November 9th in History
On November 9, 1799, Napoleon became the first consul of France. On the same day in 1960, John F. Kennedy won the election for the President of the US.
1729: – Treaty of Seville was signed by England, Spain, and France.
1799: – Napoleon became 1st consul of France.
1858: – New York Symphony Orchestra reformed for the first time.
1877: – American chemical society was chartered in New York.
1904: – First airplane flight took place and lasted more than 5 minutes.
1906: – Theodore Roosevelt became the first US President to visit another country (Puerto Rico and Panama).
1913: – Eight ore-carriers were sunk on Great Lakes by storm Freshwater Fury.
1918: – Republic of Germany was proclaimed.
1921: – Albert Einstein received the Noble Prize in physics especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect.
1930: – First nonstop airplane flight from New York to Panama took place.
1949: – Constitution was adopted by Costa Rica.
1960: – John F. Kennedy won the election for the President of the United States.
1962: – U.S. performed nuclear test at Nevada Test Site.
1989: – East Germany opened its border so that the citizens can freely cross into the West for the first time since the Berlin Wall was built in 1961.
1994: – Chandrika Kumaratunga was chosen first-ever female President of Sri Lanka.
Days observed on November 9: –
- Carl Sagan Day
- National Microtia Day
- World Freedom Day
- National Scrapple Day
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