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Famous Events For November 4

Famous Events For November 4 – Today In History

What Happened on November 4 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 4 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 4, 0922 – appointment of Richarius as bishop of Luik
2. November 4, 1333 – colossal destruction in Florence reported by Giovanni Villani of Florentine
3. November 4, 1501 – the arrival of Philip de Blank and Juana “La Loca” in Spain
4. November 4, 1519 – flood damages the Dutch/Friese coastline
5. November 4, 1520 – installation of Danish Norwegian king Christian II as King of Sweden
6. November 4, 1529 – English chief Thomas Wolsey detained for disloyalty
7. November 4, 1576 – During the war of Dutch Independence, in Flanders, the Spanish vanquish Walloon to seize Antwerp
8. November 4, 1619 – installation of Frederick V as king of Bohemia
9. November 4, 1631 – appointment of Ferdinand of Austria as land and property caretaker of South Netherlands

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10. November 4, 1645 – Prince Frederick Henry captures Hulst
11. November 4, 1646 – Those refuting that the Holy Bible is God’s word are given capital punishment in Massachusetts
12. November 4, 1675 – cyclone strikes Western Europe causing flood in Amsterdam

18th Century – What Happened on November 4 – The 1700s

13. November 4, 1737 – unveiling of The Teatro di San Carlo in Naples
14. November 4, 1771 – debut performance of “Le Bourru Bienfaisant” by Carlo Goldoni in Paris
15. November 4, 1783 – debut performance of “Symphony No.36” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Linz, Austria

19th Century – November 4 This Day That Year – The 1800s

16. November 4, 1819 – sale of 13,000 acres of land by Maori Chiefs Hongi Hika and Rewa for 48 axes to the Church Missionary Society in Kerikeri, New Zealand
17. November 4, 1839 – massive Armed revolt known as The Newport Rising against the power in Britain
18. November 4, 1841 – First coach train comes to California

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19. November 4, 1845 – uniform election day at the national level in the US
20. November 4, 1846 – copyright is given to Benjamin Palmer for inventing false leg
21. November 4, 1852 – installation of Count Camillo Benso di Cavour as Prime Minister of Piedmont Sardinia, soon to become Italy
22. November 4, 1854 – a tower built to emit light for navigational purposes on Alcatraz Island
23. November 4, 1856 – James Buchanan voted to power as the 15th US President
24. November 4, 1861 – inauguration of the University of Washington in Seattle
25. November 4, 1862 – copyright is given to Dr. Richard Gatling for inventing the machine gun in Indianapolis
26. November 4, 1864 – allied forces attack Johnsonville, Tennessee
27. November 4, 1864 – Naval warfare at Reynoldsburg Island
28. November 4, 1866 – Venetia becomes a part of the Kingdom of Italy
29. November 4, 1867 – rocks transported from Telegraph Hill, San Francisco using 90 barrels of powder to build a seawall
30. November 4, 1873 – copyright is given to Dentist John Beers of San Francisco for the construction of gold crown to the teeth
31. November 4, 1874 – Samuel J. Tilden voted to power as governor of NY
32. November 4, 1875 – in an accident involving the passenger ship, “Pacific” and another ship “Orpheus” off Cape Flattery, Washington, 236 people lost their lives
33. November 4, 1875 – The constitution of Tonga approved
34. November 4, 1875 – An Association of Massachusetts Rifle inaugurated in Boston
35. November 4, 1876 – debut performance of the 1st Concerto in C scale by Johannes Brahms in Karlsruhe, Grand Duchy of Baden
36. November 4, 1879 – copyright given to African American Thomas Elkins for chilling gadget
37. November 4, 1879 – James Ritty invents the first cash register to avoid theft by staff in his bar in Dayton, Ohio

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38. November 4, 1884 – Grover Cleveland, a Democrat, defeats James G. Blaine, a Republican, to become the President of the US, for his first presidential tenure
39. November 4, 1886 – debut performance of “Ophelia” by Edward MacDowell
40. November 4, 1889 – Players League founded independent of NL in baseball
41. November 4, 1890 – Zanzibar is treated as a territory of Great Britain
42. November 4, 1890 – inauguration of the first underground station at Stockwell, South London by Prince of Wales
43. November 4, 1890 – debut performance of “Prince Igor” by Alexander Borodin in Petersburg
44. November 4, 1893 – Bulawayo, Matabeleland captured by the army of the British South Africa Company under the command of Dr.Jamesons

