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Famous Events For November 29

Famous Events For November 29 – Today In History

What Happened on November 29 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 29 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 29, 0526 – An earthquake supposedly hit Antioch (present-day Syria), Byzantine kingdom killing 200,000 people
2. November 29, 0799 – Charles the Great, helped Pope Leo III to return to Rome
3. November 29, 1349 – mass extermination of Jews in Augsburg, Germany
4. November 29, 1516 – agreement for perpetual peace between France and Switzerland known as Treaty of Freiburg

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5. November 29, 1561 – Lofland submits to Sigismund August II of Poland
6. November 29, 1573 – Duke of Alva is replaced by Don Luis de Requesensy Zuniga in the Netherlands
7. November 29, 1581 – Doornik (Tournai) accepts defeat to Duke of Parma
8. November 29, 1596 – demonetarization of money in Spain by an order of King Philip II

18th Century – What Happened on November 29 – The 1700s

9. November 29, 1745 – Handsome Prince Charlie orders his troops to seize Manchester and occupies Carlisle
10. November 29, 1760 – French army chief Beletre surrenders handover Detroit to Maj R. Rogers
11. November 29, 1775 – creation of a kind of ink to hide print by Sir James Jay
12. November 29, 1781 – The slaves on board of ship Zong kill 142 African slaves to claim the benefits of insurance coverage by throwing them into the sea
13. November 29, 1791 – William Broughton, navigating the ship HMS Chatham discovers the islands of Chatham

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19th Century – November 29 This Day That Year – The 1800s

14. November 29, 1803 – St Domingue (Haiti) declared a free state under the leadership of Dessalines & Christophe
15. November 29, 1812 – The army commanded by Napoleon during his withdrawal from Russia crosses the River Berezina
16. November 29, 1813 – Elias Canneman (Lib) placed in charge of Finance
17. November 29, 1825 – premiere of Italian play “Barber of Seville” in NYC
18. November 29, 1830 – Army revolts in Poland against the Russian’s rule
19. November 29, 1845 – The Swiss regions under the Command of General Guillaume-Henri Dufour conquered The Sonderbund
20. November 29, 1847 – murder of Washington state inmates Marcus and Narcissa Whitman along with 12 other jailbirds by Indians
21. November 29, 1850 – The agreement of Punctation was signed in Olomouc. Prussia surrendered to the Austrian kingdom under the leadership of the German Confederation
22. November 29, 1863 – nearly 800-900 died during the War of Ft. Sanders, TN (Ft Loudon)
23. November 29, 1864 – The last of the 4-day class at Waynesboro, Georgia
24. November 29, 1864 – War of Spring Hill, TN (Ft. London); there were 800 deaths
25. November 29, 1864 – The Colorado army kills about 150 peace-loving Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians, and the Cheyenne leader One-Eye is termed as Sand Creek Massacre
26. November 29, 1870 – Education is obligatory for all in London

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27. November 29, 1872 – Commencement of battle of Modoc with the war of Lost River and termed as Indian Wars
28. November 29, 1877 – Thomas Edison, a US Inventor practically shows how the working model of his invention – the hand-rotated phonograph
29. November 29, 1887 – US acquires the privileges over Pearl Harbor, on Oahu, Hawaii
30. November 29, 1890 – In a soccer match between the US Army and the US Navy, the Navy scores 24 against the US Army at West Point
31. November 29, 1893 – The present-day Wuhan University and former Ziqiang Institute was established by Zhang Zhidong, Administrator of Hubei and Human Provinces of Qing reign in China.
32. November 29, 1897 – The first motorcycle race competition was held in Surrey, England

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

33. November 29, 1900 – General Lord Roberts hands over charge of the British Army in South Africa to General Horatio Kitchener
34. November 29, 1901 – the inauguration of the cemented East 182nd Street in the Bronx
35. November 29, 1902 – the debut of the theatrical “Der arme Heinrich” by Gerhart Hauptmann in Vienna

