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Famous Events For November 9

Famous Events For November 9 – Today In History

What Happened on November 9 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 9 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 9, 0694 – Spanish King Egica makes Jews slaves after accusing them of aiding Muslims
2. November 9, 1282 – Pope Martinus IV bans king Pedro III of Aragon
3. November 9, 1313 – Louis conquered Frederick Ivoivoderia the Bavarian at the war of Bamelsdorf.
4. November 9, 1330 – Wallachian voivode Basarab I wins the war of Posada by defeating the Hungarian army in a surprise attack
5. November 9, 1494 – Piero the Unfortunate of the de Medici family, king of Florence exiles after loss of power.
6. November 9, 1520 – Nobles of Sweden were beheaded by King Christian II of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden – known as the Stockholm Bloodbath
7. November 9, 1526 – Maria of Hapsburg banishes Jews from Pressburg (Bratislava).
8. November 9, 1541 – Queen Catherine Howard fifth wife of Henry VIII kept in the Tower of London

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9. November 9, 1569 – The Duke of Northumberland and Westmoreland organizes rebellion by Catholics
10. November 9, 1580 – Spanish army seizes Ireland
11. November 9, 1620 – The ship Mayflower sights land after a month on the English beach and about two months stranding on sea
12. November 9, 1673 – English King Charles terminates Early of Shaftesbury
13. November 9, 1681 – the Hungarian legislature assured freedom of religion for protestants
14. November 9, 1697 – the creation of the city of Cervia by Pope Innocent XII

18th Century – What Happened on November 9 – The 1700s

15. November 9, 1720 – The place of worship of Jews, Rabbi Yehuda Hasid burnt to ashes
16. November 9, 1729 – agreement for peace among Spain, France and Britain
17. November 9, 1764 – Mary Campbell, prisoner of war of Lenape between French and Indian handed over to forces guided by Colonel Henry Bouquet.
18. November 9, 1794 – Seize of Warsaw by Russian army
19. November 9, 1799 – military coup organized by Napoleon Bonaparte to become the ruler of France as First Consul

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19th Century – November 9 This Day That Year – The 1800s

20. November 9, 1821 – classes for pharmacy students were held for the first time in the first US Pharmacy college in Philadelphia
21. November 9,  1842- copyrights granted to George Bruce of New York City for fonts and borders
22. November 9, 1848 – the inauguration of the post office at Clay & Pike
23. November 9, 1848 – the beheading of Robert Blum, a German radical and MP (Liberal) in Vienna
24. November 9, 1851 – the kidnapping of Calvin Fairbank, a protestor, by Kentucky officials from Jeffersonville, Indiana to conduct a trial against him for helping a slave to run away
25. November 9, 1853 – a unique number assigned for Carrington rotation of the Sun from this day
26. November 9, 1854 – debut performance of “Fest-Long” by Franz Liszt
27. November 9, 1857 – premiere release of the Atlantic Monthly journal
28. November 9, 1858 – debut performance of NY Symphony Orchestra
29. November 9, 1861 – first soccer Canadian play (at U of Toronto)
30. November 9, 1862 – US Army chief Ulysses S. Grant bans Jews from working under him
31. November 9, 1864 – first consignment of goods sent from Burrard Inlet, BC to an external country
32. November 9, 1864 – ‘March to the Sea’ strategy announced by Sherman
33. November 9, 1872 – inferno in Boston demolishes nearly 1000 buildings
34. November 9, 1877 – inauguration of the American Chemical Society in NY
35. November 9, 1885 – the debut of ‘Ermine” in London
36. November 9, 1888 – Mary Jane Kelly was the last and the 5th target of the serial killer Jack Ripper and found on her bed

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 9 – The 1900s

37. November 9, 1900 – Manchuria comes under the insignificant authority of China; a confidential pact between the Chinese governor of Manchuria permits Russia to station their army parallel to the railway and govern the civil administration
38. November 9, 1904 – the first flight of aircraft was for 5 minutes
39. November 9, 1905 –Miners in Sweden struck work for five months for minimum remunerations and succeeded
40. November 9, 1906 – Theodore Roosevelt visits another country (Puerto Rico and Panama for the first time
41. November 9, 1907 – Calgary City Rugby Football Club defeats Edmonton Rugby Football Club, first play, 26-5 at Edmonton Exhibition Arena
42. November 9, 1907 – presentation of a Cullinan Diamond to Kind Edward VI on his birthday
43. November 9, 1912 – debut performance of “Farkas” by Ferenc Molnar in Budapest
44. November 9, 1913 – cyclone ‘Freshwater’ drowns 8 vessels loaded with ore on Great Lakes
45. November 9, 1914 – The German vessel ‘Emden’ which was offensive in the Pacific Ocean was sunk by Australian vessel ‘Sydney’ off Cocos Island near Sumatra.
46. November 9, 1916 – in an accidental explosion of a ship loaded with shells and bombs at Bakaritsa harbor, near Archangel, Soviet Union, approximately 600 died and 800 wounded
47. November 9, 1918 – Emperor Wilhelm II resigns after the defeat of German in WWI
48. November 9, 1918 – The Weimar Republic of Germanynazionalista after the Germans were defeated in WWI
49. November 9, 1921 – Mussolini established Partito Nazionalista Fascista in Italy
50. November 9, 1922 – The 1921 Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to Frederick Soddy (announced in 1922 due to some technical reasons)
51. November 9, 1923 – an unsuccessful military coup – Beer Hall Putsch – by Hitler to seize power in Munich. 16 lost their life and Hitler escapes

