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Famous Events For October 13

Famous Events For October 13 – Today In History

What Happened on October 13 in World History?

Early Centuries – October 13 Historic Events – Before 1700

October 13, 0054 – Nero relives Claudius to become the Roman Emperor
October 13, 0049 – Vandals, a Germanic tribe, and Alans, an Iranian tribe move to Hispania by traversing Pyrenes
October 13, 1213 – war between Bishop Pierrepont, Louis II, and Henry I of Brabant at Steppes. Henry, I was defeated
October 13, 1282 – The ashes of Nichiren Daishonin, who established the Nichiren School of Buddhism, are buried at Taikiji Temple
October 13, 1307 – French King Philip IV accuses and detains Grand Master Jacques de Molay and the Knights Templar of fanaticism and dishonesty
October 13, 1483 – Rabbi Isaac commences writing commentary on the Bible
October 13, 1492 – The Navy commanded by Sir Edward Poynings, an Englishman, seized Lock
October 13, 1501 – an agreement between Maximilian of Austria and Louis XII entitled to the Treaty of Trente

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October 13, 1534 – Alessandro Farnese was elected as Pope Paul III
October 13, 1629 – Spiritual liberty in West Indies allowed by Dutch West Indies Co
October 13, 1652 – Exile of Prince of Conde to Paris
October 13, 1659 – Army Chief John Lambert forces English Rump to resign
October 13, 1660 – establishment of Denmark as a kingdom by a verdict of King Frederik III

18th Century – What Happened on October 13 – The 1700s

October 13, 1702 – the combined forces of Dutch and English seize Liege
October 13, 1710 – seize of Acadia by English defense forces
October 13, 1716 – seize of Temesvar by the defense forces of King Karel VI of Hungary
October 13, 1724 – publication of 7 pamphlets by Jonathan Swift, known as the Drapiers Letter, on the minting of copper coin
October 13, 1760 – Russian and Austrian defense vacate Berlin
October 13, 1773 – Charles Messier located the Whirlpool Galaxy
October 13, 1775 – The Continental Congress in the US approves the establishment of the naval force and founded
October 13, 1792 – printing and correcting of “Old Farmer’s Almanac” by Robert Thomas
October 13, 1792 – Inauguration of the construction of the Executive House (White House)

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19th Century – October 13 This Day That Year – The 1800s

October 13, 1812 – The effort of the US army to conquer Canada was repulsed by the British army at the War of Queenstown Heights
October 13, 1843 – B’nai B’rith, an international Jewish Organisation was established in NY
October 13, 1845 – the Constitution of Texas approved
October 13, 1860 – pictures from mid-air taken in the US for the first time
October 13, 1863 – there were 50 killings at the battle at Blountsville, Tennessee
October 13, 1864 – there were 337 killings at the war at Darbytown Road, Virginia
October 13, 1864 – war of Dalton
October 13, 1864 – war of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia
October 13, 1864 – the new Constitution for Maryland was approved as also the banning of bondage
October 13, 1870 – premier musical piano performance by Gustav Mahler
October 13, 1871 – A society of people with a common interest, known as the Delphic Society was established at the State Normal School in Geneseo, New York
October 13, 1881 – Eliezer Ben-Yehuda and their families decide to speak only in the Hebrew language to restore the language
October 13, 1884 – Greenwich in London is recognized as the global time peak of longitude
October 13, 1885 – establishment of Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia
October 13, 1890 – a group of 11 law pupils at Cornell University established the Delta Chi fraternity in Ithaca, New York
October 13, 1893 – in the 9th America Cup, Vigilant (US) defeats Valkyrie II (UK)
October 13, 1896 – premiere show to masses of the cinema in New Zealand
October 13, 1899 – the black mine laborers numbering 7000 who had lost their jobs in South Africa arrive in Natal

