November 25 in History – What happened on 25 November in Past

25 November - Today in History - Important historical events happened on this day in India and World History

According to Gregory calendar, on November 25, the day number in a year is 329 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 330. November 25 has a special significance in India and world history, because many such incidents have occurred on this day which have been recorded forever in the pages of history. Let's know some such important events which will increase your general knowledge. The facts collected will be as follows: People born on this day, demise of famous people, war treaty, freedom of any country, invention of new technologies, change of power, important National and International Day etc.

November 25 in History - Top Historical Events

YearEvent / Incidence / Incident
1034After Malcolm II of Scotland died at Glamis, Duncan, the son ofhis second daughter, instead of Macbeth, the son of his eldest daughter,inherited the throne to become the King of Scots.
1120William Adelin, the only legitimate son of King Henry I ofEngland, drowned in the White Ship Disaster, leading to a successioncrisis which would bring down the Norman monarchy of England.
1491Reconquista-The Granada War was effectively brought to an end with the signing of the Treaty of Granada between Castile-Aragon and the Emirate of Granada.
1667The devastating earthquake in Semkha in Russia's North Caucasus region killed 80,000 people.
1744The Austrian army carried out murderous attacks and looting against the Jews of Paraguay.
1758Britain captured Fort Duquenne from Frank (later Fort Pitt / Pittsburgh).
1759The devastating earthquake devastated the cities of Beirut and Damascus, killing around forty thousand people.
1766Pope Clement XIII warned on the dangers of anti-Christian writings.
1783American Revolutionary War: The last British troops left New York City after 3 months of signing the Treaty of Paris.
1795Stanislaw August Poniatowski, the last King of Poland, wasforced to abdicate after the Third Partition of the Polish–LithuanianCommonwealth by Austria, Prussia, and Russia.
1795Stanislaw August Poniatowski the last King of Poland, was forced to abdicate after the Third Partition of thePolish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
1833The Netherlands and Belgium signed the Treaty of Jonhoven.
1843The Mount Etna eruption in Italy killed 69 people in the village of Bronte.
1863American Civil War-Confederate forces were defeated at the Battle of Missionary Ridge in Chattanooga, Tennessee, opening the door to the Union's invasion of the Deep South.
1867Sweden's chemist Alfred Nobel patented dynamite.
1880Laverne, a French physician, diagnosed the cause of malarial fever.
1884John B. of St. Louis Mayenberg patented Evaporated Milk Evaporated Milk.
1915Albert Einstein presented to the Prussian Academy of Sciencehis field equations of general relativity.
1917World War I-German troops invaded Portuguese East Africa in anattempt to escape superior British forces to the north and resupply fromcaptured Portuguese materiel.
192627 Tornadoes including an F4 that struck the town of Heber Springs, Arkansas on Thanksgiving weekend killed 76 people across southern states.
1930In Japan, 690 earthquakes were recorded in a single day.
1936Nazi Germany and the Empire of Japan signed the Anti-CominternPact, agreeing that if the Soviet Union attacked one of them, they wouldconsult each other on what measures to take 'to safeguard their commoninterests'.
1936The anti-Cominton International) agreement was signed between Germany and Japan.
1940The de Havilland Mosquito and the MartinB-26 Marauder, two of the most successful military aircraft in WorldWar II, both had their first flights.
1947McCarthyism-Executives from movie studios agreed to blacklistten screenwriters and directors who were jailed for contempt of Congressfor refusing to give testimony to the House Un-American ActivitiesCommittee.
1950Several feet of snow fell on a single day in many of the northeastern States today and combined with hurricane force winds in excess of 100 MPH caused millions of dollars in property damage and kills 160 people.
195117 people died in the train crash in the American state of Alabama.
1952Korean War-After 42 days of fighting, the Battle of TriangleHill ended as American and South Korean units abandoned their attempt tocapture the 'Iron Triangle'.
1952Agatha Christie's mystery play The Mousetrap, the play with thelongest initial run in history, opened at the Ambassadors Theatre inLondon.
1952Former Pakistani cricketer Imran Khan was born. He scored 3807 runs in 88 Tests and 3709 runs in 175 ODIs. He also has 544 wickets in his name.
1960The Mirabal sisters, who opposed the dictatorship of militarystrongman Rafael Trujillo in the Dominican Republic, were beaten andstrangled to death.
1963Former US President John F. Kennedy was cremated. In the US capital of Washington, about 8 lakh people saw his body while going to the funeral.
1970Failing to instigate a military coup to restore the powers ofthe Emperor of Japan, author Yukio Mishima committed the ritual suicideseppuku at the Japan Self-Defense Forces headquarters in Tokyo.
1975Upon Suriname's independence from the Netherlands, JohanFerrier became its first president.
1975The Surinam country of South America gained complete independence from Holland.
1983An agreement was made by members of the PLO (Palestinian Liberation Organization) to evacuate forces from Tripoli, the capital city of Libya. This announcement came from both Saudi Arabia and Syria. There was no immediate confirmation made by the PLO, however.
1984Band Aid, a supergroup consisting of over 30 leading Britishand Irish pop musicians, recorded the song 'Do They Know It'sChristmas?' to raise money for famine relief in Ethiopia.
1984An East Rail train derailed between Hong Kong's Sheng Shui and Fanling stations.
1992Because of growing nationalist tensions in the country over economic differences the Czechoslovakia Federal Assembly votes to split the country into two countries the Czech Republic and Slovakia from January 1st, 1993.
1998The government of Turkey collapses after losing a no confidence motion in the Turkish assembly over corruption allegations involving Turkish Mafia connections.
2001It was reported that Osama Bin Laden was hiding in the Jalalabad (eastern Afghanistan) area. At least one source also revealed that Bin Laden had allegedly been traveling around by horseback during the night hours.
2005The European Commission starts a legal action against the Bank of Italy and its President, Antonio Fazio, who allegedly favored the Italian bank Banca Popolare Italiana in the race to acquire Banca Antonveneta, thus penalizing Dutch group ABN AMRO.
2007Police fire tear gas and chemical-laced water cannon to disperse a rally of approximately 30,000 people organized by HINDRAF in Kuala Lumpur.
2008Three people are killed in a car bombing near the Udelnaya Metro station in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
2009Two journalists kidnapped more than a year ago in Somalia, an Australian and a Canadian, are released.
2009Freak rains caused devastating flooding in Jeddah, SaudiArabia, killing 122 people and stranding thousands of Hajj pilgrims.
2014Sitara Devi, the famous dancer of Kathak passed away.



