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Famous Events For November 3

Famous Events For November 3 – Today In History

What Happened on November 3 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 3 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 3, 0644 – A Persian slave assassinates Umar ibn al-Khattab, second Muslim Chief
2. November 3, 1394 – Charles VI banishes Jews from France
3. November 3, 1468 – Liege is dismissed by Charles I of the army of Burgundy
4. November 3, 1493 – The island of Dominica, a settlement of Kalinago was discovered by Christopher Columbus
5. November 3, 1327 – installation of Ferdinand of Austria/Bohemia as emperor of Hungary
6. November 3, 1529 – Reformation Parliament assembles for the first time in London
7. November 3, 1534 – Henry VIII and future sovereigns become Head of the Church of England as per the Bill of Supremacy approved by the legislature of England
8. November 3, 1620 – Permission granted for the establishment of a settlement in Plymouth
9. November 3, 1629 – Celebration of the event of Prince Frederick Henry in The Hague
10. November 3, 1640 – a Parliament which lasted from 1640 to 1653 constituted

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11. November 3, 1655 – an agreement between England and France for peace and financial matters
12. November 3, 1656 – an agreement between Russia and Poland against the Swedish agreement is known as the Treaty of Vilnius
13. November 3, 1676 – Ahmed Kiprulu is replaced by Kara Mustafa as Chief of Turkey

18th Century – What Happened on November 3 – The 1700s

14. November 3, 1716 – The Polish empire assured Saxon ruler August I by an agreement by Chief Peter the Great at the Treaty of Warsaw
15. November 3, 1752 – and unsuccessful surgical intervention for the eye of George Frideric Handel
16. November 3, 1760 – Prussia conquers Austria at the wear at Torgau
17. November 3, 1762 – agreement between Britain and Spain at Paris
18. November 3, 1762 – Spain annexes Louisiana
19. November 3, 1783 – Continental Army dismissed by an order of Washington
20. November 3, 1783 – The last person to be executed in public in London was John Austin, a person operating on foot who became a murderer
21. November 3, 1791 – a large number of army men (637) lost their lives when Indians attacked General St Clair at the War of Wabash

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22. November 3, 1793 – Olympe de Gouges, a French national, a dramatist, reporter and suffragette, was executed
23. November 3, 1794 – Maastricht was captured by the French army
24. November 3, 1796 – installation of John Adams as the 2nd president of the United States of America.

19th Century – November 3 This Day That Year – The 1800s

25. November 3, 1812 – Napoleon lost the battle at Vyazma
26. November 3, 1813 – an Indian village at Talladega was Ala demolished by the American army guided by General Coffee
27. November 3, 1820 – independence granted to Cuenca (Santa Ana de los Rios de Cuenca), Ecuador
28. November 3, 1838 – the extensively circulated daily The Times of India was founded as The Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce
29. November 3, 1839 – Britain’s war with China over British trade in China; 2 British warships were deployed against Chinese
30. November 3, 1839 – autonomy of religion declared in Turkey

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31. November 3, 1848 – Amendments to the Constitution of Netherlands approved by Johan Thorbeckes
32. November 3, 1856 – Canton shelled by British Navy
33. November 3, 1861 – South Carolina commences the war of Port Royal at the Port Royal and the US Union is victorious
34. November 3, 1862 – War for two days between small vessels with weapons at Bayou Teche, a water route in Louisiana
35. November 3, 1863 – during the American Civil War, the Battle of Grand Coteau took place in Southwestern Louisiana
36. November 3, 1867 – Giuseppe Garibaldi was defeated by the combined forces of the French and Papal armies at the war at Mentana
37. November 3, 1868 – John W. Menard, Louisiana was the first black member of the US legislature
38. November 3, 1868 – Republican Ulysses Grant defeats Horatio Seymour (D) in the US Presidential ballot
39. November 3, 1869 – establishment of the Canada’s Hamilton Football Club
40. November 3, 1874 – installation of James Theodore Holly as bishop of Haiti
41. November 3, 1883 – ethnic rebellion in Danville Virginia
42. November 3, 1883 – ruling by the US Supreme Court denying control of federal courts over Native American tribal Council
43. November 3, 1883 – Black Bart, self-styled outlaw, ‘the poet’ runs away with his booty of a carriage leaving evidence causing his detention later.

