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Mountbatten was married on 18 July 1922 to Edwina Cynthia Annette Ashley, daughter of Wilfred William Ashley, later 1st Baron Mount Temple, himself a grandson of the 7th Earl of Shaftesbury.
On July 9, 1922, Weissmuller broke Duke Kahanamoku's world record on the 100-meters freestyle, swimming it in 58. 6 seconds.
Leon Max Lederman ( born July 15, 1922 ) is an American physicist who, along with Melvin Schwartz and Jack Steinberger, received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1988 for their joint research on neutrinos.
* Ruanda-Urundi ( Belgium ), from 20 July 1922 to 13 December 1946.
Formerly two separate German protectorates, they were joined as a single mandate on 20 July 1922.
* Tanganyika ( United Kingdom ), from 20 July 1922 to 11 December 1946.
* Kamerun was split on 20 July 1922 into British Cameroons ( under a Resident ) and French Cameroun ( under a Commissioner until 27 August 1940, then under a Governor ), on 13 December 1946 transformed into United Nations Trust Territories, again a British ( successively under senior district officers officiating as Resident, a Special Resident and Commissioners ) and a French Trust ( under a Haut Commissaire )
* Togoland was split into British Togoland ( under an Administrator, a post filled by the colonial Governor of the British Gold Coast ( present Ghana ) except 30 September 1920 – 11 October 1923 Francis Walter Fillon Jackson ) and French Togoland ( under a Commissioner ) ( United Kingdom and France ), 20 July 1922 separate Mandates, transformed on 13 December 1946 into United Nations trust territories, French Togo Associated Territory ( under a Commissioner till 30 August 1956, then under a High Commissioner as Autonomous Republic of Togo ) and British Togoland ( as before ; on 13 December 1956 it ceased to exist as it became part of Ghana )
In July 1922, the Second Congress of the Communist Party took place in Shanghai ; while Mao lost the address and was unable to attend, the delegates decided to finally adopt the Leninist advice by agreeing to an alliance with the " bourgeois democrats " of the Kuomintang for the good of the " national revolution " to unite China and free it of foreign imperialist influence.
Michael George Francis Ventris, OBE ( 12 July 1922 – 6 September 1956 ) was an English architect who, along with John Chadwick and Alice Kober, deciphered Linear B, a previously unknown ancient script discovered at Knossos by Arthur Evans.
The highest temperature ever recorded in Halifax was 37. 2 ° C ( 99 ° F ) on July 10, 1912, and the lowest was − 29. 4 ° C (− 21 ° F ) on Feb 18, 1922.
The reign of the long-lived Ottoman dynasty lasted for 623 years, from 27 July 1299 to 1 November 1922, when the monarchy in Turkey was abolished.
A bilateral sanitary convention was concluded between the governments of Latvia and Poland on 7 July 1922, for which ratifications were exchanged on 7 April 1925.
(; February 16, 1884 – July 23, 1951 ) was an American filmmaker who directed and produced the first commercially successful feature length documentary film, Nanook of the North ( 1922 ).
On July 1, 1922, 400, 000 railroad workers and shopmen went on strike over hourly wages reduced by seven cents and a 12 hour-day workweek.
" In July 1922 Asquith said of Gladstone:
The Kingdom of Yugoslavia, which before 3 October 1929 was known as the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes was established on 1 December 1918 by the union of the State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs and the Kingdom of Serbia ( the Kingdom of Montenegro was annexed on 13 November 1918, and the Conference of Ambassadors in Paris gave international recognition to the union on 13 July 1922 ).
* July 1 – Nikolay Basov, Soviet physicist, Nobel Prize laureate ( b. 1922 )
* July 4 – Mehmed VI ( 1918 – 1922 ) succeeds Mehmed V ( Resad ) ( 1909 – 1918 ) as Ottoman Sultan.
* July 15 – Hammer DeRoburt, first President of Nauru ( b. 1922 )
* July 7 – Veronica Lake, American actress ( b. 1922 )
* July 10 – Marcel Proust, French writer ( d. 1922 )
* July 17 – Itubwa Amram, Nauruan pastor and politician ( b. 1922 )
* July 20 – Lucian Freud, German-born British painter ( b. 1922 )

July and Soviet
In a secret detailed letter to the Soviet leadership of July 21, 1967, Sakharov explains the need to " take the Americans at their word " and accept their proposal " for a bilateral rejection by the USA and the Soviet Union of the development of antiballistic missile defense ", because otherwise an arms race in this new technology would increase the likelihood of nuclear war.
After this essay was circulated in samizdat and then published outside the Soviet Union ( initially on July 6, 1968, in the Dutch newspaper Het Parool through intermediary of the Dutch academic and writer Karel van het Reve, followed by The New York Times ), Sakharov was banned from all military-related research and returned to FIAN to study fundamental theoretical physics.
By the time of the 28th Congress of the CPSU in July 1990, the party was largely regarded as being unable to lead the country and had, in fifteen republics, split into opposing factions favouring either independent republics or the continuation of the Soviet Union.
On 3 July, American troops left the city and the city became part of the Soviet Zone of Occupation and East Germany.
* The first metalwork in open space consisting in works of welding, brazing and metal spraying were conducted by cosmonauts Svetlana Savitskaya and Vladimir Dzhanibekov of the Soviet Union on July 25, 1984.
The official term, " corrective labor camp ", was suggested for official politburo of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union use in the session of July 27, 1929.
On 21 June 1941, the day before invasion of the Soviet Union, Himmler commissioned the preparation of the Generalplan Ost ( General Plan for the East ); the plan was finalised in July 1942.
On July 25, 1961, Kennedy insisted in a presidential address that the U. S. would defend West Berlin, asserting its Four-Power rights, while making it clear that challenging the Soviet presence in Germany was not possible.
* IOI 1990 was held in Minsk, Belarus, Soviet Union, July 15 – 21, 1990
In July 1970, the US withdrew 50 % of its financial support to the ILO following the appointment of an Assistant-Director General from the Soviet Union.
In July 1942, Hitler praised the efficiency of the Soviet military industry and Stalin:
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom | British Prime Minister Clement Attlee, President of the United States | U. S. President Harry S. Truman and Joseph Stalin at the Potsdam Conference, July 1945. At the Potsdam Conference from July to August 1945, though Germany had surrendered months earlier, instead of withdrawing Soviet forces from Eastern European countries, Stalin had not moved those forces.
In July, following the Allied landings in France and the huge Soviet advances in Belarus, Hitler finally agreed to grant both of them increased powers.
When Dekanozov finally appeared, Ribbentrop read out a short statement saying that the Reich had been forced into " military countermeasures " because of an alleged Soviet plan to attack Germany in July 1941.
On 30 July Soviet officials announced that they had granted him political asylum in the USSR, as well as Soviet citizenship.
In July 1929 it remained official Soviet policy that the kulak should not be terrorised and should be enlisted into the collective farms.
The U. S. turned over the city to the Red Army as it pulled back from the line of contact with Soviet forces in July 1945 to the pre-designated occupation zone boundaries.
In July 1945, as Soviet police ranks were converted to a military uniform system, Beria's rank was officially converted to that of Marshal of the Soviet Union.
From April – July, Soviet and German officials made statements regarding the potential for the beginning of political negotiations, while no actual negotiations took place during that time period.
In late July and early August 1939, Soviet and German officials agreed on most of the details for a planned economic agreement, and specifically addressed a potential political agreement, which the Soviets stated could only come after an economic agreement.

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