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52. November 9, 1924 – The first selected woman Governor of Texas was Miriam (Ma) Ferguson
53. November 9, 1925 – German NSDAP (Nazi Party) shapes Schutzstaffel (SS)
54. November 9, 1925 – Physicist Robert A. Millikan establishes the presence of cosmic rays from space during a lecture at the National Academy of Sciences in Madison, Wisconsin
55. November 9, 1926 – detention of Antonio Gramsci, Italian Communist chief in Rome
56. November 9, 1927 – blessing service of automobiles by Bishop of Havea
57. November 9, 1930 – 1st continuous flight from NY to Panama
58. November 9, 1932 – 2500 died due to a cyclonic storm over Santa Cruz del Sur Cuba
59. November 9, 1932 – many were injured and some were killed during the disturbances causing the clash between conservatives and socialists in Switzerland
60. November 9, 1935 – establishment of Congress of Industrial Organizations
61. November 9, 1936 – Frasheri in Albina resigns
62. November 9, 1936 – Ruth Harkness, a Fashion designer in the US brings the first panda cub, Su Lin, from China to the US
63. November 9, 1937 – Shanghai sieged by Japan
64. November 9, 1937 – Joe Medwick of St Louis Cards designated NL MVP
65. November 9, 1938 – anti-Jewish Day, created by Al Capp, a Cartoonist of Lil’ Abner comic strip
66. November 9, 1938 – anti-Jewish massacre in Germany and Austria started
67. November 9, 1939 – the debut of “Ninotchka” featuring Greta Garbo
68. November 9, 1939 – Nobel Prize for physics bestowed on Ernest O Lawrence (cyclotron)
69. November 9, 1939 – military intelligence in, Germany kills 2 British spies
70. November 9, 1941 – warning by Hitler to Clemens August, Graf von Galen, and Bishop of Munster

71. November 9, 1942 – Erik Scavenius made prime minister during the occupation of Denmark
72. November 9, 1942 – French Jews shifted to nazi-Germany by IAF squadron No.44
73. November 9, 1944 – Nobel peace prize awarded to Red Cross
74. November 9, 1944 – the island of Walcheren cleared of Nazi army
75. November 9, 1946 – US President Harry Truman terminates wage/price restrictions
76. November 9, 1949 – The Constitution of Costa Rica approved
77. November 9, 1950 – Sam Jethroe of Boston Brave achieves NL Rookie of the Year
78. November 9, 1950 – appointment of skipper Eddie Sawyer of Phillies as Manager of the Year
79. November 9, 1950 – NL Rookie of the Year awarded to Sam Jethore of Boston Brave
80. November 9, 1950 – Manager of the Year awarded to skipper Eddie Sawyer of the Phillies
81. November 9, 1950 – Luke Appling retired from White Sox, who was with them since 1930
82. November 9, 1953 – France grants freedom to Cambodia within its union
83. November 9, 1953 – TV transmission channel 2 in Billings, MT starts airing programs
84. November 9, 1953 – Supreme Court grants anti-trust laws exemption to Major League Baseball
85. November 9, 1955 – debut performance of ‘Hatful of Rain’ by Michael Gazzo in NYC
86. November 9, 1955 – In a cricket match between NZ and Pakistan in Decca, NZ they were all out for 70
87. On November 9, the UN did not approve South Africa’s discrimination based on race UN
88. November 9, 1956 – Lou Thesz beats Whipper Billy Watson in St Louis to achieve the NWA championship

