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Famous Events For November 24

Famous Events For November 24 – Today In History

What Happened on November 24 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 24 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 24, 0380 – Theodosius I arrives in Constantinople, the capital of Rome
2. November 24, 0496 – Anastasius II appointed as Catholic Pope in place of Gelasius
3. November 24, 0642 – Theodore I starts his sovereignty as Catholic Pope
4. November 24, 1105 – Lexicographer Rabbi Nathan ben Yeheil of Rome completes writing a dictionary in Talmudic
5. November 24, 1434 – The River Thames in London frosts
6. November 24, 1542 – The English defeated Scottish King James V at the war of Solway Moss
7. November 24, 1587 – Henri de Guise was victorious at the Battle of Auneau
8. November 24, 1601 – The capture of De Bosch was stopped by Early Mauritius
9. November 24, 1628 – the first show of “Lover’s Melancholy” in London

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10. November 24, 1639 – The watching of the travel of Venus for the first time by Jeremiah Horrocks and William Crabtree helped to find out the size of the Solar System
11. November 24, 1642 – Finding of Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmania) by the Dutch voyager Abel Tasman
12. November 24, 1642 – Dutch navigator found Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmania)
13. November 24, 1643 – Gen Mercy commanded the Beiers army to defeat France
14. November 24, 1655 – Oliver Cromwell, the military chief, and political leader prohibits the followers of the Church of England
15. November 24, 1688 – meeting between policy maker John Churchill and William II

18th Century – What Happened on November 24 – The 1700s

16. November 24, 1703 – Justus Falckner was the 1st Lutheran preacher of America Philadelphia
17. November 24, 1715 – Thames River in London frosts
18. November 24, 1744 – stepping down of John Carteret as British Secretary of State for the Northern department
19. November 24, 1759 – devastating volcano flare-up

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19th Century – November 24 This Day That Year – The 1800s

20. November 24, 1800 – first performance of “Das Waldmadchen” by Weber in Freiburg
21. November 24, 1800 – a meeting of environmentalists Alexander von Humboldt and Aime Bonpland with John Fraser in Cuba
22. November 24, 1832 – South Carolina declared that the tariff of 1828 and 1832 null and void within the state
23. November 24, 1835 – Texas Provisional government authorized the creation of a mounted paramilitary police force
24. November 24, 1859 – publication of the article entitled “On the Origin of Species” by Charles Darwin, an environmentalist, which laid the basis for the theory of evolution in biology
25. November 24, 1861 – inauguration of Luik-Vise-Maastricht railway facility
26. November 24, 1862 – publication of “Salammbo”, a novel by Gustave Flaubert by M Levy
27. November 24, 1863 – Union forces capture the Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga, Tennessee
28. November 24, 1869 -formation of an association for the right of women to vote, American Woman’s Suffrage Association in Cleveland
29. November 24, 1874 – copy right awarded to American inventor Joseph Glidden for barbed wire
30. November 24, 1887 – first performance of “La Tosca” by Victorien Sardou in Paris
31. November 24, 1896 – Vermont approved an Act regarding absentee voting in the US
32. November 24, 1897 – founding of Canadian Intercollegiate Rugby Football Union in Kingston
33. November 24, 1898 – An International Conference in Rome to consider Social Defense against Radicals inaugurated

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 24 – The 1900s

34. November 24, 1903 – copy right awarded to Clyde Coleman from America for inventing an electric starter
35. November 24, 1903 – first performance of “County Chairman” by George Ade in NYC
36. November 24, 1905 – inauguration of Moshav Hertzlia in Israel
37. November 24, 1905 – Alfred Stieglitz, photographer inaugurates the ‘Little Galleries’ – a movement to promote photography as fine art in Manhattan, New York
38. November 24, 1912 – Struggle in the island of Balkans increased to the international level, and major powers helping either Austria or Serbia
39. November 24, 1914 – Benito Mussolini quits the socialist party of Italy
40. November 24, 1914 – inauguration of Dutch Overseas Trustmaatschappij (NOT)
41. November 24, 1915 – Serbian leader exiles to Albania
42. November 24, 1916 – an agreement between the representatives of Mexico and the US on a procedure at Atlantic City: (1) Pershing’s army to withdraw, and the nation’s army will watch the territory. President Carranza of Mexico did not approve the resolutions
43. November 24, 1917 – the detonation of a bomb at the police head office building in Milwaukee, Wisconsin leaves Nine police staff and one civilian dead
44. November 24, 1918 – founding of Hungarian Communist Party by Bela Can
45. November 24, 1922 – autocratic power to Benito Mussolini for one year was approved by the Italian parliament
46. November 24, 1924 – Radio Belgium commences broadcasting programs
47. November 24, 1924 – landing of the 1st Dutch aircraft, Fokkeer’s F-7, in Batavia (Java)

