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Famous Events For November 14

Famous Events For November 14 – Today In History

What Happened on November 14 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 14 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 14, 1380 – the crowning of King Charles VI took place at the age of 12
2. November 14, 1524 – The first prodigious voyage commenced near Colombia by Francisco Pizarro
3. November 14, 1550 – Pope Julius III creates a new seat on the Board of Trente
4. November 14, 1666 – The first published data on blood transfusion between dogs by Samuel Pepys
5. November 14, 1675 – Declaration by Pope Clemens X about Gorcumse martyrs divine
6. November 14, 1680 – The great Celestial body of 1680 was discovered by Gottfried Kirch
7. November 14, 1698 – Prince Jozef Ferdinand, grandson of the king, named heir to Spanish king Carlos

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18th Century – What Happened on November 14 – The 1700s

8. November 14, 1732 – Louis Timothee, an expert in library science in North America, appointed in Philadelphia
9. November 14, 1755 – appointment of Henry Fox as British Secretary of State for Southern Department
10. November 14, 1775 – Flood devastates the provinces along the Dutch coastline
11. November 14, 1792 – The first Englishman to arrive at San Francisco Bay was Captain George Vancouver

19th Century – November 14 This Day That Year – The 1800s

12. November 14, 1832 – premiere introduction of streetcar (horse-drawn) in NYC; the charge for a ride between Avenue Prince and 14th streets was 12 cents
13. November 14, 1832 – William Thomson was admitted to Glasgow University at 10 years and 4 months

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14. November 14, 1851 – publication of “Moby-Dick” by Herman Melville by Harper and Brothers in the US
15. November 14, 1863 – appointment of Nathan Bedford Forrest to guide the command of West Tennessee
16. November 14, 1863 – combat at Danville, Mississippi
17. November 14, 1881 – detention of Charles J. Guiteau on charges of killing US President Garfield
18. November 14, 1881 – Leon Gambetta becomes the Prime Minister of France
19. November 14, 1883 – publication as a book, a novel entitled “Treasure Island” by Robert Louis Stevenson, by Cassell& Co.
20. November 14, 1888 – the inauguration of St Andrews Golf Club, Yonkers NY, with a mere 6 holes
21. November 14, 1888 – the first soccer play by USC Trojans
22. November 14, 1889 – Nellie Bly (Elizabeth Cochrane), Reporter of New York World commences her travel around the world and completes successful journey in 72 days, 6 hours. Thus, she breaks the record of Jules Verne’s Phileas Fogg who, it was narrated in a novel, traveled in 80 days
23. November 14, 1893 – debut performance of “Hanneles Himmelfahrt” by Gerhart Hauptmann in Berlin
24. November 14, 1894 – commencement of Sherlock Holmes series “Adventure of Golden Prince-New” (BG)
25. November 14, 1896 – inauguration of Power Plant at Niagara Falls

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 14 – The 1900s

26. November 14, 1905 – the debut of “Girl of Golden West” by David Belasco in NYC
27. November 14, 1906 – US President Theodore Roosevelt arrives in Panama
28. November 14, 1907 – The third Parliament assembles in Russia; the conservative party had control and overpowers fundamentalists on Chief Nicolas II ordering restrictive measures
29. November 14, 1908 – presentation of the quantum theory of light by Prof Albert Einstein
30. November 14, 1908 – the musical “Der Tapfere Soldat” by Oscar Strauss debuts in Vienna
31. November 14, 1908 – Jose Miguel Gomez representing the Liberal party elected as president of Cuba
32. November 14, 1910 – Aircraft take off from the deck of the ship, Norfolk, Virginia
33. November 14, 1914 – 10 singles in a play achieved by Billy Mallett of Hamilton Tigers
34. November 14, 1915 – Czechoslovakia under the leadership of Tomas Masaryk seeks freedom for the country
35. November 14, 1918 – Thomas Masaryk becomes the first president of the Republic of Czechoslovakia
36. November 14, 1919 – seizure of Omsk, Siberia by Red Army
37. November 14, 1920 – Chic Tiger Joe Guyon of the American Professional Football League kicks 95 yards
38. November 14, 1920 – The attempts of the anti-communist elements to take control of the Government of Russia, were put an end by the Russian Bolshevik defense by seizing Sebastopol
39. November 14, 1921 – establishment of the Communist Party in Spain
40. November 14, 1922 – TV transmission by BBC daily on radio from the 2LO radio station at Marconi House

