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Famous Events For October 30

Famous Events For October 30 – Today In History

What Happened on October 30 in World History?

Early Centuries – October 30 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. October 30, 0637 – Muslim defense forces guided by Rashidun Caliphate defeat Antioch at the war of Iron Bridge
2. October 30, 0701 – Installation of John VI of Greece as Catholic Pope
3. October 30, 0942 – Pope Marinus II was Pope from this date to death
4. October 30, 1077 – King Emperor of Rome, Henry IV donates the town of Stavoren to the bishop of Utrecht
5. October 30, 1137 – War started between Ranulf of Apulia and Roger II of Sicily at Rignano
6. October 30, 1270 – agreement to end the battle and siege of Tunis by the British between Charles I of Sicily and the chief of Tunis signed. (Charles I was the brother of King Louis IX of France who deceased a few months earlier)

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7. October 30, 1340 – the combined armies of King Afonso IV of Portugal and King Alfonso XI of Castile vanquish Sultan Abu al-Hasan`Ali of Morocco and Yusuf I of Granada at the war of Rio Salado (or Tarifa)
8. October 30, 1389- meeting between French King Charles VI and pope Clemens VII
9. October 30, 1468 – capture and loot of Liege by Charles the Bold, Chief of Burgundy
10. October 30, 1470 – In the battle of Roses, Chief of Warwick vanquishes Yorkists to make way for Henry VI of England to come to England to become the king
11. October 30, 1485 – installation of Henry VII of England as king at Westminster Abbey
12. October 30, 1489 – agreement of Peace between king Maximilian I and Flemings
13. October 30, 1502 – Vasco da Gama makes an additional visit to Calicut, India
14. October 30, 1503 – viciousness against Indians was prohibited by Queen Isabella of Spain
15. October 30, 1534 – King Henry VII was made the Head of the Church in England, a position usually occupied by the Pope, by an Act of the Legislature in England
16. October 30, 1611 – installation of Gustaaf II Adolf as king of Sweden
17. October 30, 1629 – King Charles I donates the Bahamas to Sir Robert Heath
18. October 30, 1697 – A peace agreement between Germany and the French/English/Spain/Dutch/Brandenburgs to terminate the battle of Nine Year War

18th Century – What Happened on October 30 – The 1700s

19. October 30, 1739 – Battle between Britain and Spain at Jenkin’s Ear
20. October 30, 1766 – sanctification of St. Paul’s Chapel in New York
21. October 30, 1768 – inauguration of the first Methodist church in the settlements of North America
22. October 30, 1772 – Captain Cook reaches Cape Town by ss Resolution

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19th Century – October 30 This Day That Year – The 1800s

23. October 30, 1851 – debut performance of “Bettine” by Alfred de Musset in Paris
24. October 30, 1864 – discovery of Helena, capital of Montana
25. October 30, 1866 – burglary of a bank in Lexington, Missouri by Jesse James
26. October 30, 1868 – the first African American to be voted to US Congress was John Menard of Louisiana
27. October 30, 1871 – Philadelphia Athletics vanquish Chicago to achieve the 1st National Association baseball banner
28. October 30, 1873 – premiere show of “Greatest Show on Earth” P T Barnum’s circus in New York City
29. October 30, 1883 – defence agreement between Austria-Hungary, Germany and Romania
30. October 30, 1886 – Accord on Territories in East Africa between Great Britain and Germany
31. October 30, 1888 – copyright given to John J. Loud for creating a ballpoint pen
32. October 30, 1888 – an allowance of 100 Pounds per month granted to Cecil Rhodes, Mashonaland by Ndebele-king Lobengula
33. October 30, 1893 – the cancellation of the Sherman Silver Purchase Act of 1890 by the US Legislature
34. October 30, 1894 – copyright granted to Daniel Cooper for inventing a timer
35. October 30, 1894 – a technique was suggested by Domenico Melegatti that could be followed in the manufacture of pandoro for which he was given the copyright
36. October 30, 1899 – Boers vanquish the British and capture Ladysmith in the War of Ladysmith
37. October 30, 1899 – Winston Churchill, a journalist for British Morning Post arrives in Cape Town

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day October 30 – The 1900s

38. October 30, 1900 –The First automobile exhibition held in the US at Madison Square Garden in NYC
39. October 30, 1901 – war between Lieutenant-Colonel Benson of Britain against Boers at Bakenlaagte
40. October 30, 1903 – The Russians broke their assurance to vacate Manchuria, and returned to Mukden to strengthen their army in Manchuria
41. October 30, 1905 – The Chief of Russia, Nicholas II allows rights to the Public and admits the first legislature (Duma)
42. October 30, 1905 – debut performance of “Mrs Warren’s Profession” by George Bernard Shaw in NYC
43. October 30, 1911 – appointment of Clark Griffith as manager of Washington Senators
44. October 30, 1914 – commencement of aggression by friendly nations at Ypres (Belgium), during WWI
45. October 30, 1917 – The legislature in Britain passes the statement made by the British Prime Minister to provide shelter in Palestine for Jews under the Balfour Declaration
46. October 30, 1918 – formation of Czechoslovakian state requested by Slovakia
47. October 30, 1918 – agreement between friendly nations and Turkey to cease fire on 31st October during WWI
48. October 30, 1919 – The Baseball authorities advocate for prohibiting “spitball”