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48. November 24, 1924 – Commander Feng Yu-Hsiang, from North of China captures Peking
49. November 24, 1925 – Catholic Radio Broadcast commences airing the program
50. November 24, 1925 – inauguration of Eugene O’Neill Theatre at 230 W 49th St NYC
51. November 24, 1926 – radio transmission started coming from KVI-AM in Seattle WA
52. November 24, 1926 – Sri Aurobindo transfers the responsibility to his disciple Mirra Alfassa and wishes to lead a life of isolation
53. November 24, 1930 – Ruth Nichols piloted an American plane, Lockheed-Vega, and traveled from Mineola, NY to California and created the air flight best
54. November 24, 1932 – the inauguration of the FBI Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory in Washington, DC (known as FBI Crime Lab)
55. November 24, 1934 – Sarnia Imperials defeat Regina Roughriders, 20-12, and achieve their first CFL Grey Cup championship title
56. November 24, 1935 – 2nd meeting of The Senegalese Socialist Party
57. November 24, 1936 – the first show of “Tonight at 8.30” by Noel Coward in NYC
58. November 24, 1936 – Nobel Peace Prize awarded to German peacekeeper Carl von Ossietzky for exposing the German re-armament

59. November 24, 1938 – first performance of “Rocket to the Moon” by Clifford Odets in NYC
60. November 24, 1938 – playing basketball using a yellow ball approved by the National Semi-Professional Basketball Congress
61. November 24, 1941 – most of the Jews of Vilna were killed except a few for whom “life Certificates” were given
62. November 24, 1941 – German tanks were attacked by the Indian Army at Sidi Omar
63. November 24, 1941 – To guard the bauxite coalmine, the US army arrived in Suriname
64. November 24, 1942 – Field Marshal Erich von Manstein reaches Starobelsk
65. November 24, 1944 – first air assault on Tokyo by the US air force stationed in Saipan
66. November 24, 1947 – Publication of the novel “Pearl” by John Steinbeck
67. November 24, 1947 – a group of ten from the Hollywood film industry was found to have communist ties by the US House of Representatives Committee on Un-American Activities and disliked
68. November 24, 1948 – TV Transmission channel 3 in Louisville, Kentucky starts airing on NBC
69. November 24, 1948 – premiere of “Bicycle Thieves” an Italian cinema guided by Vittorio De Sica and featuring himself and Cesare Zavattini. (Honorary Academy Award 1950)

70. November 24, 1949 – The steel and iron industry in Britain comes under the public sector
71. November 24, 1949 – Syracuse Nationals defeat Anderson Packers, 125-123
72. November 24, 1950 – premiere of “Guys & Dolls” at 46th St Theater NYC to give 1200 presentations
73. November 24, 1950 – to conclude the Korean War by Christmas, the UN army commenced attacking
74. November 24, 1950 – Chonju Korea surrendered to US army
75. November 24, 1951 – last show of “17” at Broadhurst Theater NYC after 180 presentations
76. November 24, 1951 – last performance of “Music in the Air” at Ziegfeld Theatre, NYC after 56 shows
77. November 24, 1951 – Ottawa Rough Riders defeat Saskatchewan Roughriders, 21-14 to achieve their 4th CFL Grey Cup Championship at Varsity Stadium, Toronto
78. November 24, 1951 – Amalgamation of two auto majors, Austin and Morris in Britain
79. November 24, 1953 – appointment of Walter Alston as manager of Dodgers for the year 1954 for one year
80. November 24, 1954 – The aircraft for the US President named Air Force One
81. November 24, 1954 – 20,000 soldiers from France arrive in Algeria
82. November 24, 1955 – Trial test run on F-27 Friendship manufactured by Fokker undertaken
83. November 24, 1956 – last show of “Pajama Game” at St James Theatre NYC after 1063 shows
84. November 24, 1956 – Edmonton Eskimos achieve their 3rd successive win, by defeating Montreal Alouettes, 50-27 to achieve their CFL Grey Cup, Varsity Stadium, Toronto
85. November 24, 1956 – In the 100 m final at the Melbourne Olympics, Bobby Marrow and Thane Baker take 10.50 sec on a timer handled by a man but according to automatic timings recorded, Morrow was declared winner of the Gold.
86. November 24, 1956 – Glen Davis wins men’s 400m hurdles at the Melbourne Olympics in 50.1s and defeats fellow members of his team, Eddie Southern and Joshua Culbreath

