-Stalin demonstreates Communism by collectivising Russian Farms, making everything property of the state.
-Brital, U.S., France, Japan, and Italy met in London to discuss reducing their naval fleets.
-Reported that 1000's of Russians escape to Poland to avoid collective work.
-French troops evacuate the Rhineland five years early. Germany is still expected to respect the terms of the Versailles Treaty.
Britain promises independance to Iraq.
-Hitler says he will scrap the Versailles Treaty.
-Greece and Turkey sign a friendship treaty at Ankara.
In the U.S, Hoover creates a commitee for unemployment relief.
-10 years after the prohibition began, the deaths from alchol rose by 6 times the rate it was 10 years before.
-Germany bans the film, "All Quiet On The Western Front".
-John Barrymore stars in the film, "Moby Dick".
-Gershwin's musical, "Girl Crazy", opens in Ney York. It featurs the hit song, "I Got Rhythm".
-"All Quiet On the Western Front", wins two Acadamy Awards for Best Picture, and Best Director.
-Norway's Sonja Henia, a 17 year old figure skater, wins World's Amateur Singkes Champion, for the 5th consecutive time.
-Bobby Jones, winner of the Grand Slam of Golf retires.
-Ney York installs traffic lights, invented by Garret A. Morgan.
-Thomas Edison tests the 1st U.S. electrical train.
-Karl Landsteiner wins Nobel Prize for medical work on blood groups.