January 1930
America;1/11/1930, Vol. 42 Issue 14, p321
This section offers world news briefs as of January 1930. The All-India National Congress was conducted amid scenes of turbulence in India. Meanwhile, preparations were made for the wedding of Crown Prince Humbert and Princess Marie Jose of Belgium in the Pauline Chapel of the Quirinal Palace in Italy. It adds that negotiations were concluded for a special agreement between Germany and the U.S. for the payment of Germany's reparation debt.


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