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Events that Happened “A Day as Today”

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Events that Happened “A Day as Today”

November 6 – A Day as Today

  • 355: in France, the Roman emperor Constantius II elevates his cousin Julian the Apostate to the rank of Caesar, giving him the government of the prefecture of the Gauls.
  • 1153: in England, the Peace of Wallingford ends the English Civil War between Empress Matilda and Esteban de Blois.
  • 1519: in Mexico, Hernán Cortés and the Spanish army settle in Iztapalapa, the prelude to Tenochtitlan.
  • 1524: in Colombia, the Spanish conqueror Rodrigo Galván de Bastidas founds the village of Santa Marta, the first town established by the Spanish in that region.
  • 1528: In the United States, the Spanish conqueror Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca is shipwrecked in the Gulf of Mexico and is the first known European to set foot in Texas.
  • 1617: in Spain the peace of Madrid is signed, which ends the war of Gradisca between the Republic of Venice and the Habsburg empire.
  • 1667: Johann Caspar Kerll’s musical drama Le pretensioni del sole, by Johann Caspar Kerll, is premiered in Munich (Germany).
  • 1789: in Rome, Pope Pius VI appoints the priest John Carroll as the first Catholic bishop of the United States.
  • 1809: in Buenos Aires, Viceroy Baltasar Hidalgo de Cisneros decrees free trade in the Viceroyalty of Río de la Plata.
  • 1813: in the Congress of Chilpancingo (Mexico), the priest José María Morelos formally declares the independence of the Spanish domain, when promulgating the Solemn Act of the Declaration of Independence of North America.
  • 1817: in Brazil, Pedro I (Pedro IV of Portugal) marries María Leopoldina of Austria.
  • 1836: in Brazil, Bento Gonçalves da Silva is appointed President of the Farroupilha Republic.
  • 1844: The Dominican Republic adopts its first constitution after gaining independence from Haiti on February 27.
  • 1860: In the United States, Abraham Lincoln is the first Republican to be elected president (No. 16).
  • 1861: in the framework of the American civil war, Jefferson Davis is elected president of the Confederate States of North America.
  • 1869: the first intercollegiate football game is played in New Brunswick (New Jersey, United States) (Rutgers: 6, Princeton: 4).
  • 1873: The Halifax Rugby League Football Club is founded in the United States.
  • 1878: in Argentina, the troops of Lieutenant Colonel Conrado Villegas capture the chief Pincén.
  • 1881: Peruvian President Francisco García Calderón is kidnapped and deported to Chile in the armored Almirante Cochrane, thus ending his participation in events as President of Peru.
  • 1887: Celtic Football Club is founded in Glasgow, Scotland
  • 1888: In the United States, the Democratic candidate Grover Cleveland wins the popular vote, but loses in the electoral college to Republican Benjamin Harrison.
  • 1888: in Brazil, on her second visit to the Basilica of Aparecida, Princess Isabel of Brazil (1846-1921) offers the statue of the Virgin a gold crown set with diamonds and rubies, along with a blue mantle.
  • 1891: in Chile, Jorge Montt is elected president.
  • 1892: in Italy general political elections are held for the 18th legislature.
  • 1899: in Ecuador, Santo Domingo is recognized as a town.
  • 1900: in the United States, the republican candidate William McKinley is reelected president after defeating the democrat William Jennings Bryan.
  • 1903: in Argentina, the expert Francisco Pascasio Moreno donates to the foundation of the first national park three leagues of the land in Patagonia that was awarded to him for his work on the border with Chile.
  • 1911: in Mexico, Francisco Madero assumes the presidency.
  • 1913: Mahatma Gandhi is arrested while leading the march of Indian miners in South Africa.
  • 1917: in Passchendaele (Belgium), in the framework of the First World War, after three months of terrible fighting, Canadian forces win in the Third Battle of Ypres.
  • 1917: in Russia, the fight between the rebellious Bolsheviks and the Russian tsarist troops spreads to the strategic points of Saint Petersburg. The Russian Revolution begins.
  • 1919: Sighişoara, a political organization related to the German Party, is founded in Romania.
