Thursday 2 July 1931
It was Thursday, under the sign of Cancer. The US president was Herbert Hoover (Republican).
Maciste in Hell, directed by Guido Brignone, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1931
But much more happened that day: find out below..
Have a look at the old newspapers from 2 July 1931 and get them!
Which were the most popular movies released in the last months ?
The Maltese Falcon
Which were the most popular TV series released this week ?
Which were the important events of 2 July 1931 ?
- Feast Day of St. John Regis
- Originally, in the Roman Catholic Church, the Feast of the Visitation was celebrated on this day, although it has since been transferred to May 31
- Palio di Provenzano in Siena, Italy
- Canada Day. Under the Holidays Act, Canada Day is always observed on July 1 unless that date falls on a Sunday, in which case it is observed on July 2.
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Robert Ito: Vancouver, British Columbia -- Actor (Sam-Quincy ME).
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What news were making the headlines those days in July 1931?
- Time: TIME Magazine Cover: Reverend Cyril Alington -- June 29, 1931
- Science: Science vol. 73 issue 1904
Which were the most popular books released in the last weeks ?
Nobel Laureate Pearl S. Buck’s epic Pulitzer Prize-winning novel and Oprah Book Club selection about a vanished China and one family’s shifting fortunes.Though more than seventy years have passed since this remarkable novel won the Pulitzer Prize, it has retained ...
Set in seventeenth-century Canada, an evocation of North American origins highlights the men and women who struggled to adapt to the new world even as they clung to the one they left behind.
Abbie Deal, the matriarch of a pioneer Nebraska family, has died at the beginning of A White Bird Flying, leaving her china and heavy furniture to others and to her granddaughter Laura the secret of her dream of finer things.
A grand hotel in the center of 1920s Berlin serves as a microcosm of the modern world in Vicki Baum’s celebrated novel, a Weimar-era best seller that retains all its verve and luster today.
Tell the world why 2 July 1931 is such a special date for you!