The November 11th is the 315e Jour of the Année (316e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier. There remain 50 days before the end of the year.
1 to 1900
- 1417 : Oddone Colonna is elected Pape and takes the name of Martin V.
- 1444 : Solemn return of the new whole Parliament of Toulouse, first Parliament created in province, created by Charles VII, the previous year.
- 1500 : Louis XII, King de France, sign with Grenade a secret agreement with Ferdinand II of Aragon on the conquest and the division of the Kingdom of Naples
- 1502: Christophe Colomb discovers a new island and names it Martinique in the honor of holy Martin.
- 1630 : Day of Dupes the
- 1765: Arrest of Louis-Rene Caradeuc of Chalotais, public prosecutor of the Parliament of Brittany.
- 1778 : The French island of St Lucia is invaded by the British troops
- 1799: Bonaparte names Martin Michel Charles Gaudin at the station of Minister for Finance the shortly even after the Coup d'etat of the 18 brumaire ( 20 brumaire year VIII ). It will provide these functions during all the Consulat and the Empire until April 1st 1814, then again during the Hundred Days, of the March 20th to the June 22nd 1815.
- 1866 : Bombardment of Seoul by a forwarding of the admiral Roze, in reprisals of the massacre of nine French missionaries.
- 1887 : Black Friday, day when four anarchistic militants are carried out with Chicago, following the riots of Haymarket Square.
- 1889 : Washington becomes the 42e State of the United States.
1918 : End of the First World War; the Germany sign the Armistice and restores the Alsace and the Lorraine with the France, after four years of hostilities, which made some nine million deaths, of which 1 390 000 for the France.
- Transfer of the heart of Leon Gambetta to the the Pantheon of Paris.
- Burial of the Unknown soldier under the Triumphal arch of the Star of Paris.
- 1931 : Inauguration of the new stage of the Forging mill, future bright burning coal Stage Bonnal, with Sochaux.
- 1940 : Demonstration of students Place of the Star in Paris to commemorate on November 11th 1918, whereas France is occupied.
- 1942 : The Germany occupies the zone known as free in France.
- 1943 : The Maquis of Ain and the High-Jura ravel in the streets of Oyonnax in spite of the presence very close to the occupant, in order to mean with allied the determination of the Résistance.
- 1944 : Winston Churchill assists with the military procession on the Fields-Élysées at the sides of the general de Gaulle.
- 1964 : A shortage of vivres causes riots in the Indian State of the Kérala.
- 1965 : The Prime Minister Ian Smith proclaims the independence of the Southern Rhodesia, declared illegal by the Great Britain.
- 1971 : The the United States restore the island of Okinawa to the Japan.
- 1972 : The great American base of Long Binh is given to the South Vietnamese authorities, which puts an end to the direct military intervention the United States in the Guerre of Vietnam.
- 1973 : Cease-fire between Israel and the Egypt, concluded under the aegis of the the United States.
- 1975 : Independence of the Angola.
- 1987 : Dismissal of Boris Eltsine, chief of the Communist party for the town of Moscow, which had criticized the slowness of the reforms.
- 1989 : The Salvadorian guerilla lance a great offensive in which 400 people find death.
- 1992 : The church Anglican of England authorizes the ordination of the women.
- 1994 : The French press group Socpresse, the group of Robert Harrowing, resells his participation of 52% in its Czech floret, the daily newspaper “Mladá Fronta Dnes” with the German press group Rheinische Post.
- 1998 : In front of the Iraqi refusal to cooperate with the inspectors of the Special subcommittee of UNO in charge of Iraqi disarmament (UNSCOM), the American secretary with Defense William Cohen orders the reinforcement of the American military presence in the Persian Gulf for a possible intervention.
- 2000 : The flashover of a Funiculaire with Kaprun (Austria) involves the death of one hundred fifty-five people.
- Died of Yasser Arafat, president of the Palestinian Authority, at the 75 years age, the Percy military hospital of Clamart; the executive committee of PLO indicates the unanimity Mahmoud Abbas at her head.
- the Syrian driver, Mohamed Al-Joundi, of the two French journalists Georges Malbrunot and Christian Chesnot, removed last August in Iraq, is found by the Navy American.
- 2005 :
- Five police officers, of which is écroué, are put in examination following blows carried in an illegitimate way on an young man challenged the November 7th at Courneuve.
- the Union Christian Democrat (CDU, conservatives) and the social democrat Party (SPD, center-left) manage an agreement for the formation of a coalition government in Germany.
- 2006 :
- Left in Japan the Playstation 3 of Sony.
- 2007 :
- Very strong storm in Black Sea, four tradind ships ran, six were failed on a hollow and two tankers were damaged in the Détroit of Kerch causing a major pollution.
