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|1795 – French Revolution: Under the terms of a new constitution that was ratified during the aftermath of the Reign of Terror and the subsequent Thermidorian Reaction, the Directory succeeded the National Convention as the executive government of France.||refimprove|
|1898 – Organized cheerleading was born at the University of Minnesota when student Johnny Campbell directed a crowd attending an American college football game to cheer on their team.||unreferenced sections|
|1936 – The BBC Television Service launched as the world's first regular, public all-electronic "high-definition" television service.||incomplete|
|1959 – The M1 motorway, the first inter-urban motorway to be completed in the United Kingdom, opened between Watford and Crick/Rugby.||unreferenced section|
|1988 – The Morris worm, the first computer worm distributed via the Internet to gain significant mainstream media attention, was launched by university student Robert Tappan Morris.||refimprove|
- 1932 – The Australian military began a "war against emus", a flightless native bird blamed for widespread damage to crops in Western Australia.
- 1947 – Industrialist and aviator Howard Hughes flew the "Spruce Goose", the largest flying boat ever built, on its maiden flight from the coast of Long Beach, California.
- 1949 – The Dutch–Indonesian Round Table Conference ended with the Netherlands agreeing to transfer sovereignty of the Dutch East Indies to the United States of Indonesia.
- 1957 – A large number of people witnessed a fiery object in the sky near Levelland, Texas, US, which the United States Air Force said was ball lightning.
- 1959 – American intellectual Charles Van Doren caused a national scandal when he admitted that he had foreknowledge of the questions and answers when he appeared on the television game show Twenty One.
- 1960 – In the trial R v Penguin Books Ltd. publisher Penguin Books was acquitted of obscenity for the publication of [Lady Chatterley's Lover]] by D. H. Lawrence.
- 1963 – Ngo Dinh Diem Sūþfietnames Foresittend (pictured) ƿæs ofslōgon, marking the culmination of a coup d'état led by Duong Van Minh.
- 1965 – American Quaker Norman Morrison set himself on fire in front of the Pentagon to protest the United States' involvement in the Vietnam War.
- 1995 – Former South African Minister of Defence Magnus Malan and 10 other former senior military officers were arrested and charged with 13 murders in the KwaMakhutha massacre of 1987.
- 2000 – Aboard Expedition 1, American astronaut William Shepherd and Russian cosmonauts Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Gidzenko became the first resident crew to arrive at the International Space Station.
- 2004 – Dutch film director Theo van Gogh, whose film Submission was critical of the treatment of women in Islam, was assassinated by Mohammed Bouyeri.
- Le Quang Tung/1963 South Vietnamese coup featured on November 1, Nguyen Ngoc Tho on November 6, and 1960 South Vietnamese coup attempt on November 11; including Ngo Dinh Diem assassination, ideally only one of these should be used per year to avoid topic fatigue.
2. dæg Blotmonðes : Eallra Saƿla Mæssedæg (Ƿesterne Cristendōm)
- 619 – Gaozu Cāsere geþafode þe Ēastturcas sleah Ƿestturcena cyning, and þis þing ƿæs ærlic dǣd þæs Tang fare ƿiþ þā Ƿestturcas.
- 1889 – Se Dakota Landscipe, Gedihte landscipe þāra Geānedan Rīca, ƿæs bedæled and ƿeard Norþdakota and Sūþdakota þā rīcu.
- 1917 – Arþur Balfour se Bryttisca Elelendisc Rīcesambeht sƿutolede þone Balfour Gebann, þærin abannede he Bretta lēodƿeardes fultum þe man staþole Iudea eard in Palestinan.
- 1964 –Saud Saudisc Arabea Cyning ƿæs gesetted ūt of his cynedōm be his healfbrōdor Faisal forþæm þe Saud ƿæs lysu and ēac earg ƿiþ Ægyptes socialism under Gamal Abdel Nasser.
- 2007 – In Tiflise on Georgie, up to 100,000 menn st ōd in þære stræte þe hie ƿiþsetten þæs rīces lēodƿeard þone lǣd Mikheil Saakashvili Foresittend.