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Metal Sheep (辛未, 8) - Water Monkey (壬申, 9)
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- 2.5 May
- 2.6 in June
- 2.7 in July
- 2.8 August
- 2.9 September
- 2:10 October
- 2:11 November
- 2:12 December
- 2:13 Accurate birth unknown
- 3.1 First Quarter
- 3.2 Second Quarter
- 3.3 Third Quarter
- 3.4 Fourth Quarter
- 3.5 More death unknown
Politics and World Affairs
- December 3: Kurt von Schleicher is appointed by Hindenburg as chancellor and asked to form a new presidential cabinet after Franz von Papen has previously failed to coalition rejections of the SPD and the center.
- December 8: Gregor Strasser resignation from all party posts
- APRIL 24: The same held municipal elections in Styria and Carinthia, as well as the state elections in Lower Austria, Salzburg and Vienna, the Nazis bring strong electoral gains.
- May 27: In the Tyrolean capital Innsbruck Höttinger the brawl prompts the first dead Nazis in Austria.
More Events in Europe
Japan / China
- January 2: The city of Jinzhou in Manchuria, Republic of China, occupied by Japanese troops.
- January 28: Japan occupied Shanghai.
- March 1: Japan sets up the puppet state of Manchukuo.
- March 9: Pu Yi, before his resignation last ruler of the Empire of China, is the President under Japanese control puppet state of Manchukuo.
- January 4: From the British colonial power are arrested Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and the other leaders of the Indian National Congress.
- September 20: Mahatma Gandhi begins a hunger strike in prison ( Pune ).
Thailand ( Siam)
- MARCH 24: A bloodless coup ended the absolute monarchy in Siam, now Thailand.
- June 27: First provisional constitution of Thailand after the fall of the absolutist monarchy on 24 March
United States of America
- October 26: In the first Angam Nauru is celebrated.
International Conferences and Events
- 2 February to 10 December: International Conference on Disarmament in Geneva
- October 12: The flag of the Hispanic Heritage is first hoisted.
- July 8: The Dow Jones index in the U.S. achieved in the time of global economic crisis, its historically lowest level with 41.22 points.
- August 6: The first public highway, the current federal highway 555 between Cologne and Bonn is opened by the mayor of Cologne, Konrad Adenauer.
- December 19: In a test drive of the Flying Hamburger shortens the travel time on the railway line between Berlin and Hamburg to 142 minutes. The high-speed railcars used runs regularly from 15 May 1933.
Science and Technology
- FEBRUARY 27: The journal Nature published an article by James Chadwick, who is describing the existence of the neutron.
- March 18: In Sydney, the Harbour Bridge ( Harbour Bridge ), opened with a span of 495.6 m longest arch bridge in the world.
- May 20: Amelia Earhart flies over the first woman to fly solo the Atlantic.
- MAY 28: The completion of the final dike makes the Dutch Zuiderzee for inland waters.
- August 2: First positron is discovered by Carl D. Anderson.
- August 6: The Welland Canal between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario is opened.
- The transmitter Ismaning is built.
- The comet method for producing foam, patented in 1932 by Clemens Wagner
- Establishment of the Courtauld Institute of Art
- Establishment of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art