Historical Events In 1934
Wednesday, 30 September 2020
Mar 31 Franz Ehrle, German jesuit/head of Vatican library, dies at 88 on this day in history.
Mar 31 In the year 1934 netherlands Indies BC Ltd begins radio transmission (Indonesia)
Apr 01 Bonnie & Clyde kill 2 police officers in the year 1934.
Apr 02 Brian Glover, actor (McGuffin) on this day in history.
Apr 04 Braulio Dueno Colon, composer, dies at 80 on this day in history.
Apr 04 In the year 1934 k Reinmuth discovers asteroid #1716 Peter
Apr 05 In the year 1934 salvatore Di Giacomo, composer, dies at 74
Apr 06 On this day in history 418 Lutheran ministers arrested in Germany
Apr 07 In India, Mahatma Gandhi suspended his campaign of civil disobedience on this day in history.
Apr 07 William Monroe Trotter dies at 62 in Boston on this day in history.
Apr 07 On this day in history william Monroe Trotter, African, dies on 62nd birthday in Boston
Apr 10 On this day in history stanley Cup: Chicago Blackhawks beat Detroit Red Wings, 3 games to 1
Apr 12 On this day in history highest velocity wind ever recorded on Mt Washington, NH, 231 mph
Apr 12 Winds gust to 231 MPH on Mount Washington NH in the year 1934.
Apr 13 On this day in history 4.7 million US families report receiving welfare payments
Apr 14 Gerald du Maurier, British actor-manager (Unmarried, Escape), dies on this day in history.
Apr 17 In the year 1934 new Fenway Park opens, Washington Senators beat Red Sox 6-5
Apr 18 On this day in history 1st "Washateria" (laundromat) opens (Ft Worth, Tx)
Apr 18 First Laundromat opens in the United States. Now you can wash your dirty laundry in public in the year 1934.
Apr 18 In the year 1934 the first "Washateria" (laundromat) opens (Ft Worth, Tx)
Apr 18 The first Laundromat opened -- in Fort Worth on this day in history.
Apr 19 In the year 1934 38th Boston Marathon won by Dave Komonen of Canada in 2:32:53.8
Apr 19 Dickie Goodman, parody singer (Flying Saucer) on this day in history.
Apr 19 On this day in history shirley Temple appears in her first movie, "Stand Up & Cheer"
Apr 20 In the year 1934 heinrich Himmler becomes inspector Prussian secret state police
Apr 20 One of America’ s most beloved child stars made her debut. Shirley Temple debuted in " Stand Up and Cheer", which opened in New York City. Moviegoers would rave about her song and dance routine, " Baby, Take a Bow", for many years on this day in history.
Apr 21 Moe Berg, Senators catcher, plays AL record 117th cons errorless game on this day in history.
Apr 23 In first Navy movement through Panama Canal over 100 ships transitted on this day in history.
Apr 24 In the year 1934 laurens Hammond announced the development of the pipeless organ
Apr 24 The birth of Shirley MacLaine, American actress on this day in history.
Apr 28 FDR signs Home Owners Loan Act on this day in history.
Apr 28 Lois Duncan, American novelist in the year 1934.
Apr 29 Pitts is last major league city to play a home game on a Sunday in the year 1934.
Apr 30 In the year 1934 austrian gets "Austrian facist" constitution