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Famous Events For November 13

Famous Events For November 13 – Today In History

What Happened on November 13 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 13 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 13, 0866 – Pope Nicholas I replies to ambassadors from Boris
2. November 13, 1002 – The killing of Danes in England, St Brice’s Day ordered by King of England Ethelred II (the Unready)
3. November 13, 1553 – Jane Grey, a Britisher, and Archbishop Thomas Cranmer are suspected of high disloyalty
4. November 13, 1565 – letters from King Philip II of Spain written from Segovia woods delivered in Brussels
5. November 13, 1565 – Pope Pius IV circulates views of the doctrine of faith
6. November 13, 1642 – conflict between King Charles I and the English parliament
7. November 13, 1673 – Prince Willem III captures Bonn

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18th Century – What Happened on November 13 – The 1700s

8. November 13, 1715 – The Jacobite uprising is an attempt by King Edward Stuart to regain the throne for his father. The war was unsettled. However, the army backed by the government arrests the onward movement of Jacobite forces guided by the Scottish Earl of Mar
9. November 13, 1775 – American Radical Group seize Montreal
10. November 13, 1781 – British Army captures Nagapatam, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka)
11. November 13, 1789 – Ben Franklin enunciates that nothing is certain but death and taxes

19th Century – November 13 This Day That Year – The 1800s

12. November 13, 1839 – Liberty Party, the first US party opposed to slavery assembles in NY
13. November 13, 1841 – James Braid visualized the sexual attraction among animals and named it hypnosis
14. November 13, 1843 – Mt Rainer flares up in Washington
15. November 13, 1849 – nomination of Peter Burnett as the first governor of California

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16. November 13, 1851 – first assembly of counter-revolutionary – Netherlands & Orange
17. November 13, 1851 – Morse-mode of between London-Paris established
18. November 13, 1851 – the arrival of the Denny Party – a group of American Pioneers – at Alki Point, now known as Seattle, Washington
19. November 13, 1854 – 300 lost their lives when the “New Era” sank near the coast of New Jersey
20. November 13, 1864 – Greece approves their new Constitution
21. November 13, 1865 – inauguration of New American museum of PT Barnum at Bridgeport
22. November 13, 1865 – The USA issues a certificate to gold owners
23. November 13, 1868 – An Association entitled American Philosophical Association planned in NY
24. November 13, 1875 – the college soccer players wear uniforms in the first competition play – Harvard-Yale play
25. November 13, 1875 – National Bowling Association planned in NYC
26. November 13, 1885 – Bulgaria captured by Serbian defense
27. November 13, 1887 – Clashes in central London
28. November 13, 1895 – export of tinned pineapple from Hawaii by ship

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 13 – The 1900s

29. November 13, 1900 – American League admits Baltimore Orioles (now NY Yankees)
30. November 13, 1901 – Great Storm causes the 1901 Caister Lifeboat Tragedy
31. November 13, 1902 – The previously serialized “Heart of Darkness” by Joseph Conrad is now combined into one book by William Blackwood in Edinburgh
32. November 13, 1906 – C.W. Gregory scores 383, in a cricket match between NSW and Queensland. NSW’s total score was 763.
33. November 13, 1907 – French Cyclist Paul Cornu pilots the first twin-rotor helicopter
34. November 13, 1907 – The assembly of the Central American States organized in answer to the battle between Honduras and Nicaragua met in Washington to encourage amalgamation
35. November 13, 1909 – inferno in a coal excavation in St. Paul Mine at Cherry, Illinois, 259 lost their lives
36. November 13, 1909 – Ben Simpson representing Hamilton Tigers scores 9 singles in a play
37. November 13, 1909 – The suspected transactions in Alaskan coal fields by the US Secretary of Interior, Richard Ballinger, were questioned by Collier’s publication
38. November 13, 1916 – British assault on Ancre, Belgium

