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Famous Events For August 25

Famous Events For August 25 – Today In History

August 25: Today in History – Historical Events

Early Centuries – August 25 Historic Events – Before the 1700s

  1. August 25, 0325 – the institution of the principle of the Holy Trinity by adopting the Nicene Creed thus ending the Council of Nicaea
  2. August 25, 0357 – Chonodomarius surrendered when Julianus defeated Alamannen at the Battle of Staatsburg
  3. August 25, 1212 – movement by children guided by Nicolas arrives in Genoa
  4. August 25, 1248 – Otto III, Archbishop of Utrecht grants city privileges and protection rights to the Dutch city of Omenn

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  5. August 25, 1330 – Pope John XXII forgives Anti-Pope Nicholas who after getting a guarantee of exoneration makes confessions of his immoralities
  6. August 25, 1425 – Countess Jacoba of Bavaria breaks away from prison
  7. August 25, 1449 – Venetians defeated by Turkish defense forces
  8. August 25, 1537 – formation of the Honourable Weaponry Company, a longstanding troop in the British army and second in priority
  9. August 25, 1540 – voyager Hernando de Alarcon journeys up to the Colorado River
  10. August 25, 1566 – radical fury starts in the Dutch domain of Utrecht
  11. August 25, 1580 – Spain vanquishes Portugal at the Battle of Alcantara
  12. August 25, 1609 – Astronomer and Physicist Galileo establishes his telescope to legislators
  13. August 25, 1628 – Sultan of Mantarams of Batavia survives an offensive
  14. August 25, 1654 – Prince of Conde, Louis de Bourbon, was unsuccessful in fighting Arras at the war of Arras and retracted to Cambrai
  15. August 25, 1689 – the combined armies of Spanish and English hunt the French at the Battle of Charleroi
  16. August 25, 1689 – Montreal seized by Iroquois
  17. August 25, 1698 – the arrival of Tsar Peter the Great at Moscow on completion of his journey through Western Europe

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    18th Century – What Happened on August 25 – The 1700s

  18. August 25, 1718 – French journalists in hundreds reach Louisiana to establish New Orleans
  19. August 25, 1768 – Captain James Cook leaves Plymouth, England on board the Endeavour, on his maiden trip to the Pacific Ocean
  20. August 25, 1795 – Curacao, arrives in St Christopher

    19th Century – August 25 This Day That Year – The 1800s

  21. August 25, 1802 – confinement of Toussaint L’Ouverture at Fort de Jouk, Jura, France
  22. August 25, 1804 – 1st woman rider in England was Alice Meynell
  23. August 25, 1814 – nearly 3000 books kept in the Library of Congress were damaged by the British army in the War of 1812

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  24. August 25, 1825 – Brazil grants independence to Uruguay
  25. August 25, 1829 – The Mexican government negates to sell Texas to President Jackson who offered to purchase Texas
  26. August 25, 1830 – Belgian revolt started and attacked the Netherlands
  27. August 25, 1835 – publication of Moon trick about John Herschel by New York Sun
  28. August 25, 1862 –The proposal to arm 5000 slaves was permitted by Gen Rufus Saxton and approved by the US Secretary of War
  29. August 25, 1864 – a journey from San Francisco to Alameda both by rail and boat started
  30. August 25, 1875 – the English Channel crossed for the 1st time by swimming by Mathew Webb
  31. August 25, 1886 – polo game played at the international level for the first time (US Vs England)
  32. August 25, 1890 – rain washes away the Test Cricket match at Old Trafford between England and Australia
  33. August 25, 1894 – 97 soldiers killed in a battle between Balinese and Dutch armies
  34. August 25, 1894 – the virus that causes swelling of the glands in the armpit was discovered by the Japanese scientist Shibasauro Kitasato and made public in The Lancet
  35. August 25, 1895 – Fred Hovey defeats Robert Wrenn (6-3,6-2,6-4) at the 15th US Men’s National Championship
  36. August 25, 1898 – Turks in Heraklion massacre hundreds of Greeks and 15 English people

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    20th Century – Important Events On This Day August 25 – 1900

  37. August 25, 1904 – James J Jeffries and Jack Munroe were in 2 rounds for the boxing title
  38. August 25, 1908 –the first US $ 50000 jogging competition won by Allen Winter
  39. August 25, 1908 – formation of the association at the national level by colored nurses
  40. August 25, 1910 – inauguration of Yellow Cab
  41. August 25, 1910 – William Larned defeats Tom Bundy at the 30th US Men’s National Championship
  42. August 25, 1912 – The airplane rotates and regains for the 1st time
  43. August 25, 1912 – inauguration of the Chinese separatist party, Kuomintang
  44. August 25, 1914 – Belgian defence forces attack Antwerp
  45. August 25, 1914 – The French army retreats to Sedan as the German Army advances to France

