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1934 Trivia Questions And Answers

International 1934 trivia questions with answers from the year 1934.

 

1934 Trivia Questions And Answers

In January, what union was established?
A:  International Telecommunication Union.

What comic strip is first published, in the United States?
A: The Flash Gordon comic strip.

What Japanese film company is established?
A: Fuji Photo Film.

Who signs the 10 year German–Polish Non-Aggression Pact?
A: It’s signed by Na*zi Germany and the Second Polish Republic.

The French far-right leagues rally in front of the Palais Bourbon in an attempted what?
A: Coup d'état against the Third Republic.

Who forms a new government in France?
A: Gaston Doumergue.

Greece, Romania, Turkey and Yugoslavia form the what?
A: Balkan Pact.

 

In Austrian Civil War, the “what” consolidates its power in a series of clashes across the country?
A: Fatherland Front.

Who assassinates Augusto César Sandino in Managua?
A:  The National Guard.

Manchuria becomes Manchukuo, following an invasion by whom?
A: The Japanese.

The Great Hakodate Fire kills how many people in southern Hokkaido, Japan?
A: At least 2,166 people.

The Tydings–McDuffie Act is passed, allowing the Philippines a greater degree of self-government from whom?
A: The United States.

Rudyard Kipling and William Butler Yeats are awarded what?
A: The Gothenburg Prize for Poetry.

The May Constitution of 1934 heralds the beginning of what?
A: The Austrofascist Federal State of Austria.

 

What is the name of the first Three Stooges short released?
A:  Woman Haters.

Kurlis Ulmanis establishes an authoritarian government in what country?
A: Latvia.

Who stages a coup d'état in Bulgaria?
A: Kimon Georgiev.

Near Callander, Ontario, the Dionne quintuplets are born to Oliva and Elzire Dionne, becoming the first what?
A: The first quintuplets to survive infancy.

Italy beats what country 2–1 after extra time to win the 1934 World Cup?
A: Czechoslovakia.

What are banned in Bulgaria?
A: Political parties.

Adolf Hitler and whom meet for the first time, at the Venice Biennale?
A: Benito Mussolini.

 

Austrian Nazis assassinate whom during a failed coup attempt?
A: Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss.

Adolf Hitler becomes what following the death of President Paul von Hindenburg?
A:  Führer of Germany.

The Wehrmacht swears a personal oath of loyalty to whom?
A: Adolf Hitler.

In a referendum, 90% of the German population approves of what?
A: Hitler's assumption of presidential powers as Führer and Reichskanzler.

The Soviet Union joins what?
A: The League of Nations.

Who is arrested in connection with the Lindbergh kidnapping case in the U.S.?
A: Bruno Richard Hauptmann.

Where does a typhoon kills 3,036 people?
A: In Honshū, Japan

 

What kills 266 miners and rescuers at Gresford Colliery in Wrexham, north-east Wales?
A: A gas explosion.

What country joins the League of Nations?
A: Afghanistan.

In Osaka and Kyoto, a “what” kills 1,660, injures 5,400, and destroys the rice harvest?
A: Tornado.

King Alexander of Yugoslavia and French foreign minister Louis Barthou are what?
A: Assassinated during the king's state visit in Marseille.

Who is deposed in a military coup and replaced by José Luis Tejada Sorzano?
A: Daniel Salamanca Urey, President of Bolivia.

In the Abyssinia Crisis, Ethiopian and Italian troops do what?
A: Exchange gunfire. Reported casualties for the Ethiopians are 150, and for the Italians 50.

Persia becomes what?
A: Iran.

Japan renounces what?
A: The Washington Naval Treaty of 1922 and the London Naval Treaty of 1930.

Where is the sonoluminescence effect discovered?
A: At the University of Cologne.