Sunday 25 March 1906
It was Sunday, under the sign of Aries (see planets position on March 25, 1906). The US president was Theodore Roosevelt (Republican).
Famous people born on this day include Jean Sablon and A J P Taylor.
The Last Witch, directed by John B. Dolan, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1906
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- Maryland Day.
- Saint Pelagius
- International Waffle Day in Sweden.
- Freedom Day in Belarus
- Greek Independence Day.
- As the day falls close to the vernal equinox, similar to the way Christmas falls near the winter solstice, both days are regarded as one of the Quarter Days to Christians in the British Isles. (see below)
- Traditional date of the start of the new year in England and Wales, until the Calendar Act of 1752 (called Lady Day - see below).
- Traditional date of the death (circa 33), of Jesus, central figure in Christianity (b. circa 1 BC in traditional dating)
- In Christianity, March 25 is typically celebrated as the day of the Annunciation so long as it does not coincide with a Sunday or during Holy Week. (see below)
- The Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Lady Day) - this date is nine months before Christmas Day, and is based on the traditional date in Catholicism of a 1 BC - Annunciation of the Virgin Mary and conception of Jesus.
- One of the four Irish Quarter days in the Irish calendar.
- Saint Dysmas, the 'Good Murderer'
- Saint Harold
- Saint Humbert
- The date of the passing of Sauron in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. Many fans celebrate this day by throwing parties.
- Saint Izaak
- Jean Sablon: French actor and singer.
- A J P Taylor: English historian, (Born 1906).
- Howard Pyle (Governor-Republican-Arizona: 1951-55).
- AJP Taylor: British historian (d. 1990).
- Michel-Louis Vial: French Catholic clergyman, who was bishop of Nevers then bishop of Nantes.
- A Taylor: British TV personality, journalist and one of the most influential British historians of the 20th century.
- Alan J: P Taylor British historian (English history 1914-1915).