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                         ヨシダが選んだ「きょうのできごと特集号」
                          (きょうのできごと実績一覧表:Eng&Jpn

                 ウィキペディアからヨシダが選んだ 3月24日のできごと
                           
  Events March  24, Yoshida-selected             
日本語版1934年 - アメリカ議会でフィリピン独立法が可決。」

English Edition:"1934 – United States Congress passes the Tydings–McDuffie Act, allowing the Philippines to become a self-governing commonwealth."
               
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                  "Tydings-McDuffie Act-Encyclopaedia Britannica"
Following the terms of the independence act, Filipinos elected delegates for a constitutional convention on July 10, and Roosevelt approved the Philippine constitution on March 23, 1935. The Commonwealth government, under the presidency of Manuel Quezon, was inaugurated in November of that year. For the next 10 years the Philippines remained U.S. territory. Foreign affairs, defense, and monetary matters remained under U.S. jurisdiction, but all other internal matters were in the hands of the Philippine people. During the Commonwealth period, duties were to be imposed on a graduated scale, but the trade provisions were subsequently amended in 1939 in favour of the Philippines.
 

3月24日
 

March 24

 

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