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Famous Events For October 22

Famous Events For October 22 – Today In History

What Happened on October 22 in World History?

Early Centuries – October 22 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. October 22, 0362 – a strange inferno demolishes the sanctuary of the Apollo at Daphne, away from Antioch
2. October 22, 0794 – Change of capital to Japan from the present place to Heiankyo (now Kyoto) ordered by King Kanmu
3. October 22, 1335 – Former King Hanazono devotes his time as a Zen priest
4. October 22, 1383 – rebellion and chaos in Portugal during 1383-85 commenced after the demise of King Fernando without leaving a successor
5. October 22, 1575 – The city of Aguascalientes founded in Mexico
6. October 22, 1633 – Navy under Chinese Ming defeats the Dutch East India Company in southern Fujian occasion

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18th Century – What Happened on October 22 – The 1700s

7. October 22, 1708 -Combined armies of the United Kingdom, Russia, and the USA capture Rijsel
8. October 22, 1721 – Chief Peter the Great assumes as Commandeer of Russia
9. October 22, 1746 – The License for Princeton University granted
10. October 22, 1797 – Andre Jacques Garnertin makes the first jump from the inflated balloon in Paris
11. October 22, 1799 – Russia dissolves the coalition formed against France

19th Century – October 22 This Day That Year – The 1800s

12. October 22, 1812 – Capture of Burgos by Duke of Wellington
13. October 22, 1819 – Inauguration of the journey through Erie-channel
14. October 22, 1836 – Sam Houston assumes as the first chosen President of the Republic of Texas
15. October 22, 1844 – Preacher Millerite was disappointed that Jesus did not appear on this day
16. October 22, 1861 – completion of work of laying the telephone line between East and West shores
17. October 22, 1862 – American Civil War at Old Fort Wayne
18. October 22, 1863 – Union forces recapture Cumberland Gap, Tennessee
19. October 22, 1966 – The war of Curupayti was fought to counter the combined armies of Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay
20. October 22, 1867 – Founding of the University of Colombia
21. October 22, 1868 – debut performance of “Genevieve de Brabant” by Jacques Offenbach
22. October 22, 1875 – The National Society of the Sons of American Society was formed
23. October 22, 1875 – Code method of transmitting messages commenced in Argentina

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24. October 22, 1877 – In an accident in a colliery in Blantyre, 207 workers lost their life. The spouses of those killed and could not maintain the family were sent to the Poor House
25. October 22, 1878 – The debut of the day and light competition arranged in Salford in the neighborhood of Broughton and Swinton
26. October 22, 1879 – Inventor Thomas Edison finalizes the carbon string for the bulb
27. October 22, 1881 – premiere of the musical by Boston Symphony Orchestra
28. October 22, 1883 – The first Horse Show was held in NY on a national level
29. October 22, 1883 – Inauguration of the Original Metropolitan Cinema House in NY
30. October 22, 1884 – The communication from Mahdi was acknowledged by General Gordon
31. October 22, 1884 – A 3-play series between Oct.23-25 was arranged at Polo Grounds, NYC between two teams who had achieved banners to decide the baseball champions
32. October 22, 1884 – acceptance of the Greenwich Mean Time by the International Meridian Conference and also formulating 24 time zones across the world and choosing 0 at Greenwich Meridian
33. October 22, 1885 – establishment of Prof Base Ball Players Union by John Ward and many other co-players in secret

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34. October 22, 1895 – debut performance of “Heart of Maryland” by David Belasco in NYC
35. October 22, 1895 – Train accident in Paris, the train exceeds the safeguard stop for more than 30 meters and passes through an opening at Gare Montparnasse
36. October 22, 1897 – Show-room for automobiles, a first of the kind, inaugurated at London
37. October 22, 1899 – Dundee, Natal South Africa, was evacuated by the British army

20th Century – Important Events On This Day October 22 – The 1900s

38. October 22, 1904 – Russians attack a British vessel of fishermen
39. October 22, 1906 – rebellion by blacks, numbering about 3000, in Philadelphia
40. October 22, 1906 – Henry Ford assumes the Presidency of Ford Motor Company
41. October 22, 1907 – A circus company, billed as Ringling Brothers Greatest Show on Earth purchases Barnum and Bailey circus
42. October 22, 1907 – The financial crisis that took place in the US during the middle of October known as the Panic of 1907
43. October 22, 1910 – Dr.Crippen was given capital punishment for killing his wife by administering poison