20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 4 – The 1900s

45. November 4, 1901 – Debut performance of “Way of the World” by Clyde Fitch in NYC
46. November 4, 1903 – The bulletin that the rebels had announced the independent Republic of Panama surprised Panama and Columbia
47. November 4, 1904 – First arena constructed mainly for football (Harvard Stadium)
48. November 4, 1905 – Harbor workers in Rotterdam stop work protesting against the introduction of grain lifts
49. November 4, 1908 – inauguration of Brooklyn Academy of Music in NYC
50. November 4, 1909 – creation of “Il Segreto di Susanna” in Munich
51. November 4, 1910 – rain on the commencement day of South Africa’s first Farm Campfire (F-C) play in Australia.

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52. November 4, 1910 – Russian chief Nicholas II and German King Wilhelm II at Potsdam come to a provisional contract on the field of internationals in the Middle East
53. November 4, 1911 – an agreement between France & Germany on Morocco and Congo
54. November 4, 1914 – first model display by Vogue in NYC
55. November 4, 1918 – The ceasefire agreement between Austria and Hungary signed on 3rd November comes into effect
56. November 4, 1921 – Adolf Hitler announces the formation of The Sturmabteilung (SA) (the Brown Shirts)
57. November 4, 1921 – assassination of Japanese Prime Minister Hara Takashi in Tokyo
58. November 4, 1922 – the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun in Egypt by Howard Carter
59. November 4, 1924 – professional boxing declared legal in California
60. November 4, 1924 – The first lady governor to be voted in the US was Nellie Tayloe Ross
61. November 4, 1924 – Calvin Coolidge defeats a Democrat candidate John W. Davis to become the President of the United States
62. November 4, 1924 – In the election held in Britain, Stanley Baldwin sweeps the voting over his rival candidate Ramsay MacDonald of the Labor party to assume the Premiership for the second time
63. November 4, 1928 – installation of Jose Moncada as president of Nicaragua
64. November 4, 1928 – US criminal Arnold Rothstein alleged to have declined to pay the betting arrears and was fired. He died on 6th November.
65. November 4, 1929 – debut performance of “Berkeley Square” by John Baldridge in NYC
67. November 4, 1929 – The first investigation into the internal of Antarctica commenced. The team consisting of Richard E.Byrd, and Laurence McKinley Gould commenced their 2 ½ month, 1500 mile journey in carts pulled by dogs on the 1500 mile journey in carts pulled by dogs into the Queen Maud Mountains. The journey took 2 ½ months.

68. November 4, 1931 – Debut performance of “Judith” by Jean Genet in Paris
69. November 4, 1933 – conflict between Hermann Goering & Georgi Dimitrov
70. November 4, 1933 – a park in the Bronx named after James Young – Young Park
71. November 4, 1934 – Pitts terminate Detroit Lions’ scoreless streak at 7 plays but defeated 40-7
72. November 4, 1939 – Helsinki, Finland to host the 1940 Olympics
73. November 4, 1939 – First temperature-controlled automobile showcased in Chicago, Illinois
74. November 4, 1939 – sale of arms permitted by the US on a “cash and carry” basis during WW II
75. November 4, 1940 – Netherlands adopts public distribution system for eggs and cake
76. November 4, 1942 – Afrika Korps withdraw on the 13th day of the war at El Alamein
77. November 4, 1944 – Hurtgenwald captured by German army
78. November 4, 1944 – 55 persons died when RAF dropped bombs on Dinteloord
79. November 4, 1946 – premiere of “Park Avenue” at Shubert Theatre NYC to give 72 presentations
80. November 4, 1946 – inauguration of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, & Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
81. November 4, 1948 – Nobel Prize awarded to American-born British poet T.S.Eliot
82. November 4, 1948 – US postal department issues a 3-cent postage stamp in honor of Will Rogers, a comedian
83. November 4, 1949 – debut performance of “One Man’s Family” on TV
84. November 4, 1950 – valedictory of “Barrier” at Broadhurst Theatre NYC after 4 presentations
85. November 4, 1950 – valedictory of “Consul” at Barrymore Theatre NYC after 269 presentations
86. November 4, 1950 – Indonesian army recapture Ambon
87. November 4, 1950 – US army withdraws from Pyongyang in North Korea
88. November 4, 1951 – US triumphs 9 ½-2 ½ at Pinehurst Resort the 9th Ryder Cup.
89. November 4, 1951 – In a cricket match between India and England, Vijay Merchant achieves 154 runs in his last Test cricket

