The story


Ephemerides (in Latin, "daily memorial") is a chronological succession of dates and their respective events.

Check below the historical ephemerides we have registered. Periodically we will publish new facts.

Soon more months.

January 25th

817 - Pope Pascoal I is elected
1308 - Edward II of England marries Isabel of France.
1327 - Edward II of England is forced by his wife, Isabel of France, and their nobles to abdicate to their son Edward III.
1533 - Marriage of Henry VIII of England with Anne Boleyn.
1554 - Foundation of the city of São Paulo by José de Anchieta and Manuel da Nóbrega.
1576 - Foundation of the city of Luanda by Governor Paulo Dias de Novais.
1881 - Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Edison form the Eastern Telephone Company.
1882 - Virginia Woolf is born, British writer.
1890 - The Montevideo Treaty was signed, which resolved the Palms Question between Brazil and Argentina.
Journalist Nellie Bly is sent on a trip around the world.
1912 - The German Social Democratic Party wins the Reichstag elections, but does not get the absolute majority.
1917 - The United States buys the Antilles Islands from Denmark for $ 25 million.
1919 - The Peace Conference accepts US President Woodrow Wilson's proposal to create a General Conference of Nations.
1924 - The first Winter Olympics begin in Chamonix, France, in the French Alps.
1929 - Russia and Germany form a conciliation treaty and undertake to submit all conflicts that may arise between nations to a Permanent Commission.
1931 - Gandhi is set free in India.
1934 - Foundation of the University of São Paulo.
1946 - The US Department of Defense establishes contact with the moon via radar.
1948 -David Ben-Gurion becomes Prime Minister of Israel.
The poet and essayist Damaso Alonso joins the Royal Spanish Academy.
1957 - India is attached to Kashmir.
1960 - Professor Jacques Piccard reaches the record depth of 10,916 meters at sea in the Mariana Islands.
1969 - Carlos Lamarca, captain of the Brazilian Army, flees from the fourth Infantry Regiment, taking with him ten forty-five INA submachine guns, and sixty-three light automatic rifles (Fal).
1970 - Gazeta Television Network Inaugurated By Cásper Líbero Foundation
1971 - Ugandan Armed Forces chief Idi Amin takes over following a bloody coup d'état.
1976 - First free municipal elections in Spain.
1983 - Pope John Paul II publishes the Apostolic Constitutions Sacrae Disciplinae Leges.
1984 - There is a big rally in São Paulo in favor of the direct voting campaign.
1986 - Thirty people die and 12 are seriously injured following the explosion of a weapons factory in Iquique, Chile.
1989 - Pequin and Hanoi reach an agreement on Cambodia for Vietnamese troops to abandon their country in September.
1990 - Ava Gardner, North American actress dies.
1992 - Dies Manuel Hernández Mompó, Spanish painter.
1993 - Slobodan Milosevic occupies the post of Serbian President at the head of the new Parliament after winning the elections.
1994 - Launched the Clementine Probe.
2006 - Publication of the first encyclical of Pope Benedict XVI, Deus Caritas Est.
2007 - Sold by auction in New York, Rembrandt Santiago's screen in Prayer for $ 25.8 million.