November 15 in History – What happened on 15 November in Past

✅ Published on November 15th, 2019 in November in History

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

According to Gregory calendar, on November 15, the day number in a year is 319 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 320. November 15 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 15 in History - Top Historical Events ⚡

YearEvent / Incidence / Incident
655Penda of Mercia was defeated by Oswiu of Northumbria at theBattle of the Winwaed in modern-day Yorkshire, England.
1315A 1,500-strong force from the Swiss Confederacy ambushed agroup of Austrian soldiers of the Holy Roman Empire on the shores ofLake Ägerisee in Switzerland.
1630The famous German astronomer Yuhan Kepler died at the age of 59. The Kepler law about the movement of satellites and the discovery of an orbital orbit by Mars in its orbit is the result of their study.
1688Prince William of Orange landed at Brixham in Devon, on his way to depose his uncle and father-in-law King James II, the last Catholic monarch of England.
1777The Confederation article was adopted by the Continental Congress.
1808Mahmud II 1808–1839) Mustafa IV 1807–1808) was chosen as the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire.
1830Social reformer Raja Ram Mohan Roy left for England.
1859Sponsored by businessman Evangelos Zappas, the first modernrevival of the Olympic Games took place in Athens, Greece.
1859The first Zappa Olympics were started in Greece.
1864American Civil War-Union Army General William T. Sherman beganhis 'March to the Sea', inflicting significant damage to property andinfrastructure on his way from Atlanta to Savannah, Georgia.
1884The conference began in Berlin, the capital of Germany, to distribute colonies to European countries in the continent of Africa.
1889Brazilian Emperor Pedro II was overthrown in a coup led byDeodoro da Fonseca, and Brazil was proclaimed a republic.
1902The Hanoi Exhibition was established in Hanoi City, Vietnam.
1905King Camp Gillette was patented by the US Patent Office for Safety Razor. In this way, for the first time in front of the world came a two-edged shaving blade.
1920The first meeting of the League of Nations took place in Geneva, Switzerland.
1922While working in China, bandits reportedly kidnapped Reverend Bord Breen, an American Lutheran Missionary who was living in the province of Honan. Another American was also announced to being held hostage.
1935The Commonwealth of the Philippines was officially established,with Manuel L. Quezon inaugurated as its president.
1935The United States and Canada signed a mutual trade agreement.
1939The Battle of South Guwanxi began.
1943As per orders passed by Heinrich Himmler, all Gypsies along with those of mixed Gypsy blood should be placed in concentration along with the Jews.
1943The Holocaust-Heinrich Himmler ordered that Romanies were tobe put 'on the same level as Jews and placed in concentration camps'.
1948Louis Stephen Saint Laurent became the 12th Prime Minister of Canada.
1955The trade agreement was signed between Poland and Yugoslavia.
1956Middle East Technical University was established in Ankara, Turkey.
1959Two men murdered a family in Holcomb, Kansas, US; the eventsbecame the subject of Truman Capote's non-fiction novel In Cold Blood, apioneering work of the true crime genre.
1961The United Nations prohibits nuclear weapons.
1968Russia which is popularly known for its vodka, had to turn to the U.S., for supplies of this alcohol due to the shortage faced. However the embarrassing thing was that Soviet Premier Khrushchev had recently boasted about how Russia’s Vodka was much better.
1968Vietnam War-American forces launched Operation Commando Hunt,a large-scale bombing campaign to prevent the People's Army of (North)Vietnam from transporting personnel and supplies along the Ho Chi Minhtrail.
1971World's first commercial complete central processing unit (CPU) on one chip "a single-chip microprocessor" the 4004 has been unveiled by Intel.
1971Intel launched the world's first single chip microprocessor \ 'Intel 4004 \'.
1971Intel released Intel 4004, the world's first microprocessor.
1973The daughter of a restaurant owner in Germany was kidnapped but returned unhurt after a ransom of over one million dollars was paid to release her.
1978A plane carrying from Mecca to Indonesia succumbed to an accident in Sri Lanka. In which 183 people died.
1983Turkish Cypriots on the northeastern portion of Cyprus declaredthe creation of a new state known as the Turkish Republic of NorthernCyprus, which currently remains recognised only by Turkey.
1985A volcanic eruption in the Columbian city of Armero consumed the lives of approximately 20,000 people out of a population of 50000. Military aid and Red Cross members were sent with emergency supplies to help the victims.
1986India's top female tennis player Sania Mirza was born in Mumbai city of Maharashtra state.
1988The Soviet Buran spacecraft, a reusable vehicle built inresponse to NASA's Space Shuttle program, was launched, unmanned, on herfirst and only space flight.
1988PLO leader Yasser Arafat proclaimed the creation of the Stateof Palestine as 'the state of Palestinians wherever they may be'.
1989Former veteran Indian player Sachin Tendulkar made his Test debut against Pakistan. He played the last Test on 14 November 2013 against the West Indies.
2000Jharkhand became the 28th state of India.
2005A bomb explosion outside a KFC outlet in Karachi, Pakistan killed at least 3 people and wounded around 8 others.
2006During the first peace talks between the countries, India and Pakistan have decided to set up a team to fight terrorism. Nevertheless, there has been no improvement in the main dispute that concerns Kashmir.
2007Originating from the Bay of Bengal, Category 4 Cyclone Sidr moves towards the coastal districts of Bangladesh, forcing thousands of people to evacuate.
2009Colombia reveals its decision of releasing four imprisoned members of the Venezuelan National Guard who were detained on Colombian territory.
2012After ten years as General Secretary of the Communist Party ofChina Hu Jintao stepped down and was replaced by Xi Jinping.



Famous Birthdays of November 15 😀:

YearName / Profession / Country
1952Randy Savage / Wrestler / United States of America
1556Jacques Davy Duperron / Cardinal / France
1982Lofa Tatupu / Footballer / United States of America
1940Hank Wangford / Writer / United Kingdom
1945Roger Donaldson / Producer / Australia
1915V. R. Krishna Iyer / Judge / India
1968Ol' Dirty Bastard / Producer / United States of America
1976Brandon DiCamillo / Actor / United States of America
1960Dawn Airey / Broadcaster / United Kingdom
1947Bill Richardson / Politician / United States of America
1922Francis Brunn / Juggler / Germany
1930Olene Walker / Politician / United States of America
1982Benjamin Krause / Rugby Player / Germany
1932Alvin Plantinga / Author / United States of America
1967Wayne Harrison / Footballer / United Kingdom
1986Sania Mirza / Tennis Player / India
1985Charron Fisher / Basketball Player / United States of America
1971Martin Pieckenhagen / Footballer / Germany
1881Franklin Pierce Adams / Author / United States of America
1890Richmal Crompton / Author / United Kingdom
1985Simon Spender / Footballer / United Kingdom
1906Curtis LeMay / Politician / United States of America
1968Uwe Rösler / Footballer / Germany
1924Gianni Ferrio / Composer / Italy
1964Tiit Sokk / Basketball Player / Estonia
1973Sydney Tamiia Poitier / Actress / United States of America
1946Vassilis Goumas / Basketball Player / Greece
1982Joe Kowalewski / Footballer / United States of America
1950Egon Vaupel / Politician / Germany
1912Yi Wu / Colonel / Japan

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