रविवार, 24 सितंबर 2017

Today in History : September 25 ( 25 सितम्बर इतिहास में आज)

Today in History : September 25

25 सितम्बर इतिहास में आज

1340- इंग्लैंड और फ्रांस निरस्त्रीकरण संधि पर हस्ताक्षर किया।

 1524- वास्कोडिगामा आखिरी बार वायसराय बन कर भारत आए। 

1639- अमेरिका में पहली प्रिंटिंग प्रेस की शुरुआत। 

1897- ब्रिटेन में पहली बस सेवा की शुरुआत हुई।
1914- स्वतंत्रता सेनानी और भारत के पूर्व उप प्रधानमंत्री चौधरी देवीलाल का जन्म। 

1916- भारतीय अर्थशास्त्री, समाजशास्त्री, पत्रकार और महान चिंतक दीनदयाल उपाध्याय का जन्म। 

1920- भारत के प्रसिद्ध रॉकेट वैज्ञानिक सतीश धवन का जन्म!

 1294- ब्रिटेन के दार्शनिक और रसायनशास्त्री रोजर बेकन का निधन हुआ। उनका जन्म 1214 ईसवी में हुआ था। उन्हें हेब्रू ग्रीक और अरबी भाषा का पूरा ज्ञान था। साथ ही उन्हें प्राकृतिक विज्ञान से विशेष लगाव था। रसायन शास्त्र के क्षेत्र में उन्होंने कई पुस्तकें लिखी हैं।

1955- रॉयल जॉर्डन वायु सेना की स्थापना। 

1981- बेलीज संयुक्त राष्ट्र का सदस्य बना।

 1992- अमेरिकी अंतरिक्ष एजेंसी नासा ने 'मार्स ऑब्जर्वर स्पेसक्राफ्ट अंतरिक्ष में भेजा।

2010- हिंदी के वरिष्ठ पत्रकार और साहित्यकार कन्हैयालाल नंदन का निधन।

1396The last great Christian crusade, led jointly by John the Fearless of Nevers and King Sigismund of Hungary, ends in disaster at the hands of Sultan Bayezid I’s Ottoman army at Nicopolis.
1598In Sweden, King Sigismund is defeated at Stangebro by his uncle Charles.
1775British troops capture Ethan Allen, the hero of Ticonderoga, when he and a handful of Americans try to invade Canada.
1789Congress proposes 12 new amendments to the Constitution.
1804The 12th Amendment is ratified, changing the procedure of choosing the president and vice-president.
1846American General Zachary Taylor’s forces capture Monterey, Mexico.
1909The first National Aeronautic Show opens at Madison Square Garden.
1915An allied offensive is launched in France against the German Army.
1918Brazil declares war on Austria.
1937German Chancellor Adolf Hitler meets with Italian Premier Benito Mussolini in Munich.
1938President Franklin Roosevelt Red Army retakes Smolensk from the Germans who are retreating to the Dnieper  urges negotiations between Hitler and Czech President Edvard Benes over the Sudetenland.
1942The War Labor Board orders equal pay for women in the United States.
1943The Red Army retakes Smolensk from the Germans who are retreating to the Dnieper River in the Soviet Union.
1959President Dwight Eisenhower and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev begin Camp David talks.
1974Scientists warn that continued use of aerosol sprays will cause ozone depletion, which will lead to an increased risk of skin cancer and global weather changes.
1981 Sandra Day O’Connor,the first female Supreme Court Justice, is sworn in.
1983The Maze Prison escape takes place, County Antrim, Northern Ireland; 38 IRA prisoners escape in the largest prison breakout in British history; known among Irish republicans as the Great Escape.
1992NASA launches the Mars Observer probe; it fails 11 months later.
1996Ireland’s last Magdalene laundry closes; begun as asylums to rehabilitate “fallen women,” they increasingly took on prison-like qualities.
2008China launches the Shenzhou 7 spacecraft; its crew performs China’s first extra-vehicular activity (EVA).
2009US President Barack Obama, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, and French President Nicolas Sarkozy jointly accuse Iran of building a secret nuclear enrichment facility.
Born on September 25
1847Vinnie Ream, who sculpted President Abraham Lincoln from life shortly before he was assassinated.
1897William Faulkner, Nobel Prize-winning writer (The Sound and the FuryAbsalom, Absalom!).
1906Dmitri Shostakovich, Russian composer.
1931Barbara Walters, television news personality and interviewer.
1932Glenn Gould, concert pianist best known for his Bach interpretations.
1932Adolfo Suarez Gonzalez, 1st Duke of Suarez, Grandee of Spain, Spain’s first democratically elected prime minister following Francisco Franco’s dictatorship.
1933Ian Tyson, singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer; performed with Ian & Sylvia and Great Speckled Bird.
1936Juliet Prowse, dancer whose career spanned four decades and included work in stage, film and TV productions; (Can-CanG.I. BluesMona McCluskey TV series).
1943Robert Gates, director of the CIA under Pres. George H. W. Bush; Secretary of Defense (2006-11).
1944Michael Douglas, actor, producer; his numerous awards include two Academy Awards (One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s NestWall Street), four Golden Globes and the Cecil B. DeMille Award.
1951Mark Hamill actor, voice actor, producer, director, writer (Luke Skywalker in Star Wars; voice of the Joker in Batman: The Animated Series).
1956Kim Thompson, editor, publisher; co-founder of Fantagraphics Books.
1961Heather Locklear, actress (DynastyMelrose PlaceSpin City TV series).
1964Maria Doyle Kennedy, actress (The Tudors), composer, singer, songwriter, musician.
1965Scottie Pippen, pro basketball player (Chicago Bulls), played an important role in the Bull’s record 72-win season (1995-96).
1968Will Smith, rapper (known as The Fresh Prince, “Getting’ Jiggy Wit It”), actor, producer; awards include four Grammys.
1969Catherine Zeta-Jones, actress (The Darling Buds of May British TV series) won an Academy Award and a BAFTA Award for her role in Chicago.

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