  46. August 25, 1914 – German army starts looting Leuven, Belgium
  47. August 25, 1915 – cyclone strikes Galveston, Texas, and kills 275 causing a $ 50 million loss
  48. August 25, 1916 – National Park Service by the US Department of Interior inaugurated
  49. August 25, 1917 – Robert Lindley Murray defeats Nathaniel W Niles at the 37th US Men’s National Championship
  50. August 25, 1919 – Paris to London1st commercial air service begins
  51. August 25, 1920, Etheld Bleibtrey was the 1st US female to achieve the Olympics
  52. August 25, 1920 – crucial defeat for Russia against Poland in the War of Warsaw
  53. August 25, 1921 – agreement for peace between the US and Germany reached
  54. August 25, 1922 – in a major-league play, the Cubs defeated the Phillies scoring 26-23, the maximum score
  55. August 25, 1924 – Naval truce at the Global level reached
  56. August 25, 1925 – withdrawal of the final batch of armed forces of Belgian from Duisburg
  57. August 25, 1926 – Pavlos Koundouris was installed as President of Greece

  58. August 25, 1928 – creation of Tri-city Rugby Football Union with Moose Jaw, Regina and Winnipeg
  59. August 25, 1929 – Graf Zeppelin after completing the trans-Pacific voyage of trans-Pacific goes to Los Angeles through San Francisco
  60. August 25, 1932 – coast to coast air travel finished by Amelia Earhart
  61. August 25, 1937 – Chinese coast lime was blocked by the Japanese army
  62. August 25, 1940 – Britishers bomb Germany in the night
  63. August 25, 1940 – Russia admits Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia into the Soviet Union
  64. August 25, 1941 – Combined forces of the British and Soviet Union wage war with pro-German Iran
  65. August 25, 1941 –Novgorod, Leningrad seized by Germany Army
  66. August 25, 1941 – Jews at Maastricht deported through SS
  67. August 25, 1943 – All-Stars score 27, and Washing Ton score 7 at the 10th Chicago All-Star Game
  68. August 25, 1943 – residents enforce per week, a 72-hour work schedule in Germany
  69. August 25, 1943 – Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten assumes charge as Commander in SE Asia for Supreme Allied Forces
  70. August 25, 1944 – General Leclerc commands the French 2nd Tank contingent and arrives in Notre Dame
  71. August 25, 1944 – Paris unshackled from Nazis

  72. August 25, 1944 – the arrival of the US 12th Army division in Troyes
  73. August 25, 1945 – approval given for Jewish refugees to vacate Mauritius en route to Palestine
  74. August 25, 1946 – Golfer Ben Hogan participates at the 28th PGA Championship Game
  75. August 25, 1947 – a world’s best of 1047 kph by aircraft D-558-I accomplished by Marion Carl
  76. August 25, 1948 – 150 runs were made by Bradman in 212 minutes in a cricket match at Lord’s
  77. August 25, 1950 – to prevent a possible stoppage of work by railway workers, President Harry Truman placed the army to manage the railways
  78. August 25, 1950 – Sugar Ray Robinson defeats Jose Basora to achieve the middleweight boxing title
  79. August 25, 1951 – 16th straight home game achieved by Cleveland Indians
  80. August 25, 1952 – US approves the status of Commonwealth to Puerto Rico
  81. August 25, 1954 – Berne Marathon achieved by Ivan Filin (2:25:26.6) 260 m
  82. August 25, 1955 – Austria vacated by the last batch of Soviet army
  83. August 25, 1955 – Golden Lion awarded to “Ordet” guided by Carl Theodor Dreyer at the 16th Venice Film Festival

  84. August 25, 1956 – Phil Rizzuto was discharged by the Yankees to accommodate Enos Slaughter
  85. August 25, 1957 – Prince Suvanna Phuma in association with Pathet Lao announces his government in LAOS
  86. August 25, 1958 – the first parcel of boiled immediate noodles (chicken Ramen) was released to shops by Momofuku Ando
  87. August 25, 1960 – Inauguration of the 17th Summer Olympic Games in Rome
  88. August 25, 1960 – names of players on the back of their jerseys started by AFL
  89. August 25, 1960 – rebellion against the Prime Minister of Lumumba
  90. August 25, 1961 – Janio Quadros steps down as President of Brazil
  91. August 25, 1962 – atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya, USSR
  92. August 25, 1962 – The films “Family Diary” and “Ivan’s Childhood” directed by Valerio Zurlini and Andrei Tarkovsky respectively shared the Golden Lion Award at the 23rd Venice Film Festival
  93. August 25, 1963 – LPGA Ogden Ladies’ Golf Open achieved by Kathy Whitworth

