1932

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July 6, 2022

Events

January−March

January 1 – Suolahti and Äänekoski townships were founded. Öja was separated as an independent municipality from Kaarlela. January 3 – Mohandas Gandhi and Vallabhbhai Patel are arrested and interned by the British. January 8 - In Britain, the Archbishop of Canterbury banned divorcees from church weddings. January 12 - Hattie W. Caraway becomes the first female United States senator. January 21 - Finland and the Soviet Union sign a mutual non-aggression pact. January 26 - British submarine M-2 sinks, 50 people drown. January 28 - Japan captures Shanghai. January 31 – Japanese warships arrived at Nanjing.2. February – The General Conference on Disarmament began in Geneva. February 2 – The League of Nations recommends negotiations between the Republic of China and Japan. February 4 - The Winter Olympics began in Lake Placid. February 4 - Japan captures Harbin. February 9 – The ban on alcoholic beverages was repealed in Finland. It was replaced by a new liquor law, which stipulated that the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages be the exclusive right of the Alcohol Shop. February 11 - Pope Pius XI met with Benito Mussolini in the Vatican City. February 18 - Japan declares Manchukuo independent from China. February 25 - Adolf Hitler received German citizenship before the presidential election. February 27 – Supporters of the Lapuan movement interrupted the speech of the SDP MP, Dr. Mikko Erich, at the Ohkola työväentalo in Mäntsälä. The Mäntsälä rebellion began. February 29 – The leadership of the Lapua shop demanded the resignation of Juho Sunila's board. February 29 – The first issue of Ilta-Sanomi was published.1. March - Charles Augustus Lindbergh, the child of Charles Lindbergh and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, is kidnapped. March 2 - In his radio speech, President P. E. Svinhufvud announced that he had taken personal responsibility for maintaining order in the country and ordered the participants of the Mäntsälä rebellion to return to their homes. March 6 – The leaders of the Mäntsälä rebellion surrendered to the authorities. March 9 – Éamon de Valera is elected to lead the government of the Irish Free State in the first change of power in ten years. March 12 - Swedish investor Ivar Kreuger committed suicide in Paris. March 24 – Interior Minister Arvo Manner banned the operation of the Lapuan shop. March 26 - The Air Force's de Havilland D.H.60 Moth trainer crashed onto the ice from a height of about 100 meters and burned to ashes in Helsinki's North Harbor. The plane's mechanic died from his injuries and the pilot was badly injured.

April−June

April 5 - The Prohibition Act ended and the first Alko was opened at 10:00 in the morning, leaving the number series 5-4-3-2-1-0 in the annals. April 10 - German Presidential Election 1932: Paul von Hindenburg is elected President of Germany with 53% of the vote. Adolf Hitler received 13 million votes. April 17 – Haile Selassie announced the end of slavery in Abyssinia (now Ethiopia).6. May - President Paul Doumer is assassinated in Paris by Paul Gordulof. Dourmer died the next day. Albert Lebrun became the next president of France. May 8 – The first Zoo Runs (initially Suomen Suurajot) were organized in Helsinki. The winner was Swedish Per-Viktor Widengren, driving a Mercedes-Benz. May 10 − Parliament approved the law on amnesty for those less guilty of the Mäntsälä rebellion. SDP MPs voted against the bill. May 12 - Charles Lindbergh's son is found dead ten weeks after the hijacking. May 14 – Kouvola Seuratalo Oy's two-story business and theater building was destroyed in a fire in the center of Kouvola township. The house was the second largest wooden house in Finland and it had been brought 10 years earlier from Terijoki, where the house was o