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44. October 22, 1913 – detonation in NM Coal mine at Dawson leaves 263 workers dead
45. October 22, 1924 – Establishment of Toastmasters International
46. October 22, 1926 – J Gordon Whitehead hits magician Harry Houdini in the stomach in Montreal
47. October 22, 1928 – Russian teachers and personnel staff deported by China
48. October 22, 1928 – the debut of “Far-Off Hills” by ESL Robinson in Dublin
49. October 22, 1928 – Establishment of Phi Sigma Alpha community at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Estate
50. October 22, 1929 – Briand in France steps down
51. October 22, 1929 – James H Scullin heads as PM of Australia
52. October 22, 1930 – premiere performance of the musical by BBC Symphony Orchestra under the guidance of Adrian Boult
53. October 22, 1930 – debut performance of “Lew Leslie’s Blackbirds of 1930” by Blake and Razaf in NYC
54. October 22, 1930 – establishment of the football team – SC Genemuiden
55. October 22, 1932 – Charles de Broqueville becomes the Prime Minister of Belgium
56. October 22, 1932 – Debut of “Dinner at 8” by George Kaufman and Edna Ferber
57. October 22, 1933 – Primo Carnera K/O Paulun in 15 for achieving the heavyweight boxing competition
58. October 22, 1934- The Federal Bureau of Investigations representatives murder the tarnished burglar, Pretty Boy Floyd by shooting him in East Liverpool, Ohio
59. October 22, 1935 – Johnny Revolta at Twin Hills CC Oklahoma City participated at the 18th PGA Championship
60. October 22, 1935 – A post in the Soviet Union at the level of Marshall is established
61. October 22, 1936 – operation of business flight to Hawaii

62. October 22, 1938 – The usefulness of the Xerox duplicating appliance was demonstrated by Chester Carlson
63. October 22, 1939 – premiere transmission on TV of the NFL play – Eagles vs. Dodgers
64. October 22, 1941 – debut performance of “Candle in the Wind” by Maxwell Anderson in NYC
65. October 22, 1942 – a first contingent of the Navy for Oran sailed from Scotland
66. October 22, 1942 – Secret meeting at Algeria of military Generals, Clark and Lemnitzer of the US and Gen Mast of France
67. October 22, 1942 – the debut of “Now, Voyager” guided by Irving Rapper featuring Bette Davis, Paul Henreid, and Claude Rain in New York
68. October 22, 1944 – North Borneo vacated by the Navy under the command of Kurita
69. October 22, 1946 – 2 vessels belonging to Britain go down near Albania
70. October 22, 1948 – The leading Egyptian warship, King Farouk submerged by Israel
71. October 22, 1949 – In an accident, a train went off the rails near, Nowy Dwor Poland killing 200 travellers
72. October 22, 1949 – Emil Zatopek completes 10000 m run in the best time of 29:21:2
73. October 22, 1950 – Baltimore Colts vanquished by LA Rams, 70-27
74. October 22, 1951 – A devastating earthquake shook Formosa killing 100
75. October 22, 1951 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
76. October 22, 1953 – France grants freedom to Loas
77. October 22, 1954 – West Germany admitted into the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
78. October 22, 1955 – TV transmission channel 7 starts in Carthage-Watertown, NY on CBS
79. October 22, 1956 – France takes into custody Ben Bella by seizing the Moroccan aircraft
80. October 22, 1956 – Atomic test by Great Britain at Maralinga Australia
81. October 22, 1956 – a cement beam weighing 200 tons takes the toll of 48 in Karachi Pakistan
82. October 22, 1957 – Konrad Adenauer becomes Chancellor of West Germany for the 2nd time
83. October 22, 1957 – TV transmission channel 4 starts functioning in Port Arthur-Beaumont, TX on NBC
84. October 22, 1959 – Debut of the musical “Take Me Along” by Bob Merrill at Shubert Theatre, NYC, and makes 448 presentations
85. October 22, 1961 – nearly 75,000 ethnic groups native to Flanders petition for equal rights and Flemish linguistic rights in Belgium
86. October 22, 1961 – LPGA San Antonio Golf Civitan achieved by Louise Suggs
87. October 22, 1962 – With President John F. Kennedy enforcing marine obstruction for Russian rocket stations in Cuba, the Cuban missile crisis started