Famous Birthdays of November 25:

YearName / Profession / Country
1862Gustaf Söderström / Shot Putter / Sweden
1948Lars Eighner / Author / United States of America
1753Robert Townsend / Spy / United States of America
1896Albertus Soegijapranata / Bishop / Indonesia
1915Augusto Pinochet / Politician / Chile
1944Michael Kijana Wamalwa / Politician / Kenya
1889Reşat Nuri Güntekin / Author / Turkey
1913Lewis Thomas / Physician / United States of America
1940Jan Jongbloed / Footballer / Netherlands
1924Sybil Stockdale / Activist / United States of America
1951Arturo Pérez-Reverte / Author / Spain
1973Steven de Jongh / Cyclist / Netherlands
1895Wilhelm Kempff / Pianist / Germany
1947Jonathan Kaplan / Producer / United States of America
1951Bucky Dent / Baseball Player / United States of America
1958Naomi Oreskes / Historian / United States of America
1978Ringo Sheena / Singer / Japan
1931Nat Adderley / Cornet / United States of America
1960John F. Kennedy Jr. / Journalist / United States of America
1895Helen Hooven Santmyer / Poet / United States of America
1883Harvey Spencer Lewis / Author / United States of America
1911Roelof Frankot / Photographer / Netherlands
1991Luca Tremolada / Footballer / Italy
1920Noel Neill / Actress / United States of America
1666Giuseppe Giovanni Battista Guarneri / Violin Maker / Italy
1896Virgil Thomson / Composer / United States of America
1865Kate Gleason / Engineer / United States of America
1938Rosanna Schiaffino / Actress / Italy
1976Donovan McNabb / Footballer / United States of America
1924Paul Desmond / Composer / United States of America

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