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Famous Events For November 5

Famous Events For November 5 – Today In History

What Happened on November 5 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 5 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 5, 1228 – a compilation of 48 Zen Koans, Wu MeKuan, in China
2. November 5, 1414 – 16th meeting of the representatives of the church begins
3. November 5, 1492 – Christopher Columbus understands the method of growing and garnering maize from Cuban inhabitants
4. November 5, 1499 – Publication of Breton-French-Latin dictionary written in 1464 by Jehan Lagadeuc. It is the first Breton and French dictionary of Catholicon in Treguier (Brittany).
5. November 5, 1500 – Astronomer Copernicus perceives the lunar eclipse in Rome
6. November 5, 1530 – The city of Reimerswaal in the Netherlands was destroyed by floods St Felix

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7. November 5, 1556 – After the death of Humayun, Akbar crowned Sultan of Delhi
8. November 5, 1556 – The Hindu leader Hemu was defeated by Mogollegers at the war of Panipat
9. November 5, 1605 – Guy Fawkes Day is observed. Guy Fawkes tried to assassinate King James I and Parliament in Britain. His attempts failed as he was caught and executed. His plot is titled Gunpowder Plot and is observed by burning his dummy model, and fireworks
10. November 5, 1630 – agreement for peace between Spain and England
11. November 5, 1639 – Massachusetts gets its first post office
12. November 5, 1678 – Greifswald in Sweden captured by Brandenburg

18th Century – What Happened on November 5 – The 1700s

13. November 5, 1725 –undisclosed agreement between Spain and Austria
14. November 5, 1743 – Joseph-Nicolas Delisle made systematic observations of the journey of Mercury
15. November 5, 1757 – war at Rossbach – 7-year French and Indian War
16. November 5, 1773 – The Boston town meeting decided that those who supported the Tea Act would be considered enemies of America. John Hancock was voted as mediator
17. November 5, 1780 – The combined forces of France and America commanded by Colonel LaBalme suffered defeat by Miami Chief Little Turtle
18. November 5, 1781 – John Hanson was the first presiding officer of the US Congress assembled to act as a moderator

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19. November 5, 1789 – army posts in Suriname were assaulted by runaway slaves under the guidance of Bonni
20. November 5, 1789 – all French nationals are to be treated as equal under the law as declared at the meeting of the French National Assembly

19th Century – November 5 This Day That Year – The 1800s

21. November 5, 1811 – first war for freedom from Spain by El Salvador
22. November 5, 1838 – Honduras announces freedom of the Central American Federation
23. November 5, 1846 –debut performance of 2nd musical in C scale by Robert Schumann
24. November 5, 1654 – the combined armies of British and French vanquish the Russian army of 50,000 at the Crimean Battle at Inkerman
25. November 5, 1862 – Ambrose Burnside appointed Head of the Army of Potomac in place of McClellan

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26. November 5, 1862 – 51 lost their life at the war at Barbee’s Crossroads
27. November 5, 1872 – Susan B. Anthony an American suffragette votes for Ulysses S Grant
28. November 5, 1872 – Ulysses S. Grant voted to power as US President for the second time
29. November 5, 1873 – the adverse effects of the Pacific scam, force John A. Macdonald to step down as Prime Minister of Canada
30. November 5, 1876 -the team of Henry Morton Stanley on an excursion left Nyangwe
31. November 5, 1881 – Stepping down of Ferry of the French Administration
32. November 5, 1881 – The community of Maori at Parihaka in Western New Zealand, which was the character of the campaign against the seizure of Maori was assaulted by police and volunteers numbering about 1600
33. November 5, 1882 – debut presentation of “Ma Vlast” by Bedrich Smetana
34. November 5, 1883 – Egyptian defense devastated by Mahdi’s soldiers at the war at El Obeid Sudan
35. November 5, 1883 – debut performance of the musical “Cordelia’s Aspirations” in NYC
36. November 5, 1886 – David Brown achieves a 157 at the Musselburgh Links at the 26th British Golf Open
37. November 5, 1887 – Dominion Championship achieved by Ottawa College by vanquishing Montreal Football Club, 10-5
38. November 5, 1889 – Louisa Woosley was the first lady to be consecrated as a minister in any Presbyterian church (US Cumberland Presbyterian Church)
39. November 5, 1894 – The exploration team of Frederick Lugards arrives in Nikki
40. November 5, 1894 – Debut presentation of “Till Eulenspiegels” by Richard Strauss
41. November 5, 1895 – All are social democrats affirms Edward, Prince of Wales
42. November 5, 1895 – The right to vote by women is acceptable to Utah, a US State
43. November 5, 1898 – debut presentation of “Fuhrmann Henschel” by Gerhart Hauptmann in Berlin

