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Famous Events For October 25

Famous Events For October 25 – Today In History

What Happened on October 25 in World History?

Early Centuries – October 25 Historic Events – Before 1700

1. October 25, 0625 – Boniface V steps down as Catholic Pope
2. October 25, 1131 – installation of Louis VII the Young as Emperor of France
3. October 25, 1147 – Seize of Lisbon by King Afonso I of Portuguese
4. October 25, 1147 – The war of Dorylaeum took place between Seljuk Turks and Germans under the guidance of Conrad III where Germans were defeated
5. October 25, 1241 – Goffredo Castiglioni was nominated as Pope Celestine IV
6. October 25, 1315 – Combined assault on Liverpool Castle by Adam Banastre, Henry de Lea, and William Bradshaw
7. October 25, 1415 – In the war of Agincourt, the French army was vanquished by the army of Henry V

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8. October 25, 1415 – John IV van Burgundy received the honor of Duke of Brabant and Limburg
9. October 25, 1521 – building construction by using wood prohibited in Amsterdam by an order of King Charles V
10. October 25, 1555 – Philp II, son of King Karel was instructed to be responsible for Netherlands, Naples, and Milan
11. October 25, 1577 – Pope Gregory XIII pleads for regeneration of the songs of the church
12. October 25, 1596 – The Navy of Spain navigated from Lisbon to Ireland
13. October 25, 1616 – Discovery of Dirk-Hartog Island, Australia the crew of “The Eendracht” belonging to the Dutch East India Company
14. October 25, 1621 – Playing on Christmas Day was banned by Governor Bradford in the American settlement in Plymouth
15. October 25, 1666 – a partnership friendship by four of Brandenburg, Brunswick, Denmark and the Netherlands against French
16. October 25, 1671 – Iapetus, an object revolving around Saturn was identified by Giovanni Cassini

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

17. October 25, 1741 – Admiral Sir Edward Hawke commanded the British navy and vanquished the French at the 2nd war of Cape Finisterre
18. October 25, 1760 – Installation of George III as Emperor of Great Britain
19. October 25, 1780 – appointment of John Hancock as the first Governor of Massachusetts

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

20. October 25, 1812 – American warship seizures the British ship Macedonian
21. October 25, 1828 – the inauguration of St Katharine Ports in London, England
22. October 25, 1854 – The assault of Light Brigade on Russian force during the war of Balaclava in the Crimean War left 100 dead
23. October 25, 1854 – The British concentration at Balaclava was seized by Prince Menshikov of Crimea
24. October 25, 1859 – in an accidental stranding of the Merchant ship “Royal Charter” at Liverpool, as many as 459 lost their life
25. October 25, 1861 – telecommunication information across St. Louis to San Francisco
26. October 25, 1861 – Establishment of stocks and Shares trade office at Toronto
27. October 25, 1864 – commencement of the war of Marais Des Cygnes River, Kansas
28. October 25, 1870 – the inauguration of Pimlico Race Club in Baltimore
29. October 25, 1970 – the first use of postcards in the USA
30. October 25, 1875 – premiere piano musical composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in Boston, Massachusetts with Hans von Bulow as a vocalist
31. October 25, 1884 – National League Providence, meets American Association, NY Mets in the best of 3 plays at the first World Series
32. October 25, 1885 – a debut musical performance by John Brahms in E minor
33. October 25, 1891 – a 6-day international bike competition concludes
34. October 25, 1893 – Dr. Jameson defeats Ndebeles at the war of Shangani, Matabeleland

