November 25th. On this day…

10 things that happened on this day in history.

2348 BC:  According to Biblical scholars, this was The Day of The Flood.

1491: The Siege of Granada, the last Moorish stronghold in Spain, began.

1703: The Great Storm in the UK. Lasting for 2 days, and bringing with it winds of 120mph, it killed over 9,000 people.

1835: Andrew Carnegie was born in Scotland. ¬†By the time he died, he’d given away $350million.

1867: Alfred Nobel patented dynamite.

1885: Banff Park in Canada opened to tourists.

1897: Helen Duncan, the last person in the UK to be tried, convicted and imprisoned under the Witchcraft Act, was born.

1949: ‘Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer’ appeared on the music charts.

1963: The body of JFK was buried.

1990: Lech Walesa won Poland’s first popular election.