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 5 – The 1900s

44. November 5, 1900 – Cuba which was under US military control from 1898, the end of Spanish American battle, demands its lawful settlement
45. November 5, 1911 – Italy seizes Tripoli and Cyrenaica from Turkish North Africa.
46. November 5, 1911 – Calbraith Rodgers finishes the coast to coast travel by aircraft and lands in Pasadena. (total 49 days)
47. November 5, 1912 – women’s rights advocate in Arizona, Kansas, and Wisconsin
48. November 5, 1912 – Woodrow Wilson, a Democrat, was declared elected as President of the USA vanquishing the current Republican William Howard Taft and Progressive nominee Theodore Roosevelt.
49. November 5, 1913 – installation of Ludwig III as king of Bavaria
50. November 5, 1914 – Britain captures Cyprus and declares war on Turkey to avoid Turkey taking over Cyprus
51. November 5, 1916 – King of Poland founded by Emperors Wilhelm II of Germany and Franz Jozef of Austria-Hungary
52. November 5, 1916 – The upper house of the legislature accepts the motives of women’s rights
53. November 5, 1916 – The clash between police and coordinators of WWI at Evert in Washington ends in a shootout because of radical differences
54. November 5, 1917 – The US army and Gen Pershing witness the battle on the Western Front for the first time
55. November 5, 1917 – The orders issued in Louisville, Kentucky act that the blacks and whites to have their colonies separately was struck down by the Supreme Court
56. November 5, 1919 – presentation of “soiree-musical” by Ir a Steringa Idzerda on Dutch radio
57. November 5, 1921 – agreement between Soviet Russia and Mongolia the new administration against infiltrations by China and Japan

58. November 5, 1922 – protest in Ghent demanding a Dutch University
59. November 5, 1925 – Italian socialist groups are dismissed by Mussolini
60. November 5, 1927 – 4th successive PGA championship achieved by Walter Hagen by defeating Joe Turnesa at the 10th PGA Championship at Cedar Crest, Texas
61. November 5, 1930 – Nobel Prize for literature achieved by Sinclair Lewis for “Babbitt”
62. November 5, 1930 – George Arliss and Norma Shearer achieve the 3rd Academy Award for “All Quiet on the Western Front”
63. November 5, 1932 – 16000 war criminals got freedom from Benito Mussolini
64. November 5, 1933 – The undefeated Chicago Bears’s progress was halted by the Patriots, (by winning 10-0)
65. November 5, 1933 – The Basques community in Spain advocates for self-governance
66. November 5, 1935 – The Court of Appeal in Maryland instructs the University of Maryland to permit Donald Murry, a black man to join the university
67. November 5, 1935 – introduction of the board game of Monopoly by Parker Brothers
68. November 5, 1936 – Andre Gide. A French author evaluates the Soviet administration
69. November 5, 1937 – In a confidential meeting of generals, Adolf Hitler, reveals his purpose of waging a war
70. November 5, 1938 – Rutgers defeats Princeton after a gap of 60 years. The remuneration of Rutgers bestowed
71. November 5, 1938 – an underwater vessel belonging to the Dutch leave Dundee
72. November 5, 1940 – The election of Franklin D. Roosevelt as President of the United States for the third time, vanquishing Republican candidate Wendell Willkie was a record in history
73. November 5, 1940 – Walter Johnson achieves 416 triumphs for Washington Senators but vanquished in the Maryland congressional race
74. November 5, 1941 – Suzuki and Maejima, two Japanese fleet staff depart from Peral Harbor
75. November 5, 1942 – Nazis attack Greek Jews in Paris
76. November 5, 1942 – termination of Pro-British Clandestine Radio Diego Suarez

