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

✅ Published on September 25th, 2021 in September in History

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

According to Gregory calendar, on September 25, the day number in a year is 268 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 269. September 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.

September 25 in History - Top Historical Events ⚡

YearEvent / Incidence / Incident
275After the assassination of Aurelian, Tacitus was chosen by theSenate to succeed him as Roman emperor.
762Led by Muhammad al-Nafs al-Zakiyya, the Hasanid branch of theAlids began the Alid Revolt against the Abbasid Caliphate.
1340England and France signed the disarmament treaty.
1396Ottoman wars in Europe-Ottoman forces under Bayezid Idefeated a Christian alliance led by Sigismund of Hungary in the Battleof Nicopolis near present-day Nikopol, Bulgaria.
1524Vasco da Gama came to India for the last time as Viceroy.
1639The first printing press was started in Cambridge, USA.
1775Ethan Allen and a small force of American and Quebec militiafailed in their attempt to capture Montreal from British forces.
1775Captured American Revolutionary War hero Ethan Allen.
1777British General William Howe conquered Philadelphia.
1790Peking opera was born when the Four Great Anhui Troupes introduced Anhui opera to Beijing in honor of the Qianlong Emperor's eightieth birthday.
1844The first international cricket match was played in New York between Canada and the US.
18441 In international cricket, Canada defeated the United States by 23 runs.
1845The Phi Alpha Literary Society was established.
1868The Russian frigate Alexander Nevsky wrecked off northwesternJutland, nearly drowning Grand Duke Alexei.
1897First bus service started in Britain.
1911An explosion of badly degraded propellant charges on board the French battle ship Liberté detonated the forward ammunition magazinesand destroyed the ship.
1916Indian economist, sociologist, journalist and great thinker Deendayal Upadhyaya was born.
1924A major landslide in Someo crushed 20 homes. It partially buried the rest of them leaving most of the villagers buried or swept away. The current count has reached 20 people dead.
1926Henry Ford embarked on an eight-hour day and five-day work.
1929The Ernst Sterwitz government resigned in Austria.
1936A new faster service between England and America is soon to be started. It uses the latest and fastest passenger flying boat built 'The Caledonian' from Imperial Airways.
1939Versailles Peace Treaty forgot to include Andorra, so Andorra and Germany finally sign an official treaty ending WW I
1944World War II-British troops began their withdrawal from theBattle of Arnhem in the Netherlands, ending the Allies' Operation Market Garden in defeat.
1955Royal Jordan Air Force was established.
1956The first telephone service between the US and Europe began.
1959The Prime Minister of Ceylon SWRD Bandaranaike was assassinated.
1962The North Yemen Civil War began when Abdullah as-Sallaldethroned the newly crowned Imam al-Badr and declared Yemen a republicunder his presidency.
1964Unrest and frustration amongst many indigenous Mozambican populations against Portuguese rule erupted in a war for independencethat lasted ten years.
1974The first surgery to replace the ulnar collateral ligament,commonly known as the Tommy John surgery after the first patient, wasperformed by Dr. Frank Jobe.
1981Rupert Murdoch has shut down the Sunday Times due to an industrial dispute. This dispute involved 101 members of the Printers Union. It suspended 1,400 staff on indefinite suspension without pay.
1981The Central American country Belize joins the United Nations.
1983In one of the largest prison escapes in British history, 38Provisional Irish Republican Army prisoners hijacked a prison mealslorry and smashed their way out of HM Prison Maze in County Antrim,Northern Ireland.
1992The US space agency NASA sent a 1,018 kg robot \ 'Mars Observer \' special spacecraft.
1996The last Magdalene asylum, an Irish institution to rehabilitateso-called 'fallen women', was closed.
1997Britain's Andy Green set a record by flying a jet flying car at a speed of 714 mph.
2004West Africa including Chad, Mali, Gambia, Niger and Mauritania are suffering the worst Plague of Locusts in 40 years. The locusts are clearing hundreds of thousands of acres of the meagre crops these countries can produce. Due to the vast numbers of swarms are so high pesticide control is unable to keep up.
2008Shenzhou 7, the third spaceflight of the Chinese space programand their first to include a spacewalk, launched from the JiuquanSatellite Launch Center.
2008China launched the spacecraft 'Shenzhou 7'.
2009The Polish parliament passed a law that made it mandatory to chemically castrate sex offenders. The guideline of this law targets men who raped children under fifteen or relatives.
2010The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) states that the numbers of some animals in the country's national parks and game reserves has become double since 1999.
2010Senior Hindi journalist and litterateur Kanhaiyalal Nandan passed away.
2011King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia announced that women would be given the right to vote and run in municipal elections in the country amid calls for greater women's rights.
2012The World Health Organisation announces a global alert. It is investigating the case of an unidentified Corona virus found in a Qatari man. The man was returning from Saudi Arabia.
2013The death toll from a 7.7-magnitude earthquake that struck Balochistan, Pakistan, on September 24 rises to at least 328.



Famous Birthdays of September 25 😀:

YearName / Profession / Country
1946Gil Morgan / Golfer / United States of America
1985Marvin Matip / Footballer / Germany
1973Jenny Chapman / Politician / United Kingdom
1979Rashad Evans / Wrestler / United States of America
1983Donald Glover / Actor / United States of America
1914Devi Lal / Politician / India
1910Ralph Jordan / Footballer / United States of America
1936Moussa Traoré / Politician / Mali
1741Wenzel Pichl / Violinist / Czech Republic
1964Kikuko Inoue / Actress / Japan
1969Tony Womack / Baseball Player / United States of America
1992Massimo Luongo / Footballer / Australia
1969Catherine Zeta-Jones / Actress / United Kingdom
1901Robert Bresson / Writer / France
1969Hansie Cronje / Cricketer / South Africa
1947Giannos Kranidiotis / Politician / Greece
1939Feroz Khan / Actor / India
1947Cheryl Tiegs / Actress / United States of America
1825William Pitt Ballinger / Politician / United States of America
1924Norman Ayrton / Actor / United Kingdom
1942Oscar Bonavena / Boxer / Argentina
1961Mehmet Aslantuğ / Actor / Turkey
1920Sergei Bondarchuk / Actor / Russia
1957Vladimir Popovkin / General / Russia
1966Stanislav Bunin / Educator / Russia
1764Fletcher Christian / Sailor / United Kingdom
1946Felicity Kendal / Actress / United Kingdom
1949Pedro Almodóvar / Producer / Spain
1955Amyr Klink / Sailor / Brazil
1942Henri Pescarolo / Racing Car Driver / France

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