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Famous Events For November 28

Famous Events For November 28 – Today In History

What Happened on November 28 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 28 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 28, 0587 – Childebert II identified as heir to King Guntram of Burgundy under the agreement of Andelot
2. November 28, 1291 – the demise of Eleanor of Castile, wife of King Edward I of England in Northampton shire. Crosses fixed on the tomb on the route to London
3. November 28, 1443 – Kruja in the center of Albania was released from the Ottomans and the Albanian flag was hoisted by George Kastriotis Skanderbeg of Albania
4. November 28, 1520 – Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese voyager commences traveling across the Pacific Ocean

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5. November 28, 1569 – Bishop Nicolas van Nieuwland of Haarlem was forced to step down by the forces of Duke of Alva
6. November 28, 1660 – founding of The Royal Society in London
7. November 28, 1670 – debut show of “Tite et Berenice” by Pierre Corneille in Paris

18th Century – What Happened on November 28 – The 1700s

8. November 28, 1717 – A French ship “La Concorde” was seized by Blackbeard, a pirate, and changed its name to “Queen Anne’s Revenge”
9. November 28, 1720 – Anne Bonny and Mary Read were found guilty of pirating and awarded capital punishment in Jamaica, Spain. The execution of the death sentence was stayed on finding they were pregnant
10. November 28, 1729 – 138 Frenchmen, 35 French women, and 56 children were murdered at Fort Rosalie (present-day Natchez, Mississippi) known as Natchez Indian killing
11. November 28, 1745 – Indians of Saratoga, NY were attacked by French army
12. November 28, 1757 – Britain expresses disapproval of the assembly of Kloster-Zeven
13. November 28, 1775 – US Navy was officially inaugurated by the Second Continental Congress
14. November 28, 1785 – agreement for peace between Congress of the United States of America and the Cherokee people under the Treaty of Hopewell
15. November 28, 1795 – A warship and $800,000 were offered as an honor to Algiers and Tunis

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19th Century – November 28 This Day That Year – The 1800s

16. November 28, 1813 – The natives known as Cossacks seize Utrecht
17. November 28, 1814 – The Times of London utilized the technique of automatic, steam-powered presses by the German technocrats Friedrich Koenig and Andreas Friedrich Bauer to make available the newspapers to the public
18. November 28, 1821 – Spain grants freedom to Panama
19. November 28, 1843 – The United Kingdom and France formally accept Hawaii as an Independent nation and declared this day as Hawaiian Independence Day – Ka Lahui
20. November 28, 1847 – The Prime Minister of Rossini Tantum ergo starts the assembly of the Church of San Francisco at Bologna, capital of Emilia-Romagna region
21. November 28, 1853 – formation of Olympia as the capital city of Washington Region
22. November 28, 1854 – Chinese rebellion in Borneo halted by the Dutch army
23. November 28, 1861 – Missouri was formally recognized and admitted to the Confederate Congress
24. November 28, 1862 – there were 475 deaths during the war at Cane Hill, Arkansas
25. November 28, 1862 – War of Hooly Spring, MS
26. November 28, 1864 – Battles at Waynesboro/Jones’s Plantation enter the 3rd day in Georgia
27. November 28, 1864 – War of New Creek, WV

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28. November 28, 1871 – court hearing of Ku Klux Klan commenced in Federal District Court in South Carolina
29. November 28, 1875 – British Navigator Verney Cameron arrives in East Africa
30. November 28, 1879 – Gen Wolseley defeats Sekhukhenes Pedi-Zulu at the war at Lydenburg South Africa
31. November 28, 1893 – women participate for the first time in the national election in New Zealand
32. November 28, 1895 – Chicago Times-Herald organized the first auto race in America from Chicago to Evanston and back a distance of 55 miles: 6 cars participated. The Victor car attained an average speed of 7 MPH
33. November 28, 1899 – Boer general Cronje defeats British army chief Methuen at the war of Mud River

