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Famous Events For November 22

Famous Events For November 22 – Today In History

What Happened on November 22 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 22 Historic Events – Before 1700

  1. November 22, 0498 – St. Symmachus appointed as Pope in place of Anastasius II
  2. November 22, 0845 – during the war of Ballon, the first King of Brittany, Nomimoe vanquishes Frankish Charles the Bald
  3. November 22, 1120- Pope Honorius III crowns Frederik II as King of the Holy Roman Empire
  4. November 22, 1346 – Clashes in the streets in Utrecht
  5. November 22, 1492 – one of the three ships used by Christopher Columbus during his voyage, Pinta under the captaincy of Martin Alonso Pinzon separates
  6. November 22, 1497 – Vasco da Gama, a Portuguese voyager, to reach India reaches Cape of Good Hope on his debut sail to Europe

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  7. November 22, 1542 – The New Laws for Indies for good treatment and preservation of Indians were issued by King Charles V
  8. November 22, 1573 – discovery of the Brazilian city of Niteroi
  9. November 22, 1574 – the discovery of the Juan Fernandez Islands near Chile
  10. November 22, 1675 – Parliament postponed by an order of the English crown Charles II
  11. November 22, 1683 – first performance of “Welcome to All the Pleasures” by Purcell in London
  12. November 22, 1699 – an agreement between Denmark, Russia, Saksen, and Poland to divide Sweden under the Treaty of Preobrasjensku

    18th Century – What Happened on November 22 – The 1700s

  13. November 22, 1707 – appointment of Prince Johan Willem Friso as the chief of Friesland
  14. November 22, 1714 -King Karel XII is released from the prisons of Turkey and arrives in Sweden
  15. November 22, 1794 – ban on circumcision and sporting beards by Strasbourg Alsace-Lorraine

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    19th Century – November 22 This Day That Year – The 1800s

  16. November 22, 1809 – Inventor Peregrine Williamson of Baltimore invents a steel pen, and copyright was given to him for this invention
  17. November 22, 1830 – selection of Charles Grey, 2nd Early grey, as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
  18. November 22, 1831 – Play “Robert Le Diable” formed in Paris
  19. November 22, 1842 – Volcano on Mount St Helens in Washington blows up
  20. November 22, 1851 – Play “La Perle Du Bresil” created in Paris
  21. November 22, 1861 – War of Fort McRee, Florida between the Confederate States of American troops and the Union Fleet under Harvey Brown
  22. November 22, 1864 – There were 650 killings before the American Civil War Battle at Griswoldville, Georgia culminated
  23. November 22, 1864 – Looters to be shot to death was an order issued by Union General O Howard
  24. November 22, 1872 – first performance of “Die Judin von Toledo” by Franz Gillparzer in Prague
  25. November 22, 1884 – Starting of the circulation of NY Freeman (NY Age) by T Thomas Fortune
  26. November 22, 1886 – commercial operation of cable Tram – Victoria Street Cable Tram – in Melbourne, Australia
  27. November 22, 1898 – play “Iris” debuts in Rome
  28. November 22, 1899 – War between British and Boer army, at Willow Grange, Natal

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    20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 22 – The 1900s

  29. November 22, 1900 – Hearty welcome accorded to Paul Kruger, displaced President of the Boer Republic of South Africa on his arrival at Marseilles, France
  30. November 22, 1903 – Franklin Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt agree to marry
  31. November 22, 1905 – The combined armies of Britain, Italy, Russia, French and Austro-Hungarian assault Lesbos
  32. November 22, 1906 – agricultural reorganizations were introduced which enabled the farmers to draw from the cooperatives and own their share of land, by Peter Stolypin, Prime Minister of Russia
  33. November 22, 1908 – In a debut US-Japanese baseball match, Reach All-Americans vanquish Waseda U, 5-0
  34. November 22, 1910 -copyright given to Arthur Knight for inventing shaft golf clubs
  35. November 22, 1914 – German bombardment causes inferno in Ypres and Belgium
  36. November 22, 1914 – Basra in Mesopotamia surrendered to the Indian army
  37. November 22, 1918 – stepping down of Grand Duke Frederik II, the last Grand Duke of Baden
  38. November 22, 1918 – The victorious King Albert I march through Brussels
  39. November 22, 1918 – Marshal Jozef Pilsudski becomes the dictator of Poland

