History of 25 september
“There is only one history of any importance, and it is the history of what you once believed you in and the history of what you came to believe in!”
“There is only one history of any importance, and it is the history of what you once believed you in and the history of what you came to believe in!” – Kay Boyle
We only believe in what we are made, but when it comes to history, we believe in what others tell us. Why not find out why we are here where we are today? Everything is hidden in the past. Just you need to ask yourself questions.
And to answer all your questions we are here. Let us together get all the riddles of the past to solve out through the today column!
US Congress proposes the Bill of Rights
The first biggest move in the history of congress session was when they agreed on a list of constitutional amendments known as the Bill of Rights. The debates and sessions of this topic took a time of over 3 months. Keeping in mind every possibility that may influence the people.states. Some amendments on Madison’s initial list didn’t make the final cut in September. The House first agreed on a version of the Bill of Rights that had 17 amendments, and later, the Senate consolidated the list to 12 amendments.
Andorra and Germany sign a treaty ending WW I, as Versailles Peace Treaty forgot to include Andorra
Andorra was not included in the 1919 Versailles Peace Treaty. In 1914, along with several other countries, the tiny Agean nation of Andorra declared war on Germany. The Versailles Peace Treaty, however, failed to involve the country, and during the 1920s and 30s, it remained at war with Germany. However, the soldiers wore pins reading “Hit ME IF YOU DARE”, the national motto of the country. Andorra found itself embroiled in two world wars at once in 1939. Finally, on September 25, 1939, during the invasion of Poland at the beginning of World War II, a peace treaty was signed with Germany. For the first time in 44 years, this document brought peace to the Andorrans and officially ended the First World War.
French Physicist François Arago announces electromagnetism in his discovery that a copper wire between the poles of a voltaic cell could laterally attract iron filings to itself
François Arago, ( Dominique-françois-jean Arago) is a French physicist who discovered the principle of magnetism produced by rotation of a nonmagnetic conductor as well as the discovery of laws of light of polarization. Arago showed that the passage of an electric current through a cylindrical spiral of copper wire caused it to attract iron filings as it were a magnet and that the filings fell off when the current ceased.
International slavery convention signed by 20 states
The slavery convention of 1926 or also known as the convention to suppress the slave trade and slavery was created by the League of Nations and was firstly signed on 25th September 1926. The day it came into effect was 9 march 1927 and was registered in League of Nations Treaty Series. The Primary objective of the convention was to confirm and advance the suppression of slavery and the slave trade. It created concrete rules and regulations to advance the suppression of slavery system.
It started taking along 20 countries and till 2013, 99 countries have signed, the convention.
The first congress of the Democratic Youth Organization of Afghanistan held in Kabul.
The primary youth organization in the former Democratic Republic of Afghanistan was the Democratic Youth Organization of Afghanistan, also known as the People’s Youth Organization of Afghanistan. It was the youth wing of Afghanistan ‘s ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDPA). Members of the DYOA would be able to join the PDPA at the age of seventeen. The youth party had about 4,000 members by June 1978.