06 November In History - What Happened On This Day

According to Gregory calendar, on November 06, the day number in a year is 310 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 311. November 06 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.

Important Historical Events of 06 November in the World ⚡

1740Samuel Richardson's popular and influential magazine Pamela or the Virtue Award book was published in London.
1789Pope Pius VI appointed Father John Carroll as the firstCatholic bishop in the United States.
1792Battle of the Gemapps: French army defeated the Holy Roman Empire.
1813Mexico gained independence from Spain.
1850Yerba, Buena, and Angel Islands (SF Bay) were reserved for military use.
1856Scenes of Clerical Life, the first work by English authorGeorge Eliot was submitted for publication.
1860Abraham Lincoln was elected the 16th President of America.
1865Months after the Battle of Appomattox Courthouse effectively ended the American Civil War, the CSS Shenandoah became the last Confederate combat unit to surrender after circumnavigating the globe ona cruise on which it sank or captured 38 vessels.
1869In the first official American football game, Rutgers Collegedefeated the College of New Jersey, 6–4, in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
1885The Third Anglo and Burmese War began.
1913Mahatma Gandhi led \ 'The Great March \' against the policies of apartheid in South Africa.
1913Mohandas Gandhi was arrested while leading a march of Indian miners in South Africa.
1915The Daily Eastern News Paper, published for the Eastern Illinois University student organization.
1917The US Atomic Energy Commission tested the largest underground hydrogen bomb cannon in Amwitka Deep.
1935The Hawker Hurricane, the aircraft responsible for 60% of theRoyal Air Force's air victories in the Battle of Britain, made its firstflight.
1936The British biographical film Rembrandt premiered in Great Britain.
1939As part of their plan to eradicate the Polish intellectualelite, the Gestapo arrested 184 professors, students and employees ofJagiellonian University in Kraków.
1943During the Second World War, Japan handed over Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
1944The Hanford Atomic Facility in the U.S. state of Washingtonproduced its first plutonium, and it would go on to create more foralmost the entire American nuclear arsenal.
1944Plutonium was produced for the first time at the Hanford Atomic Facility.
1945For the first time a jet aircraft FR-1 fireball landed on the aircraft carrier USS Wake Island.
1949The civil war ended in Greece.
1962National Defense Council was established.
1963Nguyen Ngoc Tho was appointed to head the South Vietnamesegovernment by the military junta of General Duong Van Minh, five daysafter the latter deposed and assassinated President Ngo Dinh Diem.
1973NASA's astronaut Pioneer 10 began taking pictures of the planet Jupiter.
1977The Kelly Barnes Dam in Stephens County, Georgia, US,collapsed, and the resulting flood killed 39 people and caused $2.8million in damages.
1985Bollywood actor Sanjeev Kumar died.
1990Nawaz Sharif was sworn in as Prime Minister of Pakistan.
1995Madagascar's Rova of Antananarivo, which served as the royalpalace from the 17th to 19th centuries, was destroyed by fire.
2000Jyoti Basu stepped down as Chief Minister of West Bengal for 23 consecutive years.
2004A man attempting to commit suicide parked his car on therailway tracks in Ufton Nervet, Berkshire, England, causing a derailmentthat killed seven people.
2004Russia ratified the Kyoto Agreement.
2005According to reports, the tenth night of the 2005 French riots has been the most severe till now. Jacques Chirac, the French President Jacques Chirac has asked for the rioters to be detained and punished.
2006Bomb explosion takes place at Mexico's Federal Electoral Tribunal, an opposition party's headquarters and also at a bank in the capital.
2007As per officials around 35 people are killed and many are injured in a suicide bombing that took place in northern Afghanistan.
2008As per officials, an explosion leads to the death of at least 11 people that were on board a minibus in the North Caucasus Russia.
2009Indian and Burmese come together and target a Nagaland separatist rebel base situated in the northeast of Burma.
2010Armenia and Azerbaijan came together to carry out the exchange of the bodies of the dead soldiers and a civilian. This action was carried out through the support of the International Committee of the Red Cross.
2011The two principal Greek political parties have agreed to form an alliance government with the Prime Minister of Greece George Papandreou to resign once the new government is formed.
2012Malawi delays its anti-homosexual law amidst a parliamentary and public debate on whether it should be repealed.
2012Barack Obama was re-elected as US President.
2013A suicide bomber explodes a bomb in an oil tanker in Baghdad, Iraq. This leads to the death of 15 people.
2013A suicide blast in Damascus, Syria, killed 8 and injured 50.
2014Apple Inc. has zeroed in on two security threats to its operating systems. ‘Rootpipe’ malware is a threat to OS X as well as the Yosemite version, whereas 'wirelurker' affects iOS users who have downloaded apps from unreliable sources.

Important Historical Events of 06 November in India ⚡

1913Mohandas Gandhi was arrested while leading a march of Indian miners in South Africa.
2009Indian and Burmese come together and target a Nagaland separatist rebel base situated in the northeast of Burma.

Famous Birthdays of 06 November 😀

Birth YearDeath YearName/Category/Country
1391Edmund Mortimer / Politician / United Kingdom
1494Suleiman the Magnificent / Sultan / Turkey
1550Karin Månsdotter / Queen / Sweden
1558Thomas Kyd / Playwright / United Kingdom
1607Sigmund Theophil Staden / Composer / Germany
1692Louis Racine / Poet / France
1753Mikhail Kozlovsky / Sculptor / Russia
1753Jean-Baptiste Bréval / Composer / France
1755Stanisław Staszic / Philosopher / Poland
1814Adolphe Sax / Instrument Designer / Belgium
1833Jonas Lie / Author / Norway
1835Cesare Lombroso / Physician / Italy
1841Armand Fallières / Politician / France
1841Nelson W. Aldrich / Politician / United States of America
1851Asada Nobuoki / General / Japan
1851Charles Dow / Journalist / United States of America
1854John Philip Sousa / Composer / United States of America
1855E. S. Gosney / Philanthropist / United States of America
1861Dennis Miller Bunker / Painter / United States of America
1861James Naismith / Physician / United States of America
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