88. October 22, 1962 – meeting between President John F Kennedy and Ugandan Prime Minister Milton Obote
89. October 22, 1962 – Founding of the Pacific Science Centre at Seattle Centre
90. October 22, 1962 – Atomic test by USSR at Eastern Kazakh, USSR
91. October 22, 1963 – A majority of students (225000) protested against segregation in schools and inadequate resources as a mark of Protest on Freedom Day
92. October 22, 1963 – In an air accident involving BAC 0ne-eleven model aircraft in the UK, all those on board were killed
93. October 22, 1964 – The trial by High Numbers was turned down by EMI, so they changed their name to Who
94. October 22, 1964 – The Nobel Prize awarded to Jean-Paul Sartre for literature was not acceptable to the author
95. October 22, 1964 – Atomic test below the ground by the US at Hattiesburg, Mississippi
96. October 22, 1966 – Spacecraft Luna 12 hurled into Orbit the Moon
97. October 22, 1966 – Bobby Orr, ICE hockey star achieves his first professional goal Vs Montreal Canadiens
98. October 22, 1967 – US were victorious 23 ½ – 8 ½ in the 17th Ryder Cup at the Champions Golf Club
99. October 22, 1967 – Ian Brayshaw claims all the 10 cricket stumps
100. October 22, 1967 – LPGA Carlsbad Jaycee Golf Open was achieved by Murle Lindstrom
101. October 22, 1967 – Denny Hulme was triumphant by 5 points at the 18th Formula One WDC
102. October 22, 1968 – Spacecraft Apollo 7 arrives on earth
103. October 22, 1969 – Change of name of KAPN-AM to KDB-AM in Santa Barbara CA
104. October 22, 1969 – the gossip about the demise of Paul McCartney was refused by him
105. October 22, 1971 – Atomic test by USSR
106. October 22, 1972 – LPGA GAC Golf Classic was achieved by Betsy Rawls
107. October 22, 1972 – Oakland A’s defeat Reds, 4-3 in the World Series in their 1st championship match
108. October 22, 1973 – Israeli army recapture Hermon peak
109. October 22, 1973 – The battle of Yom Kippur was terminated as per the Security Council Resolve 338
110. October 22, 1974 – Yonks exchange Bobby Murcer for Bobby Bonds from the Giants
111. October 22, 1975 – premiere of “Me and Bessie” at Ambassador Theatre NYC to give 453 presentations
112. October 22, 1975 – Cincinnati Reds defeat Boston Red Sox, 4-3 at the 72nd World Series
113. October 22, 1975 – Spacecraft Venera 9 makes a landing on Venus and sends pictures and has the distinction of becoming the first spacecraft to send pictures from another planet
114. October 22, 1975 – the assassination of Turkish embassy staff in Vienna
115. October 22, 1976 – The Red coloring material 4 was prohibited in the US by the US Food and Drug Administration when it was found that it triggered tumors in the bladders of dogs. However, it is not prohibited in Canada
116. October 22, 1977 – Spacecraft to survey Sun-Earth, 1 and 2 hurled into space to circle the earth
117. October 22, 1978 – premiere of “King of Hearts” at Minskoff Theatre NYC to give 48 presentations
118. October 22, 1978 – The 8th NYC Women’s lengthy run was achieved by Grete Waitz in 2:32:30
119. October 22, 1978 – the 9th lengthy run was achieved by Bill Rodgers in 2:12:12
120. October 22, 1978 – LPGA Houston Exchange Golf Classic Clubs was achieved by Donna Caponi Young

121. October 22, 1978 – The women’s lengthy run was achieved by Grete Weitz in 2:32:29.8
122. October 22, 1978 – detention of Judy Crane at Gatwick Aerodrome for narcotic trafficking
123. October 22, 1978 – Pope John Paul II assumes charge as Pope
124. October 22, 1979 – debut of “One Mo’ Time” featuring Vernel Bagners at NYC
125. October 22, 1979 – dethroned Shah of Iran goes to NYC for a health check-up and for advice
126. October 22, 1979 – Walt Disney witnessed the 100-millionth invitee
127. October 22, 1980 – Installation of Martens in Belgium to form the 4th administration
128. October 22, 1980 – The Constitution of South Korea enforced on this day
129. October 22, 1981 – the recognition awarded to the Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organisation withdrawn
130. October 22, 1981 – commencement of first-class play at Newcastle, NSW vs. Queensland
131. October 22, 1981 – The borrowings of US pinnacles at $ 1 trillion
132. October 22, 1981 – Atomic test below the earth by USSR
133. October 22, 1981 – Hareram Sharma and D.P.Singh lead the formation of the Nepal Workers and Peasants Organization
134. October 22, 1981 – commencement of railway commercial service between Paris and Lyon
135. October 22, 1981 – the synthetic sugar was approved for use in the US for tabletop usage after long years of test
136. October 22, 1982 – Gene Mauch steps down as administrator of Angels
137. October 22, 1983 – Two prison guards were murdered by their mates in Marion, Illinois This ushered in the era of a Supermax type of jail
138. October 22, 1984 – stepping down of Ken Stabler from the NFL
139. October 22, 1984 – The audio recording of “Give My Regards to Broad Street” was circulated by Paul McCartney
140. October 22, 1985 – KC Royals achieve their 1st triumph to achieve the World Series competition
141. October 22, 1986 – Premiere of “Into the Light” at Neil Simon Theatre, NYC to give 6 presentations
142. October 22, 1987 – the debut of “Cabaret” at Imperial Theatre, NYC to give 262 presentations
143. October 22, 1987 – Nobel Prize for Literature achieved by Joseph Brodsky