77. November 5, 1943 – Bomb attack on the Vatican by a strange group
78. November 5, 1944 – The armies of friendly nations arrive at Zoutelande, Walcheren
79. November 5, 1944 – Dinteloord released by the Canadian and British defense
80. November 5, 1944 – 134 persons lost their lives when the German army bombed Heusden North Brabant city hall
81. November 5, 1945 – United Nations admits Colombia as its member
82. November 5, 1946 – Election of John F. Kennedy, a Democrat from Massachusetts, to the US House of Representatives
83. November 5, 1950 – Tommy James of Cleveland stops 3 passes. It is the greatest for the club
84. November 5, 1950 – The crisis in the Philippines was closed by President Elpidio Quirino
85. November 5, 1951 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada Test Site
86. November 5, 1953 – Frederik Zernicke achieved the Nobel Prize for physics
87. November 5, 1953 – 1953 – a 32” timber was cut using a saw in 86.4 seconds by Paul Searls
88. November 5, 1953 – debut performance of ‘Sleeping Prince” by Terence Rottigan in London
89. November 5, 1955 – a second hat trick was achieved by Mont Canadian Jean Belieau in 44 seconds
90. November 5, 1955 – Back to the Future is a 1985 scientific fiction where Marty McFly accidentally travels back to 1955
91. November 5, 1956 – The Suez Emergency intensifies as the British and France forces arrive at Port Said by air
92. November 5, 1956 – the capture of the Dutch Communist Party office in Felix Meritis
93. November 5, 1956 – Sharm-el-Sheik, a city in Egypt, was freed by Israel forces to open the Gulf of Aqaba
94. November 5, 1956 – Datis Neperrime, a publication of a book by Pope Pius XII on the soviets’ invasion of Hungary
95. November 5, 1956 – premiere of The Nat King Cole on NBC, by an African-American
96. November 5, 1957 – a 2 ½ cent football group ticket brought Mrs. Nellie McGrail a jackpot of $574,658
97. November 5, 1958 – premiere of “Maria Golovin” at Martin Beck Theatre NYC to give 5 presentations
98. November 5, 1958 – TV Transmission channel 11 in Garden City, KS commences airing on NBC
99. November 5, 1959 – formation of 8 teams by AFL
100. November 5, 1961 – Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime Minister of India visits NY
101. November 5, 1963 – Lyndon B. Johnson, Vice President of the US arrives in the Netherlands
102. November 5, 1964 – Spacecraft Mariner hurled toward Mars. No data received
103. November 5, 1965 – premiere of “Pierrot le Fou” guided by Jean-Luc Godard, featuring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Anna Kaarina
104. November 5, 1966 – a best of 599 yards achieved by Virgil Carter, QB of Brigham Young, a best of NCAA

105. November 5, 1966 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
106. November 5, 1967 – The satellite, ATS-3, hurled by the US captures the photos of full Earth
107. November 5, 1967 – LPGA Corpus Christi Civitan Golf Open achieved by Clifford Ann Creed
108. November 5, 1967 – New Orleans Saints vanquish Philadelphia Eagles, 31-24 to achieve their first NFL triumphs
109. November 5, 1967 – Loc Ninh South Vietnam captured by the US army
110. November 5, 1967 – Sallal, Yemen President runs away
111. November 5, 1967 – The Hither Green rail accident in the United Kingdom leaves 49 people dead, Bee Gee Robin Gib was one of the survivors
112. November 5, 1968 – Denny McLain was declared MVP, the first AL pitcher
113. November 5, 1968 – installation of Richard Nixon, a Republican, as President of the United States vanquishing Democrat candidate Hubbert Humphrey and George Wallace, an independent
114. November 5, 1971 – Bolivia approves capital punishment for hijacking politicians
115. November 5, 1971 – LA Lakers of NBA win 33 plays successively
116. November 5, 1972 – LPGA Lady Errol Golf Classic achieved by Jane Blalock
117. November 5, 1972 – detention of Maire Drumm, Vice President of Sinn Fein in the Republic of Ireland
118. November 5, 1973 – the inauguration of SF-Daly City train service by BART
119. November 5, 1973 – Arab oil producers declare a cut of 25 percent in oil production
120. November 5, 1974 – Dmitri Shostakovich finishes writing songs of Michelangelo
121. November 5, 1974 – The first woman US governor to be elected was Ella Grasso (Ct). She is not related to the previous governor
122. November 5, 1974 – The first elected mayor of Washington DC was Walter E. Washington
123. November 5, 1975 – British army arrives in Belize
124. November 5, 1975 – The constitution of Sao Tome and Principe approved
125. November 5, 1976 – AL Cy Young Award achieved by Galt Jim Palmer
126. November 5, 1976 – The new AL licensees in Seattle and Toronto select the team of players and announce the schedule of play
127. November 5, 1976 – Pirates acquire A’s Manager Chuck Tanner by exchanging Manny Sanguillen and paying $ 100000
128. November 5, 1976 – Atomic test by USSR
129. November 5, 1977 – The National Collegiate Athletic Association’s best passing record is at 571 yards by Marc Wilson and Brigham Young)
130. November 5, 1978 – Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi succeeds Jaafar Shariff-Emami as Prime Minister of Iran
131. November 5, 1978 – The fans of Khomeini assault the British consulate/EI AI office in Iran
132. November 5, 1978 – Coach John Madden of Oakland Raider is the 13th coach to achieve triumph in 100 NFL play

