November 10th in History
On November 10, 1885, world’s first motorcycle was unveiled by German engineer Gottlieb Daimler. On the same day in 1970, the Great Wall of China was opened for tourism.
1493: – Christopher Columbus discovered Antigua during his second expedition.
1834: – HMS Beagle sailed from Valparaiso.
1885: – The world’s first motorcycle was unveiled by German engineer Gottlieb Daimler.
1918: – Independence of Poland proclaimed by Jozef Pilsudski.
1926: – Vincent Massey became 1st Canadian minister to USA.
1940: – Walt Disney started serving as an informer for the Los Angeles office of the FBI.
1942: – US troops occupied airport of Port-Lyautey, Morocco.
1944: – Ammunition Ship USS Mount Hood (AE-11) exploded at Seeadler Harbour.
1951: – First long distance telephone call took place without operator assistance.
1969: – American children’s television educational series Sesame Street made its debut on PBS.
1970: – The Great Wall of China was opened for tourism.
1975: – A resolution equating Zionism with racism was approved by UN General Assembly. It was repealed in December 1991.
1976: – The execution of convicted murderer Gary Gilmore was approved by Utah Supreme Court.
1980: – Solidarity union was acknowledged by Poland.
1982: – The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. was opened for visitors.
2008: – NASA declared the Phoenix mission concluded after losing communications.
Days observed on November 10: –
- International Accounting Day
- Sesame Street Day
- National Vanilla Cupcake Day
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