May 19, 2022

Centuries: 19th century - 20th century - 21st century Decades: 1880s - 1890s - 1900s - 1910s - 1920s - 1930s - 1940s - 1950s - 1960s - 1970s years - 1980s Years: 1927 - 1928 - 1929 - 1930 - 1931 - 1932 - 1933 - 1934 - 1935 - 1936 - 1937


January 7 - The United States announces the Stimson Doctrine in response to China's expansion into China following the Mukden incident. February 18 - Manchuk is declared independent in Manchuria, occupied by the Japanese. February 18 - The volcanic fire in Pacsa. March 1 - Lindbergh baby abduction. (Charles Lindbergh paid a ransom of $ 50,000 for the kidnapping of his firstborn son, but only the body of a 20-month-old child was found in a given location. Lindbergh fled to Europe with his wife and three-year-old son.) March 2 - The so-called Tardieu plan, in which France calls for economic convergence of the Danube states. March 9 - Act on the 3-year presidential power of attorney in Poland. March 13 - The first round of the imperial presidential election in Germany. April 10 - Re-election of Paul von Hindenburg as Imperial President in Germany. May 6 - A Russian anarchist bullet wounds French President Paul Doumer to death. July 2 - A party called the Yugoslav National Peasant Democracy is formed. (His name will be changed to the Yugoslav National Party in August.) July 25 - The Polish-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact is signed. 31 July - In the German parliamentary elections, the National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei - NSDAP) becomes the largest party in the Reischtag with 37.4% (or 230 seats). August 13 - Imperial President Paul von Hindenburg refuses to appoint Adolf Hitler Chancellor. September 21 - Prime Minister Gyula Károlyi resigns. September 23 - Ibn Saudi founds Saudi Arabia. September 29 - Governor Gyula Gömbös entrusts the former Minister of Defense with the establishment of a government. October 1 - The Spherical Government is formed. October 10 - The statarian proclamation announced on September 19, 1931 is dissolved in Hungary. October 23 - Karel Čapek, a Czech writer, repeatedly deplores the practice of banning the import of Hungarian books into Slovakia since 1919 in the Lidové noviny columns in Brno. October 29 - A new government is formed in Czechoslovakia under the leadership of agrarian politician Jan Malypetr. November 2 - Colonel Józef Beck is appointed Foreign Minister of Poland. November 6 - In the German parliamentary elections, the NSDAP wins 33.1%, or 196 seats. November 7 - The so-called In Zagreb, the Peasant Democratic Coalition (SDK) condemns the royal dictatorship in the country. November 19 - 20 representatives of German business urges Hitler to be appointed chancellor at Hindenburg. December 14 - In Slovakia, after the resignation of Géza Szüllő, János Esterházy is elected President of the Hungarian National Christian Socialist Party. December 31 - The Slovenian People's Party in a Slovenian declaration in favor of Slovenian autonomy.

Topics of the year

List of Heads of State in 1932

1932 in Cinematography

1932 in the literature

Attila József: Suburban night Áron Tamási: "Abel in abundance" March 19: Author's evening of János Kodolányi, directed by Nyugat, will be published in August. short story (West, 1932/15-16) May 23: The Writers' Economic One is formed