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Famous Events For November 6

Famous Events For November 6 – Today In History

What Happened on November 6 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 6 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 6, 1153 – an agreement between King Stephen and Empress Maude known as the Treaty of Wallingford
2. November 6, 1528 – Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca of the marooned Spanish ship was the first European to arrive in Texas
3. November 6, 1534 – cyclone strikes Zealand
4. November 6, 1572 – The explosion of a star seen in celestial space called Cassiopeia
5. November 6, 1632 – Swedish/Saxon defense conquers the largest army at the War at Lutzen
6. November 6, 1657 – agreement for peace between Brandenburg and Poland
7. November 6, 1676 – The faculties of King Carlos II of Spain fully developed at the age of 15

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18th Century – What Happened on November 6 – The 1700s

8. November 6, 1789 – appointment of Father John Carroll as the first Catholic Bishop of the United States by Pope Pius VI
9. November 6, 1792 -French army vanquishes Holy Roman Empire at the war of Jemappes

19th Century – November 6 This Day That Year – The 1800s

10. November 6, 1813 – Mexico gets freedom from Spain as announced by the Chilpancingo congress
11. November 6, 1844 – freedom granted to the Dominican Republic by Spain
12. November 6, 1850 – Hawaii acquires its fire extinguisher
13. November 6, 1850 – Yerba Buena and Angel Islands (San Francisco Bay) are dedicated for use by the army
14. November 6, 1860 – Installation of Abraham Lincoln (Republican) as the 16th President of the United States

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15. November 6, 1861 – Election of Jefferson Davis as President of 11 federal states in America
16. November 6, 1862 – direct telegraphic connection between NY and SF
17. November 6, 1863 – Conflict in and around the city of Rogersville, Tennessee
18. November 6, 1864 – War at Droop Mountain during the American Civil War
19. November 6, 1865 – inauguration of Maastricht-Venlo railways in the Netherlands
20. November 6, 1865 – CSS Shenandoah circled the earth and during its voyage destroyed or seized 37 vessels, was the last to admit defeat during the American Civil War
21. November 6, 1869 -The first football match between two collages (Rutgers 6, Princeton 4)
22. November 6, 1878 – debut performance of ‘Samfundets Stottr’ by Henrik Ibsen in Oslo
23. November 6, 1879 -Celebration of the first Thanksgiving Day in Canada
24. November 6, 1883 – cross-country race, first of its kind in America, arranged by NYAC
25. November 6, 1884 – Southeast New Guinea is declared as the protectorate state of the British
26. November 6, 1884 – Montreal Foot Ball Club vanquishes Toronto Argonauts, 30-0 in the 1st CRFU Championship play
27. November 6, 1885 – The coin manufacturing unit at Carson City, Nevada ordered to shut down
28. November 6, 1888 – Benjamin Harrison(R) defeats President Grover Cleveland (D), 233-168

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 6 – The 1900s

29. November 6, 1900 – Army Chief Charles Knox vanquishes Boers at the war at Bothaville
30. November 6, 1900 – US President William McKinley (R) and Vice President, Theodore Roosevelt, vanquish William Jennings Bryan (D)
31. November 6, 1903 – Panama was granted freedom by the USA
32. November 6, 1906 – Charles Evans Hughes (R) voted as NY Gov, defeats William Randolph Hearst
33. November 6, 1908 – debut performance of “Dui Nashey Zhizni” by Leonid Andreyev in St Petersburg
34. November 6, 1910 – Right to vote by men and women advocated by SDAP/NVV by arranging demonstrations
35. November 6, 1911 – Francisco Madeiro assumes power as president of Mexico
36. November 6, 1913 – Mahatma Gandhi assumes leadership for organizing demonstrations by mining laborers in South Africa and detained
37. November 6, 1914 – The British army (mostly the Indian Army) arrives in the Persian Gulf in Mesopotamia and marches west to enlist the Turkish army from other boundaries
38. November 6, 1915 – first battle in Dutch East Indies
39. November 6, 1915 – installation of Sophokles Skouloudis as head of Greek administration
40. November 6, 1917 – attack on the Winter Palace in Petrograd signifying the commencement of Bolshevik uprising during the Russian October Revolution
41. November 6, 1917 – a modification in the composition approved by the New York State to grant the right to vote of women in the state poll
42. November 6, 1918 – Poland declared Republic

