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What Happened on November 4th This Day in History

Year Name
2015 A cargo plane crashes shortly after takeoff from Juba International Airport in Juba, South Sudan, killing at least 37 people.[5]
2015 A building collapses in the Pakistani city of Lahore resulting in at least 45 deaths and at least 100 injuries.
2010 Aero Caribbean Flight 883 crashes into Guasimal, Sancti Spíritus; all 68 passengers and crew are killed.
2010 Qantas Flight 32, an Airbus A380, suffers an uncontained engine failure over Indonesia shortly after taking off from Singapore, crippling the jet. The crew manage to safely return to Singapore, saving all 469 passengers and crew.
2008 Barack Obama becomes the first person of biracial or African-American descent to be elected as President of the United States.
2002 Chinese authorities arrest cyber-dissident He Depu for signing a pro-democracy letter to the 16th Communist Party Congress.
1995 Israel-Palestinian conflict: Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin is assassinated by an extremist Israeli.
1993 China Airlines Flight 605, a brand-new 747-400, overruns the runway at Hong Kong Kai Tak Airport.
1980 Ronald Reagan is elected as the 40th President of the United States, defeating incumbent Jimmy Carter.
1979 Iran hostage crisis: A group of Iranian college students overruns the U.S. embassy in Tehran and takes 90 hostages.
1973 The Netherlands experiences the first car-free Sunday caused by the 1973 oil crisis. Highways are used only by cyclists and roller skaters.
1970 Vietnam War: The United States turns over control of the air base at Bình Thủy in the Mekong Delta to South Vietnam.
1970 Salvador Allende takes office as President of Chile, the first Marxist to become president of a Latin American country through open elections.
1967 Iberia Flight 062 crashes in Blackdown, West Sussex, killing all 37 people on board including British actress June Thorburn.
1966 The Arno River floods Florence, Italy, to a maximum depth of 6.7 m (22 ft), leaving thousands homeless and destroying millions of masterpieces of art and rare books. Venice is also submerged on the same day at its record all-time acqua alta of 194 cm (76 in).
1962 The United States concludes Operation Fishbowl, its final above-ground nuclear weapons testing series, in anticipation of the 1963 Partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.
1960 At the Kasakela Chimpanzee Community in Tanzania, Dr. Jane Goodall observes chimpanzees creating tools, the first-ever observation in non-human animals.
1956 Soviet troops enter Hungary to end the Hungarian revolution against the Soviet Union that started on October 23. Thousands are killed, more are wounded, and nearly a quarter million leave the country.
1952 The United States government establishes the National Security Agency, or NSA.
1944 World War II: The 7th Macedonian Liberation Brigade liberates Bitola for the Allies.
1944 World War II: Operation Pheasant, an Allied offensive to liberate North Brabant in the Netherlands, ends successfully.
1942 World War II: Disobeying a direct order by Adolf Hitler, General Field Marshal Erwin Rommel begins a retreat of his forces after a costly defeat during the Second Battle of El Alamein. The retreat would ultimately last five months.
1939 World War II: U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt orders the United States Customs Service to implement the Neutrality Act of 1939, allowing cash-and-carry purchases of weapons by belligerents.
1936 Spanish Civil War: Largo Caballero reshuffles his war cabinet, persuading the anarcho-syndicalist CNT to join the government.
1924 Nellie Tayloe Ross of Wyoming becomes the first female elected as governor in the United States.
1922 In Egypt, British archaeologist Howard Carter and his men find the entrance to Tutankhamun's tomb in the Valley of the Kings.
1921 The Saalschutz Abteilung (hall defense detachment) of the Nazi Party is renamed the Sturmabteilung (storm detachment) after a large riot in Munich.
1921 Japanese Prime Minister Hara Takashi is assassinated in Tokyo.
1918 World War I: The Armistice of Villa Giusti between Italy and Austria-Hungary is implemented.
1890 City and South London Railway: London's first deep-level tube railway opens between King William Street and Stockwell.
1868 Camagüey, Cuba, revolts against Spain during the Ten Years' War.
1864 American Civil War: Confederate troops bombard a Union supply base and destroy millions of dollars in materiel at the Battle of Johnsonville.
1852 Camillo Benso, Count of Cavour, becomes the prime minister of Piedmont-Sardinia, which soon expands to become Italy.
1847 Sir James Young Simpson, a Scottish physician, discovers the anaesthetic properties of chloroform.
1839 Newport Rising: The last large-scale armed rebellion against authority in mainland Britain.
1798 The Russo-Ottoman siege of Corfu begins.
1791 Northwest Indian War: The Western Confederacy of American Indians wins a major victory over the United States in the Battle of the Wabash.
1783 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Symphony No. 36 is performed for the first time in Linz, Austria.
1780 The Rebellion of Túpac Amaru II against Spanish rule in the Viceroyalty of Peru begins.
1737 The Teatro di San Carlo, the oldest working opera house in Europe, is inaugurated in Naples, Italy.
1677 The future Mary II of England marries William, Prince of Orange; they later jointly reign as William and Mary.
1576 Eighty Years' War: In Flanders, Spain captures Antwerp (which is nearly destroyed after three days).
1501 Catherine of Aragon (later Henry VIII's first wife) meets Arthur Tudor, Henry VIII's older brother – they would later marry.
1493 Christopher Columbus reaches Leeward Island and Puerto Rico.
1429 Armagnac–Burgundian Civil War: Joan of Arc liberates Saint-Pierre-le-Moûtier.
Famous People Born on November 4

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Year Name
1953 Jacques Villeneuve, Canadian race car driver
1923 Freddy Heineken, Dutch businessman (d. 2002)
1816 Stephen Johnson Field, American lawyer and jurist 5th Chief Justice of California (d. 1899)
1932 Thomas Klestil, Austrian politician and diplomat, 10th President of Austria (d. 2004)
1961 Daron Hagen, American pianist, composer, and conductor
1575 Guido Reni, Italian painter and illustrator (d. 1642)
1912 Vadim Salmanov, Russian pianist and composer (d. 1978)
1963 Michel Therrien, Canadian ice hockey player and coach
1976 Mario Melchiot, Dutch footballer
1879 Will Rogers, American actor and screenwriter (d. 1935)
Famous People Deaths On November 4

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Date Name
2003 Charles Causley, Cornish author and poet (b. 1917)
1895 Eugene Field, American journalist, author, and poet (b. 1850)
1995 Gilles Deleuze, French philosopher and scholar (b. 1925)
2009 Hubertus Brandenburg, German bishop (b. 1923)
2017 Isabel Granada, Filipino-Spanish actress and singer (b. 1976)
1360 Elizabeth de Clare, English noblewoman (b. 1295)
1893 Pierre Tirard, Swiss-French engineer and politician, 54th Prime Minister of France (b. 1827)
1940 Arthur Rostron, English captain (b. 1869)
1652 Jean-Charles della Faille, Flemish priest and mathematician (b. 1597)
2014 Enrique Olivera, Argentinian lawyer and politician, 2nd Chief of Government of the City of Buenos Aires (b. 1940)