Events occurring on Sunday, December 27, 1936  
  Japan and the International Community  
  The Australian and Japanese governments negotiated a textile trade agreement in response to the Australian tariff increase of May. The Australian government agreed to import as many Japanese textile products up to the 1934 level, while the Japanese pledged to purchase a specified amount of Australian wool.  
   
  Ships Commissioned  
  A ship's commissioning was when the ship was handed over, post fittings and trials, to the end user which, in this case, was a combatant navy.  
  The Soviet submarine ShCh-134 was commissioned.  
     
   
  December 1936 Calendar  
   
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