133. November 5, 1979 – Bazargn steps down as prime minister of Iran
134. November 5, 1979 – Ayatollah Khomeini of Iran hurls abusive statements against USA (The Great Satan)
135. November 5, 1981 – debut presentation of “Soldier’s Play” by Charles Fuller in NYC
136. November 5, 1981 – Mercury Morris is awarded 20 years in prison for trading, plotting, and ownership of cocaine
137. November 5, 1982 – successive loss of 24 play by Cleveland Cavaliers
138. November 5, 1982 – a musical “Gone Troppo” by George Harrison announced
139. November 5, 1983 – NY Rangers & Quebec Nordiques both achieve the score in the 1st 14 sec of the 3rd period
140. November 5, 1983 – spacecraft Orbiter Discovery transported overland to Dryden
141. November 5, 1985 – premiere of “News” at Helen Hayes Theatre NYC to give 4 presentations
142. November 5, 1985 – “Stone Pillow” by Lucille Ball premieres on CBS
143. November 5, 1987 – premiere of “Into the Wood” at Martin Beck Theatre NYC to give 764 presentations
144. November 5, 1987 – an ice block as big as the double of Rhode observed in the Atlantic
145. November 5, 1987 – Govan Mbeki, South African ANC chief released from Prison
146. November 5, 1987 – debut presentation of the musical “Into the Starts” by Stephen Sondheim/James Lapine
147. November 5, 1987 – Douglas H Ginsburg, nominee of Supreme Court pleads guilty of using marijuana
148. November 5, 1988 – In the first play of the NBA at Bradley Centre, Milw Buck was vanquished by Atlanta Hawks, 94-107
149. November 5, 1988 – in the first play at Miami Arena, Miami Heat vanquished by LA Clippers, 111-91
150. November 5, 1988 – In the first play of the NBA at Palace Auburn Hills, the Pistons vanquish Auburn Hills
151. November 5, 1988 – In the first play of the NBA at Palace of Auburn Hills, Pistons defeat Hornets, 94-85
152. November 5, 1988 – Atomic test by France
153. November 5, 1988 – Breeder’s Cup achieved by Gulch
154. November 5, 1988 – Japan defeats MLB, All-Star, 2-1 in Tokyo
155. November 5, 1988 – Alysheba, Gt Communicator, Gulch, Is it TDrue, Miesque, Open Mind, Personal Ensign at Churchill Downs vie for Horse Racing Breeders’ Cup Championships
156. November 5, 1989 –premiere of “Threepenny Opera” at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre NYC to give 65 presentations