89. November 9, 1961 – The PGA abolished its Caucasian-only rule
90. November 9, 1961 – the debut of ‘Gideon’ by Paddy Chayefsky in NYC
91. November 9, 1961 – Major Robert M. White takes X-15 aircraft to a height of 30,970 m
92. November 9, 1961 – The aircraft X-15 achieves a speed of 4093 mph (Mach 6.04) and touches a height of 101,600 feet (30970m or over 19 miles)
93. November 9, 1962 – Netherlands Catharina Lodders crowned Miss World
94. November 9, 1962 – Atomic test by US at Nevada
95. November 9, 1963 – Valedictory of ‘Tovarich’ at Broadway Theatre NYC after 264 presentations
96. November 9, 1963 – There were 450 victims in a coal-dust detonation and 160 deaths in a train accident in Japan
97. November 9, 1964 – premiere of ‘Comedy in Music-Opus 2’ at John Golden NYC to present 192 times
98. November 9, 1965 – Eisaku Sato forms government in Japan
99. November 9, 1965 – The first New York Knick play vs. St Louis put off
100. November 9, 1965 – Cyclone strikes northeast of the US and Canada
101. November 9, 1965 – Willie Mays achieved NL MVP
102. November 9, 1965 – many parts of the USA and some parts of Canada suffered power failure for up to 13 hours during the Northeast Blackout of 1965
103. November 9, 1966 – Meeting between John Lennon and Yoko Ono, an avante-grade artist at the exhibition at Indica Gallery in London
104. November 9, 1966 – premiere of ‘Let’s Sing Yiddish’ at Brooks Atkinson NYC to give 107th  presentations
105. November 9, 1966 – inauguration of Oakland Coliseum stadium
106. November 9, 1967 – the perfect landing of spacecraft Survivor on the Earth’s moon

107. November 9, 1967 – Saturn V an unmanned, satellite, hurled on an experimental basis into Earth’s orbit
108. November 9, 1968 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
109. November 9, 1968 – The Loyalist group guided by Ian Paisley and Ronald Bunting take a procession to the Diamond area of Derry, North Ireland
110. November 9, 1969 – a musical ‘Bridge over the Troubled Water’ documented by Simon & Garfunkel
111. November 9, 1970 – court proceedings against Seattle 8 anti-war demonstrators commence,
112. November 9, 1970 – premiere of Goodies, a trio of British comedians (Tim Brook Taylor, Graeme Garden, and Bill Oddie) on Television, BBC
113. November 9, 1970 – Michael Hurley establishes the Irish School of Ecumenic
114. November 9, 1971 – debut performance of ‘Changing Room’ by David Storey in London
115. November 9, 1971 – John List destroys his family members before shifting to Colorado
116. November 9, 1972 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
117. November 9, 1973 – inferno at Taiyo departmental kills 101 and injuring 84 in Kumamoto Japan
118. November 9, 1973 – announcement of ‘Ringo’ a collection of music by Ringo Starr
119. November 9, 1976 – Billy Williams of Oakland retires culminating his Hall of Fame profession
120. November 9, 1976 – Racial Redsiachievesn in South Africa criticized by the UN General Assembly
121. November 9, 1977 – George Foster of the Reds achieves NL MVP
122. November 9, 1978 – NASL re-groups its 24 players into 6 divisions
123. November 9, 1980 – holy war declared by Iraqi President Saddam Hussein against Iran
124. November 9, 1980 – LPGA Mazda Japan Golf Classic achieved by Tatsuko Ohsako
125. November 9, 1982 – Robin Yount of Brewers achieves AL MVP without any opposition
126. November 9, 1982 – Sugar Ray Leonard steps down for the first time

127. November 9, 1983 – hijacking of Freddie Heineken, an Amsterdam manufacturer of beer
128. November 9, 1983 – shifting of Discovery from Vandenberg AFB to Kennedy Space Centre
129. November 9, 1984 – Brian McMillian plays his first international cricket, Transvaal B vs. N Tvl B
130. November 9, 1984 – Larry Holmes defeats Bonecrusher Smith in 12 to achieve the heavy boxing championship
131. November 9, 1984 – a memorial in Washington DC in honor of soldiers who fought in the Vietnam War dedicated
132the . November 9, 1984 – debut performance of the horror film, “A Nightmare on Elm Street” by Wes Craven in the US
133. November 9, 1985 – valedictory of ‘News’ at Helen Hays Karpovr NYC after 4 presentations.
134. November 9, 1985 – Gary Kasparov defeats fellow Russian Anatoly Karpov (13-11) to become the youngest world chess champion at the age of 22
135. November 9, 1985 – In a cricket match between New Zealand vs Australia at Gabba, Richard Hadlee achieves 9-52
136. November 9, 1985 – 8 killed in shock violence at a supermarket in Belgium in Aalst
137. November 9, 1986 – LPGA Mazda Japan Golf Classic achieved by Wasu Tu
138. November 9, 1986 – In a cricket match between Pakistan and West Indies at Lahore, Pakistan were all out for 77
139. November 9, 1988 – premiere of “Prince of Central Park” at Belasco Theater NYC to give 4 presentations
140. November 9, 1988 – MLB All-Star team defeats Japan 8-2 in Nishinomya (Game 4 of 7)
141. November 9, 1989 – Travel between East Berlin and West Berlin permitted
142. November 9, 1990 – Malecela becomes the prime minister of Tanzania
143. November 9, 1990 – The constitution of Nepal approved
144. November 9, 1991 – Roman Anderson of Houston achieves 1st NCAA 400 points
145. November 9, 1991 – a group of scientists under Joint European Torus generate atomic power in Culham England
146. November 9, 1992 – The radio show by Howard Stern commences airing the program in Las Vegas Nevada
147. November 9, 1992 – Prize in French Literature, Prix Goncourt achieved by Patrick Chamoiseau for “Texaco”
148. November 9, 1993 – premiere of ‘Cinderella’ at New York State Theatre NYC to give 14 presentations
149. November 9, 1993 – 9 children lost their lives when the Serbian army opened fire on a school in Sarajevo.
150. November 9, 1993 – an old bridge, Stari Most constructed in Mostar, Bosnia in 1566, was destroyed by bombing several times
151. November 9, 1994 – Chandrika Kumaratunga assumes office in Sri Lanka as its first woman president
152. November 9, 1994 – Detection of the chemical element Darmstadtium at GSI Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research in Germany

