The year 1933 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1933 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.

Important Historical Events of the Year 1933 in World ⚡

02 MayIn Germany, Hitler banned trade unions. From 1933 to 1945, Hitler was the ruler of Germany.
22 MayWorld Trade Day was celebrated for the first time.
19 JuneThe Austrian government banned Nazi organizations.
30 June50 thousand people demonstrated in Antwerp against fascism.
08 SeptemberAsha Bhosle, the famous playback singer of Hindi films, was born.
03 NovemberEconomist and Nobel laureate Amartya Sen was born in Birbhum district of West Bengal.
19 NovemberWomen got the right to franchise in the European country Spain.
26 DecemberUS engineer Howard Armstrong obtained a patent for FM radio.
14 FebruaryBeautiful actress Madhubala was born.
17 FebruaryAmerica's weekly magazine 'Newsweek' was published.
03 AprilThe plane flew for the first time over Mount Everest, the world's highest peak.
12 JanuaryRomanian Prime Minister Iliu Manu and his entire cabinet resigned after disagreements with King Carol II.
08 FebruaryThe coldest temperature in Texas was recorded at 23 degrees Celsius.
30 March68 people died in Tornado, southern United States.
19 AprilLes Posen won the Boston Marathon.
08 MayMahatma Gandhi started the movement against untouchability.
10 JuneThe Barter Theater was inaugurated in Abingdon City, Virginia.
26 JulyThe International Silver Agreement of the World Economic Conference was signed in London.
16 AugustSpencer Tracy and Coleen Moore's drama film The Power and the Glory was published.
21 SeptemberEgyptian Prime Minister Ismail Pasha Sidki resigns
13 OctoberThe romantic comedy drama film Bomshell starring Jean Harlow and Lee Tracy was published.
22 NovemberThe Fujian People's Government was announced in the city of Fujian, China.
16 DecemberDiego Martinez Barrio resigned as Prime Minister of Spain.
15 JanuaryA teenage girl in Banneux, Belgium, reported the first of several Marian apparitions, now known as Our Lady of Banneux.
25 FebruaryUSS Ranger, the first ship of the United States Navyconstructed as an aircraft carrier, was launched.
27 FebruaryThe Reichstag building in Berlin, the assembly location of the German Parliament, was set on fire, a pivotal event in theestablishment of the Nazi regime in Germany.
02 MarchThe film King Kong made its premiere at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
04 MarchFrances Perkins was appointed United States Secretary of Labor,making her the first female member of the Cabinet.
22 MarchThe construction of the first Nazi concentration camp in the Holocaust—Dachau—was completed.
28 MarchA passenger aboard an Imperial Airways biplane City of Liverpool started a fire on board, causing it to break up and crash in mid-air.
24 AprilNazi Germany began harassing the Witnesses of Jehovah by closing the office of the Watch Tower Society in Magadeberg.
26 AprilThe official Gupta Police force was established in Gestapo (SS Prateek Picture), Nazi Germany.
10 MayOn May 10, 1933, Paraguay announced a war on Bolivia. This conflict is also known as Chacko War to control the northern part of Gran Chacko of South America between the two countries, which are considered rich in oil.
17 MayNorway's fascist party nasogenal homosexuals were established on 17 May 1933 by Vidakun Quisling and Johann Bernhard Hejort. Despite the fact, it made a huge impact on Norway politics that it never achieved more than 2.5% votes and eventually dissolved in 1945.
29 MayGandhi ended his 21 -day fast due to '' untouchables'. He was fighting for the rights of Dalits or lower caste people of the community, who were considered untouchables and were stopped from entering the holy places. He coined the word Harijan for the untouchables.
17 JuneThe Civil Disobedience Campaign ended. Civil disobedience is active, proficient refusal to follow certain laws, demands, or a government orders, or an occupied international power. Civil disobedience sometimes, although not always done, which is defined as non-violent resistance.
14 JulyWith the enactment of law for the prevention of law, which the Nazi Party turned away from the spring, the Nazi Party started its eraful program.
22 JulyWilly Post, seven days in Floid Bennett Fieldin Brooklyn in New York City, after a nineteen -hour flight, became the first pilot to take a single flying worldwide.
07 AugustThe estimated 3,000 asserves were killed by the Iraqi soldiers in Dahuk and Mosul districts while carrying out the Shimla massacre.
12 SeptemberHungarian-American physicist Leo Szeelalard conceived the ideology of the nuclear chain reaction, while waiting for a traffic light in London's Inbuarsbury.
13 SeptemberElizabeth McCombs became the first woman selected for New Zealand's Thepara sensitivity.
21 SeptemberSalvador Loivaroth launched the first Empress Mexicana de La Luicuber event in the world's oldest continuous operating professional wrestling promotion in Mexico City.
26 SeptemberGangster machine Gun Kelly surrendered to the FBI, shouted hesitating, 'Don't shoot, G-Men (' government man ')! '), Who is a surname for FBI agents.
07 OctoberFive French airline companies merged as Air France.
17 October, Albert Einstein and his wife Nazi ran away from Germany, Princeton, New Jersey, where he intended to take his scientific work at the Institute of Advance Studies.
28 OctoberAs the population affected by poverty is moving towards excesses, the disease is also being seen due to TB, diphtheria, scarlet fever etc.
05 DecemberThe prohibition of alcoholic beverages in the United States ended when the twenty-first amendment in the US was confirmed, canceling the eighteenth amendment.