- 1154 : Sanche Ier of Portugal, second king de Portugal
- 1220: Alphonse of Poitiers, count of Poitiers and Toulouse († 1271).
- 1433 : Charles Bold the, Duke of Burgundy. († January 5th 1477).
- 1483 : Luther, which is named Martin because of the day of its birth († February 18th 1546).
- 1493 : Paracelse, ( Philippe Bombast Theophrast von Hohenheim ) († 1541).
- 1653 : Carlo Ruzzini, diplomatic Italian and Doge de Venise. († January 5th 1735).
- 1729 : Louis Antoine de Bougainville, French navigator († 1811).
- 1821 : Fedor Dostoïevski, Russian writer († 1881).
- 1864 : Maurice Leblanc, writer French († 1941).
- 1869 : Victor-Emmanuel III, future king of Italy, emperor of Ethiopia and king of Albania († 1947).
- 1876 : Jack London, American writer
- 1898: Clear Rene, scenario writer († 1981).
- 1899 : Stalemate O' Brien, American actor.
- 1906 : Lalla Romano, writer, journalist and painter Italy. († June 26th 2001).
- 1922 :
- Dante Isella, Philologist and historian of the literature Italy N. († December 3rd 2007).
- Kurt Vonnegut, American writer
- 1930: Hugh Everett, physicist and American mathematician († July 19th 1982)
- 1935: Bibi Andersson, Swedish actress of theater and cinema.
- 1947 :
- 1946 : Vladimir Solovyov, Soviet cosmonaut
- 1951: Kim Peek, erudite autist.
- 1959 : Guy Moal, ethnologist French specialist in the sore (Burkina Faso)
- 1962: Demi Moore, actress states-unienne.
- 1964 : Calista Flockhart, actress states-unienne.
- 1974 : Leonardo DiCaprio, American actor .
- 1975 : Markko Märtin, pilot of rally Estonia N.
- 1976 : Jesse F. Keeler, Canadian musician
- 1977: Maniche, Football or Portuguese.
- 1981 : Guillaume of Luxembourg, crown prince to the Grand Duchy of the Luxembourg
- 1982: Asafa Powell, athlete jamaïcain specialist in the 100 meters and the 200 meters (world records of the 100m in 9" 74).
- 958: Foulque II '' the Good '', count d' Anjou. (° 910).
- 1130 : Therese de León, regent of Portugal (° 1080)
- 1623: Philippe Duplessis-Mornay, theologist and politician huguenot, former governor of Saumur
- 1686: Louis II of Bourbon-Cop, known as the Large Cop (° November 8th 1621)
- 1868: Wilhelm Ludwig Rapp, Doctor and German Naturalist (° 1794).
- 1871 : William Lonsdale, geologist and British paleontologist (° 1794).
- 1884 : Alfred Edmund Brehm, Exploring zoologist and German (° 1829).
- 1916 : Jack London, American writer. Commits suicide? (° 1876)
- 1917: Lydia Liliuokalani, last queen Hawaii enne, reversed by American growers in 1893. (° September 2nd 1838).
- 1933 : Ernst Hartert, German Ornithologist (° 1859)
- 1950: Pierre-Jules Baker, inventor of the Citroen 2CV
- 1977: Hagop Arakelian, French make-up man of cinema.
- 1995 : Jean-Louis Curtis, writer and Price Goncourt in 1947.
- 2003 : Paul Jansen, founder of the firm Jansen Pharmaceutica , it had deposited more than 100 patents on various drugs.
- 2004 :
- Armistice (1918), bank holiday for certain countries (amongst other things France, Belgium): legatee in France by a law of the October 24th 1922 to celebrate the end of the First World War; it is the Jour of the memory. Many streets, for example in France, are called 11-November. The expression is in this case a proper name, with hyphen and capital letter at the second part of the name.
- Festival of Holy Martin: close to its tomb, to Turns, a signed plate of the Maréchal Foch returns thanks to God for the victory of 1918.
- Poland: national Festival - birthday of the Independence of 1918
- Angola: national Festival
- Pepero day in South Korea
- Germany: beginning of the Carnival
- the United States: Veterans Day
- Canada: Day of the memory
Catholic saints of the day
- Martin de Tours, bishop († 397): Owner of hotel, known to have sliced its coat to give half of it to poor.
- Carried out († 303): Egyptian soldier, declared himself Christian and sudden for this reason of appalling tortures before being decapitated.
- Theodore Studite († 826)
- Véran bishop of Vence († 449)
- Vincent of Saragossa, deacon martyr († 304)
Orthodoxe saints of the day
Beats-smg: Lapkristė 11 Be-X-old: 11 лістапада Fiu-vro: 11. märtekuu päiv Nds-nl: 11 november Simple: November 11 Zh-yue: 11 月 11 號
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