  • 1921: in Moscow (Russia), a demonstration of people gather in Lubjanka Square, headquarters of the KGB, and destroy the statue of the founder of the secret service.
  • 1928: in France the government of Raymond Poincaré resigned.
  • 1928: in the United States, the republican candidate Herbert Hoover is chosen president after defeating the democrat Alfred E. Smith.
  • 1928: in Sweden the tradition of eating Gustavo Adolfo cakes begins to commemorate the king (who died on this date in 1632).
  • 1932: The eighth parliamentary elections are held in Germany, and the Germans go to the polls for the fourth time that year. The Nazi Party continues to be the most voted, but it is still unable to reach a parliamentary majority.
  • 1934: the Democratic Party, headed by Franklin Delano Roosevelt, wins the elections to the United States Congress.
  • 1935: in New York (United States), the engineer Edwin Armstrong presents his work Method to reduce interference in radio signals by means of a frequency modulation system. (See modulated frequency).
  • 1935: In Brooklands (England), the K5083 prototype of the Hawker Hurricane makes its first flight piloted by Captain George P. W. S. Bulman.
  • 1936: the Spanish Government moves from Madrid to Valencia.
  • 1939: in the framework of the Second World War, the Sonderaktion Krakau happens.
  • 1939: The Hedda Hopper Show debuts in the United States, with Hollywood gossip expert Hedda Hopper. The show lasted until 1951 and made Hopper a powerful figure in Hollywood entertainment.
  • 1941: in the framework of World War II, Soviet leader Joseph Stalin addresses the people of the Soviet Union for the second time in his twenty years of rule. It states that although 0.35 million soldiers died in the German attacks, the Nazis lost 4.5 million soldiers (an exaggeration) and that Soviet victory is near.
  • 1947: In the United States the television program Meet the press begins (it would have a weekly presentation until September 12, 1948).
  • 1950: a new constitution is promulgated in Nicaragua.
  • 1951: at the Avellaneda Polyclinic, Eva Perón undergoes surgery due to her cancer. The intervention was performed by Dr. Ricardo Finochietto, brother of the prestigious surgeon Enrique Finochietto.
  • 1955: in Morocco, Mohamed V returns to the throne after his exile decreed by the French invaders.
  • 1956: in the United States, the republican candidate Dwight D. Eisenhower is reelected president after defeating the democrat Adlai E. Stevenson.
  • 1957: in France, Félix Gaillard is appointed prime minister.
  • 1962: in the United States (a country that committed apartheid until 1965), the United Nations General Assembly presents a resolution condemning apartheid in South Africa and calls on all member states to block all economic and military relations with that nation.
  • 1963: in Vietnam, in the framework of the Vietnam War, after the coup and assassination of President Ngo Dinh Diem on November 1, the coup general Duong Van Minh takes over the Government of South Vietnam.
  • 1965: Cuba and the United States formally agree to emigrate about 3,000 Cubans per month. By 1971, a quarter of a million Cubans had taken advantage of this Freedom Flights program.
  • 1971: On Amchitka Island (Aleutian Islands), the United States Atomic Energy Commission detonates Cannikin, the world’s largest underground hydrogen bomb.
  • 1975: the Green March begins in Morocco: 350,000 unarmed Moroccans unite in the southern city of Tarfaya and await a signal from King Hassan II to cross into the Spanish Sahara to force the withdrawal of the invading Spanish troops.
  • 1975: in London, the punk band Sex Pistols play their first concert at the St. Martin School of the Arts.
  • 1977: in Georgia (United States) the Kelly Barnes dam falls, killing 39 people.
  • 1977: in San Francisco (California) Grass Day is celebrated, a smoke for the legalization of marijuana.
  • 1983: in Turkey, the Motherland Party wins the general elections, with 45% of the votes.
  • 1984: in Nicaragua, the FSLN wins the presidential elections.
  • 1984: in the United States, Ronald Reagan is reelected president when defeating Walter Mondale.