87. November 24, 1957 – Cleveland Browns’ Jim Brown, a full back, achieves a rushing of 237 yards
88. November 24, 1958 – Mali declared an independent state within the France
89. November 24, 1960 – Wilt Chamberlain overcomes 55 rebounds in a play
90. November 24, 1962 – Dutch defense forces vacate New Guinea
91. November 24, 1964 – John Huarte, Notre Dame (QB) won the 30th Heisman Trophy
92. November 24, 1964 – NL MVP was awarded to 3rd baseman Ken Boyer of Card’s
93. November 24, 1964 – Culmination of revolt in Zaire
94. November 24, 1965 – military chief Mobutu Sese Seko Kuku Ngbendu assumes presidentship of Zaire
95. November 24, 1966 – inauguration of the TV transmission studio in Congo, Kinshasa (Zaire)
96. November 24, 1966 – today was the most polluted day in New York City; 400 lost their life to breathing problems and heart-related issues
97. November 24, 1966 – work on recording the musical “Sgt.Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” by Beatles commenced
98. November 24, 1966 – in an air accident involving a Bulgarian aircraft, off Bratislava, Slovakia, 82 on board the plane lost their life
99. November 24, 1966 – the unusual movie, “One Million Years B.C” featuring Raquel Welch announced 1st in West Germany
100. November 24, 1969 – spacecraft Apollo 12 back on earth

101. November 24, 1969 – West German President Heinemann arrives in The Netherlands for a visit
102. November 24, 1969 – military court proceedings against Lt William L Calley initiated for the mass murder of over 100 citizens in My Lai Vietnam in March 1968
103. November 24, 1970 – Jim Plunkett, Stanford (QB) awarded the 36th Heisman Trophy
104. November 24, 1971 – NL Rookie of the Year awarded to Earl Williams, Braves catcher-infielder
105. November 24, 1971 – Dan “DB” Cooper descends from Northwest AL 727 with a ransom of $200,000
106. November 24, 1971 – prisoners’ revolt in Rahway State Prison, New Jersey
107. November 24, 1971 – The members of the Irish Republican Army kill a woman during their assault on British army personnel in Strabane, County Tyrone
108. November 24, 1971 – A British expert in bomb disposal lost his life in a bomb explosion in Lurgan, County Armagh
109. November 24, 1972 – Atomic test below the ground by USSR
110. November 24, 1972 – Ireland’s approval was conveyed to Prime Minister of Britain, Edward Heath in London by Taoiseach Jack Lynch to a paper by Attlee that indicated new arrangements be acceptable to and accepted by the Republic of Ireland
111. November 24, 1974 – CFL Grey Cup was awarded to Montreal Alouettes who vanquished Edmonton Eskimos, 20-7 on a slippery damp pitch, at Empire Stadium, Vancouver
112. November 24, 1974 – The accord between Gerald Ford and Leonid Brezhnev, known as the SALT-2 accord, to decrease the atomic armaments
113. November 24, 1974 – Richard Patty achieves the 24th NASCAR Sprint Cup championship
114. November 24, 1975 – premiere of “Boccaccio” at Edison Theatre NYC to give 7 shows
115. November 24, 1976 – Joe Morgan, of the Reds, achieves his 2nd NL MVP award
116. November 24, 1977 – atomic test by France at Mururoa islands
117. November 24, 1977 – Miami Bob Greise scores 6 touchdowns against St Louis (55-14)
118. November 24, 1979 – Charley Simmer of Kings did not succeed on the 8th penalty Vs Islanders
119. November 24, 1979 – confirmation by the US that the army in Vietnam was unprotected against toxic Agent Orange

