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Famous Events For October 19

Famous Events For October 19 – Today In History

What Happened on October 19 in World History?

Early Centuries – October 19 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. 200 BC – The combined armies of Hannibal Barca and the Carthaginians were vanquished by Roman platoons under the command of Scipio Africanus at the War of Zama culminating in the 2nd Punic Battle
2. October 19, 0439 – The King Gaiseric led the Vandals to capture Carthage in North Africa
3. October 19, 0615 – St Deusdedit I assume as Catholic Pope
4. October 19, 1031 – Exhuming the tomb of Saint Willibrord by Abbot Hubertus van Echternach
5. October 19, 1216 – at the age of nine, Henry takes over as King of England after the demise of his father King John at Newark-on-Trent
6. October 19, 1298 – massacre of 140 Jews of Heilbron Germany
7. October 19, 1453 – at the War of Castillon, the French recaptured Bordeaux
8. October 19, 1466 – peace agreement, the Second Peace of Thorn, Germany, culminates the Thirteen years of battle
9. October 19, 1492 – the discovery of “Isabela” the modern Fortune Island/Long Cat, Bahamas, by Christopher Columbus

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10. October 19, 1512 – award of doctor of theology to Martin Luther
11. October 19, 1630 – the state legislature of Massachusetts – named General Court – assembled for the first time in Boston
12. October 19, 1634 – A massive cyclonic flood tempest extinguishes Beach Island in the North Sea
13. October 19, 1682 – Lord Shaftesbury of England exiles to Holland

18th Century – What Happened on October 19 – The 1700s

14. October 19, 1722 – copy right awarded to Frenchman C Hopffer for inventing an apparatus to quench the fire
15. October 19, 1739 – England proclaims battle on Spain
16. October 19, 1765 – The first meeting of the legislature of colonies consisting of American colonies where they passed an Act for payment of Stamp Duty
17. October 19, 1781 – with the admission of defeat by British General Cornwallis at 2 p.m. at Yorktown the US Revolutionary Battle comes to an end

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

18. October 19, 1812 – the armies of Napoleon commence evacuating Moscow
19. October 19, 1818 – a peace agreement between the US administration and Chickasaw Indians
20. October 19, 1822 – freedom for the State of Piaui proclaimed by Simplicio Dias da Silva, Joao Candido de Deus e Silva, and Domingos Dias at Parnaiba
21. October 19, 1845 – Debut performance of “Tannhauser” by Richard Wagner in Dresden
22. October 19, 1853 – Inauguration of the first flour crusher in Hawaii
23. October 19, 1856 – face-to-face, the unarmed fight between James Kelley and Jak Smith for 6 hr, 15 m in Melbourne
24. October 19, 1859 – German Astronomer Wilhelm Temple determines a greyish nebula around Pleid star Merope
25. October 19, 1863 – war commences at Buckland Mills, Virginia
26. October 19, 1864 – a bolt from the blue for St Albans, Vermont by 25 allies
27. October 19, 1864 – The Union defeats allies at the war of Cedar Creek, Virginia
28. October 19, 1864 – US Brigadier General Emory Upton accepts elevation to a higher position as Major General
29. October 19, 1870 – four African Americans voted to represent for the first time to US House of Representatives
30. October 19, 1870 – SS Cambria, a British vessel, ruined off north-west Ireland and left 178 dead
31. October 19, 1879 – Mohammed Yakur of Afghanistan steps down under duress
32. October 19, 1882 – meeting between Pierre de Brazza and Henry Morton Stanley
33. October 19, 1888 – Arabs assault Moshav Gederah

