The November 25th is the 329e Jour of the Année (330e in the event of Leap year) of the Gregorian Calendrier. There remain 36 days before the end of the year.
- 1411 : Letters patent of king Charles VI carry commission to the Prévôt of Paris, with the Baillif S of Vermandois and Senlis to make shout on the spring of their jurisdictions that the despoilers of the goods of the Abbaye of Saint-Denis were held, under penalty of the Hart, to immediately restore all that they had charmed with the abbey.
- 1610 : Peiresc discovers the Nébuleuse of Orion.
- 1748 : François Trouvé becomes general abbot of Cîteaux and until in 1790 will remain it, when the abbey was taken in the revolutionary and mainly destroyed upheaval.
- 1758 : The Great Britain seizes the Senegal.
- 1867 : Invention of the Dynamite by Alfred Nobel.
- 1875 : The Great Britain buys 176.602 actions of the company of the Suez Canal to the khedive d' Égypte.
- 1901 :
- the prefect Lépine organizes the first contest of toys and inventions.
- with Munich, Gustav Mahler directs the creation of its Fourth Symphony.
- 1911 :
- Bombardment of Nankin by the revolutionists Chinese.
- the Mexican revolutionist Emiliano Zapata publishes a generous program of land reform, the “plan of Ayala”.
- 1913 : In Ireland, creation of the militia of the Irish Volunteers for the application of the Home Rule.
- 1916 : The Greek provisional government declares the war with the Germany and the Bulgaria.
- 1922 : In Italy, Benito Mussolini receives the full powerss for one year.
- 1936 : the Nazi Germany and the generals who reign as a Master with the Japan sign an anti-Soviet pact. The Italy, disappointed by the attitude of the Westerners after his conquest of the Ethiopia, adheres to it the November 6th 1937. It is the starter of an alliance between the three dictatorships.
- 1938 : the Japanese army seizes Hankou in China.
- 1952 : First with London of the Trap of Agatha Christie.
- 1963 : Funeral of the American President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
- 1965 : With the Belgian Congo, the general Joseph Mobutu shift the president Joseph Kasa-Vubu.
- 1970 : The Japanese writer Yukio Mishima, militant of extreme right-hand side, is made Hara-kiri after having attacked with the knife a military office with the head of his partisans.
- 1973 : The Greek president Andréas Papandréou is reversed by a blow of military force.
- 1974 : a Christmas tree high of thirty-five meters, gift of the government of Robert Bourassa, is delivered by plane to Paris.
- 1975 : Independence of the Suriname of the Crown Dutchwoman.
- 1975 : With the Portugal, democratic currents prevent a revolution of extreme-left, leading the country towards the way of the Démocratie, putting an end to PREC (the revolutionary Process in progress).
- 1977 : The General meeting of the United Nations condemns the occupation of Arab territories by Israel: four countries (Israel, the United States, Canada and El Salvador) vote against the resolution.
- 1980 :
- the hard-working Polish extend their strike movement beaded to obtain trade-union independence.
- In the Upper Volta, after two months of strikes involving the paralysis of several sectors, the president Aboubacar Sangoulé Lamizana is reversed by a coup d'etat military and replaced by the colonel Saye Zerbo.
- 1982 : The king Juan Carlos opens the first Spanish Parliament with socialist majority.
- 1984 : Teheran announces that any Iraqi attack through the border will be crushed.
- 1985 : The king Hassan II of Morocco declares himself ready to meet the Israeli Prime Minister for direct talks on a payment of peace in the Middle East.
- 1986 : Rajiv Gandhi, chief of the Indian government, and Mikhaïl Gorbatchev, general secretary of PCUS, reproaches the the United States for making obstacle with progress towards an atom-free world.
- 1987 : Pretoria refuses to evacuate the Angola, as the the United Nations required it.
- 1988 : Jean Kaspar succeeds Edmond Maire with the head of the CFDT.
- 1990 : An Egyptian soldier kills four Israelis with Eilat in the south of Israel.
- 1991 : Largest Matador French El Nimeno II gives itself death to Nimes, two years after a wound which had put an end to its career Torero.
- 1992 : The Parliament of Prague confirms the scission of the country in Czech Republic and Slovakia.
- 1998 :
- the cold wave which falls down on the France makes at least six dead, all the homeless people.
- the House of Lords confirms by three votes against two the legality of the arrest of the general Pinochet. There remains imprisoned in Great Britain while waiting for the decision relating to its extradition towards the Spain to be judged there for Génocide, Meurtre and Torture.
- 1999 :
- of the hundreds of rockets falls down on Grozny, at the time of the most violent offensive against the capital tchetchene since the beginning of the Russian offensive
- two attacks with the explosive devastate in full day the buildings of URSSAF and the Departmental management of the Equipment with Ajaccio, making thirteen wounded and causing extensive damage.
