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Famous Events For November 19

Famous Events For November 19 – Today In History

What Happened on November 19 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 19 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 19, 0461 – appointment of St Hilary as Catholic Pope from this day
2. November 19, 0615 – Pope Deusdedit (Adeodataus I) was the successor to Boniface IV
3. November 19, 1302 – Pope Boniface VII announces One God, One Faith, and One Spiritual Authority
4. November 19, 1367 – Confederation of Cologne is a military alliance against Denmark king Waldemar IV
5. November 19, 1493 – discovery of Puerto Rico by Christopher Columbus during 2nd explorative expedition
6. November 19, 1521 – Milan seized by the forces led by King Karel V’s defense consisting of soldiers from episcopal, Spain, and Germany
7. November 19, 1523 – appointment of Giulio de’ Medici as Pope Clemens VII

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8. November 19, 1530 – The Recess document arising from the meetings of the Imperial Diet of the Holy Roman Kingdom in the city of Augsburg and signed by Charles V and a catholic prince
9. November 19, 1544 – The Council of Trente is the ecumenical of the Catholic Church inaugurated by Pope Paul III in Trente
10. November 19, 1581 – Ivan the Terrible assaults his son Tsarevich Ivan Ivanovich who died there days later
11. November 19, 1620 – The explorer ship Mayflower arrives in Cape Cog and surveys the beaches
12. November 19, 1621 – visit of Rabbi Isaiah ben Abraham aha-Levi Horowitz to Israel
13. November 19, 1644 – the founding of the first Protestant Missionary in New England

18th Century – What Happened on November 19 – The 1700s

14. November 19, 1700 – Russians were vanquished by Swedish King Karel XII in a war at Narva
15. November 19, 1794 -Founding of Jacobin Club in Paris
16. November 19, 1794 – The US and Great Britain agree on the first deportation agreement entitled Jay Treaty

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

17. November 19, 1805 – The Kewis and Clerk exploration group was the American Europeans to voyage across the Pacific Ocean
18. November 19, 1816 – Founding of the Warsaw University
19. November 19, 1824 – cyclone floods in St Petersburg takes the life of 10000
20. November 19, 1835 – Armed Maori tribes carrying weapons from Ngati Tama and Ngati Mutunga arrive by sea on the Islands of Chatham and murder the Moriori original tribes settled there and those not murdered are taken as slaves
21. November 19, 1837 – inauguration of the Floridsdorf-Deutsch Wagram Railroad in Austria
22. November 19, 1850 – British Poet Laureate title confirmed on poet, Alfred Tennyson in succession to William Wordsworth
23. November 19, 1861 – Julia Ward Home published her poem “Battle Hymn of the Republic”
24. November 19, 1861 – A ship, SS Elizabeth Watts, with 1329 barrels of petroleum on board leaves from the US to Philadelphia, USA for London, England
25. November 19, 1863 – the address by US President Abraham Lincoln in Gettysburg started with the following words: “Four score and seven years ago….”
26. November 19, 1872 – U.S. copyright granted to E.D. Barbour of Boston for his invention of the first calculator, an adding machine capable of printing totals and subtotals

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27. November 19, 1873 – American politician, William Magear Tweed, nicknamed “Boss Tweed” of Tammany Hall, NYC swindled $6M and was punished with a 12-year jail term
28. November 19, 1873 – Watt Grayson and his family were relieved of $30,000 by James Reed and two of his partners in the Choctaw Nation
29. November 19, 1879 – The definition and meaning of “trotter” was defined by the National Association of Trotting Horse Breeders
30. November 19, 1881 – a piece from an asteroid strikes the earth in the village of GroBliebenthal, southwest of Odesa, Ukraine
31. November 19, 1885 – Bulgarians, guided by Stefan Stambolov, force away a bigger Serbian attack at Slivinitza
32. November 19, 1887 – premiere of “Adventure of Dying Detective” by Sherlock Holmes
33. November 19, 1893 – color printing for the first time in addition to the NY World
34. November 19, 1894 – China publishes its stamp with mushroom on 1 and 5
35. November 19, 1894 –The palace of Tjakra Negara, Lombok was attacked and looted by the Dutch army
36. November 19, 1895 – Copyright awarded to American originator Frederick E. Blaisdell for inventing the pencil
37. November 19, 1895 – premiere of “Adventure of Sussex Vampire” by Sherlock Holmes

