November 30th in History
On November 20, 2967, Democratic People’s Republic of Yemen gained independence. On the same day in 1993, President Clinton signed Brady Gun Control Bill.
1523: – Amsterdam banned assembly of heretics.
1554: – England reconciled with Pope Julius III.
1648: – English Parliamentary Army captured King Charles I.
1678: – Roman Catholics were banned from English Parliament.
1787: – Spanish governor left the Philippines.
1813: – Prince William Frederick returns to Netherlands.
1838: – Mexico declared war on France.
1863: – Confederate troops vacated Fort Esperanza, Texas.
1886: – First commercially successful AC electric power plant opened in Buffalo, NY.
1907: – Pike Place Market dedicated in Seattle.
1967: – Democratic People’s Republic of Yemen gained independence.
1974: – Most complete early man skeleton was found.
1980: – Uruguay’s new constitution was rejected by referendum.
1982: – STS-6 vehicle moves to launch pad.
1983: – Raul Alfonsin won Argentine Presidential elections.
1988: – France performed nuclear test at Fangataufa Island.
1993: – President Clinton signed Brady Gun Control Bill.
2005: – First human face transplant was performed in France.
Days on November 30: –
- National Mason Jar Day
- National Mississippi Day
- National Mousse Day
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