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day October 19 – The 1900s

34. October 19, 1900 – award of Medal of Honor to Painter Henry O Tanner at the Paris Exhibition
35. October 19, 1900 – Paul Kruger, President of Transvaal proceeds to Europe
36. October 19, 1901 – debut performance of “Pomp and Circumstance March” by Edward Elgar in Liverpool
37. October 19, 1901 – Santos-Dumont loops around the Eiffel Tower to demonstrate that the ship is navigable
38. October 19, 1904 – Establishment of Polytechnic University of the Philippines as Manila Business School under the guidance of C.A.O’Reilly an American
39. October 19, 1906 – The University of Pennsylvania confirms the Doctor of Science to Frederick Winslow Taylor, a mechanical engineer
40. October 19, 1907 – Premiere publication of the newspaper, Dutch Tribune
41. October 19, 1911 – dies for minting Canadian $ cast by Royal Mint in London and despatched to Ottawa Branch
42. October 19, 1912 – Italy takes control of Tripoli from Turkey
43. October 19, 1913 – M.C.Anglia and Dada Osman, Secretaries, step down after harshly censuring Mahatma Gandhi at the Natal Indian Congress assembly at Durban
44. October 19, 1914 – use of cars by US Post Office for the first time to distribute the mail also gather mail
45. October 19, 1915 – The combined alliance of Russia and Italy announced a battle in Bulgaria
46. October 19, 1915 – British and French seek financial assistance to the tune of $500 million as a loan from US financiers
47. October 19, 1916 – Temporary administration in Crete acknowledged by France
48. October 19, 1917 – inauguration of Love Field in Dallas, Texas
49. October 19, 1919 – Anna Howard Shaw achieved the US Distinguished Service Medal, female recipient
50. October 19, 1919 – Reds defeat White Sox, 5-3 in the 16th World Series. This is called black Sox disgrace as 8 White Sox neglected the series
51. October 19, 1921 – A military rebellion in Lisbon left Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Granjo and many political workers
52. October 19, 1923 – AL possessors were requested by Ban Johnson to ban fighting on their grounds
53. October 19, 1923 – Beierse administration does not wish to ban NSDAP daily Volkischer
54. October 19, 1924 – In Belgium, the laborer’s association seeks an 8-hour work schedule
55. October 19, 1925 – Somalia taken over by the Italian defence forces
56. October 19, 1926 – Copyright given to John C Garand for inventing a partially automatic pistol
57. October 19, 1926 – Leon Trotsky and his supporters were dismissed by the Russian Political outfit

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58. October 19, 1930 – The World’s best in 1 KM race (2:23.6) was created by Jules Ladoumegue
59. October 19, 1932 – protests by Nazis and anti-fascists banned in Austria
60. October 19, 1932 – The Soviet Union and British administration agree on trade and commerce between their nations
61. October 19, 1932 – Founder of Ford Motor Co., Henry Ford delivers his first lecture on radio
62. October 19, 1932 – AL’s Most Valuable Player achieved by Jimmie Foxx and Chuck Klein achieves NL MVP
63. October 19, 1933 – Basketball play being introduced in 1936 was approved by Berlin Olympic Board
64. October 19, 1935 – Defence forces of Mao Zedong arrive in Shanxi
65. October 19, 1936 – HR Ekins of “NY World-Telegram” defeats 2 reporters in a competition to go around the globe on business trips by 18 ½ days
66. October 19, 1939 – Hermann Goering commences looting Nazi’s conquered zones
67. October 19, 1941 – Anna Lee Wiley in Mexico was the first woman racehorse rider in North America
68. October 19, 1943 – Discussion meeting of foreign minister in Moscow
69. October 19, 1943 – debut performance of “Othello” at Shubert
70. October 19, 1943 – Joe Gordon representing Yankee steps down
71. October 19, 1943 – Rutgers University determined antibiotic medicine for tuberculosis, Streptomycin
72. October 19, 1944 – Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of Britain arrives in London from Moscow
73. October 19, 1944 – Aaardensburg was set free by the Canadian defense forces
74. October 19, 1944 – Debut presentation of “I Remember Mama” by John Van Druten in NYC
75. October 19, 1944 – WAVES can permit black women to join them as per the US Navy
76. October 19, 1944 – Philippines captured by US forces
77. October 19, 1947 – De Gaulles RPF party sweeps municipal voting in France
78. October 19, 1948 – premiere of “My Romance” at Shubert Theater, NYC, and makes 95 presentations
79. October 19, 1950 – Bird Building at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo bestowed
80. October 19, 1950 – UN peacekeeping forces arrive in Pyongyang, the headquarters of North Korea

81. October 19, 1951 – LPGA Texas Women’s Golf Open achieved by Babe Didrikson-Zaharias
82. October 19, 1951 – US President Harry Truman withdraws the state of battle with Germany
83. October 19, 1952 – LPGA Betty Jameson Golf Tournament achieved by Louise Suggs
84. October 19, 1952 – Alain Bombard commences his journey from the Canary Islands without anyone with him and without food to cross the Atlantic Ocean to demonstrate that a person can endure a ship ruin
85. October 19, 1953 – coast to coast continuous Aircraft Service inaugurated
86. October 19, 1953 – Arthur Godfrey dismisses Singer Julius La Rosa
87. October 19, 1953 – A peace agreement was entered into between Egypt and Great Britain, and thus the British army evacuated
88. October 19, 1954 – TV transmission channel 10 in Wichita, KS commences airing the programs
89. October 19, 1954 – Cho Oyu, the 6th tallest peak at 8201 meters in the world conquered
90. October 19, 1957 – valedictory of “Damn Yankees” at 46th St Theater, NYC after presenting 1022 shows
91. October 19, 1957 – the first NHL player to achieve 500 goals was Maurice “Rocket” Richard, Mont
92. October 19, 1958 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
93. October 19, 1958 – Mike Hawthorn achieves the 9th Formula One WDC by one point
94. October 19, 1959 – appointment of Florence Henderson on the board of Today Show
95. October 19, 1959 – Debut performance of “Miracle Worker” by William Gibson in NYC
96. October 19, 1960 – Mauritania granted freedom by France
97. October 19, 1960 – TV transmission channel 30 in Ogden, UT starts airing programs
98. October 19, 1960 – detention of Martin Luther King, Jr in Atlanta demonstration
99. October 19, 1960 – US bans exports to Cuba
100. October 19, 1962 – The statue of Stalin displaced in Prague
101. October 19, 1962 – Atomic Test by the US at Nevada
102. October 19, 1966 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh, USSR
103. October 19, 1966 – Bobby Orr’s first NHL play on behalf of Boston Bruins vs. Detroit Red Wings