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43. November 6, 1918 – Chief of Army Gen Cutters steps down
44. November 6, 1918 – The French and American armies cross the river Meuse to take control of Sedan and force Germany to withdraw on the Western Front during WWI
45. November 6, 1919 – “Turf in you(r) ransel” was the first Dutch radio broadcast
46. November 6, 1923 – 5-day week calendar on a trial basis approved by USSR
47. November 6, 1923 – the killing of the British spy Sidney Reilly, Ace of Spies, by the top-secret police (OGPU) in the Soviet Union
48. November 6, 1928 – An arena proposed to be constructed using public bonds as approved by Clevelanders
49. November 6, 1928 – Herbert Hoover, a Republican, becomes the President of the US by winning over his rival, Democrat Al Smith
50. November 6, 1928 – copyright is given to Col Jacob Schick for inventing a razor operated by electricity
51. November 6, 1928 – eating Gustavus Adolphus to remember the king by Swedes commenced
52. November 6, 1932 – KPD vanquishes NSDAP in a German voting
53. November 6, 1934 – Cincinnati Reds were defeated by NFL Philadelphia Eagles, 64-0
54. November 6, 1935 – inaugural flying of Hawker Hurricane fighter aircraft
55. November 6, 1936 – debut performance of “French Without Tears” by Terence Rattigan in London
56. November 6, 1938 – In the all-star play for charity, the 3 DiMaggio brothers play for the first time
57. November 6, 1939 – inauguration of the WGY TV viable station in NY

58. November 6, 1939 – TV transmission channel 6 in Schenectady-Alby-Troy, NY commences its airing of the program
59. November 6, 1939 – Nazi operation against professors at the university in Krakow and their expulsion during WW II. The process is known as “Sonderaktion Krakau”
60. November 6, 1940 – Franklin Roosevelt becomes the US President for the second time
61. November 6, 1941 – Nazi’s secret paramilitary killing squad (Einsatzgruppe) murders 15,000 Jews in Rovno Ukraine
62. November 6, 1941 – preparation by the Japanese army to attack Pearl Harbor
63. November 6, 1941 – Soviet Union takes a loan of $1 million from USA
64. November 6, 1942 – Nazis massacre 12000 Jews in the Minsk settlement
65. November 6, 1942 – the discovery of Ampat Serangkai by Sukarno and Mohammed Hatta
66. November 6, 1943 – Soviet Army arrive at Kertsj peninsula
67. November 6, 1943 – Capture of Kiev by Soviet army
68. November 6, 1943 – German dictatorship is no more as per Stalin
69. November 6, 1945 – An investigative Committee begins probing 7 radio reviewers
70. November 6, 1945 – Fighter jet aircraft (FR-1 Fireball) lands on USS Wake Island
71. November 6, 1946 – First Mass held by Karol Wojtyla, newly identified Catholic priest at Wawel Cathedral
72. November 6, 1947 – The premiere of “Meet the Press” by NBC was the longest-running TV event
73. November 6, 1949 – the culmination of the Greek civil battle after 3 with the vanquishing of communist groups
74. November 6, 1950 – Branch Rickey appointed as VP/GM of Pittsburgh Pirates on 5 yearly basis
75. November 6, 1950 – Chinese invasion stopped at Chongchon River, North Korea
76. November 6, 1950 – Exile of King Tribhuvan of Nepal to India
77. November 6, 1952 – Debut presentation of “About our Fatherland”, a voice musical composition by Dmitri Shostakovich

78. November 6, 1953 – French grants more power to Saarland
79. November 6, 1953 – debut performance of “Atomic Bomb” a musical by Masao Oki
80. November 6, 1955 – The US won the 11th Ryder Cup, 8-4 at Thunderbird Ranch Country Club California
81. November 6, 1955 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
82. November 6, 1956 – The Soviet deed in the Hungarian Revolution was the reason for the Netherlands and Spain to pull out from the Olympics
83. November 6, 1956 – Dwight D. Eisenhower defeats his Democrat rival Adlai Stevenson to become the President of the United States for the second term
84. November 6, 1957 – premiere of “Rumple” at Alvin Theater, NYC to give 45 presentations
85. November 6, 1957 – Installation of Felix Gaillard as Prime Minister of France
86. November 6, 1958 – AL authorizes KC to play a maximum of 52 night games in 1959
87. November 6, 1958 – installation of Belgium administration under Eyskens
88. November 6, 1958 – Wilber Snyder defeats V Gagne to achieve the NWA wrestling Champion held in Omaha
89. November 6, 1961 – a postal stamp on the occasion of the 100th birthday of James Naismith, who invented the basketball play was issued by the US administration
90. November 6, 1962 – Issue of Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) bonds approved with 66.9% votes in favor
91. November 6, 1962 – Election of Edward M. Kennedy
92. November 6, 1962 – Edward W. Brooke, Republican voted as attorney general of Massachusetts
93. November 6, 1962 – bonded labor eradicated in Saudi Arabia
94. November 6, 1962 – South Africa censored by adopting a resolution in the UN General Assembly
95. November 6, 1964 – commencement of TV transmission channel 42 in Mobile, AL
96. November 6, 1966 – The first whole group shown on TV in color by NBC
97. November 6, 1966 – LPGA Amarillo Ladies’ Golf Open achieved by Kathy Whitworth
98. November 6, 1966 – hurling of Lunar Orbiter 2 into space
99. November 6, 1967 – Collapse of Bridge at Annabaai on Willemstad, Curacao causes 15 to lose their life