157. November 5, 1989 – 19th NYC Women’s Lengthy run achieved by Ingrid Kristiansen in 2:25:30
158. November 5, 1989 – 20th NYC Lengthy run achieved by Juma Ikangaa in 2:08:01
159. November 5, 1989 – LPGA Mazda Japan Golf Classic achieved by Elaine Crosby
160. November 5, 1989 – El Salvador participates in the 3rd round of the 1990 world football cup
161. November 5, 1989 – Alain Prost achieves the 40th Formula One WDC by 16 points
162. November 5, 1990 – rumors of Saudi producing more petroleum and less world demand
163. November 5, 1991 – installation of Kiichi Miyazawa as prime minister of Japan
164. November 5, 1991 – the term of appointment of Richard J. Kerr as acting director of the CIA comes to an end
165. November 5, 1992 – premiere of “Show Off” at Criterion Theatre NYV for 45 presentations
166. November 5, 1992 – Bobby Fisher defeats Boris Spassky to achieve the Chess title in Belgrade
167. November 5, 1993 – in the first NBA play in Alamodome, San Antonia Spurs defeat Warriors, 91-85
168. November 5, 1994 – Spacecraft Ulysses finishes the route behind the Sun
169. November 5, 1994 – Tony Rominger achieves for the 2nd time the world’s best distance traveled in one hour (55.291 km)
170. November 5, 1994 – in an aircraft accident involving Yak-40 in the north of Peru, 8 persons lost their life
171. November 5, 1994 = Barathea, Cherokee Run, Concern, Flanders. One Dreamer, Tikkanen, and Timber Country vie for Horse Racing Breeders’ Cup championship
172. November 5, 1994 – George Foreman (45) defeats Michael Moorer to achieve the Heavyweight championship
173. November 5, 1995 – spacecraft STS 73 (Columbia) touchdowns
174. November 5, 1995 – Vancouver Grizzlies defeat Minn Timberwolves 100-98 in OT at the 1st NBA at General Motors Place
175. November 5, 1995 – The attempt to kill Jean Chretien, Prime Minister of Canada by Andre Dallaire failed when the prime minister’s wife locked the door. Andre Dallaire was frustrated
176. November 5, 1996 – Bill Clinton was elected president of the USA for the second term defeating the Republican representative Bob Dole
177. November 5, 1996 – Derek Jeter, Yankees shortstop was chosen AL Rookie with no opposition
178. November 5, 1997 – Davey Johnson was chosen AL Manager of the Year barely 2 hours after he stepped down
179. November 5, 1997 – Jacques Charrier, former husband of Brigitte Bardot was ordered to pay the former actress $8300 as compensation by the French Court

21st Century – November 5 This Day In History – The 2000s

180. November 5, 2000 – King Haile Selassie of Ethiopian is buried 25 years after his death after his body was taken in a parade through Addis Ababa
181. November 5, 2003 – Alan Jackson & Martina McBride achieve the 37th Country Music Association Award
182. November 5, 2006 – Saddam Hussein, ex-president of Iraq, and his associates Baarzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti and Award Hamed al-Bandar were awarded capital punishment in the al-Dujail hearing for their responsibility in the mass killing of 148 Shi’as in 1982
183. November 5, 2007 – China’s first spacecraft, Chang’e1 hurled into space to go around the Moon
184. November 5, 2009 – In a shoot-out incident at Fort Hood, Texas, a US Army Major Nidal Malik Hassan shot 13 to death and injured 343. This is the biggest mass shooting incident at a US military base
185. November 5, 2010 – Ai Weiwei was kept under house detention by the Chinese administration since a celebration had been planned to mark the destruction of his latest studio in Shanghai
186. November 5, 2012 – in a bomb attack in Hama, 50 Syrian defense staff were killed
187. November 5, 2012 – A deluge in Nigeria takes the lives of 363 people and dislocates 2.1 million
188. November 5, 2013 – A 4-floor building under construction breaks in Lagos, Nigeria killing 4 people
189. November 5, 2013 – installation of Bill de Blasio as Mayor of New York City
190. November 5, 2014 – Even though it was asserted that there were 40 New Zealanders on the killing list of Islamic State, the Prime Minister of New Zealand John Key military action against Islamic State.
191. November 5, 2014 -Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, and Miranda Lambert achieve the 48th Music Awards
192. November 5, 2015 – “Binge-watch” followed by “transgender” were declared the words of the year by Collins Dictionary
193. November 5, 2015 – Koyuki Higashi and Hiroko Matsuhara were accepted as the 1st Japan’s same-sex couple in Tokyo
194. November 5, 2015 – 23 people lost their lives when a Fundao barrier went down, triggering the failure of another barrier, discharging enormous mud down the Rio Dulce
195. November 5, 2017 – New York’s lengthy run was achieved by Shalane Flanagan for 40 years and she was the first American lady to achieve this distinction
196. November 5, 2017 – cyclone Damrey hits the south-central coast of Vietnam killing 27 and many others missing
197. November 5, 2017 – A 12-day tour of Asia and Toyko, Japan by US President Donald Trump commenced
198. November 5, 2017 – in a shootout in a church in Sunderland Springs, Texas, 26 lost their life and 20 wounded
199. November 5, 2017 – 13.4 million papers from a financing company Appleby containing the names of Queen Elizabeth and Wilbur Ross, US Secretary of Commerce in the Paradise Paper leak
200. November 5, 2017 – corpse of 26 refugee teenage girls claimed from the Mediterranean and 400 refugees saved

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