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What Happened on November 28th This Day in History

Year Name
2020 Over seven hundred civilians are massacred by the Ethiopian National Defense Force and Eritrean Army in Aksum, Ethiopia.
2016 A chartered Avro RJ85 plane carrying at least 77 people, including the Chapecoense football team, crashes near Medellín, Colombia.
2014 Gunmen set off three bombs at the central mosque in the northern Nigerian city of Kano killing at least 120 people.
2010 Sun Way Flight 4112 crashes after takeoff from Jinnah International Airport in Karachi, Pakistan, killing 12 people.
2002 Suicide bombers blow up an Israeli-owned hotel in Mombasa, Kenya; their colleagues fail in their attempt to bring down Arkia Israel Airlines Flight 582 with surface-to-air missiles.
1991 South Ossetia declares independence from Georgia.
1990 British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher resigns as leader of the Conservative Party and, therefore, as Prime Minister. She is succeeded in both positions by John Major.
1989 Cold War: Velvet Revolution: In the face of protests, the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia announces it will give up its monopoly on political power.
1987 South African Airways Flight 295 crashes into the Indian Ocean, killing all 159 people on board.
1980 Iran–Iraq War: Operation Morvarid: The bulk of the Iraqi Navy is destroyed by the Iranian Navy in the Persian Gulf. (Commemorated in Iran as Navy Day.)
1979 Air New Zealand Flight 901, a DC-10 sightseeing flight over Antarctica, crashes into Mount Erebus, killing all 257 people on board.
1975 East Timor declares its independence from Portugal.
1972 Last executions in Paris: Claude Buffet and Roger Bontems are guillotined at La Santé Prison.
1971 Fred Quilt, a leader of the Tsilhqot'in First Nation suffers severe abdominal injuries allegedly caused by Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers; he dies two days later.
1971 Wasfi al-Tal, Prime Minister of Jordan, is assassinated by the Black September unit of the Palestine Liberation Organization.
1967 The first pulsar (PSR B1919+21, in the constellation of Vulpecula) is discovered by two astronomers Jocelyn Bell Burnell and Antony Hewish.
1966 Michel Micombero overthrows the monarchy of Burundi and makes himself the first president.
1965 Vietnam War: In response to U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson's call for "more flags" in Vietnam, Philippine President-elect Ferdinand Marcos announces he will send troops to help fight in South Vietnam.
1964 Mariner program: NASA launches the Mariner 4 probe toward Mars.
1964 Vietnam War: National Security Council members agree to recommend that U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson adopt a plan for a two-stage escalation of bombing in North Vietnam.
1960 Mauritania becomes independent of France.
1958 Chad, the Republic of the Congo, and Gabon become autonomous republics within the French Community.
1958 First successful flight of SM-65 Atlas; the first operational intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), developed by the United States and the first member of the Atlas rocket family.
1943 World War II: Tehran Conference: U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin meet in Tehran, Iran, to discuss war strategy.
1942 In Boston, Massachusetts, a fire in the Cocoanut Grove nightclub kills 492 people.
1925 The Grand Ole Opry begins broadcasting in Nashville, Tennessee, as the WSM Barn Dance.
1920 FIDAC (The Interallied Federation of War Veterans Organisations), the first international organization of war veterans is established in Paris, France.
1920 Irish War of Independence: Kilmichael Ambush: The Irish Republican Army ambush a convoy of British Auxiliaries and kill seventeen.
1919 Lady Astor is elected as a Member of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. She is the first woman to sit in the House of Commons. (Countess Markievicz, the first to be elected, refused to sit.)
1918 The Soviet Forces moved against Estonia when the 6th Red Rifle Division struck the border town of Narva, which marked the beginning of the Estonian War of Independence.
1917 The Estonian Provincial Assembly declares itself the sovereign power of Estonia.
1914 World War I: Following a war-induced closure in July, the New York Stock Exchange re-opens for bond trading.
1912 Albania declares its independence from the Ottoman Empire.
1908 A mine explosion in Marianna, Pennsylvania, kills 154 men, leaving only one survivor.
1905 Irish nationalist Arthur Griffith founds Sinn Féin as a political party with the main aim of establishing a dual monarchy in Ireland.
1899 The Second Boer War: A British column is engaged by Boer forces at the Battle of Modder River; although the Boers withdraw, the British suffer heavy casualties.
1895 The first American automobile race takes place over the 54 miles from Chicago's Jackson Park to Evanston, Illinois. Frank Duryea wins in approximately 10 hours.
1893 Women's suffrage in New Zealand concludes with the 1893 New Zealand general election.
1885 Bulgarian victory in the Serbo-Bulgarian War preserves the Unification of Bulgaria.
1862 American Civil War: In the Battle of Cane Hill, Union troops under General James G. Blunt defeat General John Marmaduke's Confederates.
1861 American Civil War: The Confederate States of America accept a rival state government's pronouncement that declares Missouri to be the 12th state of the Confederacy.
1843 Ka Lā Hui (Hawaiian Independence Day): The Kingdom of Hawaii is officially recognized by the United Kingdom and France as an independent nation.
1821 Panama Independence Day: Panama separates from Spain and joins Gran Colombia.
1814 The Times of London becomes the first newspaper to be produced on a steam-powered printing press, built by the German team of Koenig & Bauer.
1811 Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-flat major, Op. 73, premieres at the Gewandhaus in Leipzig.
1798 Trade between the United States and modern-day Uruguay begins when John Leamy's frigate John arrives in Montevideo.
1785 The first Treaty of Hopewell is signed, by which the United States acknowledges Cherokee lands in what is now East Tennessee.
1666 At least 3,000 men of the Royal Scots Army led by Tam Dalyell of the Binns defeat about 900 Covenanter insurgents led by James Wallace of Auchens in the Battle of Rullion Green.
1660 At Gresham College, twelve men, including Christopher Wren, Robert Boyle, John Wilkins, and Sir Robert Moray decide to found what is later known as the Royal Society.
1627 The Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth Navy has its greatest and last naval victory in the Battle of Oliwa.
1582 In Stratford-upon-Avon, William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway pay a £40 (equivalent to £12,261 in 2021) bond in lieu of posting wedding banns, which enables them to marry immediately.
1520 After 38 days, an expedition under the command of Ferdinand Magellan completes the first passage through the Strait of Magellan and enters the Pacific Ocean.
1470 Champa–Đại Việt War: Emperor Lê Thánh Tông of Đại Việt formally launches his attack against Champa.
1443 Skanderbeg and his forces liberate Kruja in central Albania and raise the Albanian flag.
936 Shi Jingtang is enthroned as the first emperor of the Later Jin by Emperor Taizong of Liao, following a revolt against Emperor Fei of Later Tang.
587 Treaty of Andelot: King Guntram of Burgundy recognizes Childebert II as his heir.
Famous People Born on November 28