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39. November 13, 1916 – The support for compulsory recruitment to defense forces by Billy Hughes, Prime Minister of Australia, resulted in his dismissal from the Labor Party
40. November 13, 1918 – Sovereignty renounced by the last ruling Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont, Prince Friedrich
41. November 13, 1918 – Russia withdraws the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
42. November 13, 1918 – formation of an anti-communist group by Stahlhelf in Magdenburg
43. November 13, 1920 – The waters of the Hudson River froze at Albany
44. November 13, 1921 – Peace treaty entitled Pacific Treaty by the US, France, Japan, and the British Kingdom
45. November 13, 1922 – A creative movement known as Black Renaissance in NY
46. November 13, 1922 – a musical by George Cohan, “Little Nellie” debuts in NYC
47. November 13, 1926 – rebellion in Bantam, West Java by Indonesian Communist Party
48. November 13, 1927 – a twin-tube auto passageway through water from New York to New Jersey Holland Tunnel inaugurated
49. November 13, 1930 – debut performance of “Grand Hotel” by WA Drake in NYC
50. November 13, 1931 – appointment of Hattie Caraway as the first US woman Senator (D-AK)
51. November 13, 1933 –Hormel meat packers in Austin, Minnesota, sit down at the workplace
52. November 13, 1935 – rebellion in Egypt protesting against British

53. November 13, 1937 – a normal sized musical group meant only for radio was organized by NBC
54. November 13, 1938 – Mother Frances Cabrini canonized as the first saint in America
55. November 13, 1940 – and exciting movie, “Fantasia” by Walt Disney, featuring Leopold Stokowski and Deems Taylor is announced
56. November 13, 1941 – German Abweht seeks opinion from Chetnikleider Draza Mihailovic
57. November 13, 1942 – disorder “sea battle of Friday the 13th” at Guadalcanal
58. November 13, 1942 – The minimum age for recruitment in defense decreased from 21 to 18 in the US
59. November 13, 1945 – in a cricket match between India and Australia, India loses to Australia
60. November 13, 1946 – non-natural snow harvested from the natural formation of clouds at Mt Greylock, Massachusetts for the first time
61. November 13, 1946 – In a cricket match between the Australian XI and the MCC, Bradman achieves 106 for the Australian XI
62. November 13, 1948 – premiere of “As the Girls Go” at Winter Garden Theatre NYC to give 420 presentations
63. November 13, 1950 – The first world bridge championship competition achieved by the US
64. November 13, 1950 – the murder of General Carlos Delgado Chalbaud, President of Venezuela in Caracas
65. November 13, 1951 – Pacific League all-star team (Japan) defeats Lefty O’Doul’s all-stars (3-1) including Joe DiMaggio and Billy Martin.

66. November 13, 1952 – sale of artificial fingernails
67. November 13, 1952 – TV transmission channel 13 in Lubbock, TX starts airing the program
68. November 13, 1953 – 4th String musical by Dmitri Shostakovich debuts
69. November 13, 1954 – Great Britain defeats France, 16-12, in the first Rugby League World Cup
70. November 13, 1955 – first Real-time television broadcast from a non-continuous far-off nation – Havana Cuba
71. November 13, 1955 – nomination of General Pedro Aramburu in place of E Lonardi as president of the Argentine
72. November 13, 1956 – segregation based on race in buses in Alabama is declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court of the US
73. November 13, 1958 – formation of a new baseball team, Continental League, by the Mayor of NYC, Robert Wagner
74. November 13, 1959 – expert musical performance of The Academy of St Martin in the Fields presented in London
75. November 13, 1960 – inferno in an opera house destroys 152 children in Amude, Spain
76. November 13, 1961 – TV transmission channel 10 in August, ME on PBS commences airing the programs
77. November 13, 1961 – Aleksandr Nikolayevich Shelepin was forced to step down to make way for Vladimir Yefimovic Semchstny as head of the KGB
78. November 13, 1964 – Bob Petit (of St Louis Hawks) achieves a maximum point of 20,000 to become the first NBA Player to achieve this distinction
79. November 13, 1964 – Pope Paul VI donates the crown to the poor

