th is also known as Parfait Day and Shopping Reminder Day.
We made it to day 329 of the year and there’s only 36 days left to go until we reach the new year.
If you were born on this day, your star sign is Sagittarius.
Are you ready to be wowed? You certainly will be once you’ve read all the incredible events, both good and bad, that all happened on this very day.
Did you know that on this day in 1817, the US had its first sword swallowing performance in New York City? The performer was Senaa Samma, who had traveled from Tamil Nadu, India.
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th in history! What Happened On November 25 In History?
The world’s largest luxury goods corporation, Louis Vuitton (LVMH), bought jeweler Tiffany & Co. for $16.2 billion.
The Netherlands granted Suriname independence, and it has since been celebrated as Suriname Independence Day.
USPTO received trademark for the Kleenex brand name.
Telimco made the first ever advertisement for a civilian radio set.
The ad in "Scientific American" had it priced at $7.50 (about $220 in 2020) and claimed to receive signals for up to one mile.
Powdered milk was patented by John B. Meyenberg from St. Louis.
The romantic comedic opera “Marta” premiered in Vienna by Jules-Henri Vernoy de Saint-Georges.
A fatal cyclone struck east India killing over 300,000 people and destroying some 20,000 ships.
The US had its first sword swallowing performance in New York City.
The UK approved the first American patent.
It was for a machine that processed corn.
A fatal earthquake killed 80,000 people near the city of Shemakha, Azerbaijan.
The quake was around 6.9 in magnitude with an epicenter at a depth of 7.5 miles.
The Treaty of Granada was signed, which marked the end of the Grenada War, which started in 1482.