20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 28 – The 1900s

34. November 28, 1901 – 4th concerto in G scale by Gustav Mahler debuts
35. November 28, 1904 – Hottentotten was vanquished by Germany in Warmbad Africa
36. November 28, 1905 – the founding of the left political party, Sinn Fein, by Arthur Griffith in Dublin
37. November 28, 1906 – Tommy Burns and Jack O’Brien score equal points in 20 for the heavyweight boxing championship title

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38. November 28, 1907 – Louis B. Mayer, a scrap metal dealer establishes the first movie theater in Haverhill, Massachusetts
39. November 28, 1908 – a detonation in a coal mine at Marianna, Pennsylvania left 154 men dead
40. November 28, 1911 – The Plan of Ayala was drafted by revolutionary leader Zapata for Mexico
41. November 28, 1912 – The Albanian Declaration of Independence from Turkey by Ismail Quemali in Vlore
42. November 28, 1913 – In a heavyweight boxing competition in Paris, Jack Johnson defeats Andre Spaul
43. November 28, 1914 – The New York Stock Exchange which was closed in July for WW I-related issues, started bond trading
44. November 28, 1914 -Arthur O’Hara defeats Gerald Patterson, 6-4, 6-3, 5-7, 6-1 at the All-Australian Final, in the Australasian Championships Men’s Tennis, Melbourne
45. November 28, 1916 – Germany launches its first air attack on London
46. November 28, 1917 – debut show of “Over the Top” by Sigmund Romberg in NYC
47. November 28, 1918 – stepping down of Kaiser Wilhelm II, as German Emperor and King of Prussia
48. November 28, 1918 – Bucovina and the Kingdom of Romania agree to merge
49. November 28, 1919 – Lady Astor was the first US-born to become a member of the British House of Commons

50. November 28, 1920 – a surprise attack in Kilmichael, carried out by the Irish Revolutionary Army during the Irish War of Independence
51. November 28, 1921 – honoring of ‘Abdul’l-Baha (Baha’I festival-Qawl 6, 78)
52. November 28, 1922 – killing of 6 former ministers in Greece
53. November 28, 1922 – The first skywriting show was organized by Captain Cyril Turner (RAF). He wrote “Hello USA. Call Vanderbilt 7200”; a staggering 47,000 responded
54. November 28, 1924 – Pieter Jelle Troelstra, a politician, Lawyer, and socialist quit the Dutch House of Representatives
55. November 28, 1925 – swearing in of Briand as 7th Prime Minister of France
56. November 28, 1925 – A weekly musical consort, Grand Ole Opry, on WSM Radio as “Barn Dance” debuts from Nashville, Tennessee
57. November 28, 1925 – George Vezina, NHL Goalkeeper, suffering from TB collapses and breathes his last 4 months later
58. November 28, 1927 – debut performance of the musical “Delmar’s Revels” by J McHugh & D Field in NYC
59. November 28, 1929 – First expedition to the South Pole by Richard E. Byrd by air
60. November 28, 1929 – Chicago fullback Ernie Nevers achieves 6 touchdowns and 4 extra points for 40 for the Cardinals to defeat Chicago Bears, 40-6

61. November 28, 1930 – Debut performance of 2nd concerto, Romantic” by Howard Hanson
62. November 28, 1931 – Cricket Legend Bradman makes 226 runs and the first hundred at Gabba Vs South Africa
63. November 28, 1932 – first radio program by Groucho Marx, Comedian
64. November 28, 1933 – Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were found guilty by a Dallas bench for the killing in 1933 of Malcolm Davis, Tarrant County Deputy
65. November 28, 1934 – Winston Churchill cautions British Prime Minister, Stanley Baldwin not to overlook the power of German air power
66. November 28, 1938 – Davey O’Brien, QB, Texas Christian, won the 4th Heisman Trophy
67. November 28, 1939 – Hans Frank, Nazi Governor-General of Poland arranges a Jewish-German collaborative administrative agency
68. November 28, 1939 – rescinding of the Russian-Finnish peace agreement by Russia
69. November 28, 1940 – Nazis detain Rudolph Cleveringa, a Dutch Professor of Law
70. November 28, 1941 – German army evacuates Rostov
71. November 28, 1942 – in a fire accident in a night club in a cocoanut Grove in Boston 492 lost their life
72. November 28, 1943 – a discussion meeting at the Tehran Conference in Iran of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin to consider the plan of action
73. November 28, 1944 – The ship belonging to Allied nations arrives at Schelde Antwerp