  • 1985: in Colombia, 35 M-19 guerrillas attack the Palace of Justice in Bogotá, taking 400 people hostage (including the 11 judges of the Supreme Court of Justice). By order of the Government, the Colombian Army retakes control of the building after a failed negotiation. 115 people (including 11 judges, more than 70 hostages, and almost all the guerrillas) are killed by subversives and amidst the crossfire.
  • 1985: In the European Union, the foreign ministers of 18 European countries sign the Eureka letter on cutting-edge technology for peace.
  • 1985: in Portugal, Prime Minister Aníbal Cavaco Silva takes office.
  • 1986: in the United States, the press reveals that President Ronald Reagan authorized the supply of arms to Iran, in what was called the Irangate scandal (pun intended to relate it to the Watergate case, which served to resign from the President Richard Nixon).
  • 1987: in Japan Noburu Takeshita is appointed Prime Minister by Parliament, after Yasuhiro Nakasone resigns.
  • 1987: in Guanajuato (Mexico), the Spanish president Felipe González, inaugurates the Don Quixote Museum.
  • 1988: an earthquake in Yunnam (south-west China) causes 730 deaths, 4014 injuries and heavy material losses.
  • 1988: in France a referendum is held on the Matignon agreements.
  • 1988: In the United Kingdom, ex-beatle Ringo Starr enters a rehabilitation center for alcohol.
  • 1989: In the United States, Kitty Dukakis, wife of presidential candidate and Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis, is hospitalized for drinking alcohol from massages.
  • 1990: Hungary joins the Council of Europe.
  • 1991: in Russia the KGB is officially closed.
  • 1992: the television channel CRE Televisión is founded in Ecuador, the first television channel in that country to have 2 VHF and UHF frequency bands.
  • 1993: in New York (United States), Federico Mayor Zaragoza is re-elected for a new term as director of UNESCO.
  • 1994: in Tajikistan the first post-Soviet constitution is approved in a popular referendum and President Imamali Raymonov is elected.
  • 1996: Croatia joins the European Union.
  • 1996: In Mexico, Pope John Paul II inaugurates the Eparchy of Our Lady of the Martyrs of Lebanon in Mexico.
  • 1998: in Spain, the Government sends the British authorities a request for the extradition of former Chilean ruler Augusto Pinochet, at the request of the judge of the National High Court Baltasar Garzón.
  • 1998: In Havana the National Museum of Dance is inaugurated, under the idea of ​​the dancer Alicia Alonso.
  • 1999: in Australia, in a referendum the Australians agree to keep the Queen of England as their head of state.
  • 2001: in Belgium, the national airline Sabena files for bankruptcy.
  • 2001: in the United States, the republican billionaire Michael Bloomberg is elected mayor of New York.
  • 2001: in Northern Ireland, David Trimble is reelected prime minister.
  • 2002: in Venezuela, Admirals Héctor Ramírez, Daniel Comisso and José Noriega, linked to the coup d’état of April 11 against the constitutional president Hugo Chávez, do not recognize the decision of the Navy to dismiss them.
  • 2002: in France, a fire on the Paris-Vienna train causes the death of 12 people.
  • 2002 – In the United States, Winona Ryder is convicted of stealing $ 5,500 worth of items from a New York boutique.
  • 2004: In England, an express train collides with a parked car near the town of Ufton Nervet, leaving 6 dead and 150 injured.
  • 2004: In the United States, the United Nations calls an emergency meeting of the Security Council regarding the civil war in Côte d’Ivoire.
  • 2005: Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori arrives in Santiago de Chile from Tokyo, aboard a private flight, ending his Japanese exile.
  • 2005: In the United States, the Evansville tornado kills 22 people in Indiana and Kentucky.
  • 2005: In Burma, the military junta moves its ministries from Rangoon to Pyinmana.
  • 2006: in Nairobi (Kenya) the XII World Climate Summit is inaugurated.
  • 2011: the second round of the general elections takes place in Guatemala.
  • 2012: in the United States, Democrat Barack Obama is reelected president after defeating Republican Mitt Romney
  • 2015: launch of the first game in the Yo-Kai Watch series for Nintendo 3DS.
  • 2019: Terry Bogard joins the fight in Super Smash Bros Ultimate as the first SNK character in the series.