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36. November 29, 1910 – copyright granted to Ernest Sirrine for his creation of traffic light system – the first US patent
37. November 29, 1913 – Hamilton Tigers defeat Toronto Parkdale, 44-2, in the CFL Grey Cup, AAA Grounds, Hamilton. This is the 2nd such play where the difference in score was the highest in the Grey Cup final
38. November 29, 1915 – most of the property was devastated due to the inferno caused in Santa Catalina Island, California
39. November 29, 1916 – military rule imposed by the US in the Dominican Republic
40. November 29, 1917 – The conference of the Supreme Allied War Council at Versailles to outline the goals of the war
41. November 29, 1918 – Montenegro becomes part of Serbia
42. November 29, 1921 – Netherlands records the lowest temperature of -14.0C, in November
43. November 29, 1921 – debut performance of the musical, “Kiki” by Z Parenteau & Schuyler Green in NYC
44. November 29, 1923 – A review committee to study the financial situation in Germany and to make suitable and satisfactory endorsements to the US, was set up under the chairmanship of American Banker Charles Dawes and is known as Dawes Commission
45. November 29, 1924 – Queen’s University achieves the 3rd successive Championship title by vanquishing Toronto Balmy Beach, 11-3 at the CFL Grey Cup, Varsity Stadium, Toronto

46. November 29, 1924 – an indoor stadium for NHL’s hockey inaugurated – Montreal Forum
47. November 29, 1926 – debut performance of “Constant Wife” by W Somerset Maugham in NYC
48. November 29, 1929 – Navigator and Polar explorer, Richard E. Byrd sends a message stating that his calculations show that he has arrived very near to the South Pole (but he was not correct)
49. November 29, 1932 – No war pact agreement between France and USSR
50. November 29, 1932 – debut performance of the single “Gay Divorce” by Cole Porters in NYC
51. November 29, 1933 – Pennsylvania gets its first licensed wine stores
52. November 29, 1933 – oppression of communists in Japan
53. November 29, 1934 – the first airing of the NFL between Chicago Bears and Detroit; Chicago Bears defeats Detroit (19-16)
54. November 29, 1935 – New Zealand gets its first Labor Prime Minister Michael Joseph Savage
55. November 29, 1935 – Schrodinger’s Cat was a thought experiment enunciated by Physicist Erwin Schrodinger to prove the problem of Copenhagen’s explanation of quantum mechanics
56. November 29, 1937 – In an auto accident in the Netherlands, Prince Bernhard suffered wounds
57. November 29, 1938 – ban imposed by Mayor Oud of Rotterdam on the football match between Netherlands and Germany

58. November 29, 1939 – Cor Klint creates history in 200 m backstroke swimming (2:38.8)
59. November 29, 1939 – USSR snaps ambassadorial contacts with Finland
60. November 29, 1941 – Winnipeg Blue Bombers vanquish Ottawa Rough Riders, 18-16 to win their 3rd title at the CFL Grey Cup, Varsity Stadium, Toronto
61. November 29, 1941 – Radio signals were sent from a passenger ship Lurline about seeing Japan’s war navy
62. November 29, 1942 – limited supply of coffee for everyone, 10 pounds a year, announced by the US Office of Price Administration
63. November 29, 1943 – An impermanent administration headed by prejudiced Tito in Jajce, Bosnia
64. November 29, 1943 – submarine U-86 submerged in the Atlantic Ocean
65. November 29, 1943 – a ship to carry US airplanes, Hornet, formally inaugurated
66. November 29, 1944 – Albania gets freedom from Nazi control (National Day)
67. November 29, 1944 – first heart procedure at the John Hopkins hospital
68. November 29, 1944 – the first procedure to correct blue baby disorder was performed by Alfred Blalock and Vivien Thomas
69. November 29, 1945 – founding of Yugoslavian Socialist Republic
70. November 29, 1945 – Debut show of “The Lost Weekend” on the theme of the book by Charles R Jackson, guided by Billy Wilder and featuring Ray Milland and Jane Wyman in Los Angeles (Academy Awards Best Picture 1946)