74. November 28, 1944 – a mob of people about 400 from Rotterdam assaulted the coal storeroom
75. November 28, 1944 – AL MVP awarded to Hal Newhouser
76. November 28, 1944 – As a measure of retaliation, Nazis kill 40 Dutchmen
77. November 28, 1944 – The US 121st Army division seizes Hurtgen
78. November 28, 1945 – The second Victory Test Cricket of Australian Services against India in Calcutta ended in a draw
79. November 28, 1946 – The fourth French Republic administration headed by Georges Bidault dissolved
80. November 28, 1946 – execution of Dutch Nazi Anton Mussert
81. November 28, 1948 – debut show of “Hopalong Cassidy” on Television
82. November 28, 1949 – the first show of “Texas, Li’l Darlin” at Mark Hellinger NYC to give 293 presentations
83. November 28, 1950 – dismissal of Burt Shotton by Walter O’Malley as Manager of Dodgers
84. November 28, 1951- the first show of “I am a Camera” by John Van Druten in NYC
85. November 28, 1951 – military rebellion in Syria led by Col. Adib el-Shishakli

86. November 28, 1953 – last show of “Wish You Were Here” at Imperial Theatre NYC after 597 presentations
87. November 28, 1953 – Hamilton Tiger-Cats vanquish Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 12-6 at the CFL Grey Cup, Varsity Stadium, Toronto
88. November 28, 1954 – The Netherlands hosts the first professional soccer game
89. November 28, 1954 – TV transmission channel 2 in Great Bend, KS commences airing on NBC
90. November 28, 1955 – Airing of program on TV Transmission channel 12 in Wailuku HI(IND) on NBC
91. November 28, 1955 – TV Transmission channel 11 in Little Rock, AR premiers on CBS
92. November 28, 1956 – Pittsburgh Steelers select Gray Glick from the University of Colorado A&M for NFL
93. November 28, 1956 – Leonid Spirin achieves gold in the 20KM walk for the Soviet Union 1-2-3 in 1:31:27.4 at Melbourne Olympics defeating his fellow members of the team Antanas Mikenas and Bruno Junk
94. November 28, 1956 – Lee Calhoun wins the men’s 110 m hurdles at the Melbourne Olympics; creates an Olympic best of 13.5s defeating his fellow mates Jack Davis and Joel Shankle
95. November 28, 1956 – Soviet runner Vladimir Kuts wins the Olympic middle-distance double 5000m gold at Melbourne Games; creates best in 5k and 10,000 m events
96. November 28, 1956 – Shirley Strickland de la Hunty of Australia holds her 80m hurdles Olympic in 10.7s defeating Gisela Birkemeyer of Germany by just o.2s at the Melbourne Games