153. November 9, 1995 – premiere of “Danny Gans on Broadway” at Neil Simon Theatre, NYC
154. November 9, 1997 – curtain down for “Cherry Orchard” at Martin Beck Theatre NY
155. November 9, 1997 – LPGA Toray Japan Queens Cup awarded to Liselotte Neumann
156. November 9, 1998 – Stock and shares agents in the US were ordered to pay a compensation of USD 1.03 billion to NASDAQ stockholders for price-fixing.
157. November 9, 1998 – Death sentence abolished in the UK for all capital crimes
158. November 9, 1999 – TAESA Flight meets with an accident immediately after takeoff from the Uruapan airport on the way to Mexico killing 18 persons

21st Century – November 9 This Day In History – The 2000s

159. November 9, 2003 – 17 people killed in a self-destroying extremist attack in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
160. November 9, 2004 – Bungie Studios developed Halo 2 video game, a first-person shooter play announced on Xbox
161. November 9, 2004 – Kenny Chesney, Martina McBride, and Keith Urban achieve the 38th Country Music Association Award
162. November 9, 2005 – self-destroying extremists attack three hotels in Amman, Jordan murdering approximately 60 people
163. November 9, 2005 – European Space Agency hurls The Venus Express task from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan
164. November 9, 2007 – 3rd musical collection by Alicia Keys, “As I Am” announced (Grammy Award Best Female R&B Vocal Performance 2008, 2008 Billboard Album of the Year)
165. November 9, 2009 – Poker’s main event achieved by Joe Cada, the youngest titleholder of the World Series
166. November 9, 2011 – Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert & Blake Shelton achieve the 45th Country Music Association Award
167. November 9, 2011 – Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year awarded to Shakira
168. November 9, 2012 – In an accidental fire caused by liquid fuel on a train in Burma, at least 25 were killed and 62 were wounded

169. November 9, 2012 – an Algerian military transport aircraft meets with an accident near Avignon, France killing 6 people
170. November 9, 2013 – a gunman shoots 8 persons in Cali, Columbia
171. November 9, 2013 – The Miss Universe 2013 title was awarded to Maria Gabriela Isler, a 25-year-old Venezuelan
172. November 9, 2014 – Air raid in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul under the guidance of the United States against the Islamic State
173. November 9, 2014 – 25th anniversary of the destruction of the Berlin Wall held in Germany; white balloons flown to represent the Wall’s loss
174. November 9, 2014 – An emergency fund created by the African business community to assist the countries affected by the Ebola epidemic
175. November 9, 2014 – China, the United States, and Asia-Pacific countries declare their strategies to eradicate corruption
176. November 9, 2015 – stepping down of Tim Wolfe, President of the University of Missouri due to complaints of widespread intolerance on campus
177. November 9, 2015 –The recommendation of the World Anti-Doping Commission endorses ban of the Russian Federation from athletics competitions for organizing a doping program
178. November 9, 2015 – Due to a disagreement on the treatment of whales, San Diego’s Sea World pronounces that it will revamp its whale show
179. November 9, 2015 – a sum of $170.4 m was offered in an auction sale of “Reclining Nude” by an Italian painter Modigliani.
180. November 9, 2015 – a musical, “Love Yourself” announced by Justin Bieber (Billboard Song of the Year 2016, Grammy Song of the Year)
181. November 9, 2017 – Attorney General, Sheikh Saud al-Mojeb of Saudi Arabia announces 201 more have been detained for interrogation in an initiative against corruption
182. November 9, 2017 – The New York Times reports the sexual abuse of five women by comedian Louis C.K.
183. November 9, 2017 – The Washington Post reported the sexual abuse of teen girls by Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore

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