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Famous Events For November 27 – Today In History

What Happened on November 27 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 27 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 27, 0176 – Commodus was appointed as commander by his father Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius
2. November 27, 0399 – St Anastasius I assume charge as Catholic Pope
3. November 27, 1095 – Pope Urban II lectures on the military adventure to capture the Holy Land
4. November 27, 1237 – Holy Roman Emperor Frederik II conquers the Second Lombardian League at the battle of Cortenuova
5. November 27, 1295 – The model parliament was the first legislature called by English King Edward I

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6. November 27, 1382 – Flemish army surrenders to French army. But the Flemish chief Philip Van Artevelde was murdered and his dead body exhibited
7. November 27, 1493 – Christopher Columbus arrives in the La Navidad settlement. The colony had been destroyed by the military who had flouted the instructions given to them at the time Columbus left them
8. November 27, 1495 – James IV, Scottish King, accepts Perkin Warbeck, an heir apparent to the British throne
9. November 27, 1587 – Groningen, a Dutch colony, was inundated by the breaking of a channel

18th Century – What Happened on November 27 – The 1700s

10. November 27, 1798 – author Rabbi Shneur Zalman set free from St Petersburg prison

19th Century – November 27 This Day That Year – The 1800s

11. November 27, 1807 – The Portuguese Royal Family exiles from Lisbon to avoid the Napoleonic army
12. November 27, 1815 – The Congress of Vienna announces the City of Krakow (Poland) as a free democratic state
13. November 27, 1815 – Poland approves its Constitution
14. November 27, 1817 – commencement of Seminole War with the assault of Florida Indian village by the US army men
15. November 27, 1826 – John Walker creates the match sticks that catch fire on rubbing
16. November 27, 1839 – founding of the American Statistical Association in Boston
17. November 27, 1843 – creation of the Opera “Bohemian Girl” in London

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18. November 27, 1863 – war at Fort Esperanza Texas
19. November 27, 1863 – War at Payne’s Farm, VA
20. November 27, 1864 – 2nd day of war at Waynesboro, Georgia
21. November 27, 1868 – Commander George A. Custer kills Black Kettle, chief of Native American Indians at the Washita River, Oklahoma war.
22. November 27, 1870 – The baseball labeled as “The National Game” by the New York Times
23. November 27, 1885 – Ladislaus Weinek, an Austro-Hungarian photographer in Prague captures the picture of a meteor for the first time
24. November 27, 1889 – license to drive a car through Central Park (Curtis P Brady) approved for the first time
25. November 27, 1889 – debut show of “Ehre” by Hermann Sudermann in Berlin
26. November 27, 1890 – telephone booth for use in emergencies for SF Police Department inaugurated
27. November 27, 1895 – Alfred Nobel, a Swedish chemist, writes his WILL to found the Nobel Prize
28. November 27, 1896 – premiere of “Also Sprach Zarathustra” by Richard Strauss, based on the theme of the metaphysical novel by Fredrich Nietzsche in Frankfurt

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 27 – The 1900s

29. November 27, 1901 – debut performance of the theatrical, “Der rote Hahn” by Gerhart Hauptmann in Berlin
30. November 27, 1901 – the founding of a college in Washington, US Army War College
31. November 27, 1901 – Prince Ito of Japan, to get some privileges from Russia in Korea reaches St Petersburg but changes his mind and establishes an alliance with Britain
32. November 27, 1903 – Theatrical “Die Neugierigen Frauen” by Ermanno Wold-Ferrari made in Munich
33. November 27, 1910- inauguration of the world’s largest railway station – NY’s Penn Station.
34. November 27, 1911 – Vegetables were thrown by the viewers at the thespians for the first time in the US
35. November 27, 1912 – National Flag for Albania accepted
36. November 27, 1912 – Spain forms its sovereignty in Morocco
37. November 27, 1914 – first British woman to be assigned consular duties (Grantham, Lincolnshire)
38. November 27, 1919 – agreement signed between Bulgaria and Allies at Neuilly-sur-Seine, France where Bulgaria ceded some territory
39. November 27, 1919 – Prime Minister of Poland, Ignacy Jan Paderewski steps down

