November 23rd in History
On November 23, 1921, Willis Campbell Bill was signed by US President Warren G. Harding. This bill forbade doctors to prescribe beer or some other liquor for medicinal purposes.
1165: – Pope Alexander III returned from exile to Rome.
1584: – English Parliament expelled Jesuits.
1848: – Female Medical Educational Society was formed in Boston.
1897: – J L Love got patent for pencil sharpener.
1913: – Jim Larkin and James Connolly established the Irish Citizens Army in order to protect strikers.
1921: – Willis Campbell Bill was signed by US President Warren G. Harding. This bill forbade doctors to prescribe beer or some other liquor for medicinal purposes.
1931: – Nationally Crisis Committee was formed in Hague.
1942: – Soviet 21st Army recaptured Kalatsj at Don.
1944: – US 7th Army under General Patch conquered Straatsburg.
1947: – French government of Schumann was formed.
1963: – Lyndon B. Johnson became the President of the USA.
1984: – USSR performed nuclear test at Semipalatinsk, Eastern Kazakhstan USSR.
1985: – Retired CIA Analyst Larry Wu-tai Chin was arrested for spying for China.
2005: – Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf was elected President of Liberia and became the first woman to lead an African Country.
Days on November 23: –
- Repudiation Day
- National Cashew Day
- National Espresso Day
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