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 19 – The 1900s

38. November 19, 1903 – Attempts by Carrie Nation, a radical member of the temperance movement to speak at the Senate
39. November 19, 1905 – Hundred people die when the steamer “Hilda” sunk in the English Channel
40. November 19, 1906 – London accepts to host the 1908 Olympics
41. November 19, 1910 – debut of “Tester” by Ferenc Molnar in Budapest
42. November 19, 1911 – Marconi sends his first wireless message to New York from Italy
43. November 19, 1916 – Goldwyn Pictures was founded by Samuel Goldwyn and Edgar Selwyn, one of the most flourishing film-makers in later years
44. November 19, 1919 – The Treaty of Versailles and League of Nations was not accepted by the US Senate by 55-39 votes
45. November 19, 1922 – Agitation for the creation of French Language University in Ghent
46. November 19, 1923 – debut performance of “Tancsuite” by Bela Bartok
47. November 19, 1923 – Governor Walton takes some anti-Ku Klux Klan procedures for which he was dismissed by the Oklahoma State Senate

48. November 19, 1926 – Mineworkers in Britain end their strike after 28 weeks
49. November 19, 1926 – Leon Trotsky is debarred from the Politburo in the Soviet Union
50. November 19, 1932 – Joe Kershalla achieves 71 points in a college football play
51. November 19, 1932 – request from Shaft &Thyssen that Adolf Hitler be made German Vice-chancellor
52. November 19, 1933 – The right to vote by women permitted in Spain
53. November 19, 1940 – the 6th AAU cross-country 1oK championship title achieved by Don Lash
54. November 19, 1940 – meeting between Belgian King Leopold III and Adolf Hitler
55. November 19, 1940 – 450 were killed in the first big attack on Birmingham by German Air Force
56. November 19, 1942 – Joseph Goebbels visits the “German Theatre in the Netherlands”
57. November 19, 1942 – winter season attack against Germans along Don’s forward-facing
58. November 19, 1942 – In a Soviet attack on the German Sixth Army, 1 million Soviet army surrounded them during the War of Stalingrad during Operation Uranus
59. November 19, 1943 – Submarine U-536 submerged in Atlantic Ocean
60. November 19, 1944 – US President Franklin Roosevelt promotes the sale of USD 14 billion in war bonds to assist payment for the war effort known as the 6th War Loan Drive during World War II
61. November 19, 1947 – a mirror of size 200” brought to Mt Palomar
62. November 19, 1949 – Prince Rainier III becomes the 30th ruler Prince of Monaco
63. November 19, 1949 – US General Eisenhower assumes charge as supreme commander of NATO-Europe

64. November 19, 1951 – Roy Campanella was chosen NL MVP on his 30th birthday
65. November 19, 1951 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada Test Site
66. November 19, 1952 – Trans-Atlantic jet aircraft, North American F-86 Sabre attains a highest speed of 1124 KPH
67. November 19, 1952 – Spain becomes a member of UNESCO
68. November 19, 1952 – inauguration of a viable air route from Canada to Europe by Scandinavian Airlines
69. November 19, 1953 – Baseball was declared a sport, not business, by the US Supreme Court by a 7-2 ruling
70. November 19, 1953 – Richard Nixon, US Vice President arrives in Hanoi
71. November 19, 1955 – TV transmission channel 12 starts airing from Bismarck, ND on CBS/ABS
72. November 19, 1955 – publication of the first issue of National Review
73. November 19, 1957 – appointment of Antoni Novotny as president of Czechoslovakia
74. November 19, 1958 – Aircraft 2F-27 Fokker’s Friendship operated on Aer Lingus
75. November 19, 1959 – premiere of “Rocky & His Friends” on ABC
76. November 19, 1959 – cancellation of Edsel model by Ford Motors for poor response
77. November 19, 1960 – appointment of Mickey Vernon as the first manager of the Washington squad
78. November 19, 1961 – George Blanda of Houston scores 7 touchdowns against NY Titans (49-13)
79. November 19, 1962 – Fidel Castro consents to eliminate armaments supplied by the Soviet Union
80. November 19, 1962 – TV transmission channel 9 commences airing programs from Ogden, UT

