The March 25th is the 84e Jour of the Année (85e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier.
Sign of the zodiac: 3rd day of the Ram
1005 : Kenneth III of Scotland, king d' Écosse of 997 with 1005, is killed - as his/her Giric son - with the Bataille of Monzievaird against Malcolm, his/her cousin, who will succeed to him. (end of the reign in 1034).
- 1351 : Ploërmel: Combat of the Thirty: at the time of the War of succession of Brittany, thirty English knights, in favor of Jean de Montfort, clash in singular combat with thirty French knights in favor of Charles of Blois. The latter are victorious.
1437 : New the king d' Écosse Jacques II, seven years old, is crowned with the Abbaye Hollyrood of Edinburgh.
1730 : François Poulin de Francheville obtains a patent of exploitation of the iron ore and creates the " Forging mills of the Saint-Maurice " with Three-Rivers, the first heavy industry of the Canada.
1793 : Europe: The Convention declares the war with the England and the Holland. The England refuses that the France opens with navigation the the Scheldt and the Scheldt which are likely to compete with the Dutch ports and especially it takes again the old tradition which prescribes to cause enemies with the France on the continent, subsidies with the support if it is needed. She undertakes to gather behind her all the hostile monarchs with the Revolution. Already, in 1792, before even the Ultimatum of the Grenville Prime Minister had made openings in direction of the Austria. The March 25th with the Russia.
- 1799 : The French Army ordered by Jean-Baptiste Jourdan beats the Austrian army ordered by the Archiduc Charles with the Bataille of Stockach.
1821 : Greek of the Peloponnese joined together with the Holy-Laure '' Aghia Lavra '' lend oath to be released from the occupation of the Ottoman Empire. Beginning of the War of Greek independence which will last 12 years and will lead to independence.
1944 : After having dug a Tunnel, soixante-seize allied aviators escapes from a camp in Poland; three of them will reach the England, the majority of the others, including six Canadians, will be cut down by the Germans; their history will inspire the film the great escape .
1954 : The first commercial receiver of Télévision is put on the market by the company RCA.
- 1956 : After 3 days of spectacles of Rock'n'roll animated by the disc jockey Alan Freed in a theater of Hartford, in the Connecticut (the United States), the police force stopped 11 teenagers and cancelled the authorization of exploitation. What leads a psychiatrist to declare at the time of his testimony before the committee charged to emit the authorizations that “ the Rock-and-roll is a contagious disease causing the insecurity of the young teenagers and the incentive oldest to make odd gestures. It is a tribal music concerned with the cannibalism ”.
1969: The Pakistani president Ayoub Khan gives the capacity to the soldiers, after 11 years of reign.
1985 : Amadeus, of the realizer Milos Forman, raid 8 Oscars,
- In New Caledonia, Paul Néaoutyine becomes the new chief of the Face of the release Kanak.
- In Swiss, Four criminals conceals the 35 million FS to the seat of the Union from Swiss banks to Geneva at the time of one of largest Hold-up in this country.
- with New York, a Fire made quatre-vingt-sept died in a illegal Discotheque.
- Alain Prost gains its fortieth Grand Prix of Formula 1 in Brazil.
- the the United States complete their military withdrawal of Somalia; humanitarian operation had been launched fifteen months earlier by George Bush father.
- Surya Bonaly, Philippe Candeloro and couples it Sophie Moniotte Pascal Lavanchy bring back only money medals to the championship of the world of figure skating.
- the the United States, the France and the Great Britain sign fine treaty putting at one half-century atomic experiments in the Pacifique south.
- Johnny Hallyday wife Laetitia Boudou.
- the Veterinary Committee of the European Union prohibits the British ox export because of the ESB (bovine spongiform Encéphalopathie).
- Braveheart , epopee historical with large budget putting in the high-speed motorboat and carried out by Mel Gibson, harvest 5 statuettes during the handing-over of the Oscars.
- the Chilean Congress votes an constitutional amendment granting immunity to the former presidents of the Republic, of which the general Augusto Pinochet.
- ED Moses carries the world records of the 200 m brews to 2 mn 06 S 40.
- Between 3000 and 10000 people ravel with Paris to protest against the insufficiency of the new diploma of Gynécologue and his installation not allowing even the replacement of the departures the retirement of the practitioners. The women rely on their gynéco and do not want, for the majority to mix their medical and gynaecological problems. They wish to keep this specificity and especially this speciality recognized by the government.
- the Socialist Bertrand Delanoë is officially elected mayor of Paris after 24 years of supremacy of RPR.
- the army Macedonian lance an big operation against the insurrectionists albanophones to try to push back them area of Tetovo, the second city of the country.
- Epidemic of Foot-and-mouth disease: the British ministry of Agriculture confirms that 47 new hearths of the disease were detected, which changes to 607 the full number of hearths discovered since the beginning of the crisis. Jean Glavany maintains that there is a probability of fraud in the second case detected in France.
- Nigeria: Safiya Hussaini was acquitée in call. She with had been died by Lapidation for adultery. (see March 18th)
- legal Bur: a burglar multi-recidivist sent a Fax then a letter of confirmation for a request for setting in freedom near the course of call of Lyon. Article 148-2 of the Criminal procedure code lays down 10 days so that the Court of Appeal gives its answer this one lets pass the time. One must thus release a multi-recidivist.
- Edith Cresson, old Prime Minister Frenchwoman (of which it holds the record of smaller duration at this station) is accused by Belgian justice of fraud between 1995 with 1999 whereas it was police chief European.
- a Séisme of 5,8 degrees on the open scales of Richter shakes the north of the Afghanistan and keep silent a thousand of people.