80. November 13, 1965 – fire in Yarmouth destroys the ship and sinks near the Bahamas killing 89 on board
81. November 13, 1965 – Director Kenneth Tynan uses an unparliamentary word “fuck” on BBC
82. November 13, 1967 – Carl Stokes assumes office as the first black mayor of Cleveland, Ohio
83. November 13, 1967 – The proprietors of NL approve the extension to Seattle and Kansas City
84. November 13, 1968 – Bob Gibson advantages Pete Rose to achieve NL MVP
85. November 13, 1968 – All marches excluding the ‘customary’ marches are prohibited in Derry, Northern Ireland by the Home Affairs Minister, William Craig. The supporting organizations could take procession but demonstrations for civil rights are not permitted under this rule
86. November 13, 1969 – Vice President Spiro Agnew reproaches unfairness and misrepresentation in the TV reports from the department
87. November 13, 1970 – spacecraft Mariner 9 orbits Mars for the first time
88. November 13, 1973 – premiere of “Gigi” at Uris Theatre NYC to give 103 presentations
89. November 13, 1973 – Reggie Jackson of Oakland A’s selected as AL MVP without any opposition
90. November 13, 1974 – Dodgers Steve Garvey selected as NL MVP
91. November 13, 1975 – premiere of “Musical Jubilee” at St James Theatre NYC to give 92 presentations
92. November 13, 1977 – last event of Al Capp’s amusing serial “Lil Abner” (1934-77)
93. November 13, 1977 – LPGA Colgate Far East Gold Open achieved by Silvia Bertolaccini
94. November 13, 1978 – NASA hurls HEAO 2 into space
95. November 13, 1979 – after a gap of one year, the British Newspaper, The Times, starts issuing the paper

96. November 13, 1979 – Ronald Reagan publicly declare his intention to stand for the president from New York
97. November 13, 1979 – Willie Stargell and Keith Hernandez were nominated for NL MVP Award
98. November 13, 1980 – very near photos taken by US spacecraft Voyager 1 of Saturn were received at the ground station
99. November 13, 1980 – 30th Miss World crown was awarded to Gabriella Brun, 18, of West Germany; she quits the very next day to wed her 52-year-old boyfriend
100. November 13, 1981 – “Wrack My Brains” by Ringo Starr announced
101. November 13, 1982 – inauguration of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC highlighting the names of over 58,000 US warriors who lost their lives or were not traceable in the Vietnam War
102. November 13, 1982 – Ray Mancini k/o Duk Koo Kim in a boxing competition played in Las Vegas, Nevada. Many important changes were effected due to Kim’s demise on November 17
103. November 13, 1984 – the discovery of the first comet by David Levy
104. November 13, 1984 – NL MVP achieved by Ryne Sandberg
105. November 13, 1985 – Dwight Gooden was awarded the Cy Young award (youngest winner of 20 plays)
106. November 13, 1985 – nearly 25000 people lost their lives in the city of Armero when the Nevado del Ruiz volcano burst in Colombia
107. November 13, 1986 – 36th Miss World Crown awarded to Giselle Jeanne-Marie La Ronde, 23, of Trinidad
108. November 13, 1986 – spacecraft S-199 was sent into space by NASA
109. November 13, 1986 –Regan, US President, admits to the sales of armaments to Iran
110. November 13, 1987 – an advertisement about condoms on British Television
111. November 13, 1988 – World Formula 1 Drivers Championship was achieved by Brazilian McLaren driver Ayrton Senna by 3 points from Alain Prost. This was his first achievement.
112. November 13, 1989 – a musical “Figure of 8” and “Ou Est Le Soleil” by Paul McCartney announced