- 2000 : Slobodan Milosevic is re-elected with a vast majority with the head of the Socialist party of Serbia (SPS) at the time of the extraordinary congress of its party.
- 2001 : Catch by the troops of the Alliance of north of Kunduz, last pocket of resistance of the fundamentalist militiamans and their foreign allies in the north of the Afghanistan.
- 2005 :
- 1577 : Piet Hein, Dutch naval officer, pirate, and hero of the Dutch folklore († June 18th 1629).
- 1703 : Jean-François Séguier, Botanist French. († September 1st 1784).
- 1712 : Charles Michel Lespée, French pedagog.
- 1816 : Victor Malta-Brown Adolphe, geographer and cartographer French († 1889).
- 1844 : Carl Benz, German mechanic , founder of Daimler-Benz AG.
- 1845 : Eça de Queiroz, writer Portuguese
- 1857: Alfred Capus, French writer and academician († November 1st 1922).
- 1881 : Jean XXIII (Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli), 259e pope (1958 - 1963).
- 1895 : Ludvík Svoboda (1895 - 1978), politician and President of the Czechoslovakia of 1968 with 1975.
- Joe DiMaggio, player of American Baseball († March 8th 1999);
- Jacques Debary, actor French;
- Leon Zitrone, journalist and pioneer of French television († November 25th 1995).
- 1915 : Augusto Pinochet Ugarte, general and politician, chief of the military government of the Chile of 1974 with 1990.
- Francis Lemarque, singer and French type-setter, deceased the April 20th 2002 with Game preserve-Saint-Hilaire in the the Valley-of-Marne;
- Armand Mestral, actor French deceased the September 17th 2000.
- 1920: Ricardo Montalban, American actor .
- 1926 : Poul Anderson, writer of Science fiction and Fantasy states-unien
- 1939: Lalita Ahmed, actress, born with Lucknow in India
- Reinhard Furrer, German spationaut († September 9th 1995)
- Karl Auguste Offmann, politician Mauritian
- 1946 : Michel Vergnier, French politician, born with Ennery (the Moselle).
- 1947 : Jonathan Kaplan, realizer, born with Paris in France.
- 1951 : Johnny Reference mark, Dutch footballer.
- 1957 : TXO, artist plastics technician French.
- 1959 : Harlem Desire, appointed European of the Socialist party since 1999.
- 1960 : John Fitzgerald Kennedy Jr., American business man , († July 16th 1999).
- 1963 : Holly Sticks, singer of jazz Canadian.
- 1972 :
- Christina Applegate, American actress .
- Stefan Everts, born with Neeroeteren in the province of Limbourg in Belgium, a Belgian pilot of motocross.
- 1977 : Guillermo Cañas, Argentinian tennis player.
- 1984 : Gaspard Ulliel, actor French.
- 1534 : Otto Brunfels, German botanist (° about 1488).
- 1560 : Andrea Doria, Admiral of Embarrassment (° November 30th 1466)
- 1763: Antoine François Prévost known as of Exile, more known under its ecclesiastical title the abbot Prévost, novelist, historian and translator French. (° April 1st 1697)
- 1865: Heinrich Barth, exploring German (° February 16th 1821)
- 1884: Robert Alfred Cloyne Godwin-Austen, British geologist (° March 17th 1808)
- 1884: Hermann Kolbe, German chemist (° September 27th 1818)
- 1900: Louis Léopold Ollier, French surgeon founder of orthopedy (° December 2nd 1830)
- 1945: Georges Charpy, chemist, French metallurgist (° 1865)
- 1959: Gerard Philippe, actor French (° December 4th 1922)
- 1963: Alexandre Marinesko, Soviet Naval officer (° January 15th 1913)
- 1970: Yukio Mishima, writer Japan board (° January 14th 1925), committed suicide according to the ritual of the Seppuku.
- 1974 : U Thant, diplomatic Burmese (° January 22nd 1909), general secretary of the the United Nations (1961-1971)
- 1991: Christian Montcouquiol known as “Nimeño II”, Matador French (° March 10th 1954)
- 1993: Anthony Burgess, British writer (° February 25th 1917)
- 1995: Leon Zitrone, journalist and pioneer of French television (° November 25th 1914), dead the day of its birthday.
- 1997 : Barbara, author, type-setter, singer of French variety.
- 2002 : Karel Reisz, British realizer of Czech origin (° July 21st 1926).
- 2003 : Jacques François, French actor of theater and cinema (° May 16th 1920).
- international Day for the elimination of violence with regard to the women.
Catholic and orthodoxe saints of the day
- November 25th in sport
- November 25th in the railroads
Beats-smg: Lapkristė 25 Be-X-old: 25 лістапада Fiu-vro: 25. märtekuu päiv Nds-nl: 25 november Simple: November 25 Zh-yue: 11 月 25 號
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