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40. November 27, 1920 – The first American champion movie, “The Mask of Zorro” guided by Fred Niblo, featuring Douglas Fairbanks shown in New York
41. November 27, 1924 – Soccer fans numbering 57,000 witness the LA & Polytechnic high school game, 7-7
42. November 27, 1924 – agreement of Locarno endorsed by the German Parliament
43. November 27, 1925 – fans numbering about 110,000 witness the match between US Army and Navy, 21-21
44. November 27, 1926 – dance programs by Bela Bartok, “Miraculous Mandarin” debuts in Keulen
45. November 27, 1926 – peace agreement between Italy and Albania
46. November 27, 1926 – Radio OR programs aired from KXL-AM in Portland
47. November 27, 1926 – Rebuilding of Williamsburg started
48. November 27, 1932 – agreement on ‘non-aggression’ between Poland and Russia
49. November 27, 1934 – in an encounter with the FBI, Baby Face Nelson, a Bank robber, died of a gunshot
50. November 27, 1937 – a musical titled “Pins and Needles” produced by ILGWU opens

51. November 27, 1939 – debut show of “Key Largo” by Maxwell Anderson in NYC
52. November 27, 1940 – Tom Harmon, Michigan (HB) achieves the 6th Heisman Trophy
53. November 27, 1941 – The 13th British Army Corps arrives in Tobruk
54. November 27, 1941 – Joe DiMaggio, Baseball player, achieves AL MVP
55. November 27, 1941 – Germany withdraws on meeting Russian attacking
56. November 27, 1942 – Bobby Managoff K/O Yvon Robert in Houston to win the wrestling title
57. November 27, 1942 – The French Navy stationed at Toulon sinks ships and submarines so Nazis cannot capture them
58. November 27, 1942 – Tito constitutes an anti-fascist Liberation Board in Yugoslavia
59. November 27, 1943 – victory of Hamilton Flying Wildcats over Winnipeg RCAF Bombers, 23-14 at CFL Grey Cub, Varsity Stadium, Toronto
60. November 27, 1943 – strategy meeting at Tehran between Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin
61. November 27, 1944 – a large number of bombs, about 4000, burst at an RAF ammunition store at Fauld, near Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, destroying the village of Hanbury and killing 70 people.
62. November 27, 1944 – Hurtgen attacked by the US 121st Infantry squadron
63. November 27, 1945 – appointment of Gen George Marshall as special ambassador to China
64. November 27, 1945 – commencement of prosecution trial of NSB chief Mussert
65. November 27, 1945 – communist resistance fighter, Hannie Schaft was re-cremated, Queen Wilhelmina witnessed the cremation
66. November 27, 1946 – The Labor Party guided by Peter Fraser elected for the 2nd term in New Zealand during the general voting
67. November 27, 1946 – The English football team vanquishes Netherlands, 8-2
68. November 27, 1947 – Joe DiMaggio achieved his 3rd MVP by one vote against Ted Williams
69. November 27, 1948 – Calgary Stampeders achieved their first championship title beating Ottawa Rugh Riders, 12-7 at the CFL Grey Cup, Varsity Arena, Toronto
70. November 27, 1948 – Honda Motor Corporation, a Japanese Multi-national auto manufacturing company opens its first unit in America

71. November 27, 1950 – Lou Boudreau agrees to play for Red Sox as a player for two years
72. November 27, 1950 – court hearing against RC clergy commences in Prague
73. November 27, 1951 – The first missile developed to interrupt the aircraft’s movements
74. November 27, 1951 – agreement for stopping the war and determining the boundaries authorized in Panmunjom, Korea
75. November 27, 1952 – TV transmission channel 7 in Austin, TX starts airing the program on CBS
76. November 27, 1953 – AI Rosen, Indians 3rd baseman, achieved the AL MVP with no opposing
77. November 27, 1954 – last show of “By the Beautiful Sea” at Majestic Theater NYC after 270 presentations
78. November 27, 1954 – Edmonton Eskimos achieve their first successive Championship title by vanquishing Montreal Alouettes, 26-25 at the CFL Grey Cup, Varsity Stadium, Toronto
79. November 27, 1954 – Alger Hiss commits perjury, sentenced to 44 months in prison; released
80. November 27, 1956 – Debut show of “Diary of Anne Frank” by F Goodrich and A Hackett in the Netherlands
81. November 27, 1956 – Green Bay Packers select Paul Hornung from the University of Notre Dame for the 1957 NFL
82. November 27, 1956 – Bobby Marrow wins the 200 m sprint gold medal at the Melbourne Olympics with the best score of 20.75s; vanquishing Americans Andy Stanfield and Thane Baker
83. November 27, 1956 – At the Melbourne Games, AI Oerter achieves the 4 successive gold medals at the best time of 56.36m; Silver goes to Fortune Gordien and Bronze to Desmond Koch
84. November 27, 1956 – At the Melbourne Olympics, Elzbieta Krzesinska of Poland achieves the long jump of 6.53m to win the gold medal in women’s long jump and also tie the world’s best