97. November 28, 1957 – debut play of “Look Homeward, Angel” based on the theme of the book by Thomas Wolfe guided by Ketti Frings and featuring Anthony Perkins in NYC
98. November 28, 1957 – Cy Young Award given to Warren Spahn of Braves
99. November 28, 1958 – AL declares that the Opening Day in 1959 will be at the earliest on April 9
100. November 28, 1958 – Chad was declared a self-governing democracy within the French settlement
101. November 28, 1958 – Congo and Mauritania also declared self-governing democracy within the French settlement
102. November 28, 1958 – NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs get their new coach George “Punch” Imlach
103. November 28, 1956 – TV Transmission channel 9 in Aberdeen, SD starts functioning on ABC
104. November 28, 1958 – Wes Hall plays his first cricket match against India at Bombay
105. November 28, 1958 – test firing of a full range Intercontinental ballistic missile by the US
106. November 28, 1959 – Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeat Hamilton Tiger-Cats (21-7) successfully for two years for CFL Grey Cup, CNE Stadium, Toronto
107. November 28, 1959 – TV Transmission channel 8 in McCook, Oberlin, NB on NBC
108. November 28, 1959 -Issue of a circular by Pope John XXIII on Princeps Pastorum
109. November 28, 1960 – The duration of the News reportage by CBS radio increased from 5 to 10 minutes
110. November 28, 1960 – France grants the status of freedom state to Mauritania (National Day)
111. November 28, 1961 – New Guinea discussed at the General Meeting of the UN
112. November 28, 1961 – the first show of “Der Abstecher” by Martin Walser in Munich
113. November 28, 1962 – Morse Code communication (Telegraph) was re-established between the Netherlands and Indonesia
114. November 28, 1962 – The musical by Beatles, “She Loves You” reaches the #1 position in the UK and the sales went to 1 million
115. November 28, 1963 – Crusher defeats Verne Gagne in St Paul to achieve the National Wrestling Alliance championship

