In The Netherlands , there was from September 9, 1918 to September 18, 1922 the cabinet Ruys de Beerenbrouck I, with Jonkheer mr. Ch.J.M. Ruys de Beerenbrouck (RKSP) as prime minister.
In The Netherlands , there was from September 19, 1922 to August 4, 1925 the cabinet Ruys de Beerenbrouck II, with Jonkheer mr. Ch.J.M. Ruys de Beerenbrouck (RKSP) as prime minister.
The Netherlands had about 7.0 million citizens.
February 6 » The Washington Naval Treaty is signed in Washington, D.C., limiting the naval armaments of United States, Britain, Japan, France, and Italy.
May 19 » The Young Pioneer Organization of the Soviet Union is established.
July 15 » Japanese Communist Party is established in Japan.
September 11 » The Treaty of Kars is ratified in Yerevan, Armenia.
September 30 » The University of Alabama opens the American football season with a 110–0 victory over the Marion Military Institute, which still stands as Alabama's record for largest margin of victory and as their only 100 point game.
December 9 » Gabriel Narutowicz is elected the first president of Poland.
Weather January 24, 1922
The temperature on January 24, 1922 was between -13.3 °C and -5.3 °C and averaged -10.0 °C. There was 4.4 hours of sunshine (51%). The average windspeed was 4 Bft (moderate breeze) and was prevailing from the east.
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