1934 in Switzerland
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See also: Swiss public order referendum, 1934
The following is a list of events, births, and deaths in 1934 in Switzerland.
- 1933–34 Nationalliga
- FIBT World Championships 1934 took place in Switzerland
- FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1934 took place in Switzerland
- 1934-35 Nationalliga
Events by Month
- January 12-William Tell, a film, is released
- July 14-July 29-Zürich 1934 chess tournament took place
- Via Mala is published
- The Berne Trial is in progress, until 1935
- The Swiss Banking Act of 1934 majorly affects bank secrecy
- Kurt Müller, a sports shooter
- February 11 – Hans Bässler, a fencer
- February 15 – Niklaus Wirth, a computer scientist
- February 18 – Peter Zeindler, journalist, novelist and playwright.
- August 13 – Karl Elsener, a football (association football) goalkeeper (d. July 27 2010)
- October 19 – Ernst Hürlimann, a rower
- November 19 – Paul Glass, an American-Swiss composer
- César Roux, a surgeon
- August 26-Hugh Hamilton, a British racing driver, is killed at the Swiss Grand Prix
- Author, Kolumbus, date of publication, Unknown, "1934 Grand Prix" date accessed June 16 2013. Archived 2013-06-19.
- Author, IMDb, date of publication, Unknown, "Switzerland the Beautiful(1934)" date accessed June 16 2013
- Author, BBC, date published May 21 2013, "Clock ticks on Swiss banking secrecy", date accessed June 16 2013
- "Zeindler Peter" (in German). Solothurn: Stiftung Bibliomedia. Retrieved 27 January 2014.