Calendar and Summary for March 1929  
 
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  Events occurring in March 1929 with no specific dates  
   
  The Royal Air Force  
  James L. Garvin, editor of the British newspaper The Observer, commented on the state of the RAF . Garvin wrote “We are relatively weaker than we ever were  … since the Norman Conquest … we are the nation in the whole world most vulnerable to air power.”  
     
  The Jinan Incident  
  The Tanaka cabinet introduced a supplementary bill in the Diet requesting $1,253,000 yen to fund the stationing of troops in Manchuria for an additional two months because of the Jinan Incident.
  Learn more about the Jinan Incident  
 
     
   
     
   
 

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