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Year Name
1896 Dawn Powell, American author and playwright (d. 1965)
1974 András Tölcséres, Hungarian footballer and manager
1898 İhap Hulusi Görey, Turkish graphic artist (d. 1986)
1984 Andrew Bogut, Australian basketball player
1990 Dedryck Boyata, Belgian footballer
1960 Jorge Domecq, Spanish lawyer and diplomat
1977 Acer Nethercott, English rower (d. 2013)
1975 Takashi Shimoda, Japanese footballer
1923 Helen Delich Bentley, American politician (d. 2016)
1953 Helen De Michiel, American director and producer
Famous People Deaths On November 28

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Date Name
1960 Dirk Jan de Geer, Dutch lawyer and politician, Prime Minister of the Netherlands (b. 1870)
1983 Christopher George, American actor (b. 1929)
1499 Edward Plantagenet, 17th Earl of Warwick (b. 1475)
1917 Mikelis Avlichos, Greek poet and scholar (b. 1844)
1878 Orson Hyde, American religious leader, 3rd President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles (b. 1805)
1997 Georges Marchal, French actor (b. 1920)
1794 Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben, Prussian-American general (b. 1730)
1947 Philippe Leclerc de Hauteclocque, French general (b. 1902)
1317 Yishan Yining, Zen monk and writer from China who taught in Japan (b. 1247)
1785 William Whipple, American general and politician (b. 1730)