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day October 13 – The 1900s

October 13, 1902 – US President Theodore Roosevelt warned to use the military to run the mines who have struck work; this resulted in the establishment of the Commission of Arbitration and the proprietors to adhere to the findings of the Commission
October 13, 1903 – Pilgrims defeat Pirates 5-3 plays in the 1st World Series
October 13, 1903 – debut performance of “Babes in Toyland” by Victor Herbert in NYC
October 13, 1914 – Boston Braves triumphs over Philadelphia A’s, their debut victory in the World Series
October 13, 1914 – copyrights were given to Garrett Morgan for inventing the safety hood which was later called a a gas mask
October 13, 1914 – demonstration by pro-German Boers to British rule in South Africa
October 13, 1915 – Boston Red Sox triumphs over Philadelphia Phillies, 4-1 play in the 12th World Series
October 13, 1917 – The Soviet Union recognizes the founding of the Petrograd Military
October 13, 1917 – Navy defeats Maryland, 62-0 in the 7th College Football Crab Bowl Classic in Annapolis
October 13, 1920 – The World Series carnival in Wade Park attracts huge fans
October 13, 1921 – NY Giants defeat NY Yankees, 5-3 in the 18th World Series
October 13, 1923 – Angora (Ankara) declared as the capital of Turkey
October 13, 1924 – Saudi army commanded by Abdulaziz Ibn Saud captures Mecca without any resistance
October 13, 1930 – German legislature with 107 nationalist Social German Workers party members in uniform open

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October 13, 1931 – The musical “Everybody’s Welcome” debuts in NYC
October 13, 1931 – debut performance of “Cavalcade” by Noel Coward in London
October 13, 1933 – debut show of “Tovarich” by JDJ Boularan in Paris
October 13, 1933 – the founding of STEVO, a football team in Geesteren
October 13, 1934 – Navy defeats Maryland, 16-13 at the 11th College Football Crab Bowl Classic in Annapolis
October 13, 1936 – a portion of the Cleve Arena was demolished by the detonation of the gas seeped
October 13, 1937 – a very small snowfall in Central Park, NYC
October 13, 1941 – Nazis execute thousands of Jewish children and senior people
October 13, 1943 – Battle between Italy and Germany
October 13, 1944 – Riga, capital of Latvia, declared independent
October 13, 1944 – Aachen was the first German town to be seized by US defense during WWII
October 13, 1947 – debut performance of “Kukla, Fran and Ollie”
October 13, 1949 – premiere of “Touch and Go” at Broadhurst Theatre NYC and gives 176 presentations
October 13, 1950 – first performance of “All About Eve” guided by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and featuring Bette Davis and Anne Baxter

October 13, 1953 – copyright given to Samuel Bagno for his invention of Burglar Alarm
October 13, 1954 – Debut performance of “Tender Trap” by Robert Paul Smith and Max Shulman in NYC
October 13, 1955 – circulation of the first issue of L’ Express in Paris
October 13, 1956 – TV transmission channel 8 in Presque Isle, ME on NBC/CBS/ABC
October 13, 1957 – currency reforms in GDR; the old Ost Mark was withdrawn and a new mint issued
October 13, 1958 – Pope Pius XII, Eugenio Pacelli was cremated on the coinciding with the 41st year of the “Miracle of the Sun”
October 13, 1960 – Third discussion between Nixon and Kennedy for the Presidential
October 13, 1960 – The protestors of Fidel Castro silenced in Cuba
October 13, 1962 – premiere of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” on Broadway, featuring Uta Hagen
October 13, 1963 – The frenzy of the fans Beatles caused at Palladium is described as “Beatlemania”
October 13, 1963 – US defeats 23-9 at East Lake Country Club, in the 15th Ryder Cup
October 13, 1963 – LPGA Championship achieved by Mickey Wright
October 13, 1964 – a heavy high rainfall of 125.5 mm at Plesman Airport, Curacao
October 13, 1964 – The Soviet space flight Voskhod 1 with its crew arrives on land
October 13, 1966 – North Vietnam shelled by 173 US aircraft
October 13, 1966 – appointment of Vice Admiral Rufus L Taylor, USN as deputy director of the CIA
October 13, 1967 – abandoning of “House Party” by CBS broadcaster
October 13, 1968 – dedication of the Tinker Creek George of Cleveland Metro parks
October 13, 1969 – a crew of 7 cosmonauts in space for the first time
October 13, 1969 – dismissal of Billy Martin as Manager of AL West-winning Twins
October 13, 1969 – spacecraft Soyuz 8 propelled into space by the Soviets
October 13, 1970 – detention of Angela Davis in NYC
October 13, 1970 – Atomic test by USSR at Sary Shagan, USSR
October 13, 1970 – an untimely detonation of a bomb leaves a man dead in Dublin, Republic of Ireland
October 13, 1971 – flood light play of the 1st World Series play
October 13, 1971 – TV transmission channel 24 in Meridian, MS stops airing programmes
October 13, 1972 – valedictory of “Hurry, Harry” at Ritz Theatre NYC after making 2 presentations

