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Famous Events For November 30

Famous Events For November 30 – Today In History

What Happened on November 30 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 30 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 30, 0306 – St Marcellus I assume charge as Catholic Pope
2. November 30, 0722 – Boniface made preacher by Pope Gregory II
3. November 30, 1016 – the King of Denmark, Cnut the Great puts forth his claim to the English crown after the demise of Edmund Ironside
4. November 30, 1215 – The fourth assembly of Lateranen was dissolved by Pope Innocent III
5. November 30, 1406 – Angelo Correr voted as Pope Gregory XII
6. November 30, 1487 – Albert IV, Duke of Bavaria endorsed an Act in Munich, by which the bear had to be fermented using water, malt, and hops only – This was the first time in Germany that German beer Purity was made a Law

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7. November 30, 1523 – the conference of heretics prohibited in Amsterdam
8. November 30, 1554 – differences between England and Pope Julius resolved
9. November 30, 1630 – The plague epidemic eliminates 16,000 residents in Venice
10. November 30, 1648 – The New Parliament army created seizes King Charles I
11. November 30, 1678 – Roman Catholics were prohibited from becoming members of the English Parliament
12. November 30, King Charles XII defeats Russia at Narva

18th Century – What Happened on November 30 – The 1700s

13. November 30, 1700 – adoption of Gregoria almanac in Utrecht, Overijssel, Buren, Leerdam and Ijsselstein
14. November 30, 1731 – a severe earthquake devastates Beijing killing 100,000
15. November 30, 1735 – Fraternal organization known as Free Masonry prohibited in Holland
16. November 30, 1747 – announcement by the Dutch State of Zealand that governorship is inherited by women

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17. November 30, 1753 – Award of Godfrey Copley medal to Benjamin Franklin for his inquisitive R&D work on Electricity
18. November 30, 1776 – Third and final voyage to the Pacific by Captain James Cook
19. November 30, 1782 – an agreement between Britain and the US acknowledging the freedom of the US
20. November 30, 1786 – Capital punishment was banned by Grand Duke of Tuscany Leopold and was the first to end the death penalty. November 30 is celebrated as Cities for Life Day.
21. November 30, 1787 – Spanish governor departs from the Philippines

19th Century – November 30 This Day That Year – The 1800s

22. November 30, 1803 – Louisiana handed over to France by Spain
23. November 30, 1804 – prosecution against Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase started
24. November 30, 1813 – Prince Willem Frederik arrives in the Netherlands
25. November 30, 1824 – Groundbreaking ceremony at Allenburg for the construction of Welland Canal

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26. November 30, 1829 – trial runs for the Fist Welland Canal started exactly 5 years from the day the groundbreaking ceremony was held
27. November 30, 1838 – Mexico and France engage in a battle; war declared by Mexico
28. November 30, 1861 – publication of ‘All Quiet along the Potomac’ by EE Beers by Harper’s Weekly
29. November 30, 1863 – The combined armies of friendly nations leave Fort Esperanza, Texas
30. November 30, 1864 – There were 7700 deaths during the war of Franklin, Tennessee; the assault by the armies of friendly nations was a fiasco
31. November 30, 1864 – During the war of Honey Hill, South Carolina (Broad River), there were 96 deaths and 665 injured
32. November 30, 1866 – construction work started for the 1st US underwater thoroughfare subway in Chicago
33. November 30, 1868 – the sculpture of King Charles XII of Sweden was unveiled in King’s Park in Stockholm
34. November 30, 1872 – The first international football play between Scotland and England in Glasgow was a draw with neither team scoring
35. November 30, 1876 – the discovery of the gold Mask of Agamemnon by Archaeologist Heinrich, at Mycenae (modern Greece), ‘the Mona Lisa of prehistory’
36. November 30, 1885 – debut show of play “El Cid” in Paris
37. November 30, 1886 – an AC electric power plant was commissioned at Buffalo, New York for profitable exploitation
38. November 30, 1886 – premiere of the play by Folies Bergere
39. November 30, 1887 – the first baseball plays within the closed arena in Chicago
40. November 30, 1891 – circular letter on “Rerum Novarum” by Pope Leo XIII issued