Who was Born “A Day as Today”?

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Who was Born “A Day as Today”?

November 6 – A Day as Today

  • 1391: Edmund de Mortimer, English politician (d. 1425).
  • 1479: Juana I of Castile, titular queen of Castile, Aragon and Navarre, wife of King Felipe I (f. 1555).
  • 1494: Suleiman I the Magnificent, Ottoman Turkish military man, sultan since 1520 (d. 1566).
  • 1510: John Caius, English physicist (d. 1573).
  • 1661: Carlos II of Spain, last king of the Habsburg dynasty (c. 1700).
  • 1671: Colley Cibber, English actor, poet and playwright (d. 1757).
  • 1692: Louis Racine, French poet (d. 1763).
  • 1711: Andrés Piquer, Spanish physician and philosopher (d. 1772).
  • 1753: Mikhail Kozlovsky, Russian sculptor (d. 1802).
  • 1753: Jean-Baptiste Breval, French composer (d. 1823).
  • 1757: Louis Abel Beffroy de Reigný, French playwright and journalist.
  • 1771: Alois Senefelder, Austrian engineer, inventor of lithography.
  • 1794: Aimable Pelissier, French general and statesman (d. 1864).
  • 1800: August Eduard Grell, German composer.
  • 1804: Severo de Mendonça, Portuguese politician and military man (f. 1875).
  • 1807: Charles Antoniewicz, Jesuit and Polish missionary.
  • 1807: Leopoldo Río de la Loza, Mexican doctor, founder of the School of Chemical Sciences (f. 1876).
  • 1814: Adolphe Sax, Belgian luthier, inventor of the saxophone (d. 1894).
  • 1825: Charles Garnier, French architect (d. 1898).
  • 1832: Severo Catalina del Amo, Spanish politician and writer (d. 1871).
  • 1833: Jonas Lie, Norwegian writer (d. 1928).
  • 1835: Cesare Lombroso (Ezechia Marco Lombroso), Italian pseudoscientific physician and criminologist (d. 1909).
  • 1836 – Francis Abbott, American philosopher.
  • 1841: Nelson W. Aldrich, United States Senator from Rhode Island (d. 1915).
  • 1841: Armand Fallières, French President (d. 1931).
  • 1851: Charles Henry Dow, American journalist and economist (d. 1902).
  • 1854: John Philip Sousa, American composer (d. 1932).
  • 1855 – Ezra Seymour Gosney, American eugenicist and philanthropist (d. 1942).
  • 1856: Nicolas Nikolayevich Romanov, Russian general (d. 1929).
  • 1857: Juan Nicolás Dávalos Betancourt, Cuban bacteriologist.
  • 1860: Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Polish pianist, composer and president (d. 1941).
  • 1861: James Naismith, Canadian educator inventor of basketball (d. 1939).
  • 1865 – William Boog Leishman, British physician.
  • 1867: Domingo Ramos Enríquez, Cuban painter.
  • 1878: Kurt Goldstein, German anti-fascist (d. 1965).
  • 1880: Robert Musil, Austrian novelist (d. 1942).
  • 1881 – Thomas H. Ince, American filmmaker and producer (d. 1924).
  • 1882: Feng Yuxiang, Chinese Republican warlord and politician (d. 1948)
  • 1886: Zhu De, Chinese politician (d. 1976).
  • 1886: Ida Barney, American astronomer (d. 1982)
  • 1887: Walter Johnson, American baseball player (d. 1946).
  • 1887: Cesáreo L. Berisso, Uruguayan aviator (d. 1971).
  • 1891: José Miguel de la Quadra-Salcedo, Spanish architect (d. 1952).
  • 1892: Sir John Alcock, British pilot.
  • 1892: Harold Ross, American editor, of The New Yorker newspaper (d. 1951).
  • 1893: Edsel Ford, American businessman (d. 1943).
  • 1905: Pedro Antonio Ríos Reyna, Venezuelan violinist, composer, conductor and cultural promoter (d. 1971).
  • 1906: Emma Lehmer, American mathematician, of Russian origin. (f. 2007).
  • 1907: Rafael Zabaleta, Spanish painter (d. 1960).
  • 1908: Françoise Dolto, French pediatrician and psychoanalyst (f. 1988).
  • 1910 – Everett Claire Olson, American zoologist, paleontologist, and geologist. (f. [1993).
  • 1910: Miguel Reale, Brazilian philosopher and jurist (f. 2006).
  • 1910: Demetrio Vallejo, Mexican politician (d. 1985).
  • 1914: Jonathan Harris, American television and stage actor (d. 2002).
  • 1916: Ray Conniff, American conductor and arranger (f. 2002).
  • 1917: Sharaf Rashidov, Soviet politician (d. 1983).
  • 1919: Sophia de Mello Breyner, Portuguese poet and writer (d. 2004).
  • 1919: Jaume Elías, Spanish soccer player (d. 1977).
  • 1921: James Jones, American writer (d. 1977).
  • 1923: Pola Alonso, Argentine actress (f. 2004).
  • 1929: Juan Carlos Gené, Argentine actor and playwright (d. 2012).
  • 1931: Peter Collins, British Formula 1 driver (d. 1958).
  • 1931: Mike Nichols, German filmmaker (d. 2014).