116. November 28, 1963 – TV Transmission channel 19 in Huntsville, AL commences airing the program on CBS
117. November 28, 1964 – BC Lions vanquish Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 34-24, Bill Munsey of BC achieves 2 touchdowns in the 3rd quarter one each while on offense and the other on defense
118. November 28, 1964 – Atomic Test below the ground at Ecker Algeria
119. November 28, 1964 – Mars Mission spacecraft Mariner 4 sent into space
120. November 28, 1964 – New York Giants selects Tucker Frederickson from Auburn University from the NFL Draft of 1965
121. November 28, 1965 – Leroy Kelly of Browns achieves the maximum punt return yds (109)
122. November 28, 1965 – Kathy Whitworth achieves the LPGA Titleholders Championship from Peggy Wilson by 10 shots for her first title
123. November 28, 1966 – Military rebellion in Burundi replaces sovereign rule with democracy
124. November 28, 1967 – The constitution of Dominica approved
125. November 28, 1967 – Gary Beban, UCLA (QB) wins the 33rd Heisman Trophy Award
126. November 28, 1967 – The first radio pulsating star observed by Jocelyn Burnell, a British Researcher, and her guide Antony Hewish at Cambridge University
127. November 28, 1968 – a sum of 150 pounds penalty was imposed on John Lennon for keeping drugs in his custody
128. November 28, 1969 – NL Rookie of the Year was awarded to Ted Sizemore and he was the 7th Dodger to win the award
129. November 28, 1970 – Montreal Alouettes vanquish Calgary Stampeders, 23-10; the field settings were very bad – CFL Grey Cup, CNE Stadium, Toronto.
130. November 28, 1971 – Last show of “Me Nobody Knows” at Helen Hayes Theater, NYC after 587 shows
131. November 28, 1971 – The CFDL Grey Cup play was played on a slippery and rainwater-clogged field; Calgary Stampeders defeated Toronto Argonauts, 14-11
132. November 28, 1972 – premiere of “Via Galactica” at Uris Theatre NYC to give 7 shows
133. November 28, 1972 – LA Dodgers hand over Robinson to California Angles
134. November 28, 1972 – in an untimely bomb detonation in the Bogside area of Derry, two members of the IRA lost their life
135. November 28, 1973 – The high-level meeting of the Arab League, identified Palestine
136. November 28, 1973 – AL Rookie of the Year award to Baltimore Oriole AL Bumbry
137. November 28, 1974 – George Steinbrenner, owner of the New York Yankees was suspended for 2 years by Bowie Kuhn, Baseball Commissioner for alleged illegal contribution to political campaigns
138. November 28, 1974 – the last musical performance by John Lennon
139. November 28, 1975 – East-Timor declared a Democratic Republic
140. November 28, 1975 – In a cricket match, against Australia, Michael Anthony Holding, WI, plays his first match
141. November 28, 1975 – announcing of a mixture of shows, “Venus & Maras/Rock Show” by Wings
142. November 28, 1975 – live telecast of two events, soap advertisements, “As the World Turns” and “The Edge of Night”, The organizers had earlier refused to air pre-recorded versions of the events.
143. November 28, 1975 – last play of Bobby Orr on behalf of the Boston Bruins
144. November 28, 1976 – Ottawa Rough Riders vanquish Saskatchewan Roughriders, 23-20 in an exciting finish; there were more than 53,467 witnessed at the CFL Grey Cup, CNE Stadium, Toronto
145. November 28, 1978 – Billy Sims, Oklahoma (RB) wins the 44th Heisman Trophy
146. November 28, 1978 – Sparky Anderson, of Reds, dismissed after 9 years as manager
147. November 28, 1979 – premiere of “King of Schnorrers” at Playhouse Theatre NYC to give 63 shows
148. November 28, 1979 – 257 people lost their lives in an air accident involving Air New Zealand DC 10 which collided with Mt Erebus of Antarctica, the worst accident during peacetime
149. November 28, 1979 – NL Rookie of the Year awarded to Rick Sutcliffe of LA Lodger
150. November 28, 1979 – First visit of Pope John Paul II to Turkey, 1 ½ years later, a Turkish national Mehmet Ali Agca tries to murder the pope
151. November 28, 1981 – last show of “Merrily We Roll Along” at Alvin Theater NYC after 16 shows
152. November 28, 1981 – Football coach Bear Bryant achieves his 315th play and leaves his competitor Almos Alonzo Staff far behind and becomes the most successful football guide
153. November 28, 1981 – The ruling party in New Zealand, The National Party, won the voting and Robert Muldon nominated as Prime Minister
154. November 28, 1982 – last show of “Pirates of Penzance” at Uris Theater NYC after 772 shows
155. November 28, 1982 – Edmonton Eskimos won successfully for the fifth time and defeated Toronto Argonauts, 32-16 for the CFL Grey Cup, CNE Stadium, Toronto
156. November 28, 1982 -A surprise win for Germany’s Sylvia Hanika when she defeated tennis celebrity Martina Navratilova, 1-6, 6-3,6-4 to achieve her only WTA Tour Championship in NYC
157. November 28, 1983 – Columbia 6, a Spacecraft sent into space, a 9th in the series
158. November 28, 1984 – William Penn and his wife Hannah Callowhill were granted Honorary Citizens of the United States nearly 250 years after their demise
159. November 28, 1985 – Martens forms the 6th Belgium administration
160. November 28, 1986 – Hilbert van der Duim rides on roller skates for 1 hour and covers a high of 39.4928 km
161. November 28, 1986 – The armament control and limit set by SALT II overshot by Regan, President of the USA
162. November 28, 1986 – agreement on production of crude at OPEC meeting
163. November 28, 1987 – In an air accident involving Boeing 747 of South African Airways, in the Indian Ocean, 159 people lost their lives
164. November 28, 1988 – a painting by Picasso of two circus performers, “Acrobat & Harlequin” was auctioned for $38.46 million
165. November 28, 1989 – Rickey Henderson and Oak A sign an agreement for 0ne year at $3,000,000 per year
166. November 28, 1989 – Queen Latifah announces her premiere collection of hip-hop music, “All Hail the Queen” featuring the ‘Ladies First”
167. November 28, 1990 -Lee Kuan Yew, Prime Minister of Singapore steps down after serving as PM for the longest duration
168. November 28, 1990 – Margaret Thatcher was replaced by John Major as Leader of the Conservator Party and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
169. November 28, 1993 – premiere of “Gray’s Anatomy” at Beaumont Theater NYC for 13 shows
170. November 28, 1993 – last show of “Mixed Emotions” at John Golden Theater NYC after 48 presentations
171. November 28, 1993 – Edmonton Eskimos vanquish Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 33-23 for CFL Grey Cup, McMahon Stadium, Calgary: Sean Fleming scores the best 6 field goals
172. November 28, 1993 – Carlos Reina voted to power as president of Honduras
173. November 28, 1994 – A Plebiscite in Norway was against joining the European Union
174. November 28, 1994 – a condemned serial murderer, Jeffrey Dahmer, was beaten to death by a prisoner in the Columbia Correctional Institution gymnasium in Portage, Wisconsin
175. November 28, 1995 – An ex-white House press secretary, James Brady had a heart attack
176. November 28, 1997 – last event of “Beavis & Butt-head” on MTV
177. November 28, 1997 – Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) a national group specializing in guerrilla war striving for the freedom of Kosovo from Serbia appeared before the public for the first time
178. November 28, 1998 – the plebiscite in Albania was in favor of their new Constitution
179. November 28, 1999 – Hamilton Tiger-Cats vanquish Calgary Stampeders, 32-21; this was just the opposite of last year’s outcome at the CFL Grey Cup, BC Place, Vancouver
180. November 28, 1999 – Pete Sampras defeats Andre Agassi, 6-1,7-5,6-4 to achieve his 5th and final ATP Tour World Championship tennis title in Hanover, Germany

