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Famous Events For November 12

Famous Events For November 12 – Today In History

What Happened on November 12 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 12 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 12, 0295 – The root of raising
2. November 12, 0764 – The army of Tibet captured Chang’an, headquarters of the Tang Dynasty for 15 days
3. November 12, 0954 – Lotharius proclaimed as king of France
4. November 12, 1555 – Catholicism revamped by British Parliament
5. November 12, 1591 – Zaragoza seized by Castilian army
6. November 12, 1614 – culmination of Guliks-Kleefse War
7. November 12, 1673 – Willem III guides the Dutch army to capture Bonn
8. November 12, 1682 – King of Sweden Karel XI becomes absolute authority or sovereignty

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18th Century – What Happened on November 12 – The 1700s

9. November 12, 1727 – confidential agreement between France and Bavaria
10. November 12, 1775 – General Washington bans the appointment of blacks
11. November 12, 1799 – Andrew Ellicott observes a meteor shower from the US ship near the beach of Florida Keys for the first time

19th Century – November 12 This Day That Year – The 1800s

12. November 12, 1813 – The combined armies of friendly nations capture Zwolle Neth
13. November 12, 1823 – inauguration of the Great North Holland Waterway (Amsterdam)
14. November 12, 1833 – documentation of the great Leonid Meteor shower
15. November 12, 1847 – chloroform was first used as an anesthetic by a British scientist Sir James Young Simpson
16. November 12, 1859 – Jules Leotard accomplishes the 1st Flying Trapeze and he also created a costume with his name on it
17. November 12, 1873 – inauguration of Bay District Race Track in San Francisco

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18. November 12, 1885 – Montreal and Britannia Football Clubs triumphs over Ontario Combined Team, 3-0 in CRFU Championship play
19. November 12, 1892 – Pudge Heffelfinger accepts $500 to join Allegheny Athletic Association as a professional football player and defeats Pittsburgh Athletic Club, 4-0
20. November 12, 1893 – an agreement between Pakistan and Afghanistan known as the Durand Line. The Durand Line is now treated as an international demarcation between the two nations
21. November 12, 1894 – Australian aeronautical innovator and developer of the box kite – flew a huge kite made by tying four box-type kits but still standing on the earth using a piano wire
22. November 12, 1899 – British army arrive at Durban Natal

20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 12 – The 1900s

23. November 12, 1900 – valedictory of “World’s Fair” in Paris. 50 million people visited the Fair – Art Nouveau style was an attraction
24. November 12, 1905 – a plebiscite was held in Norway to continue monarchy over the republic
25. November 12, 1906 – In a cricket match between New South Wales and Queensland, C.W. Gregory starts his play at 48* and scores 366*

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26. November 12, 1908 – Andrew Fisher was sworn in as Prime Minister of Australia but for a brief period as Labour Government
27. November 12, 1909 – Mackenzie King attends the House of Commons as Minister of Labor, in Canada
28. November 12, 1910 – in a spectacular act in a movie, a man plunges into the Hudson River from a balloon on fire – a first movie stunt
29. November 12, 1912 – The body of a British voyager and his notebook traced in Antarctica
30. November 12, 1914 – Turks chief sultan Jamal Pasja announces a German holy war
31. November 12, 1915 – Gilbert and Ellice group of Islands added to Britain
32. November 12, 1915 – Theodore W. Richards was the first American scientist to get the Nobel Prize in chemistry
33. November 12, 1918 – King Karl of Austria-Hungary renounces the throne and Austria declared a republic
34. November 12, 1919 – Ross and Keith commence their one-month flight from London to Australia
35. November 12, 1920 – appointment of Judge Kennesaw Mountain Landis as the 1st baseball chief
36. November 12, 1920 – The Dalmatian coastline between Italy and Yugoslavia surrendered to Yugoslavia
37. November 12, 1921 – a discussion meeting in Washington to discuss Control of Weaponries
38. November 12, 1922 – establishment of The Sigma Gamma Rho Association on the campus of Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana

