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  • Germany
    Sunday Jan 4, 1925

    Adolf Hitler

    A Meeting with the Prime Minister of Bavaria

    Germany
    Sunday Jan 4, 1925

    In a meeting with the Prime Minister of Bavaria Heinrich Held on 4 January 1925, Hitler agreed to respect the state's authority and promised that he would seek political power only through the democratic process.




  • U.S.
    Monday Feb 2, 1925

    Anna May Wong

    Forty Winks

    U.S.
    Monday Feb 2, 1925

    Wong was singled out for critical praise in a manipulative Oriental vamp role in the film Forty Winks.




  • Germany
    Monday Feb 16, 1925

    Adolf Hitler

    NSDAP returned

    Germany
    Monday Feb 16, 1925

    The meeting paved the way for the ban on the NSDAP to be lifted on 16 February.




  • Germany
    Friday Feb 27, 1925

    Adolf Hitler

    Barred from public speaking

    Germany
    Friday Feb 27, 1925

    However, after an inflammatory speech he gave on 27 February, Hitler was barred from public speaking by the Bavarian authorities, a ban that remained in place until 1927.




  • China
    Thursday Mar 12, 1925

    Chinese Civil War

    Sun's Death

    China
    Thursday Mar 12, 1925

    However, after Sun died in 1925, the KMT split into left- and right-wing movements. KMT members worried that the Soviets were trying to destroy the KMT from inside using the CPC. The CPC then began movements in opposition of the Northern Expedition, passing a resolution against it at a party meeting.




  • Selangor, Malaysia
    Tuesday Mar 17, 1925

    St. Patrick's Day

    St Patrick's Society of Selangor

    Selangor, Malaysia
    Tuesday Mar 17, 1925

    In Malaysia, the St Patrick's Society of Selangor, founded in 1925, organizes a yearly St Patrick's Ball, described as the biggest St Patrick's Day celebration in Asia. Guinness Anchor Berhad also organizes 36 parties across the country in places like the Klang Valley, Penang, Johor Bahru, Malacca, Ipoh, Kuantan, Kota Kinabalu, Miri, and Kuching.




  • (Missouri–Illinois–Indiana), U.S.
    Wednesday Mar 18, 1925

    Disasters with highest death tolls

    The Tri-State Tornado

    (Missouri–Illinois–Indiana), U.S.
    Wednesday Mar 18, 1925

    The Tri-State Tornado of Wednesday, March 18, 1925 was the deadliest tornado in United States history. It was also the most exceptional tornado during a major outbreak of at least 12 known significant tornadoes, spanning a large portion of the Midwestern and Southern United States. This one tornado alone inflicted 695 fatalities, more than twice as many as the second deadliest, the Great Natchez, Mississippi Tornado.


  • Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.
    Tuesday May 19, 1925

    Malcolm X

    Birth

    Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.
    Tuesday May 19, 1925

    Malcolm Little was born May 19, 1925, in Omaha, Nebraska.


  • Shibuya Station, Tokyo, Japan
    Thursday May 21, 1925

    Hachikō

    The professor's Death

    Shibuya Station, Tokyo, Japan
    Thursday May 21, 1925

    Ueno would commute daily to work, and Hachikō would leave the house to greet him at the end of each day at the nearby Shibuya Station. The pair continued the daily routine until May 21, 1925, when Ueno did not return. The professor had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage, while he was giving a lecture to his class, and died without ever returning to the train station in which Hachikō waited.


  • Shibuya Station, Tokyo, Japan
    Friday May 22, 1925

    Hachikō

    The Wait Starts

    Shibuya Station, Tokyo, Japan
    Friday May 22, 1925

    Each day, for the next nine years, nine months and fifteen days, Hachikō awaited Ueno's return, appearing precisely when the train was due at the station.


  • Los Angeles, California, U.S.
    Monday Jun 1, 1925

    Howard Hughes: The Aviator

    Marriage

    Los Angeles, California, U.S.
    Monday Jun 1, 1925

    Hughes withdrew from Rice University shortly after his father's death. On June 1, 1925, he married Ella Botts Rice, daughter of David Rice and Martha Lawson Botts of Houston, and great-niece of William Marsh Rice, for whom Rice University was named. They moved to Los Angeles, where he hoped to make a name for himself as a filmmaker.


  • Lewiston, Idaho,U.S.
    Monday Jul 13, 1925

    Walt Disney

    Marriage

    Lewiston, Idaho,U.S.
    Monday Jul 13, 1925

    Disney married Lillian Bounds in July 1925, at her brother's house in her hometown of Lewiston, Idaho. The marriage was generally happy, according to Lillian, although according to Disney's biographer Neal Gabler she did not "accept Walt's decisions meekly or his status unquestionably, and she admitted that he was always telling people 'how henpecked he is'." Lillian had little interest in films or the Hollywood social scene and she was, in the words of the historian Steven Watts, "content with household management and providing support for her husband".


  • Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
    Wednesday Oct 7, 1925

    Juan Trippe

    Colonial Air Transport

    Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
    Wednesday Oct 7, 1925

    Once again tapping his wealthy friends from Yale, Trippe invested in an airline named Colonial Air Transport, which was awarded a new route and an airmail contract on October 7, 1925.


  • Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
    Tuesday Oct 13, 1925

    Margaret Thatcher

    Birth

    Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
    Tuesday Oct 13, 1925

    Margaret Hilda Roberts was born on 13 October 1925, in Grantham, Lincolnshire.


  • Barcelona, Spain
    Saturday Nov 14, 1925

    Salvador Dali

    First Solo Exhibition

    Barcelona, Spain
    Saturday Nov 14, 1925

    Dalí held his first solo exhibition at Galeries Dalmau in Barcelona, from 14 to 27 November 1925.


  • London, England, United Kingdom
    Tuesday Dec 1, 1925

    Gustav Stresemann

    Locarno Treaties

    London, England, United Kingdom
    Tuesday Dec 1, 1925

    Stresemann said that Germany alone should not make sacrifices for peace; European countries should cede colonies to Germany; the disarmament control commission should leave Germany; the Anglo-French occupation of the Rhineland should be ended; and Britain and France should disarm as Germany had done. The Treaties were signed in October 1925 at Locarno. Germany officially recognized the post-World War I western border for the first time, and was guaranteed peace with France, and promised admission to the League of Nations and evacuation of the last Allied occupation troops from the Rhineland.


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