NOVEMBER 15 ~ ON THiS DAY in History

1859 – The 1st modern revival of the Olympic Games took place in AthensGreece on the 15th November 1859.

1926 – The NBC radio network opened on the 15th November 1926, with 24 stations.

1945 – Frida Lyngstad the Norwegian-Swedish singer from ABBA was born on the 15th November 1945.

1971 – Intel released the world’s 1st commercial single-chip microprocessor4004 on the 15th November 1971.

1974 – Chad Kroeger the Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist from Nickelback was born on the 15th November 1974.

1974Black Water song by The Doobie Brothers was released on the 15th November 1974.

1988 – B.o.B the American rapper and producer was born Bobby Ray Simmons, Jr. on the 15th November 1988. YouTube video: B.o.B featuring Bruno MarsNothin’ On You (2010) official video…

2012 ~ JOHN FRAWLEY the Australian artist died on the 15th November 2012, at the age of 97 (born 1915). See John Frawley’s war artworks

This Day in History for November 15th ~ video presented by www.History.com

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