100. November 6, 1967 – US spacecraft Surveyor 6 lands successfully on the Moon (Nov.9)
101. November 6, 1968 – Nixon defeats Hubert Humphrey to become the 37th President of the US
102. November 6, 1968 – protest by pupils of San Francisco State Counsel
103. November 6, 1969 – AL Cy Young Award stalemate between Mike Cuellar, Balt and Denny McLain, Det
104. November 6, 1970 – AL Cy Young Award achieved by Twins Jim Perry
105. November 6, 1971 – valedictory of “Great Harp” at Martin Beck Theatre after 7 presentations
106. November 6, 1971 – Atomic test below the earth by the US at Amchitka Island Aleutians
107. November 6, 1973 – commencement of filming of “Man With the Golden Gun”
108. November 6, 1973 – election of Abe Beame as the first Jewish Mayor of NYC
109. November 6, 1973 – election of Coleman Young as Mayor of Detroit
110. November 6, 1974 – Cy Yung Award achieved by Dodger Mike Marshall; he was the first relief pitcher to receive this distinction
111. November 6, 1975 – premiere of “Hello, Dolly” at Minskoff Theater NYC to give 51 presentations.
112. November 6, 1975 – premiere of Rock punk band “Sex Pistols”
113. November 6, 1976 – Benjamin Hook replaces Roy Wilkins as executive director of the NAACP
114. November 6, 1976 – Bill Campbell of Twins, a free agent, joins the Red Sox on a contract for 4 years for $1 million
115. November 6, 1977 – valedictory of “Hair” at Baltimore Theater NYC after 43 presentations
116. November 6, 1977 – A mud barrage spurts in Toccoa Falls Bible College, Ga killing 39 people
117. November 6, 1978 –Iran comes under army rule under General Gholan Reza Azhari with the orders of the Shah of Iran
118. November 6, 1979 – Ayatollah Khomeini takes charge of Iran as Supreme Leader of Iran
119. November 6, 1981 – The first Rooke to achieve a Cy Young Award was Fernando Valenzuela
120. November 6, 1981 – In a technical knockout, Lorry Holmes wins Renaldo Spines in 11 heavyweight boxing championship

121. November 6, 1982 – appointment of Joe Altobelli as manager of Oriole in place of Earl Weaver
122. November 6, 1983 – Discovery shifted to Vandenberg AFB launch pad in California
123. November 6, 1983 – In an NFL play between Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Minnesota Vikings, James Wilder achieves 219 yards
124. November 6, 1983 – Turkey Turgut Ozals Moederland party sweeps the voting
125. November 6, 1984 – Ronald Reagan, defeats his rival Democrat nominee Walter Mondale to become the president of the USA for the second term
126. November 6, 1984 – AL MVP award achieved by Willie Hernandez
127. November 6, 1985 – Spacecraft 61A Challenger 9 arrives at Edwards AFB
128. November 6, 1985 – capture of Palace of Justice Bogota Colombia by M19 rebels
129. November 6, 1985 – spacecraft Challenger arrives at Edwards Air Force Base, California
130. November 6, 1985 – an experimental oil well in Ranger, Texas erupts spattering 150000 bbl of crude oil
131. November 6, 1986 – NL Cy Young achieved by Mike Scott of Houston (18-10)
132. November 6, 1986 – migration reform bill approved by President Regan
133. November 6, 1986 – crusade by Rev Donald Wildmon against Howard Sten
134. November 6, 1986 – 2nd studio musical “Just Like the First Time” by Freddie Jackson announced (Billboard Album of the Year 1987)
135. November 6, 1988 – Japan and MLB all-stars tie 6-6
136. November 6, 1988 – LPGA Mazda Japan Golf Classic achieved by Patty Sheehan
137. November 6, 1988 – NYC men’s lengthy run achieved by Steve Jones and Grete Waitz achieve 9th women’s championship
138. November 6, 1989 – capture of unauthorized radio station WJPL by US law officers and FCC in Brooklyn
139. November 6, 1990 – NL Rookie of the Year achieved by Braves’ Dave Justice
140. November 6, 1990 – inferno devastates stages of Universal Studios
141. November 6, 1990 – Joseph Ada becomes Guam Republican governor for the 2nd time
142. November 6, 1990 – earthquake strikes Iran’s oil-producing area
143. November 6, 1990 – 3rd musical “I’m Your Baby Tonight” by Whitney Houston (Billboard Album of the Year 1991)
144. November 6, 1991 – the inauguration of “Moscow Circus Cirk Valentin” at Gershwin to give 32 pr4esdentations
145. November 6, 1991 – Grand Duke Vladimir Kirillovitsj comes back to St Petersburg
146. November 6, 1991 – Mauna Kea Hawaii uses the biggest telescope, Keck II
147. November 6, 1991 – Release of a software system – bulletin Board System 2.0 announced
148. November 6, 1991 – appointment of Robert M. Gates as the 15th director of the CIA
149. November 6, 1991 – Communist Part banned by Russian President Boris Yeltsin
150. November 6, 1991 – the inferno in oil wells caused by the receding Iraq army in Kuwait quenched

