November 02 in History – What happened on 02 November in Past

02 November - Today in History - Important historical events happened on this day in India and World History

According to Gregory calendar, on November 02, the day number in a year is 306 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 307. November 02 has a special significance in India and world history, because many such incidents have occurred on this day which have been recorded forever in the pages of history. Let's know some such important events which will increase your general knowledge. The facts collected will be as follows: People born on this day, demise of famous people, war treaty, freedom of any country, invention of new technologies, change of power, important National and International Day etc.

November 02 in History - Top Historical Events

YearEvent / Incidence / Incident
619Emperor Gaozu allowed the assassination of a khagan of theWestern Turkic Khanate by Eastern Turkic rivals, one the earliest eventsin the Tang campaigns against the Western Turks.
1534The fourth Sikh Guru Ramdas was born.
1712The Suriname government gave 682,800 to Jacques Cussard, the French kidnapper.
1721The great Peter architect declared the first emperor of Russia, it was replacing 176-year-old Taradam of Russia with the Russian Empire.
1749The English Ohio Trade Company was made the first trading post.
1772Boston: Anti-English Committee of Correspondence was formed.
1795The Curacao government denied slavery on Sunday.
1834On this day a ship named Atlas reached Mauritius with Indian laborers. Which is celebrated as the immigrant day there.
1835The Second Seminole War began in Osceola, Florida between various factions of Native Americans. This battle is also known as the Florida War.
1835The Second Seminole War began in Osceola.
1852Franklin Pierce was elected the 14th President of the United States.
1884Timisoara became the first city in Europe with streets illuminated by electric lights.
1889The Dakota Territory, an organized incorporated territory ofthe United States, was split and became the states of North and SouthDakota.
1892The French poet Paul Varlein traveled to the Netherlands.
1898Organized cheerleading was born at the University of Minnesotawhen student Johnny Campbell directed a crowd attending an Americancollege football game to cheer on their team.
1898Theodore Herzl traveled to Jerusalem.
1914Britain incorporated Cyprus into its empire.
1917British Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour issued the BalfourDeclaration, proclaiming British support for the establishment of aJewish homeland in Palestine.
1931The Soviet Union publicized that they would not export wheat this entire year as well as the following year due to shortage of wheat. This verdict was announced following a recent trade agreement between the Soviet Union and France.
1931Dupont Company announced the manufacture of synthetic rubber.
1932The Australian military began a 'war against emus', aflightless native bird blamed for widespread damage to crops in WesternAustralia.
1936The BBC broadcast the world's first hypertension television program.
1942The BBC launched French-language broadcasting in Canada.
1949The Netherlands recognized Indonesia as an autonomous state.
1950George Bernard Shaw died at the age of 97.
1951Nearly 6 thousand British soldiers arrived in Egypt to overcome the demonstrations against Britain. Britain sent such a large number of British troops to another country for the first time after the Second World War.
1953Pakistan officially became the Islamic Republic.
1957People of Levelland, Texas conveyed sightings of unidentified flying objects with bright lights. The head of the Interplanetary Space Patrol, Jim Lee then anticipated that the UFOs will soon be coming in huge quantities and the people who doubted this claim, will have no option but to agree.
1959The first section of the M1 motorway, the first of it's kind in the UK, is opened between Watford and Crick/Rugby along with the motorway's two spurs the ( M10 motorway to St Albans ) and ( M45 motorway Coventry )
1963President Ngo Dinh Diem of South Vietnam was assassinated,marking the culmination of a coup d'état led by Duong Van Minh.
1964King Saud of Saudi Arabia was deposed by his half-brotherFaisal over concerns of the former's profligacy and his inability todeal with the socialism of Egypt's Gamal Abdel Nasser.
1965American Quaker Norman Morrison set himself on fire in front of the Pentagon to protest the United States' involvement in the Vietnam War.
1965Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan was born.
1965Republican John Lindsey was elected mayor of New York City.
1979In Paris, French police shot gangster Jacques Mesren.
1984For the first time since 1962 in the US, a woman, Velma Barfield, was hanged.
1989North Dakota and South Dakota celebrated their 100th birthday.
1990Sky Television and British Satellite Broadcasting merged to form BSkyB, the largest pay-TV broadcaster in the United Kingdom andIreland.
1995Former South African Minister of Defence Magnus Malan and 10other former senior military officers were arrested and charged with 13murders in the KwaMakhutha massacre of 1987.
2000One American astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts have prepared themselves for a four month stay at the international space station, making them the first people ever to do so.
2004Dutch film director Theo van Gogh, whose film Submission wascritical of the treatment of women in Islam, was assassinated byMohammed Bouyeri.
2005Around 80 of the world's best radio astronomers come together in Pune, India to make decisions about how and where to establish the world's largest radio telescope, called the Square Kilometer Array.
2006A study by B. Worm et al has been issued in the journal, Science. It forecasts the downfall of commercial fisheries by the year 2048 because of pollution, overfishing and other environmental influences.
2007In Tbilisi, Georgia, 50,000–100,000 people demonstratedagainst the allegedly corrupt government of president MikheilSaakashvili.
2008Lewis Hamilton wins the 2008 Formula One Drivers' Championship, defeating Felipe Massa by one point. This makes him the youngest and first black driver of African inheritance in the history to win the title of Formula One World Champion.
2009North Korea appeals for direct talks with the United States concerning their nuclear program. They have also issued a warning that they will "go their own way" if the US fails to live up to their demands.
2011The collision of a freight train with a bus at a level crossing in Argentina leads to the death of 8 people and injures many.
2012Indian-American mathematician Shriram Shankar Abhyankar died.
2013Two planes with nine skydivers crash into each other mid air in Wisconsin. However, the skydivers survived with the help of their parachutes and the pilots got away only with minor injuries.
2014A suicide bombing in Lahore, Pakistan, killed 60 people and injured 110 people.



Famous Birthdays of November 02:

YearName / Profession / Country
1855Henrik Schück / Author / Sweden
1958Willie McGee / Baseball Player / United States of America
1938Jay Black / Singer / United States of America
1986Andy Rautins / Basketball Player / Canada
1929Amar Gopal Bose / Engineer / United States of America
1975Stéphane Sarrazin / Racing Car Driver / France
1865Warren G. Harding / Politician / United States of America
1766Joseph Radetzky von Radetz / Field Marshal / Austria
1979Simone Puleo / Footballer / Italy
1939Pauline Neville-Jones / Politician / United Kingdom
1893Battista Farina / Business Man / Italy
1815George Boole / Philosopher / United Kingdom
1941Dave Stockton / Golfer / United States of America
1799John Light Atlee / Surgeon / United States of America
1974Sofia Polgar / Chess Player / Hungary
1914Johnny Vander Meer / Baseball Player / United States of America
1981Roddy White / Footballer / United States of America
1877Aga Khan III / Imam  / India
1961Jeff Tedford / Footballer / United States of America
1974Nelly / Rapper / United States of America
1940Jim Bakken / Footballer / United States of America
1937Earl Carroll / Singer / United States of America
1976Margus Hernits / Figure Skater / Estonia
1962Derek Mountfield / Footballer / United Kingdom
1944Keith Emerson / Singer / United Kingdom
1965Nick Boles / Politician / United Kingdom
1949Lois McMaster Bujold / Author / United States of America
1978Carmen Cali / Baseball Player / United States of America
1947Dave Pegg / Producer / United Kingdom
1879Marion Jones Farquhar / Tennis Player / United States of America

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Read in Hindi : 02 नवम्बर की प्रमुख ऐतिहासिक घटनाएं

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