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44. November 3, 1885 – The Chinese were asked to leave Tacoma by force, and their houses, and business was also demolished by a group of unlawful persons
45. November 3, 1886 – the arrival of Friars of Tilburg at Curacao
46. November 3, 1888 – debut symphony by Concert worker under the guidance of Willem Kes in Amsterdam
47. November 3, 1889 – The first Roman Catholic Union was established by Chaplain Ariens
48. November 3, 1896 – copyright granted to JH Hunter for inventing moveable weighing instruments
49. November 3, 1896 – the first woman of Utah to be voted as a legislator was Martha Hughes Cannon
50. November 3, 1896 – In the US Presidential, William McKinley (R) vanquishes William Jennings Bryan (D)
51. November 3, 1899 – In a heavyweight box championship competition, James J. Jeffries defeats Tom Sharkey in 25 for the title

20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 3 – The 1900s

52. November 3, 1900 – Inauguration of the first US automobile show at Madison Square Garden (NYC)
53. November 3, 1903 – Panama granted freedom from Columbia
54. November 3, 1903 – installation of Giovanni Giolitti as Prime Minister of Italy; being very liberal and reformist he was supposed to hold that position for the next ten years to achieve reforms in labor, social, and agriculture.

55. November 3, 1905 – political detainees were granted clemency by the Chief Nicholas II of Russia by a decree
56. November 3, 1906 – A global misery code “SOS” was adopted by the International Radiotelegraph Conference in Berlin as a typical code for help
57. November 3, 1908 – The Republican Candidate William Howard Taft defeated Willian Jennings Bryan in the 27th U.S. Presidential
58. November 3, 1911 – to compete with the Ford Model T car, Automobile Manufacturing Co., steps into the automobile market.
59. November 3, 1913 – Mary Phelps Jacob granted copyrights for inventing the modern bra
60. November 3, 1916 – Britain gains control over Qatar by an agreement
61. November 3, 1917 – postage at 3 cents per ounce is charged on US mail
62. November 3, 1918 – kingdom of Austro-Hungary disbanded
63. November 3, 1918 – Russia grants freedom to Poland after WWI
64. November 3, 1918 – The German navy at Kiel mutinied to set up a board of workers and sailors
65. November 3, 1920 – inauguration of “Emperor Jones” at Provincetown Theatre
66. November 3, 1922 – Prince Andreas was expelled for life by the Greek legislature
67. November 3, 1926 – stepping down of Ty Cobb as Manager of Detroit Tigers
68. November 3, 1927 – torrential rain of 22.3 cm at Somerset, Vermont
69. November 3, 1927 – debut performance of the musical “Connecticut Yankee” by Rodgers and Hart in NYC

70. November 3, 1927 – 84 perished in a severe cyclone in Winooski River Valley, Vermont
71. November 3, 1928 – Change over from Arabic characters to Roman alphabet in Turkey
72. November 3, 1930 – the inauguration of an underpass for vehicular movement to a different nation (Detroit-Windsor)
73. November 3, 1930 – Bank of Italy was given a new name Bank of America
74. November 3, 1930 – Getulio Dornelles Vargas takes over as the chief of the temporary administration of Brazil after a violent less military rebellion on October 24
75. November 3, 1931 – artificial rubber production commenced
76. November 3, 1934 – Lou Gehrig achieves a triple Crown but he was denied the AL MVP and given to Mickey Cochran
77. November 3, 1934 – Dizzy Dean awarded the NL MVP
78. November 3, 1935 – George II reclaims kingdom in Greece after 12 years
79. November 3, 1935 –World lengthy run achieved by Kitei Son in 2:26:42
80. November 3, 1936 – President Franklin D. Roosevelt voted for the 2nd term in office when he vanquished Republican presidential hopeful Alf Landon in an irregular voting in the history of America as far as the ballot is concerned
81. November 3, 1937 – Maurice Archambaud travels a distance of 45.796 km in one hour on a bicycle considered to be the world’s best
82. November 3, 1937 – All-Stars defeat Montreal, 6-5 in Mont at the NHL Howie Morenz Memorial play
83. November 3, 1939 – Debut performance of “Margin for Error” by Clare Booth in NYC
84. November 3, 1941 – unsuccessful agreement between Hirohiti and Yamamoto to assault Pearl Harbour
85. November 3, 1942 – War at El Alamein enters the 12th day
86. November 3, 1942 – Joe Gordon of the Yanks declared AL Most Valuable Player despite Ted Williams achieving the Triple Crown
87. November 3, 1942 – Mort Cooper achieves the AL MVP
88. November 3, 1942 – William L. Dawson from Chicago voted to Congress

