November 05 in History – What happened on 05 November in Past

✅ Published on November 5th, 2020 in November in History

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

According to Gregory calendar, on November 05, the day number in a year is 309 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 310. November 05 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 05 in History - Top Historical Events ⚡

YearEvent / Incidence / Incident
1138Lý Anh Tông was enthroned as emperor of Ð?i Vi?t at theage of two, starting a 37-year reign.
1556Hemu was defeated by the Mughal ruler Akbar in the Second Panipat War.
1605The arrest of Guy Fawkes, found during a search ofthe Palace of Westminster, foiled Robert Catesby's plot to destroy theHouse of Lords and all within it.
1639The first post office was established in the American city of Massachusetts.
1743The coordinated scientific observations of the transit of Mercury were conducted by Joseph-Nicolas Düssel.
1773John Hencock was elected as a mediator at the Boston city meeting, which resolves that anyone who supports the Tea Act is "an enemy of America".
1780The French-American force under Colonel LaBalm was defeated by Miami Chief Little Turtle.
1781John Hansen wins America's first compiled congressional presidential election.
1812James Madison defeated DeWitt Clinton in the US presidential election.
1824Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the first technical university in the English-speaking world, was established at Troy, New York.
1829Technical University Denmark DTU) opened.
1838The collapse of the Federal Republic of Central America beganwith Nicaragua seceding from the union.
1862American Civil War-Abraham Lincoln removed George B. McClellanas commander of the Union Army for the second and final time.
1862Ambrose Barnasus ranked McClellan as chief of the Potomac's army.
1870Chittaranjan Das, the founding politician of the Swaraj Party, was born in Bengal.
1872Ulysses S. Grant was elected President of America for the second time.
1895The US state introduced female suffrage in Utah.
1909The first Woolworth department store opened in Liverpool, UK, as the American chain was expanding its department store in Europe
1916An armed confrontation in Everett, Washington, US, betweenlocal authorities and members of the Industrial Workers of the Worldresulted in seven deaths.
1918Influenza megaliths, originating from European countries, killed one million people in the world.
1920Two Oklahoma law enforcement officers provided assistance in exposing the details concerning a liquor raid. This led to the possession of one gallon of corn juice, one quart of gasoline, and one live prisoner.
1920Indian Red Cross Society was established.
1925Sidney Reilly, the first 'super-spy' of the 20th century andone of the inspirations for James Bond, was executed by the Sovietsecret police.
1940The Germans in the waters of the North Atlantic Sea destroyed two different ships. One of the ships was a British passenger ship and the other was a freighter.
1943World War II-An unknown aircraft dropped four bombs on Vatican City, which maintained neutrality during the war.
1944Alex Karl, a French physician, biologist and philosopher, died.
1945The trial of the cases of prisoners of Indian National Army (INA) started at Red Fort.
1950Korean War-The 27th British Commonwealth Brigade succeeded inpreventing a Chinese break-through at Pakchon in the Battle of Pakchon.
1953According to a revelation, Israel and Arab states had been previously cautioned that the United States could not financially support the Middle East forever. The cause of this burden was mainly because of the plans to build the Jordan River, and to aid 800,000 Israeli refugees.
1961The country's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru arrived in New York on a visit to America.
1967A commuter express train travelling to London derailed off the tracks at Hither Green leading to the deaths of 53 people and injuring many.
1967A train derailed near Hither Green maintenance depot in London,killing 49 people and injuring 78 others.
1976The Soviet Union conducted a nuclear test.
1981The first portable meter "glucometer" to measure blood sugar levels of patients with diabetes was launched.
1983Five workers on the Byford Dolphin semi-submersible oil rigwere killed in an explosive decompression while drilling in the Frigggas field in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.
1984Morning Ireland, Ireland's highest rated radio programme, wasbroadcast on RTÉ Radio 1 for the first time.
1990Ultra-Zionist rabbi Meir Kahane was assassinated in a New YorkCity hotel by an Arab gunman.
1991Appointed the United States Senate Robert Gates as director of the Central Intelligence Department.
1995André Dallaire was thwarted in his attempt to assassinateCanadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien when Chrétien's wife locked thedoor.
2003American serial killer Gary Ridgway pleaded guilty to 48 countsof first degree murder.
2005Pope Benedict XVI plans to sanction new rules that restrict homosexual men from entering the institution. According to him this action will help to curb the Roman Catholic Church sex abuse scandal.
2006The failure of 2 high voltage transmission lines in Germany leads to power cuts in a large area of Western Europe including France and surrounding nations.
2006Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein was sentenced to death.
2007China's first spacecraft Change 1 orbited the moon.
2007The first high-speed channel tunnel in London opened to passengers.
2008Gagan Narang, an Indian wins a gold medal in the men's 10 meter air rifle event at the ISSF World Cup Final. He broke the world record.
2009A 9-year ban, which was earlier imposed by Saudi Arabia on Somali Livestock Imports has now been lifter. This has reopened Somalia’s export market.
2009Major Nidal Malik Hasan of the United States Army went on ashooting rampage at Fort Hood, the worst shooting ever to take place onan American military base.
2010The Chinese embassy situated in Oslo subtly cautions foreign diplomats not to attend the Nobel Peace Prize award ceremony that will be held for Liu Xiaobo.
2011Boko Haram, the Islamist terrorist group has taken full responsibility for a series of attacks in the Nigerian town of Damaturu. This had led to the death of around 63 people.
2012The floods in Nigeria killed 363 people and displaced over 21 lakh people.
2013Bill de Blasio was elected mayor of New York City.



Famous Birthdays of November 05 😀:

YearName / Profession / Country
1923Rudolf Augstein / Journalist / Germany
1986BoA / Singer / South Korea
1968Ricardo Fort / Actor / Argentina
1942Pierangelo Bertoli / Writer / Italy
1955Bernard Chazelle / Academic / France
1914Alton Tobey / Painter / United States of America
1985Kate DeAraugo / Writer / Australia
1938Joe Dassin / Writer / United States of America
1976Jeff Klein / Writer / United States of America
1854Paul Sabatier / Academic / France
1945Aleka Papariga / Politician / Greece
1946Ken Whaley / Writer / United Kingdom
1913Guy Green / Writer / United States of America
1980Jaime Camara / Racing Car Driver / Brazil
1982Rob Swire / Writer / Australia
1883P Moe Nin / Author / Myanmar (Burma)
1917Banarsi Das Gupta / Politician / India
1922Cecil H. Underwood / Politician / United States of America
1613Isaac de Benserade / Poet / France
1941Yoshiyuki Tomino / Director / Japan
1913Vivien Leigh / Actress / India
1855Eugene V. Debs / Politician / United States of America
1947Peter Noone / Writer / United Kingdom
1921Georges Cziffra / Composer / Hungary
1966Nayim / Footballer / Spain
1920Tommy Godwin / Cyclist / United States of America
1919Hasan Askari / Linguist / Pakistan
1895Walter Gieseking / Pianist / Germany
1592Charles Chauncy / Theologian / United Kingdom
1963Jean-Pierre Papin / Footballer / France

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