October 25 holidays in 2021
National Greasy Food Day
Chucky, The Notorious Killer Doll Day
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Historical Events on October 25
George III is crowned King of England.
The USS United States captures the British frigate HMS Macedonian.
The First Siege of Missolonghi starts during the Greek War of Independence.
The Edelweiss Pirates are cracked down upon by Heinrich Himmler.
The USS Tangs sinks when it’s own torpedo malfunctions and detonates during World War II.
The U.S. Third and Seventh Fleets continue to duke it out with the Imperial Japanese Navy around the Phillippines at the Battle of Leyte Gulf during World War II.
After Japan surrenders to the Allies, the Republic of China takes over administration duties of the city of Taiwan.
The computer oprating system Open VMS V1.0 is released by the Digital Equipment Corporation.
Less than a week after Prime Minister Maurice Bishop and some of his supporters are killed in a coup d’etat, U.S and Caribbean allies invade Grenada.
A school bus in Fox River Grove, Illinois is struck by a commuter train and seven students are killed as a result.
Famous Birthdays on October 25
Spanish painter and sculptor, Pablo Picasso is born in
American author and journalist John T. Flynn is born in
English-American actor Leo G. Carroll is born in
Navajo artist Yazzie Johnson is born in
American singer-songwriter Coco Robicheaux is born in
American poet andauthor, Daniel Mark Epstein is born in
British actor Richard Lintern is born in
American actress Darlene Vogel is born in
English playwright and director Dominic Dromgoole is born in
American actress Tracy Nelson is born in
American rapper Speech is born in
American actor, screenwriter and director, Adam Goldberg is born in
American basketball player Bill Amis is born in
German gymnast Fabian Hambüchen is born in
American basketball player Chandler Parsons is born in
Italian footballer Ivan Marconi is born in
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