The November 16th is the 320e Jour of the Année (321e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier. There remain 45 days before the end of the year.
1 to 1900
- 1573 : François Thomé is named bishop of Saint-Malo. It will remain it until its resignation in 1586.
- 1620 : The Jésuite S entirely take charges with it the Faculty of Arts and Social sciences and partly the faculty of theology of the Université Albertina with Freiburg-in-Brisgau.
- 1700 : After being itself put the question of the war in Europe, and in order to avoid possible a War of succession of Spain, Louis XIV accepts the will of Charles II of Spain; its grandson, the duke of Anjou, succeeds the last king d' Espagne of the house of Habsbourg and becomes Philippe V, first king Bourbon of Spain (fine of the reign in 1746).
- 1794 : Jean-Baptiste Carrier, politicking French, is guillotine Place of Strike the 26 Brumaire An III.
- 1797 : The British navy withdraws the Mediterranean
- 1808: Assassination with the Palate of Topkapi, Constantinople, of the Othoman sultan Mustafa IV, 29e sovereign of the Othoman dynasty.
- 1813 : In Belgium, an insurrection bursts against the French occupant.
- 1834 : Louis-Joseph Papineau exiles Low-Canada.
- 1836 : Publication with Paris of the first number of the daily newspaper Le Monde , which will cease appearing less than one year later, after the publication of sound 350e and last number.
- 1846 : The free Ville of Cracow is annexed by the Austria.
- 1848 : With Rome, a popular insurrection bursts.
- 1866 : The newspaper Le Figaro becomes daily.
- 1907: The Oklahoma becomes the 46e state of the the United States
- 1917: Georges Clémenceau reaches the capacity.
- 1919 : In France, electoral success of the national Block with the legislative ones. Beginnings of the “Room blue horizon” (433 right elected members for 180 on the left, including 68 Socialists).
- 1933 :
- the the United States and the Soviet Union establish diplomatic relations.
- the president Getulio Vargas obtains the full powerss with the Brésil.
- 1941 :
- Publication of the first number of Christian Testimony.
- the Germans start one second offensive against Moscow which will also fail.
- 1945 : Creation of UNESCO ( United Nations Educational, Scientific and Farming Organization }.
- 1952 : The Marshal Papagos form a government in Greece.
- 1968 : The Soviet Union lance the heaviest spaceship put into orbit to date, Proton-4.
- 1970 : A typhoon, followed by a tidal wave, sweeps the Bay of Bengal: according to the Pakistani authorities, there could be a half-million deaths.
- 1988 : Victoire of the Party of the People of Mrs. Benazir Bhutto, girl of the former hung president, with the Pakistani legislative elections. She will be named Prime Minister on February 1st.
- 1994 : The Ukrainian Parliament approves the Traité nuclear non-proliferation (NPT).
- 1995 :
- Liamine Zeroual is elected president of the Algerian République as of the first turn.
- the International penal court for ex-Yugoslavia accuses the chief of Serb of Bosnia-Herzégovine, Radovan Karadžić, and their military chief, Ratko Mladić, of Crimes against humanity and of Génocide for the massacre of made Moslems in July with Srebrenica.
- 2000 :
- Bill Clinton arrives at Hanoï for the first visit at the Vietnam of a president of the the United States since the end of the war there is a quarter century.
- the Yugoslavia announces the re-establishment of its diplomatic relations with the the United States, the France, the Great Britain and the Germany.
- 2003 :
- Joined together with Dar Es Salaam (Tanzania), of the African leaders of the area gives three months to the National liberation armies (FNL) to start discussions of peace with the authorities of the Burundi. The rebels Hutu S reject the ultimatum, and multiply the attacks against several districts of Bujumbura.
- the Forces for the defense of democracy (FDD), main movement rebels Burundian, and the government of Bujumbura sign in Tanzania a supposed peace agreement to put an end to 10 years of civil war which made more than 200.000 died.
- 2004 :
- the American army announces the opening of an investigation following the diffusion of images showing a killing Marine with end carrying a wounded man and apparently not armed in Iraq, presented like a " combatant ennemi" , in a Mosque.
- Left Half-Life 2, one of the plays most rewarded in the history of the video games.
- 2006 :
- France: promulgation of the law of prohibition to smoke in all the public places.
- the Morrocan Mounir el Motassadeq is condemned in Germany for complicity of murder in the attacks of the September 11th, 2001 to the the United States and is returned before a court where it risks from now on up to 15 years of Imprisonment.
- Death of the “Nobel Prize” of economy Milton Friedman.
- 42 av. J.C: Tibère, Roman Emperor († 37)
- 1717: Jean the Round of Alembert, philosopher, mathematician and encyclopedist French († October 29th 1783)
- 1783: Curro Guillén (Francisco Herrera Rodríguez), Spanish Matador († May 21st 1820)
- 1819: Wilhelm Marr, German journalist († July 17th 1904)
- 1873: W.C. Handy, American type-setter of blues († March 28th 1958)
- 1888: Henri Bosco, writer French († May 4th 1976)
- 1889: George Kaufman, dramatic author American († June 2nd 1961)
- 1895: Paul Hindemith, German type-setter († December 28th 1963)
- 1899: Warren McCulloch, American researcher in neurology († September 24th 1969)
- 1904: Renee Saint-Cyr military school, French actress († July 11th 2004)
- 1908: Sister Emmanuelle, Belgian nun
- 1909: Maurizio Valenzi, Italian politician
- 1922: Jose Saramago, writer Portuguese, Nobel Prize of literature 1998
- 1940: Garcimore, illusionist and Spanish humorist († April 18th 2000)
- 1945: Jan Bucquoy, author and Belgian scenario writer
- 1949: Michel Daerden, French-speaking Belgian politician
- 1950: Carl J. Meade, American astronaut
- 1952: Shigeru Miyamoto, originator of video games Japan board
- 1976: Mario Barravecchia, Belgian singer , finalist of the first season of the Star Academy
- 1977: Maggie Gyllenhaal, American actress
- 1995: Noah Gray-Cabey, pianist and American actor
1093 : Marguerite of Scotland, queen of Scotland.
- 1779 : Pehr Kalm, explorer and botanist Swedish (° March 6th 1716).
- 1802 : Andre Michaux, Exploring botanist and French (° 1746).
- 1831 : Rene Desfontaines, French botanist (° February 14th 1750).
- 1885 : Louis Riel, Canadian political leader of the Mongrel (° October 22nd 1844).
- 1936 : Louis-Joseph Maurin, French prelate (° February 5th 1859), cardinal, archbishop of Lyon.
- 1952 : Charles Maurras, journalist, essay writer, politician and poet French (° April 20th 1868).
- 1960 : Clark Gable, American actor (° 1901).
- 1978 : Alain Colas, French navigator, disappears at sea.
- 1993 : Achilles Zavatta, French clown (° May 6th 1915).
- 1997 : Georges Marchais, French politician (° June 7th 1920).
- 2001 :
- Tommy Flanagan, American pianist of jazz (° March 16th 1930).
- Mohammed Atef, brain according to Washington of the attacks of the September 11th.
- 2003 : Gift Gibson, American singer of country (° April 3rd 1928).
- 2006 : Milton Friedman, American economist. (° July 31st 1912)
- international Day of the tolerance, created in 1996 by the General meeting of the United Nations.
- National Day of the Sea to the Portugal.
Catholic saints of the day
- Holy Marguerite of Scotland († 1093), queen of Scotland, little girl of Edmond II, king d' Angleterre, introduced the Roman Liturgie into the Scottish Église.
- Gertrude de Helfta († 1302), moniale bénédictine.
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