Herbert Hoover Presidential Timeline

Events

February 14, 1929: Valentines Day Massacre

February 14, 1929

April 1, 1929: Louie Marx introduces the Yo-Yo

April 1, 1929

April 3, 1929: Persia agrees to Litvinov Pact

April 3, 1929

April 5, 1929: Lithuania signs Litvinov Pact

April 5, 1929

April 24, 1929: Thorvald Stauning becomes premier of Denmark

April 24, 1929

May 12, 1929: Pulitzer prize awarded to Julia Peterkin for her book, Scarlet Sister Mary

May 12, 1929

May 19, 1929: CloudBurst causes stampede in Yankee Stadium, 2 people crushed to death

May 19, 1929

June 7, 1929: Vatican City gained independence from Italy

June 7, 1929

July 12, 1929: Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt, Germany

July 12, 1929

October 24, 1929: The Stock Market Crash/ The Great Depression began

October 24, 1929

January 1, 1930: Earl Claus von Stauffenberg promoted to 2nd lieutenant

January 1, 1930

January 7, 1930: Marguerite Perey discovers francium (Fr)

January 2, 1930

April 2, 1930: 1st NY-Bermuda airplane lands in Bermuda

April 2, 1930

March 3, 1931: U.S National Anthem becomes the Star Spangled Banner

March 3, 1931

May 1, 1931: Empire State Building complete and opened

May 1, 1931

November 21, 1931: The movie Frankenstein is released in the United States

November 21, 1931

March 1, 1932: A series of tornadoes killed at least 184 people in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and South Carolina

March 1, 1932

January 23, 1933: The 20th Amendment to the Constitution is ratified

January 23, 1933

January 30, 1933: Adolf Hitler is appointed Chancellor of Germany

January 30, 1933

May 2, 1933: Loch Ness Monster is sighted for the first time

May 2, 1933

July 22, 1933: Wiley Post flies solo around the world

July 22, 1933