71. November 29, 1946 – emergency rule of old age facilities introduced by Minister Drees
72. November 29, 1947 – Toronto Argonauts achieve their 3rd successive and 8th title defeating Calgary Stampeders, 10-9 at the CFL Grey Cup, Varsity Stadium, Toronto
73. November 29, 1947 – Palestine divided between Arabs and Jews by the UN General Assembly
74. November 29, 1948 – premiere of “Kukla, Fran,& Ollie” on NBC
75. November 29, 1948 – the first theatrical, “Othello” telecast from Met (NYC)
76. November 29, 1948 – TV Transmission channel 4 in Albuquerque, NM starts airing on NBC
77. November 29, 1949 – Chinese Nationalists move the capital to Taiwan/Formosa
78. November 29, 1949 – in a detonation accident in a Uranium mine in East Germany 3700 people lost their life
79. November 29, 1950 – establishment of the National Council of Church of Christ in the US
80. November 29, 1951 – first the surface detonation of a nuclear bomb at Frenchman Flat in Nevada
81. November 29, 1952 – Toronto Argonauts defeat Edmonton Eskimos, 21-11; Argonauts establish as a leading club in Canada with a 10-championship title
82. November 29, 1952 – to evaluate the war situation, US President-designate Eisenhower arrives in Korea
83. November 29, 1953 – The first commercial flight between NY and LA by American Airlines started
84. November 29, 1953 – TV transmission channel 8 begins in Nashville TN on ABC

85. November 29, 1955 – Menderes steps down as Prime Minister of Turkey
86. November 29, 1956 – premiere of “Bells Are Ringing” at Shubert Theatre NYC to give 925 shows
87. November 29, 1956 – Chris Brasher, the first British national, to achieve the Gold Medal in the Olympic, track and field since 1936; clocks the 3000m steeplechase in 8:41.2 at the Melbourne Olympic Play. He was ineligible in the start but on appeal, he was judged eligible
88. November 29, 1957 – A review committee was formed by NY Mayor Robert Wagner about the possible move of Dodgers and Giants
89. November 29, 1958 – Winnipeg Bombers defeat Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 35-28, to win their 4th championship title in CFL Grey Cup, Empire Stadium, Vancouver
90. November 29, 1959 – Mack The Knife, Bobby Darin got the 2nd Grammy Award
91. November 29, 1960 – Joe Bellino, Navy (HB) awarded the 26th Heisman Trophy
92. November 29, 1961 – A white mob waiting at the bus stand in Mississippi assaulted the Freedom Riders who traveled in the bus
93. November 29, 1961 – Allen W Dulles is succeeded by John A McCone as the 6th Director of the CIA
94. November 29, 1961 – a primate (Enos) sent to space on board Mercury-Atlas 5
95. November 29, 1961 – The Bay of Pigs attack was a fiasco; Allen Dulles, Director, CIA. Steps down to give place to John McCone
96. November 29, 1962 – the earlier 1 All-Star play per year was restored for Baseball
97. November 29, 1962 – British and France agree to develop a Concorde aircraft that can travel at a higher speed of sound under the cooperation venture
98. November 29, 1963 – a musical, single, “I Want to Hold Your Hand” announced by the Beatles in the United Kingdom
99. November 29, 1963 – an investigation into the killing of JF Kennedy was entrusted to a Committee headed by Warren by an order of President L B Johnson

