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  Mutiny On The Bounty (1935)
Mutiny on the Bounty (1935) is one of the best nautical adventure films of all time and one of MGM's greatest classics.
The rousing, 18th century story of the Bounty's mutiny, directed by Frank Lloyd, was adapted from the first two volumes of the Charles Nordhoff-James Norman Hall 1932 best seller, The Bounty Trilogy (composed of Mutiny on the Bounty, Men Against the Sea, and Pitcairn Island).
For authenticity, the film was shot on location in the South Pacific's Tahiti, as well as on Catalina Island, Santa Barbara, and in MGM's Culver City studios, over a period of three months.
www.filmsite.org /muti.html   (781 words)

  Social Security Online - HISTORY: Vote tallies on 1935 law
The Administration proposal was transmitted to the Congress on January 17, 1935 and it was introduced that same day in the Senate by Senator Robert Wagner (D-NY) and in the House by Congressman Robert Doughton (D-NC) and David Lewis (D-MD).
During a Ways and Means meeting on March 1, 1935 Congressman Frank Buck (D-CA) made a motion to change the name of the bill to the "Social Security Act of 1935." The motion was carried by a voice vote of the Committee.
After several days of debate, the bill was passed in the House on April 19, 1935 by a vote of 372 yeas, 33 nays, 2 present, and 25 not voting.
www.ssa.gov /history/tally.html   (391 words)

 GLASNOST Berlin - A 1935 US Plan for Invasion of Canada
In February 1935, the War Department arranged a Congressional appropriation of $57 million dollars to build three border air bases for the purposes of pre-emptive surprise attacks on Canadian air fields.
The base in the Great Lakes region was to be camouflaged as a civilian airport and was to "be capable of dominating the industrial heart of Canada, the Ontario Peninsula" from p.
In August 1935, the US held its largest peacetime military manoeuvres in history, with 36,000 troops converging at the Canadian border south of Ottawa, and another 15,000 held in reserve in Pennsylvania.
www.glasnost.de /hist/usa/1935invasion.html   (8882 words)

 Greatest Films of 1935
She invites him into her home and in the memorable scene at the disastrous dinner table, everything goes wrong as it is painfully obvious what her social circumstances really are.
When he perishes on a Bermuda-bound airplane flight, his spirit is allowed to return to the world to atone for his actions, if he can find anyone who mourned his passing.
On the way, he is handcuffed by the spies to a strange woman Pamela (Madeleine Carroll), who at first hates him believing he is a criminal, but ends up in love with him and helping him solve the case.
www.filmsite.org /1935.html   (1852 words)

 Powell's Books - Hemingway's Hurricane: The Great Florida Keys Storm of 1935 by
And yet, through the long Labor Day Weekend of 1935, the superintendents of three government work camps in the Florida Keys, which housed more than 600 World War I veterans building a highway across the islands, did virtually nothing to evacuate the men in their charge.
On Labor Day weekend 1935, the most intense hurricane ever to strike the U.S. took aim on their flimsy shacks, and the two men responsible for evacuating the veterans from harm’s way waited too long.
After coming upon a monument erected in the Florida Keys to honor the victims of the Labor Day hurricane of 1935, he knew this was a story he had to tell.
www.powells.com /biblio/1-0071453326-1   (908 words)

  Timebase Multimedia Chronography(TM) - Timebase 1935
1935 January 4 The German bishops rule that since the main purpose of marriage is procreation, sterilized people may not partake of the sacrament of matrimony (see January 15, 1936).
1935 March 13 German Jews are prohibited from reorienting their lives as artisans with the intent of remaining in the country.
1935 August 20 The Catholic bishops send a lengthy memorandum to Hitler complaining that because of the support and publicity given by the party to Rosenberg's books, the public could only conclude that neopaganism and National Socialism were identical.
www.humanitas-international.org /showcase/chronography/timebase/1935tbse.htm   (3640 words)

 Timeline 1934-1935
1935 Oct 23, Dutch Schultz (33), born as Arthur Flegenheimer, was shot in the men’s room of the Palace Chop House and Tavern in Newark, New Jersey.
1935 Nov 14, King Hussein ibn Talal I of Jordan was born in Amman to Prince Talal bin Abdullah and princess Zein al-Sharaf bint Jamil of the Hashemite dynasty.
1935 The vollum strain of anthrax was 1st isolated from a cow in Oxfordshire, U.K. this was the strain later used on Gruinard Island tests.
www.timelines.ws /20thcent/1934_1935.HTML   (13027 words)

 Telegraph | Opinion
On September 11, 1935, three weeks before Mussolini plunged into Abyssinia, Sam Hoare delivered a resounding speech at Geneva, declaring our unswerving support for the League but making it clear that our undertaking was conditional on other members of the League doing their share.
Acclaimed by the assembly, praised by the British press, and music to the ears of the Liberal and Labour parties, this speech was questioned only by those with the wit to perceive that, if we were to take the lead in sanctions against Italy, then we must be prepared for war.
The crisis in 1935 came closest to where we are now after October 4, when Mussolini launched his attack on Abyssinia.
www.telegraph.co.uk /opinion/main.jhtml?xml=/opinion/2003/02/21/do2101.xml   (1074 words)