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

35. October 25, 1900 – Boer South African Republic comes under the British and given a new name – Transvaal Colony
36. October 25, 1901 – The Anglo-German treaty for friendship collapsed when the Germans came to know of the comments made by Joseph Chamberlain, British Colonial Affairs Secretary in Edinburgh. There were demonstrations against Britain also
37. October 25, 1902 – debut performance of “The Lower Depths” by Maxim Gorky in Moscow
38. October 25, 1902 – around 6,000 persons lost their lives when an Earthquake struck Santa Maria of Guatemala
39. October 25, 1905 – Navy defeats Maryland, 17-0 at the 1st College Football Crab Bowl Classic played at Annapolis
40. October 25, 1906 – Installation of Georges Clemenceau as Prime Minister of France when the tenure of Ferdinand Sarien ended
41. October 25, 1906 – copyrights awarded to US designer Lee de Forest for his invention of “Audion” which revolutionized the radio and broadcasting
42. October 25, 1907 – asylum in Walden cluster was terminated by Frederik of Oaths
43. October 25, 1911 – The last trip of the carriage drawn by horses in London
44. October 25, 1915 – James L Curtis was appointed as Minister for Liberia in the US
45. October 25, 1917 – Inauguration of the All-Russian Congress at Petrograd
46. October 25, 1918 – In an accident involving “Princess Sophia” belonging to Canada off the ridge in Alaska, 398 lost their life
47. October 25, 1923 – The parliamentary committee to inquire into the Teapot Dome disgrace makes its first report known
48. October 25, 1925 – Lester Patrick takes charge of NY Rangers
49. October 25, 1925 – The agreement of Locarno was rejected by German ministers
50. October 25, 1926 – appointment of Lester Patrick as guide and manager of NY Rangers
51. October 25, 1929 – Albert B. Fall, US Cabinet Member, was convicted for accepting kickback to the tune of $100,000 in the Teapot disgrace and sent to prison
52. October 25, 1930 – Atlantic City Convention Centre hosts the first football play
53. October 25, 1930 – commercial air service across the mainland
54. October 25, 1932 – Benito Mussolini assures that he will be the autocrat for 30 years
55. October 25, 1935 – cyclone torrents in Jeremie and Jacmel Haiti leaves 2000 dead
56. October 25, 1937 – Downfall of the Belgian administration for tax evasion
57. October 25, 1937 – appointment of Casey Stengel as Manager of Boston Bees
58. October 25, 1938 – Capture of Hankou and Wuhan by the Japanese army
59. October 25, 1938 – Swing music was condemned by Archbishop of Dubuque, Francis J.L. Beckman.
60. October 25, 1939 – Debut performance of “Time of Your Life” by William Saroyan in NYC
61. October 25, 1940 – appointment of Benjamin O Davis Sr, first African American, as General in the US Army

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62. October 25, 1940 – the debut of the musical by Duke, Latouche, and Felter in NYC
63. October 25, 1941 – mass murder of Jews numbering about 16,000 in Odessa Ukraine
64. October 25, 1941 – Germany assaults Moscow
65. October 25, 1941 -Winston Churchill orders the movement of Allied forces to SE Asia
66. October 25, 1942 – British assault on the 3rd day of the war at El Alamein
67. October 25, 1942 – declaration of war of Henderson Field Guadalcanal
68. October 25, 1942 – Rommel, Army Chief returns to North Africa
69. October 25, 1943 – inauguration of railways in Burma
70. October 25, 1944 – four vessels belonging to Japan submerged at the war at Cape Engano
71. October 25, 1944 – war at Samar island
72. October 25, 1944 – Japanese navy wr3ecked at the war in the Straits of Surigao
73. October 25, 1944- drilling of gas shut down in Amsterdam
74. October 25, 1945 – Army chief Chiang Kai-shek takes control of Taiwan from Japanese hold
75. October 25, 1946 – hearing of Nazi war prisoners commenced in Nuremberg
76. October 25, 1947 – valedictory of “Under the Counter” at Shubert Theatre, NYC after 27 presentations
77. October 25, 1947 – Cricket Legend Don Bradman achieved 156 runs for SA in a match against India in 152 min, 22 fours

78. October 25, 1947 – sale of “Cards” by Sam Breadon for $4M to Robert Hannegan and Fred Saigh
79. October 25, 1950 – Chief of Dutch NSB party, C van Gelderen given capital punishment
80. October 25, 1950 – debut performance of “La Repetition” ou LÁrmour Pani” by Jean Anouilh in Paris
81. October 25, 1951 – peace treaty discussions to terminate the Korean battle recommenced in Panmunjom
82. October 25, 1952 – Release of the first edition in Dutch of the children’s journal “Donald Duck”
83. October 25, 1952 – French President bestows the Donzere-Mondragonstuw Dam
84. October 25, 1952 – In a cricket match between Pakistan and India, Nazir Mohammad achieves the first Test 100
85. October 25, 1953 – detonation in the coal excavation in Seraing leaves 26 dead
86. October 25, 1953 – accomplishment of the 10th musical by Dmitri Shostakovich
87. October 25, 1953 – TV transmission channel 3 in Eureka, CA starts airing on NBC/CBS/ABC
88. October 25, 1955 – The combined friendly nations forces vacate Austria to give it independence
89. October 25, 1955 – Branch Rickey resigns as GM of Pirates
90. October 25, 1955 – sale of the first microwave stove by Tappan
91. October 25, 1956 – AL Lopez assumes the position as manager of the White Sox after Marty Marion steps down
92. October 25, 1957 – The minister in charge of Defence in Russia, Zjoekov, dismissed
93. October 25, 1960 – automatic wrist watches were released for trade in NYC
94. October 25, 1960 -Govt in Cuba takes control of all US Trade
95. October 25, 1961 – Atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya, USSR
96. October 25, 1962 – UN accepts Uganda as its 110th member
97. October 25, 1962 – Belgium commences its first atomic device
98. October 25, 1962 – Nobel Prize for Literature achieved by American writer John Steinbeck
99. October 25, 1962 – US representative in UN Adlai Stevenson stresses for a reply by the representatives of the USSR in the UN on the Cuban crisis
100. October 25, 1963 – literature denouncing Kennedy for various offenses distributed in Dallas
101. October 25, 1963 – tour of Beatles in Sweden for the first time
102. October 25, 1964 – a non-Japanese athlete, Anton Geesink achieved the Gold in Judo at the Olympic games
103. October 25, 1964 – LPGA Phoenix Thunderbirds Ladies; Golf Open achieved by Ruth Jessen
104. October 25, 1964 – Atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya, USSR
105. October 25, 1964 – Viking Jim Marshall goes behind the ground for 66 yards in NFL play for protection
106. October 25, 1964 – premiere performance of Rolling Stones on Ed Sullivan
107. October 25, 1964 – John Surtees achieves by one point the 15th Formula One WDC
108. October 25, 1965 – a musical “Get Off of My Cloud” by Rolling Stone announced
109. October 25, 1966 – six young boys convicted involved in the killing of Johnson in Amsterdam
110. October 25, 1966 – first musical concert by Jimi Hendrix Experience as a personal platform at The Scotch of St. James in London

