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November 25, 1823 - The chain pier at Brighton was opened
November 25, 1835 - Andrew Carnegie, American industrialist; devoted much of his wealth
November 25, 1844 - Karl Friedrich Benz, German motor car engineer
November 25, 1912 - Francis Durbridge, Playwright and author
November 25, 1914 - Joe Dimaggio, Legendary American baseball player
November 25, 1920 - Bernard Weatherill, Former 'Speaker' of the House Of Commons
November 25, 1937 - The first Quiz to be broadcast, an inter-regional spelling contest, took place
November 25, 1946 - Bev Bevan, Drummer with the 'Electric Light Orchestra'
November 25, 1952 - Imran Khan, Former Pakistan cricket captain
November 25, 1953 - Hungary beat England 6-3 at Wembley in London, the first ever foreign team to achieve an away win at the ground
November 25, 1953 - At the Ambassador Theatre in London, Agatha Christie's long running play 'The Mousetrap' opened
November 25, 1963 - John F Kennedy was buried at Arlington National Cemetery
November 25, 1984 - In a London studio 'Band Aid' recorded 'Do They Know It's Christmas', in aid of charities
 


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