October 13, 1972 – low range jet airliner plunges into a pool near Moscow killing 176
October 13, 1972 – Bert Campaneries was permitted to participate in the World Series by Commissioner Bowie Kuhn
October 13, 1972 – A flight between Uruguay to Chile met with an accident in the Andes Mountains
October 13, 1973 – Jordan participates in the Yom Kippur battle
October 13, 1973 – Teri Garr features on “Emily in for Carol” by Bob Newhart
October 13, 1973 – opening performance of “Badlands” guided by Terrence Malick featuring Martin Sheen and Sissy Spacek at the New York Film Festival
October 13, 1975 – John Denver achieves the 9th Country Music Association Award
October 13, 1975 – surgical intervention for the throat of singer Neil Young
October 13, 1976 – in an accident involving a Bolivian commercial plane in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, men and children lost their lives
October 13, 1976 – Dr. F.A. Murphy, a scientist at C.D.C first identified the Ebola pathological particle through an electron micrograph
October 13, 1978 – in a question and answer interaction, US President Jimmy Carter replies to queries arranged on National Public Radio
October 13, 1978 – Swaziland prohibits electoral parties under the new constitution
October 13, 1978 – a satellite to predict the weather conditions, Tiros N, opened
October 13, 1978 – a musical by Billy Joel, “52nd Street” was announced
October 13, 1980 – Barbara Mandrell, Emmylou Harris, and George Jones achieve the 14th Country Music Association Award
October 13, 1980 – senseless killings of 6 blacks in Buffalo, NY
October 13, 1981 – Vice President Hosni Mubarak voted to power as President of Egypt
October 13, 1982 – Jim Thorpe was redecorated of his Olympic Medals from the 1912 Olympics by IOC
October 13, 1982 – Don Lever scores the first goal for NJ Devils
October 13, 1983 – The cellular network in Chicago was first established by Ameritech Mobile Communications
October 13, 1984 – Blackhawk Bill Gardner achieved his 10th penalty hit vs. the Islanders
October 13, 1984 – The first pedigree horse to win prize money of $6 million was John Henry
October 13, 1984 – Spacecraft STS 41-G arrives at Kennedy Space Centre
October 13, 1985 – curtain down for “Sunday in the Park with George” at Booth NYC after 604 presentations

October 13, 1985 – Belgium Prime Minister, Martens CVP was victorious in the voting for Parliament
October 13, 1985 – Vince Coleman of Cards was injured in his left leg by the tarpaulin rolling machine at the Busch Stadium during the NLCS match
October 13, 1986 – Reba Mc Entire achieves the 20th Country Music Association Award
October 13, 1986 – 25th NY, NL participates in the World Series
October 13, 1986 – IOC declares that medals will be awarded to baseball sports activity in 1992
October 13, 1987 – US Navy trained oceanic dolphins for defense purposes
October 13, 1987 – The Nobel Peace Prize was achieved by Costa Rican President Oscar Arias
October 13, 1987 – In a cricket World Cup Match Vs Sri Lanka, West Indies notched 360 for 4 in 50 overs
October 13, 1988 – valedictory of the musical at Masada of Israel’s 40th yearly carnival
October 13, 1988 – The carbon test for determining the date of the Shroud of Turin, as the burial fabric, has established that it was false
October 13, 1989 – Harding Peterson succeeds Bob Quinn, who stepped down as NY Yankee VP/GM
October 13, 1989 – the industrial average of Dow Jones reached a low point of 190.58
October 13, 1990 – Devine services at St Basil Cathedral in Red Square, Moscow
October 13, 1990 – Inauguration of the Target Centre in Minneapolis
October 13, 1991 – The first manager to be expelled in the final game was Blue Jay Cito Gaston
October 13, 1991 – Minnesota Twins defeats Toronto in 5 games to achieve the AL banner
October 13, 1991 – Minnesota Twins defeat Toronto Blue Jays, 4-1 games at the MLB American League Championship

