November 1948

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The following events occurred in November 1948:

November 1, 1948 (Monday)

November 2, 1948 (Tuesday)

November 3, 1948 (Wednesday)

November 4, 1948 (Thursday)

November 5, 1948 (Friday)

November 6, 1948 (Saturday)

November 7, 1948 (Sunday)

November 8, 1948 (Monday)

  • Nathuram Godse read a 30,000-word statement in Indian court confessing to the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi and explaining his motivation. Godse said that while he admired some of Gandhi's work, he considered him responsible for the creation of Pakistan and believed that the Gandhi policy of non-violence would make it easier for Pakistanis to occupy India.[8]

November 9, 1948 (Tuesday)

November 10, 1948 (Wednesday)

November 11, 1948 (Thursday)

November 12, 1948 (Friday)

November 13, 1948 (Saturday)

  • Riots broke out in several Paris suburbs in connection with a one-day Communist-ordered general strike. 30 policemen and many rioters were injured while a number of union leaders were arrested for trying to prevent non-strikers from working.[13]
  • Born: Humayun Ahmed, writer, dramatist, screenwriter and filmmaker, in Mohanganj, East Bengal (d. 2012); Robert Ginty, actor, producer and director, in Brooklyn, New York; Lockwood Smith, politician, in Paparoa, New Zealand

November 14, 1948 (Sunday)

November 15, 1948 (Monday)

November 16, 1948 (Tuesday)

November 17, 1948 (Wednesday)

  • By a vote of 373-211, the British House of Commons approved the Labour government's bill to nationalize the iron and steel industry.[19]
  • Russian authorities tightened control over East Berlin by announcing distribution of new identity cards for residents starting December 1.[20]
  • King Farouk of Egypt divorced his wife Farida for failing to bear a son.[21]
  • Born: Howard Dean, politician, in East Hampton, New York

November 18, 1948 (Thursday)

November 19, 1948 (Friday)

November 20, 1948 (Saturday)

November 21, 1948 (Sunday)

  • Madame Chiang Kai-shek made a radio broadcast from Nanjing to the United States urging "immediate and definite" aid to China, saying that if communism were to prevail there that "you, my friends, will ultimately also be suffering. For with China's strategic position, resources and manpower in Communist hands, you yourself will be greatly weakened. If China falls, all of Asia goes."[25]
  • Born: Michel Suleiman, President of Lebanon 2008–2014, in Amsheet, Lebanon
  • Died: Béla Miklós, 58, Hungarian military officer and acting Prime Minister of Hungary 1944–45

November 22, 1948 (Monday)

November 23, 1948 (Tuesday)

November 24, 1948 (Wednesday)

November 25, 1948 (Thursday)

November 26, 1948 (Friday)

November 27, 1948 (Saturday)

November 28, 1948 (Sunday)

November 29, 1948 (Monday)

November 30, 1948 (Tuesday)

