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Famous Events For November 25

Famous Events For November 25 – Today In History

What Happened on November 25 in World History?

Early Centuries – November 25 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. November 25, 1034 – Donnchad, son of the second daughter of Malcolm II, King of Scots, becomes the king on the demise of Malcolm II
2. November 25, 1165 – Holy Roman King Frederick I (Barbarossa) arrives in Utrecht
3. November 25, 1177 – Baldwin IV of Jerusalem vanquishes Saladin army at the war of Montgisard
4. November 25, 1185 – Umberto Crivelli (Pope Urban III) takes charge as Pope on the demise of Pope Lucius III (Ubaldo Allucingoli) who ruled during 1181-85
5. November 25, 1277 – selection of Giovanni Gaetano Orsini as Pope Nicolas III
6. November 25, 1357 – Jews of Strasbourg Alsace were given protection by an executive order of Charles IV

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7. November 25, 1491 – Granada, the last headquarters of Moors in Spain, was sieged
8. November 25, 1500 – Christopher Columbus was detained by the chief De Bobadilla of Santo Domingo
9. November 25, 1598 – The commercial convoy led by Jacob Cornelius van Neck arrives in Bantam West-Java during his second voyage to Indonesia
10. November 25, 1659 – The Danish city of Nyborg sieged by Michiel de Ruyter
11. November 25, 1667 – 80000 people lost their life, during a devastating earthquake that struck Shemakha, Caucasus

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

12. November 25, 1715 – copyright granted to an American by the English for inventing a corn processing device
13. November 25, 1741 – In a military action, with the help of Imperial Russian forces, Elizabeth of Russia takes control of as supreme authority in Saint Petersburg, Russia
14. November 25, 1744 – The Jews of Prague were looted and murdered by the Austrian army
15. November 25, 1755 – The King of Spain, Ferdinand IV was given imperial security, Beaterio de la Compania de Jesus, now called the Congregation of the Religious of the Virgin Mary (RVM)

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16. November 25, 1758 – The French surrendered Fort Duquesne to the British, the fort was later named Fort Pitt/Pittsburgh
17. November 25, 1766 – Pope Clement XIII cautions about the dangers of writings against Christians
18. November 25, 1783 – New York City, the last military stronghold of the British in the US was vacated
19. November 25, 1792 – Publication of the first encyclopedia on Farmers’ data by Benjamin Banneker

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

20. November 25, 1817 – The act of ‘sword swallowing’ was first performed in New York
21. November 25, 1826 – The armed ship, Hellas reaches Nafplion, and it was the first armed ship of the Hellenic Navy
22. November 25, 1834 – The New York’s premium cafeteria, Delmonico, makes available a meal of soup, steak, coffee, and a piece of pie for 12 cents

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23. November 25, 1839 – a severe hurricane with speeding winds and 40-foot waves devastates southeastern India and extinguishes the city of Coringa. The waves move across the upcountry obliterating nearly 20,000 vessels and killing about 300,000 people
24. November 25, 1841 – the arrival of those remaining, about 35, during the rebellion on board the ship carrying slaves, Amistad, in Africa
25. November 25, 1847 – creation of “Marta” in Vienna
26. November 25, 1863 – war of Missionary Ridge, Tennessee
27. November 25, 1864 – a failed attempt to set fire to New York City by Allied forces
28. November 25, 1864 – evacuation of Allied forces from Sandersville, Georgia
29. November 25, 1867 – copyright by Alfred Nobel, a Swedish chemist, for preparing the dynamite
30. November 25, 1867 – A US-appointed committee reviews the impeachment charges against President Andrew Johnson
31. November 25, 1874 – the peasants affected by the Panic of 1873 in the United States, create a political party, Greenback Party, in the US
32. November 25, 1876 – The United States Army dismisses the Chief of Cheyenne village at the source of the river Powder River, as a vengeance, for the downfall of the American army at the war of the Little Bighorn
33. November 25, 1884 – copyright is given to John B. Meyenberg for preparing condensed milk
34. November 25, 1894 – formation of Greenback Party, an Independent party, in Indianapolis
35. November 25, 1897 – Puerto Rico gains freedom from Spain
36. November 25, 1899 – Army chief Methuen defeats Farmers at the battle of Graspan, Cape colony