120. November 24, 1979 – last show of “Salem’s Lot” a small event series created based on the theme of the story of the same name by Stephen King in the United States
121. November 24, 1980 – a collection of music, “9 to 5 and Odd Jobs” by Dolly Party announced
122. November 24, 1981 – first launching of a cruise from a military aircraft
123. November 24, 1982 – AL Rookie of the Year awarded to Cal Ripken of the Orioles
124. November 24, 1983 – PLO releases 6 Israeli prisoners in exchange for 4500 Palestinians and Lebanese
125. November 24, 1983 – Richie Richardson plays his first Test Cricket Test for West Indies against India in Bombay
126. November 24, 1983 – Colin Smythe in the UK publishes under the series Discworld, the novel “The Colour of Magic” by Terry Pratchett
127. November 24, 1985 – BC Lions vanquish Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 37-24; the final game played with a 25-yard width at both ends to achieve the CFL Grey Cup championship at Olympic Stadium, Montreal
128. November 24, 1985 – 60 lost their life when the Egyptian light infantry for special operations attacked the seized Boeing in Malta
129. November 24, 1985 – first performance of a small event series, “Mussolini: The Untold Story” featuring George C Scott in the US on NBC
130. November 24, 1986 – premiere of “Smile” at Lunt-Fontanne Theater, NYC to give 48 shows
131. November 24, 1986 – NL Rookie of the Year was awarded to Todd Worrell of the Cards
132. November 24, 1986 – Wrestler John Tatum faces criminal trial for custody of narcotics
133. November 24, 1987 – appointment of Li Peng as Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of China in place of Zhao Ziyang
134. November 24, 1987 – premiere release of the collection of music “Make It Last Forever” by Keith Sweat (Billboard Song of the Year 1988)
135. November 24, 1989 – the Communist Party in Czechoslovakia step down
136. November 24, 1989 – appointment of Elias Hrawi as president of Lebanon
137. November 24, 1989 – at the age of 16 years, Sachin Tendulkar scores his first 50 in a Test Cricket, the very best
138. November 24, 1991 – first intercontinental flight from MacArthur Airport, Long Island to Mexico
139. November 24, 1991 – Toronto Argonauts conquer Calgary Stampeders, 36-21; Argos under fresh ownership of LA King’s landlord Bruce McNall, hockey player Wayne Gretzky and artiste John Candy

140. November 24, 1991 – Washington Redskins were defeated by Dallas, 24-21
141. November 24, 1991 – tennis celebrity, Monica Seles wins the very best prize money of $2,457,758 in a year
142. November 24, 1991 – Rachmon Nabijev voted to power as president of Tajikistan
143. November 24, 1991 –manned spacecraft STS 44, Atlantis 10 sent to orbit
144. November 24, 1991 – Monica Seles, a tennis celebrity defeats Martina Navratilova, 6-4,3-6,7-5,6-0 to get her 2nd straight WTA Tour Championship at Madison Square Garden, NYC
145. November 24, 1992 – 141 lost their life in an air accident involving Boeing 734 which smashed into a mountain in China
146. November 24, 1993 – By an Act by the USA, The Brady Handgun Act, mandated that a minimum waiting period for US handgun sales
147. November 24, 1993 – The White Brotherhood, a Ukrainian group of people, had predicted that the world would end
148. November 24, 1993 – Robert Thompson, 11, and Jon Venables are found guilty of killing James Bulger, a 2-year-old English boy
149. November 24, 1995 – a law on divorce prevalent for the past 58 years in Ireland was amended by 50.28% to 49.72%
150. November 24, 1996 – premiere of “Juan Darien – A Carnival Mass” at Vivian Beaumont Theatre NYC
151. November 24, 1996 – MVP Doug Flutie and his team, Argonauts defeat Edmonton Eskimos, 43-47 to win the CFL Grey Cup, Ivor Wynne Stadium, Hamilton
152. November 24, 1996 – ITT LPGA Tour Championship awarded to Karrie Webb
153. November 24, 1996 – Mashonaland vanquish Matabeleland to achieve the Logan Cricket Cup
154. November 24, 1996 – In a cricket match between Pakistan and NZ, Mohammad Wasim of Pakistan scores 109 on his debut play
155. November 24, 1996 – LPGA Tour championship was achieved by Rookie Karrie Webb
156. November 24, 1996 – Steffi Graf, German tennis celebrity defeats Martina Hingis, 6-3,4-6,6-0,4-6,6-0 at Madison Square Garden, NYC to preserve her WTA Tour Championship.
157. November 24, 1996 – American Pete Sampras achieves his 3rd ATP Tour World Championship by defeating, in his characteristic way, the current championship holder Boris Becker, 3-6,7-6,7-6,6-7,6-4 in Hanover, Germany
158. November 24, 1997 – Premiere of “Street Corner Symphony” at Brooks Atkinson, NYC to give 79 presentations

