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  1. The song 'November Rain' took Axl Rose 8 years to write, and was at one stage, 18 minutes long

  2. There is a movie entitled "100 Years: The Movie You Will Never See" set for release on November 8, 2115. The content of the film is currently a secret due to be revealed only when it is released about 100 years from now.

  3. In November 2002 the actor Don Johnson was stopped while trying to enter Germany. In his trunk was a briefcase with bank notes and other securities worth $8 Billion USD. When asked what he was doing, Johnson said he was going to the Mercedes factory to look at a car.

  4. The Zimbabwean dollar had an inflation of 500.000.000.000% per day in mid-November 2008 and it lost 99% of its value every 8 hours and 42 min

  5. The road to Prague was opened when an army of the Catholic League defeated a Bohemian Force at the Battle of White Mountain on November 8, 1620. In addition to having the Bohemians outnumbered, the Catholic force was better equipped and more professional, with more than 2,000 hussars.

  6. On November 2nd, 1920, 8 million women voted in the U.S. elections for the first time in history.

  7. The Bolsheviks came to power in Russia on November 8, 1917 with Vladimir Lenin as their leader and the new head of the Communist Russian state.

  8. On November 8, 1895 he covered a thick glass tube in heavy black cardboard and generated an electric spark with a Ruhmkorff coil.

  9. On November 8 a photograph was taken with Malala sitting up in bed.

  10. The last PS2 game was released on November 8, 2013... one week before the release of the PS4

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The longest continually running experiment in the World is called "The Pitch Drop Experiment". It started in 1927 and it's goal was to calculate the viscosity of "pitch"(bitumen) by putting it into a funnel and letting it drip down.So far only 8 drops fell,last one being in November 2000.

Fruit of silk tree is brown pod. Each pod contains several (usually 8) light-brown, oval-shaped seed. Fruit ripens from August to November.

Pregnancy in females lasts 7.5 to 8 months and ends with one baby. Unlike other antelopes, females give birth within the herd (babies become part of the group from the moment of birth). Most babies are born during November and December (during the rainy season), when food is abundant. Young blesboks are beige colored and have dark-colored "blaze" on the face.

The SS Edmund Fitzgerald was an American Great Lakes freighter that sank in a Lake Superior storm on November 10, 1975, with the loss of the entire crew of 29. When launched on June 8, 1958, she was the largest ship on North America's Great Lakes

On November 14, 2014, 8 AM Eastern Standard Time, Al Roker set the new, official Guinness World Record with a 34-hour uninterrupted live weather report.

Hitler attempted a coup called The Beer Hall Putsch on 8–9 November 1923. He used the prison time to write Mein Kampf and figure out how to gain power once his prison sentence for treason ended.

Transits of Mercury occur in May or November. The last four transits occurred on November 15, 1999; May 7, 2003; November 8, 2006; and May 9, 2016. The next will occur on November 11, 2019, and then on November 13, 2032.

When German Field Marshal August Mackensen died on 8 November 1945 at the age of 95, his life having spanned the Kingdom of Prussia, the North German Confederation, the German Empire, the Weimar Republic, Nazi Germany, and the post-war Allied occupation of Germany

On 8 November 1519, Moctezuma met Cortés for the first time and the two leaders exchanged gifts. Moctezuma gave Cortés the gift of an Aztec calendar, one disc of crafted gold and another of silver. Cortés later melted these down for their material value.