Video: 'George Harrison Live 1974 8/14 - Sue Me Sue You Blues'
(Sunday, November 10, 1974) — Ex-Beatle George Harrison performed tonight at Long Beach Arena in Long Beach, California, on the fifth stop of his 45-show “George Harrison & Friends North American Tour” in support of his new single “Dark Horse,” the title track of his new album, and Dark Horse Records. Continue reading George Harrison performs in Long Beach 40 years ago tonight (Nov 10 1974)
Video: 'My So-Called Life: Life of Brian'
(Thursday, November 10, 1994, 8:00 p.m. EST) — Rickie has a crush on a new student at Liberty High on tonight’s episode of the ABC-TV teen drama series My So-Called Life.
This episode was listed as #38 on TV Guide‘s 1997 list of Top 100 Episodes of All Time.
Video: 'Decision: The Conflicts of Harry S. Truman - "Dialogue with the Future, Part I"' (episode 19)
(Tuesday, November 10, 1964, 7:30 p.m. EST) — Decision: The Conflicts of Harry S. Truman, a syndicated television documentary memoir series on the former U.S. president, debuted tonight WHDH-TV (Channel 5), the CBS affiliate in Boston, pre-empting World War I.
Video: 'John Lennon - Every Man Has A Woman Who Loves Him'
(Saturday, November 10, 1984) — “Every Man Has a Woman” a tribute album to Yoko Ono for her 50th birthday (purportedly one of ex-Beatle John Lennon’s uncompleted projects at the time of his 1980 assassination) featuring various artists (including Lennon), peaked at #75 on today’s Billboard Top LPs & Tape chart.
Video: 'Iwo Jima Monument Dedication'
(Wednesday, November 10, 1954) — The Marine Corps Memorial, depicting the raising of the American flag on Iwo Jima in 1945, was dedicated today in Arlington, Virginia, with President Dwight D. Eisenhower in attendance.
Video: 'The World At War: Occupation Holland 5/5' (Nov. 10-11, 1944, at 7:54)
(Friday, November 10, 1944, during World War II) — German occupiers began a two-day round up of 52,000 able-bodied men between 17 and 40 years in Rotterdam and Schiedam in the Netherlands for deportation to Germany.
Video: 'President Roosevelt returns to Washington DC after winning a 4th term in the 1944...HD Stock Footage'
(Friday, November 10, 1944, 9:00 a.m. EWT; during the 1944 presidential campaign) — U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who won an unprecedented fourth term of office three days ago, returned victoriously to Washington today to be greeted by an enthusiastic crowd of many thousands which stood in the pouring rain for at least a half hour to welcome home “the Chief.” Continue reading 200,000 welcome Roosevelt in rain to Capital ‘home’ 70 years ago this hour (Nov 10 1944)