  • 1932: Stonewall Jackson, American country musician.
  • 1932: François Englert, Belgian physicist.
  • 1933: Else Ackermann, German politician.
  • 1935: Mónica Cahen D’Anvers, Argentine journalist
  • 1936: Emil Loteanu, Moldovan filmmaker, actor and writer (d. 2003).
  • 1936: Rafael Manzano, Spanish architect.
  • 1937: Riah Abu-El-Assal, Palestinian-Israeli Anglican Bishop.
  • 1937: Garry Gross, American photographer (d. 2010).
  • 1937: Isaac Wrzacki, Argentine actor and singer-songwriter.
  • 1939: Carlos Emilio Morales, Cuban guitarist (f. 2014).
  • 1939: Michael Schwerner, American civil rights activist (d. 1964).
  • 1940: Enrique Bernales, Peruvian constitutional lawyer and politician (d. 2018).
  • 1940: Andrés Resino, Spanish actor (d. 2011).
  • 1940: Clara Janés, Spanish writer, editor and translator.
  • 1943: Roberto Telch, Argentine soccer player (f. 2014).
  • 1946: Sally Field, American actress.
  • 1947: George Young, Australian musician and singer-songwriter, of the band AC / DC (d. 2017).
  • 1948: Glenn Frey, American musician and singer-songwriter, of the band The Eagles (f. 2016).
  • 1948: Robert Hübner, German chess player.
  • 1949: Brad Davis, American actor (d. 1991).
  • 1949: Arturo Sandoval, Cuban trumpeter.
  • 1951: Nigel Havers, British actor.
  • 1952: Michael Cunningham, American writer.
  • 1954: Karin Fossum, Norwegian writer.
  • 1954: Mango, Italian singer (d. 2014).
  • 1955: Maria Shriver, American journalist.
  • 1957: Ciro Gomes, Brazilian politician.
  • 1957: Lori Singer, American actress.
  • 1958: Urs Freuler, Swiss cyclist.
  • 1958: Pedro Muñoz Machín, Spanish cyclist.
  • 1958: Edgar Barquín, Guatemalan politician.
  • 1959: Gustavo Nocetti, Uruguayan tango singer (f. 2002).
  • 1961: Florent Pagny, French singer.
  • 1963: Fabio Zambrana Marchetti, Bolivian singer-songwriter and musician, of the Azul Azul band.
  • 1963: Rozz Williams, American musician, of the band Christian Death.
  • 1964: Kerry Conran, American filmmaker.
  • 1964: Félix Sarriugarte, Spanish soccer player and coach.
  • 1965: Nora Briozzo, Argentine presenter.
  • 1965: Gabo Ferro, Argentine rock musician.
  • 1965: Greg Graffin, American singer and songwriter, of the band Bad Religion.
  • 1965: Yayo Guridi (José Carlos Guridi), Argentine television comedian.
  • 1966: Paul Gilbert, guitarist and American singer.
  • 1967: Rebecca Schaeffer, American actress (f. 1989).
  • 1967: Massimo Ficcadenti, Italian footballer.
  • 1970: Sebastián Estevanez, Argentine actor.
  • 1970: Ethan Hawke, American actor.
  • 1972: Thandie Newton, Zambian actress.
  • 1972: Rebecca Romijn, American actress.
  • 1974: Frank Vandenbroucke, Belgian cyclist (d. 2009).
  • 1976: José Pablo Burtovoy, Argentine footballer.
  • 1976: Mike Herrera, American singer and bassist, of the band MxPx.
  • 1976: Pat Tillman, American football player (d. 2004).
  • 1977: Pádraic Delaney, Irish actor.
  • 1978: Jolina Magdangal, Filipino television presenter, singer and actress.
  • 1979: Lamar Odom, American basketball player.
  • 1981: Jorge Achucarro, Paraguayan soccer player.
  • 1981: Mariano Uglessich, Argentine footballer.
  • 1981: Kaspars Gorkšs, Latvian footballer.
  • 1982: Oleksiy Gai, Ukrainian footballer.
  • 1983: Ubay Luzardo, Spanish footballer.
  • 1983: Monica Mattos, Brazilian pornographic actress.
  • 1983: Francisca Almeida, Portuguese politician.
  • 1984: Guillermo Santa Cruz, Argentine actor.
  • 1984: Julián Kartun, Argentine actor.
  • 1984: Stefano Guberti, Italian footballer.
  • 1986: Bruno Urribarri, Argentine footballer.
  • 1987: Ana Ivanović, Serbian tennis player.
  • 1988: Emma Stone, American actress.
  • 1988: Conchita Wurst, Austrian singer.
  • 1988: James Paxton, Canadian baseball player.
  • 1989: Jozy Altidore, American footballer.
  • 1989: Jackie Sauza, actress and former Mexican model.
  • 1990: André Schürrle, German footballer.
  • 1990: Wu Yi Fan, former member of the South Korean band EXO, model, actor and solo singer.
  • 1990: Dorothea Barth Jörgensen, Swedish model.
  • 1991: Bjørn Johnsen, American footballer.
  • 1992: Alex Portillo, Spanish footballer.
  • 1995: André Silva, Portuguese soccer player.
  • 1995: Jordan Williams, Welsh footballer.
  • 1995: Diego Fernando Rodríguez, Honduran soccer player.
  • 1997: Hero Fiennes-Tiffin, British actor and model.

