November 25th in history
1165: – Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I visited Utrecht.
1277: – Giovanni Gaetano Orsini was elected as Pope Nicholas III.
1500: – Governor de Bobadilla of Santo Domingo captured Christopher Columbus.
1758: – Britain captured Fort Duquesne from French.
1867: – Swedish Chemist Alfred Nobel got patent for dynamite.
1920: – First thanksgiving parade took place in Philadelphia.
1935: – International Institute for Social History (IISG) formed in Amsterdam.
1936: – Germany and Japan signed anti-Komintern pact.
1943: – U-600 sunk in Atlantic Ocean.
1952: – George Meany got appointed as chairman of AFL.
1955: – Clement Attlee resigned as the leader of the UK Labour Party.
1958: – Senegal became an autonomous state in French Community.
1967: – Puerto Rico placed on Atlantic Standard Time.
1980: – France performed nuclear test at Mururoa atoll.
1983: – Syria and Saudi Arabia announced cease-fire in PLO civil war Tripoli.
1997: – A US telephone technician arrested for spying in Russia.
Marked Days on November 25: –
- National Parfait Day
- Shopping Reminder Day
- Evacuation Day (New York)
- International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
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