On April 22, 1946, US Supreme Court Chief Justice
Harlan Fiske Stone died at the age of 73.
Learn more about the life and career of Chief Justice Stone from the Oyez project at Northwestern University.
On April 22, 1930, the United States, the United
Kingdom, Italy, France, and Japan signed the Treaty for the Limitation
and Reduction of Naval Armament (London Naval Treaty),
which limited the production of warships and limited submarine
warfare. Leading up to World War II, Japan and Italy withdrew from
the treaty, leaving only the U.S., U.K., and France to sign the
London Naval Treaty.