Who Left Us “A Day as Today”?

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Who Left Us “A Day as Today”?

November 6 – A Day as Today

  • 396: Xiaowu Di, Chinese emperor between 372 and 396.
  • 1003: John XVII, Catholic Pope in 1003 (n. ¿?).
  • 1231: Tsuchimikado, Japanese emperor between 1198 and 1210 (b. 1196).
  • 1406: Innocent VII, Catholic Pope between 1404 and 1406 (n.1336).
  • 1632: Gustav II Adolf, Swedish king between 1611 and 1632 (b. 1594).
  • 1650: William II, Dutch aristocrat (b.1626).
  • 1656: Juan IV, Portuguese king between 1640 and 1656 (b.1604).
  • 1666: Luisa Francisca de Guzmán, Portuguese queen consort (b. 1613).
  • 1672: Heinrich Schütz, German composer (b. 1585).
  • 1692: Gédéon Tallemant des Réaux, French writer (b.1619).
  • 1730: Hans Hermann von Katte, German military and aristocrat (b.1704).
  • 1752: Ralph Erskine, British minister of religion (b.1685).
  • 1771 – John Bevis, British physicist and astronomer (b. 1695).
  • 1790 – James Bowdoin, American revolutionary politician (b. 1726).
  • 1816: Governor Morris, American diplomat (b. 1752).
  • 1817: Carlota Augusta of Hannover, British princess (b. 1796).
  • 1822: Claude Louis Berthollet, French chemist (b. 1748).
  • 1836: Charles X, French king between 1824 and 1830 (b. 1757).
  • 1872: George Gordon Meade, American military man (b. 1815).
  • 1873: Francisco Maceo, Cuban military man, major general of the Liberation Army.
  • 1876: Giacomo Antonelli, Italian cardinal (b.1806).
  • 1880: Estanislao del Campo, Argentine writer (b. 1834).
  • 1888: Francisco María Tubino, Spanish journalist, politician and archaeologist (b. 1833).
  • 1890: Antonio Cortina Farinós, Spanish painter (b. 1841).
  • 1892: Juana Manuela Gorriti, Argentine writer, journalist and cook (b. 1818).
  • 1893: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Russian composer (b. 1840).
  • 1910: Giuseppe Cesare Abba, Italian patriot and writer (b. 1838).
  • 1912: Mykola Lysenko, Ukrainian composer (b. 1842).
  • 1920: Arturo Soria, engineer and Spanish urban planner (b. 1844).
  • 1925: Khai Dinh, Vietnamese Emperor (b. 1885).
  • 1929: Maximilian of Baden, German Chancellor in 1918 (b. 1867).
  • 1930: Adolf Wölfli, Swiss painter (b.1864).
  • 1936 – Henry Bourne Joy, American automobile entrepreneur (b.1864).
  • 1939: Adolf Brütt, German sculptor (b. 1855).
  • 1941: Joachim Gottschalk, German actor (b.1904).
  • 1941: Maurice Leblanc, French writer (b.1864).
  • 1959: José P. Laurel, Philippine president between 1943 and 1945 (b. 1881).
  • 1959: Juan Carlos Dávalos, Argentine poet and writer (b. 1887).
  • 1960: Erich Raeder, German admiral (b. 1876).
  • 1963: Pérola Byington, Brazilian philanthropist and social activist (b. 1879).
  • 1964: Hans von Euler-Chelpin, Swedish chemist of German origin, Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1929 (b. 1863).
  • 1964: Hugo Koblet, Swiss cyclist (b.1925).
  • 1964: Anita Malfatti, Brazilian modernist painter (b. 1889).
  • 1965: Edgard Varèse, French-American composer (b.1883).
  • 1965: Clarence Williams, American jazz musician (b.1898).
  • 1968: Charles Munch, French conductor and violinist (b. 1891).
  • 1970: Agustín Lara, Mexican composer, singer-songwriter and poet (b. 1897).
  • 1978: Harry Bertoia, Italian artist and designer (b.1915).
  • 1978: Henri Suter, Swiss cyclist (b.1899).
  • 1984: Gastón Suárez, Bolivian playwright and writer (b.1929).
  • 1984: José Antonio Coderch, Spanish architect (b. 1913).