81. November 19, 1962 – debut performance of “Lord Pengo” by SN Behrman in NYC
82. November 19, 1962 – news on “Vietnam Update” every week commenced by ABC
83. November 19, 1962 – Pop Tarts brand pastries introduced by Kellogg
84. November 19, 1966 – NWA championship achieved by Mad Dog Vachon by defeating Dick The Bruiser in Omaha
85. November 19, 1967 – the founding of the first television TV station on a profitable basis in Hong Kong
86. November 19, 1968 – President Modibo Keita runs away from Mali because of a military takeover
87. November 19, 1968 – AL Rookie of the Year awarded to pitcher, Stan Bahnsen of the Yankees
88. November 19, 1969 – The 3rd and 4th individuals to land on the Moon were Charles Conrad & Alan Bean
89. November 19, 1969 – TV Transmission channel 36 in Elmira, NY starts airing the program
90. November 19, 1970 – The Golden Gate Park Conservatory is turned into a historical identity for the Californian state
91. November 19, 1970 – atomic test by the US at Nevada
92. November 19, 1971 – inauguration of Disney World’s Fort Wilderness
93. November 19, 1972 – premiere of “Ambassador” at Lunt-Fontanne Theater NYC to give 9 presentations

94. November 19, 1972 – last show of “Dear Oscar” at Playhouse Theater NYC after giving 5 presentations
95. November 19, 1972 – inauguration of the Gershwin Theater (Uris) at 1633 Broadway NYC
96. November 19, 1972 – TV transmission channel 34 quits its programs in Find du Lac, WI
97. November 19, 1972 – SPD under the guidance of Willy Brandt voted to power in West German
98. November 19, 1972 – detention of Sean MacStiofain, chief of the Irish Republican Army in Dublin
99. November 19, 1973 – Premier Sydney of PNP defeated in the voting in Suriname
100. November 19, 1973 – Shares and stocks plunge to a lowest in 19 years in New York
101. November 19, 1975 – NL MVP awarded to Joe Morgan, 2nd baseman representing the Reds
102. November 19, 1975 – premiere of “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” on the theme of the book by Ken Kesey, guided by Milos Forman and featuring Jack Nicholson and Louise Fletcher (Academy Awards Best Picture 1976)
103. November 19, 1976 -announcement of the musical, “This Song” by George Harrison
104. November 19, 1976 – Patty Hearst set to freedom on a surety of $15 million
105. November 19, 1976 – swearing in of Jaime Ornelas Camacho as the first President of Madeira, Portugal
106. November 19, 1977 – unsuccessful 3rd penalty kick by Ron Sedlbauer of Canuck at Islanders
107. November 19, 1977 – President Anwar Sadat of Egypt visits Israel
108. November 19, 1977 – Ambassadorial level contacts with Egypt suspended by Libya
109. November 19, 1978 – Gavaskar scores a century twice for India for the 2nd time
110. November 19, 1978 – The Miracle at the Meadowlands was a fumble recovery by Eagles Herman Edwards for a touchdown with 31 to the close of the play to give Philadelphia a 19-17 win against the New York Giants