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20th Century – Important Events On This Day November 25 – The 1900s

37. November 25, 1902 – debut performance of “Wiener Frauen” by Franz Lehar in Vienna
38. November 25, 1905 – a first advertisement from Telimco offering a radio set at $7.50 in Scientific American, which is capable of receiving signals up to one mile
39. November 25, 1907 – premiere of “Thais” by Jules Massenet in New York
40. November 25, 1908 – in a marathon conducted in Madison Square Garden, Dorando Pietri (It) defeats Johnny Hayes (US) by 60 yards
41. November 25, 1911 – UT Blues defeat Toronto Argonauts, 14-7, and their 3rd straight title in the CFL Grey Cup, Varsity Stadium, Toronto
42. November 25, 1911 – Norman Brookes of Australia, a 1907 Wimbledon titleholder defeats Horace Rice, 6-1,6-2,6-3 at the Australian Championships Men’s Tennis, Melbourne
43. November 25, 1912 –establishment of the American College of Surgeons in Springfield, Illinois
44. November 25, 1912 – a rumor that world war is coming was disallowed by the Socialist International organization

45. November 25, 1913 – an organization to secure the rights and liberties common to all the people of Ireland, entitled The Irish Volunteers was established in Dublin
46. November 25, 1920 – first Thanksgiving Parade organized in Philadelphia
47. November 25, 1920 – running commentary and telecast of the first soccer play by WTAW of College Station, TX
48. November 25, 1922 – Crown Prince Hirohito of Japan assumes charge as Regent of Japan in place of his bedridden father
49. November 25, 1925 – a proposal by KPD to the German Parliament to take away powers from the monarchy
50. November 25, 1930 – a maximum number of earthquakes, 690 tremors in one day, recorded at Ito in Japan
51. November 25, 1930 – Bill Terry and Joe Cronin named MVP respectively by Sporting News
52. November 25, 1933, the – First liquid fuel missile built by the Soviets reached a height of 261 ft (80m)
53. November 25, 1935 – the founding of the International Institute of Social History (IISG) in Amsterdam
54. November 25, 1936 – an agreement between Germany and Japan on the anti-Komintern treaty

55. November 25, 1937 – curtain down for World’s Fair of Paris; 31.2 million people visited the fair
56. November 25, 1940 – 200 lost their lives when the vessel ss Patria with unlawful refugees on board sank in the port of Haifa
57. November 25, 1940 – Tom Harmon’s #98 steps down from the University of Michigan football team
58. November 25, 1940 – premiere of Woody Woodpecker, an animated fictional character in “Knock Knock” by Walter Lantz
59. November 25, 1940 – first flights of two medium Netherlands aircraft bombers, de Havilland Mosquito and Martin B-26
60. November 25, 1941 – German Jews in the Netherlands lost their nationality
61. November 25, 1941 – appointment of Lou Boudreau, 24, as manager of Cleveland Indians
62. November 25, 1941 – Finland signed the Anti-Komintern Agreement
63. November 25, 1942 – establishment of the National Organization for Aid to Underground, LO
64. November 25, 1943 – U-600, a submarine, submerges in the Atlantic Ocean
65. November 25, 1944 – Montreal HMCS vanquishes Hamilton Flying Wildcats, 7-6 at the 32nd CFL Grey Cup.
66. November 25, 1944 – 160 men making purchases in the Woolworth’s store in Deptford, United Kingdom, lost their lives when a German V-2 missile struck the store
67. November 25, 1947 – New Zealand accepts the Statute of Westminster and becomes a territory
68. November 25, 1947 – American theatre personalities who were suspected to have links with Communist or considerations with them were not employed as per the first organized Hollywood backlist framed

