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What Happened on November 7th This Day in History

Year Name
2020 Joe Biden is elected the 46th president of the United States.
2017 Shamshad TV is attacked by armed gunmen and suicide bombers, with a security guard killed and 20 people wounded; ISIS claims responsibility for the attack.
2012 An earthquake off the Pacific coast of Guatemala kills at least 52 people.
2007 The Jokela school shooting in Jokela, Tuusula, Finland, takes place, resulting in the death of nine people.
2004 Iraq War: The interim government of Iraq calls for a 60-day state of emergency as U.S. forces storm the insurgent stronghold of Fallujah.
2000 The controversial US presidential election is later resolved in the Bush v. Gore Supreme Court case, electing George W. Bush as the 43rd President of the United States.
2000 The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration discovers one of the country's largest LSD labs inside a converted military missile silo in Wamego, Kansas.
1996 NASA launches the Mars Global Surveyor.
1996 ADC Airlines Flight 086 crashes on approach to Murtala Muhammed International Airport, in Lagos, Nigeria, killing all 144 people on board.
1994 WXYC, the student radio station of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, launches the world's first internet radio broadcast.
1991 Magic Johnson announces that he is HIV-positive and retires from the NBA.
1990 Mary Robinson becomes the first woman to be elected President of the Republic of Ireland.
1989 Douglas Wilder wins the governor's seat in Virginia, becoming the first elected African American governor in the United States.
1989 David Dinkins becomes the first African American to be elected Mayor of New York City.
1989 East German Prime Minister Willi Stoph, along with his entire cabinet, is forced to resign after huge anti-government protests.
1987 In Tunisia, president Habib Bourguiba is overthrown and replaced by Prime Minister Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
1987 The Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system in Singapore opens for passenger service.
1983 United States Senate bombing: A bomb explodes inside the United States Capitol. No one is injured, but an estimated $250,000 in damage is caused.
1983 Cold War: The command post exercise Able Archer 83 begins, eventually leading to the Soviet Union to place air units in East Germany and Poland on alert, for fear that NATO was preparing for war[5]
1975 In Bangladesh, a joint force of people and soldiers takes part in an uprising led by Colonel Abu Taher that ousts and kills Brigadier Khaled Mosharraf, freeing the then house-arrested army chief and future president Maj-Gen. Ziaur Rahman.
1973 The United States Congress overrides President Richard Nixon's veto of the War Powers Resolution, which limits presidential power to wage war without congressional approval.
1972 United States presidential election: U.S. President Richard Nixon is re-elected in the largest landslide victory at the time.
1967 Carl B. Stokes is elected as Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio, becoming the first African American mayor of a major American city.
1967 US President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967, establishing the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
1957 Cold War: The Gaither Report calls for more American missiles and fallout shelters.
1956 Suez Crisis: The United Nations General Assembly adopts a resolution calling for the United Kingdom, France and Israel to immediately withdraw their troops from Egypt.
1956 Hungarian Revolution: János Kádár returns to Budapest in a Soviet armored convoy, officially taking office as the next Hungarian leader. By this point, most armed resistance has been defeated.
1949 The first oil was taken in Oil Rocks (Neft Daşları), the world's oldest offshore oil platform.
1944 Soviet spy Richard Sorge, a half-Russian, half-German World War I veteran, is hanged by his Japanese captors along with 34 of his ring.
1944 Franklin D. Roosevelt is elected for a record fourth term as President of the United States.
1941 World War II: Soviet hospital ship Armenia is sunk by German planes while evacuating refugees and wounded military and staff of several Crimean hospitals. It is estimated that over 5,000 people died in the sinking.
1940 In Tacoma, Washington, the original Tacoma Narrows Bridge collapses in a windstorm, a mere four months after the bridge's completion.
1936 Spanish Civil War: The Madrid Defense Council is formed to coordinate the Defense of Madrid against nationalist forces.
1933 Fiorello H. La Guardia is elected the 99th mayor of New York City.
1931 The Chinese Soviet Republic is proclaimed on the anniversary of the October Revolution.
1929 In New York City, the Museum of Modern Art opens to the public.
1920 Patriarch Tikhon of Moscow issues a decree that leads to the formation of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia.
1919 The first Palmer Raid is conducted on the second anniversary of the Russian Revolution. Over 10,000 suspected communists and anarchists are arrested in 23 U.S. cities.
1918 The 1918 influenza epidemic spreads to Western Samoa, killing 7,542 (about 20% of the population) by the end of the year.
1918 Kurt Eisner overthrows the Wittelsbach dynasty in the Kingdom of Bavaria.
1917 The October Revolution, which gets its name from the Julian calendar date of 25 October, occurs, according to the Gregorian calendar; on this date, the Bolsheviks storm the Winter Palace.
1917 World War I: The Third Battle of Gaza ends, with British forces capturing Gaza from the Ottoman Empire.
1916 Jeannette Rankin is the first woman elected to the United States Congress.
1916 Woodrow Wilson is reelected as President of the United States.
1916 Boston Elevated Railway Company's streetcar No. 393 smashes through the warning gates of the open Summer Street drawbridge in Boston, Massachusetts, plunging into the frigid waters of Fort Point Channel, killing 46 people.
1914 The German colony of Kiaochow Bay and its centre at Tsingtao are captured by Japanese forces.
1913 The first day of the Great Lakes Storm of 1913, a massive blizzard that ultimately killed 250 and caused over $5 million (about $118,098,000 in 2013 dollars) damage. Winds reach hurricane force on this date.
1912 The Deutsche Opernhaus (now Deutsche Oper Berlin) opens in the Berlin neighborhood of Charlottenburg, with a production of Beethoven's Fidelio.
1910 The first air freight shipment (from Dayton, Ohio, to Columbus, Ohio) is undertaken by the Wright brothers and department store owner Max Morehouse.
1907 Jesús García saves the entire town of Nacozari de García by driving a burning train full of dynamite six kilometres (3.7 miles) away before it can explode.
1900 Second Boer War: The Battle of Leliefontein takes place, during which the Royal Canadian Dragoons win three Victoria Crosses.
1900 The People's Party is founded in Cuba.
1893 Women's suffrage: Women in the U.S. state of Colorado are granted the right to vote, the second state to do so.
1885 The completion of Canada's first transcontinental railway is symbolized by the Last Spike ceremony at Craigellachie, British Columbia.
1881 Mapuche uprising of 1881: Mapuche rebels destroy the Chilean settlement of Nueva Imperial after defenders fled to the hills.
1874 A cartoon by Thomas Nast in Harper's Weekly, is considered the first important use of an elephant as a symbol for the United States Republican Party.
1861 American Civil War: Battle of Belmont: In Belmont, Missouri, Union forces led by General Ulysses S. Grant overrun a Confederate camp but are forced to retreat when Confederate reinforcements arrive.
1861 The first Melbourne Cup horse race is held in Melbourne, Australia.
1837 In Alton, Illinois, abolitionist printer Elijah P. Lovejoy is shot dead by a mob while attempting to protect his printing shop from being destroyed a third time.
1811 Tecumseh's War: The Battle of Tippecanoe is fought near present-day Battle Ground, Indiana, United States.
1786 The oldest musical organization in the United States is founded as the Stoughton Musical Society.
1775 John Murray, the Royal Governor of the Colony of Virginia, starts the first mass emancipation of slaves in North America by issuing Lord Dunmore's Offer of Emancipation, which offers freedom to slaves who abandoned their colonial masters to fight with Murray and the British.
1665 The London Gazette, the oldest surviving journal, is first published.
1619 Elizabeth Stuart is crowned Queen of Bohemia.
1504 Christopher Columbus returns from his fourth and last voyage.
1492 The Ensisheim meteorite, the oldest meteorite with a known date of impact, strikes the Earth around noon in a wheat field outside the village of Ensisheim, Alsace, France.
1426 Lam Sơn uprising: Lam Sơn rebels emerge victorious against the Ming army in the Battle of Tốt Động – Chúc Động taking place in Đông Quan, in now Hanoi.
921 Treaty of Bonn: The Frankish kings Charles the Simple and Henry the Fowler sign a peace treaty or 'pact of friendship' (amicitia) to recognize their borders along the Rhine.
680 The Sixth Ecumenical Council commences in Constantinople.
335 Athanasius is banished to Trier, on the charge that he prevented a grain fleet from sailing to Constantinople.
Famous People Born on November 7

