November 15 holidays in 2018
National Peace Day
Republic Proclamation Day
World Philosophy Day
America Recycles Day
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Historical Events on November 15
The Continental Congress finally approves the Articles of Confederation after a year and four months of solid debate during the American Revolutionary War.
The first Catholic college in the United States – Georgetown University – opens for the first time on this day.
Union General William Sherman makes his now famous March to the Sea.
In Geneva, Switzerland, the League of Nations is assembled for the first time.
At a general strike in Guayaquil, Ecuador, approximately a thousand people are massacred during a strike.
NBC Radio Network starts 24 stations.
The first election is held in the country of Thailand.
During WWII, the Battle of Guadalcanal comes to a end. It’s an overwhelming victory for the Allies.
Under order from Nazi SS leader Heinrich Himmler, all Gypsies are ordered to be put into concentration camps as if they were Jews.
Members of the Clutter family in Holcomb, Kansas occur. These events lead Truman Capote to pen his non-fiction book “In Cold Blood.”
Gemini 12 lands safely in the Atlantic Ocean thereby completing Project Gemini’s final mission.
The microprocessor – the 4004 – is released by Intel. It’s the first single-chip processor to be released.
A package from the Unabomber that was addressed to a professor of the University of Michigan explodes – injuring a research assistant.
The unmanned space shuttle Buran is launched into space by the Soviet Union.
Flight STS-38 of the Space Shuttle Atlantis launches on this date.
Famous Birthdays on November 15
German-English astronomer William Herschel is born in
French-Canadian poet and playwright, Joseph Quesnel is born in
German lawyer and politician, Friedrich Ernst Scheller is born in
German novelist, playwright, poet and Nobel Prize laureate, Gerhart Hauptmann is born in
American physician Sara Josephine Baker is born in
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