100. November 29, 1963 – In an air accident to Douglas DC-8, Trans-Canada Airlines Flight 831, with 118 on board collides after tale off from Dorval Aircraft near Montreal, Canada.
101. November 29, 1964 – English language substituted for Latin in the Roman Catholic Church in the US
102. November 29, 1965 – premiere of “Anya” at Ziegfeld Theater NYC to give 16 shows
103. November 29, 1965 – 14,118 successive sit-ups performed by Dale Cummings
104. November 29, 1966 – Warriors defeat Bulls, 108-101 at th first NBA play at Oakland Coliseum Stadium
105. November 29, 1966 – Ship SS Daniel J Morrell submerges due to a storm on Lake Huron causing the death of 28 with one escaping the calamity
106. November 29, 1967 – Aden and South Yemen were evacuated by the British
107. November 29, 1967 – The World Bank gets a new president Robert McNamara
108. November 29, 1968 – announcement of the collection of songs, “Two Virgins” by John Lennon and Yoko Ono in the UK
109. November 29, 1969 – “Come Together/Something” by The Beatles achieves the #1 position
110. November 29, 1970 – debut performance of “Yale-Princeton” by Charles Ives
111. November 29, 1970 – Colin Cowdrey, England batsman turns 22 on the third day of the 1st cricket test against Australia in Brisbane. The match was a draw. He was rated a leading run achiever and exceeds the score achieved by his countryman Wally Hammond, – 7249 runs
112. November 29, 1979 – First professional golf championship played at Walt Disney World
113. November 29, 1971 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk, USSR
114. November 29, 1972 – The first commercially viable video play entitled Pong was announced by Nolan Bushnell, Co-founder of Atari in Andy Capp’s Tavern in Sunnyvale, California
115. November 29, 1974 – a special memorial service for Coco, the Clown, (Nicolai Poliakoff) at St Paul’s Cathedral, London, England
116. November 29, 1975 – Volcano Kilauea in Hawaii becomes active
117. November 29, 1975 – US President Gerald Ford wants the state to impart free education for the especially disabled persons
118. November 29, 1975 – The National Party in New Zealand guided by Robert Muldoon gets majority votes
119. November 29, 1976 – NY Yankees and Reggie Jackson agree on 5 years
120. November 29, 1978 –The Palestinian people and the United Nations held an international day of unity though the US and other 20 nations had refused
121. November 29, 1978 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk, USSR
122. November 29, 1979 – Atomic test by US at Nevada Test place
123. November 29, 1981 – last show of “My Fair Lady” at Uris Theater, NYC after 119 presentations
124. November 29, 1981 – In a cricket match against Pakistan, Greg Chappell makes 201 runs at The Gabba (Brisbane)
125. November 29, 1981 – The Iranian army and central front engage in severe war
126. November 29, 1982 – atomic test by USSR below the surface

127. November 29, 1983 – atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalotinsk, USSR
128. November 29, 1984 – In a cricket match, Javed Miandad scores 200 against NZ in Hyderabad
129. November 29, 1987 – last show of “Dreamgirls” at Ambassador Theater NYC after 177 shows
130. November 29, 1987 – Edmonton Eskimos vanquish Toronto Argonauts, 38-36 to achieve their 10th successive championship title at the 75th CFL Grey Cup, BC Place, Vancouver
131. November 29, 1987 – Atomic test by France at Mururoa islands
132. November 29, 1987 – Joe Montana of the SF 49ers achieve NFL successfully 22 passes
133. November 29, 1987 – During the NFL season, New Orleans Saints achieve their first win
134. November 29, 1987 – The goal scored by Bob Frosse of the Rangers against the NY Islanders was disqualified and it was not accounted against his credit
135. November 29, 1987 – The detonation caused by the Korean Air Boeing 77 over the Thai-Burmese territory killed 115 people
136. November 29, 1989 – 60,000 fans witness the Wrestling, UFW U-Cosmos
137. November 29, 1989 – Rajiv Gandhi steps down in India
138. November 29, 1990 – premiere of “Shogun-The Musical at Marquis Theatre NYC to give 72 shows
139. November 29, 1990 – Claude Brochu, President of Expos consents to purchase the club from Charles Bronfman
140. November 29, 1990 – The UN Security Council fixes January 15, 1991, as the last date by which Iran to withdraw from Kuwait and authorize the use of force in the Persian Gulf as per the request from the US
141. November 29, 1991 – TV entertainment ‘Roc” shows a gay marriage chapter – Can’t Help Loving That Man
142. November 29, 1991 – Javagal Srinath’s first cricket match against Australia at the Gabba
143. November 29, 1992 – premiere of “Sea Gull” at Lyceum Theater NYC to make 48 shows
144. November 29, 1992 – Calgary Stampeders defeat Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 24-10. QB Dough Flutie, MVP scores 33 of 49 for 480 yards and 2 Touchdowns
145. November 29, 1993 – premiere of “Abe Lincoln in Illinois” at Beaumont Theater NYC to give 40 presentations
146. November 29, 1994 – 600th anniversary of its creation rejoiced in Seoul, Korea
147. November 29, 1994 – 2nd recording in a studio, a collection of music, “My Life” by Mary J Blige announced (Billboard Music Award Top R&B Album, 1995)
148. November 29, 1995 – Last show of “Garden District” at Circle in the Sq. Theater, NYC
149. November 29, 1995 – establishment of a financial network, CNN, by Turner Enterprises
150. November 29, 1995 – The export of oil from the Alaskan North Slope which had been prohibited in 1973 due to the ban on oil restraint by Arab oil producers, was permitted by an order of US President Bill Clinton
151. November 29, 1997 – USAir Stadium, an indoor stadium, concludes
152. November 29, 1997 – The quantity of oil produced by OPEC increased to 27.5 million barrels per day during the first half of 1998
153. November 29, 1998 – In a high-quality all-Spanish final play, Alex Corretja, achieves a spectacular show to defeat Carlos Moya, 3-6,3-6,7-5,6-3,7-5 and earns his only ATP Tour World Championship tennis title in Hanover, Germany