October 13, 1993 – Papandreou announces his council of ministers in Greek
October 13, 1993 – debut victory of Mighty Ducks in NHL play
October 13, 1993 – Russel Hulse and Joseph Taylor share the Nobel Prize for Physics
October 13, 1993 – Kary Mullis and Michael Smith share the Nobel Prize for Chemistry
October 13, 1993 – The CNN photographers capture the picture of Pilot Mike Durant in custody
October 13, 1993 – Philadelphia Phillies defeat the Atlanta Braves, 4-2 plays, at the MLB National League Championship
October 13, 1994 – commencement of first-class domestic cricket in Australia – Sheffield Shield season – between Queensland v Tasmania
October 13, 1994 – Japanese litterateur Kenzaburo Oe was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature
October 13, 1995 – The Nobel Prize for Physics was awarded to Polish scientist Joseph Rotblat for his research on atomic fallout
October 13, 1995 – Pamela Anderson Lee hospitalized with indications of flu
October 13, 1996 – valedictory of “Big” at Shubert Theatre NYC after 193 presentations
October 13, 1996 – Betsy King LPGA Golf Classic achieved by Annika Sorenstam
October 13, 1996 – Nick Lowrey of NY Jet surpasses the achievement of Jan Steneud NFL of 374 goals
October 13, 1996 – The totals of HRs of both the Yanks and Orioles equal the final game score of 6 HRs
October 13, 1996 – Damon Hill achieves the 47th Formula One WDC by 19 points
October 13, 1996 – New York Yankees defeat Baltimore Orioles, 4-1 play at the MLB American League Championship
October 13, 1997 – Andy Green steers his jet-powered automobile to a high speed of 749.69 mph
October 13, 1998 – New York Yankees defeat Cleveland Indians, 4-2 at the MLB American League Championship
October 13, 1999 – The United States Congress did not approve the Comprehensive Test Ban Agreement

21st Century – October 13 This Day In History – The 2000s

October 13, 2002 – Michael Schumacher achieves the 53rd Formula One WDC by 67 points
October 13, 2002 – Anaheim Angels defeat Minnesota Twins, 4-1 at the MLB American League Championship
October 13, 2006 – Nobel Prize for Peace achieved by financier Muhammad Yunus and Grameen Bank for achievements in microfinancing projects
October 13, 2007 – Boston College triumphs over Notre Dame 27-14 at the 17th College Football Holy War at South Bend
October 13, 2008 – ball-out up to 37 billion pounds to Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds, and HBOs to avoid financial breakdown
October 13, 2010 – all is well at the end for 33 miners who survived the Copiapo mishap after 69 days of stay underground
October 13, 2012 – in a reckless bombing in Darra Adam Khel, Pakistan, 15 people lost their life
October 13, 2012 – A painting by Gerhard Richter vended for $34 million, a record amount sold by a surviving painter
October 13, 2013 – Pandemonium on an overpass in Datia Madhya Pradesh, India leaves 109 people dead
October 13, 2015 – Basketball player, Lamar Odom was discovered unconscious in a house of prostitution and rushed to a nursing home
October 13, 2015 – Marlon James is the first Jamaican to achieve the Man Brooker Prize for his novel “A Brief History of Seven Killings”
October 13, 2015 – first discussion for the presidential in Las Vegas, Nevada, and aired by CNN
October 13, 2016 – Nobel Prize for Literature achieved by Bob Dylan, an American singer and song author

October 13, 2017 – the discovery of Arabic words ‘Allah’ and ‘Ali’ on the dress worn during burial in the tombs in Gamla Uppsala, Sweden by archaeologists
October 13, 2017 – starving bears kill two in Russia due to lack of food and 83 bears found to be aggressive to humans were killed in Sakhalin Island, Eastern Russia

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