89. November 3, 1943 – debut performance of Dmitri Shostakovich at the 8th musical in Moscow
90. November 3, 1943 – Aircraft P-47D attacked above North Holland
91. November 3, 1944 – The combined armies of the friendly countries arrive at Westkapelle on the island of Walcheren belonging to the Dutch
92. November 3, 1944 – Germans vanquished in Vlissingen
93. November 3, 1944 – The administration in Hungary supporting German defense ran away
94. November 3, 1944 – seizure of Schmidt Hurtgenwald by the US 28th Army division
95. November 3, 1945 – Lindsay Hassett of Australian Services achieves 187 and 124* runs at Delhi
96. November 3, 1946 – The revised constitution of Japan approved by Emperor Hirohito
97. November 3, 1948 – All-Stars defeat Toronto, 3-1 in the 2nd NHL All-Start Game at Chicago
98. November 3, 1952 – ice-covered peas sold by Clarence Birdseye
99. November 3, 1952 – remonstration by Egypt against the payback system by Germany to Israel
100. November 3, 1953 – The regulation regarding the suspended 1939 sacrifice fly rule in baseball has been reintroduced.
101. November 3, 1953 – live telecast of color transmission through TV across the country in the US
102. November 3, 1953 – premiere of ‘Tokyo’ s Japanese movie guided by Yasujiro Ozu, featuring Chishu Ryu, Chiko Higashiyama, and Setsuko Hara
103. November 3, 1954 – Max Born & Walter Bothe shared the Nobel Prize for physics
104. November 3, 1955 – discovery of disease-causing microbes
105. November 3, 1955 – Puan Peron, Argentine ex-president visits Nicaragua
106. November 3, 1955 – Cocos Island annexed to Australia
107. November 3, 1955 – Bernardus J. Alfrink assumes charge as archbishop of Utrecht
108. November 3, 1956 – premiere of ‘The Wizard of Oz’ on CBS-TV
109. November 3, 1957 – spacecraft Sputnik 2 with Laika, a dog on board, by USSR. This is the first animal sent to space
110. November 3, 1958 – Atomic test by USSR

111. November 3, 1959 – Mapai political party headed by David Ben-Gurion sweeps the Israeli parliamentary voting
112. November 3, 1960 – premiere of “Unsinkable Molly Brown” by Tammy Grimes at Winter Garden NYC to give 532 presentations
113. November 3, 1960 – Constitution of Ivory Coast approved
114. November 3, 1960 – Cy Young Award achieved by Pittsburgh Pirates’ Vern Law
115. November 3, 1961 – The vacancy caused by the death of Dag Hammarskjold in an airplane accident, was filled by the UN by electing U Thant as Acting Secretary General.
116. November 3, 1962 – Atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya USSR
117. November 3, 1962 – In a basketball play, Wilt Chamberlain of SF Warriors achieved 71 points Vs LA Lakers
118. November 3, 1963 – LPGA Cavern Golf Open was won by Marilynn Smith
119. November 3, 1963 – Joe Weatherly triumphs in the 14th NASCAR Sprint Cup
120. November 3, 1964 – Republican presidential hopeful Barry Goldwater was defeated by Lyndon B.Johnson, by a massive majority, to become the President of the US
121. November 3, 1964 – the populace of Philadelphia agrees to construct an arena costing $25 million
122. November 3, 1964 – Inhabitants of Washington DC are made eligible to exercise their voting rights, since 1800
123. November 3, 1965 – NL Cy Young Award achieved by Boston’s Jim Lonborg
124. November 3, 1967 – commencement of the goriest battle, The Battle of Dak during the Vietnam War
125. November 3, 1968 – Bob Packwood is voted to represent Oregon as its Senator
126. November 3, 1968 – Georgios Papandreou, ex-prime minister, cremated
127. November 3, 1968 – LPGA Canyon Ladies Golf Classic achieved by Kathy Whitworth
128. November 3, 1968 – Jim Turner, of NY Jets, scores 6 field goals to vanquish Buffalo 25-21
129. November 3, 1968 – Graham Hill achieves the 19th Formula One WDC by 12 points
130. November 3, 1969 – The President of Congo, Mobuto arrives in Belgium
131. November 3, 1970 – premiere of “President’s Daughter” at Billy Rose Theatre NYC to give 72 presentations
132. November 3, 1970 – NL Cy Young Award given to Bob Gibson
133. November 3, 1970 – slow reduction in the strength of the army in Vietnam assured by US President Richard Nixon
134. November 3, 1970 – Salvador Allende, a Marxist, installed as President of Chile
135. November 3, 1971 – debut performance of ‘Play Misty For Me”
136. November 3, 1973 – Spacecraft Mariner 10 hurled into space
137. November 3, 1974 – valedictory of “Lorelei” at Palace Theatre after 320 presentations
138. November 3, 1974 – LPGA Golf Classic achieved by Chako Higuchi
139. November 3, 1975 – debut performance of ‘Good Morning America’ on ABC

