April 1933
America;4/22/1933, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p70
This section offers world news briefs. U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt asked for a law to establish the Tennessee Valley Authority, which will handle the development of the Tennessee Valley and the Muscle Shoals power project. Japanese troops, under Major-General Hejiro Hattori and General Yoshiaki Takata, overpowered Chinese troops at the largest city of Lengkow. The Mendoza plan for peace, drafted by Argentine and Chilean Foreing Ministers, was made public on April 6, 1933.


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