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 30 – The 1900s

41. November 30, 1900 – copyright is given to a German technocrat for adopting the front-wheel drive for automobiles
42. November 30, 1900 – The report of the First Isthmian Canal Commission formed by the President to find out the best route for a canal indicates the possible route through Nicaragua over the Panama route
43. November 30, 1902 – Kid Curry Logan of Butch Cassidy’s Wild Bunch gang and the second powerful person was given 20 years of rigorous imprisonment in the American Old West
44. November 30, 1907 – inauguration of Pike Place Market in Seattle
45. November 30, 1908 – Australasia defeats USA in Melbourne (3-2) in the 8th Dais Cup
46. November 30, 1908 – The Root-Takahira agreement entered into between the US Secretary of State and Japan’s envoy in favor of an independent China with an open-door theory and for no change from the present in the Pacific

47. November 30, 1909 – Australasia defeats USA in Sydney (5-0) at the 9th Davis Cup
48. November 30, 1909 – The ‘People’s Budget’ presented by the British Prime Minister, David Lloyd George, where he attempted to tax the wealthy was rejected by the British House of Lords. This prompted a new Parliament Act to be enacted. Stops the unelected house to overrule the will of the elected parliament
49. November 30, 1912 – Hamilton Alerts vanquish Toronto Argonauts, 11-4, to achieve their only CFL Grey Cup Award at AAA Grounds, Hamilton
50. November 30, 1912 – British Isles defeat Australasia in the 11th Davis Cup at Melbourne (3-2)
51. November 30, 1915 – debut performance of “John Ferguson” by St John Ervine in Dublin
52. November 30, 1916 – Costa Rica signs the Buenos Aires patent agreement
53. November 30, 1922 – the first trial runs to ascertain the speed of the first authentic Japanese aircraft carrier Hosho
54. November 30, 1922 – 50,000 national-socialist workers hear the address by Hitler in Munich
55. November 30, 1923 – Wilhelm Marks forms a Catholic minority administration in Dutch
56. November 30, 1924 – Cleveland Bulldogs achieve their first National Football League Championship title

57. November 30, 1924 – the duplicate of a photo was sent across the Atlantic by radio (London to NYC)
58. November 30, 1924 – The army belonging to France and Belgium vacate the Ruth
59. November 30, 1928 – In his first test cricket against England, Don Bradman achieved 18 and 1 run
60. November 30, 1928 – copyright given to Vladimir K Zworykin for his invention Iconoscope TV system
61. November 30, 1929 – Hamilton Tigers defeat Regina Roughriders, 14-3 to achieve their 4th CFL Grey Cup title at AAA Grounds, Hamilton
62. November 30, 1931 – amalgamation of two organizations – His Master’s Voice and Columbia Records to form EMI
63. November 30, 1933 – Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC Camps) organized in Cleveland Park District
64. November 30, 1936 – inferno destroys the Crystal Palace in London (built in 1851)
65. November 30, 1937- Clint Frank, Yale (HB) wins the 3rd Heisman Trophy
66. November 30, 1938 – unsuccessful rebellion in Romania
67. November 30, 1938 – Lawyers belonging to the Jewish community were prohibited
68. November 30, 1939 – first performance of “Mornings at 7” by Paul Osborn in NYC
69. November 30, 1939 – Finland attacked by USSR; bombs dropped on Helsinki
70. November 30, 1940 – Ottawa defeats Toronto Balmy Beach, 8-2 to win the CFL Grey Cup (Play 1) at Varsity Stadium, Toronto

