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Famous Events For October 14

Famous Events For October 14 – Today In History

What Happened on October 14 in World History?

Early Centuries – October 14 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. October 14, 0530 – Discorus steps down from his position as Pope
2. October 14, 1066 – the combined armies of Duke William of Normandy and the Norman vanquish the English army under Harold II at the War of Hastings
3. October 14, 1322 – King Edward II of England recognized the sovereignty of Scotland when he was conquered by Robert the Bruce of Scotland at Byland
4. October 14, 1468 – a peace agreement between Duke Charles the Stoute and French King Louis XI
5. October 14, 1492 – the arrival of Christopher Columbus at Santa Maria of Conception from San Salvador
6. October 14, 1586 – court proceedings commence against Mary Queen of Scots for her alleged plot against Elizabeth

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18th Century – What Happened on October 14 – The 1700s

7. October 14, 1700 – Rabbi Judah Hasid and Chayim Molocho reach Jerusalem
8. October 14, 1745 – French fleet arrives in Montrose Scotland
9. October 14, 1758 – Prussia vanquished by the Austrian army at the war at Hochkirk, Saksen
10. October 14, 1773 – Bureau of Education in Poland established
11. October 14, 1773 – Shipment of tea belonging to East India Company, UK destroyed at Annapolis, Maryland
12. October 14, 1774 – Colonial Rights in Philadelphia proclaimed by the Central Congress

19th Century – October 14 This Day That Year – The 1800s

13. October 14, 1805 – France triumphs over Austria at the war of Elchingen
14. October 14, 1806 – French vanquishes Prussians at the war of Auerstadt
15. October 14, 1812 – commencement of the construction of Regent’s Canal in London
16. October 14, 1834 – copyright granted to African-American, Henry Blair, a US patent for corn planter

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17. October 14, 1834 – riots in Philadelphia for power in Moyamensing Town voting resulting in death, injuries, and burning of structures
18. October 14, 1840 – British army captures Bashir II, Maronite chief who emigrates to Malta
19. October 14, 1843 – detention of Irish separatist Daniel O’Connell by Britain on charges of plot
20. October 14, 1862 – Baseballer James Creighton breaks his bladder while achieving an HR and breathed his last on 18/10
21. October 14, 1862 – Excelsiors vanquish Unions of Morrisania, 13-9
22. October 14, 1863 – There were about 2000 deaths in the war at Bristoe Station, Virginia
23. October 14, 1863 – battle at Catlett’s Station, Virginia
24. October 14, 1865 – agreement for peace between Cheyennes and Arapahos to drive away Colorado
25. October 14, 1867 – Tokugawa Yoshinobu, the last of the feudal Japanese military government steps down
26. October 14, 1881 – Bob Ferguson achieves a 170 at the 21st British Golf Open at Prestwick Gold Club
27. October 14, 1882 – Establishment of University of Punjab in Pakistan
28. October 14, 1884 – copyright given to George Eastman for his invention of paper-strip film for taking pictures
29. October 14, 1893 – debut performance of “Gaiety Girl” by George Edward in London
30. October 14, 1893 – the umpires were requested by Harry Wright not to disclose the tally of ball-strike
31. October 14, 1899 – Winston Churchill in his capacity as a War Correspondent for Morning Post commences his journey to South Africa

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day October 14 – The 1900s

32. October 14, 1901 – debut performance of “If I Were King” by Justin Huntly McCarthy in NYC
33. October 14, 1905 – NY Giants defeat Philadelphia A’s, 4-1 in the 2nd World Series
34. October 14, 1906 – White Sox defeat Cubs, 4-2 at the All-Chicago World Series, their first AL win. The losers get $439.50, the bare minimum and the least for the World Series
35. October 14, 1908 – founding of the Baseball Writers Association of America
36. October 14, 1908 – Cubs defeat Tigers in the first replay match, 4-1 in the 5th World Series
37. October 14, 1908 – a minimum of 6210 fans witness the World Series match where Cubs defeat Tigers
38. October 14, 1908 – Navy defeats Maryland, 57-0 in the 4th College Football Crab Bowl Classic at College Park
39. October 14, 1909 – Pirates vanquish Tigers, 5-4 at the World Series compels Game 7 in World Series
40. October 14, 1911 – Giants defeating A’s, 2-1 witnessed by fans numbering about 38,281 at Polo Grounds, and the collection was $77,379
41. October 14, 1912 – unsuccessful assassination attempt on the life of Theodore Roosevelt at Milwaukee

