November 10 Events in History - November 10 Birthdays - November 10 Deaths
2014 After two years of hostility between Japan and China over control of certain islands in the East China Sea, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Chinese President Xi Linping shake hands during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit
2014 U.S. President Barack Obama states his support for 'net neutrality', urging federal lawmakers to regulate internet service providers in a manner similar to utility companies in order to ensure open access to all internet users
2013 The Philippines' central province of Leyte suffers a loss of potentially 10,000 people when Typhoon Haiyan devastated portions of Southeast Asia on November 8, 2013; it is the deadliest typhoon ever recorded
2013 Vietnam evacuates 600,00 citizens as Typhoon Haiyan heads towards the country
2012 Votes in Florida are finalized, giving Barack Obama the winning number of electoral votes; this will be his second term as President of the United States
2012 The BBC's George Entwistle steps down as Director-General, with Tim Davie replacing him Acting Director General
2011 In a bid to attract international sponsorship, England's Newcastle United F.C. rebrands the St. James' Park stadium as the Sports Direct Arena
2011 In Quebec, 200,000 Canadian college and university students vote to boycott classes to protest tuition fee increases
2010 Three Airbus A380 planes are grounded by Singapore Airlines in order to replace their Rolls Royce engines
2010 The 2010 Country Music Awards are held in Nashville, Tennessee; American singer Brad Paisley wins Entertainer of the Year
1997 "Jackie - An American Life," opens at Belasco Theater New York City
1997 Artist Peter Max pleads guilty to tax fraud and time served
1997 Nanny Louise Woodward, murder sentenced downgrade to manslaughter
1993 "Joseph and the Amazing" opens at Minskoff Theater New York City for 223 performances
1993 Slowakije government of Meciar forms
1991 Bernie Kosar ends NFL record of 308 passes without an interception
1991 Browns set club record for largest lead blown (led 23-0), Philadelphia 32-30
1991 Liselotte Neumann wins LPGA Mazda Japan Golf Classic
1991 Martina Navratilova ties Chris Evert, 157 pro tennis tournament wins
1991 Marty Glickman broadcasts his 1,000th football game
1991 South Africa's 1st cricket international since 1970 - one-day vs. India
1990 Lebanon releases 2 french hostages (Camille Sontag and Marcel Coudari)
1989 Bulgarian party president Todor Zjikov, resigns
1989 Germans begins demolishing Berlin Wall
1988 China confirms earthquake death toll will rise above current 938
1988 MLB All-Star team beats Japan 3-1 in Tokyo (Game 5 of 7)
1988 New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority announces it may replace tokens with credit card type passes
1988 Orel Hershiser (23-8) is a unanimous choice as NL Cy Young Award
1987 Steve Bedrosian edges Rick Sutcliffe 57-55 to win NL Cy Young Award
1986 Bangladesh Constitution restored
1985 Jane Blalock wins LPGA Mazda Japan Golf Classic
1984 Australia all out 76 vs. West Indies at cricket WACA, Holding 6-21
1984 Miami Hurricanes blows 31-0 lead in 3rd quarter lose to Md 42-40
1984 Horse Racing Breeders' Cup Champs: Chief's Crown, Eillo, Lashkari, Outstandingly, Princess Rooney, Royal Heroine, Wild Again at Hollywood
1983 "Amen Corner" opens at Nederlander Theater New York City for 83 performances
1983 Federal government shut down
1982 IMF lends Mexico $3.8 billion due to threatened bankrupcy
1982 Susan Cooper/Hume Cronyns "Foxfire," premieres in New York City
1981 "Oh, Brother!" opens at ANTA Theater New York City for 3 performances
1981 Ernest Thompson's "West Side Waltz," premieres in New York City
1980 Poland acknowledges Solidarity union
1978 Israel's top negotiators broke away from Middle East peace talks
1978 Larry Holmes KOs Alfredo Evangelist in 7 for heavyweight boxing title
1978 Yankees trade Lyle, Rajsich, McCall, Heath and Ramos to Texas for Righetti, Mirabella, Beniquez, Jemison and Griffin
1977 Amsterdam: RAF-terrorists Gert Schneider/Christof Wackernagel arrested
1977 Major Indoor Soccer League officially organized (New York City)
1976 Utah Supreme Court OKs execution of convicted murderer Gary Gilmore
1975 Ore ship Edmund Fitzgerald and crew of 29 lost in storm on Lake Superior
1975 PLO leader Yasser Arafat addresses United Nations in New York City
1975 Royals release slugger Harmon Killebrew, ending his 22-year career
1975 U.N. General Assembly approves resolution equating Zionism with racism
1974 2nd meeting of Giants-Jets, Jets even series at 1 with 26-20 OT win
1974 Montreal Canadiens shutout Washington Capitals 11-0
1971 Joe Torre wins NL MVP, Vida Blue wins AL MVP
1971 U.S. table tennis team arrived in China
1970 "2 by 2" opens at Imperial Theater New York City for 343 performances
1970 Luna 17, with unmanned self-propelled Lunokhod 1, is launched
1970 R Rodgers/M Charnins musical "Two by Two," premieres in New York City
1969 "Sesame Street" premieres on PBS TV
1968 Judy Rankin wins LPGA Corpus Christi Civitan Golf Open
1968 Launch of Zond 6, 2nd unmanned circumlunar and return flight
1968 Portuguese socialist Mario Soares freed
1967 KXNE TV channel 19 in Norfolk, NB (PBS) begins broadcasting
1966 Jack Lynch becomes Irish premier