71. November 30, 1941 – Nyack-Tarrytown ferry, aged 101 years performed its final trip
72. November 30, 1941 – discussion between Hirohito, the Japanese Emperor, and military chiefs Shimada and Nagano
73. November 30, 1942 – submarine (Under boats) destroys 142 vessels belonging to combined friendly nations (877,774 tons)
74. November 30, 1942 – nighttime naval battle at Tassafaronga, Guadalcanal between the United States and Imperial Japan
75. November 30, 1942 – stepping down of Bill Terry as supervisor of the NY Giants minor league system
76. November 30, 1942 – detonation in a German vessel Uckermark, earlier known as Altmark, makes the ship drown in the sea off Yokohama
77. November 30, 1944 – The HMS Vanguard, the biggest and the last British warship commissioned
78. November 30, 1946 – Toronto Argonauts win their 7th Championship and hold the title 28-6 against Winnipeg Blue Bombers at the CFL Grey Cup, Varsity Stadium, Toronto
79. November 30, 1946 – Cricket legend Bradman achieves 187 runs in the first Test Cricket against England at the Gabba
80. November 30, 1947 – Jewish colony assaulted a day after UN gives its verdict on Israel
81. November 30, 1948 – Negro National Baseball League dissolved
82. November 30, 1948 – Manager and Player Lou Boudreau nominated for AL MVP
83. November 30, 1948 – a distinct public administration in East Berlin set up by the USSR

84. November 30, 1948 – The Labor Government headed by Peter Fraser made to resign following the landslide victory of the National Party guided by Sidney Holland during the voting in New Zealand
85. November 30, 1949 – seizure of Chungking city by Chinese Communists
86. November 30, 1949 – TV Transmission channel 6 commences airing in Tulsa, OK (CBS)
87. November 30, 1950 – Warning of dropping the atomic bomb on China by US President Harry Truman
88. November 30, 1952 – racism charges by Jackie Robinson against NY Yankees
89. November 30, 1953 – French para-troopers guided by Colonel De Castries assault Dien Bien Phu
90. November 30, 1953 – The Governor of Uganda, Sir Andrew Cohen, overthrows Edward Mutesa II, Kabak of Buganda, and sends him to London
91. November 30, 1954 – Ann Hodges was hit by a meteor and suffered minor injury; this was the first known occurrence of a meteorite hitting a man
92. November 30, 1954 – Alan Ameche, wins the 20th Heisman Trophy Award
93. November 30, 1954 – D.F. Malan steps down to make way for John Strydom as Prime Minister of South Africa
94. November 30, 1955 – premiere of “Pipe Dream” at Shubert Theater NYC to give 245 shows
95. November 30, 1955 – The administration in Argentina dismisses the Peronistic party
96. November 30, 1956 – video recording used for the first time on TV
97. November 30, 1956 – Floyd Patterson defeats Archie Moor in the 5th round to win the heavyweight boxing title. Floyd Patterson was the youngest (at 21 years, 10 months, 3 weeks, 5 days) and the first Olympic gold medalist to achieve a victory in a professional boxing title.
98. November 30, 1956 – 200m sprint Olympic Gold was achieved by Australian Betty Cuthbert at the Melbourne Plays; she defeated Christa Stubnick four days earlier in the 100-meter dash
99. November 30, 1956 – Milt Campbell achieves a total of 7937 points to defeat Rafer Johnson, world record holder, and to achieve gold in the decathlon held at Melbourne Games; defeats Stubnick in the 100 m final 4 days earlier

100. November 30, 1956 – men’s 100m swimming best score of 55.4 was created by Jon Henricks at the Melbourne Olympics; John Devitt and Gary Chapman win inconsequential medals
101. November 30, 1956 – 10000m men’s boat peddling Olympic gold won by Gert Fredriksson of Sweden at Melbourne Olympic; also won his 3rd successive K-1 1000m gold on the previous Summer Olympics.
102. November 30, 1957 – last show of “Happy Hunting” at Majestic Theater NYC after 413 shows
103. November 30, 1957 – Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeat Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 32-7 to win their 2nd title, at CFL Grey Cup, Varsity Stadium, Toronto
104. November 30, 1957 – during an unsuccessful attempt on the life of Indonesian President Sukarno, 8 people killed
105. November 30, 1958 – ss “Dewey”, The guided-missile destroyer, the Dewey was commissioned at Bath Iron Works, Maine
106. TV transmission channel 7 started in Buffalo, NY on ABC
107. November 30, 1959 – appointment of Joe Foss as the first commissioner of the AFL
108. November 30, 1959 – Los Angeles Ram select Billy Cannon from LSU from the 1960 NFL panel of names
109. November 30, 1960 – French Senate censures constructing its atomic armaments
110. November 30, 1960 – debut show of ‘All the Way Home by Tad Mosels in NYC
111. November 30, 1961 – NL Rookie of the Year awarded to Billy Williams of the Cubs
112. November 30, 1961 – Kuwait’s request for membership in the UN was rejected by USSR in the UN
113. November 30, 1962 – appointment of U Thant of Burma as the 3rd Secretary General of the United Nations
114. November 30, 1963 – Hamilton Tiger-Cats vanquish BC Lions, 21-10 at CFL Grey Cup, Empire Stadium, Vancouver
115. November 30, 1963 – debut performance of “Uberlebenssgross Herr Krott” by Martin Walser in Stuttgart
116. November 30, 1964 – Space probe Zond 2 was sent toward Mars by the USSR with no information coming from the probe

