November 27 in History
1095November 27, 1095:
Pope Urban II calls on Christians in the world to go to war with Muslims to reclaim Jerusalem (the Holy Land).
1895November 27, 1895:
The Nobel Prizes are established.
1924November 27, 1924:
The popular Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is held for the first time in New York City.
1946November 27, 1946:
England beats the Netherlands in a friendly football match by 8-2.
1960November 27, 1960:
Canadian ice hockey player Gordie Howe scores his 1000th goal in the National Hockey League.
1967November 27, 1967:
The Beatles release the record, “Magical Mystery Tour” as a double EP in the UK and an LP in the US.
1970November 27, 1970:
English rock musician George Harrison releases his third studio album, “All Things Must Pass”.
2005November 27, 2005:
Rapper 50 Cent performs at the star-studded bat mitzvah of 13-year-old Elizabeth Brooks, the daughter of David H. Brooks, CEO of DHB Industries, who would later be jailed for company embezzlement.
2011November 27, 2011:
2016November 27, 2016:
Nico Rosberg of Germany wins the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to claim his only Formula 1 World Driver’s Championship.