85. November 27, 1957 – The Central High School Integration in Little Rock Ark, takes place, the Army is also leaving
86. November 27, 1958 – The wartime agreement with Allied nations concerning the management of Germany rescinded by the USSR
87. November 27, 1960 – The event “Have Gun Will Travel” withdrawn by CBS radio
88. November 27, 1960 – Dr. Felix Houphouet-Boigny assumes power as president of Ivory Coast
89. November 27, 1960 – Gordie Howe was the first NHL player to achieve 1000 points
90. November 27, 1960 – Patrice Lumumba runs away from Leopoldville Congo
91. November 27, 1960 – Buffalo Bills, were behind 38-7 in the 3rd quarter, and scores equal score with Broncos, 38-38
92. November 27, 1961 – Gordie Howe was the first player to play the 1000 NHL play
93. November 27, 1961 – TV transmission channel 11 in Hilo, HI commences on NBC
94. November 27, 1962 – first trial run of aircraft Boeing 727 conducted
95. November 27, 1962 – debut show of “Never Too Late” by Sumner ArthurLong, in NY
96. November 27, 1962 – Atomic test by US at Nevada Test place
97. November 27, 1963 – agreement on modification of Patents for Invention at Strasbourg
98. November 27, 1965 – more than 25000 revolt against the war in Vietnam in Washington DC
99. November 27, 1965 – Hamilton Tiger-Cats vanquish Winn Blue Bombers, 22-16; the high-speed wind prevailed and aided the winning team
100. November 27, 1965 – Atlanta Falcons selects Tommy Nobis from the University of Texas for the 1966 NFL
101. November 27, 1966 – Kathy Whitworth achieves the LPGA Titleholders Championship title from Judy Kimball by 2 points

102. November 27, 1966 – Wash Redskins vanquish NY Giants, 72-41 at the NFL play; a high-scoring session
103. November 27, 1966 – the constitution of Uruguay approved
104. November 27, 1967 – a collection of musicals, “Magical Mystery Tour” by Beatles announced
105. November 27, 1967 – Eight central banks in the US and 7 countries in Europe (Gold Pool nations) agree to support $35 per ounce of gold price
106. November 27, 1967 – The entry of Britain into the European Common Market for the second time was negated by Charles de Gaulle, President of France
107. November 27, 1970 – NL Rookie of the Year was awarded to Carl Morton
108. November 27, 1970 – a collection of music, “All Things Must Pass” announced by George Harrison
109. November 27, 1970 -a Bolivian painter, camouflaged like a priest stabs with his knife Pope Paul VI in the chest during the latter’s visit to the Philippines
110. November 27, 1971 – Spacecraft Mars 2 sent to Mars by USSR lands roughly on Mars
111. November 27, 1971 – The Republican Army snipper fired upon two British Army officers examining a bomb attack on a customs workplace near Nery, County Armagh
112. November 27, 1972 – Pierre Trudeau takes charge as Prime Minister of Canada
113. November 27, 1972 – Yanks exchange Ellis, Torres, and Spikes for Indians in exchange for Nettles & Moses
114. November 27, 1973 – NL Rookie of the Year achieved by Gary Mathews
115. November 27, 1973 – debut show of “Good Doctor” by Neil Simon in NYC
116. November 27, 1973 – The appointment of Gerald Ford as Vice President was authorized by the US Senate by 92-3 votes
117. November 27, 1973 – An Emergency Petroleum Allocation Act approved by Richard Nixon, President of the USA
118. November 27, 1974 – NL Rookie of Year awarded to Bake McBride, Cardinals outfielder
119. November 27, 1975 – Fred Lynn of the Red Sox achieves his first AL MVP
120. November 27, 1975 – Assassination of Ross McWhirter by the Provisional IRA during a press meeting where he publicized the prize for the seizure of those accountable for terror campaign in England