69. November 25, 1948 – Fort Funston, San Francisco was cleared of the 16-inch coastal rifles
70. November 25, 1948 – TV transmission channel 5 starts functioning in Seattle, WA on NBC
71. November 25, 1949 – the music chats exhibit the Rudolf, the Red-Nosed Reindeer
72. November 25, 1949 – nomination of Ted Williams as AL MVP
73. November 25, 1950 – last performance of “Tdefeat Please” at Coronet Theater, NYC after 245 presentations
74. November 25, 1950 – Toronto Argonauts defeat Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 13-0 to achieve their 9th title at the CFL Grey Cup, Varsity Stadium, Toronto
75. November 25, 1950 – Eritrea transferred to Ethiopia by an order of the UN
76. November 25, 1951 – In an accident involving a train in Woodstock, Alabama, 17 people lost their lives
77. November 25, 1951 – Cleveland Browns reprimanded for 209 yards against Chicago Bears
78. November 25, 1951 – prohibition of the memorial of Dutch struggle supporter Hannie Schaft
79. November 25, 1951 – Herb Thomas achieves the 3rd NASCAR Sprint Cup
80. November 25, 1951 – Cleveland halfback Dub Jones scores equal to the NFL best for the majority of the touchdowns in a play. Browns defeat Chicago Bears, 42-21 at Cleveland Arena
81. November 25, 1952 – appointment of George Meany as chairman of AFL
82. November 25, 1952 – Dallas Texans defeat the Bears, their only victory for the NFL
83. November 25, 1953 – last performance of “Guys and Dolls” at 46th St Theater NYC after 1200 presentations
84. November 25, 1953 – Honshu, Japan attacked by twin catastrophes like an earthquake and tsunami
85. November 25, 1953 – In a football match, Hungary defeats England, 6-3
86. November 25, 1955 – separation based on race banned on trains and buses between US states

87. November 25, 1955 – debut performance of the 6th Concerto by Walter Piston
88. November 25, 1955 – stepping down of Clement Attlee as the leader of the UK Labor Party
89. November 25, 1957 – the speaking ability of US President Dwight Eisenhower suffers due to a mild stroke
90. November 25, 1958 – French grants self-governing status to Senegal
91. November 25, 1959 – premiere of “Once Upon a Mattress” at Alvin Theater NYC for 460 presentations
92. November 25, 1960 – first nuclear apparatus for R and D purposes, Richland, WA
93. November 25, 1960 – last airing of “Amos ‘n’ Andy” on CBS radio
94. November 25, 1960 – Soap advertisement on CBS for the last 4 episodes terminated (Ma Perkins, Right to Happiness, Young Dr. Malone, and 2nd Mrs. Burton), as also the other 4 events
95. November 25, 1960 – murdering of three of the four Mirabal sisters, who protested against the anarchical rule of Rafael Trujillo of the Dominican Republic.
96. November 25, 1961 – Bob Cousy of the NBA achieves 15,000 points and becomes the 2nd player to achieve this distinction
97. November 25, 1962 – TV transmission channel 34 in Binghamton, NY commences its airing programs on ABC
98. November 25, 1963 – JFK cremated at Arlington National Cemetery
99. November 25, 1965 – Gen Mobutu leads a military rebellion in Congo to dismiss President Kasavubu
100. November 25, 1966 – NL Rookie of the Year awarded to Tommy Helms, infielder of Cincinnati
101. November 25, 1966 – closing down of Radio Invicta, a pirate Radio Station 390
102. November 25, 1967 – last performance of ‘Apple Tree’ at Shubert Theater NYC after 463 presentations
103. November 25, 1967 – Adaption of Atlantic Standard Time in Puerto Rico
104. November 25, 1968 – Golden Lotus awarded to “Hatey Bazarey” at the 15th National Film Awards (India)
105. November 25, 1969 – The UK’s backing of the Vietnam War angers John Lennon and he refuses to retain the title OBE given to him
106. November 25, 1969 – AL Rookie of the Year awarded to Lou Piniella, KC outfielder
107. November 25, 1970 – AL Rookie of the Year awarded to Thurman Munson, catcher of the Yankees
108. November 25, 1970 – Yukio, an author, and two fellow citizens end their lives after they fail to organize a military rebellion