117. November 30, 1966 – Great Britain grants freedom to Barbados; this day is the National Day
118. November 30, 1966 – shifting of Radio time signal WWV from Greenbelt, Maryland
119. November 30, 1967 – The agreement of marriage between Julie Nixon and David Eisenhower made public
120. November 30, 1967 – Britain transfers Kuria Muria Islands to Oman
121. November 30, 1967 – Freedom granted to the People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen by the UK
122. November 30, 1967 – announcement by Senator Eugene McCarthy to be a presidential candidate advocating anti-Vietnam war theme
123. On November 30, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto founded the Pakistan People’s Party. He first held the Chairmanship of the party; later became the Head of the state and Head of the government after the 1971 Civil War
124. November 30, 1968 – Ottawa Rough Riders vanquish Calgary Stampeder, 24-21 at the CFL Grey Cup, CNE Stadium, Toronto: the 79-yard TD run by MVP Vic Washington the Grey Cup Best score
125. November 30, 1968 – The demonstration walk by a Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association was not allowed to proceed by the Royal Ulster Constabulary as the Loyalists also made a counter march guided by Ian Paisley and Ronald Bunting
126. November 30, 1969 – Ottawa Rough Riders vanquish Saskatchewan Rough Riders, 29-11: first play of CFL Grey Cup played on a Sunday
127. November 30, 1969 – atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
128. November 30, 1971 – premiere of a TV film, “Brian’s Song” on ABC TV
129. November 30, 1971 – The Republic of Ireland announces that the accusations of cruelty against the security forces in Northern Ireland will be referred to the European Court on Human Rights
130. November 30, 1972 – Wings’ “Hi, Hi, Hi” prohibited by the BBC
131. November 30, 1972 – detonation in an unlicensed fireworks manufacturing unit in Rome, Italy, kills 15 people
132. November 30, 1973 – Jim Godman wins the Firestone Professional Bowling World Tournament of Champions
133. November 30, 1974 – last show of “Good Evening” at Plymouth Theater NYC after 438 performance
134. November 30, 1974 – last show of “Mack & Mabel” after 66 shows at Majestic Theater, NYC
135. November 30, 1974 – Islanders shut out (3-0 vs Canucks) for the 20th time
136. November 30, 1974 – the discovery of an almost full human skeleton by Donald Johanson, Maurice Taieb, Yves Coppens, and Tim White in Ethiopia’s Afar Hollow place
137. November 30, 1975 – the name of Dahomey changed to People’s Republic of Benin
138. November 30, 1976 – Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh (RB) awarded the 42nd Heisman Trophy
139. November 30, 1978 – atomic test by France
140. November 30, 1979 – Ted Koppel appointed anchor for the night news in Iran Hostages on ABC
141. November 30, 1979 – atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk, USSR
142. November 30, 1980 – last show of “Banjo Dancing” at Century Theater NYC after 38 shows
143. November 30, 1980 – premiere of “Perfectly Frank” at Helen Hayes Theater NYC to give 16 shows
144. November 30, 1980 – last show of “West Side Story” at Minskoff Theater NYC after 341 shows
145. November 30, 1980 – the plebiscite in Uruguay rejects refuses the new constitution
146. November 30, 1981 – AL Rookie of the Year Award awarded to Dave Righetti of NY Yankee
147. November 30, 1981 – adult entertainer John Holmes was detained on charges of escaping from the law
148. November 30, 1981 – Bulelani Ngcuka, an anti-apartheid lawyer in South Africa detained
149. November 30, 1981 – The United States and the Soviet Union discuss in Geneva about the modalities of cutting down intermediate-range atomic armaments in Europe. (the meetings did not arrive at any conclusion and terminated on December 17)
150. November 30, 1982 – STS-6 spacecraft shifted to the launch pad
151. November 30, 1982 – accident involving US submarine Thomas Edison and US Navy destroyer in the South China Sea
152. November 30, 1982 – atomic test by USSR
153. November 30, 1982 – 6th collection of songs, “Thriller” by Michael Jackson announced (Grammy Award Albus of the Year 1984, best-selling album of all time, Billboard Album of the Year 1983)
154. November 30, 1982 -debut show of “Gandhi” guided by Richard Attenborough and featuring Ben Kingsley and John Gielgud in New Delhi (Best Picture 1983)
155. November 30, 1983 – hijacked Alfred Heineken, beer business king, set free by police in Amsterdam