140. November 3, 1975 – Ann Landers, a US journalist and advisor for Good Housekeeping requests parents in a survey through mail whether they would like to have children, and 70% of the parents replied in the negative
141. November 3, 1976 – LPGA/Japan Mizuno Gold achieved by Donna Caponi
142. November 3, 1977 – LPGA Mizuno-Japan Golf Classic achieved by Debbie Massey
143. November 3, 1978 – premiere of “Different Strokes” on NBC TV
144. November 3, 1978 – The UK grants freedom to Dominica and its new Constitution approved
145. November 3, 1978 – LPGA Mizuno-Japan Golf Classic achieved by Michiko Okada
146. November 3, 1978 – agreement for peace and friendship between USSR and Vietnam
147. November 3, 1979 – five people lost their lives during a rebellion against a Ku Klux Klan protest in NC
148. November 3, 1979 – LPGA Mizuno Japan Golf Classic awarded to Amy Alcott
149. November 3, 1979 – Moroccan assault Polisario Front
150. November 3, 1980 – Debut performance of “5th of July” by Ianford Wilson in NYC
151. November 3, 1980 – appointment of Walter Hass Jr. as CEO of Oakland A’s
152. November 3, 1981 – Rollie Fingers achieves the AL Cy Young Award
153. November 3, 1981 – AL Cy Young awarded to Pete Vuckovich of Milwaukee successively twice
154. November 3, 1983 – Democratic candidate Jesse Jackson commences his first electioneering for the presidency
155. November 3, 1983 – inauguration of Nashville Network cable TV Transmission
156. November 3, 1984 – In a 3-day rebellion in India against Sikh claims 3000 lives
157. November 3, 1984 – The body of Indira Gandhi, Prime Minister of India, consigned to flame
158. November 3, 1985 – victory for Radical Burgerunie, the political party guided by President Alfonsin in Argentine voting for assembly
159. November 3, 1985 – LPGA Nichirei Cup Team Match Golf Tournament achieved by Jan Stephenson
160. November 3, 1985 – Alain Prost triumphs by 20 points in the 36th Formula One WDC
161. November 3, 1986 – agreement on Compact of Free Associations between the US and the United States of Micronesia
162. November 3, 1986 – installation of Joaquim Chissano as president of Mozambique
163. November 3, 1986 – The musical “Menlove Avenue” by John Lennon announced after his death
164. November 3, 1986 – The sale of armaments secretly to Iran by the US was disclosed by a journal Ash Shirra, a Lebanese periodical
165. November 3, 1986 – In association with the US, the Northern Mariana Islands becomes a member of the Commonwealth
166. November 3, 1987 – AL Rookie of the Year award bestowed on Oakland first batsman Mark McGwire
167. November 3, 1987 – The share value of Dow Jones, though had gained five times successively, had come down to 50.56
168. November 3, 1987 – Gordon Gould had to fight for 30 years for recognition as the creator of the laser and get copyrights for his invention
169. November 3, 1988 – An Afghan aircraft with military equipment destroyed by Pakistan, as demanded by Pakistan
170. November 3, 1988 – The credit-card disclosure bill becomes an Act with the approval of President Regan
171. November 3, 1988 – Teaching of the Hebrew language permitted in the Soviet Union
172. November 3, 1988 – during the recording for a TV, TV show presenter Geraldo Rivera was wounded on the nose, as Roy Innis quarreled with the members of skinheads
173. November 3, 1989 – many Bulgarians display in Sofia demanding autonomy
174. November 3, 1989 – Lou Piniella was designated as the manager of the Reds substituting debarred Pete Rose
175. November 3, 1989 – In their first NBA play, Minn Timberwolves were defeated by Seattle, 106-94
176. November 3, 1990 – Gro Harlem Brundtland assumes charge as Prime Minister of Norway
177. November 3, 1991 – Liz McColgan from Scotland was victorious in the 21st NYC Women’s lengthy run in 2:27
178. November 3, 1991 – Salvador Garcia of Mexico triumphs in the 22nd NYC Lengthy run in 2:09:28
179. November 3, 1991 – The tiniest Formula One ever played achieved by Ayrton Senna
180. November 3, 1991 – Ayrton Senna achieves the 42nd Formula One, WDC by 24 points
181. November 3, 1992 – Bill Clinton of the Democratic Party defeats the current President George H.W.Bush to become the President of the USA