121. November 27, 1977 – last show of “Comedy with Music (Victor Borge)” at Imperial NY after 66 presentations
122. November 27, 1977 – Montreal Alouettes defeat Edmonton Eskimos, 41-6; the best number of fans totaling 68,318 witnessed the play; the play is also called the “Ice Bowl” – CFL Grey Cup, Olympic Stadium, Montreal; Dan Sweet scored a maximum of 23 points
123. November 27, 1978 – the murder of Harvey Milk, an American politician, and George Moscone, Mayor of San Francisco by the past Supervisor Dan White at City Hall
124. November 27, 1979 – first flood-light ODI played by Australia Vs WI at SCG
125. November 27, 1980 – space mission Soyuz T-3 with 3 cosmonauts on board sent to space station Salyut 6
126. November 27, 1982 – Yasuhiro Nakasone replaces Zenko Suzuki as Prime Minister of Japan in the election
127. November 27, 1982 – Rangers did not allow the Islanders to score any point for the fifth time and won by 3-0
128. November 27, 1982 – In the first International cricket against England, Kepler Wessels records a ton (162)
129. November 27, 1982 – The US achieves an unquestionable 3-0 lead over France at the Davis Cup, Grenoble, France. John McEnroe and Peter Flemming win the doubles 6-3,6-4,9-7 Vs Henri Leconte and Yannick Noah
130. November 27, 1983 – Toronto Argonauts triumph over BC Lions, 18-17 at the CFL Grey Cup, BC Place, Vancouver. This was Argonaut’s first win in 31 years
131. November 27, 1983 – in an air accident involving a Colombian Boeing 747, in Madrid, 181 lost their lives
132. November 27, 1983 – Desmond Haynes declared ‘out’ for handling the ball Vs India
133. November 27, 1985 – NL Rookie of the Year awarded to Vince Coleman of the Cards
134. November 27, 1987 – premiere of ‘Les Misérables’ at Theatre Royal, Sydney
135. November 27, 1987 – a young man tries to kill himself 7 times but endures
136. November 27, 1988 – Winnipeg Blue Bombers show superiority over BC Lions (22-21) to win their first Grey Cup with only a .500 season at the CFL Grey Cup, Lansdowne Park, Ottawa
137. November 27, 1989 – 107 persons lost their lives when a Colombian jet aircraft was bombed
138. November 27, 1989 – Atomic test by France at Mururoa Islands
139. November 27, 1989 – “Cheer Down” and “Poor Little Girl” by George Harrison announced
140. November 27, 1989 –selection of Luis Alberto Lacelle as President of Uruguay
141. November 27, 1989 – the STS 33 (Discovery 9), the 63rd US manned spacecraft lands on Earth from space

142. November 27, 1991 – premiere of “Peter Pan” at Minskoff Theater NYC to give 48 shows
143. November 27, 1991 – a two-year prison to Poetess Maria Elene Cruz Varela
144. November 27, 1991 – Undertake defeats Hulk Hogan to get the new WWF championship title
145. November 27, 1992 – Radio and television personality Howard Stern Interview debuts on E! Network
146. November 27, 1993- inferno extinguishes part of Vienna Hofburg
147. November 27, 1993 – Cricketer David Boon accomplishes his 18th Test Cricket ton (106 Vs NZ, Hobart)
148. November 27, 1993 – India triumphs over West Indies in Bengal Jubilee Cricket Final, Kemble 6-12
149. November 27, 1993 – 43rd Miss World title conferred on Lisa Hanna, 18 of Jamaica
150. November 27, 1994 – BC Lions defeat Baltimore FC, 26-23; first championship title in professional football containing a US vs Canada play. Lions achieved their victory on the last-second Lui Passaglia field goal
151. November 27, 1994 – 233 people lost their lives in a fire accident in a dance club in Fuxin, North China
152. November 27, 1994 – Julio Maria Sanguinetti voted for the presidency of Uruguay
153. November 27, 1997 – Barry Sanders of Lions treated as NFL’s 2nd all-time rusher
154. November 27, 1997 – during the second carnage at Souhane in Algeria, 25 people lost their life
155. November 27, 1999 – The Labor Party in New Zealand was triumphant over the government-supported National Party after 9 years at the helm; In the history of New Zealand, Helen Clark voted as the first female Prime Minister

