November 30, 2021
November 7 is the 311th day of the Gregorian calendar (312th in leap years).
1848 - 1848 US presidential election, Zachary Taylor elected
1911 - Government-General of Japan promulgated a national tax collection.
1917 - The Russian November Revolution begins. (Russia was still using the Julian calendar at that time, so it was recorded as October 25 and is called the October Revolution.)
1918 - Left-wing uprising spreads throughout Germany. Munich overthrows the Bavarian monarchy and proclaims a socialist republic. However, this socialist regime collapsed under the attack of the right-wing Free Corps.
1921 - The National Fascist Party is founded in Italy. (Leader Mussolini)
1923 - The National Equal History Representative Conference was held in Daejeon.
1931 - The Provisional Government of the Chinese Soviet Republic is established in Seogeum, Gangseo Province. Upholding President Mao Zedong.
1945 - South Africa and Mexico join the United Nations.
1950 - The UN Security Council approves the invitation to represent the Republic of Korea.
Lebanon grants women the right to vote.
Published an editorial in the People's Daily of China,
1953 - Magsaysay is elected president of the Philippines.
1955 - Atley resigns as leader of the British Labor Party.
1972 - Richard Nixon is re-elected as President of the United States. However, Nixon was soon out of office due to the Watergate scandal.
1978 - The ROK-US Combined Forces Command is established.
1980 - The Political Climate Renewal Committee is established. Chairman Kim Jung-seo, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Lebanon requests dispatch of troops to South Korea. At this time, Lebanon was in chaos due to the Israeli invasion and civil war between Christians and Muslims.
Coup d'etat in Otvolta, West Africa.
Dong-A E&C wins US$3 billion order for Libyan aqueduct project
Korea-Pakistan, diplomatic establishment
1987 - Ben Ali takes office as President of Tunisia.
1997 - President Kim Young-sam left the New Korea Party and converted to an independent, entering the Republic of Korea's non-government party system.
2000 - Republican candidate George W. Bush defeats Democrat Al Gore in the US presidential election. The final result is decided by a Florida court a month later.
2014 - A cruise ship with 40 passengers was rescued by the Coast Guard after drifting offshore in front of Yeongmok Port, Gonam-myeon, Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do.
2020 - Joe Biden is elected president of the United States in 2020.
1990 - Yugoslav President Borisav Jovich visits Korea for the first time as a head of state in the Eastern Bloc.
1995 - Established V-League Daejeon Samsung Fire & Marine Bluefangs.
2009 - The Pohang Steelers defeat Saudi Arabia's Al Ittihad to win the AFC Champions League.
2013 - Microsoft releases Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
630 – Constance II, emperor of the Byzantine Empire.
1542 – Ryu Seong-ryong, a bureaucrat, humanities scholar, medical scientist, and writer in the mid-Joseon Dynasty.
1664 – Borgit Bandi, a Qing dynasty soldier and politician.
1867 – Marie Curie, French chemist (b.
1878 – Rize Meitner, Austrian-Swedish physicist (b.
1879 – Lev Trotsky, a Russian revolutionary and former Soviet politician.
1885 – Frank Knight, an American economist (d.
1911 – Mikhail Yangel, Soviet scientist (b.
1913 – Albert Camus, French philosopher and writer (b.
1927 – Hiroshi Yamauchi, former president of Nintendo Corporation, Japan.
Canadian musician and painter Johnny Mitchell
Ri Jong-oh, composer of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
1956 – Lee Dong-seop, South Korean politician (b.
1961 – Sergei Aleinikov, former Belarusian footballer and coach.
1967 – David Guetta, French electronic musician (b.
Kim Yoon-jin is a South Korean actress.
Park Wan-gyu, South Korean singer.
1976 - United States