Important Historical Events of the Year 1933 in India ⚡

20 SeptemberLeading theosophist, advocate for women's rights, writer, speaker and India-loving woman doctor Annie Besant died.
01 DecemberThe first passenger airline started between Kolkata and Dhaka in India.
02 AprilIndian cricketer Prince Ranjit Singhji died in Jamnagar, Gujarat.
28 JanuaryChoudhry Rahmat Ali published a pamphlet entitled 'Now or Never' in which he called for the creation of a Muslim state in northwest India that he termed 'Pakstan'.
08 MayMohandas Karamchand Gandhi started a 21 -day fast of self -purification on 8 May 1933. The Harijan movement was inaugurated by him on the same day to improve the lives of untouchables. Gandhi named the Dalits of the Hindu community as Harijan as the children of God, but the condemnation of his campaign is Dalit leader B.R. Ambedkar, the architect of the Indian Constitution after independence.
10 OctoberIn the first Siddha Act of air sabotage in the history of commercial aviation, United Airlines Boeing 247 exploded in Mid-Ayrinier Chesteiton in Indiana, USA, killing all seven people.

Famous People's Birthdays in 1933 😀

01 JulyAbdul Hameed / Soldier / India
02 AprilJayaben Desai / Politician / India
03 NovemberAmartya Sen / Academic / India
03 NovemberAmartya Sen / Economist / India
03 NovemberC. K. Jaffer Sharief / Politician / India
04 AprilBapu Nadkarni / Cricketer / India
05 AugustJaneshwar Mishra / Politician / India
06 AugustA. G. Kripal Singh / Cricketer / India
06 AprilP.K. Nair / Author / India
08 SeptemberAsha Bhosle / Singer / India
10 OctoberMadan Mohan Punchhi / Lawyer / India
15 DecemberBapu / Writer / India
15 JulyM. T. Vasudevan Nair / Author / India
16 AprilAvtar Singh Cheema / Mountainer / India
18 MayH. D. Deve Gowda / Politician / India
18 MayHaradanahalli Doddegowda Deve Gowda / Politician / India
18 JanuaryJagdish Sharan Verma / Judge / India
18 FebruaryNimmi / Actress / India
19 SeptemberSunith Francis Rodrigues / Soldier / India
26 MarchAcharya Kuber Nath Rai / Writer / India

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