90. November 4, 1952 – Cyclone and earthquake hits Kamchatka-South America
91. November 4, 1952 – Dwight D. Eisenhower becomes the president of the USA vanquishing his rival Democrat aspirant Adlai Stevenson
92. November 4, 1953 – Eddie Joost appointed manager of Philadelphia A’s by replacing Jimmy Dykes
93. November 4, 1953 – The revised baseball withdrawal rule gives the batsman a choice to either accept the result of the pitch or the new rule
94. November 4, 1954 – premiere of “Fanny” at Majestic Theatre, NYC to give 888 presentations
95. November 4, 1954 – Kansas City becomes the HQ of Philadelphia
96. November 4, 1955 – Revival of Vienna State Opera with song of Ludwig van Beethoven after it was completely demolished in WW II
97. November 4, 1956 – A rebellion in Budapest, Hungary against the Soviets was put down by by200,000 Russian army
98. November 4, 1957 – Soviet hurls its 2nd spacecraft to revolve around the earth
99. November 4, 1958 – Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli installed as Pope John XXIII
100. November 4, 1958 – Belgian administration led by Gaston Eyskens quits for lack of majority
101. November 4, 1958 – Democrats achieve victory in US Congress
102. November 4, 1959 – second successive NL MVP awarded to Ernie Banks of the Cubs
103. November 4, 1960 – the discovery of the pieces of the jaw of early species of humans at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania by Mary Leakey and Louis Leakey
104. November 4, 1961 – appointment of Konstantinos Karamalis as Prime Minister of Greece
105. November 4, 1962 – LPGA San Antonio Civitan Golf Tournament achieved by Murle Lindstrom
106. November 4, 1962 – Atomic test by the US at Johnston Island
107. November 4, 1963 – John Lennon pronounces his ill-famed remarks in London
108. November 4, 1965 – Lee Breedlove achieves the best speed on land (308.56 MPH) in Utah
109. November 4, 1966 – Floods in the Arno River in Italy damages innumerable work of art and also take the life of 113
110. November 4, 1968 – war declared between the Jordanian army and Al Fatah troops
111. November 4, 1968 – TV transmission channel 28 commences broadcasting in Raleigh-Durham, NC on ABC

112. November 4, 1968 – TV transmission channel 44 in St Petersburg-Tampa, FL(IND) commences its broadcasting
113. November 4, 1968 – During the discussion meeting between Terence O’Neill, Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, and Harold Wilson, Prime Minister of Britain, the Prime Minister of Britain emphasized that the constitutional position of Northern Ireland cannot be changed without the plebiscite of its people
114. November 4, 1968 – announcement of “Wichita Lineman”, a 12th musical collection by Glen Campbell (Billboard Album of the year 1969)
115. November 4, 1970 – Founding of the Human Rights Committee by Sakharov, a Russian atomic scientist
116. November 4, 1970 – Genie, a neglected child located in Los Angeles, California was kept under lock and key for life
117. November 4, 1972 – The constitution of Bangladesh approved
118. November 4, 1972 – Three goals were achieved by the Kings within 45 seconds against the Islanders
119. November 4, 1973 – The function tribute to ex-prime minister of Greece Georgios Papandreou was attended by thousands of people
120. November 4, 1973 – LPGA Lady Errol Golf Classic was achieved by Kathy Whitworth
121. November 4, 1973 – debut performance of “When You Comin’ Back, Redd Ryder?” by Mark Medoff in NYC
122. November 4, 1973 – New Orleans Saints win over Buffalo Bills, 13-0
123. November 4, 1973 – The oil crisis in the Netherlands forces the authorities to declare the first car-free Sunday. The highways were abandoned and only cyclists and roller skaters used the road.
124. November 4, 1975 – Cy Young Award achieved by Jim Palmer of Orioles for the second time
125. November 4, 1976 –the market for products produced in large quantities for consumers recently enlisted Reggie Jackson, Joe Rudi Gullett, Tenace, Fingers, Baylor, Grich & McCovey
126. November 4, 1978 – Iranian army fights against anti-Shah students rebellion in Tehran
127. November 4, 1978 – Islanders win 15 plays successively