- a French team percussionnists succeeds in playing during 48 hours and 15 minutes and establish a new record.
- British the Prime Minister Tony Blair starts with Tripoli the first visit of a British head of government since the independence of the country, in 1951, thus holding a made promise with the colonel Mouammar Kadhafi who had taken in December 2003 to dismantle his program of weapons of massive destruction.
- an organized peaceful walk with Abidjan by the PDCI of Henri Konan Bédié to protest against the blocking of the agreements of Marcoussis, whereas the demonstrations are prohibited by decree since the 18, is repressed by the armed forces: there are 120 died.
- the ex-rebels and the principal party of opposition suspend their participation in the government of the Ivory Coast of Laurent Gbagbo, a few hours after fatal confrontations between police force and opponents with Abidjan.
- the judge Thierry Perriquet returns a nonsuit, two years after the beginning of the instruction, concerning the shutter " rapes and procuring " Business Alegre, bleaching the former mayor of Toulouse Dominique Baudis and the magistrate Marc Bourragué .
- Beginning of the Jubilee of the Puy-en-Velay, which finishes this same year the August 15th, day of the Assomption.
1152 : Alphonse II of Aragon, known as Pure the , king d' Aragon of 1162 with 1196, count de Barcelone of 1162 with 1196, count de Provence of 1166 with 1196 and count de Roussillon of 1172 with 1196. († April 25th 1196).
- 1347 : Holy Catherine of His born Catherine Benincasa , Dominican mystic, tertiary sector and théologienne. († 1380)
- 1593: Jean de Brébeuf, missionary French Jesuit in Canada, martyrized († March 16th 1649)
- 1699: Johann Adolph Hasse, German type-setter. († December 23rd 1783)
- 1774: François Marie Daudin, Zoologist French († 1804).
- 1821 : Robert Bentley, British botanist († 1893)
- 1867: Arturo Toscanini, leader
- 1881: Béla Bartók, type-setter and pianist Hungarian. († September 26th 1945)
- 1908: David Lean, British realizer
- 1912: Jean Vilar, actor and director of theater French
- 1921: Simone Signoret, French actress . († September 30th 1985)
- 1931: Jacques Bens, writer and poet French († July 26th 2001), cofounder of the Oulipo
- 1940: Jean Ichbiah, inventor of the computer programming language Ada
- 1941: Jacky Simon, French footballer
- 1943: Paul Michael Glaser, American actor ( Starsky and Hutch )
- 1947: Elton John, singer and British type-setter
- 1949: Philippe de Villiers, Political man French
- 1958: Pierre Kroll, Belgian draftsman
- 1962: Maria Cross-country race, born with Marlborough, Massachusetts with the the United States
- 1965: Sarah Jessica Parker, American actress
- 1976: Serge Betsen, Rugby man French
- 1982: Danica Patrick, IndyCar American
- 1005: Kenneth III of Scotland, king d' Écosse of 997 with 1005.
- 1233 : Alphonse II of Portugal, third king de Portugal (° April 23rd 1185)
- 1249: Pierre de Vendôme, count de Vendôme (°C. 1200)
- 1558: Marcos de Niza, explorer and monk Spanish Franciscain.
- 1561 : Conrad Lycosthenes, humanistic Alsatian (° 1518)
- 1620: Johannes Nucius, German type-setter (°C. 1556)
- 1623: Henri of the Tower of Auvergne, duke of Bubble
- 1712: Nehemiah Grew, British naturalist (° 1641)
- 1738: Turlough O' Carolan ( Toirdhealbhach Ó Cearbhalláin ), harpist and type-setter Irish (° 1670)
- 1751: Frederic Ier of Sweden, king de Suède (° April 23rd 1676)
- 1801: Novalis ( Friedrich Leopold, Freiherr von Hardenberg ), German poet (° May 2nd 1772)
- 1823: François Sebastien Christophe Laporte, lawyer and deputy French
- 1865: Feliks Paweł Jarocki, zoologist Polish (° January 14th 1790)
- 1914: Frederic Mistral, French poet, Nobel Prize of literature 1904 (° September 8th 1830)
- 1916: Ishi, the last Indian Yana (°C. 1860)
- 1918: Claude Debussy, Type-setter French (° August 22nd 1862)
- 1919: Wilhelm Lehmbruck, German sculptor (° January 4th 1881)
- 1940: Edouard Branly, French physicist (° October 23rd 1844)
- 1956: Robert Newton, British actor
- 1957: max Ophüls ( max Oppenheimer ), French scenario writer of German origin (° May 6th 1902)
- 1969: max Eastman, writer states-unien (° January 4th 1883)
- 1975: Fayçal II of Saudi Arabia, king of Saudi Arabia (°C. 1905)
- 1977: Alphonse Massamba-Debate, president of the republic of Congo of 1963 with 1968 (° 1921)
- 1980: Milton Erickson, American psychiatrist (° December 5th 1901)
- 1982: Goodman Ace, American humorist. (° January 15th 1899)
- 1991: Mgr Lefebvre ( Marcel Lefebvre ), French catholic archbishop, excommunicated by Jean-Paul II in June 1988. (° November 29th 1905)
- 1995: Krešimir Ćosić, Croatian basketball player (° November 26th 1948)
- Old New Year's Day
- Greek national Festival (beginning of the war of independence in 1821).
- Évangéline, Annonciade, Annonciata (in reference to the Annunciation, Evanghelismos in Greek).
Catholic and orthodoxe saint of the day
- Humbert de Maroilles († towards 682), abbot.
Orthodoxe saint of the day
- Tikhon of Moscow († 1925), patriarch and confessor.
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