 1923 – The former crown prince of Germany ran away from the Netherlands for Germany
43. November 10, 1924 – Head of the North Side Gang, Dion O’Banion is killed in his flower shop by Johnny Torrio’s group, causing bloodshed in the 1920s in Chicago
44. November 10, 1926 – Bradman scores only 37 runs in his first State level choice
45. November 10, 1926 – Vincent Massey was appointed as the 1st Canadian minister for the USA
46. November 10, 1928 – King Hirohito of Japan confirms openly the custody of Imperial Regalia or Imperial insignia
47. November 10, 1931 – Cimarron, Lionel Barrymore, and Marie Dressler achieve the 4th Academy Awards.
48. November 10, 1933 – uncontrollable snow and dust storm, Black Blizzard, move across from SD to Atlantic

49. November 10, 1937 – Brazilian authoritarian ruler, Getulio Vargas declares a second republic, Estado Novo
50. November 10, 1938 – an earthquake of magnitude 8.3 strikes East of Shumagin Islands, Alaska
51. November 10, 1938 – Pearl Buck gets the Nobel Prize for Literature (Good Earth)
52. November 10, 1938 – mass killing of Jews in Germany and Austria after the killing of a German envoy in Paris – second day of Kristallnacht
53. November 10, 1940 – No penalty NFL play by Pittsburgh and Philadelphia
54. November 10, 1940 – Walt Disney accepts to serve as a spy for the Los Angeles office of the FBI and report news on Hollywood revolutionaries
55. November 10, 1942 – debut performance of “Without Love” by Philip Barry in NYC
56. November 10, 1942 – US seizes aerodrome at Port-Lyautey, Morocco
57. November 10, 1942 – the combined armies of the US and UK seize Oran, Algeria
58. November 10, 1944 – 52,000 people go to Germany during German unrest in Rotterdam/Schiedam
59. November 10, 1944 – US 9th Army captures Margraten cemetery
60. November 10, 1944 – In an accident, the ship USS Mount Hood with bullets, shells, and bombs detonated at Seeadler Harbor, Manus, Admiralty Islands
61. November 10, 1945 – premiere of “Are You with It?” at Century Theater NYC to give 264 presentations

62. November 10, 1945 – College soccer’s #1 Army defeats #2 Notre Dame, 48-0
63. November 10, 1945 – General Enver Hoxha assumes charge as the front-runner of Albania
64. November 10, 1945 – Heroes’ Day rejoiced – fierce war in Surabaya between Indonesian nationalists and the settlers returning from WWII
65. November 10, 1946 – Communists gain many parliamentary seats in the election in France
66. November 10, 1950 – dismissal of Cleveland Indians manager Lou Boudreau after 9 years
67. November 10, 1950 – the debut of “Country Girl” by Clifford Odet in NY
68. November 10, 1950 – installation of Jacobo Arbenz as President of Guatemala
69. November 10, 1950 – William Faulkner wins the Nobel Prize for literature
70. November 10, 1951 – long-distance telephone call sans operator’s help
71. November 10, 1952 – Trygve Lie steps down as the 1st Secretary General of the United Nations
72. November 10, 1953 – Tour across Japan concluded by Giants (players receive $331 against the promised amount of $3000)
73. November 10, 1954 – establishment of ‘Marine Corps War Memorial” in Arlington County, Virginia, and bestowed to US Marine Corps who sacrificed their life in protecting the US since 1775.
74. November 10, 1954 – Lt Col John Stapp achieves a speed of 632 mph in a rocket sled
75. November 10, 1955 – premiere of “Vamp” at Winter Garden Theater NYC to give 60 presentations
76. November 10, 1956 – the debut of the musical “Li’I Abner” by Gene Paul and Johnny Mercer in NYC
77. November 10, 1957 – nearly 102368 fans (best high) witness the NFL match between ‘the 49ers vs. Rams in LA
78. November 10, 1957 – Cleveland Brown defeats Pittsburgh 24-0; Don Paul achieves the longest fumble return with an 89-yard run
79. November 10, 1958 – debut play “The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui” by Bertolt Brecht in Stuttgart, West Germany
80. November 10, 1958 – TV transmission channel 5 in Gainesville, FL starts airing on PBS
81. November 10, 1959 – Corinne Rottschaeffer of the Netherlands crowned Miss World
82. November 10, 1962 – premiere of “Nowhere to Go, But Up’ at Winter Garden Theatre NYC to give 9 presentations
83. November 10, 1963 – Gordie Howe scores a goal lead of 545 in the NHL
84. November 10, 1964 – premiere of “Something More!” at Eugene O’Neill Theatre NYC to give 15 presentations