113. November 13, 1990 – The AL Cy Young Award was achieved by Bob Welch of Oakland
114. November 13, 1990 – The Aramoana Massacre witnessed the killing of 13 people by Resident David Gray in Aramoana, New Zealand
115. November 13, 1990 – Saudis request permission from the US for their privileges to tender on Strategic Petroleum Reserve crude oil
116. November 13, 1991 – assassination bid on Ada Kosto, Dutch social democratic party assistant secretary of state
117. November 13, 1991 – AL Cy Young Award achieved by Roger Clemens of Boston Red Sox
118. November 13, 1992 – Riddick Bowe defeats Evander Holyfield by 3 points in the world heavyweight boxing championship held in Las Vegas; first of their 3 meetings
119. November 13, 1993 -Kamchatka devasted by a seaquake of 7.1 strength
120. November 13, 1993 – Faruk Leghari, Minister for Foreign Affairs in Pakistan elected as president
121. November 13, 1994 – The European Union admits Sweden as a member
122. November 13, 1994 – There was a collision on stretch 35 between Michael Schumacher and Damon Hill during the Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide; Schumacher defeated Damon Hill by 1 point from Hill.
123. November 13, 1994 – Dale Earnhardt achieves the 44th NASCAR Sprint Cup
124. November 13, 1995 – Release of the 17th James Bond Movie, “Golden Eye” featuring the first-time actor Pierce Brosnan and Judi Dench as M
125. November 13, 1996 – curtain down for “Three Sisters” at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre NYC
126. November 13, 1996 – determination of 35th Mersenne prime by Joel Armenguad, 2^1398269-1
127. November 13, 1996 – Ken Caminiti, 3rd baseman of Padres was chosen for NL MVP unopposed
128. November 13, 1997 – premiere of “Lion King” at New Amsterdam Theatre NYC
129. November 13, 1997 – AL MVP awarded to Ken Griffey Jr. unopposed
130. November 13, 1997 – inspection teams of armaments in Iraq were called back by the UN
131. November 13, 1999 – debut performance of “Toy Story 2” guided by John Lasseter, featuring Tom Hanks and Tim Allen in the US

21st Century – November 13 This Day In History – The 2000s

132. November 13, 2000 – prosecution charges against Philippine President Joseph Estrada were approved by Speaker Manuel B Villar, Jr
133. November 13, 2000 – the collection of musicals, “1” (2001 Billboard Album of the Year) announced by the Beatles
134. November 13, 2001 – The ministerial level 4-day discussion meeting of the World Trade Organization concluded in Doha, Qatar
135. November 13, 2001 – US President George W. Bush approves an order for the first time permitting defense court of law against outsiders accused of contact with terrorists or planned acts on the United States
136. November 13, 2001 – Shakira announces her fifth studio collection and first collection in English, “Laundry Service
137. November 13, 2001 – 2001 – Order by US President George W. Bush to keep the Strategic Petroleum Reserve at the maximum level in the next few years
138. November 13, 2002 – an accident to the oil tanker Prestige causes it to sink near Galician beach causing a heavy oil spill
139. November 13, 2002 – UN Security Council Resolution 1441 on Iraq’s demilitarization crisis was agreed to by Iraq
140. November 13, 2002 – a musical “Lose Yourself” from the recording of “8th Mile”, by Eminem announced. First rap tune to get the Academy Award for Best Original Song
141. November 13, 2007 – A detonation in the south portion of the House of Representatives of the Philippines in Quezon City, leaves four dead including Congressman Wahab Akbar, and injured six
142. November 13, 2008 – Germany goes into financial recession for the first time in five years after the GDP dropped by 0.4% in the 2nd quarter
143. November 13, 2008 – Deutsche Bank market research group opines that there would be no recession in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines despite the prices of goods coming down and smaller exports
144. November 13, 2009 – The Netherlands officially comes out of the recession by achieving 0l4% growth during the 3rd quarter. The improvement is still very delicate as the country mainly rests on exports to preserve the retrieval
145. November 13, 2009 – There was a 0.7% improvement in the finances of Germany in the third quarter which helped the Eurozone to come out financial crisis by offering an improvement of 0.4% during the same quarter. The entire European Union improving 0.2% as was reported
146. November 13, 2010 – last performance of Australian rock band, Powder Finger, at the Brisbane River Stage
147. November 13, 2012 – trespass by Syrian tanks into the demilitarized portion of Golan Heights
148. November 13, 2014 – In a cricket match between India and Sri Lanka in ODI, Rohit Sharma scores a high score of 264 runs
149. November 13, 2014 – 2014 MLB MVP award shared between Clayton Kershaw and Mike Trout
150. November 13, 2017 – Sweden defeats Italy in the play-off Foot ball play thus making Italy ineligible for the 2018 Football World Cup
151. November 13, 2017 – showcasing of the first Barbie toy wearing a hijab, fashioned on the model of Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad in New York

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