109. November 25, 1971 – Dan Cooper, an American, kidnaps an aircraft, extorts $299,000, and parachutes from the plane over Washington State and is never traced
110. November 25, 1971 – Award of 37th Heisman Trophy to Pat Sullivan, the Auburn (QB)
111. November 25, 1971 – a proposition by the British Labor Party leader, Harold Wilson, that the British should pull out from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland may be admitted into the British Commonwealth after 15 years
112. November 25, 1972 – last performance of “Ambassador” at Lunt-Fontanne Theater, NYC after 9 presentations
113. November 25, 1973 – aircraft B747 belonging to KLM was kidnapped from Iraq to Dubai, by 3 Palestinians
114. November 25, 1973 – Ottawa Rough Riders, 8th Championship vanquish Edmonton Eskimos, 22-18
115. November 25, 1973 – Non-violent military rebellion dismisses Greek President George Papadopoulos
116. November 25, 1973 – The clave energy, the US reduced the limit to 55 MPH
117. November 25, 1974 – The British declare the Irish Republican Army as criminal given 21 deaths
118. November 25, 1974 – AL Rookie of the Year awarded to Mike Hargrove of the Rangers
119. November 25, 1975 – Suriname granted independence from the Netherlands (National Day)
121. November 25, 1975 – a group labeled “Shankill Butchers” killed their first victim; The group was labeled thus for their habit of abduction in the night, and killing by cutting the throat of arbitrary Catholic residents in Belfast
122. November 25, 1976 – O.J. Simpson scores 273 yards in a match, Buffalo Vs Detroit
123. November 25, 1976 – The Bands recorded their sendoff recital at San Francisco’s Winter Land Ballroom
124. November 25, 1976 – The accepted principle theory of relativity was proved by the radio signals from Viking 1 from Mars
125. November 25, 1976 – Robert Torsney, an NYPD officer, opens fire against an unarmed boy, Randolph Evans. at the boy’s Brooklyn home
126. November 25, David Steed stands on a non-moving motorcycle for 9 hrs, 15 mins
127. November 25, 1977 – Thomas Hearns defeats Jerome Hill in 2 rounds in his debut professional competition
128. November 25, 1978 – The incumbent Prime Minister Robert Muldoon of New Zealand, and the National Party, was successful in the general voting
129. November 25, 1979 – last show of “Most Happy Fella” at Majestic Theater, NYC after 53 presentations
130. November 25, 1979 – Edmonton Eskimos vanquish Montreal Alouettes, 17-9 to retain the CFL Grey Cup championship at Olympic Stadium, Montreal; Edmonton Eskimos were not selected for MVP and MV Canadian Awards
131. November 25, 1979 – The Alma oilfields in the Gulf of Suez were returned to Egypt by Israel
132. November 25, 1979 – Pittsburgh defeats Cleveland, 33-30
133. November 25, 1979 – The legendary duo, Pat Summerall and John Madden called a play together for the first time and continued their pairing for 22 years. They were regarded as the most celebrities in the history of the TV sportscasting field
134. November 25, 1980 – The military rebellion Burkina scraps its constitution
135. November 25, 1980 – Atomic test by France at Mururoa islands
136. November 25, 1980 – In a first-class cricket match between Pakistan and WI at Lahore, Imran Khan his debut century
137. November 25, 1980 – Boxer Roberto Duran leaves the ring in the 8th round saying “no mass” (no more) thus, Sugar Ray Leonard recovers the WBC welterweight boxing title at Superdome, New Orleans
138. November 25, 1980 – Col Saye Zerbo organizes a military rebellion in Upper-Volta forcing the incumbent President Laminzana to run away
139. November 25, 1981 – unsuccessful attempt by South African armed forces to take over Seychelles

