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  • (Present-Day Pakistan)
    Sunday Jun 2, 1935

    1935 Quetta earthquake

    Largest aftershock

    (Present-Day Pakistan)
    Sunday Jun 2, 1935

    The largest aftershock was later measured at 5.8 Mw  occurring on 2 June 1935. The aftershock, however, did not cause any damage in Quetta, but the towns of Mastung, Maguchar, and Kalat were seriously affected.




  • China
    Monday Jun 10, 1935

    Second Sino-Japanese War

    The He–Umezu Agreement

    China
    Monday Jun 10, 1935

    In 1935, under Japanese pressure, China signed the He–Umezu Agreement, which forbade the KMT from conducting party operations in Hebei.




  • Germany
    Tuesday Jun 18, 1935

    Adolf Hitler

    The happiest day of his life

    Germany
    Tuesday Jun 18, 1935

    The Anglo-German Naval Agreement (AGNA) of 18 June allowed German tonnage to increase to 35 per cent of that of the British navy. Hitler called the signing of the AGNA "the happiest day of his life", believing that the agreement marked the beginning of the Anglo-German alliance he had predicted in Mein Kampf.




  • London, England, United Kingdom
    Tuesday Jun 18, 1935

    World War II

    Anglo-German Naval Agreement

    London, England, United Kingdom
    Tuesday Jun 18, 1935

    United Kingdom made an Anglo-German Naval Agreement regulating the size of Kreigsmarine in to the United Kingdom's Royal Navy.




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