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15 Nov 1935
  • Captain Kikuji Okuda was made the commanding officer of Kamoi. ww2dbase [Main Article | Tabular Record of Movement | CPC]
  • Chuichi Nagumo was promoted to the rank of rear admiral and was placed in command of the First Minelayer Squadron. ww2dbase [Main Article | CPC]
China
  • Admiral Hideho Wada succeeded Vice Admiral Kichijiro Hamada as the commanding officer of the Ryojun Military Port (previously known as Port Arthur; now Lushunkou, Liaoning Province, China), Kwantung Leased Territory in northeastern China. Vice Admiral Chuichi Hara was named Wada's chief of staff. ww2dbase [Main Article | Facility | CPC]
Italy
  • The League of Nations placed economic sanctions on Italy for aggressions against Abyssinia. ww2dbase [Main Article | CPC]
Japan Philippines
  • The Commonwealth of the Philippines was inaugurated. ww2dbase [CPC]
Taiwan
  • Vice Admiral Senzo Wada was named the commanding officer of the Mako naval port at Pescadores islands, Taiwan. ww2dbase [Main Article | CPC]
Photo(s) dated 15 Nov 1935
First inauguration of Philippine Commonwealth President Manuel Quezon, Legislative Building, Manila, Philippine Islands, 15 Nov 1935Manuel Quezon climbing the stairs of Malacañang Palace for the first time as the president, Manila, Philippine Islands, 15 Nov 1935

15 Nov 1935 Interactive Map

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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