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What Happened on November 9th This Day in History

Year Name
2020 Second Nagorno-Karabakh War: An armistice agreement is signed by Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia.[10]
2012 A train carrying liquid fuel crashes and bursts into flames in northern Myanmar, killing 27 people and injuring 80 others.
2012 At least 27 people are killed and dozens are wounded in conflicts between inmates and guards at Welikada prison in Colombo.
2005 The Venus Express mission of the European Space Agency is launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
2005 Suicide bombers attack three hotels in Amman, Jordan, killing at least 60 people.
2004 Firefox 1.0 is released.
2000 Uttarakhand officially becomes the 27th state of India, formed from thirteen districts of northwestern Uttar Pradesh.
1999 TAESA Flight 725 crashes after takeoff from Uruapan International Airport in Uruapan, Michoacán, Mexico, killing all 18 people on board.
1998 A U.S. federal judge, in the largest civil settlement in American history, orders 37 U.S. brokerage houses to pay US$1.03 billion to cheated NASDAQ investors to compensate for price fixing.
1998 Capital punishment in the United Kingdom, already abolished for murder, is completely abolished for all remaining capital offences.
1994 The chemical element darmstadtium is discovered.
1993 Stari Most, the "old bridge" in the Bosnian city of Mostar, built in 1566, collapses after several days of bombing by Croat forces during the Croat–Bosniak War.
1989 Cold War: Fall of the Berlin Wall: East Germany opens checkpoints in the Berlin Wall, allowing its citizens to travel to West Berlin.
1985 Garry Kasparov, 22, of the Soviet Union, becomes the youngest World Chess Champion by beating fellow Soviet Anatoly Karpov.
1979 Cold War: Nuclear false alarm: The NORAD computers and the Alternate National Military Command Center in Fort Ritchie, Maryland detected purported massive Soviet nuclear strike. After reviewing the raw data from satellites and checking the early-warning radars, the alert is cancelled.
1970 Vietnam War: The Supreme Court of the United States votes 6–3 against hearing a case to allow Massachusetts to enforce its law granting residents the right to refuse military service in an undeclared war.
1967 Apollo program: NASA launches the unmanned Apollo 4 test spacecraft, atop the first Saturn V rocket, from Florida's Cape Kennedy.
1965 Several U.S. states and parts of Canada are hit by a series of blackouts lasting up to 13 hours in the Northeast blackout of 1965.
1965 A Catholic Worker Movement member, Roger Allen LaPorte, protesting against the Vietnam War, sets himself on fire in front of the United Nations building.
1963 At a coal mine in Miike, Japan, an explosion kills 458 and hospitalises 839 with carbon monoxide poisoning.
1960 Robert McNamara is named president of the Ford Motor Company, becoming the first non-Ford family member to serve in that post. He resigns a month later to join the newly-elected John F. Kennedy administration.
1953 Cambodia gains independence from France.
1940 Warsaw is awarded the Virtuti Militari by the Polish government-in-exile.
1938 Kristallnacht occurs, instigated by the Nazis using the killing of German diplomat Ernst vom Rath by Herschel Grynszpan as justification.
1937 Second Sino-Japanese War: The Chinese Army withdraws from the Battle of Shanghai.
1935 The Committee for Industrial Organization, the precursor to the Congress of Industrial Organizations, is founded in Atlantic City, New Jersey, by eight trade unions belonging to the American Federation of Labor.
1923 In Munich, police and government troops crush the Nazi Beer Hall Putsch.
1918 Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany abdicates after the German Revolution, and Germany is proclaimed a Republic.
1917 The Balfour Declaration is published in The Times newspaper.
1914 SMS Emden is sunk by HMAS Sydney in the Battle of Cocos.
1913 The Great Lakes Storm of 1913, the most destructive natural disaster ever to hit the lakes, reaches its greatest intensity after beginning two days earlier. The storm destroys 19 ships and kills more than 250 people.
1907 The Cullinan Diamond is presented to King Edward VII on his birthday.
1906 Theodore Roosevelt is the first sitting President of the United States to make an official trip outside the country, doing so to inspect progress on the Panama Canal.
1900 Russia completes its occupation of Manchuria with 100,000 troops.
1887 The United States receives rights to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
1881 Mapuche rebels attack the fortified Chilean settlement of Temuco.
1872 The Great Boston Fire of 1872.
1867 The Tokugawa shogunate hands back power to the Emperor of Japan, starting the Meiji Restoration.
1862 American Civil War: Union General Ambrose Burnside assumes command of the Army of the Potomac, after George B. McClellan is removed.
1851 Kentucky marshals abduct abolitionist minister Calvin Fairbank from Jeffersonville, Indiana, and take him to Kentucky to stand trial for helping a slave escape.
1799 Napoleon Bonaparte leads the Coup of 18 Brumaire ending the Directory government, and becoming First Consul of the successor Consulate Government.
1791 The Dublin Society of United Irishmen is founded.
1780 American Revolutionary War: In the Battle of Fishdam Ford a force of British and Loyalist troops fail in a surprise attack against the South Carolina Patriot militia under Brigadier General Thomas Sumter.
1729 Spain, France and Great Britain sign the Treaty of Seville.
1720 The synagogue of Judah HeHasid is burned down by Arab creditors, leading to the expulsion of the Ashkenazim from Jerusalem.
1688 Glorious Revolution: William of Orange captures Exeter.
1620 Pilgrims aboard the Mayflower sight land at Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
1520 More than 50 people are sentenced and executed in the Stockholm Bloodbath.
1456 Ulrich II, Count of Celje, last ruler of the County of Cilli, is assassinated in Belgrade.
1330 At the Battle of Posada, Basarab I of Wallachia defeats the Hungarian army of Charles I Robert.
1313 Louis the Bavarian defeats his cousin Frederick I of Austria at the Battle of Gammelsdorf.
1277 The Treaty of Aberconwy, a humiliating settlement forced on Llywelyn ap Gruffudd by King Edward I of England, brings a temporary end to the Welsh Wars.
694 At the Seventeenth Council of Toledo, Egica, a king of the Visigoths of Hispania, accuses Jews of aiding Muslims, sentencing all Jews to slavery.
Famous People Born on November 9

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Year Name
1897 Ronald George Wreyford Norrish, English chemist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1978)
1939 Bryan Davies, Baron Davies of Oldham, English academic and politician
1978 Sisqó, American singer-songwriter, producer, and actor
1990 Nosa Igiebor, Nigerian footballer
1904 Viktor Brack, German SS officer (d. 1948)
1883 Edna May Oliver, American actress (d. 1942)
1879 Jenő Bory, Hungarian architect and sculptor (d. 1959)
1985 Bakary Soumaré, Malian footballer
1877 Muhammad Iqbal, Pakistani philosopher, poet, and politician (d. 1938)
1869 Marie Dressler, Canadian-American actress and singer (d. 1934)
Famous People Deaths On November 9

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Date Name
1848 Robert Blum, German poet and politician (b. 1810)
1778 Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Italian sculptor and illustrator (b. 1720)
1938 Vasily Blyukher, Russian marshal (b. 1889)
1951 Sigmund Romberg, Hungarian-American pianist and composer (b. 1887)
1766 Unico Wilhelm van Wassenaer, Dutch composer and diplomat (b. 1692)
1492 Jami, Persian poet (b. 1414)
1976 Armas Taipale, Finnish discus thrower and shot putter (b. 1890)
2004 Iris Chang, American historian, journalist, and author (b. 1968)
1952 Philip Murray, Scottish-American labor leader (b. 1886)
1623 William Camden, English historian and topographer (b. 1551)