Monday November 25, 1935

(This is an entry from the journal entitled “Mexico Summer” written by Elizabeth Whipple Lancaster Carsey 80-years-ago)

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Here’s what else was happening 80-years-ago today:

Washington surgeons began x-raying 10, 000 people as part of a campaign to reduce the number of deaths from tuberculosis.

Washington surgeons today began the task of x-raying 10,000 persons as part of a campaign to reduce the number of deaths from tuberculosis, Washington DC, November 25, 1935. Here a technician x-rays a woman while others await their turn.

Manuel L. Quezon is on the cover of Time Magazine

Japan proclaimed the puppet state of East Hebei Autonomous Council in northern China.

Georgeiiofgreece.jpgAfter 11 years in exile, the newly-divorced George II returned to Greek soil as King of the Hellenes at Corfu from London.




Brazil declared a state of siege to fight a leftist uprising in the country’s north.

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Heinrich Sahm

The Mayor of BerlinHeinrich Sahm was expelled from the Nazi Party because his family was said to have bought from Jewish shops.

German Olympic officials said that fencer Helene Mayer, despite being half-Jewish, would be allowed to compete for Germany in the 1936 Summer Olympics.

Nazi Germany forbade Jewish artists from working under pseudonyms

Chicago Daily Tribune Nov 25, 1935
Chicago Daily Tribune Nov 25, 1935

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