Calendar and Summary for January 1935  
 
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  Summary of Significant Events for January 1935  
   
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  Events occurring in January 1935 with no specific dates  
   
  The Chinese Communists  
  Mao Zedong established his predominance by consolidating political support over the Chinese Communist Party at the conference at Tsun-I, in the southwestern province of Kweichow. Mao continued the Long March by turning north and moving toward northwestern China for the safety of the Soviet border region.  
   
  Ireland Before WW2  
  The Irish and British governments negotiated a trade agreement, focusing on coal and cattle trade. While the new trade agreement allowed Irish farmers to reduce their meat surplus, the tariff war continued between the two countries.  
     
   
     
   
 

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