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Calendar page 2023: November 30

The current calendar page for November 30, 2023:

48th calendar week, 334th day of the year

31 days until the end of the year

Astrological sign: Sagittarius

Name day: Andreas, Folkhard, Gerwald


2021 - The federal government was allowed to impose exit and contact restrictions via the so-called Corona emergency brake, the Federal Constitutional Court decides. It also retroactively approves the school closures in the third wave.

2018 - US President Donald Trump, his Mexican counterpart Enrique Peña Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sign the successor agreement to the North American free trade pact Nafta. The new USMCA agreement comes into force on July 1, 2020.

2011 - Exactly 535 days after the parliamentary elections in Belgium, Flemish and Walloon Socialists, Christian Democrats and Liberals agree in principle on a government.

2001 - A series of murders in the USA is solved with the arrest of the "Green River Killer": he is said to have killed 49 women in Seattle/Washington in the 1980s.

1988 - The "Ordinance on Travel Abroad by Citizens of the German Democratic Republic" is passed by the Council of Ministers. It provides relief and comes into force on January 1, 1989.

1978 - The Times, published in London and one of the world's longest-established daily newspapers, temporarily ceases publication after 193 years due to a dispute between management and trade unions. Operations are resumed in November 1979.

1975 - Jazz pianist Keith Jarrett releases "The Köln Concert", to date the most successful solo album in jazz history with more than 3.5 million copies sold.

1973 - The UN General Assembly outlaws the apartheid system and condemns the states that support South Africa's racist regime.

1948 - The SED declares the magistrate of Greater Berlin deposed and appoints Friedrich Ebert, the son of the former Reich president, as mayor of the eastern part. The legal former magistrate moves to West Berlin the following day.


1990 - Magnus Carlsen (33), Norwegian chess player, world champion 2013-2023

1978 - Gael García Bernal (45), Mexican film actor ("The Journey of Young Che", "And Then the Rain")

1953 - June Pointer, American singer, youngest of the "Pointer Sisters", (hit "I'm So Exited"), died 2006

1943 - Terrence Malick (80), American director ("Days of Heaven", "The Narrow Ridge")

1508 - Andrea Palladio, Italian master builder of the Renaissance, considered one of the most influential Italian architects, died 1580


2018 - Dagobert Lindlau, German journalist (TV magazines "Report", "Weltspiegel", book "Der Mob - Recherchen zum Organisierten Verbrechen"), born 1930

2018 - George Bush, US politician, 41st president 1989-1993, born 1924

This November 30 marks significant historical events, such as in 2021 when the federal government was granted the power to impose restrictions due to the Corona pandemic by the Federal Constitutional Court. In 1988, the Council of Ministers passed the "Ordinance on Travel Abroad by Citizens of the German Democratic Republic."