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7 Jun 1934
  • Nazi Party SA leader Ernst Röhm went on leave upon learning of a potential political attack on him. ww2dbase [CPC]
United Kingdom
  • At a large British Union of Fascists rally, attended by 15,000 people who had come to hear Oswald Mosley speak, including some 2,000 Blackshirts acting as stewards, at the Olympia Stadium in London, England, United Kingdom a couple of thousand communist infiltrators heckled to the point where open mass brawling broke out when hecklers were removed by the stewards. This resulted in such bad publicity that the party lost support from many of its influential supporters, who defected away in protest of Mosley's ever more radical and authoritarian methods. ww2dbase [Oswald Mosley | London, England | AC]
Photo(s) dated 7 Jun 1934
Nagano, Nimitz, and other officers of various countries at Admiral Heihachiro Togo

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