November 25 in History
1277November 25, 1277:
Nicholas III is elected as the Pope of the Roman Catholic Church.
1936November 25, 1936:
The Anti-Comintern Pact is established against the Soviet Union by Germany and Japan.
1952November 25, 1952:
Agatha Christie’s murder-mystery play, “Mousetrap” makes its premiere at the London-based Ambassadors Theatre.
1955November 25, 1955:
American composer Walter Piston’s “Symphony No. 6” is premiered by the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1970November 25, 1970:
Yukio Mishima, a renowned Japanese author, commits suicide after his attempt to convince military servicemen to overthrow the Japanese constitution failed.
1975November 25, 1975:
Suriname becomes independent of Dutch colonial rule.
1997November 25, 1997:
Country music singer Garth Brooks releases his seventh studio album, “Sevens”.
1999November 25, 1999:
The United Nations officially starts recognizing this day as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
2012November 25, 2012:
2013November 25, 2013:
Disney releases “Frozen: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” for its computer-animated musical fantasy film, “Frozen”.