-1200 British soldiers go to the international city of Shanghai in China, where there was a national protest against foreigners, and included riots throughout the city.
-Germany and Prussia lift the Nazi ban , and Hitler is allowed to make public speeches.
-In Moscow, the Bosheviks kill 20 people for counter-revolutionary activities.
-In Austria, a worker's strike starts with a confrontation between three members of the veterans movement, and the Republican Defence League, and leads to riots throughout the city of Vienna. The Palace of Justice is set on fire, and the University of Vienna is siezed.
-Stalin expells Leon Trotsky and Grigori Ziporiev from the three person central commitee in the Soviet Union.
-Canada is admitted to the League of Nations.
-U.S. Secretary of State, Kellogg, suggests a worldwide pact to prevent war.
-In the U.S. the first woman joins the New York Stock Exchange.
-In Britain, the founder of the Girl Scouts, Juliette Low, passed away.
-Charles Lindberg flies non stop from New York to Paris, for the longest flight. He is presented with \\$12 500.
-Helen Hayes open on broadway in, "Coquette".
-Lou Gehrig at the New York Yankees, was three hits away from matching Babe Ruth's homers this year.
-The record for the long distance phone call happened between London and San Fransisco.