182. November 3, 1992 – The first African American woman to be voted to the US Senate was Carol Moseley Brown
183. November 3, 1992 – a single musical, “I Will Always Love You” (with a cover of Dolly Parton) announced by Whitney Houston. This song was rated as Billboard Song of the Year 1993.
184. November 3, 1992 – premiere of “Rage Against the Machine” by the Rock band of the same name containing a solo “Killing in the Name”
185. November 3, 1993 – Ken Daneyko competes in 322 plays breaking the best of NJ Devil’s “Ironman”
186. November 3, 1994 – Discovery of spiral nebula Dwingeloo 1 by the British and Dutch astronomers
187. November 3, 1994 -hurling of spacecraft STS-66 into space
188. November 3, 1994 – Susan Smith was detained for killing who had appealed that her children were sped away in a car
189. November 3, 1994 – South America witnessed a full solar eclipse for 4 m 23sec
190. November 3, 1995 – Boston Celtics were defeated in the 1st NBA play at Fleet Centre by Mil Bucks, 101-100
191. November 3, 1995 – Port Trailblazers vanquished by Grizzlies,92-80 in the 1st NBA play at Rose Garden
192. November 3, 1995 – Toronto Raptors defeat NJ Nets 94-79 at the 1st NBA play at Skydome
193. November 3, 1996 – premiere of “It’s a Slippery Slope” at Vivian Beaumont Theatre NYC
194. November 3, 1996 – Anuta Catuna of Romania achieved the 26th NYC Women’s lengthy run in 2:28:18
195. November 3, 1996 – Giacomo Leone of Italy achieved the 27th NYC lengthy run in 2:09:54
196. November 3, 1996 – LPGA Toray Japan Queens Cup awarded to Mayumi Hirase
197. November 3, 1997 – Boston’s Nomar Garciaparra was declared as the 6th AL Rookie of the Year without anyone opposing
198. November 3, 1997 – California bans discriminative action favoring oppressed class of people.
199. November 3, 1997 – the championship of Champions Golf Club achieved by David Duval
200. November 3, 1997 – Scott Rolen of the Phillies selected Rookie of the Year unopposed
201. November 3, 1998 – debut performance of “Shakespeare in Love” guided by John Madden featuring Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes in New York (selected for best picture 1999)
202. November 3, 1998 – musical “400 Degreez”, third collection of music by Juvenile announced (Billboard #1-year end Top R&B Hip Hop Albums 1999)

21st Century – November 3 This Day In History – The 2000s

203. November 3, 2003 – Pat LaFontaine was awarded the Hockey Hall of Fame
204. November 3, 2007 – Emergency declared in Pakistan by Pervez Musharraf. The constitution was put on hold, the State of Emergency forced and the chief justice of the Supreme Court dismissed
205. November 3, 2009 – Michael Jackson, Charlie Wilson, and Chaka Khan were awarded the 23rd Soul Train Music Awards.
206. November 3, 2012 – Taftanaz airbase severely attacked by Syrian protestors
207. November 3, 2013 – In an air accident in Northern Bolivia 8 people lost their life and 10 wounded
208. November 3, 2013 – in an overloaded boat accident in Pattaya, Thailand, 6 people lost their life
209. November 3, 2013 – premiere of “Orr: My Story” by Bobby Orr, life history of Orr, at #8 place on The New York Times best-seller list for true life
210. November 3, 2014 – The caution by researchers on climate change taken seriously by the UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, and appeals for world action
211. November 3, 2014 – the inauguration of the 104-floor One World Trade Center in New York 13 years after the 11/9 destruction
212. November 3, 2015 – The first woman astride Prince of Penzance, Michelle Payne to triumph in the Melbourne Cup
213. November 3, 2015 – sale of King.com sold to Game Maker Activation Blizzard for $5.9 billion
214. November 3, 2017 – A Pakistani woman was detained for killing 17 members of the family of her husband to avoid compulsory marriage in Punjab Province

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