104. October 19, 1967 – A long jump best achievement by Igor Ter-Ovanesyan of the USSR at 27 ft 4 ¾”
105. October 19, 1968 – Cars going south were charged toll across the Golden Gate Bridge
106. October 19, 1968 – A unlawful strike was arranged by Derry Citizen’s Committee constituted on Oct.9, at Guildhall Square in support of the civil noncompliance movement
107. October 19, 1969 – Premiere of the musical “Rothschilds” by J Block and S Harnicks at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre NYC and makes 505 presentations
108. October 19, 1969 – The LPGA Quality Checked Golf Classic was achieved by Mary Mills
109. October 19, 1969 – Daryle Lamonica of Oakland achieves 6 touchdowns against Buffalo (50-21)
110. October 19, 1969 – Jackie achieves the 20th Formula One WDC by 26 points
111. October 19, 1970 – inauguration of Amdahl Corporation at Sunnyvale Calif
112. October 19, 1970 – With the murder of Ohta by John Frazier, he announces that WW 3 has commenced
113. October 19, 1971 – ultimate issue of “Look” periodical
114. October 19, 1971 – Members of Northern Ireland legislature commence a 48 hr protest against the procedure of Confinement by refusing any food intake
115. October 19, 1972 – premiere of “Mother Earth” at Belasco Theatre NYC to give 12 presentations
116. October 19, 1972 – Address by William Craig, Chief of Ulster Vanguard to the Conservatives at the Parliament at Westminster and declares that they are ready to ready to create disturbances by shooting
117. October 19, 1973 – Ban of sale of crude to the United States by oil-rich Arab States, Libya
118. October 19, 1974 – Mickey Redmond of Det achieves his first hat trick against Wash Caps
119. October 19, 1974 – Niue proclaims autonomy with an alliance of New Zealand
120. October 19, 1975 – premiere of “Chorus Line” at Shubert Theatre NYC to give 6137 presentations
121. October 19, 1975 – debut performance of the musical “Chorus Line” by Hamlisch & Klebans in NYC
122. October 19, 1975 – LPGA Japan Golf Classic achieved by Shelley Hamlin

123. October 19, 1976 – Amendments to the Patent Laws of 1909 were approved by US President General Ford
124. October 19, 1976 – War of Aishya, Lebanon as part of the Lebanese political battle
125. October 19, 1977 – the dead body of H M Schleyer, a West German who was abducted was traced
126. October 19, 1977 – an aircraft capable of traveling at more than the speed of sound, Concorde, makes a touch-down at NYC airport
127. October 19, 1980 – Steve McPeak trips on a 101’9” single-cycle
128. October 19, 1981 – LA Dodgers defeat Montreal Expos to achieve NL banner
129. October 19, 1981 – The Nobel Prize for Physics was shared between Nicolaas Bloembergen and Arthur Schawlow for their research on laser
130. October 19, 1981 – Los Angeles Dodgers defeat Montreal Expos, 3-2, to achieve the MLB National League Championship
131. October 19, 1982 – detention of Automobile manufacturer, John DeLorean on suspicion of possessing narcotics
132. October 19, 1983 – Spacecraft Columbia shifted to Orbiter Processing Facility
133. October 19, 1983 – a rebellious board was constituted by the army chief Hudson Austin at Grenada
134. October 19, 1983 – Philadelphia Flyers achieve successively 13 NHL plays
135. October 19, 1983 – a general holiday in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. approved by the Legislature
136. October 19, 1986 – premiere of “Flamenco Puro” at Mark Hellinger Theatre NYC to give 40 presentations