  94. August 25, 1963 – Paul McCartney’s permit was suspended, and awarded a fine of 31 pounds for overspeeding
  95. August 25, 1964 – Indonesian violation causes Singapore to curtail imports from the Netherlands
  96. August 25, 1967 – to understand the transcendental meditation conducted by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the Beatles arrive in Wales
  97. August 25, 1967 – the Constitution of Paraguay approved
  98. August 25, 1967 – Train accident in Beesd, Netherlands leaves 2 killed
  99. August 25, 1968 – The US singles championship was won by Arthur Ashe, the 1st African-American
  100. August 25, 1968 – LPGA Ladies World Series Golf achieved by Kathy Whitworth
  101. August 25, 1968 – Golden Lion awarded to “Artists Under the Big Top: Perplexed” guided by Alexander Kluge at the 29th Venice Film Festival
  102. August 25, 1969 – Detions vanquish Boston Patriots, 22-9 at the NFL expo in Montreal
  103. August 25, 1970 – debut performance of Elton John in the US at Los Angeles
  104. August 25, 1971 – Gerry Fitt, leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party, made several accusations of cruelty by safekeeping forces in Northern Ireland at the United Nations representatives
  105. August 25, 1971 – Inauguration of the 32nd Venice Film Festival
  106. August 25, 1973 – in a car accident Butch Trucks, drummer of Allman Brothers, broke his leg
  107. August 25, 1973 – Constitution of Zambia approved
  108. August 25, 1974 – atomic test by France at Muruora Island
  109. August 25, 1974 – in a competition between LA Aztecs and Miami Toros, Aztecs was victorious to win the NASL Cup
  110. August 25, 1976 – Yanks vanquish Twins 5-4, in 19 rounds
  111. August 25, 1979 – 1 day demonstration by Baseball umpires
  112. August 25, 1979 – The Constitution of Somali approved
  113. August 25, 1980 – “42nd Street” Gower Champion’s musical made 3486 presentations at Winter Garden Theatre NYC
  114. August 25, 1980 – Ferguson Jenkins of Rangers detained for custody of drugs with him
  115. August 25, 1981 – solo springboard jumping record set by Jeff Schwartz
  116. August 25, 1981 – Voyager 2 moves near to Saturn (63000 miles)

  117. August 25, 1983 – an agreement between US and USSR for $10 billion grain
  118. August 25, 1984 – French aeroplane overturns
  119. August 25, 1984 – Below Earth Atomic test by the USSR
  120. August 25, 1985 – The youngest pitcher to achieve 20 games was Met Dwight Gooden
  121. August 25, 1985 – LPGA National Pro-Am Golf Tournament won by Pat Bradley
  122. August 25, 1986 – 1st major league home run achieved by A’s Mark McGwire
  123. August 25, 1987 – musical performance by Madonna in Rotterdam
  124. August 25, 1988 – inferno devastates the ancient center of Lisbon
  125. August 25, 1988 – discussion aimed at ending the 8-year battle started between Iran and Iraq
  126. August 25, 1989 – Voyager 2 completes 4-billion-mile travel after 12 years, passes over the clouds of Naptune and its moon Triton, and flashes pictures of marshes
  127. August 25, 1989 – The first woman secretary of Japan’s cabinet was Mayumi Moriyama
  128. August 25, 1990 – The three-way jump record was created by Li Hui Rong of China
  129. August 25, 1990 – armed action against Iraq authorized by the UN Security Council
  130. August 25, 1991 – Emmy Awards for “LA Law”, “Cheers” Kristie Alley and Patricia Wettig
  131. August 25, 1991 – Mitch Voges achieves the 91st US Golf Amateur Championship
  132. August 25, 1991 – 100 m run in 9.86 seconds achieved by Carl Lewis
  133. August 25, 1991 – Norway and Denmark accept the freedom of the USSR Baltic
  134. August 25, 1992 – The 10th Miss Teen USA crown was given to Jamie Salinger
  135. August 25, 1996 – Tiger Woods wins the 96th US Golf Amateur Championship
  136. August 25, 1996 – Star Bank LPGA Classic achieved by Laura Davies
  137. August 25, 1997 – Earlier East German leader Egon Krenz was sentenced to a shoot-to-kill Berlin Wall Policy

    21st Century – August 25 This Day In History – The 2000s

  138. August 25, 2001 – In an air accident in the Bahamas Singer Aaliyah and 8 others died
  139. August 25, 2003 – The Tli land asserts that a treaty has been signed between Dogrib First Nations and the Canadian authority in Rae-Edzo
  140. August 25, 2006 – Ex-Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko convicted of funds laundering, blackmail, etc, and sentenced to 9 years jail term
  141. August 25, 2012 – The Syrian Civil War leaves 330 persons dead
  142. August 25, 2012 – Myanmar deluge displaces 85000 people
  143. August 25, 2012 – Voyager I was the first rocket to enter the space
  144. August 25, 2013 – Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift, and Bruno won the 30th MTV Video Music Award
  145. August 25, 2014 – NBC transmits the 66th Prime Time Emmy Awards sponsored by Seth MeyersSee Also:





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