 Plymouth cars of 1935 - PJ and others
The 1935 was a solid, good looking car, loosing much of the boxy look of years previous and starting to take on some degree of streamlining.
In the same respect after 1935 there were no exterior dimensional changes and all engines produced until the flat head six was discontinued in late 1959 would swap bolt for bolt into cars back to the '35 model.
Briggs supplied the bodies again for 1935 and of course, they were of all steel construction with a partial exception in the commercial sedan.
www.allpar.com /history/plymouth/1935.html   (3702 words)

 Mandate for Palestine Minutes of the Permanent Mandates Commission/LoN 27th session (18 June 1935)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
of February 27th, 1935, which stated that the proposal for a Legislative Assembly, which the Jews regarded as a danger to the Zionist cause so long as they were in the minority in Palestine, had been safely shelved, so that they had no anxiety on that score for the time being.
He asked whether the number of new municipal councils was still the same as at the beginning of 1935 and whether the Administration was, generally speaking, satisfied with the work of those councils.
M. SAKENOBE said that, on February 26th, 1935, a member of the United Kingdom Parliament had asked for information regarding the circumstances in which certain Zubeidat Arabs had recently been evicted by force from their lands, and an Arab had been killed.
domino.un.org /UNISPAL.NSF/85255e950050831085255e95004fa9c3/ea08ec2300e1e17c052565ef006425ba!OpenDocument   (15850 words)

 USATODAY.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
What became known as the Labor Day hurricane of 1935 cleared every tree and every building off Matecumbe Key, and destroyed the railroad that connected the Florida Keys to the mainland.
The 1935 storm may have been the strongest, but it was far from the deadliest.
After the 1935 storm, Ernest Hemingway visited the Keys and wrote about the destruction in a scathing article titled "Who Killed the Vets" for New Masses magazine and in a letter to his editor, Max Perkins.
www.usatoday.com /weather/wh1935.htm   (456 words)

The crisis in Abyssinia from 1935 to 1936 brought international tension nearer to Europe - the crisis in Abysinnia also drove Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy together for the first time.
When the Italians had invaded in October 1935, the Abyssinians had appealed to the League of Nations for help.
This gave two large areas of Abyssinia to Italy and a gap in the middle of the country - the "corridor of camels" - to the Abyssinians.
www.historylearningsite.co.uk /abyssinia.htm   (865 words)

 Boston Marathon history - Boston Globe
Komonen was the favorite again in 1935, with the Boston Post predicting that he would finish first, Kelley second, and Leslie Pawson, winner of the 1933 race, third.
Komonen, who had been caught in a snowstorm just before the race, ran tired, and dropped out near Wellesley, and Pawson had suffered a stress fracture prior to the race and wasn't fit to run.
Kelley finished the 1935 race before the tape even arrived at the finish line.
www.boston.com /marathon/history/1935.shtml   (937 words)

 Balboa Park, San Diego
The painting of the National Geographic Balloon Explorer II's twelve and one-half mile ascent, November 11, 1935, from the Black Hill in South Dakota on the wall of the south mezzanine lent interest to the actual gondola and instruments immediately beneath.
An article in the American Architect, July 1935, contrasted the romantic beauty of Bertram Goodhue's hallmark California Building with the blunt, austere appearance of the Ford Building.
In 1966, architecture historian James Marston Fitch declared the simplified, curving style, popularized by Norman Bel Geddes and Walter Dorwin Teague in their designs for the 1939 New York World's Fair, was cold and impersonal and suggested the functional and fluid forms of an assembly line, a diesel locomotive, or a motorcar body.
www.sandiegohistory.org /bpbuildings/fordbldg.htm   (4321 words)

 Aaron Stebner's WebLog : Troubleshooting 1935 and 2908 errors during installation
A 1935 error is one of the most common problems that can prevent a user from being able to install the.NET Framework, J# redistributable package, Visual Studio or any other application that uses the Windows Installer MSIAssembly and MSIAssemblyName tables to install assemblies.
In most cases, a 1935 error with HRESULT -2147319761 during installation of the J# redistributable package,.NET Framework or J# redistributable package languages packs, or Visual Studio will require a repair of the highest version of the.NET Framework currently installed on the machine.
In some cases, the 1935 error with HRESULT -2147319761 can be caused by orphaned registry keys from a different version of the.NET Framework, and replacing mscoree.dll or repairing the.NET Framework will not fix the error.
blogs.msdn.com /astebner/archive/2004/11/10/255346.aspx   (4130 words)