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39. November 12, 1923- in a rebellion known as “Beer Hall Putsch”, in Germany, Adolf Hitler was detained for his attempt to assume power
40. November 12, 1923 – appointment of Dr. Hjalmar Schacht as commissioner to solve the money problems in Germany; In a year from now it was hoped that the problem would have been solved
41. November 12, 1924 – the inauguration of an outlet of Yeshivah Slobodka, a Jewish Organization, in Chevron
42. November 12, 1925 – 1925 – agreement for peace between US and Italy over war debts
43. November 12, 1926 – the first documented midair bombing on the US in Williamson County, Illinois, through a dispute between two groups of liquor dealers, the Sheltons and the Burgers
44. November 12, 1927 – The color of the jerseys of Notre Dame’s Fighting Iris from blue to green
45. November 12, 1927 – Leon Trotsky was dismissed from the Soviet Communist Party to facilitate Joseph Stalin’s succeed

46. November 12, 1928 – The British ship “Vestris” overturns near Virginia and drowns killing 110
47. November 12, 1931 – inauguration of Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto – Chic Blackhawks defeat Leafs, 2-1
48. November 12, 1931 – debut performance of Sibelius and Ashton dance, “Lady of Shalott” in London
49. November 12, 1932 – in a mine blast in Lancashire, 24 miners killed
50. November 12, 1933 – the formerly illegal Sunday football game, in Philadelphia played for the first time
51. November 12, 1933 – in the first play of the NFL, Pitts Pirate’s Forbes Field, was defeated by Bkln Dodgers, 32-0
52. November 12, 1933 – the first picture of the monster Loch Ness taken by Hugh Gray
53. November 12, 1933 – Nazis achieve 92% of peoples mandate in Germany
54. November 12, 1935 – first up-to-date surgical procedure on the brain by Egas Moniz to treat mental illness, at Santa Marta Hospital in Lisbon, Portugal
55. November 12, 1936 – Television transmission of the first Gardening show, “In Your Garden” on BBC
56. November 12, 1936 – Eugene O’Neill receives the Nobel Prize for literature
57. November 12, 1936 – inauguration of Oakland Bay Bridge

58. November 12, 1936 – Donald L Barnes & William O DeWitt purchase St. Louis Brown
59. November 12, 1938 – Hermann Goering makes known his desire to have Madagascar as a Jewish motherland
60. November 12, 1939 – Jews in Lodz Poland were forced to wear the yellow star of David
61. November 12, 1940 – Snowstorm sweeps through Midwest killing 154 (69 on a boat on Great Lakes)
62. November 12, 1941 – The efforts by Germany to capture Moscow resisted
63. November 12, 1941 – The call letters of WOV-AM changed to WMEW-AM
64. November 12, 1941 – The debut test flight made by Alma Heflin was with Piper Aircraft Corporation, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. She was the first American lady test pilot for a business aircraft
65. November 12, 1942 – The combined forces of friendly nations and Japanese defense clash at Solomon Islands, during WWII – Naval War of Guadalcanal
66. November 12, 1943 – formation of a political party, Landwacht, in the Netherlands
67. November 12, 1944 – The German warship “Tirpitz” sank at Tromso Fjord, Norway on being attacked by RAF
68. November 12, 1945 – Cordell Hull was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize
69. November 12, 1946 – the musical, “Song of South” by Walt Disney announced

70. November 12, 1946 – The Exchange National Bank in Chicago, Illinois establishes facilities of drive-up teller windows to deposit money
71. November 12, 1947 – KPO-AM in San Francisco CA changes to KNBC (now KNBR)
72. November 12, 1947 – one year in prison awarded to Schilderjienvervalser Han of Meegeren
73. November 12, 1948 – The court of law dealing with the misconduct of battle awards capital punishment to Hideki Tojo, Prime Minister of Japan
74. November 12, 1948 – The first particle accelerator (betatron) starts operation at the US Naval Ordnance Laboratory, White Oak, Maryland
75. November 12, 1950 – Gene Roberts achieves an NFL NY Giant of 218 yards Vs Chic Cards
76. November 12, 1951 – premiere of “Paint Your Wagon” at Shubert Theatre NYC to give 289 presentations
77. November 12, 1952 – AL MVP awarded to Bobby Shantz, pitcher of Philadelphia A
78. November 12, 1952 – Jim Rivera, an accused in a rape case, was kept under probation by White Sox after he was acquitted of the charges
79. November 12, 1953 – stepping down of David Ben-Gurion as Prime Minister of Israel
80. November 12, 1953 – Grim, US District Judge permits NFL to black out TV home plays
81. November 12, 1954 – The immigration office at Ellis Island in NY Harbor, was shut down
82. November 12, 1954 – Lee Kaun Yew and a few establish the People’s Action Party (PAP) in Singapore to achieve democracy in Singapore

