Friday, November 27, 2020

History Of 27 November | On This Day In World

History Of 27 November | On This Day In World



In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 27 November are as follows: -

1095: Pope Urban II preached the first crusade (crusade).
1795: First Bengali drama staged.
1815: The Kingdom of Poland adopted the constitution.
1895: Alfred Nobel established the Nobel Prize.
1907: Birth of the famous poet and writer Harivansh Rai Bachchan. Today's generation may know him as the father of Amitabh Bachchan, but his contribution to Hindi literature will always be appreciated.
1912: Albania adopted the national flag.
1940: Bruce Lee was born. Born in San Francisco and raised in Hong Kong, Bruce majored in martial arts and worked in a number of martial arts films in the 70s.
1947: Police capture office of Communist newspaper in Paris.
1953: Eugen O'Neill, the noted American drama writer, dies at the age of 65.
1967: French President Charles de Gaulle again reiterated that he would oppose Britain's mass market efforts.
1975: Guinness Book of Records co-founder Ross Macquarter was shot and killed.
1995: Jacqueline Maria Aguilera Marcono of Venezuela is elected 'Miss World'.
2004: International Labor Organization President Juan Somavia arrives in New Delhi on a visit to India.
2007: Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf bids farewell to his military colleagues.
2008: Uttar Pradesh became the first state in the country to pay the Sixth Pay Commission.
2008: Former Prime Minister of India Vishwanath Pratap Singh died. Vishwanath Pratap Singh was the eighth Prime Minister of the Republic of India and had been the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.
2013: Greece becomes the first developed market to be demoted in the emerging market by the MSCI Index.
2014: Cricketer Philip Hughes died two days after suffering a head injury from a bouncer.
2018: The explosion occurred near the chemical company in northern China's Hebei province, killing at least 23 people and injuring 22.
2019: President Donald Trump has signed two bills supporting Hong Kong protesters despite Beijing's repeated objections.

No comments:

Post a Comment