 Third Reich 1933-1945 (Germany)
The popular mythology ascribes this to an incident which occurred in New York on 26 July 1935 in which a group of (allegedly Communist) demonstrators attacked the German liner Bremen and threw its Swastika flag in the river.
Personally, I doubt the importance of the incident in German flag history and prefer the explanation which notes that by 1935, [President von] Hindenburg was dead, the Army had come to terms with the Nazis and the German Nationals [Party] had ceased to be an important political factor.
The Nazi flag laws [were] the Law for the Protection of the National Symbols of 19 May 1933, and the Reich Flag Law [Reichsflaggengesetz] of 15th September 1935 (the Nuremberg Flag Law).
flagspot.net /flags/de1935.html   (557 words)

 NAAF Holocaust Project Timeline 1935   (Site not responding. Last check: )
January 13, 1935: Saar votes to return their coal-rich territory to Germany.
January 15, 1935: Saar Region votes for annexation to the Reich.
October 15, 1935: Wilhelm Frick, Minister of the Interior calls for codifying laws that will impose legal restriction of Jews taking part in trade and industry.
www.neveragain.org /tfactg35.htm   (247 words)

 SPOTLIGHT ON HISTORY: Electric lights for Christmas trees grew popular in 1935
It must make a fire marshal shudder to consider it, but for years the sine qua non decoration for a Christmas tree was a burning candle.
All that business about the waxen beauty and the beast of fire was a lead-in to the concept that up-to-the-minute Binghamton 1935 was having none of the old traditions.
Still, 1935 was a Depression year, and no time for overdone decoration.
www.pressconnects.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20051223/NEWS01/512230322/1006   (402 words)

The Labor Day hurricane of September 2, 1935, with winds of 200 mph and a storm tide of 18 feet destroyed everything in its path.
By mid 1935, an estimated fifty million passengers had already taken the 156 mile journey through the Florida Keys.
On September 2, 1935, with a hurricane close by and heading for the Keys, a locomotive and several baggage cars were assembled for the race against time.
thefloridakeys.com /history.htm   (1731 words)

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www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1935.txt   (4525 words)

On March 2, 1935, at about 4 p.m., at Lamar, Missouri, a privately owned plane, being used to drop hand-bills over the city, crashed in the streets with resultant death to two passengers, serious injury to the pilot and the complete destruction of the aircraft.
That Monday in April 1935 the Works Progress Administration was approved by Congress.
As early as 1935, Arthur Aull was writing perceptive comments about the storm which was approaching the Western world.
www.woottons.info /1935.htm   (7590 words)

 1935 Detroit Tigers Statistics and Roster - Baseball-Reference.com
1935 Detroit Tigers Statistics and Roster - Baseball-Reference.com
Franchise Encyclopedia: 1935 Stats (1934/1936) / Schedule / Transactions
Statistics may come from our work, the Baseball Databank, or other sources including SABR.org and RetroSheet.org..
www.baseball-reference.com /teams/DET/1935.shtml   (199 words)

 Photographs from the 1935 Helena, MT Earthquake   (Site not responding. Last check: )
During an aftershock on October 23rd, the chimney on the Quigley home in Helena, Montana, fell through the roof of the home and nearly destroyed all of the furniture in the living room, including an expensive piano.
City Hall was severely damaged in the main shock forcing the Helena fire department and police department into temporary headquarters.
John Powers of Butte, Montana, contributed this cartoon to inspire the people of Helena to meet their problems as their ancestors did during previous disasters.
www.seis.utah.edu /NEHRP_HTM/1935hele/c1935he6.htm   (275 words)

 EVENTS 1935
League Council condemned the unilateral denunciation by Germany of the treaty of Versailles.
1935, by the German Government conflicts with the above principles; (4) That by this unilateral action, the German Government confers upon itself no right; (5) That this unilateral action, by introducing a disturbing element into the international situation, must necessarily appear to 'be a threat to European security;
Britain inquired as to French support "in the event of special measures of a military character being aimed at Great Britain" for participating in economic and financial measures under Art.
www.ibiblio.org /pha/events/1935.html   (7861 words)

 1935 Athletic Index
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In 1935, Frank Wykoff was a 25 year old teacher at Carpinteria Elementary School in Carpentaria, California.
Three time Olympic Gold Champion, and World record holder in the 100 Yard Dash, Frank Wykoff, audaciously declared that track and field sports should be "LEFT TO THE MEN" at a Woman's Athletic Meeting...
frankwykoff.com /1935.htm   (136 words)

 Top Hat (1935)
Top Hat (1935) is one of the great 30s dance musicals, and possibly the best, most characteristic and most profitable Astaire and Rogers musical ever, with wonderful, magical dance and song numbers (with straight-on, full-length views of the dancers without a lot of camera cuts or unusual camera angles).
Some consider it as a glorified re-make of their earlier film The Gay Divorcee (1934), with its familiar story of mistaken identity and a similar cast.
The titles and credits begin with an opening sequence depicting a shiny stage floor and the dancing feet of two dancers, shown from the waist down.
www.filmsite.org /toph.html   (2508 words)

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