November 14 in History – What happened on 14 November in Past

✅ Published on November 14th, 2019 in November in History

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

According to Gregory calendar, on November 14, the day number in a year is 318 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 319. November 14 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 14 in History - Top Historical Events ⚡

YearEvent / Incidence / Incident
1533Spanish explorers located Ecuador in the northwest of South America and incorporated it into their colony.
1732The first professional librarian in North America, Louis Timothy, was hired in Philadelphia.
1794The first recording meeting of the Franklin Literary Society was held at the Canonsburg Academy of Modern Washington and Jefferson College).
1834William Thomson entered the University of Glasgow after 10 years and 4 months.
1881Charles J. Guiteu prosecuted for the assassination of US President Garfield.
1883The Congress of Chile established the National Library.
1889India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was born in Allahabad.
1896Started power plant operation in Niagara Falls.
1908Albert Einstein introduced quantum theory of light.
1910Aviator Eugene Burton Ely performed the first takeoff from aship, flying from a makeshift deck on the USS Birmingham in HamptonRoads, Virginia, US.
1918The Republic of Czechoslovakia was established and TG Masric became President.
1920The first concert of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra began.
1921The Communist Party of Spain was established.
1922The term of German Reich Chancellor Joseph Wirth ended.
1923Kentaro Suzuki completed the ascent of Mount Lezuna.
19377 people were killed and many were injured in a bombing in Jerusalem city.
1940Second World War-Coventry Cathedral and much of the citycentre of Coventry, England, were destroyed by the German Luftwaffeduring the Coventry Blitz.
1941Second World War-After suffering torpedo damage the previousday, the British aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal (91) sank as she was being towed to Gibraltar for repairs.
1952Al Martino's 'Here in My Heart' became the first song to belisted at the top of the UK Singles Chart.
1953U.S. President Eisenhower called in a speech to Canadian Parliament. The objective of this was to address the making of a U.S.-Canadian preventive alliance against Russia since it was reported that Russia might attack with atomic weapons.
1955Employees' State Insurance Corporation ESIC) was inaugurated.
1957Children's Day was officially announced on the occasion of the birthday of the first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.
1960110 people died in two rail collisions in the Czech Republic.
1968Yale University decided to allow women to enter the school.
1970Southern Airways Flight 932, chartered by the MarshallUniversity football team, crashed into a hill near Ceredo, WestVirginia, US, killing all 75 people on board.
1972The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 1,000 (1,003.16) for the first time.
1973The value of gold decreased severely on the London market due to which investors lost millions of dollars. This happened in response to the decision made by the United States and Europe to abolish the two-tier standard of gold.
1975With the signing of the Madrid Accords, Spain agreed towithdraw its presence from the territory of Spanish Sahara.
1979After terminating the import of oil from Iran to the United States, President Jimmy Carter then releases Executive order 12170 that restrains all Iranian assets in the United States in retort to the hostage crisis.
1984Cesar Climaco, mayor of Zamboanga City, the Philippines, was assassinated by an unknown gunman.
1984NASA launches NATO 3D satellite.
1985A volcanic eruption in Colombia buried an entire town of people along with three villages. It was reported that approximately 20,000 lives were lost.
1991America is demanding that Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi hand over Libyan intelligence officers indicted in the US on 193 charges over the Pan Am flight 103 Lockerbie bombing in December 1988.
1995As a result of budget conflicts between President Bill Clintonand the United States Congress led by Newt Gingrich, the federalgovernment was forced to shut down non-essential services.
2001War in Afghanistan: Afghan Northern Alliance fighters capture the capital Kabul.
2003Astronomers Michael E. Brown, Chad Trujillo, and David L.Rabinowitz discovered the trans-Neptunian object 90377 Sedna.
2005The diplomatic sanctions for Uzbekistan have been renewed by the United Nations, which were breached constantly by the governments of Britain and Germany. These sanctions ban the sale of artillery and visits from EU officials to Uzbekistan or vice versa.
2007Denmark's Prime Minister André Fag Rasmussen took charge of the country for the third consecutive time.
2008France, the European Union and Russia mutually agree to abstain from deploying missiles or missile defense systems till mid-2009 at a Summit in Nice. A pan-European security framework is discussed between Russia, the United States and the EU.
2008The original impact probe landed on the surface of the moon.
200915 coaches of the Mandore Superfast Express derailed near the Banskho gate in Jaipur, killing 6 passengers.
2010Red Bull Racing's Sebastian Vettel won the Drivers'Championship after winning the final race of the season to become theyoungest Formula One champion ever.
2011Two men who were accused of Stephen Lawrence’s murder in 2003 are being tried at London’s Old Bailey.
2012The death of a pregnant woman from septicemia in an Irish hospital provokes international rage, objections and conviction. University College Hospital Galway rejected several appeals from Savita Halappanavar and her family for an abortion on the grounds that "this is a Catholic country."
2013Benigno Aquino III, the President of Philippines is critiqued by survivors, aid agencies, and international and local media for his incompetent response to the calamity.
2014According to reports from the World Health Organization death toll in the three worst affected countries in West Africa - Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone - has crossed 5,000



Famous Birthdays of November 14 😀:

YearName / Profession / Country
1972Dariusz Żuraw / Footballer / Poland
1979Mavie Hörbiger / Actress / Germany
1961D. B. Sweeney / Actor / United States of America
1993Hymel Hunt / Rugby Player / New Zealand
1889Pandit jawaharlal nehru / Politician / India
1803Jacob Abbott / Author / United States of America
1982Boosie Badazz / Rapper / United States of America
1990Tereza Mrdeža / Tennis Player / Croatia
1960Tom Judson / Actor / United States of America
1989Jake Livermore / Footballer / United Kingdom
1972Matt Bloom / Wrestler / United States of America
1947Bharathan / Writer / India
1952Johnny A. / Writer / United States of America
1979Miguel Sabah / Footballer / Mexico
1954Bernard Hinault / Cyclist / France
1828James B. McPherson / General / United States of America
1922Boutros Boutros-Ghali / Politician / Egypt
1907William Steig / Author / United States of America
1990Roman Bürki / Footballer / Switzerland
1972Aaron Taylor / Footballer / United States of America
1979Carl Hayman / Rugby Player / New Zealand
1956Valerie Jarrett / Government Official / United States of America
1988Nanase Hoshii / Actress / Japan
1905John Henry Barbee / Singer / United States of America
1925Stirling Colgate / Academic / United States of America
1993Shūhei Nomura / Actor / Japan
1983Naqqash Tahir / Cricketer / United Kingdom
1856Madeleine Lemoyne Ellicott / Activist / United States of America
1949James Young / Writer / United States of America
1979Pushkar Lele / Singer / India

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