111. October 25, 1968 – Jean Baptiste Pointe de Sable as an early immigrant, was accepted by Chicago
112. October 25, 1968 – The Netherlands defeats Spain, 1-0 at the Olympic field hockey play. The play took 2 and 25 minutes to finish and is supposed to be the longest one played
113. October 25, 1968 – Yoko Ono acknowledges that she is carrying a child fathered by John Lennon
114. October 25, 1970 – LPGA Women’s Golf Charities Open achieved by Marilynn Smith
115. October 25, 1970 – Jochen Rindt achieved five points at the 21st Formula One WDC (awarded posthumously)
116. October 25, 1971 – an agreement between Belgium and the People’s Republic of China to have ambassadorial-level relations
117. October 25, 1971 – China becomes a member of the UN as endorsed at its General Meeting
118. October 25, 1971 – Taiwan under the rule of Chinese Nationalists was debarred by the UN and accepted Communist People’s Republic of China
119. October 25, 1971 – The Irish Republican Army assaulted the British defence in Belfast. A man died two days later after being injured by firing during the battle.
120. October 25, 1972 – Eddy Merckx of Belgium covered 30 miles and 1258 yards in one hour
121. October 25, 1972 – Kenneth J Arrow shared Nobel Prize in Economics with John R Hicks
122. October 25, 1973 – Premiere achievement by Chris Wills the first National hang-gliding challenge
123. October 25, 1973 – Cubs exchange Ferguson Jenkins for Bill Madlock and Vic Harris of Rangers
124. October 25, 1973 – SF Giants exchange Willie McCovey for pitcher Mike Caldwell of SD Padres
125. October 25, 1974 – the first ICBM hurled by US Air Force
126. October 25, 1974 – debut performance of the 15th String musical by Dmitri Shostakovich in Leningrad
127. October 25, 1974 – The song “Junior’s Farm” by Paul and Linda McCartney was performed by Wings
128. October 25, 1975 – Denver Nuggets defeat St Louis Spirits at the McNichols Sports Stadium
129. October 25, 1975 – spacecraft Venera 10 built by the USSR lands on the dayside of Venus
130. October 25, 1976 – The approach and landing tests (ALT) of spacecraft Enterprise conducted
131. October 25, 1976 – The rape accused in the 1931 rape case, Clarence Norris was forgiven by Governor Wallace
132. October 25, 1977 – a new version of Open VMS V1.0 was announced by Digital Equipment Corporation
133. October 25, 1978 – a summary of the agreement for peace accepted in theory by Israel administration
134. October 25, 1978 – Cy Young award achieved by Gaylord Perry of Padres in both NL and AL
135. October 25, 1978 – premiere performance of “Halloween”, guided by John Carpenter featuring Donald Pleasence and Jammie Lee Curtis in her first film
136. October 25, 1979 – Atomic test by USSR below the surface
137. October 25, 1980 – Mike Weaver was triumphant over Gerrie Coetzee in 13 for the heavyweight boxing championship
138. October 25, 1980 – The musical “Guilty” and “Woman In Love” by Barbra Streisand achieve the No.1 position for 3 weeks
139. October 25, 1981 – Allison Roe clocks the lengthy run in 2:25:29 at the 11th NYC Women’s Marathon
140. October 25, 1981 – a massive protest in Brussels against rocket projectile
141. October 25, 1981 – There was a fight in the lift between George Steinbrenner and two admirers
142. October 25, 1982 – In a cricket match between SA vs Victoria, David Hookes records a 1 ton in 34 balls, 43 min