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42. October 14, 1912 – The Greek senate accepts representation from Cretan in a way, confronts the Turkish government
43. October 14, 1913 – In an inferno in Senghenydd coal mines in the UK, 439 workers lost their lives
44. October 14, 1014 – Germans seize Brug
45. October 14, 1916 – Washington and Lee University declined to play against black and Paul Robson from the Rutgers football team was left out of the play
46. October 14, 1916 – Establishment of Perm State University in Russia
47. October 14, 1920 – The Soviet Union surrendered a portion of the Petsamo domain to Finland
48. October 14, 1922 – inauguration of the first Thom McAn footwear showroom on Third Avenue NYC
49. October 14, 1922 – The first telephone exchange was inaugurated in Pennsylvania in NYC
50. October 14, 1924 – debut show of “Die Gluckliche Hand” by Arnold Schoenberg in Vienna
51. October 14, 1925 – rebellion against France in Damascus
52. October 14, 1926 – publication of the book entitled “Winnie the Pooh” by A.A. Milen
53. October 14, 1926 – Walter Johnson enters into a 2-year agreement with Newark after stepping down
54. October 14, 1929 – in the 26th World Series, Philadelphia A’s defeat Chicago Cubs, 4-1
55. October 14, 1929 – a 10 run in an inning was aimed to be achieved by Philadelphia A’s in the World Series
56. October 14, 1930 – premiere show of Ethel Merman on Broadway in “Girl Crazy”
57. October 14, 1930 – musical concert by George Gershwin/Walter Donaldson in NYC
58. October 14, 1931 – Dutch Radio Peoples University, an educational broadcasting organisation starts airing the programme
59. October 14, 1931 – End of mixing of religion and state ended in Spanish Cortes
60. October 14, 1933 – The membership of the League of Nations was withdrawn by Nazi Germany
61. October 14, 1934 – first radio programs live before audiences – Lux Radio Theatre – opened
62. October 14, 1938 – Nazis propose Jewish community places in all important cities
63. October 14, 1939 – Establishment of Broadcast Music Incorporated
64. October 14, 1939 – 833 lost their life when the British Warship HMS Royal Oak was sunk by German underwater ship U 47

65. October 14, 1940 –lightening attack on Balham tunnel railway station
66. October 14, 1941 – Banishment of Jews of Kowno, Lodz, Minsk, and Riga
67. October 14, 1942 – A tractor manufacturing unit was attacked by Germans killing 1000 people
68. October 14, 1942 – Japanese warships attack Henderson Field, Guadalcanal
69. October 14, 1943 – during a rebellion in the Nazi POW base camp at Sobibor, Poland, 600 Jews break away
70. October 14, 1943 – The Philippines got freedom from Japan and Jose P. Laurel assumed power as President
71. October 14, 1943 – During the battle on Schweinfurt, the American Airforce loses an aircraft B-17
72. October 14, 1944 – arrival of combined forces in Corfu
73. October 14, 1944 – seizure of Athens by British Army
74. October 14, 1945 – Chicago Cardinals achieve breakthrough after losing 29 plays and defeating Bears
75. October 14, 1946 – agreement for peace between Netherlands and Indonesia
76. October 14, 1947 – Chuck Yeager aircraft crosses the sound barrier
77. October 14, 1947 – General Eisenhower achieves the golden award by Dutch Queen Wilhelmina
78. October 14, 1948 – removal of van Mook, Lt Governor-general of Batavia from his position
79. October 14, 1948 – a fierce battle between Israel and Egypt
80. October 14, 1949 – 14 chiefs of the Communist party in the US were found guilty of treason
81. October 14, 1949 – Chinese defense seized Canton
82. October 14, 1949 – Ezzard Charles defeats Pat Valentino in 8 for heavyweight Championship
83. October 14, 1950 – Rev Sun Young Moon released from the jail in Hung Nam
84. October 14, 1951 – establishment of Organization of Central American States
85. October 14, 1952 – premiere conference of the UN General Assembly at its latest offices in New York