21st Century – November 27 This Day In History – The 2000s

156. November 27, 2001 – the presence of hydrogen was detected on the extrasolar planet Osiris by the Hubble Space Telescope – the first of it to be found on an extrasolar planet
157. November 27, 2004 –All Blacks, New Zealand defeats France, 45-6 in Paris; France being the six-nation (France being the holder of championship title of the six-nation Rugby Union – England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales)
158. November 27, 2004 – The historical objects belonging to Saint John Chrysostom were returned to the Eastern Orthodox Church by Pope John Paul II
159. November 27, 2004 – Marco Antonia Barrera defeats Erik Morales to earn the WBC super featherweight boxing championship title by a majority verdict at the MGM Grand Garden Stadium, Las Vegas; concluding the contest for the celebrated Ring’s ‘Fight of the Year title
160. November 27, 2005 – Isabelle Dinoire was the first French woman to undergo partial human transplant surgery in Amiens, France
161. November 27, 2005 – President El Hadj Omar Bongo of Gabon incumbent since 1967, and the longest-serving chief of the state in the world, was again voted to power for his third successive 7-year period
162. November 27, Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes, 38-35 for the first time in 44 years for an overtime victory
163. November 27, 2006 – The proposal by Prime Minister Stephen Harper to announce that Quebecois is a country within the united Canada was accepted by the Canadian House of Commons
164. November 27, 2006 – The Italian politician and previous President of the Italian Republic, Francesco Cossiga, quit his position as a lifetime senator
165. November 27, 2006 – Italy defender Fabio Cannavaaro declared the best football player in Europe at the annual football award – Ballon d’Or, in advance to that of Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon and Arsenal forward Thierry Henry
166. November 27, 2011 – BC Lions triumph over Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 34-23 to achieve their 6th title of CFL Grey Cup, BC Place, Vancouver
167. November 27, 2011 – Sebastian Vettel, German Red Bull driver, comes second at the Brazilian Grand Prix to hold his F1 WDC title and won by 122 points from Jenson Button, at Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace
168. November 27, 2011 – Roger Federer defeats Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, 6-3,6-7, 6-3 in the final in London, England to achieve his 6th ATP World Tour Finals tennis
169. November 27, 2012 – during car bomb explosions in Iraq, 29 killed and 126 injured
170. November 27, 2012 – Greece was awarded financial assistance by way of a loan of 43.7 billion euros by The Eurozone
171. November 27, 2013 – PGA Tour’s player awarded to
172. Tiger Woods for the 11th time
173. November 27, 2013 – Greece which had been designated as a developed market is now downgraded to an emerging market as per the MSCI index
174. November 27, 2013 – The highest theoretical earning animated movie “Frozen” featuring Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell premieres
175. November 27, 2014 – Stephanie Gilmore achieves her world surfing championship for the 6th time
176. November 27, 2014 – Phillip Hughes, a cricketer, was hit by a cricket ball on his head and two days later he breathed his last
177. November 27, 2015 – three died and 9 injured when Robert Lewis Dear (57) opens fire at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, Colorado
178. November 27, 2015 – The vessel San Jose which submerged in water in 1708 is confirmed to have been traced by an international group off the beach of Columbia
179. November 27, 2016 – Nico Rosberg, German Mercedes driver, won his F1 WDC title at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix; He won the championship by 5 points from his team player Lewis Hamilton
180. November 27, 2016 – Ottawa Red blacks defeat the much-preferred Calgary Stampeders, 39-33 in an extended game to gain the championship title in the 3rd term of their presence
181. November 27, 2017 – a supposed North Korean ghost ship drifts towards Akita Beach, Japan with 8 skeletons on board and the 4th ship to arrive in a month
182. November 27, 2017 – The wedding proposal of Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made known
183. November 27, 2017 – A three-day tour of Myanmar by Pope Francis commenced despite the severe problem of Rohingya immigrants
184. November 27, 2017 – A cargo-carrying train takes the life of more than 100 reindeer in 3-4 days in Norway
185. November 27, 2017 – There were 31,801 calls to the Bangkok Fire and Rescue Department to solve the problems of snakes this year
186. November 27, 2017 – The jail authorities had confined 8 donkeys in jail for 4 days for eating plants in Orai, Uttar Pradesh, India; they were sent out of jail
187. November 27, 2018 – The US enforces sanctions after condemning Nicaragua’s Vice-President Rosario Murillo, wife of President Daniel Ortega of violating human rights
188. November 27, 2018 – Detonation near a chemical manufacturing company in Hebei Province, Northern China leaves 23 dead and wounding 22
189. November 27, 2018 – A US-confirmed assassin Samuel Little admits to having killed more than 90 women and also furnishes details

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