143. October 25, 1983 – The US won the battle against a very small country Grenada
144. October 25, 1983 – debut performance of “Give My Regards to Broad Street” at Gotham Theatre, NYC
145. October 25, 1984 – the inauguration of an Arts center in Brussels by King Boudouin
146. October 25, 1984 – Rangers vanquish Devils, 11-2
147. October 25, 1984 – Atomic test by USSR at Novaya Zemlya USSR
148. October 25, 1984 – Rainer Barzel, West German Chancellor, steps down against allegations of kickbacks
149. October 25, 1985 – The offer of another agreement for Rod Carew was denied by Angels
150. October 25, 1985 – The military spacecraft Kosmos 1700 for exchange of information was made to orbit the Earth which appeared stationary relative to the speed of the Earth (i.e. orbits at the same speed as the rotation of the Earth)
151. October 25, 1986 – South Africa expels International Red Cross

152. On October 25, 1986  – Michael Sergio had a free fall by parachute at the Shea Arena during the play of the 6th World Series
153. October 25, 1987 – Minnesota Twins achieve their premiere World Series competition defeating St Louis Cards, 4-3 at the 84th World Series
154. October 25, 1988 – ABC advocated that tiny pigs can be excellent pets
155. October 25, 1988 – Atomic test by France at Mururoa island
156. October 25, 1990 – repeat performance of “Les Miserable” at Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia
157. October 25, 1990 – Evander Hollyfield defeated Buster Douglas in 3 for the heavyweight boxing competition
158. October 25, 1990 – Workers of NY Daily News stop function
159. October 25, 1990 – a musical “40-Hour Week” by Alabama was recirculated
160. October 25, 1991 – In an ODI at Sharjah against India, Aaquib Javed achieves 7 wickets conceding 37 runs in 10 overs
161. October 25, 1992 – valedictory of “Dancing at Lughnasa” at Plymouth Theatre NYC after 421 presentations
162. October 25, 1992 – valedictory of “Jake’s Women” at Neil Simon Theatre NYC after 245 presentations

163. October 25, 1992 – appointment of Rene Lachemann as Fla Marlins first Manager
164. October 25, 1992 – plebiscite in Lithuania for freedom from Soviet
165. October 25, 1993 – a passenger aircraft belonging to Nigeria was seized by captors leaving one dead
166. October 25, 1993 – Canada Liberal Party and Bloc Quebecois were declared victorious in the congressional voting
167. October 25, 1993 – In a cricket match, Daryll Cullinan scores 337 (not out) for Transvaal – a high-best
168. October 25, 1994 – Susan Smith asserts that her two children were stolen along with her car
169. October 25, 1995 – premiere of “Victor/Victoria” at Marquis Theatre NYC to give 738 presentations
170. October 25, 1995 – Queen Elizabeth II decorates Singer Cliff Richard with the “knighthood” title
171. October 25, 1996 – surgery to conduct heart replacement was done on Frank, sibling of Yank manager Joe Torre
172. October 25, 1997 – Announcement by Denis Sassou-Nguesso that he was the President of the Republic of the Congo after defeating Pascal Lissouba

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

173. October 25, 2000 – Discovery of Orrorin genesis, supposed to exist some 6 million years ago and closely related to humans, by a group of researchers led by Brigitte Senut and Martin Pickford
174. October 25, 2001 – Windows XP available on sale
175. October 25, 2003 – Florida Marlins defeat New York Yankees to achieve 4-2 in the MLB World Series
176. October 25, 2004 – Fidel Castro prohibits the circulation of the American Dollar from Nov.8
177. October 25, 2007 – commencement of commercial air service by Airbus 380 on behalf of Singapore Airlines from Singapore and Sydney, Australia
178. October 25, 2009 – the detonation of bombs in Baghdad leaves 155 dead and 721 injured
179. October 25, 2009 – New York Yankees defeat Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, 4-2 at the MLB American League Championship
180. October 25, 2010 – a musical “Speak Now” by Taylor Swift circulated
181. October 25, 2012 – cyclone Sandy hits Cuba and Haiti leaving 65 dead and property damages worth $80 million
182. October 25, 2012 – The financial recession in the UK sees a rise of 1.0% in GDP with assistance from the London Olympic Games

183. October 25, 2013 – offensive in Borno State, Nigeria leaves 74 Boko Harem dead
184. October 25, 2016 – Man Booker Prize achieved by Paul Beatty for his book entitled “The Sellout”
185. October 25, 207 – In an accident in an amusement park at Dreamworld, Queensland, Australia, 4 were dead
186. October 25, 2017 – A new advisory committee was announced in the Great Hall of the People by Chinese Premier Xi Jinping who is not able to get to the top
187. October 25, 2017 – A science magazine, “Plus One” reports that the remains of an ichthyosaur have been discovered in India

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