According to Gregory calendar, on November 11, the day number in a year is 316 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 317. November 11 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 11 November in the World ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1208Otto van Wittelsbash was elected King of Germany.
1620May Phool Compact, Plymouth Colony's first governing documents, were signed by 41 of the May Flower Spills.
1675The German Polymath Gotfred Leibniz for the first time employed an integral calculus to find the area under the graph of the ceremony.
1724Joseph Blake alias Bluesin in London), the highwayman was hanged.
1725George Frederick Handel's opera "Temerleno" premiered in London.
1745Charles Edward Stuart aka Bonnie Prince Charlie's army entered England.
1750F.H.C. The society, also known as the Flat Hat Club, was built in Rale Tavern, Williamsburg, Virginia. It was the first college fraternity.
1752Therese Michelity Academy opened in Vienna
1765Nasser Napes, a French chemist and father of modern photography, was born. He was the first to succeed in taking photographs.
1778The American revolutionary war-British army and their armymen attacked a fort in New York and the village in the Cherry Valley, killing 14 soldiers and 30 civilians.
1790Chrysanthemums were introduced from China into England.
1813The War of 1812-a British-Canadian force rejected an American attack in the Battle of Chrysler's farm, forcing the latter to leave their attempt to capture Montreal.
1818Later renamed Ying Wa College) at the Anglo-Chinese College Malacca by Robert Morrison.
1836Chile declared war on Bolivia and Peru.
1839The Virginia Military Institute was established in Lexington, Virginia.
1839Virginia Military Institute, is currently the oldest state military college in the United States.
1852The new Palace of Westminster opened in London.
1865Thomas Robertson's "Society" premiered in London.
1880Australian bank robber Bushringer Ned Kelly was hanged in Melbourne.
1888Freedom fighter Maulana Abul Kalam Azad was born in Saudi Arabia.
1889Washington was declared the 42nd province of the United States.
1889Washington, who was first nominated in honor of the US President, was admitted to the United States as the 42nd state.
1918J józef Pilsudski was appointed as Commander of Polishforce by the Regency Council and was tasked to form a national government for the new independent country.
1926The scheme for the United States number highway system was approved by the American Association of State Highway officials.
1930Albert Einstein was granted a patent for the invention of the 'Einstein Refrigerator'.
1934The Shrine of Reimbursement is a memorial for all Australians who have served in the war, opened in Melbourne.
1938Izmat Inou became the second President of Turkey.
1940The Second World War-German Assistant Cruiser Atlantis captured the top secret documents of SS Automedon, which would later affect Japan's decision to enter the war.
1942Second World War-The Alli defeated Axis in the second war of Egypt's Almin, ending the Axis Axis of Suez Canal and replaced the tide in the North African campaign and thus gained access to Eastmade Eastern Oil Area.
1953Cambridge University identified and photographed the polio virus for the first time.
1960After an attempt of the army's coup against Vietnam President Nago Dinh Dim, Diem was crushed after promising wrongly corrections, saving him by the loyalists.
1965The southern Rhodesia led by Prime Minister Ian Smith declared a one -sided from the United Kingdom and became Rhodesia.
1973The first international stamp exhibition started in New Delhi.
1975During a constitutional crisis in Australia, Governor-General John Carr dismissed the government of Prime Minister Gough Witham and dissolved the Parliament for double disruption election.
1982A gas explosion at Israel's military headquarters killed 60 people.
1985The first AIDS-themed TV film 'An Early Frost' was screened in the US.
1992Women were allowed to become priests to vote for the Church of England.
1999The House of Lord's Act was given royal approval, removing most of the hereditary comrades from the British House of Lords.
2000155 died due to fire in a cable car at Alpine Tunnel in Kaphoon, Austria.
2005Saudi Arabia has finally been accepted as a member of the World Trade Organization after twelve years of discussion and talks.
2006Somalia's Islamist leaders have agreed to interact with the transitional government to avoid conflict.
2007According to a survey, a large number of French citizens will easily support a union with the Valonia region of the French-speaking Belgium if combination is present.
2008The discovery of the 4300 -year -old pyramid, which was by Queen Seshet, has been announced by Zahi Hawas, who is the ancient head of Egypt.
2009Brazilian officials tried to investigate the reason behind the large -scale power cuts. The issue affected the Brazilian population as well as the fifth of the neighboring Paraguay.
2010Somali pirates in Horn of Africa have captured a Paman-Divasic Chemical Tanker.
2011The Gold Coast in Queens Land has been selected to organize the 2018 Commonwealth Games ahead of Hambantota in Sri Lanka.
2012The Iranian Parliament has not yet reached the bottom of the death of the ruling blogger Sattarbesheti, who is in police custody.
2013100 people died after being hit by a severe cyclonic storm in Puntland region of Somalia.
2013The Philippines are being provided with international help to help them deal with typhoon damage effectively.
201458 people died in a bus accident in Pakistan's Sakhar province.
2014In South Korea, 15 colleagues of the MV Sevol crew have been condemned for criminal negligence. The captain has been sentenced to 36 years while the chief engineers have been sentenced to 30 years.

Important Historical Events of 11 November in India ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1778Iroquois Indians killed 40 people in the Cherry Valley Massacre in New York.

Important Days of 11 November National & International Days 🏁

Day/ObservanceLevel
National Education DayNational Day
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad BirthdayNational Day
Angola Independence DayNational Day
Poland Independence Day (Święto Niepodległości)National Day

Famous People's Birthdays on 11 November 😀

Birth YearName/Category/Country
1888Maulana Abul Kalam Azad / Politician / Saudi Arab
1888Abul Kalam Azad / Activist / India
1888Abul Kalam Muhiyuddin Ahmed Azad / Politician / India
1888J. B. Kripalani / Politician / India
1888Jivatram Bhagwandas Kripalani / Lawyer / India
1888Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad / Politician / India
1888Maulana Abul Kalam Azad / Politician / India
1924Indraprasad Gordhanbhai Patel / Civil Servant / India
1924Sunderlal Patwa / Politician / India
1926Johnny Walker / Actor / India
1939Ravindra Kalia / Author / India
1943Anil Kakodkar / Scientist / India
1950Neiphiu Rio / Politician / India
1966Arif Zakaria / Actor / India
1985Robin Uthappa / Cricketer / India
1987Nachiket Dighe / Actor / India
1992Disha Parmar / Actress / India

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