The November 27th is the 331e Jour of the Année (332e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier. There remain 34 days before the end of the year. Saint of the day: Holy Severin
395: Flavius Rufinus (sometimes called Rufin ), Prefect of the court of the Roman Emperor Théodose Ier and regent of the Roman Empire of Occident during the minority of Honorius, is assassinated on the orders of its rival Stilicon, who becomes regent in his place and names Eutrope, as prefect of the court.
- 602: the Byzantine emperor Maurice and his five sons are decapitated with Chalcédoine, in minor Asia.
- 1095 : The pope Urbain II calls with the Croisade with the Concile of Clermont.
- 1237 : In Italy, victory of Frederic II with Cortenuova over the union of the cities lombardes, which is worth a news Excommunication to him.
- 1308 : Henri of Luxembourg, after several months of negociations, is elected King of the Romans and Germanic Roman Emperor. (End of the reign in 1313).
- 1382 : Charles VI gains the Bataille of Roosebeke over the Flemings, at the conclusion of a true military forwarding carried out following the revolt of the tisserands of Ghent, carried out by Philippe van Artevelde, which will be hung without lawsuit the shortly after the victory.
- 1431 : To Dijon, the knights present carry in Sautoir a jewel having the shape of a skin of ram, the collar itself being composed of stones from where sparks spout out. Today the first annual chapter is held of the order been based by Philippe III the Good. The following the example of Jason, the duke of Burgundy wants to tear off with the dragon the invaluable fleece, Jerusalem . He especially aims at joining together, against Charles VII, the large ones of Burgundy and Flandres.
- 1703 : A Tempête makes some 8.000 dead on the English coasts.
- 1790 : With Paris, the Assemblée imposes the Serment to the ecclesiastics.
- 1826 : The Allumette S with friction are invented.
- 1855 : The Russian seize the town of Kars, in Arménie.
- 1868 : Victoire of the general George Armstrong Custer on Cheyennes of Oklahoma of the chief Black Kettle. 130 warriors are killed, 3 released hostages - Bataille Washita River.
- 1879 : The Parlement, which had taken refuge with Versailles during the Commune, regains Paris.
- 1895 : After the German workmen, they are the owners who organize themselves by melting an Association of the Industrialists.
- 1903 : The American George C. Beidler invents the Photocopieur, of which it will deposit the patent in 1906 and who will be marketed starting from 1907 by the firm Rectigraph.
- 1912 : Convention enters the France and the Spain delimiting their respective zones of influence to the Morocco.
- 1913 : Publication of the novel of Marcel Proust On the side from Swann .
- 1919 : The Bulgaria sign the peace treaty which carries transfer of territory to the Greece and Yugoslavia.
- 1924 :
- Election of Picardy Emile (1856-1941) with the French Academy
- Turned for a ballet of Francis Picabia and Erik Satie, Entracte represents the first intervention of the cinema in a spectacle of dance.
- 1926 : Communist rising with Java
- 1940: The Alsace-Lorraine is annexed by the Germany
- 1942: In Toulon, the French Navy orders the scuttling of 90 war buildings so that they do not fall to the hands from the occupant Nazi.
- 1944 : Amnestied by De Gaulle, Maurice Thorez returns of Soviet Union.
- 1950 - the forces of the the United Nations beat a retreat in Korea.
- 1951 : Agreement on the line of Cease-fire in Korea (38e parallel).
- 1961 - Moscow proposes an immediate prohibition of the nuclear tests without international controls.
- 1962 - the Britanniques agree to provide military material to the Indians to resist the Chinese attacks.
- 1967 - the Général de Gaulle renews her opposition to the admission of the England to the Common Market.
- 1968 : The French Emmanuel Vitria, who was to become the senior of grafted heart, is operated.
- 1973 : The Grand Prix of literature of Black Africa is given to the Guinea N Fantouré
- 1974: The remainders of Lucy, oldest human, old man of 3 million years, are discovered in Africa.
- 1982 : The leaders of 31 African countries, joined together with Tripoli, denounce the the United States for their “economic, military and nuclear collaboration” with the South Africa.
- 1987 :
- max Frérot, last person in charge of Direct action still in escape, is stopped with Lyon.
- Two French hostages, Jean-Louis Normandin, from Antenna 2, and Roger Auque, from RTL, are released with Beirut.
- 1989 : A Boeing 727 of the Avancia company is crushed in flames in the suburbs of Bogota with a hundred and seven people on board: no survivor.
- 1990 : John Major succeeds Margaret Thatcher with the head of the British government .
- 1997 : The body of an eleven year old young girl, Cynthia, is discovered in the cold room of a grocer located at Cenon (the Gironde) close to Bordeaux. The supposed assassin, Christophe Katchadourian, twenty-five years, will be challenged the December 2nd.
- 1998 : The Court of Appeal of Paris confirms the release of Gerard Longuet, president of the district council of Lorraine, within the framework of the business of its villa of Saint-Tropez (Var).
- 1999 :
- has Charleroi in Belgium, creation of the Rassemblement Wallonia France (RWF). The “rattachists” wish that the Wallonia turn over to the France.
- the members of the management committee of the unionistic Parti Ulster (UUP) accept that their leader David Trimble form a government which would comprise members of the Sinn Féin, the political branches of the WILL GO.
