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* 1929 Huey P. Long Governor of Louisiana is impeached by the Louisiana House of Representatives.
* 1929 Willis Hall, English playwright and writer ( d. 2005 )
* 1929 Joi Lansing, American model and actress ( d. 1972 )
* 1929 André Previn, German composer and conductor
* 1866 Princess Viktoria of Prussia ( d. 1929 )
* 1929 Mukhran Machavariani, Georgian poet ( d. 2010 )
* 1929 Ira Levin, American author ( d. 2007 )
* 1929 Mike Elliott, Jamaican saxophonist ( The Foundations )
* 1929 Roch La Salle, Canadian politician ( d. 2007 )
* 1929 Abdi İpekçi, Turkish journalist ( d. 1979 )
* 1929 Pat Harrington, Jr., American actor
* 2005 Harald Juhnke, German actor ( b. 1929 )
In Serbia Nikola Pašić ( 1845 1926 ) and his Radical Party dominated Serbian politics after 1903 ; they also monopolized power in Yugoslavia from 1918 to 1929 ; during the dictatorship of the 1930s, it furnished the prime minister.
* 1929 Hafizullah Amin, Afghan politician ( d. 1979 )
* 1929 Ann Calvello, American roller derby racer ( d. 2006 )
* 1929 Jiddu Krishnamurti, tapped to be the messianic " World Teacher ", shocks the Theosophy movement by dissolving the Order of the Star, the organisation built to support him.
* 1840 John Bigham, 1st Viscount Mersey, English jurist and politician ( d. 1929 )
* 1929 Emile Berliner, German-American inverter and businessman, invented the phonograph ( b. 1851 )
* 1929 Thorstein Veblen, American economist and sociologist ( b. 1857 )
A third generation was led by Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie ( 1929 ) and includes Jacques Revel, and Philippe Ariès ( 1914 1984 ), who joined the group in 1978.
The French Historical Revolution: The Annales School 1929 89, ( 1990 ), the major study in English excerpt and text search
* 1929 Don Larsen, American baseball player
* 1929 The German airship Graf Zeppelin begins a round-the-world flight.
* 1876 Varghese Payapilly Palakkappilly, Indian-Syrian priest ( d. 1929 )

1929 and Palestine
* 1929 Hebron Massacre during the 1929 Palestine riots: Arab attack on the Jewish community in Hebron in the British Mandate of Palestine, continuing until the next day, resulted in the death of 65-68 Jews and the remaining Jews being forced to leave the city.
The Palestine Potash Company was chartered in 1929, after its founder, Siberian Jewish engineer and pioneer of Lake Baikal exploitation, Moses Novomeysky, worked for the charter for over ten years.
The 1929 Palestine riots ( see also the Hebron Massacre ), led Ze ' ev Jabotinsky to create a right-wing militia group called the Irgun Tzvai Leumi ( National Military Organization, known in Hebrew by its acronym " Etzel ").
Between 1929 and 1939, 250, 000 Jews arrived in Palestine ( 5th Aliyah ).
During the 1920 Jerusalem riots, the 1921 Palestine riots and the 1929 Palestine riots, Palestinian Arabs manifested hostility against Zionist immigration and Jewish communities, which provoked the reaction of Jewish militias, sometimes supported by British troops.
On August 16 of this year the 1929 Palestine riots broke out between Palestinians and Jews over control of the Western Wall.
* August 16 The 1929 Palestine riots breaks out between Palestinians and Jews and continues until the end of the month.
Lieutenant General Abdel-Razak al-Yehiyeh or Abdul-Razzaq Al-Yahya ( born March 15, 1929 in Tantura, near Haifa, then in the British Mandate of Palestine ), also known as Abu Anas, is the Interior Minister of the Palestinian National Authority.
The 1929 Palestine riots erupt due to a dispute between Muslims and Jews over access to the Western Wall.
The British in Palestine: The Mandatory Government and the Arab-Jewish Conflict 1917 1929.
In 1929, Palestine Hotels Ltd. purchased on Jerusalem's Julian ’ s Way, today King David Street.
In 1929 Wycliffe Hall staff and students on pilgrimage to Jerusalem were commissioned as peacekeepers during riots in Palestine, and one student was shot through the shoulder.
In the region of Palestine he founded his own institution in the town of Hebron called Knesses Yisroel-" Gathering of Israel ", which moved to Jerusalem following the massacre of Jews during the 1929 Palestine riots in which many of the yeshiva students perished.
* 1929 Palestine riots Slabodka victims
Arab protest delegations against British policy in Palestine during 1929
Chaim Weizmann was the leader of both the Zionist Organisation and the Palestine Zionist Executive until 1929.

1929 and riots
In 1929 the French dissolved Matsoua's association and he together with some of his friends were jailed and sent in exile to Chad, leading to riots and a campaign of disobedience against the French administration lasting many years.
Two of the more famous incidents occurring during these riots were the August 23 and August 24 1929 Hebron massacre, in which 65 68 Jews were killed by Palestinians and the remaining Jews are forced to leave Hebron.
There were bloody anti-Arab and anti-Jewish riots in Jerusalem in 1921 and in Hebron in 1929.
His first political involvement was to found a student organization called “ Hulda ,” whose regulations stated it was dedicated “ solely to the revival of the Hebrew nation in a new state .” During the 1929 riots in Palestine, Jewish communities came under attack by local Arabs, and Stern served with the Haganah, doing guard duty on a synagogue rooftop in Jerusalem ’ s Old City.
Like the other three quarters of the Old City, the Muslim quarter had a mixed population of Jews as well as Muslims and Christians until the riots of 1929.
Shertok also advised the administration on political affairs, on one occasion convincing the high commissioner not to arrest Professor Joseph Klausner, a Revisionist Maximalist activist who had played a key role in the riots of 1929, because of the likely negative consequences.
During the 1929 Palestine riots, the town was attacked by Palestinian fighters from Jaffa and was evacuated by British Authorities.
Development was set back, however when the 1929 Palestine riots and massacre caused the settlement to be abandoned for a couple of weeks.
With the eruption of 1929 Palestine riots, Safed and Hebron became major clash points.
During the 1929 riots the town was attacked and abandoned.
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