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November 13th In History  

On November 13, 1865, the US issued first gold certificates. On the same day in 1984, David Levy found his first comet.

1775: – Montreal was captured by American Revolutionary forces.

1865: – The US issued the first gold certificates.

1897: – The first ever metal dirigible was flown from Tempelhof Field in Berlin.

1907: – Paul Corno achieves the first helicopter flight.

1927: – New York’s Holland tunnel was officially opened for traffic.

1938: – America’s first saint Mother Frances Cabrini was canonized.

1940: – Car maker Willys-Overland submitted a prototype for the Jeep featuring four-wheel drive, an open-air cab, and a rifle rack mounted under the windshield to the US Army.

1945: – Charles de Gaulle was elected as the President of France.

1950: – US won the first world championship bridge contest.

1969: – Vietnam War protesters began a ‘March against Death’ in Washington D.C.

1971: – Mariner 9 which was launched on May 30, 1971 reached Mars on this day and became the first spacecraft to orbit another planet.

1984: – David Levy found his first comet.

1986: – NASA launched space vehicle S-199.

2001: – The US President George W. Bush signed an executive order that allowed military tribunals against foreigners that are suspected of any connections to terrorist acts against the US.

 

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