In The Netherlands , there was from August 10, 1929 to May 26, 1933 the cabinet Ruys de Beerenbrouck III, with Jonkheer mr. Ch.J.M. Ruys de Beerenbrouck (RKSP) as prime minister.
The Netherlands had about 8.1 million citizens.
March 19 » The Sydney Harbour Bridge is opened.
May 20 » Amelia Earhart takes off from Newfoundland to begin the world's first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean by a female pilot, landing in Ireland the next day.
May 29 » World War I veterans begin to assemble in Washington, D.C., in the Bonus Army to request cash bonuses promised to them to be paid in 1945.
July 30 » Premiere of Walt Disney's Flowers and Trees, the first cartoon short to use Technicolor and the first Academy Award winning cartoon short.
August 2 » The positron (antiparticle of the electron) is discovered by Carl D. Anderson.
September 10 » The New York City Subway's third competing subway system, the municipally-owned IND, is opened.
Weather September 21, 1932
The temperature on September 21, 1932 was between 2.7 °C and 15.7 °C and averaged 9.2 °C. There was 6.3 hours of sunshine (51%). The average windspeed was 3 Bft (moderate breeze) and was prevailing from the north-northwest.
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