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49. October 30, 1920 – Establishment of the Communist Party of Australia in Sydney
50. October 30, 1921 – debut presentation of a soundless cinema featuring Rudolph Valentino in Los Angeles
51. October 30, 1922 – New York Giants spend $65,000 and three more players to get the services of Jack Bentley with the sole intention of defeating Yankees
52. October 30, 1922 – Benito Mussolini takes control of the administration in Italy
53. October 30, 1925 – The radio broadcasting commences by the Faculty and students of the University of Texas
54. October 30, 1938 – The radio program aired, entitled “The War of the Worlds” by H.G.Wells and described by Orson Welles, generates public alarm
55. October 30, 1939 – Hitler extradites all Jews when the USSR and Germany decide to divide Poland
56. October 30, 1939 – assault by German U-boat carrying torpedoes failed to destroy SS Nelson, a battleship of the British, that had Winston Churchill, Dudley Pound, and Charles Forbes on board
57. October 30, 1940 – a musical “Panama Hattie” by Cole Porters debuts in NYC
58. October 30, 1940 – debut presentation of the movie, “One Night in the Tropics”, first picture for Abbott and Castello Paterson New Jersey

59. October 30, 1942 – A fresh attack by Australia on the 8th day of the war at El Alamein
60. October 30, 1942 – the arrival of the US airplane, Enterprise at Noumea
61. October 30, 1943 – a conference between the United States (Hull), Britain (Eden), and Soviets (Molotov) resulted in a Moscow Declaration
62. October 30, 1943 – Soviet defense forces under the command of Fyodor Ivanovich Tolbukhin attack the 4th Ukrainian Front
63. October 30, 1944 – debut presentation of “Appalachian Spring” by Aaron Copland in Washington DC
64. October 30, 1944 – extradition of Anne Frank to Belsen from Auschwitz
65. October 30, 1944 – the last carriage arrives in Birkenau en route to Auschwitz
66. October 30, 1944 – Scots Highlanders, a battalion of the British army release Waalwijk
67. October 30, 1944 – Sweden refuses asylum to WW II declaring itself nonaligned
68. October 30, 1944 – Tholen Island liberated during WWII
69. October 30, 1945 – President of Brooklyn Dodgers, Branch Rickey signed as Jackie Robinson for a contract with Montreal Royals
70. October 30, 1947 – accord on GATT in Geneva by 23 nations
71. October 30, 1947 – a musical “Hymnus Ambrosianus”, by Darius Milhauds in Paris
72. October 30, 1948 – smoke pollution in Donora, Pennsylvania, takes the life of 20 and about 6000 fall sick
73. October 30, 1948 – Israel captures Galilee at the battle of Hiram
74. October 30, 1949 – a movie entitled “Lost in the Stars” premieres at Music Box Theatre NYC to give 281 presentations
75. October 30, 1949 – a symposium by Kurt Weill and Maxwell Anderson debuts in NYC
76. October 30, 1950 – debut performance of 3rd musical by David Diamond
77. October 30, 1950 – Pope Pius XII observes “The Miracle of the Sun” during his stay at the Vatican
78. October 30, 1951 – Atomic test by the US at Nevada
79. October 30, 1952 – the first sale of ice-covered peas by Clarence Birdseye
80. October 30, 1952 – Tim Flock achieves the 4th NASCAR Sprint Cup
81. October 30, 1953 – Nobel Prize for Peace shared by Dr. Albert Schweitzer and Gen George Marshall

