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November 11, 1965: Rhodesia declared independent from the UK...
November 11, 1965: Rhodesia declared independent from the UK...
November 9, 1965: Ferdinand Marcos elected Philippine President
November 9, 1965: Ferdinand Marcos elected Philippine President
by colonial Prime Minister Ian Smith and cabinet
by colonial Prime Minister Ian Smith and cabinet
November 15, 1965: Walt Disney announces new theme park for Florida
November 15, 1965: Walt Disney announces new theme park for Florida
November 30, 1965: Ralph Nader publishes Unsafe at Any Speed
November 30, 1965: Ralph Nader publishes Unsafe at Any Speed

The following events occurred in November 1965:

November 1, 1965 (Monday)

November 2, 1965 (Tuesday)

November 3, 1965 (Wednesday)

November 4, 1965 (Thursday)

November 5, 1965 (Friday)

November 6, 1965 (Saturday)

The Chinook
The Chinook

November 7, 1965 (Sunday)

November 8, 1965 (Monday)

November 9, 1965 (Tuesday)

Macapagal
Macapagal

November 10, 1965 (Wednesday)

November 11, 1965 (Thursday)

November 12, 1965 (Friday)

November 13, 1965 (Saturday)

November 14, 1965 (Sunday)

November 15, 1965 (Monday)

November 16, 1965 (Tuesday)

November 17, 1965 (Wednesday)

November 18, 1965 (Thursday)

November 19, 1965 (Friday)

November 20, 1965 (Saturday)

November 21, 1965 (Sunday)

Hearn
Hearn

November 22, 1965 (Monday)

November 23, 1965 (Tuesday)

Elisabeth
Elisabeth

November 24, 1965 (Wednesday)

November 25, 1965 (Thursday)

November 26, 1965 (Friday)

Astérix
Astérix

November 27, 1965 (Saturday)

November 28, 1965 (Sunday)

November 29, 1965 (Monday)

November 30, 1965 (Tuesday)

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  141. ^ "6 DIE IN BLAST AT DANCE— Roof Falls in on Crowd; Scores Hurt", Chicago Tribune, November 25, 1965, p1
  142. ^ "Gas Reported Blast Cause; Toll Set at 7— 47 Injured in Iowa Armory Explosion", Chicago Tribune, November 26, 1965, p12
  143. ^ "Seeping Outside Gas Blamed in 21 Iowa Deaths", Chicago Tribune, January 1, 1966, p1
  144. ^ "Week of War: 240 Yanks Die, 470 Wounded", Chicago Tribune, November 25, 1965, p4
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  164. ^ "2 Prisoners Freed; Assail U.S. Viet War— Talk with Press in Cambodia", Chicago Tribune, December 1, 1965, p5
  165. ^ "Two Freed GIs Face Trial for Aiding Foe", Chicago Tribune, December 27, 1965, p1
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  173. ^ United States Space Science Program: Report to COSPAR (National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council, 1966) p11
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  176. ^ "Auto Industry Assailed— 'Delays Safety Devices'", Salt Lake Tribune, November 28, 1965, pC-1
  177. ^ "Temple U. Now State School; Tuition Drops", Chicago Tribune, December 1, 1965, p1B-2
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