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41. November 14, 1922 – The term of German Reich Chancellor Joseph Writh comes to an end
42. November 14, 1923 – Kentaro Suzuki succeeds in scaling the Mount Lizuna
43. November 14, 1927 – The world’s biggest detonation of gas storage in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania leaves 28 dead
44. November 14, 1931 – The Ottawa Mint Act comes into effect in Britain
45. November 14, 1935 – US President FDR grants the Philippine Islands the status of a free commonwealth nation
46. November 14, 1935 – The Jews in Germany were denied nationality by the Nazis
47. November 14, 1936 – In a cricket match between South Australia Vs Victoria scores 192 runs before an MCG fans of 21000
48. November 14, 1938 – Aircraft Dutch DC 3 meets with an accident killing 6 people
49. November 14, 1939 – Lagunillas, Venezuela was destroyed by an accidental detonation in the Oil plant killing 500 people
50. November 14, 1940 – a major portion of the Coventry in England was demolished by German aircraft during WWII
51. November 14, 1941 – An under-water German ship ruined and sank the British ship, Ark Royal, carrying an aircraft in the Mediterranean, a day earlier
52. November 14, 1941 – Shelter for Jews was not granted by the Governor General Wouters of Dutch Antilles

53. November 14, 1942 – conflict in Savo-Islands in Guadalcanal between Japanese and US Navy
54. November 14, 1942 – surrender of Vichy-French army in Algeria
55. November 14, 1943 – In a match between Chic Bear vs. NY Giants, Sid Luckman achieves 7 touchdowns (56-7)
56. November 14, 1943 – detention of J Postma, C Schalker, D Goulooze for running unauthorized CPN
57. November 14, 1945 – Appointment of Susan Sjahirir to form a government in Java
58. November 14, 1946 – accident to Dutch Dakota aircraft en route to Schiphol killing 11
59. November 14, 1952 – Army Chief Alexander Papagos triumphs in the election in Greek
60. November 14, 1952 – New Musical Express in the UK publishes a record for single musicals, a first-of-the-kind
61. November 14, 1953 – TV transmission channel 3 in Champaign, IL starts airing on CBS
62. November 14, 1954 – President Naguib steps down in Egypt and imposition of emergency
63. November 14, 1956 – Soviet army’s attack put down a rebellion in Hungary
64. November 14, 1957 – Dick Hutton K/o Lou Thesz in Toronto, to achieve NWA wrestling championship

65. November 14, 1957 – Henry Aaron named NL MVP
66. November 14, 1957 – Law Enforcement officials raid the Apalachin Meeting outside Binghamton, New York leading to the detention of many top-level members of the Gang
67. November 14, 1959 – curtain down for “Girls Against Boys” at Alvin Theatre NYC after 16 presentations
68. November 14, 1959 – most stunning emission from Kilauea in Hawaii
69. November 14, 1960 – An accident involving two passenger trains running at high speeds leaves 110 dead in Czechoslovakia
70. November 14, 1960 – Belgium threatens to withdraw from the UN for remarks on its Congo strategy
71. November 14, 1960 – ‘Georgia On My Mind” by Ray Charles rated #1
72. November 14, 1960 – protest marches in New Orleans against the amalgamation of schools
73. November 14, 1964 – Curtain down for “Fade Out-Fade In” at Mark Hellinger NYC after 199 presentations
74. November 14, 1964 – last show of “Folies Bergere” at Broadway Theater NYC after 191 presentations
75. November 14, 1964 – last show of “Oliver!” at Imperial Theatre NYC after 774 presentations
76. November 14, 1964 – Gordie Howe of Detroit Red Wings achieves his NHL 627th professional goal.
77. November 14, 1965 – last show of “Baker Street” at Broadway Theater NYC after 313 presentations
78. November 14, 1965 – George Abbott Theater at 152 W 54th NYC smashed
79. November 14, 1965 – TV transmission channel 39 in San Diego, CA commences airing on NBC
80. November 14, 1965 – LPGA Alamo Golf Open was achieved by Marlene Hagge
81. November 14, 1965 – 90,000 US army arrives in Vietnam
82. November 14, 1966 – Muhammad Ali defeats Cleveland Williams by 3 to win the heavy-weight championship

