Events occurring in 1933 with no dates  
  Inside the Japanese Empire  
  The Army Chemical Warfare School at Narashino was established. The institution was located twenty-one miles east of Tokyo.  The eleven month course ran for twelve years and turned out over 3,300 chemical warfare officers for the Japanese Army.  
   
  The Royal Air Force  
  The Gloster SS.19B fighter (which would become the Gloster Gauntlet, the last open cockpit biplane to serve with the Royal Air Force) made its maiden flight and demonstrated a maximum speed of 346km/h during tests at Martlesham Heath. During the period 1935 to 1937 Gauntlets were the fastest fighters in RAF service.  
     
   
 

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