The November 7th is the 311e Jour of the Année (312e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier. There remain 54 days before the end of the year.
1 to 1900
1201 : Guillaume III of Ponthieu, ninth count de Ponthieu, married to the sister of the King de France Philippe II Auguste, Alix, grants to Ponthoile a charter guaranteeing communal freedoms, inspired by the charter of Abbeville of 1184, which was used as model with the development of almost all the other charters of the Ponthieu. (Text of the charter).
- 1492 : fall of the Météorite of Ensisheim, older meteorite which one knows the date of impact with precision.
- 1659 : The France and the Spain sign the Traité of the Pyrenees, which puts an end to the hostilities between the two countries and which link Louis XIV with Marie-Therese, girl of Philippe IV of Spain.
- 1733 : The France and the Spain are combined against the England by the Traité of Escurial.
- 1807 : The Russia breaks its relations with the the United Kingdom
- 1811: the general Harrison does not manage to gain a decisive advantage over Shawnee Tecumseh with the Bataille of Tippecanoe, in the valley of Wabash (two hundred on both sides dead), but plunders the Indian city of Prophet' S Town, the Indians having ceased fighting, for lack of ammunition.
- 1876 : the Russia prepares with a war with the Turkey.
- 1885 : with the Canada, the longest railway network of the world is inaugurated, it connects a littoral to the other.
- Revolution of October in Russia. (night from October 24th to 25th in the old calendar tsarist, which corresponds to the night from November 6th to 7th)
- Lénine takes the head of the Bolsheviks to be opposed to Alexandre Kerensky.
- 1920 :
- the famine bursts in China.
- Installation of the first stone of a news church with Marseilles, future the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, built in the district of Prado, to commemorate the plague of 1720 and to be used as memorial of the First World War.
- 1921 : in France, opening of the lawsuit of Desired Henri Landru.
- 1929 : with the Morocco, creation of the Stock Exchange Casablanca.
- 1931 : Mao Zedong founds the Chinese socialist République in the Jiangxi.
- 1933 : In France, the first pulling of the national Loterie takes place. Paul Bonhoure carries five million frankly S.
- 1938: Assassination of Ernst vom Rath third adviser of the embassy from Germany to Paris by Herschel Grynszpan.
- 1939 : The sovereigns Belgian and Dutch come into contact with the king of England George VI, to plead in favor of a peace with the Germany.
- 1944 : Franklin Delano Roosevelt becomes for the fourth time President of the United States.
- 1950 : First combat of the history between two jets, a F-86 American slaughtering a Mig 15 Russian in Korea.
- 1956 :
- During the Crisis of Suez, the general meeting of UNO adopts a resolution calling the the United Kingdom, the France and Israel to withdraw their troops of Egypt without delay.
- the French forces and British in Egypt decide on a Cessez-le-feu, but London announces that the British will withdraw themselves only on arrival of " blue helmets " the United Nations.
- 1964 : Creation of the CFDT.
- 1966 : The diplomatic representatives Chinese leave the ceremony birthday of the Russian Révolution with Moscow, after criticisms formulated with regard to Beijing.
- 1972 :
- Richard Nixon is re-elected President of the United States.
- both Allemagnes restore official relations.
- 1985 : The Colombian army gives the attack to the Law courts of Bogota where had cut off themselves from the guerillas, making a hundred deaths.
- 1987 : Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali deposits the Tunisian president Habib Bourguiba following a “medical coup d'etat”.
- 1989 : The New York board elect for the first time a black mayor, Mr. David Dinkins.
- 1990 : Mary Robinson, becomes the first elected woman president of the Ireland.
- 1991 : Within the framework of decentralization, ENA will be transferred to Strasbourg.
- 1993 : With Moscow, the commemoration of the Révolution of October is for the first prohibited time.
- 1999 : Discovered in China of two Fossil old fish of 530 million years, is some 50 million years before oldest Fossiles the vertebrate known ones hitherto.
- 2000 : Presidential election with the the United States: one will have to recount the voices in the State of the Florida to decide between the candidates George W. Bush (republican) and Al Gore (democratic).
- the French former minister for the Economy Dominique Strauss-Kahn is released within the framework of the investigation into the management of the Mutuelle main road of the students of France (MNEF).
- French the Prime Minister Lionel Jospin answers positively at the request of hearing formulated by the examining magistrate Thierry Pons within the framework of the business of the supposed secret funding of the Socialist party between 1988 and 1992.
- the bankruptcy of the Belgian airline company SABENA is officially marked.
- 2002 : After several weeks of diplomatic arm-of-iron, the the United States and the France manage an agreement on the new American draft Resolution in front of UNO devoted to Iraqi disarmament.
- 2004 :
- Discovered of a Asteroid, baptized 2004 VD17, being 500 meters long and weighing a billion tons, likely to enter in collision with the Ground at the beginning of the next century (the May 4th 2102, according to calculations of the scientists), by causing massive destruction. Its impact would unchain 10.000 megatons of energy, that is to say the equivalent of the explosion of all the nuclear weapons of planet. The scientists however calculated that this ric was weak, about one on thousand.
- violences anti-Frenchwomen multiply in Ivory Coast, in particular with Abidjan where thousands of partisans of the president Gbabgo go down in the streets to devote itself to depredations.