83. November 12, 1955 – swearing-in ceremony of the first batch of officers in West Germany
84. November 12, 1955 – E Arcaro, E Sande & G Woolf were the opening inductees in the Racing Hall of Fame
85. November 12, 1956 – an iceberg of size 208 x 60 miles, the largest found so far, was sighted for the first time
86. November 12, 1958 – Cy Young Award given to Bob Turley of Yankees
87. November 12, 1959 – MVP of AL was awarded to Nellie Fox of White Sox 2B
88. November 12, 1960 – failed military rebellion against South Vietnamese President Ngo Dinh Diem
89. November 12, 1960 – The first attempt to launch a Mercury spacecraft, MR-1 failed. It reached a 10 cm height
90. November 12, 1963 – in a train accident in Japan, 164 people lost their lives
91. November 12, 1964 – recognition of Jean as Grand Duke of Luxembourg
92. November 12, 1964 – Paula Murphy achieves a speed of 226.37 mph in the Land Speeding Race. She was the first to this speed as a lady
93. November 12, 1965 – Ferdinand Marcos nominated as the 10th President of the Philippines
94. November 12, 1965 – protest against the missing of Ben Barka in Morocco
95. November 12, 1965 – Mad Dog Vachon defeats Crusher in Denver to achieve the National Wrestling Alliance championship
96. November 12, 1965 – hurling of Venera 2 towards Venus by the Soviet Union
97. November 12, 1966 – Dick the Bruiser defeats Mad Dog Vachon in Omaha to achieve the National Wrestling Alliance championship

98. November 12, 1966 – Dodgers play 18 games during their tour of Japan with a 9-8-1 high best
99. November 12, 1966 – a high school student Robert Smith murders 7 to become famous
100. November 12, 1966 – Buzz Aldrin takes a first ‘space selfie’ of himself doing additional vehicular movement in space while on a Gemini mission
101. November 12, 1967 – LPGA Quality Checked Golf Classic achieved by Margie Masters
102. November 12, 1967 – 1968 – TV transmission channel 28 in Lubbock, TX (ABC) starts airing the programs
103. November 12, 1968 – The US Supreme Court pronounces that prohibiting teaching development by Arkansas in public schools is illegal
104. November 12, 1969 – Alexander Solzhenitsyn, writer, debarred from Soviet Writers Union
105. November 12, 1969 – Harmon Killebrew of Minnesota nominated for AL MVP
106. November 12, 1969 – The US declares initiating criminal proceedings against William Calley for his suspected killing of civilians at the Vietnamese hamlet of My Lai on March, 19
107. November 12, 1969 – TV transmission channel 14 in Jacksonville, IL on ABC commences airing programs
108. November 12, 1970 – Cleveland Cavaliers defeat Portland 105-103, their 1st NBA win
109. November 12, 1970 – creation of artificial genes by researchers
110. November 12, 1970 – A devastating tempest, Bhola sweeps across East Pakistan (Bangladesh) killing 500,000 – the most lethal hurricane ever documented
111. November 12, 1970 – Establishment of Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) in Ireland. This organization slowly regulates the building and distribution of public housing segment in Northern Ireland
112. November 12, 1972 – Richard Petty achieves 22nd NASCAR Sprint Cup
113. November 12, 1973 – 14th musical by Dmitri Shostakovich debuts
114. November 12, 1974 – The UN bars South Africa for their ethnic procedures
115. November 12, 1974 – A variety of ray-finned fish (salmon) was traced in the River Thames, England for the first time since 1833
116. November 12, 1975 – NY Mets Tom Seaver achieves the Cy Young Award for the 3rd time
117. November 12, 1975 – superannuation of William O Douglas, Supreme Court Justice after 36 years of service