21st Century – November 24 This Day In History – The 2000s

159. November 24, 2002 – Montreal Alouettes defeat Edmonton Eskimos, 25-16 to win the CFL Grey Cup, Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton: It was the 5th Grey Cup for Don Matthews as chief tutor
160. November 24, 2005 – Stephen Harper, Leader of the Opposition, introduces a motion of no confidence in the Canadian Parliament. The 38th Canadian Parliament was disbanded when the motion was approved on November 28
161. November 24, 2006 – Benny Sela, an Israeli rapist, escaped from the police safekeeping while was moved to the court for a trial
162. November 24, 2007 – In the parliamentary voting in Australia, the Centre-left Australian Labor Party guided by Kevin Rudd was elected, thus culminating the 11-year term of the Centre-right Liberal/National Alliance administration
163. November 24, 2008 – the most successful premiere musical collection announced by Craig David
164. November 24, 2012 – Gangnam Style, a pop song by Psy is the most-seen audiovisual on U-tube with more than 808 million
165. November 24, 2012 – the incumbent President Ernest Bai Koroma was chosen again as President of Sierra Leone
166. November 24, 2012 – All the plays scheduled till Dec. 14 were annulled due to the ongoing NHL Lockout
167. November 24, 2013 – Taylor Swift & Justin Timberlake were awarded the 40th American Music Awards
168. November 24, 2013 – Saskatchewan Roughriders vanquish Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 45-23to achieve the CFL Grey Cup at Taylor Field, Regina; MVP Kory Sheets of Roughriders scores 197 yards with 2 TDS – a Grey Cup Record
169. November 24, 2013 – The Brazilian Grand Prix was achieved by Sebastian Vettel representing German Red Bull. It was his 9th successful GP win; a score on par with his 13th successive GP victory’ 4th World Drivers Championship
170. November 24, 2014 – a 12-year-old boy wields a gun in a playground in Cleveland. The police shot him but it was found that the gun was a fake one
171. November 24, 2014 – a single, “Take Your Time” by Sam Hunt announced (Billboard of the Year 2015)
172. November 24, 2015 – Emergency imposed in Tunisia due to an assault on presidential security killing nearly 12
173. November 24, 2015 – A Russian warplane was brought down by Turkey after accusing that the Russian plane crossed the Turkish boundaries
174. November 24, 2015 – assassination of Luis Diaz, leader of the opposition in Venezuela, a few days earlier to the nation’s general vote
175. November 24, 2015 – Jason Van Dyke, a Police officer in Chicago has been accused of the pre-meditated and unlawful killing of 17-year African American Laquan McDonald in 2014
176. November 24, 2016 – 1,500 new viruses discovered in animals without vertebral reported by the International R&D group
177. November 24, 2017 – Radical men kill by shooting people in the Sufi mosque in Bir al-Abed on the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt murdering 305 people. The administration took revenge bombarding the area
178. November 24, 2017 – Emmerson Mnangagwa, earlier First Vice President, takes oath as President of Zimbabwe, thus ending the 30-year reign of Robert Mugabe
179. November 24, 2017 – Sexual abuse and harassment clouded the reputation of the Nobel Prize Committee when 18 ladies complained that Jean-Claude Arnault had links with the committee as reported in the Dagens Nyheter daily

180. November 24, 2018 -Australia defeats England, 106-105 at the ICC Women’s Cricket T20 World Cup, Antigua: Ashleigh Gardner scores 33 from 26 balls and 3 for 22 taking Australia to 4th T20 WC
181. November 24, 2018 – The plebiscite to approve same-sex marriage was opposed by Taiwanese
182. November 24, 2018 – 29 travelers lost their lives when a cruise boat submerged on Lake Victoria near Kampala, Uganda
183. November 24, 2018 – The final of the football competition Copa Libertadores between Buenos Aire’s opponents River Plate and Boca Juniors was deferred when the Boca bus was attacked by River Plate and Boca Juniors. The participants suffered from the tear gas used by the police. River achieved a 5-3 victory.

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