83. November 14, 1967 – This day, 14th Nov. dedicated as “Day of the Colombian Woman” in memory of the death of Policarpa Salavarrieta, 150 years ago by the Colombian Parliament
84. November 14, 1968 – Draft Card Day was a protest against American involvement in the Vietnam War. The burning of the draft card on this day is called “National Turn in Your Draft Card Day”
85. November 14, 1968- For the first time in Europe, the lung was removed and relocated
86. November 14, 1968 – Boys and girls admitted to Yale University
87. November 14, 1968 – the movie adaptation of “The Shoes of the Fisherman” the most popular book by Morris L West debuts in the US
88. November 14, 1969 – Vietnam Moratorium Day observed in the US for the 2nd time
89. November 14, 1969 – 2nd manned satellite Apollo 12 sent into space to land on the Moon
90. November 14, 1970 – The entire set of players of the Marshall U soccer team perished in an aircraft accident at Kenova, West Virginia, killing 75
91. November 14, 1971 – Pope Shenouda III declared as Pope of Alexandria
92. November 14, 1972 – Stock Market reaches 1000 plus for the first time as per Dow Jones
93. November 14, 1973 – premiere of “Good Evening” at Plymouth Theatre NYC to give 438 presentations
94. November 14, 1973 – The minting of Olympic coins in Canada starts
95. November 14, 1973 – AL Cy Young Award given to Jim Palmer

96. November 14, 1975 – agreement about Spanish Sahara among Spain, Morocco, and Mauretania
97. November 14, 1976 – last performance of “Don’t Step on My Olive Branch” at Playhouse NYC after giving 16 presentations
98. November 14, 1976 – Jerry Sherk representing Cleveland Browns scores a high best with 4 sacks
99. November 14, 1976 – arrest of Pieter Menten, a war criminal, one day after his running away
100. November 14, 1976 – the debut of “NetWork” guided by Sidney Lumet, featuring Faye Dunaway, Peter Finch, and William Holden in Los Angeles and New York City (Finch was awarded the Academy Awards Best Actor 1977)
101. November 14, 1977 – Egyptian President Anwar Sadat informs Walter Cronkite of his readiness to go to Israel
102. November 14, 1979 – AL MVP awarded to Don Baylor of California
103. November 14, 1980 – President Luis Cabral was dismissed by the Prime Minister of Guinee-Bissau, Vieira
104. November 14, 1980 – Kimberley Santos, 19, of Guam, chosen as the 30th Miss World
105. November 14, 1980 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada Test Site
106. November 14, 1981 – spacecraft Columbia 2 lands on Earth
107. November 14, 1981 – the old Dutch Windmill was commissioned in Golden Gate Park
108. November 14, 1981 – in a cricket match against Austria at WACA, Pakistan were all out for 62, Lillee 5-18
109. November 14, 1981 – Paul ‘Bear’ achieves 314 victories and equals that of Amos Alonzo Stagg
110. November 14, 1981 – The musical collection. “Raise”. By Earth, Wind and Fire announced (Billboard Album of the Year 1982)

111. November 14, 1982 – Chairman of the political party, Polish Solidarity, Lech Walesa released
112. November 14, 1983 – cruise rocket stationed at Greenham Common, England for the first time
113. November 14, 1984 – space pilots of ‘Discovery’ pull another satellite from track
114. November 14, 1984 – presentation of NATO-3D by NASA
115. November 14, 1984 – murdering of Climaco, Zamboanga City mayor, in his hometown, a staunch critic of President Ferdinand Marcos, of Philippine
116. November 14, 1985 – Rollie Fingers, 39, a pitcher of Brewers discharged
117. November 14, 1985 – Holmfriour Karlsdottir of Iceland, 32 named 35th Miss World
118. November 14, 1985 – 1000 killed due to flare-up of Volcano Nevado del Ruiz Colombia
119. November 14, 1986 – Nelson Doubleday and Fred Wilpon purchase NY Mets from Doubleday Publishing
120. November 14, 1986 – Notice of Apparent Liability issued against WYSP Philadelphia by FCC
121. November 14, 1986 – Ivan Boesky was asked to pay a maximum fine of $100 million by the SEC
122. November 14, 1987 – curtain down for “La Cage aux Folles” at Palace Theatre NYC after 1761 presentations
123. November 14, 1987 – Debbie Bennett achieved the Sam’s Town National Bowling Pro-Am title
124. November 14, 1989 – NL Cy Young Award given to Mark Davis
125. November 14, 1990 – NL Cy Young Award given to Doug Drabek (22-6)
126. November 14, 1990 – Atomic test by France at Mururoa island
127. November 14, 1990 – Atomic test by Great Britain at Nevada Test site
128. November 14, 1990 – The guidance of Margaret Thatcher, of the British Conservative Party challenged by Michael Heseltine
129. November 14, 1990 – A severe cyclone takes the toll of 110 in the Philippines
130. November 14, 1990 – detention of James Worthy in Houston on two charges for asking for prostitution
131. November 14, 1991 – debut of “Black or White” movie by Michael Jackson on FOX TV
132. November 14, 1991 – Pittsburgh Steelers guard Terry Long was barred by the NFL for 4 weeks without remuneration on his petition against steroids was not upheld

