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10th November

1674
During the 3rd Anglo-Dutch War, on 10th November, 1674, as provided in the Agreement of Westminster, Netherlands conceded New Netherland to England. The Third Anglo-Dutch War or the 3rd English War was a armed battle what held between the Dutch Republic and the Kingdom of England. The battle lasted between the years 1672 and early 1674. This was part of the larger Anglo-Dutch Wars. In the year 1670, Louis XIV of France and Charles II of England decided the secret Agreement of Dover what meaning to subjugate the Dutch state. England’s Royal Navy joined France in its occurrence on the Republic in the year 1672, but was unfulfilled in its efforts to obstruction the Dutch coast by 4 strategic conquests of Lieutenant-Admiral Michiel de Ruyter. The Treaty of Westminster of 1674 was the concord agreement what finally ended the Third Anglo-Dutch War. The agreement was signed by the England and Netherlands. This provided for the return of the colony of New Netherland to England and rehabilitated the contract of Breda of the year 1667. It gave for a mixed command for the directive of commerce, chiefly in the East Indies.

1793
On 10th November, 1793, a Goddess of Reason was announced by the French Convention. This announcement held at the offer of Pierre Gaspard Chaumette. The Cult of Reason was France’s 1st recognized state what sponsored atheistic religion, envisioned as a replacement for Roman Catholicism through the French Rebellion. This also totaled Robespierre’s Cult of the Supreme Being. The National Convention was the 3rd government of the French Rebellion. This was following the 2 years National Constituent Assembly and the one-year Lawmaking Assembly. This was developed after the great insurgence of 10th August 1792. This was the 1st French government what developed as a republic, abandoning the kingdom overall. The Convention sat as a single-chamber gettogether from 20th September 1792 to 26th October 1795. Pierre Gaspard Chaumette was a popular French politician of the Radical period.

1898
Opening of the Wilmington rebellion of the year 1898, the only occurrence of a municipal government existence defeated in United States history on 10th November, 1898. The Wilmington insurrection of 1898 is also called as the Wilmington massacre of the year 1898 or the Wilmington race riot of the year 1898 and started in Wilmington, North Carolina on 10th November, 1898 and this sustained for few days. This is measured a revolving point in post-Reconstruction North Carolina politics. The occasion marks an period of more plain racial separation and real marginalization of African-Americans through the South.

1940
The 1940 Vrancea earthquake hit Romania on 10th November, 1940 what killed around 1,000 people and injured about 4,000 people. It destroyed many properties. The 1940 Vrancea earthquake and it is also called as the 1940 Bucharest earthquake. This held on 10th November 1940, in Romania when the popular of the inhabitants was at home. The 1940 earthquake recorded a rector scale of 7.7 on the Richter scale, being the strongest earthquake confirmed in the 20th century in Romania. Its epicenter lay in the Vrancea region at a depth of about 133 km. Romania is an independent state what situated in Southeastern Europe.

1944
On 10th November, 1944, the ammunition ship USS Mount Hood exploded at Seeadler Harbour, Manus, Admiralty Islands and it killed at least 432 people and wounding 371 people. USS Mount Hood was the major ship of her class of ammo ships for the United States Navy in the Second World War. She was the 1st ship called after Mount Hood, a volcano in the Waterfall Range in Oregon. On 10th November 1944, presently after 18 men had deceased for shore leave, the rest of the troop were murdered when the ship detonated in Seeadler Harbor at Manus Island in Papua New Guinea. The ship was destroyed while also dipping or harshly destructive 22 smaller craft near. Manus Island is portion of Manus Area in northern Papua New Guinea. This is the largest of the Admiralty Islands. The Admiralty Islands are combination of an archipelago group of 18 islands what are located in the Bismarck Archipelago, to the north of New Guinea in the South Pacific Ocean. These are also occasionally named the Manus Islands, after the largest island.

1969
National Educational Television in the United States introduced Sesame Street on 10th November, 1969. National Educational Television was an United States what is the popular educational broadcast television network. This was kept by the Ford Foundation and later co-owned by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Operating from 16th May, 1954, to 4th October 1970, it was substituted on 5th October, 1970, by its direct inheritor, the Public Broadcasting Service which endured in process and has associations with many television stations that were formerly part of NET. Sesame Street is a long-running American educational children’s television series. This was very popular for long time and it combined live action, animation, sketch comedy and puppetry. This is formed by Sesame Workshop and was formed by Joan Ganz Cooney and Lloyd Morrisett.

1970
During the Vietnam War, on 10th November, 1970 in Vietnamization, For the first time in 5 years, an entire week ended with no reports of American battle fatalities in Southeast Asia. The Vietnam War is also called as the 2nd Indochina War. It is called in Vietnam as the Resistance War Against America or simply the American battle. This was a battle that happened in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia from 1st November 1955 to the fall of Saigon on 30th April 1975. Vietnamization of the battle was a policy of the Richard Nixon administration what ended U.S. connection in the Vietnam Battle through a program to “expand, equip, and train South Vietnam’s forces and allocate to them an ever-increasing battle role, at the similar period progressively dropping the number of U.S. battle military.

1983
On 10th November, 1983, Bill Gates introduced Windows 1.0. William Henry Gates III is a popular person. He is an American investor, business magnate, author, philanthropist, and co-founder of the Microsoft Corporation along with Paul Allen. In the year 1975, Gates and Allen started Microsoft, which became the world’s largest PC software corporation. Gates held the places of chairman, CEO and chief software architect, though also existence the largest separate shareholder until May 2014. Windows 1.0 is a graphical personal computer operating system for the environment established by Microsoft. Microsoft had worked with Apple Computer to progress requests for Apple’s January 1984 original Macintosh. Windows 1.0 was first released on 20th November, 1985, as the 1st version of the Microsoft Windows line. This OS ran as a graphical, 16-bit multi-tasking shell on top of an present MS-DOS installation.

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