The Treaty of Versailles was really important because it brought a end between the Germans and the allied powers in world war one. The Treaty of Versailles was signed in the Hall of Mirrors in Germany. The Germans were not invited until 1926.
Women won the right to vote
August 18, 1920
On the 18th of August, 1920 Women won the right to vote in America, a right known as women suffrage.
The first Television was invented
The television was created by a 21 year old inventor name Philo Taylor Farnsworth. The television was first demonstrated in San Francisco on the 7th of September, 1927. The first image Philo transmitted on the television was a simple line.
First Anzac day dawn service
April 25, 1927
At 6am on the 25th of April, the first official dawn service was held in Sydney Cenotaph.
The Great Depression
1929 - 1939
The Great Depression was the worst economic downturn in the history of the industrialized world. Everyone went bankrupped
Pluto was discovered
Pluto was discovered in 1930, by Clyde Tombaugh. It was discovered when astronomers notice that the orbits of Neptune and Uranus were being affected by the gravity of an unexplained object in the solar system.
The opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge
The construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge started in 1923. More than 750,000 people gathered around the Harbour for the opening. The premier of NSW (Jack Lang) opened the Bridge.
Hitler is appointed Chancellor
January 30 1933
In 1933, Hitler became Chancellor through a shady backroom deal.
Spanish Civil War starts
July 17, 1936 - 1939
The Spanish Civil War started from the military revolt against the Republican government of spain. An initial military coup failed to win control of the entire country. It was a bloody war.
Aboriginal Day of Mourning
January 26, 1938
On the 26 of January, 1938 it was the 150th anniversary of the first fleet landing in Australia. On that same day in a Sydney hall Aboriginal Women and Men gathered together.