November 11th in History
On November 11, 1925, Robert A. Millikan announced the discovery of cosmic rays. On the same day in 1983, Ronald Reagan became the first US President to address Japan’s legislature.
1836: – Chile declared war on Peru and Bolivia.
1851: – Alvan Clark was granted a patent for telescope.
1865: – Mary Edward Walker, the first US Army female surgeon was awarded with Medal of Honor.
1918: – The German army surrendered to the allied forces.
1921: – The US President Warren G. Harding dedicated the Tomb of Unknown Soldier at Arlington Cemetery.
1925: – Robert A. Millikan announced the discovery of cosmic rays.
1931: – Cornerstones were laid for Opera House and Veteran’s Building.
1973: – A peace treaty was signed between Israel and Egypt after a long series of arguments.
1983: – Ronald Reagan became the first US President to address Japan’s legislature.
1985: – The space shuttle Challenger flew back to Kennedy Space Center via Davis-Monthan AFB.
1989: – Jaguar became a subsidiary of Ford Motor Company.
1992: – The Church of England approved the ordination of female priests.
1994: – Bill Gates bought Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Codex’ in $30,800,000.
2014: – Ford Motor Company began using aluminium instead of steel in the body of F-150, its most popular truck.
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