1966 Lunar Orbiter 2 reaches 196-1871 km around Moon
1965 Manneke Piss statue stolen in Brussels
1965 Netherlands 2nd Chamber accept marriage princess Beatrice and Claus von Amsberg
1964 "Something More!" opens at Eugene O'Neill Theater New York City for 15 performances
1964 Braves sign a 25-year lease to play in the new Atlanta stadium
1963 Gordie Howe takes over NHL career goal lead at 545
1963 Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA San Antonio Civitan Golf Open
1962 "Nowhere to Go, But Up" opens at Winter Garden Theater New York City for 9 performances
1960 Senate passes landmark Civil Rights Bill
1959 Corinne Rottschaeffer elected Miss World
1958 Bertolt Brecht's "Der aufhaltsame Aufstieg des Arturo o Ui," premieres
1958 WUFT TV channel 5 in Gainesville, Florida (PBS) begins broadcasting
1957 NFL record crowd (102,368), '49ers vs Rams in LA
1957 Cleveland Browns' Don Paul sets club record for longest fumble return with a 89-yard run (and TD), beating Pittsburgh 24-0
1956 Gene de Paul/John Meyer's musical "Li'l Abner," premieres in New York City
1955 "Vamp" opens at Winter Garden Theater New York City for 60 performances
1954 Iwo Jima Memorial (servicemen raising U.S. flag) dedicated in Arlington
1954 Lieutenant Colonel John Strapp travels 632 MPH in a rocket sled
1953 Giants end their tour of Japan (players got $331 of $3,000 promised)
1952 Trygve Halvdan Lie resigns as 1st secretary-genraal of UN
1951 1st long distance telephone call without operator assistance
1950 After 9 years, Cleveland Indians fire manager Lou Boudreau
1950 Clifford Odet's "Country Girl," premieres in New York City
1950 Jacobo Arbenz Guzman elected President of Guatemala
1950 Nobel for literature awarded to William Faulkner
1950 Spanish dictator Franco ends war in Gibraltar
1946 Communists win many seats at French parliamentary election
1945 "Are You with It?" opens at Century Theater New York City for 264 performances
1945 College football's #1 Army beats #2 Notre Dame 48-0
1945 General Enver Hoxha becomes leader of Albania
1945 Nazi concentration camp at Buchenwald liberated by U.S.
1944 German riots in Rotterdam/Schiedam 52,000 men sent to Germany
1944 U.S. 9th Army takes Margraten cemetery
1942 Philip Barry's "Without Love," premieres in New York City
1942 U.S. troops occupy airport of Port-Lyautey Morocco
1942 U.S. - British troops occupies Oran Algeria
1940 Pittsburgh and Philadelphia play a penalty free NFL game
1938 8.3 earthquake shakes East of Shumagin Islands, Alaska
1938 Nobel for literature awarded to Pearl Buck (Good Earth)
1937 Brazilian dictator Getulio Vargas proclaims "Estado novo"
1933 Black Blizzard snowstorm-duststorm rages from SD to Atlantic
1928 Hirohito ascended throne as Emperor of Japan
1926 Belgium crown prince Leopold weds princess Astrid Bernadotte of Sweden
1926 Bradman plays his 1st State selection trial He only made 37
1926 Guomindang-regring deallocates seat of Kanton to Wuhan (Hankou)
1926 Vincent Massey becomes 1st Canadian minister to USA
1923 German ex-crown prince flees Netherlands for Germany
1920 George Bernard Shaw's "Heartbreak House," premieres in New York City
1919 1st observance of National Book Week
1919 American Legion's 1st national convention (Minneapolis)
1918 German emperor Wilhelm II flees to Netherland
1918 Independence of Poland proclaimed by Jozef Pilsudski
1917 41 suffragists are arrested in front of White House
1917 Faure's 2nd Violo Sonate, premieres
1917 New soviet government suspends freedom of press (temporary)
1911 Andrew Carnegie forms Carnegie Corp (for scholarly and charitable works)
1911 Imperial army recaptures Nanking (blood bath)
1908 1st Gideon Bible put in a hotel room
1905 Sailors revolt in Kronstadt Russia
1898 Race riot in Wilmington North Carolina (8 blacks killed)
1894 Fred Lugard signs accord with king Lafia "Absalamu" of Nikki
1892 1st CRU championship game: Osgoode Hall defeats Montreal, 45-5
1891 1st Woman's Christian Temperance Union meeting held (in Boston)
1891 Granville T. Woods patents electric railway
1885 Gottlieb Daimler's motorcycle, world's 1st, unveiled
1883 Toronto Argonauts defeat Ottawa FC 9-7, for 1st ORFU Championship
1878 Aleksandr Ostrovsky's "Bespridannitsa," premieres in Moscow
1871 Stanley presumes to meet Livingston in Ujiji, Central Africa
1866 Gold coins from the Sydney Mint become legal tender in Canada
1864 Austrian Archduke Maximilian became emperor of Mexico
1864 Kingston, Georgia burned during Sherman's March to Sea
1836 Louis Napoleon banished to America
1834 HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin sails from Valparaiso
1808 Osage Treaty signed
1801 Kentucky outlaws dueling
1793 France ends forced worship of God
1785 Netherlands and France signs treaty
1775 Congress forms U.S. Marine Corps
1697 English parliament accept army reduction
1687 Pope Innocent XI publishes decree Coelestis pastor
1674 Dutch formally cede New Netherlands (NY) to English
1630 Failed palace revolution against Richelieu France
1584 Willem Louis of Nassau appointed viceroy of Friesland
1567 Battle at St-Denis: French government army vs Huguenots
1544 Antwerps painter John Matsys banished
1526 John I Zapolyai of Transsylvania chosen as king of Hungary
1444 Battle at Varna, Black Sea: Sultan Murad II beats crusaders
911 Conrad I elecect German King
461 St. Leo I ends his reign as Catholic Pope