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  40. November 22, 1918 – The Jews in Lemberg were assaulted by the Polish army
  41. November 22, 1919 – burial of 15,000 men at Domela Newhouse, Amsterdam
  42. November 22, 1919 – Working for 48-hour per week or 8-hour per day rule was advocated by the Labor Conference Committee
  43. November 22, 1922 – Ramsay MacDonald was chosen leader of the British Labor Party
  44. November 22, 1922 – christening of Library Ave in the Bronx
  45. November 22, 1922 – Wilhelm Cuno sworn in as Chancellor of Germany
  46. November 22, 1923 – WWI Germany detective Lothar Witzkw, sentenced to capital punishment was exonerated by Calvin Coolidge, US President
  47. November 22, 1924 – Egyptians in Sudan ordered to leave by the British Government
  48. November 22, 1926 – sovereignty within the British Commonwealth granted by the Imperial Conference
  49. November 22, 1927 – copyright given to Carl Eliason for his invention of the motor sled designed to travel on snow
  50. November 22, 1927 -the first show of “Funny Face” by George Gershwin in NYC
  51. November 22, 1927 – the inauguration of the Neil Simon Theater at 250 W, 52nd St, NYC
  52. November 22, 1927 – no confidence in the government under Henri Jaspar in Belgium
  53. November 22, 1928 – a specialized orchestra by Maurice Ravel premieres in public in Paris
  54. November 22, 1930 – a form of horse gambling introduced in Ireland

  55. November 22, 1930 – The first US football game aired in England
  56. November 22, 1930 – an Islamic state in Detroit was founded by the religious chief Elijah Muhammad
  57. November 22, 1931 – first performance of “Grand Canyon Suite” by Ferde Grofe
  58. November 22, 1934 – debut show of “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” by Eddie Cantor’s performance
  59. November 22, 1935 – the first trans-Atlantic trip carrying 100,000 pieces of mail through a plane capable of landing on water, a flying boat, “China Clipper” leaves Alameda, California
  60. November 22, 1936 – Denny Shute wins the 19th PGA Championship title at Pinehurst CC Pinehurst, North Carolina
  61. November 22, 1939 – Harry “Big Greenie” was murdered outside his living place by Bugsy, Whitey Krakower, Frankie Carbo, and Albert Tannenbaum when he frightens them, he would become a police informer
  62. November 22, 1940 – protests against Nazis by 500 students in Delft
  63. November 22, 1941 – British ship ‘Devonshire’ submerges the German ship, Atlantis
  64. November 22, 1941 – Ft Capuzzo in Libya surrenders to NZ army

  65. November 22, 1942 – 26th Pantser Corps under General-major Rodins regain Ostrov
  66. November 22, 1942 – Africa Korps under command of Rommel gets orders from Adolf Hitler to fight till the last man dies
  67. November 22, 1943 – tripartite discussion meeting between FDR, Churchill, and Chiang Kai-shek to find the means to vanquish Japan
  68. November 22, 1943 – The jailed Lebanese were set free when France formally accepted the freedom of Lebanon
  69. November 22, 1943 – Berlin bombarded by RAF
  70. November 22, 1943 – US army occupies Abemada, Gilbert Island
  71. November 22, 1944 – Light Infantry under the command of Duke of Cornwall captures Hoven at Geilenkirchen
  72. November 22, 1945 – premiere of “Day before Spring” at National Theatre NYC to give 167 shows
  73. November 22, 1945 – Jim Benton of Cleveland broke the earlier NFL record and achieved 303 yards
  74. November 22, 1950 – a crowd of 7021 witnessed the lowest NBA score, Ft Wayne Pistons 19, Minneapolis Lakers 18
  75. November 22, 1950 – In an accident involving a train in Richmond Hills, NY 79 lost their lives
  76. November 22, 1952 – Harry Byrd of AS’ was awarded the AL Rookie of the Year
  77. November 22, 1954 – the founding of ‘The Humane Society in Washington, DC
  78. November 22, 1955 – atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
  79. November 22, 1955 – RCA Records invests in Elvis Presley, singer, from Sun Records at the best investment of $35,000 for an agreement