151. November 6, 1993 – inebriated actor Howard Rollins detained
152. November 6, 1993 – Evander Holyfield defeats Riddick Bowe in for heavyweight boxing championship
153. November 6, 1993 – Horses Arcangues, Brocco, Cardmania, Hollywood Wildcat, Kotashaan, Lure, and Phone Chatter vie for the Horse Racing Breeders’ Cup Championship at Belmont
154. November 6, 1994 – 24th NYC Women’s lengthy run achieved by Tegla Loroupe in 2:27:37
155. November 6, 1994 – 25th NYC Lengthy run achieved by German Silva in 2:11:21
156. November 6, 1994 – Emomali Rachmonov acclaimed as president of Tajikistan
157. November 6, 1994 – LPGA Toray Japan Queens Golf Cup achieved by Woo-Soon Ko
158. November 6, 1995 – owner of National Football Team Owner, Art Modell makes a formal declaration that Cleveland Browns are shifting to Baltimore
159. November 6, 1995 – The peace pact with Palestinians was resisted by Yigal Amir who killed Yitzhak Rabin. He was cremated by Israel
160. November 6, 1996 – NL Rookie of the Year achieved by LA Dodger Todd Hollandworth
161. November 6, 1996 – Debut performance of “The English Patient” on the theme of the Novel by Michael Ondaatje, guided by Anthony Minghella and featuring Ralph Fiennes, Juliette Binoche, and Kristen Scott Thomas in Los Angeles (Best Picture 1997)
162. November 6, 1997 – premiere of “Proposals” at Broadhurst Theater NYC to give 76 presentations
163. November 6, 1997 – Dusty Baker of SF Giants acknowledged as NL Manager of the Year
164. November 6, 1999 – The British king was retained as the head of state in the Australian plebiscite
165. November 6, 1999 – Australia defeated France 35-12 to win the 4th Rugby World Cup in Cardiff

21st Century – November 6 This Day In History – The 2000s

166. November 6, 2001 – the OPEC cautions that there would be a fall in prices of crude oil if the non-OPEC oil suppliers to outside countries do not curtail oil manufacture and this in turn causes the low delivery of crude oil for December on New York Mercantile Exchange
167. November 6, 2002 – Inferno on board a train going towards Vienna from Paris causes the death of 12 people
168. November 6, 2002 – Alan Jackson and Martina McBride achieve the 36th Country Music Association Award
169. November 6, 2004 – in an accident involving an express training hitting a non-moving car at a helmet of Ufton Nervet, England 6 people lost their lives and 150 wounded
170. November 6, 2005 – The cyclone Evansville of November 2005 caused 25 people to lose their lives in Northern Kentucky and Southwestern Indiana
171. November 6, 2005 – the military rulers of Myanmar commence shifting their ministries to Pyinmana from Yangon

172. November 6, 2005 – premiere of “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”, the 4th movie based on the books authored by J.K. Rowling in London. Declared the most popular movie of the year making USD 900 million
173. November 6, 2006 – Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood, and Keith Urban achieve the 40th Country Music Association Award
174. November 6, 2012 – in a fowl processing unit in Fresno, California, 5 people were shot dead
175. November 6, 2012 – Barack Obama defeats Republican Mitt Romney to become the President of the USA for the 2nd term
176. November 6, 2012 – Melbourne Cup goes to Green Moon at the race at Flemington
177. November 6, 2012 – The first woman senator from Massachusetts was Elizabeth Warren
178. November 6, 2012 – Tammy Duckworth, a handicapped woman, and the first person born in Thailand to be voted to US Congress
179. November 6, 2013 – A reckless detonation in Damascus, Syria, causes 8 people to lose their lives and 50 to suffer injuries
180. November 6, 2013 – reckless bombing kills 15 in Baghdad, Iraq
181. November 6, 2016 – The contamination level in the air in Delhi caused a crisis that the Indian government shut down schools and structure-building activities

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