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Learn the most interesting events and historical facts that happened in November 1958.
The US president was Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican), the UK Prime Minister was Harold Macmillan (Conservative), Pope John XXIII was leading the Catholic Church.

But much more happened on November 1958: find out below

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Historical Events

Which were the important events of November 1958?


Events

  • 03 Nov 1958 The new UNESCO building is inaugurated in Paris.
  • 04 Nov 1958 Angelo G Roncalli crowned as Pope John XXIII
  • 05 Nov 1958 Maria Golovin opens at Martin Beck Theater NYC for 5 performances
  • 06 Nov 1958 AL announces that Kansas City will play AL record 52 night games in 1959
  • 08 Nov 1958 Maria Golovin closes at Martin Beck Theater NYC after 5 performances
  • 10 Nov 1958 WUFT TV channel 5 in Gainesville, Florida (PBS) begins broadcasting
  • 11 Nov 1958 La Plume de Ma Tante opens at Royale Theater NYC for 835 performances
  • 12 Nov 1958 Bob Turley of Yankees wins Cy Young Award
  • 13 Nov 1958 New York City Mayor Robert Wagner announces plans to begin a new baseball called the Continental League
  • 17 Nov 1958 KAII TV channel 7 in Wailuku, HI (NBC) begins broadcasting
  • 18 Nov 1958 Indians minority stockholders sell their stock to William Delay
  • 22 Nov 1958 The Menzies Liberal government in Australia is re-elected for a fifth term.
  • 23 Nov 1958 The radio version of ''Have Gun - Will Travel'' premieres. It is one of the last dramas to go on the air on commercial radio. Only some NPR stations will broadcast radio dramas in years to come.
  • 24 Nov 1958 Mali becomes an autonomous state within French Community.
  • 25 Nov 1958 Senegal becomes an autonomous state in the French Community.
  • 27 Nov 1958 USSR abrogates Allied war-time agreements on control of Germany.
  • 28 Nov 1958 AL announces Opening Day in 1959 will be earliest ever, April 9
  • 29 Nov 1958 46th CFL Grey Cup: Winn Blue Bombers defeat Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 35-28
  • 30 Nov 1958 WKBW TV channel 7 in Buffalo, New York (ABC) begins broadcasting

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Movies

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Auntie Mame

Auntie Mame

Release year: 1958

Directed by: Morton DaCosta

Starring: Rosalind Russell, Forrest Tucker, Coral Browne, Fred Clark

Country: United States of America

The Horse's Mouth

The Horse's Mouth

Release year: 1958

Directed by: Ronald Neame

Starring: Alec Guinness, Kay Walsh, Renee Houston, Mike Morgan

I Want to Live!

I Want to Live!

Release year: 1958

Directed by: Robert Wise

Starring: Susan Hayward, Simon Oakland, Virginia Vincent, Theodore Bikel

Country: United States of America

Shadows

Shadows

Release year: 1958

Directed by: John Cassavetes

Starring: Ben Carruthers, Lelia Goldoni, Hugh Hurd, Anthony Ray

Country: United States of America

The Inn of the Sixth Happiness

The Inn of the Sixth Happiness

Release year: 1958

Directed by: Mark Robson

Starring: Ingrid Bergman, Robert Donat, Curd Jürgens, Michael David

Country: United States of America

Books

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The Three Edwards by Thomas B. Costain

The Three Edwards

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THE THREE EDWARDS, third in Thomas B. Costain's survey of Britain under the Plantagenets, covers the years between 1272 and 1377 when three Edwards ruled England.

Please Don'T Eat The Daisies by Jean Kerr

Please Don'T Eat The Daisies

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Please Don't Eat the Daisies has sold millions of copies since its original publication in 1957. It became a film in 1960 starring David Niven and Doris Day, and a television

The Russian Revolution by Alan Moorehead

The Russian Revolution

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WW II's abrupt end brought us many gifts, none stranger than the papers of the German State. These were captured virtually complete, and to this day give up secrets.

On My Own by Eleanor Roosevelt

On My Own

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In this volume the greatest and best-loved woman of her time shares the experiences - private and public - of her thirteen years since the death of her husband, Franklin Delano

The Ugly American by William J. Lederer and Eugene Burdick

The Ugly American

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The multi-million-copy bestseller that coined the phrase for tragic American blunders abroad. In the episode that lends the book its title, the "ugly American" is Homer Atkins, a plain and plain-spoken man, who has been sent by the U.S.