  80. November 22, 1956 – Inauguration of the 16th Summer Olympic Plays in Melbourne, Australia – First time play in the part of the earth south of Equator and the islands of Oceania. Also, the first play to be held outside Europe
  81. November 22, 1956 – Bill Sharman of Boston achieves NBA free throw successively for 55 games
  82. November 22, 1957 – AL MVP title awarded to Mickey Mantle for the 2nd time
  83. November 22, 1957 – first performance of Miles Davis, a jazz musical by American Singer Miles Davis, at Carnegie Hall in NY
  84. November 22, 1957 – Simon and Garfunkel take part as “Tom and Jerry” in “American Bandstand”
  85. November 22, 1959 – George Izo, QB of Notre Dame was the first selection of the NY Titans
  86. November 22, 1959 – AFL enlists Boston Patriots
  87. November 22, 1960 – building atomic armaments on its own was decided by the French National Conference
  88. November 22, 1961 – Frank Robins achieves MVP from both major leagues for the first time
  89. November 22, 1961 – Bob Pettit representing St Louis Hawk achieves 19 hits out of 19, the best score of the NBA
  90. November 22, 1961 – A very costly advertising crusade by movie producers Albert Broccoli and Harry Saltzman to make Sean Connery (James Bond) a film celebrity

  91. November 22, 1962 – the inauguration of the 7th British Empire Games and Common Wealth Games in Perth, Australia
  92. November 22, 1963 – announcement of the 2nd collection of music “With the Beatles” by Beatles in the UK
  93. November 22, 1963 – Lyndon B. Johnson becomes the 36th US President after the killing of President John F. Kennedy
  94. November 22, 1963 – Lee Harvey Oswald assassinates John F. Kennedy, President of the US, in Dallas, Texas
  95. November 22, 1964 – TV transmission channel 33 starts airing from Harrisburg-Hershey, PA on PBS
  96. November 22, 1965 – premiere of “Man of La Mancha” at ANTA Wash Sq Theatre, NYC to present 2329 shows
  97. November 22, 1965 – Muhammad Ali KO in the 12th round Floyd Patterson at Las Vegas Convention Centre to achieve his world heavyweight boxing championship
  98. November 22, 1966 – Steve Spurrier, Florida awarded the 32nd Heisman Trophy Award
  99. November 22, 1967 – The musical “I Am the Walrus” by the Beatles is not broadcast on BBC in a manner not officially authorized
  100. November 22, 1967 – the value of silver per ounce touches a high at $2.17 in New York
  101. November 22, 1967 – The UN Security Council asks Israel to surrender the conquered area by their declaration no.242
  102. November 22, 1967 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk, USSR
  103. November 22, 1968 – Mixed-race kissing on Star Trek between Captain Kirk and Uhura – a first of its kind
  104. November 22, 1968 – The Beatles also known as White Album announce their collection of music “Beatles”, their only double album
  105. November 22, 1968 – Atomic test by US at Nevada Test place
  106. November 22, 1968 – Prime Minister Terence O’Neill, of Northern Ireland, announces a series of measures for the welfare of the Catholic subgroup when they demonstrated
  107. November 22, 1969 – separation of a single DNA segment by research group published by Harvard University
  108. November 22, 1969 – Bobby Isaac achieves the 20th NASCAR Sprint Cup
  109. November 22, 1971 – premiere of “Only Fools Are Sad” at Edison Theatre NYC to give 144 shows