111. November 19, 1978 – Cale Yarborough achieves the 28th NASCAR Sprint Cup
112. November 19, 1979 – a high best bond for $4.5 million for 4 years between Astros and Nolan Ryan
113. November 19, 1979 – Chuck Berry sentenced to a jail term for income tax dodging was released from jail
114. November 19, 1980 – Calvin Klein jeans advertisements including Brooke Shields prohibited on CBS TV
115. November 19, 1981 – agreement to pay $6.3 billion by US Steel for Marathon Oil
116. November 19, 1983 – Edmonton Oilers defeat NJ Devils, 14-4; Wayne Gretzky remarks that the Devils were a Mickey Mouse establishment
117. November 19, 1983 – Finland player, Jari Kurri achieves five goals in a play and he was the only player to get this distinction
118. November 19, 1984 – detonation of a liquid gas tank in Mexico City kills 334 persons
119. November 19, 1984 – NL Rookie of the Year was awarded to the youngest Dwight Gooden, 20 of the NY Mets
120. November 19, 1985 – debut performance of “I’m Not Rappaport” by Herb Garden in NYC
121. November 19, 1985 – a first meeting of US President Ronal Regan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev
122. November 19, 1985 – In the biggest civil suit in the history of the US, Pennzoil collects $10.53 billion against Texaco
123. November 19, 1986 – NL MVP awarded to Mike Schmidt, 3rd baseman of the Phillies
124. November 19, 1986 – debut performance of “Coastal Disturbances” by Tina Howe in NYC
125. November 19, 1987 – Atomic test by France
126. November 19, 1989 – US qualifies for 1990 World Football Cup finals by defeating Trinidad, 1-0 and it was the first time the US qualified since 1950
127. November 19, 1989 – Rusty Wallace achieves the 39th NASCAR Sprint Cup
128. November 19, 1989 – German tennis celebrity No.1 Steffi Graf defeats Martina Navratilova, 6-4,7-5,2-6, 6-2 to regain the WTA Tour Championship in NYC
129. November 19, 1990 – Restructuring of Greyhound to form a private ltd co
130. November 19, 1990 – NL MVP awarded to outfield Barry Bonds of the Pittsburgh Pirates
131. November 19, 1990 –The Grammy Award awarded to Pop duo Milli and Vanilli was withdrawn after finding that they did not sing the awarding winning musical “Girl You Know It’s True”
132. November 19, 1991 – AL MVP awarded to Cal Ripken of Balt Orioles for the second time
133. November 19, 1992 – premiere of “3 From Brooklyn” at Helen Hayes Theatre to give 45 presentations

