Wikipedia: Selected anniversaries of the day / November

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December 3, 2021

November 1

1611 - Shakespeare's The Storm premieres. 1781 - Patent of Emperor Joseph II. abolished slavery in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia. 1861 - American Civil War: General Scott is replaced by Commander-in-Chief of Union troops by General McClellan. 1911 - Italian-Turkish War: Lieutenant Giulio Gavotti (pictured) performs the first raid in history with his aircraft. 1981 - Antigua and Barbuda declares independence from the United Kingdom and becomes an independent state. show · discussion · edit · history · track

November 2

1721 - Peter I the Great (pictured) receives the title of Emperor of All Russia, Russia becomes an empire. 1931 - Ödön von Horváth's social drama Stories from the Vienna Woods premieres in Berlin. 1936 - The BBC begins television broadcasting. 1956 - Suez Crisis: Israel occupies the Gaza Strip. 1956 - Hungarian Revolution: Imre Nagy asks the UN for help. show · discussion · edit · history · track

November 3

0361 - Roman Emperor Constantius II dies, declaring Julian his rightful successor on his deathbed. 1911 - Chevrolet is founded. 1936 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt (pictured) is re-elected President of the United States by a landslide. 1976 - The horror film Carrie premiered. 1986 - The federal states of Micronesia become a sovereign state. show · discussion · edit · history · track

November 4

1791 - Northwest Indian War: United Indian tribes prepare the US military for a crushing defeat in the Battle of the Wabash River. 1861 - The University of Washington is founded. 1956 - Hungarian Uprising: The Soviet Army launches a new offensive against Budapest. 1981 - The Soviet Union sends the Venus spacecraft to Venus 14. 2001 - Pope John Paul II he blessed the Slovak martyrs of the communist era, Pavel Petr Gojdič (pictured) and Methodius Dominik Trčka. show · discussion · edit · history · track

November 5

1556 - The great mogul Akbar the Great crushed the Bengal army in the Second Battle of Panipat. 1831 - The leader of the slave uprising in Virginia, Nat Turner, is brought to justice and sentenced to death. 1911 - Italian-Turkish war: Italy declares annexation to Libya. 1996 - Bill Clinton (pictured) defends the presidency in front of challenger Bob Dole. 2006 - Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein is sentenced to death by hanging for crimes against humanity. show · discussion · edit · history · track

November 6

1611 - With the death of Petr Vok of Rožmberk (pictured), the ancient and powerful Rosenberg family died out. His property passed (partly directly and partly through his nephew Jan) to Švamberk. 1861 - American Civil War: Jefferson Davis is elected President of the Confederacy. 1936 - Spanish Civil War: The Republican government, in fear of a Francoist offensive, relocates from Madrid to Valencia. 1951 - Production of the FSO Warszawa begins in Poland. 2001 - The Fox Broadcasting Company airs the first installment of the series 24 Hours. show · discussion · edit · history · track

November 7

0921 - King Charles III of West France. and King Henry I of East France concluded the Treaty of Bonn (pictured), which established the Rhine as the border between their empires. 1941 - A German plane torpedoes the Soviet hospital ship Armenia, killing over five thousand people. 1956 - Hungarian uprising: János Kádár returns to Budapest with the help of Soviet troops. 1956 - Suez Crisis: The UN General Assembly adopts a resolution calling on the United Kingdom, France and Israel to end their actions immediately and withdraw their forces from Egypt. 1966 - NASA launches the Lunar Orbiter 2 spacecraft. show · discussion · edit · history · track

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