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TODAY IN HISTORY - 25 MARCH


• 1410 – The Yongle Emperor launched the first of his military campaigns against the Mongols, resulting in the fall of the Mongol khan Bunyashiri.



• 1807 – The Slave Trade Act became law, abolishing the slave trade in the British Empire.

• 1917 – Following the overthrow of the Russian tsar Nicholas II, Georgia's bishops unilaterally restored the autocephaly of the Georgian Orthodox Church.

• 1949 – The Soviet Union began mass deportations of more than 90,000 people from the Baltic states to Siberia.






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