November 21st in History
1729: – Treaty of Seville was signed by the Netherlands.
1759: – Prussian Army surrendered to Austrians during the Battle at Maxen.
1789: – North Carolina ratified the constitution and became the 12th US state.
1791: – Colonel Napoleon Bonaparte was promoted to General and appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Armies of the French Republic.
1834: – HMS Beagle anchored at Bay of San Carlos, Chile.
1865: – Shaw University was formed in Raleigh, North Carolina.
1871: – The first ever human cannonball, Emilio Onra was fired.
1877: – Thomas Edison was announced the invention of Phonograph. He called it the ‘talking machine’ the first one to play and record sound.
1905: – The first game ever played in the Australian Tennis Open.
1906: – China prohibited the opium trade.
1918: – Two German ammunition trains exploded in Hamont Belgium and caused 1,750 deaths.
1924: – The British Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin cancelled Labour contract with USSR.
1970: – General Hafez al-Assad became Prime Minister of Syria.
2012: – An Israel and Hamas ceasefire was negotiated.
Days on November 21: –
- National Stuffing Day
- World Television Day
- National Red Mitten Day
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