References

  1. ^ "Kansas Votes Prohibition Repeal After 68 Years of Dry Experience". The New York Times: p. 1. November 5, 1948. 
  2. ^ Rosenthal, A. M. (November 4, 1948). "Nations Are United In Assembly Vote For Peace Pacts". The New York Times: p. 1. 
  3. ^ Brewer, Sam Pope (November 5, 1948). "U. N. Orders a Withdrawal In Negeb, Shelves Sanctions". The New York Times: p. 1. 
  4. ^ "The Snake Pit". American Film Institute. Retrieved May 20, 2018. 
  5. ^ "Italy, Greece Sign Treaty of Friendship". The New York Times: p. 4. November 6, 1948. 
  6. ^ Trimborn, Jürgen (2012). Leni Riefenstahl: A Life [eBook Edition]. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. ISBN 9781466821644. 
  7. ^ Newcomb, Horace, ed. (2004). Encyclopedia of Television. Fitzroy Dearborn. p. 2217. ISBN 9781579583941. 
  8. ^ Trumbull, Robert (November 9, 1948). "Assassin Declares Esteem For Gandhi". The New York Times: p. 2. 
  9. ^ "Nanking, Shanghai Get Martial Law; Suchow Is Flanked". The New York Times: p. 1. November 11, 1948. 
  10. ^ "Japan Held Guilty of Aggressive War". The New York Times: p. 2. November 10, 1948. 
  11. ^ Rosenthal, A. M. (November 12, 1948). "China In U. N. Says Reds Use Japanese". The New York Times: p. 13. 
  12. ^ "Tojo Condemned By Court To Hang; 24 Others Guilty". The New York Times: p. 1. November 12, 1948. 
  13. ^ Warren, Lansing (November 14, 1948). "50 Hurt in Paris Strike Clashes; General Tie-Up's Success Limited". The New York Times: p. 1. 
  14. ^ Matthews, Herbert L. (November 15, 1948). "Elizabeth Has Son, 2d In Royal Line; Both 'Doing Well'". The New York Times: p. 1, 3. 
  15. ^ Mick, Hayley (June 18, 2013). "Five things to expect when Britain's littlest heir is born". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved May 20, 2018. 
  16. ^ "London Cheers Royal Baby; Page Carries the Tidings". The New York Times: p. 1, 3. November 15, 1948. 
  17. ^ Donnelley, Paul (2000). Fade to Black: A Book of Movie Obituaries. New York: Omnibus Press. p. 697. ISBN 0-7119-9512-5. 
  18. ^ Matthews, Herbert L. (November 16, 1948). "Bribery Tribunal Opens in London". The New York Times: p. 15. 
  19. ^ Egan, Charles E. (November 18, 1948). "British Steel Bill Passes Key Stage". The New York Times: p. 10. 
  20. ^ Middleton, Drew (November 18, 1948). "Germans Will Get New Soviet Cards". The New York Times: p. 3. 
  21. ^ "2 Moslem Rulers Divorce Wives Who Bore No Sons". The New York Times: p. 1. November 18, 1948. 
  22. ^ Warden, Philip (November 19, 1948). "U.S. To Rush Rice To China". Chicago Daily Tribune. Chicago: p. 1. 
  23. ^ "Narcotics Protocol Signed By 47 Nations". The New York Times: p. 4. November 20, 1948. 
  24. ^ "Fight Russia Before She Has The A-Bomb- Bertrand Russell". Chicago Daily Tribune. Chicago: p. 1. November 21, 1948. 
  25. ^ "MMe. Chiang Cites U. S. Stake in Clash". The New York Times: p. 5. November 22, 1948. 
  26. ^ Welles, Benjamin (November 24, 1948). "Whole Empire Voices Sympathy For King George in His Ailment". The New York Times: p. 6. 
  27. ^ "Athens-Salonika Highway Is Ready for Operation". The New York Times: p. 5. November 24, 1948. 
  28. ^ "New Era Foreseen". The New York Times: p. 1. November 26, 1948. 
  29. ^ McGowen, Roscoe (November 24, 1948). "Boudreau of Indians Named Most Valuable American League Player". The New York Times: p. 38. 
  30. ^ Smith, Hugh (November 27, 1948). "Dail Approves Eire Republic Bill; Anniversary Promulgation Is Aim". The New York Times: p. 8. 
  31. ^ "CBS Gets Benny; NBC Assails Deal". The New York Times: p. 19. November 27, 1948. 
  32. ^ Warren, Lansing (November 28, 1948). "Communists Call Off French Strike, Order Miners to Return Tomorrow". The New York Times: p. 1. 
  33. ^ Danzig, Allison (November 28, 1948). "102,500 See Draw". The New York Times: p. S1. 
  34. ^ Parrott, Lindesay (November 29, 1948). "Tokyo Diet To Vote on Ashida Arrest". The New York Times: p. 17. 
  35. ^ Hamilton, Thomas J. (November 30, 1948). "Israel Files U. N. Application; Support by U. S. Is Foreseen". The New York Times: p. 1. 
  36. ^ Wierzbicki, James (2016). Music in the Age of Anxiety: American Music in the Fifties. University of Illinois Press. p. 122. ISBN 9780252098277. 
  37. ^ "Negro League Dissolved". The New York Times: p. 40. December 1, 1948. 
  38. ^ "Doak Walker of S.M.U. to Get Heisman Trophy". Decatur Herald. Decatur, Illinois: p. 16. December 1, 1948. 
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