the Discovery of the composition of water, the beginning of the Korean war, the birthday of Orwell and other memorable dates and events that took place on 25 June in different years.

on 25 June 1783 the French chemist Antoine Laurent Lavoisier reported on the meeting of the Paris Academy of Sciences that determined the composition of water. It was a compound of hydrogen and oxygen. Two years later, Lavoisier together with the military engineer Jean Meunier synthesized from water.

the Great Russian commander Mikhail Illarionovich golenishtchev-Kutuzov – was buried in the Kazan Cathedral St. Petersburg June 25, 1813. He died on 28 April in the German town of Bunzlau. Mikhail Kutuzov was a member of the Russo-Turkish wars and commander of the Russian army during the Patriotic war of 1812.

on this day in 1950, war broke out between the DPRK and the Republic of Korea. It lasted almost three years until 27 July 1953. The result of the war had led to minor territorial concessions in favor of the Republic of Korea. Often this conflict of the cold war is seen as a proxy war between USA and their allies and forces of China and the Soviet Union.

the First Soviet weather satellite “Cosmos-122” space system “meteor” was launched on 25 June 1966. The satellite was designed to test the system for obtaining satellite weather information, which has obtained images of clouds, snow and ice fields on the illuminated and shadow sides of the Earth.

June 25, 1998 officially released the operating system “Windows 98”. It introduces the computer into sleep mode, the new version of Internet Explorer and advanced settings of the desktop.

25 Jun 1903 born English novelist and essayist George Orwell. He is known as the author of the cult dystopian novel “1984” and the novel “Animal farm”. The novel “1984” has become an ideological continuation of “Animal farm”, in which Orwell portrayed a possible future world society as a totalitarian hierarchical system based on a physical and spiritual enslavement.