  110. November 22, 1971 – an untimely detonation of a bomb in Lurgan, County Armagh kills a member of the Irish Republican Army (IRA)
  111. November 22, 1972 – Eyskens steps down as head of the Belgium administration
  112. November 22, 1972 – Flyers defeat New York Islanders to commence a series of 15-game victory
  113. November 22, 1972 – Pitts Penguins achieve an NHL very best by scoring 5 goals in 2,07
  114. November 22, 1972 – Ban on travel to China imposed 22 years ago lifted by the US
  115. November 22, 1973 – Italian Fascist Association Ordine Nuovo stops functioning
  116. November 22, 1974 – the inauguration of Lake Buena Vista Club
  117. November 22, 1974 – Gordon Greenidge and Viv Richards play their first Test cricket match at Bangalore
  118. November 22, 1974 – The right to freedom of Palestine was accepted by the UN General Assembly
  119. November 22, 1975 – Rule by a king reintroduced after 31 years by an announcement of Juan Carlos I crowned as King of Spain
  120. November 22, 1975 – In an armed conflict, the Provisional Irish Republic Army kills 3 British soldiers and one taken prisoner at the battle of Drummuckavall when they assault a lookout tower in South Armagh, North Ireland
  121. November 22, 1976 – The Constitution of Algeria comes into effect
  122. November 22, 1976 – An amusing strip entitled “Cathy” by Cathy Guisewite premieres
  123. November 22, 1977 – commercial Concorde flights between NY and Europe commenced
  124. November 22, 1980 – 1.3 million gallons of oil leaked from a Georgia oil tanker at Pilottown, Lousiana by a defective anchor chain
  125. November 22, 1981 – last show of “Marlowe” at Rialto Theatre NYC after 48 shows
  126. November 22, 1981 – Quarter Back Brian Spie of Browns was intercepted 6 times, a Club high score
  127. November 22, 1981 – San Diego Charger Dan Fouts scores 6 touchdowns Vs Oakland (55-21)
  128. November 22, 1981 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
  129. November 22, 1981 – Darrell Waltrip achieves the 31st NASCAR Sprint Cup title
  130. November 22, 1982 – the spacecraft Columbia comes to Kennedy Space Center through Kelly AFT, Texas
  131. November 22, 1984 – Fred Rogers who created a special “Mr Rogers Neighborhood” gifts a sweater to Smithsonian Institute
  132. November 22, 1985 – spacecraft Columbia travels to Vandenberg AFB for a match with STS 61-C
  133. November 22, 1985 – about 38,648 refugees take an oath to become US citizens – the largest event
  134. November 22, 1985 – victory for PNP/MAN in the Antilian voting to parliament
  135. November 22, 1986 – Mike Tyson at the age of 20 defeats Trevor Berbick to become the youngest boxing titleholder to achieve the WBC championship at the Las Vegas Hilton
  136. November 22, 1986 – Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton keep a tally of 500 goals and become the 13th National Hockey Leaguers
  137. November 22, 1987 – Patriots do not allow Indianapolis to score any goals (shut out), 24-0
  138. November 22, 1987 – Jack Sikma of Milwaukee scores free throw in 51 games of the NBA
  139. November 22, 1987 – Unknown brigands dressed as the artificial intelligence character Max Headroom seize, two Chicago television stations
  140. November 22, 1987 – Dale Earnhardt was awarded the 37th NASCAR Sprint Cup title
  141. November 22, 1989 – 39th Miss World pageant awarded to Aneta Kreglicka of Poland
  142. November 22, 1989 – a rare occurrence of Venus, Maras, Uranus, Neptune, Saturn, and the Moon when they have the same ascension (known in astronomy as conjunction)
  143. November 22, 1989 – an agreement between Kirby Pucket and Minnesota Twins for the highest amount of $3,000,000
  144. November 22, 1989 – spacecraft STS 33 (Discovery 9) astronauts on board sent into orbit
  145. November 22, 1989 – the crew and air hostesses of Eastern Airlines resume work after a strike but many of them were not reappointed
  146. November 22, 1990 – George H.W. Bush arrives in Saudi Arabia to inspect the US troops
  147. November 22, 1990 – Margaret Thatcher steps down as British Prime Minister
  148. November 22, 1990 – appointment of Professor Amos Sawyer as intervening President of Liberia
  149. November 22, 1991 – Patrick Ewing enters into a contract for a 2-year continuation with the NY Knicks for the highest amount of $18.8 million
  150. November 22, 1991 – The premiere of “Phool Aur Kaante” featuring a film celebrity, Ajay Devgan announced
  151. November 22, 1992 – a 50 m backstroke swimming competition was achieved by Sandra Volker in the shortest time of 28.57 sec
  152. November 22, 1992 – a news item from the Washington Post indicates that Senator Bob Packwood misbehaved with 10 women
  153. November 22, 1992 – tennis celebrity from Yugoslavia, Monica Seles defeats Martina Navratilova for a successive win for a second time to get the WTA Tour Championship title, 7-5, 6-3, 6-1 in NYC
  154. November 22, 1993 – premiere of “Laughter on the 23rd Floor” at Richard Rodgers to give 320 shows
  155. November 22, 1995 – A court in England found Rosemary West responsible for killing 10 women

