1625 in History
March 27 Charles I, King Of England, Scotland and Ireland, ascends English throne
April 4 Viceroy Frederik Henry marries Amalia countess von Solms-Braunfels
April 7 Albrecht von Wallenstein appointed German supreme commander
May 1 Portuguese and Spanish expedition recaptures Salvador (Bahia)
May 1 Prince Frederik Henry appointed viceroy of Holland
May 11 Boers besiege Frankenburg estate in Upper-Austria
May 15 16 rebellious farmers hanged in Vocklamarkt Upper-Austria
June 2 Prince Frederik Henry sworn in as viceroy of Holland/Zealand
June 5 Spanish troops under Spinola conquer Breda
June 13 English king Charles I marries French princess Henriette
August 6 Earl Earnest Casimir appointed as viceroy of Groningen
August 16 Earnest Casimir of Nassau-Dietz appointed viceroy of Drenthe
September 13 16 Rabbis (including Isiah Horowitz) are imprisoned in Jerusalem
September 24 Dutch attack San Juan, Puerto Rico
October 8 Admiral George Villiers' fleet sails from Plymouth to Cadiz
December 9 Netherlands and England sign military treaty