November 26th in History
1688: – French King Louis XIV declared war on the Netherlands.
1764: – France banned Jesuit enorde.
1832: – First American street car railway started operating in New York City.
1835: – HMS Beagle left Tahiti for New Zealand.
1842: – The University of Notre Dame was founded.
1864: – Confederate troops vacated Sandersville Georgia.
1867: – JB Sutherland got patent for refrigerated railroad car.
1895: – Hawaiian Sugar Planters Association was formed.
1916: – Greece declared war on Germany.
1925: – Netherlands and Germany signed the Trade agreement.
1934: – German theologist Karl Barth surrendered to Na-zis.
1941: – US President Franklin D Roosevelt signed a bill that established the 4th Thursday in November as Thanksgiving Day.
1948: – Belgian government of Spaak resigned.
1965: – France launched first satellite A1-capsule (Asterix).
1998: – Tony Blair became the first British Prime Minister to speak to the Irish Parliament.
2014: – International Space Station announced that a 3D printer has been installed and operated successfully.
Marked Days on November 26: –
- International Anti Obesity Day
- National Cake Day
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