November 1, 1954. ALGERIA.
Commemorates the revolt by indigenous Algerians
in an attempt to gain rights denied to them
under French colonial rule.
November 1, 1981.
ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA.
Independence gained from the UK.
November 3, 1956.
By Soviet Forces
Soviet armed forces invaded Hungary following
Hungarian premier Imre Nagy's proclamation of
November 4, 1979.
Of American Embassy
The American embassy was seized and sixty-three
people were taken hostage.
November 4, 1978.
Uprising Against Shah
November 4, 1982.
The Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA) is
a Cuban-inspired Marxist guerrilla organization.
November 5, 2002.
Anniversary of Worker's Day in Afghanistan
November 6, 2002.
Tajikistan's Constitution was officially enacted
on 6 November 1994.
November 7, 2002.
Anniversary of the declaration which promised a
Jewish homeland in Palestine. Demonstrations in
the occupied territories and the Gaza area have
occurred on this date.
November 7, 1917.
The Great October Socialist Revolution took
place 7-8 November 1917. The anniversary is
considered by Communists as their most sacred
November 7, 2002.
UNITED KINGDOM. 13
Die In Pira Bombing
Thirteen people were killed in the Northern
Ireland town of Enniskillen when the Provsional
Irish Republican Army (PIRA) detonated a bomb
during the town's observance of Remembrance Day.
November 9, 1953.
France acknowledges the independence of Cambodia
without reservations, after years of persistent
lobbying (and public posturing) by prince
November 9, 2004.
Begins for By-Elections
Campaigning will begin for elections to be held
in January on 9 November. Elections will be held
in eight constituencies around Malawi to fill
vacant parliamentary seats, including two won
and forfeited by the current President and Vice
President. SOURCE: Lilongwe 981
November 10, 1989.
Of The Berlin Wall
A significant event that marked the fall of
communism in Germany which later spread to much
of Central and Eastern Europe.
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