-U.S. authauthorizes the building of 16 naval cruisers and aircraft carriers.
-Germany accepts the Kellogg-Briand Pact.
-Trotsky is expelled from Turkey, and is denied political asylum in France.
-In the U.S. Hoover signs a farm relief bill, creating the Federal Farm Board.
-The Young Plan is modified, into the Dawes PLan. The new plan re-adjusts the sums and payments of Germany's War Repararations.
-Britain starts to scrap criusers as part of the terms of disarmament treaty.
-Black Thursday, the American stock market crash, that affects the whole world. There was a paper loss of, \\$4,000,000,000; 2,600,000 shares were traded in the last hous, and many accounts were absolutetly wiped out.
-Henry Ford raises wages inn his plants to boosts the confidence of employees.
-Hoover plans to expand federal construction to boost the economy
-Poems by Emily Dickinson are uncovered after 40 years.
-Valentines Day Massacre. Seven Chicago gang members are killed in a gang shooting.
-In New York City, the average business woman makes \\$33.50, for a 50 hour work week.
-Thomas Mann wins the Nobel Prize for literature. He authors "Buddenbrook"
-Babe Ruth hits his 500th major league home run.
-Albert Einstien releases a new physics thoery, where physics is reduced to one law.
-Transcontinental Air Transport is the first airline primarily for passengers rather than mail.
-In New York, the new colour television is demonstrated by Bell Laboratories.