85. November 10, 1964 – Braves agree to play for 25 years in the new Atlanta Arena
86. November 10, 1965 – Theft of the sculpture of Manneke Pis in Brussels
87. November 10, 1966 – Jack Lynch takes charge as Prime Minister of Ireland
88. November 10, 1966 – Spacecraft Lunar Orbiter 2 placed in orbit at 196-1871 km around the moon
89. November 10, 1967 – TV transmission channel 19 in Norfolk, NB starts airing on PBS
90. November 10, 1968 – an unmanned spacecraft Zond 6, orbits around the moon and return
91. November 10, 1968 – A Portuguese communist Mario Soares, who was exiled in Sao Tome, was set free under the new government of Marcello Caetano
92. November 10, 1969 – the debut of ‘Sesame Street’ on PBS TV
93. November 10, 1970 – premiere of “2 by 2” at Imperial Theatre NYC to give 343 presentations
94. November 10, 1970 – a self -driven, not operated by man, spacecraft Luna 17 hurled into space
95. November 10, 1970 – a musical “Two by Two” by R Rodgers and M Charnins debuts in NY
96. November 10, 1971 – NL MVP and AL MVP awarded to Joe Torre and Vida Blue respectively
97. November 10, 1971 – A table tennis group from the US arrives in China
98. November 10, 1973 – “Ship Ahoy” collection by The O’Jays announced (Billboard Album of the Year 1974)
99. November 10, 1974 – In a 2nd play between Giants and Jets, the Jets win 26-20 and even the series

100. November 10, 1974 – Montreal Canadiens defeats Washington Capitals, 11-0
101. November 10, 1975 – The ship Ore ship Edmund Fitzgerald with the crew on board (29) were lost in a hurricane on Lake Superior
102. November 10, 1975 – speech by PLO Chief Yasser Arafat at the UN in NYC
103. November 10, 1975 – Harmon Killebrew, slugger, retires from Royals, thus culminating his 22-year profession
104. November 10, 1975 – Zionism and racism were treated alike as per the UN General Assembly Resolution
105. November 10, 1976 – The death sentence awarded to killer Gray Gilmore was upheld by the Supreme Court of Utah
106. November 10, 1977 – detention of Gert Schneider and Christof Wackernagel, radicals of Red Army Faction, in Amsterdam
107. November 10, 1977 – Major Indoor Soccer League (NYC) planned
108. November 10, 1978 – The delegates from Israel withdrew from the Middle East peace negotiations
109. November 10, 1978 – Larry Holmes knocks out Alfredo Evangelist in 7 for the heavyweight boxing championship
110. November 10, 1978 – Yanks exchange Lyle, Rajsich, McCall, Heath & Ramos with Texas for Righetti, Mirabella, Beniquez, Jemison, and Griffin
111. November 10, 1979 – A long car train goes off the rails in Mississauga, Ontario and 200000 people were displaced
112. November 10, 1980 – Dan Rather declines to pay his cab driver, CBS pays the fare of $12.55
113. November 10, 1980 – Solidarity Union recognized in Poland
114. November 10, 1980 – Iraq seizes the port of Khorramshahr
115. November 10, 1981 – premiere of “Oh, Brother! At ANTA Theater NYC give 3 presentations
116. November 10, 1981 – Debut of “West Side Waltz” by Earnest Thompson in NYC
117. November 10, 1982 – Mexico susceptible to insolvency receives a loan of $3.8 billion from the IMF
118. November 10, 1982 – the debut of “Foxfire” by Susan Cooper/Hume Cronyn in NYC
119. November 10, 1983 – premiere of “Amen Corner” at Nederlander Theater NYC to give 83 presentations
120. November 10, 1983 – US Federal Government enters a shutdown period
121. November 10, 1984 – In a cricket match between Australia and West Indies at WACA, Australia were all out for 76, Holding 6-21
122. November 10, 1984 – Miami Hurricanes who were in a 31-0 lead lost to Md 42-40
123. November 10, 1984 – Chief’s Crown, Eillo, Lashkari, Outstandingly, Princes Rooney, Royal Heroine, Wild Again at Hollywood vie for the Horse Racing Breeders’ Cup Championship
124. November 10, 1986 – Constitution of Bangladesh reestablished
125. November 10, 1987 – NL Cy Young Award awarded to Steve Bedrosian over Rick Sutcliffe by 57-55
126. November 10, 1988 – The possibility of the earthquake victims rising above the present 938 confirmed by China
127. November 10, 1988 – MLB All-Star squad defeats Japan 3-1 in Tokyo(Play 5 of 7)
128. November 10, 1988 – NY’s Metropolitan Authority announces its decision to substitute tokens with credit card permits
129. November 10, 1988 – Orel Hershiser was chosen unopposed (23-8) for the award of NL Cy Young Award
130. November 10, 1989 – Todor Zjikov steps down as President of Bulgaria