86. October 14, 1952 – premiere show of “Buttrio Square” at New Century Theatre NY and makes 7 presentations
87. October 14, 1953 – three women police officers inducted in Dutch
88. October 14, 1953 – accident to Dutch aircraft at Frankfurt resulting in the death of 44
89. October 14, 1953 – Charley Dressen prefers to step down and refuses to become the manager of Dodger for one year
90. October 14, 1953 – atomic test by Great Britain at Emu Field, Australia
91. October 14, 1953 – TV transmission channel 10 in Albany, NY on ABC starts functioning
92. October 14, 1954 – vengeance by Israelis in Qibiya Jordan leaves 53 dead
93. October 14, 1956 – a musical introduction by Charles Ives, “Robert Browning” debuts in NYC
94. October 14, 1956 – LPGA Arkansas Golf Open achieved by Patty Berg
95. October 14, 1956 – B.R.Ambedkar and his fans numbering 5 lakhs embrace Buddhism in Nagpur
96. October 14, 1957 – “Wake Up Little Susie” by Everly Brothers attains the No.1 position
97. October 14, 1957 – inauguration of the Canadian Parliament by Queen Elizbeth with an address
98. October 14, 1958 – debut performance of “Hostage” by Brendan Behan in London
99. October 14, 1958 – Malagasy Republic was established by the French society
100. October 14, 1958 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
101. October 14, 1958 – black Americans were permitted to become members of the Columbia Bar Association
102. October 14, 1958 – TV Transmission channel 14 in Oxford, OH on PBS starts functioning
103. October 14, 1960 – John F Kennedy moots the idea of Peace Keeping Force at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor
104. October 14, 1961 – premiere of “How to Succeed in Business” at 46th St, NYC, and makes 1415 presentations
105. October 14, 1961 – US achieves the 14th Ryder Cup at Royal Lytham and St Annes, England – 14 ½ – 9 ½
106. October 14, 1962 – LPGA Thunderbird Tourney Golf Tournament achieved by Kathy Whitworth
107. October 14, 1962 – The reconnaissance US aircraft detects rocket propellers in Cuba
108. October 14, 1962 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh, USSR
109. October 14, 1963 – Boarder dispute disturbances between Algeria and Morocco
110. October 14, 1963 – TV transmission channel 8 in Greensboro-High Point, NC on ABC starts functioning
111. October 14, 1964 – Nobel Peace for Peace was awarded to Martin Luther King Jr.
112. October 14, 1964 – Debut performance of “Der Schwarze Schwan” by Martin Walser in Stuttgart
113. October 14, 1964 – colour broadcasting trials by Philips

114. Philips begins experimenting with color TV
115. October 14, 1964 – Leonid Brezhnev succeeds Nikita Khrushchev as General Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party
116. October 14, 1965 – Joe Engle attains a height of 80KM with X-15 aircraft
117. October 14, 1965 – Sandy Koufax prevents his opponent from scoring in the World Series and defeats Twins 2-0
118. October 14, 1966 – US Air Force attacks North Vietnam and it uses 175 bombers
119. October 14, 1966 – Cals administration in Dutch loses confidence
120. October 14, 1968 – The crew of the US Spacecraft transmitted the live broadcast
121. October 14, 1968 – recording for ‘white album’ by Beatles concluded
122. October 14, 1968 – In diving history, Gruener and Watson achieved a depth high of 133m in the Bahamas
123. October 14, 1968 – Two teams, the Expos and Padres select 30 players each under the National League
124. October 14, 1968 – J R Hines achieved in 9.95 sec the 100m run race, a global high
125. October 14, 1968 – An earthquake of 6.8 intensity strikes the city of Meckering in Australia and destroys the roads and railways
126. October 14, 1968 – inauguration of the renovated railway station in London, England
127. October 14, 1969 – Plame administration comes to power in Sweden
128. October 14, 1969 – rebellion by an ethnic group in Springfield, Massachusetts
129. October 14, 1969 – atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya USSR
130. October 14, 1969 – To help conversion to the decimal system in 1971, the United Kingdom mints 50 P coins substituting the 10-shelling paper currency
131. October 14, 1970 – Merle Haggard achieves the 4th Country Music Association Award
132. October 14, 1970 – Cleveland Cavaliers in their premiere play were defeated by Buffalo Braves, 107-92

