January 1933 calendar
Learn the most interesting events and historical facts that happened in January 1933.
The US president was Herbert Hoover (Republican), the UK Prime Minister was Ramsay MacDonald (Labour), Pope Pius XI was leading the Catholic Church.
But much more happened on January 1933: find out below
Which were the important events of January 1933?
- 02 Jan 1933 Bruins beat Rangers in New York 13-3
- 03 Jan 1933 Minnie D. Craig becomes the first female elected as Speaker of the North Dakota House of Representatives, the first female to hold a Speaker position anywhere in the United States.
- 05 Jan 1933 Work on Golden Gate Bridge begins, on Marin County side
- 07 Jan 1933 1st edition of People and Fatherland published in the Netherlands
- 09 Jan 1933 Amsterdam confectionery worker go on strike against wage reduction
- 11 Jan 1933 Sir Charles Kingsford Smith makes the first commercial flight between Australia and New Zealand.
- 12 Jan 1933 Uprising of Guardia Civil in Spain, 25 die.
- 14 Jan 1933 The controversial Bodyline cricket tactics used by Douglas Jardine's England peaks when Australian captain Bill Woodfull was hit in the heart.
- 15 Jan 1933 Political violence causes almost 100 deaths in Spain.
- 16 Jan 1933 Bert Oldfield flattened by Larwood delivery in Adelaide cricket Test.
- 17 Jan 1933 Bradman takes second Test wicket, Hammond, bowled
- 18 Jan 1933 White Sands National Monument, New Mexico established.
- 23 Jan 1933 20th Amendment changes date of US Presidential inaugurations to January 20.
- 27 Jan 1933 Otto Meisnner dines with British ambassador Rumbold
- 28 Jan 1933 French government of Paul Boncour falls.
- 29 Jan 1933 German President von Hindenburg appoints Hitler chancellor
- 30 Jan 1933 Lone Ranger begins a 21-year run on ABC radio
- 31 Jan 1933 French government of Edouard Daladier takes power.
Filipino aristocracy, from a wealthy family background.
World-famous singer and actress born in Egypt with Italian origins but naturalised French with the name Yolanda Gigliotti.
American award-winning writer of novels, essays, criticism.
French guitarist, singer and composer.
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Composer, dies at 71.
German classicist / writer, dies at 80.
Irish novelist (Born 1852).
Dutch evangelist (Vredebond), dies at age 87.
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