April 16, Barcelona: Cançó d'amor i de guerra, zarzuela by Rafael Martínez i Valls, opens at the Teatre Nou.
September 29, Barcelona: Montserrat College Foundation, for the Missionary Daughters of the Holy Family of Nazareth.
October 25, Barcelonaː the Jorba Warehouses are inaugurated, in the Àngel portal.
Francesc Macià, from exile, organizes the plot of Prats de Molló to invade Catalonia.
Antoni Maria Alcover and Francesc de Borja Moll publish in fascicles the Diccionari català-valencià-balear.
Barcelona: Inauguration of the Transversal Metropolitan Railway of Barcelona, built by Ferrocarrils de la Mancomunitat de Catalunya, under the direction of Esteban Terradas i Illa.
Lleida: the literary and cultural magazine Vida Lleidatana is published.
Barcelona: Espigues en flor is published, the second book of poems by Maria Antònia Salvà. Rest of the world
Spain: Spoken daily newspapers, called La palabra, are broadcast for the first time by radio.
Belgium: Belgium leaves the Latin Monetary Union and introduces a new currency, the Belgian.
January 8: Abd-al-Aziz ibn Saud is proclaimed king of the independent kingdom of Hijaz, the origin of Saudi Arabia.
January 26 - London: John Logie Baird crashes his first public television show in a London store using a Nipkov disc pickup. The definition is 30 lines and the image measures 3.8 by 5 centimeters
January 31: In Germany concludes the occupation of Cologne, with the departure of Allied troops the day before.
3 of February Spain: The colonel of infantry ascends to brigadier general Francisco Franco, being the youngest general of the Spanish army.
The Royal Decree instituting the National Book Festival in Spain is signed.
Mussolini accuses Germany of a campaign against Italy, leading to a crisis between the two countries.
Spain and France plan joint military actions in Morocco.
March 1: A regular airline is established for passenger transport between Buenos Aires and Montevideo.
April 5, Madrid: The Elcano Squadron leaves for Manila.
April 7, Italy: Violet Gibson slightly injures Benito Mussolini in the nose.
April 24, Berlin, Weimar Republic: The Treaty of Berlin is signed between Germany and the Soviet Union.
May 17: The Social Democrat Wilhelm Marx is elected chancellor of the German Reich.
May 23: The first constitution of Lebanon is adopted.
27 of May - a joint action of the colonial armies, French and Spanish, ends the Republic of the Rif.
July 1: The Guomindang begins a campaign to unify territories in northern China.
September 8: The Weimar Republic joins the League of Nations.
September 11, Rome, Italy: Anarchist Gino Lucetti attacks Mussolini in which eight pedestrians are injured.
October 7, Spainː first celebration of Book Day, which would eventually become April 23.
November 26, Uruguay: Elections are held, Juan Campisteguy Oxcoby is elected.
November 17: Coup d'etat of 1926 in Lithuania, President Kazys Grinius is deposed and placed under house arrest. Antanas Smetona assumes power 2 days later.
December 25: After the death of the Japanese emperor Yoshihito the regent prince Hirohito becomes the new emperor.
The first edition of the collection of stories Dos arquivos do trasno by Rafael Dieste Gonçalves is published
Masrroc, Driss Chraïbi, writer.
Països Catalans16 January, Barcelona: Arnau Puig i Grau, artist, art critic and Catalan philosopher (d. 2020).
February 9, Barcelona: Manuel Cabero, Catalan choral director.
February 11, Barcelona: Griselda Pascual i Xufré, Catalan scientist linked to mathematical research and teaching (m.2001).
23 of February, Valencia, Kitchen garden of Valencia: Fernando Vizcaíno Houses, a