November 1912

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November 5, 1912: New Jersey Governor Woodrow Wilson wins U.S. presidential election
November 28, 1912: Albania declares independence from Ottoman Empire
November 29, 1912: University of Maryland destroyed by fire
The 1912 double-headed eagle flag of Albania

The following events occurred in November 1912:

Friday, November 1, 1912[edit]

Saturday, November 2, 1912[edit]

Sunday, November 3, 1912[edit]

Monday, November 4, 1912[edit]

Tuesday, November 5, 1912[edit]

Wednesday, November 6, 1912[edit]

Thursday, November 7, 1912[edit]

Friday, November 8, 1912[edit]

Saturday, November 9, 1912[edit]

Sunday, November 10, 1912[edit]

Monday, November 11, 1912[edit]

Tuesday, November 12, 1912[edit]

Wednesday, November 13, 1912[edit]

Thursday, November 14, 1912[edit]

Friday, November 15, 1912[edit]

Saturday, November 16, 1912[edit]

Sunday, November 17, 1912[edit]

Monday, November 18, 1912[edit]

Tuesday, November 19, 1912[edit]

Wednesday, November 20, 1912[edit]

Thursday, November 21, 1912[edit]

Friday, November 22, 1912[edit]

Saturday, November 23, 1912[edit]

Sunday, November 24, 1912[edit]

Monday, November 25, 1912[edit]

Tuesday, November 26, 1912[edit]

Wednesday, November 27, 1912[edit]

  • France and Spain signed a treaty dividing Morocco into two separate protectorates, with a 350 square mile zone around Tangier being an "international zone". Spain's holdings would be administered from Tétouan and consist of 20,000 square km in the north and 23,000 in the south.[100]
  • Bulgarian forces defeated Ottoman troops near that is now Peplos, Evros, Greece.[101]
  • Sir Edward Henry, the Police Commissioner for London, was wounded by a man who shot him three times as the chief was returning from Scotland Yard to his residence in Kensington. The attacker, identified as a Mr. Bowes, had been denied a license to operate a taxicab and was angered that Chief Henry would not reconsider the ruling.[102]

Thursday, November 28, 1912[edit]

Friday, November 29, 1912[edit]

Saturday, November 30, 1912[edit]

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