140. November 25, 1981 – AL MVP awarded to a substitute pitcher for the first time in Rollie Fingers.
141. November 25, 1981 – appreciation of Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger by Pope John Paul II as prefect of the Congregation for Doctrine of the Faith
142. November 25, 1982 – An inferno on Thanksgiving Day in Minneapolis devastates the majority of the city block, the Northwestern National Bank building and the locked Donaldson’s Departmental Stores
143. November 25, 1983 – Larry Holmes defeats Marvis Frazier to win the heavyweight boxing championship
144. November 25, 1983 – landing of the spacecraft Soyuz T-9 on Earth after 149 days of its take-off
145. November 25, 1983 – agreement by Syria and Saudi Arabia to call off PLO civil war in Tripoli
146. November 25, 1984 – in the general presidential voting in Uruguay, Julio M Sanguinetti was selected as President
147. November 25, 1984 – second artificial heart (Jarvik-7) transplant to William Schroeder
148. November 25, 1985 – AL Rookie of the Year awarded to Ozzie Guillen, shortstop of the White Sox
149. November 25, 1986 – AL Rookie of the Year awarded to Jose Canseco of A’s
150. November 25, 1986 – secret defense pact revealed by President Reagan in the Iran-Contra affair
151. November 25, 1986 – Fawn Hall, secretary of Oliver North, steals records from his office
152. November 25, 1987 – In a cricket match Vs England, at Lahore, Abdul Qadir takes 9 wickets for 56
153. November 25, 1987 – In a cricket match in Delhi against West Indies, India scored 75 runs with the loss of 10 wickets; Patterson achieved 5-24
154. November 25, 1987 – a tsunami type hurricane devastates the Philippines with wind speed up to 165 mph, and the flood submerges the whole village killing 1036
155. November 25, 1988 – Chuck Berry involved in an attack in NYC had to pay a fine of $250 to solve the charges
156. November 25, 1988 – an assembly to discuss the ways and means of misuse of the mineral wealth of the Antarctic formed and resolutions approved
157. November 25, 1988 – the wedding of US and Soviet chess professionals, Donaldson & Akhmilovskaya
158. November 25, 1988 – North East US and Canada suffer from extensive earthquake but no causalities were reported
159. November 25, 1988 – Rita Sussmuth, a politician sworn in as President of Bundestag
160. November 25, 1989 – In a cricket match against New Zealand, David Boon scores 200 runs, at cricket WACA
161. November 25, 1990 – Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeat Edmonton Eskimos, 50-11; the score of 28 points achieved by Winnipeg during the 3rd quarter was the highest for the Grey Cup – at the CFL Grey Cup, BC Place, Vancouver
162. November 25, 1990 – During the first general election in Poland, Lech Walesa was elected
163. November 25, 1990 – NY Giants and SF 49ers were victorious in the first 10 games
164. November 25, 1990 – In a cricket match between India and Sri Lanka, the Indian team took ten wickets for 82; Venkatapathy Raju for India took 6 wickets for 12 in 17.5 overs
165. November 25, 1993 – The administration headed by Liberia Peters in Dutch Antilles resigns
166. November 25, 1993 -assassination attempt on the life of Egyptian Prime Minister, Atef Sedki was unsuccessful; 1 person lost his life
167. November 25, 1994 – Stepping down of founder of Sony Akio Morita as CEO announced
168. November 25, 1995 – Last performance of “Patti LuPone on Broadway” at Walter Kerr NYC after 46 presentations
169. November 25, 1996 – The Disneyland Main Street Electrical Night parade made its last run this day after 24 years
170. November 25, 1997 – Richard Bill, a Technician in US telephones was detained in Russia on espionage charges
171. November 25, 1997 – The collection of music, “Sevens” by Garth Brooks announced (Grammy Award Best Country Collaboration with Vocals 1998, Billboard Album of the Year 1998)

