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Every passing year is full of impactful events and information that leave an imprint on the world. The opportunity to access and research what has happened and how the evolution of our world has come about is an extraordinary commodity. For the year 1992, such impactful events include Japan's apology for forcing Korean woman into sexual slavery during World War II, the ratification of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty by the People's Republic of China, the 1992 Constitution of the Socialist Republic being adopted by the National Assembly of Vietnam, a deal being made in regards to the Free Trade Agreement, the first SMS message being sent over the Vodafone GSM network, and so much more! Each title is available individually, and all are searchable via an interface that allows users to easily view, search, zoom, print and save digital page images.
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A televised recording of President George Bush getting sick and vomiting on Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa's lap during a state dinner in Japan.
The first artist to perform in South Africa following the end of the cultural boycott is Paul Simon.
An apology by Japan is made in regards to forcing Korean woman into sex slavery in World War II.
Diplomatic relations are formed between China and Israel. Read More
An accord is signed between North Korea and the International Atomic Energy Agency implementing international inspections of the nuclear power plants in North Korea.
The European Union is formed upon the signing of the Maastricht Treaty. Read More
The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty is ratified by the People's Republic of China. Read More
The Democratic Party for the presidential election is said to be Bill Clinton following the Super Tuesday voting.
The singing of the Open Skies Treaty establishes a program of 34 member states being observed by surveillance flights.
The first episode of the show Barney and Friends airs on PBS. Read More
The 1992 Constitution of the Socialist Republic is adopted by the National Assembly of Vietnam.
The signing of the Commonwealth of Independent States Collective Security Treaty takes place.
The last episode of the Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson is broadcast on NBC. Read More
The Maastricht Treaty is rejected by Denmark in a national referendum. Read More
The formation of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation occurs. Read More
Plans of restructuring Amoco and Unocal Corporation are predicted to eliminate 10,000 jobs within 2 years.
Al gore is selected by Bill Clinton as his running mate during the presidential elections.
A deal is made between Canada, Mexico, and the United States in regards to the Free Trade Agreement.
The first broadcast of the Cartoon Network takes place. Read More
The United Kingdom's Vodafone GSM network sends the first ever SMS message. Read More
The first of three televised debates between presidential candidates George Bush, Bill Clinton, and Ross Perot is aired.
Dami Mission's prediction of the end of the world does not happen. Read More
An extraordinary level of ozone depletion in the Arctic and Antarctica is reported by the World Meteorological Organization.
Fernando Collor de Mello, the President of Brazil, is charged for stealing more than $32 million from Brazil's government.
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