Daily Archives: September 9, 2014

Sunday September 9, 1934

Packed and moved – Went to church – Bernard took me home after church.

Here is what else was happening 80-years-ago-today.

And check out the Escape from Mexico page – the refugee train pulls out of San Pedro and  a wondrous miracle baby born in the midst of war.  Must read!

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Albuquerque Journal Sept 9, 1934


7,000 police and guardsmen were dispatched to London’s Hyde Park, looking to head off any potential violence on the occasion of a rally by 1,200 members of Oswald Mosley‘s British Union of Fascists. About 8,000 to 9,000 anti-fascists and onlookers also turned out, but the police cordon was so thick that no one on the outside of it could hear the speeches. A total of eighteen arrests were made, mostly for disorderly conduct.

Rudolf Caracciola and Luigi Fagioli won the Italian Grand Prix.

The Little King, a comic strip by Otto Soglow that had appeared in The New Yorker for several years, made its debut in its new form of a newspaper comic strip