82. October 30, 1954 – US Defence proclaims the removal of ethnically separated battalions
83. October 30, 1954 – In a basketball match between Rochester and Boston, a 24-second shot watch was made use of for the first time to quicken the scoring.
84. October 30, 1955 – the 8th batsman, Imtiaz Ahmed achieves 209 runs against New Zealand
85. October 30, 1955 – Tim Flock achieves the 7th NASCAR Sprint Cup
86. October 30, 1956 – Defence Forces of Israel seize El-Thamad, a military hold of Egypt
87. October 30, 1956 – real estate group purchases Ebbets Field of Dodgers to stay up to 1959 with a choice to extend up to 1961
88. October 30, 1957 – the 11th musical by Dmitri Shostakovich debuts in Moscow
89. October 30, 1957 – a dog named Laika was hurled into space by Russia – Sputnik II
90. October 30, 1957 – TV Transmission channel 13 begins airing from Indianapolis on NBC
91. October 30, 1960 – A news Agency in Guatemala – La Hora – announces a design for assaulting Cuba
92. October 30, 1960 – The first effective relocation of kidneys was conducted by Michael Woodruff in the UK at Edinburgh Royal Hospital
93. October 30, 1960 – Rex White achieves the 12th NASCAR Sprint Cup competition
94. October 30, 1961 – Soviet Union conducts the most powerful atomic hydrogen bomb, Tsar Bomba, 58 megatons,
95. October 30, 1961 – The body of Stalin from Lenin’s grave in Red Square was relocated as permitted by the Soviet Congress
96. October 30, 1962 – Atomic test at Johnston Island by USA
97. October 30, 1963 – an agreement between Morocco and Algeria to stop the firing
98. October 30, 1963 – Sandy Koufax achieved the NL MVP honor
99. October 30, 1964 – installation of Tran Van Huong as Prime Minister of South Vietnam
100. October 30, 1965 – LPGA Las Cruces Golf Open achieved by Clifford Ann Creed
101. October 30, 1965 – 50 people lost their lives in the detonation of firecrackers in Cartagena, Colombia
102. October 30, 1966 – LPGA Las Cruces Ladies Golf Open was achieved by Kathy Whitworth
103. October 30, 1966 – David Pearson achieves the 16th NASCAR Sprint Cup competition
104. October 30, 1967 – a 9 play schedule for the White Sox in Milwaukee in 1968 was announced by Arthur Allyn
105. October 30, 1967 – Ferdinand Bracke covers a distance of 48,093 km on cycle in the best logged time
106. October 30, 1968 – Lars Onsager, a specialist in thermodynamics, achieves the Nobel Prize in chemistry

107. October 30, 1968 – Luis Alvarez achieved the Nobel Prize for Physics
108. October 30, 1968 – Queen Juliana throughs open the IJ underpass in Amsterdam
109. October 30, 1968 – discussion meeting between Jack Lynch, Irish Prime Minister, and Harold Wilson, British Prime Minister to stop dividing Northern Ireland to bring peace to Northern Ireland
110. October 30, 1969 – TV transmission channel 50 in Manchester NH commences its programme
111. October 30, 1970 – TV transmission channel 42 in Kennewick, WA starts airing on ABC
112. October 30, 1970 – dangerous rebellion in the Catholic Ardoyne surroundings of Belfast for three nights
113. October 30, 1970 – discussion on reformation and safety between James Chichester-Clark, PM of Northern Ireland, and the Home Secretary Reginald Maulling. British Administration
114. October 30, 1972 – in a train accident, in Chicago, Illinois, US, 45 lost their life
115. October 30, 1972 – a paper entitled, “The Future of Northern Ireland” was published by Northern Ireland which postulates that the British would honor their promise to the amalgamation as long as the public continued as a portion of the British Empire
116. October 30, 1972 – an attack on Royal Ulster Constabulary HQ in County Derry by the Supporters and rob 4 machine Guns belonging to British Army
117. October 30, 1973 – Tom Seaver achieves the Cy Young award in a non-20-game and was the first to achieve such a distinction
118. October 30, 1973 – The Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul on its conclusion joins landmasses of Europe and Asia.
119. October 30, 1974 – the quickest pitch (100.9 MPH) was achieved by Nolan Ryan of California Angel
120. October 30, 1974 – Nomination of Catfish Hunter for AL Cy Young Award
121. October 30, 1974 – In a boxing event, The Rumble in the Jungle, in Kinshasa, Zaire Muhammad Ali defeats George Foreman in the 8th round.
122. October 30, 1974 – debut performance of “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” a fear film in Los Angeles
123. October 30, 1975 – The professional pitcher, John Montefusco achieves the NL Rookie of the Year
124. October 30, 1975 – The seventh NHL player to score 500 goals was John Bucyk, Boston
125. October 30, 1975 – installation of Juan Carlos as king of Spain
126. October 30, 1975 – an article entitled “Ford to City: Drop Dead” was published in NY Daily
127. October 30, 1976 – valedictory of “Going Up” at John Golden Theater, NYC after 49 presentations
128. October 30, 1976 – appointment of Jane Pauley as co-anchor of Today Show
129. October 30, 1976 – Election of Rev Joseph Evans as president of the United Church of Christ
130. October 30, 1977 – An aircraft 747SP completes the flight from pole to pole in 54:07 Hrs
131. October 30, 1978 – Discovery of the 25th Mersenne prime, 2^21701-1 by Laura Nickel and Curt Noll