133. November 14, 1991 – Two Libyan spies were accused by American and British administration for the shooting of the Pan Am Flight 103
134. November 14, 1991 – Norodom Sihanouk, Prince of Cambodia, arrives in Phnom Penh after being a refugee for 13 years elsewhere
135. November 14, 1993 – premiere of “Kentucky Cycle” at Royale Theatre NYC to give 34 presentations
136. November 14, 1993 – last performance of “Twilight of the Golds” at Booth Theatre NYC after 29 presentations
137. November 14, 1993 – Uta Pippig achieves the 23rd NYC Women’s Lengthy run in 2:26:24
138. November 14, 1993 – Andres Espinosa achieves the 24th NYC Lengthy run competition in 2:10:04
139. November 14, 1993 – Don Shula as a guide achieves a majority of success in NFL history
140. November 14, 1993 – A referendum in Puerto Rico was against it becoming the 51st US State
141. November 14, 1993 – Dale Earnhardt won the 43rd NASCAR Sprint Cup
142. November 14, 1994 – The first commercial train in the Channel Tunnel under the English Channel
143. November 14, 1994 – Spacecraft STS 66 parklands
144. November 14, 1996 – premiere of “Chicago” at Richard Rodgers Theatre NYC
145. November 14, 1996 – AL MVP awarded to Juan Gonzalez of Texas Ranger
146. November 14, 1997 – NL MVP awarded to Larry Walker, Colo Rockie
147. November 14, 1997 – “Lion King” by Disney, had a maximum sale of $2,700,000 on day-to-day basis

21st Century – November 14 This Day In History – The 2000s

148. November 14, 2000 – premiere single musical “My Favorite Headache” announced by Geddy Lee
149. November 14, 2001 – seize of Kabul by Afghan Northern Alliance during the battle in Afghanistan
150. November 14, 2001 – OPEC proposes to reduce the crude oil production by1,5 million barrels per day provided the non-OPEC producers reduce their production by 500,000 barrels per day
151. November 14, 2002 – Argentina could not pay $805 million to World Bank
152. November 14, 2002 – an autonomous inquiry committee to examine the September 11 assault was not favored by The US House of Representatives
153. November 14, 2002 – movie made on the theme of J.K.Rowling, “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” announced
154. November 14, 2004 – Sheryl Crow, Usher, and Kenny Chesney were awarded the 31st American Music Awards
155. November 14, 2006 – the debut of the 21st James Bond, movie, “Casino Royale” in London featuring Daniel Craig (debut performance) and Eva Green
156. November 14, 2007 – closing down of Con Edison’s direct-current distribution system
157. November 14, 2008 – The GDP comes down more than anticipated 0.5% in Italy forcing financial collapse, a first since 2005
158. November 14, 2008 – financial slump in Hong Kong, 2nd in Asia, to go into financial crisis, as the demand for export comes down
159. November 14, 2008 – The financial crisis in Germany and Italy forced the Eurozone to go into a financial crisis since its inception in 1999
160. November 14, 2008 – appointment of Elizabeth Warren as Chairperson to Congressional Oversight Panel for the Emergency Stabilization Act
161. November 14, 2009 – announcement by the National Statistical Service of Greece informing that the country was in financial crisis since the commencement of the year
162. November 14, 2010 – Sebastian Vettel of German Red Bull achieves the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at Yas Marina Circuit. This was his first F1 Drivers championship and won by 4 points from Fernando Alonso.
163. November 14, 2012 – demonstrations against austerity procedures in Europe including Spain, Portugal, and Greece
164. November 14, 2012 – a lone planet to Earth discovered (100 light-years distance)
165. November 14, 2012 – the movie based on the theme of the book by Stephenie Meyar, “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2” guided by Bill Condon, featuring Kristen Steward and Robert Pattinson is circulated
166. November 14, 2013 – two life-term punishments to criminal, Whitey Bulger, a gangster from Boston. In addition, he was punished for 5 years for his evils
167. November 14, 2014 – American racing trainer, Dave Palone drives Missy Tap Tina to victory, his 16,754th professional triumph
168. November 14, 2015 – discussion by Democratic presidential, aired by CBS, conducted in Des Moines, Iowa
169. November 14, 2016 – An earthquake of magnitude 7.8 raises the seabed by 4 m and kills 2. Also, the town of Kaikoura, New Zealand was separated
170. November 14, 2016 – debut performance of “Moana”, a Disney movie guided by Ron Clements and John Musker with voices lent by Auli’l Cravalho and Dwayne in Los Angeles
171. November 14, 2017 – The military parade through the town of Harare, Zimbabwe to assure its readiness to take control after the dismissal of vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa

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