144. October 22, 1988 – A television sequential “Devil Worship” Exposing Satan’s Underground” introduced by Geraldo Rivera broadcast on NBC
145. October 22, 1989- Denver Nuggets vanquish Jugoplastika Split, 135-129 in the 3rd McDonald’s Open
146. October 22, 1989 – The Khmer communists take control of Pailin in Cambodia
147. October 22, 1991 – General Motors suffers a loss of $ 2.2 billion in 9 months
148. October 22, 1992 – In a World Series match played outside the US, Atlanta is the first group to participate in the competition
149. October 22, 1992 – Spacecraft STS 52 hurled into the cosmos
150. October 22, 1992 – debut of “Sisters Rosenweig” by Wendy Wasserstein in NYC
151. October 22, 1993 – space traveller, Aleksandr Serebrow walks into space a maximum of 9 times
152. October 22, 1994 – valedictory for “Philadelphia, Here I Come” at Criterion NYC after 52 presentations
153. October 22, 1994 – inauguration of the sculpture of Sam Houston in Texas
154. October 22, 1995 – premiere of “Swinging On a Star” at Music Box Theatre NYC to make 97 presentations
155. October 22, 1997 – The World Series match was played at the lowest temperature of 38 F; Marlins vs. Cleveland
156. October 22, 1997 – Larry Flynt opens a Hustler store in an obscure place in Cincinnati
157. October 22, 1997 – all formalities by Yahoo to buy Four 11 completed
158. October 22, 1997 – Janet, spouse of NY Ranger Wayne Gretsky was hit and lost consciousness and the wound on sewed when watching the play, when an acrylic piece of glass fell on her
159. October 22, 1999 – Maurice Papon, an employee of the France administration during WW II is sent to prison for war crimes against the human race
160. October 22, 1999 – NHL goalkeeper, Grant Fuhr scores his 400th play when he played against Florida Panthers

21st Century – October 22 This Day In History – The 2000s

161. October 22, 2000 – Michael Schumacher achieved his 51st Formula One WDC by 19 points
162. October 22, 2001 – New York Yankees defeat Seattle Mariners, 4-1 in the MLB American League Championship
163. October 22, 2005 – cyclonic squall, Alpha, started in the Atlantic. The season witnessed 22 squalls and termed as Atlantic Cyclonic period
164. October 22, 2006 – The increase in the Panama Canal facilities was agreed upon by a referendum in Panama and 77.8% voted in favor of the proposal
165. October 22, 2006 – Fernando Alonso achieves the 57th Formula One, WDC by 13 points
166. October 22, 2008 – India hurled its premiere Chandramana-1
167. October 22, 2010 – Texas Rangers defeat New York Yankees, 4-2 at the MLB American League Championship
168. October 22, 2010 – Golden Lotus awarded to “Kutty Srank” at the 57th National Film Awards (India)
169. October 22, 2012 – 6 Italian researchers could not forecast the L’Aquila tremor and they were sentenced to homicide
170. October 22, 2012 – formation of cyclone Sandy in the Western Caribbean Sea
171. October 22, 2012 – San Francisco Giants defeat St. Louis Cardinals, 4-3 at the MLB National League Championship
172. October 22, 2012 – a musical “Red”, 4th Studio compilation by Taylor Swift circulated
173. October 22, 2013 – 37 radicals belonging to the Boko Haram Islamist group were killed in Nigeria during an air and ground attack

174. October 22, 2013 – outbreaks at the barriers in Anbar Province, Iraq leave 32 safekeeping staff dead
175. October 22, 2013 – debut performance of “Thor: The Dark World”, guided by Alan Taylor, featuring Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman in London
176. October 22, 2016 – Time Warner purchased for $85.4 billion
177. October 22, 2017 – a report published by “La Times” indicates that 38 women have blamed Hollywood director cum writer, James Toback of sensual nuisance

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