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

172. November 25, 2000 – Tremors felt in Baku, Azerbaijan
173. November 25, 2000 – Australia defeated New Zealand, 40-12 at the 12th Rugby League World Cup
174. November 25, 2000 – Lindsay Davenport defeats Conchita Martinez of Spain, 6-1,6-2 at the Federation Cup Women’s Tennis, Las Vegas, Nevada; the US got an impressive 3-0 lead
175. November 25, 2001 – Calgary Stampeders defeat Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 27-19 to achieve their 5th championship title at the CFL Grey Cup, Olympic Stadium, Montreal
176. November 25, 2005 – The Archives of Warsaw Pact was thrown open to historians by the Polish Minister for National Defense Radek Sikorski; The exhibits revealed the likelihood of atomic strikes against Western Europe and the elimination of 43 Polish towns by the forces under the control of Soviets
177. November 25, 2007 – The call for a voting and referendum by the President of Romania to change the pattern of voting in the European Parliament voting was held in Romania (The voting was rejected for lack of participation by the majority of the public)
178. November 25, 2007 – Saskatchewan Roughriders vanquish Winnipeg Blu Bombers, 23-19 to achieve their 3rd CGL Grey Cup title at the CFL Grey Cup, Rogers Centre, Toronto
179. November 25, 2008 – A bomb detonation in a car in St Petersburg, Russia leaves 3 dead and wounding one
180. November 25, 2009 – An inundation caused by a strong hurricane in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia leaves 150 people dead and washes away thousands of automobiles during Haj. The downpour due to the hurricane was equivalent to 3 years’ worth of rain in 4 hours
181. November 25, 2011 – A surprise and ferocious gale struck the southern parts of Sri Lanka killing 27 people the roofs of thousands of homes were blown out and many more homes were demolished. Mudslides together with gales were also informed
182. November 25, 2012 – The detonation of two bombs in cars attacking a Protestant church in Nigeria, caused 11 deaths and 30 wounded
183. November 25, 2012 – A bus carrying a wedding party falls into a ravine in India causing the death of 16 people and injury to 44 persons
184. November 25, 2012 – Toronto Argonauts were victorious over Calgary Stampeders, 35-22
185. November 25, 2012 – Miguel, Beyonce was awarded the 26th Soul Train Music Award
186. November 25, 2012 – Sebastian Vettel drives the German Red Bull to come 4th in the season-ending Brazilian Grand Prix at Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace and achieve his 3rd successive F1 World Drivers Championship by 3 points from Fernando Alonso
187. November 25, 2013 – A car bomb attack on a restaurant in Baghdad, Iraq leaves 17 dead and 37 injurious
188. November 25, 2013 – premiere of “Frozen: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” by Disney (Grammy Award for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media 2015, 2014 Billboard Album of the year)
189. November 25, 2014 – US Secretary for Defense, Chuck Hagel steps down after serving at the top of the Pentagon
190. November 25, 2014 – The Bern Art Museum in Switzerland decides to receive the paintings robbed from Jewish titleholders by the Nazis
191. November 25, 2014 – violence started throughout the US when a jury in Missouri decided not to frame charges against a white policeman who killed a black teenage boy by shooting
192. November 25, 2014 – To avoid plundering during the second night in the city of Ferguson, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon rushes the US National Guard army to Ferguson
193. November 25, 2014 – Lionel Messi adjudged the best top scorer of the UEFA Champions League
194. November 25, 2015 – Pope Francis commences a tour of Africa, Kenya, Uganda, and the Central African Republic
195. November 25, 2017 – detention of Naya Rivera, an actress, on charges of domestic violence
196. November 25, 2017 – a frozen embryo 24 years ago was effectively born in Tennessee – Emma Wren Gibson.
197. November 25, 2018 – The Camp Fire in north California that killed 85, 249 missing spread over 153,000 acres, and rendered to ashes 14,000 homes, was fully (100%) brought under control.
198. November 25, 2018 – The decision for the British to exit the EU was approved by EU leaders (Brexit)
199. November 25, 2018 – Lewis Hamilton, British Mercedes driver, achieves his Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to win his 5th Formula 1 WDC title by 88 points from Sebastian Vettel; Mercedes’ 5th successive Contractors championship
200. November 25, 2018 – Marin Cilic defeats French Lucas Pouille, 7-6, 6-3,6-3 to win the final for Croatia, 3-1
201. November 25, 2018 – Calgary Stampeders defeat Ottawa Red Blacks, 27-16; Terry Williams a high best point of 97-yard punt-return touchdown
202. November 25, 2018 – 700 were wounded when an earthquake of 6.3 strength devastated Iran’s Kermanshah area
203. November 25, 2018 – Philip Rivers of LA Chargers quarterback achieves an NFL best by finishing 25 straight passes to defeat the Arizona Cardinals, 45-10;

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