We have some interesting facts & historic events all about January 25th, including areas in religion, crime, health and more.
Keep reading for more interesting facts about January 25th in history!
- National Opposite Day
- National Irish Coffee Day
- Robbie Burns day
- National Voters Day in India
1967: IDF Soldiers holding an upside down pictue of King Hussein of Jordan, following victory in the Six day war 1967
1953: Bishop (later Archbishop) Fulton J. Sheen on the set of his television show “Life is Worth Living” c. 1953
1945-1947: Up to 70,000 British women left the UK in 1945-1947 to reunite with their American husbands in the United States. This is a photo of the HMS Victorious filled with women and children on their way to the US.
1945: Soviet Soldiers on top of the Reichstag Building next to the Germania Statue 1945
1946: Hungarian civilians photographed sitting on a dismantled German Pz.Kpfw. IV. tank. Among other broken armoured vehicles, on the right are Sd.Kfz.124 ‘Wespe’ self propelled guns. 1946 Colour by Doug
1938: Genepil, the last Queen of Mongolia, before she was executed in 1938.
1938: A faction of Palestinian fighters in the Great Revolt against the British occupation, holding a Palestinian flag with a cross and crescent on it – 1938
1930s: Kaiser Wilhelm II in Doorn, the Netherlands (where he lived during his exile) late 1930s
1906: Noted botanist Alice Eastwood inspects the clearly visible fault fissure left behind near Olema, California, after the 1906 earthquake rattled the San Andreas Fault.