21st Century – November 29 This Day In History – The 2000s

154. November 29, 2001 – The Oil-for-Food package for Iraq was extended by another six months unanimously by the UN Security Council
155. November 29, 2005 – establishment of a new Croatian Communist Party (KPH) in Vukovar
156. November 29, 2007 – The soldiers who were following Senator Antonia’s rebel, the army of the Philippines capture The Peninsula of Manila
157. November 29, 2007 – An earthquake of 7.4 strength strikes the northern coast of Martinique affecting the Eastern Caribbean up to Puerto Rico and in the south Trinidad
158. November 29, 2009 – Montreal Alouettes move behind from Saskatchewan Roughriders and defeat them, 28-27 at the CFL Grey Cup, McMahan Stadium, Calgary
159. November 29, 2009 – Russian tennis star, Nikolay Davydenko defeats Argentine star Juan Martin del Potro in the ATP Tour Finals in London. This was Nikolay Davydenko’s only ATP Tennis title
160. November 29, 2010 – a musical, single, “Rolling in the Deep” by Adele announced (Billboard Song of the Year 2011, Grammy Award for Record of the Year and Song of the Year 2012)
161. November 29, 2012 – bombardment of Hillah and Karbala in Iraq; there were 30 causalities and 100 injured
162. November 29, 2012 – The position of Palestine changed from that of observer to observer state, as per the voting by the UN
163. November 29, 2012 – appointment of Luiz Felipe Scolari as coach for the Brazilian Football team
164. November 29, 2015 – Great Britain defeats Belgium in Ghent, 6-3,7-5,6-3 and it was their first victory since 1936
165. November 29, 2015 – In a heavyweight championship title, Tyson Fury of Britain vanquishes Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko to achieve his World heavyweight championship title in Dusseldorf
166. November 29, 2015 – Lewis Hamilton, British Mercedes driver, achieves his 3rd and 2nd successive win in the Abu Dhabi F1 Grand Prix by 59 points from his fellow player Nico Rosberg
167. November 29, 2015 – Edmonton Eskimos defeat Ottawa Red blacks, 26-20 to obtain their 14th Championship title at CFL Grey Cup, Investors Group Field, Winnipeg
168. November 29, 2016 – Darren Sharper, ex-NFL player was convicted of rape in several cases and sentenced to 20 years in jail
169. November 29, 2017 – the dismissal of Matt Lauer, an American TV entertainer on “Today” on charges of sexual misbehavior
170. November 29, 2017 – As the court announced its judgment of a 20-year jail, Bosnian war criminal Slobodan Pralja kills himself by consuming poison in the court in Hague
171. November 29, 2018 – a rebellion by Indian farmers demonstrating against agricultural catastrophe in front of Parliament in Delhi

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