26 Jul 1935

United States
  • A group of anti-Nazi demonstrators boarded the German ship Bremen in New York harbour in eastern United States, tore down the Nazi flag and threw it in the Hudson river. A protest by the German consul was met by US officials declaring that the swastika flag was not the recognised national flag of Germany. ww2dbase [New York | AC]
  • Clifton Cates's promotion to lieutenant colonel was authorized by his superiors. ww2dbase [Clifton Cates | CPC]

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