156. November 30, 1983 – a new prototype computer Model Tandy Model 2000 (80186 chip) released by Radio Shack
157. November 30, 1983 – Raul Alfonsin voted to power as President of Argentina
158. November 30, 1983 – debut show of “Fool for Love” by Sam Shepards in NYC
159. November 30, 1983 – Coach Doug Moe, advises the Denver Nuggets to let the Blazers exceed their scoring history
160. November 30, 1986 – last show of “Flamenco Puro” at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC after 40 presentations
161. November 30, 1986 – Hamilton Tiger-Cats triumph over Edmonton Eskimos, 39-15; this was the 2nd Grey Cup victory for AL Bruno, one as a coach and another as a player with Toronto Argonauts 1952 – CFL Grey Cup, BC Place, Vancouver
162. November 30, 1986 – Czech tennis legend Ivan Lendl earns over $10 million as a tennis professional and the first to reach this figure
163. November 30, 1987 – The Constitution of Afghanistan approved
164. November 30, 1988 – 317 lost their lives when a severe typhoon devastated Bangladesh and Eastern India
165. November 30, 1988 – Atomic test by France at Fangataufa Atol
166. November 30, 1988 – A businessman dealing with furs in NYC prosecutes Mike Tyson for $92,000 for default of payment of materials purchased
167. November 30, 1988 – Soviets end blocking Radio Liberty after 38 years
168. November 30, 1988 – The UN General Assembly condemns the US for not issuing vis to PLO leader Arafat (151-2)
169. November 30, 1988 – The Board of Directors approves the selling of RJR Nabisco to Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co, for USD 25.07 billion
170. November 3 November 30, 0, 1989 – the murder of Alfred Herrhausen, a member of the board of Deutsche Bank by a Red Army Faction extremist bomb
171. November 30, 1990 – Burt Lancaster, an American actor was paralyzed
172. November 30, 1990 – George H.W.Bush, President of the US, proposes to depute James Baker, Secretary of State to Baghdad to discuss with Saddam Hussein
173. November 30, 1991 – Michelle Akers totals double that of the US to defeat Norway, 2-1 at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Final, Tianhe Stadium, Guangzhou, China
174. November 30, 1991 – the dust hurricane near San Francisco caused an accident involving 93 cars and 11 trucks. 17 people lost their lives
175. November 30, 1991 – an attempt by Rob Pilatus, 27 of Milli-Vanilli to end his life
176. November 30, 1991 – Marshall Fault of San Diego State was the first to achieve the rushing and scoring championship title
177. November 30, 1992 – David Boon scores his 14th ton (111) in the Test Cricket against WI at Brisbane
178. November 30, 1992 – in an accident involving the train traveling between cities in a Village chief, 5 persons lost their life
179. November 30, 1993 – Jacksonville Jaguars awarded the 30th License by the NFL
180. November 30, 1993 – Brady Gun Control Bill approved by President Clinton
181. November 30, 1993 – an American epic play entitled “Schindler’s List” guided by Steven Spielberg and featuring Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley, and Ralph Fiennes debuts in Washington, DC (Academy Awards Best Picture 1994)
182. November 30, 1994 – a collection of songs, “Live at the BBC” by Beatles, the first one in 25 years, is announced in Britain
183. November 30, 1994 – inferno devastates a ship Achille Lauro in Somalia killing 4
184. November 30, 1994 – Man Mohan Adhikary takes the oath of secrecy as the first communist Prime Minister of Nepal
185. November 30, 1995 – Operation Desert Storm formally terminated
186. November 30, 1996 – cricketer Gary Kirsten scores 102 for 133 in the 1st innings and is followed by 329 runs in the 2nd test victory against India in Kolkata
187. November 30, 1997 – last show of “Eugene One gin” at Martin Beck Theater NYC
188. November 30, 1997 – Sweden triumphs over Us in Gothenburg (5-0) during the 86th Davis Cup
189. November 30, 1998 – Bankers Trust sold to Deutsche Bank for USD 10 billion and the largest financial organization was created
190. November 30, 1999 – The opening formalities of the WTO assembly were canceled in Seattle, Washington, United States due to demonstrations by anti-globalization march and the unpreparedness of the constabulary
191. November 30, 1999 – Amalgamation of British Aerospace and Marconi Electronic Systems to constitute a new organization BAE Systems, one of the largest defense service providers and fourth in the globe

