x - Radio A commercial is broadcast, $100 for ten minutes.
x - Red Grange enters the Universtity of Illinois.B000096IBF
x - Germany's UFA produces a film with an optical sound track.
x - First 3-D movie, requires spectacles with one red and one green lens.
x - Singers desert phonograph horn mouths for acoustic studios.
x - Robert Joseph Flaherty makes Nanook of the North, the first documentary.
x - Five-Power Naval Treaty
x - Four-Power and Nine-Power Treaties on the Far East
x - T.S. Eliot's poem 'The Waste Land' is published.
x - Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha is published.
x - U.S. poet Claude McKay publishes a volume of verse, Harlem Shadows that marks the beginning of the African-American artistic movement known as The Harlem Rennaissance.
x - Reader's Digest founded
x - Sigmund Freud's Beyond the Pleasure Principle
x - T S Eliot founds Criterion
x - Leo Tolstoy's Aelita
x - Carr-Saunders' The Population Problem
x - John Dewey's Human Nature and Conduct
x - Julius Streicher and Hermann Goering join National Socialist Party.
x - The Pope is Pius XI. List of Popes
x - The Pittsburgh Observer, a Catholic paper, noted "a change for the worse during the past year in feminine dress, dancing, manners, and general moral standards," and warned against any "failure to realize the serious ethical consequences of immodesty in girls' dress"
x - Harold Lloysd in Grandma's Boy
x - IrelandPolitics Irish Republican Army (IRA) is formed by the militant arm of the Sinn Fein.
x - Fuad I begins his rule of the newly proclaimed Kingdom of Egypt, formed when the United Kingdom terminated its protectorate.
x - Insulin is isolated and used to save the life of a young man, marking the first successful treatment for diabetes.
x - Chinese Communist Party founded.
x - Tuberculosis vaccine first used on children in France.
x - Wilhelm Furtwangler is appointed conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.
x - American cocktails become fashionable in Europe.
x - Katherine Mansfield's Garden Party, considered her finest collection of short stories, is published in U.K.
x - John Galsworthy's The Forsyte Saga is published.
x - The Enormous Room by e.e. cummings is published.
x - The novel Jacob's Room by Virginia Woolf is published.
x - Henry H. Goddard becomes a professor of psychology at Ohio State University.
x - In Baden, Roma and Sinti are photographed and fingerprinted, and have documents completed on them. This continues throughout the 20's.
x - Weber: Economy and Society (2 vols)0195069072
x - Max Ernst moves to Paris
x - Ukraine becomes part of the USSR.
x - KFBK, Sacramento's first radio station, begins broadcasting.
x - AFL convention petitions for a new trial for Sacco & Vanzetti.
x - F. Scott Fitzgerald's second novel The Beautiful and the Damned is published.
x - William Randolph Hearst launches the New York Daily Mirror.
x - Costa Rican troops invade Panama.
This Years - German political philosopher Oswald Spengler publishes his Decline of the West.
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