The year 1923 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1923 such as: born famous people, death of famous people, war treaty, independence of a country, invention of new technology, change of power, important national and international day etc., knowing which your general Knowledge will increase.
|Stanley Baldwin became Prime Minister of Britain.
|Soviet Socialist Republic was established.
|Hollywood' was written to promote land prices near Mount Hills in the California city of Los Angeles. 1929
|The Parliament of Italy adopted the new constitution.
|Pandit Kishan Maharaj, the legendary tabla player of the country, was born.
|Interpol was founded in Vienna, the capital of Austria.
|Bollywood actor Devanand was born in Punjab, Pakistan).
|The fifth tropical storm of the year came north of Leeward Island.
|Henry Sullivan became the first American to cross the English Channel.
|The Treaty of Friendship was signed between Germany and America.
|In Italy, the Po River dam burst, killing 600 people.
|Time magazine was first published.
|Radio broadcast of Ice Hockey match for the first time.
|Insulin became available in the market for people suffering from diabetes.
|The last US Army left Rhineland Germany).
|The arrest of socialists and communists in Italy.
|The first radio broadcast of ice hockey was by Foster Hewitt.
|American unemployment almost ended.
|Brinks reveals the first armored security van.
|The Italian Parliament accepted the new constitution.
|Steel Corp of US approved 8 hours of work.
|The Irish Free State joined the League of Nations.
|Disney Brothers established Cartoon Studios.
|Kentaro Suzuki completed the ascent of Mount Lezuna.
|The International Area of Tangier was established in Morocco.
|Lithuanian residents of the Memel Territory rebelled against the League of Nations decision to leave the area as a mandated region under French control.
|Troops from France and Belgium invaded the Ruhr Area to force the German Weimar Republic to pay its reparations in the aftermath of World War I.
|Australian cricketer Bill Ponsford made 429 runs to break the world record for the highest first-class score.
|English archaeologist and Egyptologist Howard Carter unsealedthe burial chamber of Tutankhamun, an Egyptian Pharaohof the eighteenth dynasty.
|The Arts Club of Chicago hosted the opening of Pablo Picasso in the United States of America, titled Original Drawings by Pablo Picasso, presented in the U.S. became an early proponent of modern art.
|New York Yankis of Major League Baseball began playing the game at the newly constructed Yanki Stadium.
|London's Vambali Stadium, then known as the Empire Stadium, was first closed to the public and held a 1923 FA Cup Finalbatten Bolton Wanderers and West Ham United Football Clubs.
|The first 24 -hour of Le Mans was held and since then it has been run annually in June. 24 hours Le Mans, Endens Racing is the world's oldest active sports car race, which is held every year near the Le Man's city of France. It is one of the most prestigious automobile races in the world and is often called "Grand Prix of Endurance and Efficiency".
|The Bulgarian armed forces overthrew the government of the Bulgarian Agrarian National Union headed by Alexander Stamboliski and replaced Alexandar Tsankov in its place.
|Checker taxi imposes its first taxi on the roads. In early 1900, motor taxi taxi started appearing on the streets of major cities. Especially in Chicago, where many rail routes had terminals, there was a great need for on-demand, point-to-point chofir-operated transport.
|The Hollywoodland sign was officially dedicated to a new housing development in the hills above California, Hollywood.
|The Treaty of Lozen was signed to dispose of the Anatolian partoph for the division of the Ottoman Empire, establishing the border modern Turkey.
|Calvin Coolized United States's 30th President Warren Ji Harding suffered a deadly heart attack.
|Great Kanto Earthquake, measured 7.9 on Richterscale, in the Kanto region of Japan, destroyed Tokyo and Yokohama, and killed over 100,000 people.
|The British mandate to Palestine was effectively implemented, officially built under the British administration (to involve a Jewish motherland) and Transjordon as a separate enemy under Abdullah I.
|Roy and Walt Disney founded the Disney Brothers Cartoon Stadioin Hollywood which eventually became one of the world's largest media Enderator Corporation.
|On July 24, the Treaty of Lozen built Turkey's Mustafa Kemal Ataturk as the first President.
|Mustafa Kemal Ataturak became the first President of Turkey, the new nation was established by the remains of the Ottoman Empire.
|Adolf Hitler attempted to gain power in Munich. However, he was arrested and accused of betrayal due to his failure to do so.
|Many of Rome's Italians became homeless and had to flee to the hills as a result of heavy floods. The Tiber River is at a record height.
|A treaty was signed by Nepal and the United Kingdom, which already determines the international status of Nepal as an independent and sovereign nation.