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July and 1933
In July 1933, Heigo committed suicide.
John Calvin Coolidge, Jr. ( July 4, 1872January 5, 1933 ) was the 30th President of the United States ( 1923 – 1929 ).
By 1 July 1933 there were 1, 463 working camps with 250, 000 junior enrollees ( 18 – 25 years of age ), 28, 000 veterans, 14, 000 American Indians, and 25, 000 Locally Enrolled ( or Experienced ) Men ( LEM ).
He shared the Walter Knox Prize for Chemistry on Foundation Day, Friday, 7 July 1933.
# The Gesetz gegen die Neubildung von Parteien (" Law against the establishment of political parties ") ( July 14, 1933 ) declared the Nazi Party to be the country's only legal party.
Despite his revolutionary rhetoric, Goebbels ’ most important contribution to the Nazi cause between 1930 and 1933 was as the organizer of successive election campaigns: The Reichstag elections of September 1930, July and November 1932 and March 1933, and Hitler ’ s presidential campaign of March – April 1932.
Modern interest in the monster was sparked by a sighting on 22 July 1933, when George Spicer and his wife saw ' a most extraordinary form of animal ' cross the road in front of their car.
By 1933, however, the continued operation of the school was untenable ( it was raided by the Gestapo in April ), and in July of that year, Mies and the faculty voted to close the Bauhaus.
The London Passenger Transport Board ( LPTB ) was the transport authority from 1 July 1933 to 31 December 1947.
Mohammed Zahir Shah ( 15 October 1914 – 23 July 2007 ) was the last King ( Padishah ) of Afghanistan, reigning for four decades, from 1933 until he was ousted by a coup in 1973.
Many auto camps were used as havens and hide-outs for criminals of the 1920s ; Bonnie and Clyde had a shootout in the infamous Red Crown Tourist Court near Kansas City on July 20, 1933.
Pacelli ( seated, center ) at the signing of the Reichskonkordat on 20 July 1933 in Rome with ( from left to right ): German prelate Ludwig Kaas, German Vice-Chancellor Franz von Papen, Secretary of Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs Giuseppe Pizzardo, Alfredo Ottaviani, and Reich minister Rudolf Buttmann
The Reichskonkordat, signed on 20 July 1933, between Germany and the Holy See, while thus a part of an overall Vatican policy, was controversial from its beginning.
The concordat was finally signed, by Pacelli for the Vatican and von Papen for Germany, on 20 July and ratified on 10 September 1933.
of Catholic University of America Press, The Catholic Historical Review July 1933: 200-03 < http :// www. jstor. org / stable / 25013158 >.</ ref > He later became a professor of canon law in Bologna.
He apparently spent some time in a mental hospital in Kislovodsk in July 1933, ostensibly a result of depression born of his final acceptance that he would never be allowed to edit the Mexican footage, turned over by Sinclair to Hollywood editors, who would irreparably alter the negatives.
* " Signalling system and apparatus therefor " ( Type 15 Teletype ) – filed July 1930, issued April 1933
Following a Nazi smear campaign the Bauhaus left Dessau in 1932 for Berlin, until its dissolution in July 1933.
* July 9 – A forest fire breaks out in the Tillamook Burn ( the third in that area since 1933 ).
* July 21 – Herb Edelman, American actor ( b. 1933 )
* July 23 – Aliki Vougiouklaki, Greek actress ( b. 1933 )
* July 17 – Joseph Maher, Irish actor ( b. 1933 )
* July 1 – Arthur Borton, English soldier ( d. 1933 )
* July 2 – Wilhelm Cuno, Chancellor of Germany ( d. 1933 )

July and right
" On July 27, 1868, the day before the Fourteenth Amendment was adopted, U. S. Congress declared in the preamble of the Expatriation Act that " the right of expatriation is a natural and inherent right of all people, indispensable to the enjoyment of the rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness ," and ( Section I ) one of " the fundamental principles of this government " ( United States Revised Statutes, sec.
In a right triangle with legs a and b and altitude h from the hypotenuse to the right angle, h < sup > 2 </ sup > is half the harmonic mean of a < sup > 2 </ sup > and b < sup > 2 </ sup >.< ref > Voles, Roger, " Integer solutions of ," Mathematical Gazette 83, July 1999, 269 – 271 .</ ref >
On July 14, 1999, the three men lost their lives when the Lampson " Big Blue " crane, one of the largest in the world, collapsed while trying to lift a 400 ton right field roof panel.
What was not publicly known during the regular season and playoffs was that Smith had torn his rotator cuff after suffering an impingement in his right shoulder during the July 11 – 14 homestand against the Padres.
President Jimmy Carter subsequently signed the " Alternative Futures and Self Determination Executive Order " on July 25, 1978 guaranteeing the right of self determination to the People of Puerto Rico.
From Opening Day through July 26, 2009, the Phillies wore 2008 World Champions patches on the right sleeve of their home uniforms.
On July 8 833, Gregory wrote to the bishops of “ Gaul, Europe and Germany ” declaring that Aldric had every right to appeal to the pope, and that until the pope had issued a judgement one way or the other, no-one could pass a sentence against him.
His injuries — a collapsed right lung, multiple fractures of his right leg, scalp laceration and a broken hip — kept him at CMMC until July 9.
On July 14, after Williams hit three home runs and eight RBIs in the first game of a doubleheader, Lou Boudreau, inspired by Williams ' consistent pull hitting to right field, created what would later be known as the Boudreau shift ( also Williams shift ) against Williams, having only one player on the left side of second base ( the left fielder ).
Mindful not to take sides, Uyghur leaders like Rebiya Kadeer mainly try to garner international support for the " rights and interests of the Uyghurs ", including the right to demonstrate, although the Chinese government has accused her of orchestrating the deadly July 2009 Ürümqi riots.
* July 22 – News of the World urges its readers to sign a petition for Sarah's Law, new legislation in response to the murder of Sarah Payne, which would give parents the right to know whether a convicted paedophile was living in their area.
* July 12 – Horatio Nelson loses the sight in his right eye at Calvi in Corsica.
Moreover, the altitude to the hypotenuse is related to the legs of the right triangle by < ref > Voles, Roger, " Integer solutions of ," Mathematical Gazette 83, July 1999, 269 – 271 .</ ref >
* July 14 – donation of Altavilla: Bohemond I, the new crusader ruler of Antioch grants commercial privileges and the right to use warehouses ( fondaco ) and the church of Saint John to the Republic of Genoa.
The Law of Return, enacted on July 15, 1950, gives Jews living anywhere in the world the right to immigrate to Israel.
George VI ( right ) with British prime minister Clement Attlee, July 1945
The 14 February 1961 Instruction of the Congregation for Rites on the application to local calendars of Pope John XXIII's motu proprio Rubricarum instructum of 25 July 1960 decreed that " the feast of ' Saint Anacletus ', on whatever ground and in whatever grade it is celebrated, is transferred to 26 April, under its right name, ' Saint Cletus '.
Lee's plan for July 2 called for Longstreet to attack the Union's left flank, which would be followed up by Hill's attack on Cemetery Ridge near the center, while Ewell demonstrated on the Union right.
On 1 July, after a week of heavy rain, British divisions in Picardy launched an attack around the river Somme, supported by five French divisions on their right flank.
In July, the feud between the two leaders was rekindled when Nasser and the British Foreign Affairs Minister, Anthony Nutting, signed an agreement, in principle, paving the way for British withdrawal from the Suez Canal, and granting Sudan the right to self-determination.
Truman ( seated right ) and his wife Bess ( behind him ) attend the signing of the Medicare Bill on July 30, 1965, by President Johnson.

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