137. October 19, 1986 – valedictory of “Raggedy Ann” at Netherlander Theatre, NYC after 5 presentations
138. October 19, 1986 – In a cricket match against India played in Bombay, Allan Border achieves his 1000000th run
139. October 19, 1986 – deportation of 5 US Embassy staff by USSR
140. October 19, 1987 – Premiere of “Anything Goes” at Beaumont Theatre NYC to give 804 presentations
141. October 19, 1987 – 2 Iranian oil stores in the Persian Gulf were devastated by US Navy
142. October 19, 1987 – Lou Piniella succeeds Woody Woodward as NY Yankee GM. Billy Martin assumes as NY Yankee Manager for the 5th time and that was his last one also
143. October 19, 1988 – Three physicists from America share the Nobel Prize for Physics, and 3 West Germans share the Nobel Prize for Chemistry
144. October 19, 1988 – telecast of discussion with IRA Members prohibited by Britain
145. October 19, 1988 – indiscriminate bombing kills 7 Israelis wounding 11 ner Lebanon territory
146. October 19, 1988 – The prize money of $100000 for Human Rights was achieved by South African anti-slavery chief Sisulu
147. October 19, 1988 – banning of advertisements intervening in children’s programs on TV prohibited by the US legislature
148. October 19, 1989 – Debut performance of musical “Dangerous Games” by Astor Piazzolla and Wm Finn at Nederlander Theatre NYC
149. October 19, 1989 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh, USSR
150. October 19, 1990 – constitution of Helsinki Citizens Assembly(HCA) in Prague
151. October 19, 1990 – debut screening of “Dances with Wolves” guided by Kevin Costner and featuring Kevin Costner and Mary McDonnell in Washington DC (Academy Awards Best Picture 1991)
152. October 19, 1991 – an NCAA football play lasting for 3 hr 52 m played between RI vs. Maine; RI defeats Maine, 52-30
153. October 19, 1991 – CFL sold Ottawa Rough Riders to Lonnie Glieberman
154. October 19, 1993 – Haiti was banned from receiving military aid and arms by the UN
155. October 19, 1994 – A skirmish at Tsjetsjenie (Chedhnya) leaves 160 dead
156. October 19, 1994 – 22 lost their life when Palestine threw shells on a passenger vehicle in Tel Aviv
157. October 19, 1995 – premiere of “Hello Dolly” at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre NYC for 118 presentations
158. October 19, 1996 – Braves defeat NY Yanks, 12-1 in World Series
159. October 19, 1997 – Valedictory of “Annie” at Martin Beck Theatre NYC
160. October 19, 1997 – In the World Series, the 700th HR was achieved
161. October 19, 1997 – Walt Disney World/Oldsmobile Golf Classic was achieved by David Duval
162. October 19, 1998 – inferno caused by Earth Liberation Front at Vail Mountain ski hotel, in Colorado, caused destruction worth about $ 12 million
163. October 19, 1999 – Atlanta Braves defeat New York Meets, 4-2 at the MLB National League Championship
164. October 19, 1999 – a musical, “Believe Me” announced by Cher (Billboard Song of the Year 1999, Grammy Award Best Dance Recording 2000)

21st Century – October 19 This Day In History – The 2000s

165. October 19, 2001 – 353 out of 400 onboard SIEV-X, belonging to Indonesia who were trying for refuge were killed when the vessel sank on their way to Christmas Island
166. October 19, 2003 – Mother Teresa of Calcutta sanctified by Pope John Paul II
167. October 19, 2004 – Khin Nyunt, Myanmar’s Prime minister was kept under house detention by SPDC on bribery charges
168. October 19, 2004 – hijacking of Margaret Hassan, a staff of Care International, in Iraq
169. October 19, 2005 – Saddam Hussein faces court in Baghdad on charges of wrongdoings against civilization
170. October 19, 2005 – cyclone Wilma rated the most severe Atlantic cyclone at a pressure of 882 MB
171. October 19, 2005 – St Louis Cardinals defeat New York, 4-3 at the MLB National League Championship
172. October 19, 2007 – shelling of the commercial complex, Glorietta 2 in Makati, Philippines leaves 11 dead and injures 100 and more
173. October 19, 2008 – Tampa Bay Rays defeat Boston Red, 4-3, at the MLB American League Championship
174. October 19, 2012 – indiscriminate shelling in Beirut, Lebanon leaves 8 dead and 30 injured
175. October 19, 2013 – in an irresponsible shelling in Beledweyne, Somalia, 16 were murdered and 30 injured
176. October 19, 2013 – Boston Red Sox defeat Detroit Tigers, 4-2 at the MLB American League Championship
177. October 19, 2014 – in a laboratory in the US, using stem cells theory, man’s intestine has been developed
178. October 19, 2015 – The University of California estimates that the earth had life indication 4.1 billion years ago and not 300 million years as earlier estimated
179. October 19, 2015 – The Liberal Party guided by Justin Trudeau sweeps the Canadian national polls and secures 184 seats

180. October 19, 2016 – Presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton at Nevada University, Los Vegas
181. October 19, 2017 – Jacinda Ardern (37) of the New Zealand Labour Party heads the partnership with another party and becomes the youngest Prime Minister in 161 years
182. October 19, 2017 – Ministry of Health of Uganda Administration announces the epidemic of Marburg virus

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