- the family of the Moroccan Mehdi Ben Barka, removed and missing opponent to Paris in 1965, returns to the Morocco at the end of an exile in France of thirty-six years.
- 2000 : The party of Canadian the Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, the Liberal party (center), gains the legislative elections easily, for the third consecutive time.
- 2001 : Under the aegis of the the United Nations, the representatives of four Afghan factions meet close to Bonn to determine the division of the capacity and to ensure peace after the defeat of the Talibans.
- 2002 : WHO detects the first atypical cases of pneumonia.
- 2003 : Israeli the Prime Minister Ariel Sharon declares that its country would be constrained to make territorial concessions with the Palestinians within the framework of possible peace negotiations.
- 2004 :
- an attempted murder is perpetrated against a Moroccan Imam, Mohammed Al Akrach, in its residence of Sartène (Corse-du-Sud).
- the delegations of the political clouts of French Polynesia, joined together under the aegis of the Minister for Overseas the Brigitte Girardin, fall from agreement for the organization of new elections.
- the French journalists Christian Chesnot and Georges Malbrunot are with their 100e day of captivity in Iraq.
- 2005 : The professor Dubernard transplants for the first time in the world the face of a person died on a disfigured woman.
- 1635 : Madam de Maintenon, second wife of Louis XIV († April 15th 1719).
- 1701 : Centigrade Anders, astronomer and inventor of the measuring unit which bears its name († April 25th 1744).
- 1831 : Gustav Radde, explorer and German naturalist († March 2nd 1903).
- 1841 : Lagartijo (Rafael Molina Sánchez), Spanish Matador († 1900).
- 1857 : Sir Charles Scott, British physiologist , Nobel Prize of physiology and medicine in 1932.
- 1874 : Chaim Weizmann, first president of the State of Israel († November 9th 1952).
- 1897 : Vito Genovese, one of the owners of the American trade union of the crime in the Thirties to 50 († 1969)
- 1906: Raymond Gernez, Politician French, mayor of Cambric of 1945 with 1977. († December 13rd 1991).
- 1921 : Alexander Dubček, Czechoslovakian politician († 1992).
- 1935 : Aldo Maccione, Italian actor.
- 1936 : Clement Michu, French actor.
- 1939 : Laurent-Desired Kabila, Congolese statesman († January 16th 2001).
- 1940 : Bruce Lee, realizer, actor, producer, American scenario writer († July 20th 1973).
- 1941 : Aime Jacquet, French trainer.
- 1942 : Jimi Hendrix, American musician († September 18th 1970).
- 1950 : Philippe Delerm, French writer.
- 1951 : Kathryn Bigelow, director, producing, American scenario writer.
- 1952 : James D. Wetherbee, American astronaut
- Patrice Garande, French footballer
- Ioulia Tymochenko woman political, former Prime Minister in Ukraine
- 1964: Robin Givens, American actress.
- 1957 : Callie Khouri, director, coproducer, American scenario writer.
- 1963 : Fisher Stevens, realizer, actor, American producer.
- 1965 : Rachida Dati, French political woman.
- 1968 : Michael Vartan, French actor and nephew of Sylvie Vartan.
- 1970 : Brooke Langton, American actor.
- 1972 : Stephan Pocrain, chronicler of French television, militant association.
- 1983 : Miguel Ángel Perera, Spanish Matador .
- 450: Official reception Placidia, girl of Théodose Ier, wife of Constancy III and mother of the future emperor of Occident Valentinien III.
- 511: Clovis Ier, first catholic king of France. (° 466)
- 1252: White of Castille, queen of France, wife of Louis VIII and mother of Louis IX.
- 1680 : Athanase Kircher, supposed inventor of the magic lantern, ancestor of the cinema (a biographical note is devoted to him in I am called Byblos , Jean-Pierre Thiollet, Editions H & D, Paris, 2005).
- 1852 : Ada Lovelace, British pionnière of data processing (° December 10th 1815)
- 1871: Louis Rossel, carried out with the military camp of Satory, deputy secretary to the War of the Commune of Paris.
- 1895 : Alexandre Dumas wire, writer French.
- 1908 : Albert Gaudry, geologist and paleontologist French.
- 1916 : Emile Verhaeren, Belgian poet of French language . (° May 21st 1855)
- 1931: Lya de Putti, Hungarian actress .
- 1936 : Edward Bach, British doctor .
- 1940 : Henri Guillaumet, French aviator, of an air crash.
- 1955 : Arthur Honegger, Swiss type-setter .
- 1967 : Leon Mba, first president of the Gabon.
- 1978 : George Moscone, mayor of San Francisco and Harvey Milk, city council man, is assassinated by daN White.
- 1985 : Andre Hunebelle, realizer and producing French.
- 1988 : John Carradine, American actor . (° February 5th 1906)
- 1994: Fernando Lopes Graça, Portuguese type-setter. (° December 17th 1906).
- 1999 : Alain Peyrefitte, baron of the Gaullisme, writer and academician French. (° August 26th 1925)
- 2004: Gunder Hagg, 85 years, Swedish athlete who had beaten 15 world records of the medium-distance race during his career.
Catholic and orthodoxe saints of the day
- Josaphat and Barlaam of India
- Eusice de Selles-sur-Cher (6th century), monk, abbot, founder of the locality.
- Siffrein de Carpentras († v. 650), bishop.
- Holy Astrid, mother of Olaf saint.
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