  156. November 22, 1995 – the first full-length film, “Toy Story” using images from a computer, guided by John Lasseter and featuring Tom Hanks and Tim Allen announced
  157. November 22, 1995 – OPEC announces that it will carry over its present oil production allocation of 25.43 million barrels per day
  158. November 22, 1996 – In a court proceeding against O.J.Simpson in a murder case, he asserts that he has been falsely implicated
  159. November 22, 1998 – Calgary Stampeders were victorious against Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 26-24: Jeff Garcia, a professional quarterback named MVP
  160. November 22, 1998 – Jeff Gordon was awarded the 48th NASCAR Sprint Cup title
  161. November 22, 1998 – Swiss tennis celebrity Martina Hingis defeats American Lindsay Davenport, 7-5,6-4,4-6,6-2 to win the WTA Tour Championship final at Madison Square Garden, NYC
  162. November 22, 1999 – Elian Gonzalez, an engineer and a young boy in 2000 who was involved in an immigration problem between Cuba and the United States was seen off in Florida by the US Coast Guard
  163. November 22, 1999 – a musical, “How Do You Like Me Now?!” by Toby Keith announced (Billboard Song of the Year 2000)

    21st Century – November 22 This Day In History – The 2000s

  164. November 22, 2002 – violence to attack the participants of the Miss World contest in Nigeria, killing 100 people
  165. November 22, 2003 – The antagonists of President Eduard Shevardnadze take control of the parliament building in Tbilisi, Georgia, and request him to step down
  166. November 22, 2003 – England defeats Australia, 20-17 to win the 5th Rugby World Cup at Sydney
  167. November 22, 2004 – a series of protests and political events, known as the Orange Revolution, in Ukraine in connection with the election of the voting for president
  168. November 22, 2005 – The first female Chancellor of Germany – Angela Merkel
  169. November 22, 2005 – Gwen Stefani, Will Smith, and Kelly Clarkson achieve the 32nd American Music Awards
  170. November 22, 2008 – the largest live airing by YouTube, YouTube Live
  171. November 22, 2008 – Montreal Canadiens retire Patrick Roy’s #33 jersey
  172. November 22, 2008 – New Zealand defeats Australia, 34-20 at the 13th Rugby League World Cup
  173. November 22, 2009 – Taylor Swift & Michael Jackson achieve the 36th American Music Awards
  174. November 22, 2009 – President Hugo Chavez announces that Venezuela is in the grip of a financial slump as the market slumped to 4.5% in the third quarter
  175. November 22, 2012 – 37 lost their lives, and 92 were wounded in Pakistan during 6 attacks
  176. November 22, 2012 – heavy fog in Texas causes the death of 2 people and over 120 injuries during a 100-vehicle crash
  177. November 22, 2013 – the 2013 World Chess Championship was achieved by Magnus Carlsen, Norwegian, by defeating Viswanathan Anand
  178. November 22, 2014 – Lionel Messi of FC Barcelona scores 253 goals, the highest, in the men’s professional football division known as La Liga
  179. November 22, 2015 – Mauricio Macri (PRO) won the voting in Argentina by a thin margin over his challenger from the left-wing
  180. November 22, 2015 – Kyle Busch representing Joe Gibbs Racing, achieves the Food EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Florida and it was his debut NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win
  181. November 22, 2015 – tennis celebrity of Serbia, Novak Djokovic defeats Roger Federer, 6-3, 6-4 in the final ATP World Tour Finals in London, England
  182. November 22, 2016 – Grace Hopper, Navy Admiral and a computer researcher was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously by President of USA, Barack Obama,
  183. November 22, 2016 – The expansion team of the NHL named as “Vegas Golden Knights”
  184. November 22, 2017 – Ratko Mladic, Serbian General, nicknamed as ‘Butcher of Bosnia” was found guilty of mass murder and other war crimes during the Bosnian war and sentenced to life term in The Hague
  185. November 22, 2017 – Ubers paid $10000/- hackers to keep silent when 57 million personal data was stolen worldwide
  186. November 22, 2017 – the first baby to be born in the UK with her heart outside the body, Vanellope Wilkins, withstood the medical procedure to place her heart inside her body
  187. November 22, 2018 – The tilt of the Leaning Tower of Pisa has been reduced by 4 cm in a 20-year venture to make it stable

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