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November 1st History


November 1 is known for various major happenings in different years. In 1848, the first even women’s medical school was opened in Boston on the same day. Some other interesting events are listed below.

1604: – William Shakespeare’s tragedy ‘Othello’ was first presented at Whitehall Palace in London.

1755: – An earthquake happened in Lisbon that killed more than 50,000 people.

1776: – Mission San Juan Capistrano was founded in California.

1848: – First US women’s medical school opens in Boston.

1856: – The first photography magazine Daguerreian Journal was published in NYC.

1879: – The first patent application of Thomas Edison was executed for a high-resistance carbon filament.

1894: – Vaccine for Diphtheria was announced by Dr. Roux.

1904: – The first class was enrolled at Army War College in Washington, DC.

1952: – The first thermonuclear weapon to utilize the H-bomb design of Edward Teller and Stanislaw Ulam called Ivy Mike was exploded in the Marshall Islands, Pacific Ocean.

1955: – The Vietnam War started.

1982: – Honda opens the first car manufacturing company factory in Marysville, Ohio to produce Japanese cars (Honda Accord).

1993: – The Maastricht Treaty was enacted and established the European Union.

2006: – Nelson Mandela was awarded Amnesty International’s Award as Ambassador of Conscience 2006.

2012: – Evidence of light has been detected from the universe’s first stars that are predicted to have formed 500 million years after the big bang.

2013: – Iran launched its first submarine for tourists named Morvarid in the Persian Gulf waters.

Days observed on November 1: –

  • All Saints’ Day
  • World Vegan Day
  • National Author’s Day


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