25. September


25. September

Der 25. September ist der 268. Tag des Gregorianischen Kalenders (der 269. in Schaltjahren). Zum Jahresende verbleiben 97 Tage.

Historische Jahrestage
August · September · Oktober

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29 30

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Ereignisse

Politik und Weltgeschehen

1513: Balboa entdeckt die Südsee
1555: Titelseite des Drucks des Reichsabschieds von Augsburg
1981: Sandra Day O'Connor mit Ronald Reagan
1998: Mikuláš Dzurinda
  • 1998: Mikuláš Dzurinda wird Ministerpräsident in der Slowakei.
  • 2001: Bei seinem ersten Staatsbesuch in Deutschland beeindruckt der russische Staatspräsident Wladimir Putin durch seine teilweise in fließendem Deutsch vorgetragene Rede vor dem Bundestag.
  • 2005: Bei den polnischen Parlamentswahlen gewinnt die rechts-konservative Oppositionspartei PiS die Wahl. Die Wahlbeteiligung liegt allerdings bei nur 40 Prozent. Die bisherige Regierung unter der SLD verliert die Wahlen besonders deutlich und erhält nur etwa 11 Prozent der Stimmen.

Wirtschaft

1690: Die erste amerikanische Zeitung

Wissenschaft und Technik

Kultur

1894: Poster von Emil Orlik

Gesellschaft

Religion

2000: Islamisches Kulturzentrum König Fahd

Katastrophen

Kleinere Unglücksfälle sind in den Unterartikeln von Katastrophe aufgeführt.

Natur und Umwelt

1890: Sequoia Nationalpark

Sport

Einträge von Leichtathletik-Weltrekorden befinden sich unter der jeweiligen Disziplin unter Leichtathletik.

Geboren

Vor dem 19. Jahrhundert

Armand-Emmanuel du Plessis (* 1766)

19. Jahrhundert

20. Jahrhundert

1901–1950

Michael Douglas (* 1944)

1951–2000

Barbara Dennerlein (* 1964)

Gestorben

Vor dem 19. Jahrhundert

19. Jahrhundert

20. Jahrhundert

21. Jahrhundert

Feier- und Gedenktage

  • Kirchliche Gedenktage

Weitere Einträge enthält die Liste der Gedenk- und Aktionstage.


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