118. November 12, 1975 – Richard Petty awarded the 25th NASCAR Sprint Cup
119. November 12, 1975 – Australia defeats England, 25-0 to win the 7th Rugby League World Cup
120. November 12, 1977 – Atomic test by France at Mururoa island
121. November 12, 1977 – election of Ernest “Dutch” Morial as 1st black Mayor of New Orleans
122. November 12, 1978 – premiere of “Platinum” at Mark Hellinger Theatre NYC to give 33 presentations
123. November 12, 1978 – Tony Franklin of the Philadelphia Eagles achieves a 59-yard field goal
124. November 12, 1979 – US President Carter bans the import of Iranian oil and restricts Iranian possessions
125. November 12, 1980 – AL Cy Young Award achieved by Steve Stone of Baltimore
126. November 12, 1980 – Ed Koch, NYC Mayor, confesses to using marijuana
127. November 12, 1980 – US spacecraft Voyager 1 moves towards 77000-mi (124,000 KM) of Saturn
128. November 12, 1981 – traveling across the Pacific by using a balloon accomplished
129. November 12, 1981 – debut performance of “Mass Appeal” by Bill C. Davis in NYC
130. November 12, 1981 – Bill Martin identified as AL Manager of the Year
131. November 12, 1981 – Atomic test by Great Britain
132. November 12, 1981 – 31st Miss World crown awarded to Pilin Leon of Venezuela
133. November 12, 1982 – Atomic test conducted by the US at Nevada Test Site
134. November 12, 1981 – Leonid Brezhnev was replaced by Yuri Andropov, Chief of KGB as leader of the Soviet Union
135. November 12, 1981 – In an international cricket match between India and Pakistan, Zaheer Abbas achieves his 100th 100 and reaches the final score of 215
136. November 12, 1982 – Aaron Pryor achieves 14th round knockout against Alexis Arguello in Miami to win the WBA super lightweight boxing championship in the first two boxing matches between Hall of Famer vs. The Ring’s Fight of the Decade
137. November 12, 1983 – In a train accident, 4 lost their lives in Marshall Texas
138. November 12, 1983 – Calgary Flames defeat NJ Devils, 4-3 in a first overtime match
139. November 12, 1984 – musical, “We All Stand Together” by Paul McCartney announced
140. November 12, 1984 – spacecraft astronauts retrieve a satellite space salvage
141. November 12, 1984 – debut performance of “Victims for Victims: The Theresa Saldana Story”, a movie made for television and assassination bid on Saldana
142. November 12, 1985 – In a cricket match between New Zealand and Australia at Brisbane, Richard Hadlee achieves 15-123
143. November 12, 1985 – The bomb explosion in Ann Arbor Mich the Secretary received injuries
144. November 12, 1986 – Atomic test by France
145. November 12, 1986 – AL Cy Young Award given to Roger Clemens
146. November 12, 1987 – premiere of “Teddy & Alice” at Minkott Theatre NYC to give 77 presentations
147. November 12, 1987 – Schools around DC to Maine were forced to close due to heavy snow
148. November 12, 1987 – 37th Miss World Crown awarded to Ulla Weigerstorfer of Austria
149. November 12, 1988 – Japan were triumphant over MLB All-Star in 5-4, in Tokyo (game 6 of 7)
150. November 12, 1988 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk, USSR
151. November 12, 1989 – the musical “Grand Hotel” by George Forrest was inaugurated at Martin Beck Theatre NYC to five 1018 presentations (winner of 5 Tony awards)
152. November 12, 1989 – first democratic voting for the nomination of president in Brazin after 29 years
153. November 12, 1990 – the crowning of Prince Akihito as Emperor Akihito of Japan to become the 125th Japanese monarch
154. November 12, 1991 – 100th event of “Full House”, the twins take birth
155. November 12, 1991 – NL Cy Young Award achieved by Tom Glavine of Atlanta Brave
156. November 12, 1991 – nearly 250 lost their lives in Dili, East Timor when the Indonesian forces shot at a crowd of demonstrators
157. November 12, 1992 – Steve Howe, pitcher, NY Yankees recalled for the 8th time
158. November 12, 1995 – Tegla Loroupe achieves the 25th NYC Women’s Lengthy run in 2:28:06
159. November 12, 1995 – German Silva achieves the 26th NYC Lengthy run in 2:10:00
160. November 12, 1995 – Martin Crowe, batsman for New Zealand calls it a day for Test cricket
161. November 12, 1995 – The best high score by Tarkenton’s NFL unsurpassed passing of 47,000 broken by Marino
162. November 12, 1995 – revision in bus and subway tariffs to a higher level from $1.25 to $1.50 by NY MTA
163. November 12, 1995 – hurling of satellite (Atlantis 15) into space
164. November 12, 1995 – Michael Schumacher, driver of Formula One bangs during the end of the Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide. However, he achieved the second World F1 Drivers championship by 33 points from Damon Hill
165. November 12, 1995 – Jeff Gordon achieves the 45th NASCAR Sprint Cup
166. November 12, 1996 – AL Cy Young Award given to Pat Hentgen of Toronto
167. November 12, 1996 – In a worse mid-air accident involving Saudi Arabian Flight 763 and Kazakhstan Airlines Flight 1907, over Charkhi Dadri, India, 349 people lost their lives. This was the 3rd such aircraft accident
168. November 12, 1997 – Dick Martinez achieves the NL Cy Young Award
169. November 12, 1997 – Agreement between Dick Vitale and ESPN for 2004
170. November 12, 1998 – NY Islanders score equal points with Detroit Red Wings, 1-1 to close the 10-play successive play
171. November 12, 1998 – Al Gore, Vice President of the USA signs the Kyoto Protocol
172. November 12, 1999 – An earthquake of strength 7.2 on the Richter scale, The Duzce – devastates Turkey