21st Century – November 28 This Day In History – The 2000s

181. November 28, 2000 – President Leonid Kuchma is publicly condemned for his active role in the killing of a correspondent Georgiy Gongadze by the Ukrainian politician Oleksander Moroz in the cassette Disgrace
182. November 28, 2004 – Anastasia Myskina & Vera Zvonareva defeat the French duo Marin Bartoli and Emilie Loit, 7-6, 7-5 to finalize the title for Russia for the first time, 3-2 at the Federation Cup Women’s Tennis, Moscow, Russia
183. November 28, 2005 – Ronaldinho of FC Barcelona’s Brazillian midfielder declared as the best football player in Europe earlier to Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard of Liverpool: Ballon d’Or
184. November 28, 2008 – financial crisis in Sweden after undergoing a reduction of 0.1% in the second and 3rd quarter
185. November 28, 2010 – Montreal Alouettes defeat Saskatchewan Roughriders, 21-18 to hold on to the Championship title at CFL Grey Cup, Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton; this was the 3rd championship for Anthony Calvillo of Alouettes’ quarterback
186. November 28, 2010 – Ron Isley, and Anita Baker were nominated for the 24th Soul Training Music Awards
187. November 28, 2010 – in the best pair match, Roger Federer defeats Rafael Nadal of Spain, 6-3,3-6,6-1 to achieve his 5th ATP World Tour Finals tennis championship title in London, England
188. November 28, 2012 – 54 people killed and more than 120 wounded in a two-car bomb detonation in Damascus, Syria
189. November 28, 2012 – the first of the Hobbit movie series, “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” guided by Peter Jackson, featuring Martin Freeman and Ian McKellen debuts in Wellington, New Zealand
190. November 28, 2015 – The match between Leicester City and Manchester United scored equally, 1-1 at the King Power Stadium; this was the 11th successive play where Jamie Vardy of Leicester City played
191. November 28, 2016 – All 71 players including the correspondents of the Brazilian Chapecoense football team died in the accident to the aircraft carrying them near Medellin, Columbia
192. November 28, 2016 – The American musical, “Hamilton” earns a maximum of $3.3 million in a week on Broadway
193. November 28, 2017 – Uhuru Kenyatta assumes charge as President of Kenya for his 2nd term
194. November 28, 2017 – a request to the Supreme Court of India to stay the release of the contentious movie, “Padmavathi” throughout the world was rejected
195. November 28, 2018 – The fire warning level was raised to ‘catastrophic’ level in Queensland, Australia for the first time as the 130 fire burns
196. November 28, 2018 – 9 women complain of sexual harassment by French director Luc Besson

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