25 January

25 January

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!

Global Celebrations

  • National Opposite Day
  • National Irish Coffee Day
  • Robbie Burns day
  • National Voters Day in India

Historic Events

1967: IDF Soldiers holding an upside down pictue of King Hussein of Jordan, following victory in the Six day war 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

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.

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

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

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.

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

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

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.

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.

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