November 24


November 28, 2021

November 24th (Juichigatsu nijuyoka, Juichigatsu nijuyonnichi) is the 328th day from the beginning of the year (329th day in a leap year) in the Gregorian calendar, and there are 37 days left until the end of the year.


1629 (October 10, Kanei 6) --- Tokugawa Iemitsu's nanny, Fuku, attends Emperor Gomizuo. She receives the name of "Lady Kasuga". 1833-An earthquake of magnitude 8.9 occurs off the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. It may be as large as the 2004 earthquake. 1859-Charles Darwin publishes "On the Origin of Species" in England. 1894-Performed the first opera "Faust" (composed by Gounod) in Japan since the Meiji era at the Tokyo Academy of Music. 1909 --Explosion accident at Ohnoura Kirino Coal Mine (currently Miyawaka City, Fukuoka Prefecture). 243 dead and missing. 1919-Announced the establishment of the New Women's Association. 1928-The Yamamoto old incident occurs. 1940-World War II: Slovakia joins the Tripartite Pact of Japan, Germany and Italy. 1944-World War II air raids on Japan: B-29 bombs Tokyo for the first time. 1945 --GHQ destroys a cyclotron such as the Nishina Laboratory of RIKEN and sinks it in Tokyo Bay due to a misunderstanding that it is an atomic bomb research. 1949 --Koji Yamazaki, the owner of the financial industry "Hikari Club", commits suicide by poisoning with potassium cyanide. 1950-Electricity business reorganization order promulgated. Reorganized the electric power business into 9 companies by region. 1954 --Ichiro Hatoyama and others form the Democratic Party of Japan. 1961-The United Nations General Assembly passes the Declaration on the Prohibition of the Use of Nuclear Weapons and the Declaration on the Demilitarized Zone in Africa. 1963-Lee Harvey Oswald, arrested on suspicion of assassinating US President John F. Kennedy, is shot dead while being taken. 1964-Belgian paratroopers deploying Operation Dragon Rouge land in Stanleyville, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and rescue a number of hostages captured by Simba rebels. 1969-American second manned lunar spacecraft "Apollo 12" returns to Earth. 1971-Hijacking "D.B. Cooper Incident" occurs in the United States. The criminal escaped with a parachute with a ransom of $ 200,000 and escaped. It will be an unsolved case. 1989-Velvet Revolution: President Gustáv Husark, First Secretary Milos Jakeš and all other Communist Party executives in Czechoslovakia resign, effectively collapsing the Communist Party administration. 1993-The United States Congress passes a gun law regulation bill (Blady bill). 1997-Yamaichi Securities decides to go out of business voluntarily and goes bankrupt. 1999-Import of 44 foreign beetles and stag beetles is lifted in Japan. 2000-Enforcement of the Stoker Control Law in Japan. 2003 --The vice president of Yazaki's local subsidiary, who was kidnapped in Colombia, was found dead. (Abduction of Japanese Vice President of Colombia) 2012-Sanfrecce Hiroshima wins J1 for the first time and at the same time decides to participate in the FIFA Club World Cup for the first time. 2016-The Government of Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia sign a peace agreement. The Colombian Civil War, which lasted more than 50 years, is virtually over. 2017-Armed groups attack the Rawda Mosque near Arish, Egypt. More than 300 people died. (2017 Arish Beer Al Abedtero Attack Incident)


1632-Baruch Spinoza, rationalist philosopher (+1677) 1712-Charles Michel de Repey, thinker, educator (+1789) 1729-Alexander Suvorov, Generalissimo of the Russian Empire (+1800) 1784-Zachary Taylor, 12th President of the United States (+1850) 1821-Henry Buckle, historian (+ 1862) 1826-Carlo Collodi

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