  • 1985: Aquiles Lanza, Uruguayan politician (b.1924).
  • 1986: Elisabeth Grümmer, German soprano (b.1911).
  • 1986: Lili Kraus, Hungarian classical pianist (b.1903).
  • 1987: Jean Rivier, French composer (b.1896).
  • 1989: Yusaku Matsuda, Japanese actor (b.1949).
  • 1991: Gene Tierney, American actress (b.1920).
  • 1996: Mario Savio, American activist (b.1942).
  • 1997: María de Lourdes, Mexican singer (b. 1939).
  • 1998: Niklas Luhmann, German sociologist (b.1927).
  • 1999: José María Caffarel, Spanish actor (b.1919).
  • 2000: L. Sprague de Camp, American science fiction writer (b. 1907).
  • 2001: Anthony Shaffer, British playwright (b. 1926).
  • 2002: Alfonso Martínez Domínguez, Mexican politician (b. 1922).
  • 2003: Pit Krüger, German actor (b.1934).
  • 2003: Hendrika Rie Mastenbroek, Dutch swimmer (b.1919).
  • 2003: Eduardo Palomo, Mexican singer and actor (b. 1962).
  • 2004: Johnny Warren, Australian rugby player (b.1943).
  • 2005: Minako Honda, singer and Japanese musical actress (b. 1967).
  • 2006: Miguel Aceves Mejía, Mexican actor and singer (b.1915).
  • 2006: Paquito Fernández Ochoa, Spanish skier (b.1950).
  • 2006: Mara Goyanes, Spanish actress (b.1942).
  • 2009: Manuel Solís Palma, Panamanian politician, president between 1988 and 1989 (b.1917).
  • 2010: Jo Myong-Rok, North Korean military and politician (b.1928).
  • 2012: Clive Dunn, British actor (b.1920).
  • 2012: Carmen Martínez Sierra, opera singer and Spanish film and theater actress, dean of Spanish artists and the longest-serving of her guild (b.1904).
  • 2013: Vicky Lorca, Spanish writer, psychologist and feminist (b.1930).
  • 2015: José Ángel Espinoza, Mexican singer-songwriter and actor (b.1919).
  • 2016: Zoltán Kocsis, Hungarian pianist (b.1952).
  • 2019: Jan Stráský, Czech politician and banker, Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia in 1992 (b.1940).

What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”?

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What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”?

November 6 – A Day as Today

  • International Day for the Prevention of the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict.
  • Argentina:
    • Bank Worker’s Day.
    • National Parks Day, in honor of Perito Moreno.
  • Finland:
    • Official Flag Day.
    • Swedish Heritage Day.
  • Morocco: anniversary of the start of the government plan known as the “Green March”.
  • Dominican Republic: Constitution Day (1844).
  • Sweden: commemoration of the death of King Gustav II Adolf and Flag Day.
  • Tajikistan: Constitution Day (1994).
  • Autonomous University of Barcelona (Catalonia): UAB Festival.

Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today”

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Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today”

November 6 – A Day as Today

  • Saint Alexander Sauli
  • Saint Stephen of Apt
  • Saint Felix of Toniza
  • Saint Illutenant of Wales
  • Saint Leonardo of Noblac
  • Saint Melanius of Rennes
  • Saint Paul of Constantinople
  • Saint Protasius of Lausanne
  • San Severo of Barcelona
  • Saint Tybalt of Le Dorat
  • San Winoco de Taruanense

What Sign of the Zodiac Rules those Born “A Day as Today”?

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November 6 – A Day as Today

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November 6 – A Day as Today
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