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