134. November 19, 1993 – rebellion by Algerian Muslim radicals kills 27
135. November 19, 1993 – Curacaose decides to stay in the Dutch Group of Islands
136. November 19, 1994 – 44th Miss World pageant awarded to Aishwarya Rai, 21 of India
137. November 19, 1994 – Tish Johnson awarded Sam’s Town Bowling Invitational for the third time
138. November 19, 1995 – debut performance of “Beatle Anthology” on ABC television
139. November 19, 1995 – last show of “Sacrilege” at Belasco Theatre NYC after 21 presentations
140. November 19, 1995 – premiere of “School for Scandal” at Belasco Theatre NYC to give 23 presentations
141. November 19, 1995 – American-based team Baltimore Stallions vanquish Calgary Stampeders, 37-20 to win the CFL Grey Cup, Taylor Field. Regina was the only American-based team to ever achieve the Grey Cup
142. November 19, 1995 – CNET announce the operation of www.shareware.com
143. November 19, 1995 – Miss NY USA was crowned by Keelin Curnuck,23, and Ms. Venus Swimwear 1994
144. November 19, 1995 – 16 lost their life in a reckless bombing at the Egyptian consulate office in Islamabad
145. November 19, 1995 – Tennis celebrity #1 Steffi Graf defeats #2 Anke Huber, 6-1,2-6,6-1,4-6,6-3 to achieve the WTA Tour Championship at Madison Square Garden, NYC
146. November 19, 1995- Boris Becker, liked by his fans at home, achieves his 3rd and final ATP World Championship tennis title, 7-6,6-0,7-6 by defeating American Michael Chang in Frankfurt, Germany
147. November 19, 1996 – premiere of “God Said, Ha!” debuts at Lyceum Theatre NYC to give 22 presentations
148. November 19, 1996 – last show of “Sex and Longing” at Cort Theatre NYC
149. November 19, 1996 – an agreement between Albert Belle for a contract period of 5 years on $55 billion with the White Sox
150. November 19, 1996 – Spacecraft STS 80 (Columbia 2) sent into space
151. November 19, 1996 – Court proceedings on those involved in the Pot Arthur mass killing commenced
152. November 19, 1996 – Lieutenant General Maurice Baril of Canada visits Africa to head the delegation of a multi-national monitoring group in Zaire
153. November 19, 1996 – completion of work on the longest bridge over ice-covered waters in the world – 12.9 km Confederation Bridge – connecting Borden-Carleton, Prince Edward Island, and Cape Jourimain, New Brunswick.
154. November 19, 1997 – premiere of “Old Neighborhood” at Booth Theatre NYC
155. November 19, 1997 – Spacecraft STS 97 (Columbia) hurled into space
156. November 19, 1997 – septuplets born to Bobbi McCaughey in Des Moines, Iowa the first septuplets to survive early stages
157. November 19, 1998 – the painting “Portrait of the Artist Without Beard” by Vincent van Gogh was auctioned for $71.5 million
158. November 19, 1998 – Trial proceedings for impeachment of US President Bill Clinton commenced by the judicial parliamentary committee in the Lewinsky scandal
159. November 19, 1999 – The first spacecraft – Shenzhou 1 – was sent into space by The People’s Republic of China
160. November 19, 1999 – The two-day high-level meeting of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in Istanbul completes its two meetings with a resolution for a government-level resolution in Chechnya and also approving an Agreement for European Security

21st Century – November 19 This Day In History – The 2000s

161. November 19, 2000 – Tennis celebrity Martina Hingis defeats Monica Seles, 6-7, 6-4, 6-4 to achieve the WTA Tour Championship at Madison Square Garden, NYC
162. November 19, 2006 – BC Lions defeat Montreal Alouettes, 25-14 to win the CFL Grey Cup at Canad Inns Stadium, Winnipeg
163. November 19, 2006 – Tennis star, Roger Federer wins the Tennis Masters Cup championship for the 3rd time with an easy victory against American James Blake in the championships in Shanghai, China
164. November 19, 2010 – the 7th cinema, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows-Part 1” based on the theme of the books by J.K.Rowling announced throughout the world
165. November 19, 2010 – 29 people lost their lives due to detonations in mining in New Zealand, one of the most awful tragedies since 2014 when the detonation in the first four resulted at the Pike River Mine.
166. November 19, 2013 – A reckless bombing attack on the Iranian Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon resulted in the loss of life of 23 people
167. November 19, 2017 – Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe was removed from his position as leader of the ruling ZANU-PF party but still declines to step down from the presidentship
168. November 19, 2017 – Martin Truex Jr., defeats Kyle Busch by five points to achieve the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup sequence. He also achieves Ford EcoBoost 400 Furniture Row Racing at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Florida
169. November 19, 2017 – Gregor Dimitrov, Bulgarian tennis celebrity struggles through the first season of the ATP World Tour Finals championship with a 7-5,4-6, 6-3 victory in London over David Goffin of Belgium
170. November 19, 2018 – Rams defeat Kansas City Chiefs, 54-51 at Los Angeles Memorial Arena: Two teams achieve 50 points in the same play; Patrick Mahomes’ 6 TD for KC utmost in the history of “Monday Night Football”
171. November 19, 2018 – Due to financial mismanagement by Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn detained in Japan
172. November 19, 2018 – The Washington Post publishes a news item that Ivanka Trump sent many emails on the internet from her self-account about matters relating to administrative matters

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