128. November 4, 1978 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
129. November 4, 1979 – The US consulate in Tehran was captured by 500 Iranian students devoted to Ayatollah Khomeini and 90 were hijacked for 444 days
130. November 4, 1980 – Islanders win 15 plays successively
131. November 4, 1980 – Libya assaults Chad
132. November 4, 1980 – The Democrat US President Jimmy Carter who was in position was vanquished by Republican candidate Ronald Regan by a thumping majority
133. November 4, 1980 – Baseball Professional, and who achieved 868 HR, Sadaharu Oh, steps down at 40
134. November 4, 1980 – NL Cy Young Award achieved by Steve Carlton for the 3rd time
135. November 4, 1981 – debut performance of ‘Crime of the Heart by Beth Henley at NYC
136. November 4, 1981 – Dr.George Nichopoulas who was accused of administering high doses of habit-forming medicines to Elvis Presley was cleared of the charges
137. November 4, 1982 – installation of Ruud Lubbers as Prime Minister of Dutch
138. November 4, 1983 – Attack of Israeli center of operation in Tyrus Lebanon leaves 60 dead
139. November 4, 1983 – Washington Capital vanquishes Vancouver, 5-4
140. November 4, 1984 – LPGA Mazda Japan Golf Classic achieved by Nayoko Yoshikawa
141. November 4, 1984 – Sandinistas sweep (63%) the first free election held after 56 years in Nicaragua
142. November 4, 1985 – BBC Two broadcasts “Edge of Darkness” starring Bob Peck and Joanne Whalley
143. November 4, 1987 – NL Rookie of the Year was awarded to Benito Santiago, the Padres catcher
144. November 4, 1987 – Joel, thrashed her adopted daughter Lisa Steinberg to an unconscious state
145. November 4, 1987 – Charlotte & Miami were granted licenses for 1988 and Minneapolis and Orlando for 1989 by the NBA
146. November 4, 1988 – The first NBA play was played between Hornets and NJ Nets at Charlotte Arena; Hornets defeated by Caves, 133-93
147. November 4, 1989 – Orlando Magic defeated by NJ Nets, 111-106 at the first NBA play at Orlando Stadium
148. November 4, 1989 – installation of Rene Muawad as President of Lebanon
149. November 4, 1989 – Bayakoa, Dancing Spree, Go for Wand, Prized, Rhythm, Steinlen, and Sunday Silence vie for the Horse Racing Breeders’ Cup Championship
150. November 4, 1989 – In Sweden, the congress did not agree to the suggestions of the main committee and did not break up the party. The Solidarity Party was formed in Sweden
151. November 4, 1990 – premiere of “Buddy-The Buddy Holly Story” at Shubert NYC to give 225 presentations
152. November 4, 1990 – Wanda Panfil achieves the 20th NYC lengthy run in 2:30:45
153. November 4, 1990 – Douglas Wakiihuri achieves the 21st NYC Lengthy run in 2:12:39