- 2005 :
- the authorities of the Myanmar (Burma) decided to move the capital of the country of Rangoon to Naypyidaw.
- Arrest of Alberto Fujimori, former president of the Peru.
- a 61 year old man is struck mortally with Stains (Seine-Saint-Denis) whereas it tried to extinguish a fire of dustbins in bottom of his building; it is about the first death since the beginning of the riots.
- the Prix Femina is allotted to Régis Jauffret for its work " Asylum of fous" (Gallimard), while the Belgian writer Jean-Philippe Toussaint obtains the Prix Médicis for " Fuir" (Editions of Midnight).
- 2006 :
- the United States: the Democrats gain the majority with the elections with the Room of the representatives. Nancy Pelosi, comfortably re-elected in its district with more than 80% of the voices, then becomes the natural candidate as a leader of the Democrats to the room to reach the station of spokesperson of the Lower House of the Congress.
- Arnold Schwarzenegger is re-elected governor of the State of California.
- 2007 :
- Belgium: majority vote of the Flemings in favor of the partition of the district Brussels-Hall-Vilvorde where the French-speaking people souhaiaient to impose a use of the French language in the municipal councils located in certain Flemish communes (in theory Dutch-speaking unilingual) of the suburbs of Brussels.
- 1575 : Jacques Hennequin, French theologist, professor of Theology to the Sorbonne. († August 31st 1661).
- 1598 : Francisco de Zurbarán, Spanish painter († August 27th 1664).
- 1612 : Pierre Mignard, French painter († May 30th 1695).
- 1619 : Gédéon Tallemant of Réaux, French writer († November 6th 1692).
- 1660 : Johann Ferdinand Adam von Pernau, Austrian ornithologist († 1731).
- 1687 : William Stukeley, British archeology († March 3rd 1765).
- 1759 : Jean Antoine Rossignol, military general French, of the French revolution. († April 27th 1802).
- 1838 : Auguste de Villiers of Isle-Adam, French writer († August 18th 1889).
- 1851 : Albert-Auguste Exploring Fauvel, and Naturalist. French († 1909).
- 1867 : Marie Skłodowska-Curie, Polonaise - physician and French chemist , member elect of the Nobel Prize of physics (1903) and of chemistry (1911) († July 4th 1934).
- 1875 : Mikhaïl Kalinine, Soviet politician († June 3rd 1946).
- 1878 : Dye stick Meitner, Austrian physcian († October 27th 1968).
- 1879 : Leon Trotski, Soviet politician († 1940).
- 1886 : Aron Nimzovitch, of Latvian nationality, large-Master with the Set of failures († March 16th 1935).
- 1888 : Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, first Nobel Prize of Asian physics .
- 1903 : Konrad Lorenz, biologist and Austrian zoologist , father of the ethology († 1989).
- 1912 : Solon Verret, pianist, type-setter, poet Haiti in, 200 traditional works for piano.
- 1913 : Albert Camus, writer French, member elect of the Nobel Prize of literature (1957) († January 4th 1960).
- 1918 : Billy Graham, American evangelist .
- 1926 : Graeme Allwright, singer néozélandais French-speaking.
- 1943 : Michael Spence, American economist who received the “Nobel Prize” of economy in 2001.
- 1952 : Geraldo Alckmin, Brazilian politician, former governor of the state of São Paulo, candidate with the presidential election of 2006.
- 1963 : Franck Dubosc, humorist French.
- 1967 : David Guetta, D.J., type-setter French.
- 1970 : Morgan Spurlock, American realizer.
- 1975 : Raphaël, singer, musician French.
- 1909 : Gustav Selve, born the February 28th 1842, founder of the Selve Automobilwerke AG in Hameln close to Hamburg.
- 1910 a.s. : Leon Tolstoï, Russian writer (° 1828).
- 1913 : Alfred Russel Wallace, British Naturalist (° 1823).
- 1978 : Gene Tunney, weight-heavy champion of Boxing in 1926.
- 1980 : Steve McQueen, American actor (° 1930).
- 1984 : Bearded Marcel, politician and contractor French (° 1907).
- 1990 : Lawrence Durrell, British writer.
- 1991 : Gaston Monnerville, politician French (° 1897).
- 1992 : Alexander Dubček, Czechoslovakian politician (° 1921).
- 1997 : Paul Ricard, industrialist French creative of the Pastis of Marseilles (° July 9th 1909).
- 2003 : Laughs Mastenbroek, first Olympic quadruple medal-holder .
- 2006 : Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber, journalist, essay writer and politician French (° February 13rd 1924).
- 2006 : Guy Degrenne, industrial French, specialist in arts of the table (° August 3rd 1925).
- international Day of the African writer
- Tunisia: Change which has occurred in 1987
- Bangladesh celebrates: Revolution
- Luxembourg celebrates: Celebrates of saint Willibrord, owner of the Grand-Duchy.
Catholic and orthodoxe saints of the day
- Amaranth of Albi (3rd century), martyr.
- Florent of Strasbourg (+ towards 660), bishop.
- Ruf of Metz (4th century), bishop.
- Willibrord of Utrecht (+ 739), archbishop and apostle of the Clippings.
Holy catholic of the day
- Holy Carine: martyrized under the emperor Julien the Apostate, in 362, with its husband Mélasippe and their son Antoine, with Ankara.
- November 7th in sport
- November 7th in the railroads
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