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Year Name
1948 Stephen Green, Baron Green of Hurstpierpoint, English businessman and politician
1978 Rio Ferdinand, English footballer
1953 Lucinda Green, English equestrian and journalist
1947 Bob Anderson, English darts player
1960 Shyamaprasad, Indian filmmaker
1967 David Guetta, French DJ, record producer, remixer, and songwriter
1938 Jake Gibbs, American baseball player and coach
1923 Gene Callahan, American art director and production designer (d. 1990)
1979 Barney Harwood, English television host and actor
1962 Tracie Savage, American actress and journalist
Famous People Deaths On November 7

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Date Name
1941 Frank Pick, English lawyer and businessman (b. 1878)
1994 Shorty Rogers, American trumpet player and composer (b. 1924)
1862 Bahadur Shah II, Mughal emperor (b. 1775)
1966 Rube Bressler, American baseball player (b. 1894)
2016 Leonard Cohen, Canadian singer-songwriter and poet (b. 1934)
1930 Ōkido Moriemon, Japanese sumo wrestler, the 23rd Yokozuna (b. 1878)
2017 Roy Halladay, American baseball player (b. 1977)
1642 Henry Montagu, 1st Earl of Manchester, English judge and politician, Lord High Treasurer of The United Kingdom (b. 1563)
1639 Thomas Arundell, 1st Baron Arundell of Wardour, English politician (b. 1560)
1974 Eric Linklater, Welsh-Scottish author and academic (b. 1899)