154. November 4, 1990 – LPGA Mazda Japan 133 Golf Classic achieved by Debbie Massey
155. November 4, 1990 – preparedness by Iraq for a grave battle announced
156. November 4, 1990 – American infantry in Saudi Arabia receives James Baker, US Secretary of State
157. November 4, 1990 – Ayrton Senna achieves the 41st Formula One WDC by 7 points
158. November 4, 1991 – valedictory of Mid-East peace consultation in Madrid Spain
159. November 4, 1991 – Imelda Marcos was detained on the scam and bribery charges the next day after her return to the Philippines after separation from her country. She was granted bail on furnishing $6400 as security
160. November 4, 1992 – NY Giants terminate their contract with WNEW Radio after 32 years and contract with WOR
161. November 4, 1992 – NY Jets shift from WABC to WFAN radio
162. November 4, 1993 – premiere of “Timon of Athens” at Lyceum Theatre to give 37 presentations
163. November 4, 1993 – Elton John had to pay $ 518,700 for an incorrect statement on his food habits to the Sunday Mirror
164. November 4, 1993 – Bolivia accepts the membership of the Berne Convention for the protection of Literary and artistic works
165. November 4, 1993 – General Ray Hnatyshyn, Governor, appoints Jean Chretien as Prime Minister of Canada
166. November 4, 1994 – Spacecraft Soyuz TM-20 lands in Kazakhstan
167. November 4, 1994 – Inauguration of United Centre in Chicago – Bulls defeat Charlotte Hornets, 89-83
168. November 4, 1994 – first assembly to emphasize the profit viability of the World Wide Web in San Francisco.
169. November 4, 1995 – valedictory of “Indiscretions” at Ethel Barrymore Theatre NYC after 221 presentations
170. November 4, 1995 – premiere of international cricket of Paul Adams; W Province vs. N Transvaal
171. November 4, 1995 – inauguration of Key Stadium; Seattle Supersonics vanquish LA Lakers, 103-89
172. November 4, 1996 – Spice, the premiere album of a group of British girls, Spice Girls, announced their musical and sold 23 million prints
173. November 4, 1997 – announcement of “Come On Over”, the third musical by Shania Twain (Billboard Album of the Year 1999)

21st Century – November 4 This Day In History – The 2000s

174. November 4, 2001 – The West Wing, Sex and the City, James Gandolfini, and Edie Falco achieve the 53rd Emmy Awards
175. November 4, 2001 – Arizona Diamondbacks vanquish New York Yankees, 4-3
176. November 4, 2002 – detention of He Depu, a journalist who made his comments on the internet, by the Chinese administration for writing advocating republic to the 16th Communist Party

177. November 4, 2003 – The strongest solar flame documented by spacecraft gadgets
178. November 4, 2003 – CEO Richard Scrushy, Health South, charged under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act was freed of the charges
179. November 4, 2003 – announcement of 8th musical, “Shock’n Y’all” by Toby Keith (Billboard Album of the Year 2004)
180. November 4, 2004- Cote d’Ivoire civil war leaves 12 Frency army personnel, 3 UN staff and hundreds of citizens dead
181. November 4, 2008 – Barack Obama defeats the Republican presidential hopeful John McCain to become the first African-American to become the President of the USA
182. November 4, 2009 -New York Yankees vanquish Philadelphia Phillies, 4-2 at the MLB World Series
183. November 4, 2012 – installation of Bishop Tawadros as 118th Pope of the Coptic Orthodox Church
184. November 4, 2012 – Kimi Raikkonen achieves the Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2012
185. November 4, 2012 – dissidents in Syria seize a big oil field in Deir Ez-Zor Governorate
186. November 4, 2014 – The result of the mid-term voting in the US was that the Republicans became the majority in the House and regained the Senate
187. November 4, 2014 – To fight the rebellion in southern and eastern provinces in Ukraine, President Petro Poroshenko ordered an army battalion to those places
188. November 4, 2014 – The ship Costa Concordia wrecked off the coast of Italy and the dismantling operation was taken up in Genoa. The body of the victim last to be recovered was found on board the ship
189. November 4, 2014 – The first African-American Senator in the South was Tim Scott
190. November 4, 2014 – Melbourne Cup achieved by Protectionist
191. November 4, 2015 –Victor Ponta steps down as Romanian Prime Minister of Romania over objections to an inferno in a night club in Bucharest that left 32 dead
192. November 4, 2015 – Justin Trudeau assumes charge as Canadian Prime Minister and he forms the cabinet with equal men and women
193. November 4, 2015 – Forbes Magazine announces that Katy Perry was the highest-paid singer making 135 million
194. November 4, 2015 – in an aircraft accident immediately after take-off from Juba, South Sudan, the only survivor was a one-year child in his father’s arms
195. November 4, 2016- The Paris Agreement on Climate Change comes into force
196. November 4, 2017 – Prince Alwaleed bin Talal a multi-millionaire, and 10 princes and other ministers were detained in Saudi Arabia on bribery charges
197. November 4, 2017 – Saad Hariri steps down as Prime Minister of Libya based on the TV announcement from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia that he is interned by compulsion
198. November 4, 2017 – inauguration of a Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara in Jakarta. The exhibits included many collected items of magnate Haryanto Adikoesoemo of Indonesia

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