132. October 30, 1978 – assault on Tanzania by Uganda
133. October 30, 1979 – NASA hurls spacecraft S-203
134. October 30, 1979 – The first African American to be voted as Mayor of Birmingham, Alabama, was Richard Arrington
135. October 30, 1980 – an agreement between Honduras and EI Salvador on their territory
136. October 30, 1980 – NASA hurls spacecraft Flt Satcom-4
137. October 30, 1982 – Changes were made in the constitution of Portugal
138. October 30, 1983 – The 7-year military regime was ended in Argentina when voting was held for self-governing
139. October 30, 1984 – Willie Hernandez and Tigers achieve the AL Cy Young Award
140. October 30, 1985 – Challenger-9 hurled into space as part of the Space Shuttle Mission
141. October 30, 1985 – a musical, “Rockin’ with Rhythm” by The Judds is announced
142. October 30, 1986 – spacecraft Discovery shifted to Orbiter Processing Facility to affect more than 200 changes
143. October 30, 1987 – NEC in Japan, announces a home video game console TurboGrafx-16 also known as PC Engine
144. October 30, 1987 – a musical, “Faith” by George Michael premieres
145. October 30, 1988 – a bonanza bounty of 61.38 M of California lottery was shared by 2 gambling clubs and 1 player
146. October 30, 1988 – Nichirei Ladies Cup US-Japan Team Golf Championship was achieved by Beth Daniel
147. October 30, 1988 – NY Jets vanquish Pittsburgh Steelers for the first time
148. October 30, 1989 – appointment of August A. Busch III as CEO of St Louis Cards
149. October 30, 1989 – a milkshake of 1575.2 gals. was prepared by Smith Dairy at Orrville Ohio
150. October 30, 1990 – A channel tunnel (Chunnel) was completed between Britain and France below the English Channel
151. October 30, 1991 – agreement effort between the Colombian administration and the Columbian guerrilla movement
152. October 30, 1991 – appointment of Mark Sauer as CEO of Pittsburgh Pirates
153. October 30, 1991 – a peace conference was held in Madrid, sponsored by Spain
154. October 30, 1992 – MTA starts establishing computerized fare collection gates
155. October 30, 1993 – during the first season of the play, the Toronto Maple Leafs suffered a loss

156. October 30, 1994 – The combined left parties were victorious in the Macedonian democratic election
157. October 30, 1994 – Thomas Nicely found the virus in Intel’s Pentium processor on the Internet
158. October 30, 1994 – Nichirei LPGA Golf International was achieved by the US
159. October 30, 1995 – plebiscite in Quebec favours to stay with Canada
160. October 30, 1996 – discussion to adopt new knowhow to change natural gas to fuel between Exxon and Qatar General Petroleum
161. October 30, 1997 – premiere of “The Cherry Orchard” at Martin Beck Theatre, NYC
162. October 30, 1997 – detention of Shirley Allen, 51who held the Illinois police at bay for 39 days

21st Century – October 30 This Day In History – The 2000s

163. October 30, 2002 – commencement of broadcasting by British Digital terrestrial television in the United Kingdom
164. October 30, 2003 – debut performance of the film, “Wicked” featuring Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth on Broadway at Gershwin Theatre
165. October 30, 2005 – The Church destroyed in the Dresden bombing during WWII, Dresden Frauenkirche, and rebuilt in a 13-year construction scheme was set apart for religious work
166. October 30, 2007 – 7th musical, “Long Road Out of Eden” by Eagles announced
167. October 30, 2011 – debut performance of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part I” on the theme of the book by Stephenie Meyer, guided by Bill Condon and featuring Kristen Steward and Robert Pattinson at Rome Film Festival
168. October 30, 2012 – sale of Lucasfilm Ltd to Walt Disney and its rights for Star Wars for $4.05 billion
169. October 30, 2013 – An inferno in a bus in Mahbubnagar, India leaves 44 dead
170. October 30, 2013 – Boston Red Sox triumphs over St Louis Cardinals, 4-2 to achieve the MLB World Series

171. October 30, 2014 – 2014 Japan series was achieved by Fukuoka Soft Bank Hawks
172. October 30, 2016 – agreement between Canada and the EU for free trade but resisted by Belgium
173. October 30, 2017 – deception charges framed against Paul Manafort and his junior Rick Gates who were President Trump’s election movements but his consultant George Papadopoulos accepted having committed a lie to the FBI
174. October 30, 2017 – regret statement issued by Actor Kevin Spacey after being blamed by Anthony Rapp for unfitting sexual conduct when he was 14
175. October 30, 2017 – installation of President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya after he won the re-voting for a second term when only 38% voted
176. October 30, 2017 – The US court rejects President Trump’s prohibition on transgender in the defense services

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