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Calendar page 2023: November 22

The current calendar page for November 22, 2023:

47th calendar week, 326th day of the year

39 days until the end of the year

Astrological sign: Scorpio

Name day: Cecilia


2022 - Burglars rob the Celtic Roman Museum in Manching near Ingolstadt of a gold treasure from the Celtic period that is over 2000 years old. Archaeologists had discovered the 483 coins with an estimated commercial value of 1.6 million euros in 1999.

2018 - Stephan Harbarth, vice-chairman of the CDU/CSU parliamentary group, is elected to the First Senate of the Federal Constitutional Court by the Bundestag. In 2020, he succeeds Andreas Voßkuhle as President of Germany's highest court.

2013 - Norway's Magnus Carlsen is the new world chess champion. The 22-year-old secures the overall victory in the tenth of twelve scheduled games against the previous champion Viswanathan Anand from India.

1998 - For the first time, a case of euthanasia is shown on television in the USA. The CBS channel broadcasts a video documenting the killing of a patient by the controversial doctor Jack Kevorkian.

1983 - The Bundestag approves the controversial deployment of new US medium-range missiles of the "Pershing II" type in the Federal Republic of Germany in accordance with the NATO Double-Track Decision.

1975 - Two days after the death of dictator Francisco Franco, the monarchy is reinstated in Spain with the proclamation of Juan Carlos as king.

1968 - The Beatles' "White Album" is released. The official title of the double LP with the plain white cover by artist Richard Hamilton was "The Beatles".

1963 - American President John F. Kennedy is shot dead in an open car during an election campaign trip in Dallas (US state of Texas).

1928 - French composer Maurice Ravel's "Boléro" is premiered as a ballet in Paris.


1978 - Jochen Schropp (45), German presenter ("Promi Big Brother") and actor ("Polizeiruf 110")

1958 - Jamie Lee Curtis (65), American actress ("Halloween", "A Fish Called Wanda"), daughter of Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh

1943 - Billie Jean King (80), American tennis player, world number one in 1966, 1967, 1968 and 1972, six Wimbledon wins in singles, ten in doubles, four in mixed doubles

1943 - Jörg Hube, German actor (TV series "Löwengrube", "Heimat - Eine deutsche Chronik") and cabaret artist, died 2009

1913 - Benjamin Britten, British composer (opera "Peter Grimes"), died 1976


1963 - Aldous Huxley, British writer ("Brave New World"), born 1894

1963 - C. S. Lewis, British writer ("The Chronicles of Narnia"), born 1898