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November 24th in history  

On November 24, 1903, Clyde Coleman got patent for automobile electric starter. On the same day in 1949, British Steel & Iron industry got nationalized.

1642: – Dutch explorer Abel Tasman discovered Van Diemen’s Land.

1655: – English Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell banned Anglicans.

1744: – John Carteret resigned as British Secretary of State for the Northern Department.

1832: – South Carolina passed Ordinance of Nullification.

1859: – English naturalist Charles Darwin published ‘On the Origin of Species’.

1871: – National Rifle Association was organized in New York City.

1903: – Clyde Coleman got patent for automobile electric starter.

1914: – Benito Mussolini left Italy’s socialist party.

1918: – Bela Can formed Hungarian Communist Party.

1941: – US troops landed on Suriname to protect bauxite mine.

1944: – US bombers based on Saipan began 1st attack on Tokyo.

1949: – British Steel & Iron industry got nationalized.

1954: – France sent 20,000 soldiers to Algeria.

1958: – Mali became an autonomous state within French community.

1969: – Apollo 12 returned to earth.

1972: – USSR performed an underground nuclear test.

1981: – First air-launched cruise missile got tested.

1989: – Communist party resigned in Czechoslovakia.

2016: – International research team published discovery of 1,500 new viruses found in invertebrates.

Days on November 24: –

  • National Sardines Day
  • Teachers’ Day (Turkey)
  • International Evolution Day
 

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