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                NOVEMBER 25
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                Mexican painter
                born
                December 8, 1886
                Guanajuato, Mexico
                died
                November 25, 1957 (aged 70)
                Mexico City, Mexico
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                Born on This Day

                1952
                Imran Khan
                prime minister of Pakistan
                1915
                Augusto Pinochet
                president of Chile
                1914
                Joe DiMaggio
                American baseball player
                1900
                Rudolf Franz Höss
                German Nazi commandant
                1887
                Nikolai Vavilov
                Russian geneticist

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                Castro, Fidel
                Cuban political leader Fidel Castro, who transformed his country into the first communist state in the Western Hemisphere and became a symbol of communist revolution in Latin America, died at age 90. [Did you know he was a standout athlete in high school? Learn about this and more in our list of 6 Interesting Facts About Fidel Castro .]
                2016
                George Best, 1970.
                Irish-born football (soccer) player George Best, who was one of the premier forwards in the game's history and an iconic figure of “Swinging London” during the 1960s, died in London.
                2005
                Agatha Christie, 1946.
                In London the Agatha Christie play The Mousetrap celebrated its 50th anniversary with a royal gala, having opened on November 25, 1952, and this performance being its 20,807th.
                2002
                Suriname
                Suriname gained its independence from the Netherlands.
                1975
                Los Alamos National Laboratory
                Leslie Groves and J. Robert Oppenheimer chose Los Alamos, New Mexico, as the site of Project Y, which developed the first atomic bomb. [ Learn about the deadliest weapons in history .]
                1942
                Germany and Japan formed the Anti-Comintern Pact against the Soviet Union.
                1936
                Joe DiMaggio.
                American baseball player Joe DiMaggio, who was one of the best all-around players in the history of the game, was born. [Find out if DiMaggio made our list of the 10 Greatest Baseball Players of All Time .]
                1914
                Missionary Ridge, Battle of
                General Ulysses S. Grant defeated General Braxton Bragg's Confederate forces in the Battle of Missionary Ridge during the American Civil War.
                1863
                Carry Nation.
                American temperance advocate Carry Nation, famous for using a hatchet to demolish barrooms, was born.
                1846
                Nicholas III
                Nicholas III was elected pope of the Roman Catholic Church.
                1277
                William the Aetheling, duke of Normandy, was killed in a shipwreck on his way to England.
                1120

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