November 18 in History – What happened on 18 November in Past

✅ Published on November 18th, 2019 in November in History

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

According to Gregory calendar, on November 18, the day number in a year is 322 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 323. November 18 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 18 in History - Top Historical Events ⚡

YearEvent / Incidence / Incident
1210Otto IV, Holy Roman Emperor was excommunicated by PopeInnocent III after he commanded the Pope to annul the Concordat ofWorms.
1727Maharaja Jai ​​Singh II founded the city of Jaipur. The architect of the city was Vidyadhar Chakraborty of Bengal.
1738France and Austria signed the peace treaty.
1742Persia and Britain signed the French military agreement.
1772Peshwa Madhavrao I died and was succeeded by his younger brother Narayan Rao.
1803Battle of Verteres: Haiti forces defeated Napoleon's army led by Jean-Jacques Desalines.
1812Napoleonic Wars-During Napoleon's invasion of Russia, Marshal Michel Ney's leadership in the Battle of Krasnoi earned him the nickname'the bravest of the brave' despite the overwhelming French defeat.
1833The Jonhoven Treaty was signed between Holland and Belgium.
1865American author Mark Twain's story 'The Celebrated Jumping Frogof Calaveras County', his first great success as a writer, waspublished.
1872American suffragette Susan B. Anthony was arrested and fined$100 for having voted in the U.S. presidential election in Rochester,New York, two weeks prior.
1873Irish Home Rule Movement: The Home Government Association reorganized itself as the Home Rule League.
1874The National Women's Christian Temperance Union was organized in Cleveland.
1901The famous Indian film director V. Shantaram was born.
1918Latavia declared independence from Russia.
1928Walt Disney's Steamboat Willie, the first completely post-produced synchronized sound animated cartoon, was released.
1928For the first time, Mickey Mouse appeared on the big screen with his film Steamboat Willie.
1929Nazi al-Suwedi becomes Prime Minister of Iraq
1931The Japanese army captured the city of Kikihar.
1941Operation Flapper was terminated by British failure.
1948500 people drowned after the steamer 'Narayani' crashed near Patna, the capital of Bihar.
1956Morocco gained independence.
1963The first push-button telephone was made available to AT&T;customers.
1963The American telephone company Bell Systems brought the first phone to the world with a buttoned dialing pad.
1963The Dartford Tunnel in England was opened to the public.
1972The tiger was chosen as the national animal.
1974International Energy Agency was established.
1985Calvin and Hobbes, a comic strip by Bill Watterson that was atits height one of the most popular in the world, was first published.
1985Elmo was known as the children's TV show Sesame Street.
1987In London, an underground fire killed 31 people at King's CrossSt Pancras.
1987A fire at Kings Cross on the London Underground kills 31 people and injures another 100.
1991Croatian War of Independence-Yugoslav People's Army forcescaptured the Croatian city of Vukovar, ending an 87-day siege.
199321 political parties in South Africa accepted the new constitution, expanding the scope of voting.
1993The first meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit took place in Seattle.
2002Iraq Disarmament Crisis: A UN arms inspector led by Hanes Blix arrived in Iraq.
2003With its ruling in Goodridge v. Department of Public Health,the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court made the state the first in theU.S. to legalize same-sex marriage.
2005A number of Suicide bombings at 2 mosques in eastern Iraq kill 74 Shia parishioners whereas in Baghdad two bombs explode in cars destroying the blast wall shielding a hotel with foreign journalists.
2006It is learned that the Leonid meteor shower that takes place every year could possibly result in a a strong outburst this weekend for residents of New York and New England in the USA, and the Maritimes in Canada and in Western Europe.
2007The 2007 OPEC meeting in Saudi Arabia has been opened by the President of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez. This meeting cautions the United States against attacking Iran.
2008War crimes are conveyed in the Nord-Kivu province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo after a truce is broken and fighting recommences, leading to the death of at least 100 civilians.
2009The Government of Hong Kong reveals a new democratic political amendment plan, which includes the expansion of the Legislative Council.
2010Police find a detonator, batteries and a ticking clock in Namibia's Windhoek Airport which was going to be loaded on an aircraft leaving for Munich, Germany.
2011China's Shenzhou 8 spacecraft which was not operated by any human, successfully completed its mission and made a safe landing on Earth, landing in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region after docking twice with the Tiangong-1orbital laboratory module.
2011After receiving fresh evidence concerning the death of film star Natalie Wood the Sheriff Department of Los Angeles recommences its investigation.
2012Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tells foreign leaders Israel is ready to accept a cease fire agreement with Hamas if their rocket attacks cease. Israel launched Operation Pillar of Defense in response to rocket attacks from Gaza and is currently amassing troops in preparation for a ground incursion.
2013NASA has successfully launched, MAVENits space probe on a mission to examine the atmosphere on Mars.
2013US space agency NASA sent Maven orbit to Mars.
2014According to UNESCO, Camino Santiago of Spain, Rizal Monument in Manila, Machu Picchu of Peru, and the Dampier Archipelago of Australia the World Heritage Sites are in Danger.

Famous Birthdays of November 18 😀:

YearName / Profession / Country
1956Jim Weirich / Scientist / United States of America
1971Matthew Rodwell / Rugby Player / Australia
1961Steven Moffat / Writer / Scotland
1950Rudy Sarzo / Bass Player / Cuba
1976Matt Welsh / Swimmer / Australia
1928Salvador Laurel / Politician / Philippines
1987Yoon Park / Actor / South Korea
1971Terrance Hayes / Poet / United States of America
1902Franklin Adreon / Director / United States of America
1980François Duval / Racing Car Driver / Belgium
1928Sheila Jordan / Writer / United States of America
1882Amelita Galli-Curci / Singer / Italy
1938Jules Mikhael Al-Jamil / Bishop / Iraq
1980Minori Chihara / Actress / Japan
1960Kim Wilde / Writer / United Kingdom
1888Frances Marion / Writer / United States of America
1974Petter Solberg / Racing Car Driver / Norway
1948Andrea Marcovicci / Actress / United States of America
1909Johnny Mercer / Writer / United States of America
1980Luke Chadwick / Footballer / United Kingdom
1958Daniel Brailovsky / Footballer / Argentina
1969Sam Cassell / Basketball Player / United States of America
1960Yeşim Ustaoğlu / Producer / Turkey
1934Vassilis Vassilikos / Journalist / Greece
1945Mahinda Rajapaksa / Politician / Sri Lanka
1929Gianna D'Angelo / Educator / United States of America
1880Naum Torbov / Architect / Bulgaria
1981Nasim Pedrad / Actress / United States of America
1981Dianne dela Fuente / Actress / Philippines
1963Joost Zwagerman / Poet / Netherlands

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