131. November 10, 1989 – computer program ‘Word Perfect, 5.1 version distributed
132. November 10, 1990 – Camille Sontag & Marcel Coudari, French captives set free by Lebanon
133. November 10, 1990 – the debut of the movie “Home Alone” by John Hughes, guided by Chris Columbus featuring Macaulay Culkin in Chicago
134. November 10, 1990 – Chandra Shekar was sworn in as the 8th Prime Minister of India
135. November 10, 1991 – Bernie Kosar surpasses the NFL best of 308 passes without a break
136. November 10, 1991 – LPGA Mazda Japan Golf Classic achieved by Liselotte Neumann
137. November 10, 1991 – Martina Navratilova draws with Chris Evert in 157 professional tennis match wins
138. November 10, 1991 – Marty Glickman shows his 1000th football play
139. November 10, 1991 – South Africa plays its first international cricket since 1970 – ODI against India
140. November 10, 1993 – premiere of ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ at Minskoff Theatre NYC to give 223 presentations
141. November 10, 1993 – Vladimir Meciar becomes the Prime Minister of Slovakia
142. November 10, 1995 – execution of dramatist and ecological activist Ken Saaro-Wiwa along with 8 members of the Movement for Survival of the Ogoni People in Nigeria
143. November 10, 1996 – Terry Labonte achieves the 46th NASCAR Sprint Cup
144. November 10, 1997 – premiere of “Jackie-An American Life” at Belasco Theatre NYC
145. November 10, 1997 – Artist Peter Max was found guilty of tax evasion and sentenced to the balance of time spent in jail
146. November 10, 1997 – The murder sentence of Nanny Louise Woodward was lowered to manslaughter
147. November 10, 1998 – premiere of “Star Trek: Insurrection” guided by Jonathan Frakes and featuring Patrick Stewart and Jonathan Frakes

21st Century – November 10 This Day In History – The 2000s

148. November 10, 2001 – agreement for application of the Kyoto Climate Change at Marrakech, Morocco
149. November 10, 2006 – the killing of Nadarajah Raviraj, an MP in Colombo
150. November 10, 2007 – “Why don’t you shut up?”, a happening between King Juan Carlos of Spain and Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez
151. November 10, 2010 – Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert & Blake Shelton achieve the 44th Country Music Association Award
152. November 10, 2010 – Alan Menken, a well-known Disney creator, gets the 2442nd star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
153. November 10, 2012 – Self-destroying bombings in Daara kills 20 Syrian army people
154. November 10, 2012 – In a clash among the inmates of a prison in Colombo, Sri Lanka, 27 were killed and many injured
155. November 10, 2012 – Attack by Israel on Palestinian radicals in Gaza leaves 5 dead and 30 wounded
156. November 10, 2012 – Bad climate in Turkey leads to a helicopter accident killing 17
157. November 10, 2012 – In the final US Presidential Barack Obama defeated Mitt Romney, 332-206 in the Electoral College votes in Florida
158. November 10, 2013 – Spaniard Marc Marquez at 20, achieves the 2013 MotoGP World Championship. He is the youngest to win this championship
159. November 10, 2014 – “The Hunger Games” Mockingjay – Part 1” guided by Francis Lawrence and featuring Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson debuts in London

160. November 10, 2014 – Presidential Medal of Freedom awarded to Ethel Kennedy
161. November 10, 2014 – The musical “Uptown Funk” announced by Bruno Mars (Billboard Song of the Year 2015, Grammy Record Of The Year, Grammy Song of the Year 2016)
162. November 10, 2015 – The minority administration in Portugal collapses within two weeks after it assumes power
163. November 10, 2015 – The 4th Republican presidential discussion organized by “The Wall Street Journal” arranged in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
164. November 10, 2017 – The BBC drops the play from the Christmas schedule of the program, since Ed Westwick, one of the participants, suspected of rape by two women
165. November 10, 2017 – Louis C.K pleads guilty to sexual abuse
166. November 10, 2084 – next travel of Earth as seen from the planet Mars

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