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64–57 votes from the Dáil Éireann, the parliament of the Irish Republic, ratifies the Anglo-Irish Treaty.
Frederick Banting makes the first successful treatment of diabetes using insulin in Toronto.
The remaining Irish prisoners captured by the British government in the War of Independence are released.
Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador's union is dissolved. Read More
The White House receives it's first ever radio, as brought in by President Harding. Read More
Henri Désiré Landru is beheaded by the guillotine for being serial killer in France. Read More
The Supreme Court of the United States rebuffs the challenge to the Nineteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution, allowing women the right to vote.
The British Civil Aviation Authority is established. Read More
Sedition in Bombay leads to the arrest of Mohandas Gandhi. Read More
All public offices are open to women in the State of Massachusetts. Read More
Construction on Yankee Stadium begins in the Bronx. Read More
Washington, D.C. hosts the dedication of the Lincoln Memorial. Read More
The first speech by U.S. President Warren G. Harding is made on the radio. Read More
British Army field marshal Sir Henry Wilson is assassinated by Irish Republican Army agents in London, who are later sentenced to death on July 18.
The opening of the Hollywood Bowl. Read More
The Council of the League of Nations approves the Mandate of Palestine.
Libya holds the highest temperature in history thus far to date at 136.4 degrees F. Read More
The League of Nations is joined by Hungary. Read More
The founding and establishment of the well-known British Broadcasting Company, or BBC, occurs.
The March on Rome in Italy brings to power the National Fascist Party and Benito Mussolini.
The first woman to become a United States Senator, Rebecca Felton of Georgia, takes the oath of office.
The existence of the Irish Free State becomes official with George V as the Free State's monarch.
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