22. november

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December 8, 2021

November 22 is the 326th day of the year and the 327th in leap years. There are 39 days left in the year.

Name day

Cecilie, Silje, Sissel The name day is after the patron saint of church music and song, St. Cecilia, who died a martyr in 230

History

1573 - The city of Niterói in the state of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil is founded. 1776 - The Battle of Fort Cumberland in the American Revolutionary War begins. 1830 - Charles Gray becomes Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. 1914 - World War I: The First Battle of Ieper ends. 1922 - Howard Carter opens Tutankhamun's tomb. 1943 - World War II: Cairo Conference - US President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Chinese leader Chiang Kai-shek meet in Cairo to discuss how to fight Japan. 1943 - Lebanon becomes independent from France. 1956 - The 17th Summer Olympics open in Melbourne, Australia. 1963 - US President John F. Kennedy is shot and killed in Dallas, Texas, while Governor John Connally is badly injured. Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson takes over as president. 1968 - The Beatles release The Beatles. 1972 - Vietnam War: US loses its first B-52 Stratofortress bomber. 1975 - Juan Carlos I becomes King of Spain. 1976 - Israeli forces line up on the Lebanese border. 1986 - Mike Tyson becomes the youngest world champion in heavyweight boxing ever, just 20 years and 4 months old. 1989 - Lebanese President Rene Moawad is killed by a bomb blast near Beirut. 1990 - Margaret Thatcher resigns as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. 2005 - Microsoft launches the Xbox 360 game console in the United States. 2005 - The 12-point agreement between the Seven Parties Alliance for Democracy in Nepal and the Nepalese Communist Party (Maoist) is signed in Delhi, India. The agreement led to the overthrow of King Gyanendra of Nepal's dictatorship in April 2006. 2013 - Magnus Carlsen becomes world champion in chess after winning the World Cup in India.

Norsk historie

1911 - Spitsbergen radio / LFG starts broadcasting from Svalbard. 1943 - World War II: The Norwegian submarine Ula sinks the Norwegian merchant ship Arcturus, which sails for the Germans. Five people die. 1973 - The oil crisis: The government decides to close all petrol stations on weekends, and after 19:00 every weekday. Deliveries of kerosene and heating oil will be reduced by 25% in the heating season 1973–74. 1987 - The Mongstad case: Statoil's CEO Arve Johnsen resigns as a result of overruns in the development of the oil refinery at Mongstad. 1997 - Norwegian organization for the study of extraterrestrial intelligence was founded.

Births

See more who were born November 22 in Category: Births November 22. 1518 - Guido Ascanio Sforza, Catholic cardinal (d. 1564) 1721 - Marcantonio Marcolini, Catholic cardinal (d. 1782) 1746 - Bernt Anker, Norwegian businessman (d. 1805) 1787 - Rasmus Rask, Danish linguist (d. 1832) 1805 - Mariano Benito Barrio Fernández, Catholic cardinal and archbishop (d. 1876) 1808 - Thomas Cook, British travel agent founder (d. 1892) 1812 - Johanne Luise Heiberg, Danish actress (d. 1890) 1830 - Léon Feer, French linguist (d. 1902) 1838 - Ludvig Aubert, Norwegian jurist (d. 1896) 1853 - Klemens von Ketteler, German diplomat (d. 1900) 1868 - John N. Garner, 32nd Vice President of the United States (d. 1967) 1869 - André Gide, French author and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1947 (d. 1951) 1876 ​​- Pierre-André-Charles Petit de Julleville, Catholic cardinal and archbishop (d. 1947) 1877 - Cecilio Apostol, Filipino poet and author (d. 1929) 1890 - Charles de Gaulle, French president (d. 1970) 1906 - Jørgen Juve, Norwegian football player (d. 1983) 1913 - Benjamin Britten, British composer and conductor (d. 1976) 1920 - Paul Erickson, British screenwriter (d. 1991) 1924 - Geraldine Page, American actress (d. 1987) 1929 -

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