100 Years Ago – 25 January 1922

25 January 1922

It was reported that Warren G. Harding, the President of the United States, was to reject the invitation for the country to be represented at the Genoa Conference.

Trade between Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland was resumed following agreements between the two Governments.

Lord Northcliffe said that after 25 years in India he noticed that there was growing resentment being shown by the Hindu and Muslim populations against the British. He said that the two religions were now working together to oppose the British in a way that they hadn’t previously.