133. October 14, 1970 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
134. October 14, 1971 – Ethnic group rebellion in Memphis leaves 2 dead
135. October 14, 1971 – John Lennon and Yoko Ono perform in “Dick Cavett Show”
136. October 14, 1972 – Oakland A Gene Tenace achieves his debut HR in the 1st two World Series
137. October 14, 1972 – arms and related military items were pilfered by the North Irish Loyalist rebel group when they attacked the Control Centre of the 10 Ulster Defence Battalion in Belfast
138. October 14, 1973 – Egyptian mechanically powered armor march nearer to Israel
139. October 14, 1973 – LPGA GNA Golf Classic achieved by Judy Rankin
140. October 14, 1973 – In a match between Mets and A’s, Willie Mays’s final hit in the World Series, Mets defeat A’s in World Series 2 play; Finley dismisses Mile Andrews for his two mistakes
141. October 14, 1974 – Charlie Rich achieves the 8th Country Music Association Award
142. October 14, 1975 – US President Gerald Ford does not suffer any wound when his car was involved in an accident
143. October 14, 1976 – The Nobel Prize in Economics was achieved by Milton Friedman, an American professor
144. October 14, 1976 – Soyuz 23 space flight carrying two cosmonauts to Salyut 6 comes back to Earth without landing due to a malfunction
145. October 14, 1976 – New York Yankees defeat Kansas City Royals, 3-2 at the MLB American League Championship
146. October 14, 1977 – National Anthem sung at the World Series by Linda Ronstadt
147. October 14, 1977 – Inauguration of the metro line in Amsterdam by Princes Beatrice
148. October 14, 1977 – the 2nd musical, “Alive II” by Rock band KISS announced
149. October 14, 1978 – “Rescue from Gilligan’s Island” the first TV motion picture shown
150. October 14, 1978 – Atomic test by China at Lop Nor, PRC
151. October 14, 1978 – a debate was created by Reggie Jackson during the World Series by obstructing and redirecting the ball
152. October 14, 1979 – a huge crowd protest in Bonn against atomic power
153. October 14, 1979 – LPGA United Virginia Bank Golf Classic achieved by Amy Alcott
154. October 14, 1979 – Flayers defeat Toronto, 4-3 and achieve their undefeated 35-play series
155. October 14, 1979 – Wayne Gretzky, Hockey Great, achieves his debut NHL goal
156. October 14, 1979 – huge crowd demonstration by Gay and Lesbian Civil Rights in Washington DC
157. October 14, 1979 – debut show of the TV show “The Miracle Worker” life history of Helen Keller
158. October 14, 1980 – Phils recover from the shortfall of 4-0 and defeat Royals, 7-6 and enter the World Series as the opener
159. October 14, 1980 – a woman judge was assured to be appointed to the US Supreme Court by Presidential hopeful Ronald Regan
160. October 14, 1981 – Yank Graig Nettles was the first player to achieve two hits in the same innings of ALSC play
161. October 14, 1981 – Amnesty International accuses the US of official delinquency and hearing, in retaining Richard Marshall of the American Indian Movement as a political detainee
162. October 14, 1982 – 6000 members of the Unification church enter into marriage vows in Korea
163. October 14, 1982 – US President Reagan vows to fight the menace of narcotics
164. October 14, 1983 – vice-prime Minister Coard organizes a military rebellion with the help of Grenada leftist
165. October 14, 1983 – Sgt Allen Soifert of US Navy mediator was murdered by a gunman in Beirut
166. October 14, 1984 – valedictory of “Quilters” after 24 presentations at Jack Lawrence Theatre, NYC
167. October 14, 1984 – Detroit Tigers defeat SD Padres, 4-1 in the 81st World Series
168. October 14, 1984 – LPGA Smirnoff Ladies Irish Golf Open achieved by Kathy Whitworth
169. October 14, 1985 – Ricky Skaggs achieves the 19th Country Music Association Award
170. October 14, 1986 – IOC adopts to alternate Winter and Summer Olympic programme
171. October 14, 1986 – Nobel Prize for Peace awarded to Elie Wiesel, a concentration camp survivor for his best efforts that the mass destruction be memorized
172. October 14, 1986 – Tim Kides of West NY, NJ achieves 25000 strength training exercise in 11:57:15
173. October 14, 1987 – a 1 ½ year child Jessica McClure drops into 22 feet well in Midland, TX
174. October 14, 1987 – St Louis Cardinals defeat San Francisco Giants, 4-3 plays at the MLB National League Championship
175. October 14, 1988 – NJ Devils win their first banner in the Patrick Division Final Championship

