Events occurring on Thursday, January 5, 1933  
  The Sino-Japanese Conflict  
  Japanese Ambassador Katsuji Debuchi was instructed by the Japanese government to inform the American government that Japan had no territorial ambition south of the great wall, but Manchukuo was a closed question. Similar instructions were sent to ambassadors in other countries.  
   
  Events in the United States  
  Construction began on the Golden Gate Bridge as workers began excavating 3.25 million cubic feet of dirt for the structure’s huge anchorages. The Bridge now stretches across San Francisco Bay. With its tall towers and famous red-paint, the bridge quickly became a famous American landmark and a symbol of San Francisco, California.  
     
   
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