21st Century – November 12 This Day In History – The 2000s

173. November 12, 2001 – As the Afghanistan and friendly countries military progresses, the Taliban vacate Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan
174. November 12, 2001 – In an air accident involving American Airlines Flight 587 carrying 260 on board, immediately after takeoff kills 260 people near John F. Kennedy International Airport
175. November 12, 2003 – Shanghai Transrapid creates a new best high for business railways with 501 km/hr (311 mph)
176. November 12, 2003 – in a self-killing bomb squad 23 people lost their lives in Nasiriya, Iraq, when they attacked the Italian police station
177. November 12, 2006 – A second plebiscite was conducted by the previous Soviet republic of South Ossetia concerning freedom from Georgia
178. November 12, 2008 – Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood, and Brad Paisley achieved the 42nd County Music Association Award
179. November 12, 2011 – stepping down of Silvio Berlusconi as Prime Minister of Italy due to financial disaster
180. November 12, 2012 – the 2012 Samuel Johnson Prize was awarded to ‘Into the Silence by Wade Davis
181. November 12, 2012 – The three Hockey celebrities, Joe Sakic, Mat Sundin, Pavel Bure, and Adam Oates, are initiated into the Hockey Hall of Fame
182. November 12, 2015 – 43 lost their lives in a self-killing bomb attack in Lebanon, ISIS claims accountability
183. November 12, 2015 – Barack Obama’s posture for the front page of Out Magazine, as ‘Ally of the Year” was awarded to him. He was the first U U.S. president on duty to pose for the cover page of the magazine
184. November 12, 2016 – Honorary Oscar awarded to Jackie Chan, for his accomplishments in the film field at the 8th Annual Governors Award Ceremony
185. November 12, 2017 – an earthquake of 7.3 magnitude devastates near Halabjal, Iraq, a border with Iran. 500 and more were killed and 7000 wounded.
186. November 12, 2017 – In a first of the kind, Prince Charles places the wreath to Dead War Heroes instead of the Queen Elizabeth.

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