176. October 14, 1988 – The Nobel Prize for Literature was awarded to Naguib Mahfouz first Arabic author
177. October 14, 1988 – The value of crude oil appreciates in expectation of consensus at the Gulf Cooperation Council conference scheduled for Oct.16
178. October 14, 1989 – Dave Stewart commences successive World Series open since 1976
179. October 14, 1990 – LPGA Trophee Urban World Golf Championship achieved by Cathy Gerring
180. October 14, 1990 – SF 49 defeats Atlanta (45-35)
181. October 14, 1991 – Nobel Prize for Peace awarded to Aung San Suu Kyi, opposition chief in Burma
182. October 14, 1991 – Mike Gartner of NY Rangers achieves his 500th goal in the NHL
183. October 14, 1992 – Toronto Blue Jays defeat Oakland A’s and achieve their AL banner
184. October 14, 1992 – Atlanta Braves defeat Pittsburgh Pirates, 4-3 plays
185. October 14, 1992 – Toronto Blue Jays defeat Oakland Athletics, 4-2 plays
186. October 14, 1994 – Nobel Prize for Peace shared by Yasser Arafat, Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Peres
187. October 14, 1994 – NASA spacecraft, Magellan destroyed in the environment of Venus
188. October 14, 1995 – Atlanta Braves defeat the Reds and are first to achieve the NL final
189. October 14, 1995 – Atlanta Braves defeat Cincinnati Reds, 4-0 plays at the MLB National League Championship
190. October 14, 1996 – Braves defeat St Louis, 14-0 in the NLCS play
191. October 14, 1996 – The industrial average of Dow Jones crosses 6000 for the first time
192. October 14, 1996 – Packer Chris Jackie achieves the 53 yards longest field goal
193. October 14, 1997 – Florida Marlins defeat Atlanta Braves, 4-2 plays
194. October 14, 1998 – NY Islanders triumph over Tampa Bay, 7-1 to break their no-victory history
195. October 14, 1998 – Eric Robert Rudolph was the perpetrator of the Centennial Olympic Park and 6 other detonations, in Atlanta, George. He was found guilty.
196. October 14, 1998 – San Diego Padres defeat Atlanta Braves, 4-2 plays at the MLB National League Championship

21st Century – October 14 This Day In History – The 2000s

197. October 14, 2001 – Michael Schumacher achieves by 58 points the 52nd Formula One WDC
198. October 14, 2002 – San Francisco Giants defeat St Louis Cardinals, 4-1 plays, at the MLB National League Championship
199. October 14, 2003 – Fan Steve Bartman prevents the ball from reaching Moises Alou, outfielder of the Chicago Cubs. Chicago Cubs vanquished by Marlins 8-3. This incident is regarded as the defining movement in the series
200. October 14, 2006 – Detroit Tigers defeat Oakland Athletics, 4-0 plays at the MLB American League Championship
201. October 14, 2007 – debut performance of “Keeping Up with Kardashians” with Kim Kardashian, Khloe, and Kourtney Kardashian on E! Television in the US
202. October 14, 2010 – curtain down for the 19th Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India
203. October 14, 2012 – reckless killing of 20 people in a mosque in Dogo Dawa, Nigeria
204. October 14, 2013 – Nobel Memorial Prize for 2013 for Economics Sciences, shared by Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Hansen, and Robert Shiller for their study on asset value
205. October 14, 2014 – The work of fiction entitled, “The Narrow Road to Deep North” by Richard Flanagan was selected for the 2014 Man Brooker Prize

206. October 14, 2014 – according to the WHO’s report the causality due to Ebola disease stood at 4447 and the causality percentage was 70%
207. October 14, 2014 – Threat calls received by the Utah State University a day earlier to the scheduled address by Anita Sarkeesian
208. October 14, 2017 – radicals indiscriminately detonate in Mogadishu, Somalia killing 300 and many wounded
209. October 14, 2017 – film manufacturer Harvey Weinstein dismissed for his involvement in sexual involvement and rape
210. October 14, 2017 – Spanish administration announces direct governance in Catalonia after a plebiscite for freedom

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