November 1

History events
1210 — (13th of Cheshvan, 4971) Jews of England imprisoned by King John
1290 — (26th of Cheshvan, 5051) Final expulsion of the Jews from England. ….. On July 18, 1290, Edward I (England) pressured by his barons, the Church, and possibly his mother, announced the expulsion of all the Jews. By November approximately 4000 had fled. The Jews had to pay their own passage, mostly to France. They were allowed to take movables (i.e. clothing). A number of Jews were robbed and cast overboard during the voyage by the ship captains. The Jews did not return to England until 1659. This was the first national expulsion of the Jews. England was one of the only centralized and national monarchies of that time
1349 — (19th of Cheshvan, 5110) Duke of Brabant ordered the execution of all Jews in Brussels. He accused them of poisoning the wells
1504 — (24th of Cheshvan, 5265) The most important and unfortunate decree was that made by King Vladislav today: “ …and we grant to the citizens the favour that neither we nor future kings of Bohemia will bring more Jews into this city, as the Jews have been given to your city by our forefathers for your benefit. We therefore confirm in writing and with our royal powers in Bohemia that your city and its citizens have the right to expel the Jews from your city whenever you like without any hindrance from our side or from future kings of Bohemia.”
1921 — (30th of Tishrei, 5682) Hadoar, the first Hebrew daily Hebrew paper published in the United States appeared for the first time
1930 — (10th of Cheshvan, 5681) A demonstration was held in Jerusalem to protest the White Paper on British Policy in Palestine
1936 — (16th of Cheshvan, 5697) Нolocaust. It was reported today that the most recent victims of the anti-Semitic campaign are the Jewish apothecaries who effective October 1 were all compelled to lease or sell their establishments and retire from the business” while Jews no longer are employed in drug stores because they were “discharged by the order of the Reich Druggist Leader
1942 — (21th of Cheshvan, 5703) Нolocaust. The Nazis completed the murder of the Jews of Pinsk, Russia, begun on October 29. As of this date there are reportedly no more Jews left alive in the city
1945 — (25th of Cheshvan, 5705) In response to the British decision to continue enforce the White Paper of 1939, units of the Palmach and the Irgun conducted a series of coordinated attacks on the British run railway system and sunk three…guard boats in Haifa and Jaffa
1948 — (29th of Tishrei, 5709) The exodus of Turkish Jews came to…a halt today when new instructions were issued to the Istanbul police that no further visas for Israel should be issued and that the police were…to consider void all passports previously issued to Jews of Turkish nationality wanting to emigrate to Israel
1950 — (21th of Cheshvan, 5711) Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion formed his second government today with a political coalition that included the United Religious Front
1956 — (27th of Cheshvan, 5717) During the Sinai Campaign, Israeli forces fought a bitter battle with Egyptians in order to take control of Rafa at the entrance to the Gaza Strip which was a base for fedayeen; A car in which members of Kibbutz Erez were travelling hit a mine laid by fedayeen killing three of the passengers
1968 — (10th of Cheshvan, 5729) The day after Operation Shock, IAF jets took photographs over Upper Egypt revealing that seven of the nine transformers had been destroyed or severely damaged, that Cairo’s southern suburbs were disconnected from the electrical system and that the Qena Bridge was irreparably damaged
1988 — (21th of Cheshvan, 5749) Over 79 per cent of the eligible Israelis (2.3 million voters) turned out to participate in the elections for the 12th Knesset
2013 — (28th of Cheshvan, 5774) One soldier was seriously wounded and another was in moderate condition today after an IDF operation last night to destroy part of a tunnel, east of Khan Younis just inside the Gaza Strip, was targeted by Hamas

1706 — (24th of Cheshvan) Rabbi Chaim ben Benjamin Asael of Salonika, author of Sam Hayyai, passed away
1817 — (22th of Cheshvan, 5578) Birthdate of Marseilles journalist Joseph Cohen who wrote about the Jews of Algeria and who was one of the editors of the first French Jewish weekly, «La Vérité Israélite,»
1839 — (24th of Cheshvan, 5600) Isidore Loeb, French Jewish scholar, born
1904 — (23th of Cheshvan, 5665) Max «Kid Twist» Zwerbach, a Jewish gangster, met with Richie Fitzpatick in an attempt to decide which one of them would lead Monk Eastman Gang. During the meeting, Firzpatrick was shot to death by one of Kid Twist’s henchmen
1914 — (12th of Cheshvan, 5675) Birthdate of Rabbi Moshe (Moses) Teitelbaum Chasidic Rebbe and the world leader of the Satmar Hasidim, which is believed to be the largest Chasidic community in the world, with some 100,000 followers
1959 — (30th of Tishrei, 5720) Gershon Agron mayor of Jerusalem passed away at the age of 66. Born Gershon Agronksy in the Ukraine in 1894, Agron immigrated to the United States with his parents. During World War I he served with the Jewish Legion in Palestine. In 1932, he started an English language newspaper called the Palestine Post. In 1950, for obvious reasons, he changed the name of the paper to the Jerusalem Post
2000 — (3rd of Cheshvan, 5761) Lt. David-Hen Cohen, 21, of Karmiel and Sgt. Shlomo Adshina, 20, of Kibbutz Ze’elim were killed in a shooting incident in the Al-Hader area, near Bethlehem; Maj. (res.) Amir Zohar, 34, of Jerusalem was killed in the Nahal Elisha settlement in the Jordan Valley while on active reserve duty
2004 — (17th of Cheshvan, 5765):Tatiana Ackerman, 32, of Tel Aviv, Shmuel Levy, 65, of Jaffa and Leah Levine, 64, of Givatayim were murdered and more than 30 people were injured when a 16 year old PFLP terrorist detonated a bomb this morning at the Carmel Market located at the heart of Tel Aviv’s business district