21st Century – November 30 This Day In History – The 2000s

192. November 30, 2002 – debut show of the cooking show “Barefoot Contessa” by Ina Garten on Food Network
193. November 30, 2003 – Australia defeats Spain in Melbourne (3-1) at the 92nd Davis Cup
194. November 30, 2004 – stepping down of Tom Ridge as Homeland Security Secretary
195. November 30, 2004 – A time constant winner, Ken Jennings of Salt Lake City, Utah, of “Jeopardy” lost the game and left with USD 2,520,700
196. November 30, 2004 – airliner Lion Air Flight 538 meets with an accident and makes an emergency landing in Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia. 26 people lost their lives
197. November 30, 2005 – appointment of John Sentamu as the 97th Archbishop of York, the first black archbishop in the Church of England.
198. November 30, 2005 – Joe Thornton, Captain of the Boston Bruins joins the San Joe Sharks in a deal
199. November 30, 2006 – The artwork “Sugaring Off” by American folk artist, Grandma Moses, was sold for the best prize of $1.3 million by Christie in New York
200. November 30, 2007 – The presidential electioneering office of Hillary Clinton in Rochester, New Hampshire had a suspected visitor, Leeland Eisenberg, in possession of a bomb and took people captive for 5 hours
201. November 30, 2009 – The economic growth in Canada was 0.4% after 14 months of the financial crisis, and now on the road to recovery
202. November 30, 2009 – Jose Mujica was declared victorious in the 2nd round of voting (run-off) and named president-elect
203. November 30, 2012 – in a cargo aircraft accident to Ilyushin II-76 aircraft, in Congo, 32 people lost their life
204. November 30, 2013 – Australia defeats New Zealand, 34-2 a the 14th Rugby League World Cup
205. November 30, 2014 – hottest spring and 2nd hottest November felt in Australia
206. November 30, 2014 – Tabare Vazquez voted for the 2nd time as President of Uruguay
207. November 30, 2014 – Calgary Stampeders defeat Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 20-16 to win their 7th Championship title, CFL Grey Cup, BC Place, Vancouver
208. November 30, 2015 – members of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21) commence their 21st assembly in Paris
209. November 30, 2015 – NBA celebrity Kobe Bryant of LA Lakers, wishes to retire at the end of the season. The intention was made public
210. November 30, 2015 – Pope Francis requests visitors to the contentious place of worship (mosque) in Bangui’s PK5 city in the Central African Republic to maintain peace
211. November 30, 2016 – The addition of ‘Belgian beer’ to the Cultural Heritage list by UNESCO
212. November 30, 2017 – sexual misbehavior charges against Def Jam, founder of Russel Simmons, forces him to step down from the company
213. November 30, 2017 – Chinese actress Liu Yifei acts as Mulan in the action film being produced by Disney
214. November 30, 2017 – Rainbow for 8 hrs 58 min in Taipei’s Yangmingshan mountains was the longest recorded in the world
215. November 30, 2018 – Anchorage, Alaska experiences earthquake of 7.0 strength

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