November 7 is the 311th day of the Gregorian Calendar ( 312th in leap years), thus 54 days remain until the end of the year.
- 3.1 Before the 20th century
- 3.2 20th century
- 3.3 21st century
Politics and World Affairs
- 0921: The Treaty of Bonn ended the succession dispute of the Frankish kingdoms and marked the end of Carolingian rule in the eastern kingdom.
- 1225: Engelbert I of Cologne, Regent and Archbishop of Cologne, is killed by followers of his relative, Count Friedrich von Isenberg.
- 1455: More than 24 years after its combustion is re-opened in the Notre- Dame de Paris Cathedral, the trial of Jeanne d' Arc.
- 2000: Hillary Rodham Clinton is elected to the state of New York in the U.S. Senate. This makes it the first former First Lady of the United States, which is elected to public office.
- 2003: In Germany, the Federalism Commission constituted as a joint committee of the Bundesrat and Bundestag, to modernize the federal system.
- 2006: With the midterm elections, the Congress of the United States, the ruling Republicans have to plug a devastating electoral defeat. The Democrats win the majority in both the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Science and Technology
- 0335: The Roman emperor Constantine the Great banned the blackened him Bishop Athanasius of Alexandria to Trier.
- 0680: In Constantinople the sixth ecumenical council Opel shall meet. It advises several months on monotheletism.
Minor accidents are listed in the sub- items of disaster.
Nature and Environment
- 2000: The Spanish desert Bardenas in Navarra is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
Entries of Athletics world records are located under the respective discipline under Athletics.
Before the 19th century
- 0060: Keiko, 12th Emperor of Japan
- 1525: Georg Cracow, German Hofgeistlicher, high school teacher and lawyer
- 1555: Andreas Cludius, German legal scholar
- 1598: Francisco de Zurbarán, Spanish painter
- 1604: Christoph Tinctorius, German physicians
- 1692: Johann Gottfried Schnabel, German writer
- 1717: Benedict of Ahlefeldt, commander of Helgoland and district administrator in Uetersen
- 1720: Irakli II, the Georgian King
- 1728: James Cook, British explorer and navigator
- 1731: Robert Rogers, a British officer
- 739.html">1739: Ernst Franz von Platen - Hallermund, Electoral Palatinate Privy Councillor and braunschweigisch - lüneburgischer General Erbpostmeister
- 1750: Friedrich Leopold zu Stolberg - Stolberg, German poet and translator, diplomat and lawyer
- 1776: James Abercromby, 1st Baron Dunfermline, British lawyer and politician
- 1770: Christian Wilhelm Rudolf Wiedemann, German physicist and historian, naturalist and entomologist
- 1790: Luigi Rinaldo Legnani, Italian singer, guitarist and composer
- 1795: Hans Riddervold Norwegian Parliament President and Bishop of Trondheim
Before the 20th century
- 0739: Willibrord, Anglo-Saxon missionary and saint; Apostle of the Frisians
- 1225: Engelbert I of Cologne, Regent and Archbishop of Cologne
- 1225: Nikolas Arnason, Norwegian bishop of Oslo
- 1708: Ludolf Bakhuizen, German - Dutch painter
- 1719: Johann Joseph Seyler, German Protestant theologian and educator
- 1748: Pedro Vicente Maldonado, Ecuadorian cartographer and polymath
- 1802: Franz Ludwig Pfyffer, Swiss politician and cartographer
- 1849: Christian von Rother, Prussian politician
- 1854: Peter von Nobile, Austrian architect
- 1859: Carl Gottlieb Reißiger, German conductor and composer
- 1864: David Sassoon, Indian - British wholesale merchant
- 1873: Johann Christian Friedrich Heyer, German - American missionary
- 1877: Karel Sabina, Czech radical democrat, publicist, writer and literary critic
- 1887: Heinrich Richard Baltzer, German mathematician
- 1888: Ludwig Müller- Uri, German glassmaker, artificial eyes horns and pioneer of the German Augenprothetik
- 2001: Sachiko Hidari, Japanese actress
- 2002: Rudolf Augstein, German publicist
- 2004: Sébastien Briat, French anti-nuclear
- 2004: Howard Keel, American actor and musical star
- 2004: Michael Kreißl, Austrian politician
- 2006: Jean -Jacques Servan-Schreiber, a French journalist and politician
- 2009: Hans- Busso von Busse, German architect and university teachers
- 2010: Svetlana Geier, German translator
- 2010: Georg Heuberger, German founding director of the Jewish Museum Frankfurt and representative of the Jewish Claims Conference Germany
- 2011: Joe Frazier, American boxer
- 2011: Jörg- Dietrich Hoppe, German physician and official of the association
- 2011: Gottfried Kiesow, German conservationists
- 2012: Carmen Basilio, American boxer
- 2012: Andrej Kokot, Austrian writer
- 2013: Manfred Rommel, German politicians
- 2013: Christian Tasche, German actor
Holidays and observances
- Religious observances Willibrord, evangeliser at the Frisians, the first Archbishop of Utrecht (Protestant, Anglican, Roman Catholic, Orthodox)
- Johann Christian Friedrich Heyer, missionary (Protestant: ELCA )
- Name Days Carina, Engelbert, Serious, Karina
More entries contains the list of commemorative and action days.
- Day in November