Colombia devalued in 1933-34, along with the
Czechoslovakia had a small devaluation in 1933, along with the
United States, and then some deterioration afterwards.
Denmark devalued in 1931, along with Britain.
Egypt devalued in 1931, along with Britain.
Finland followed Britain's lead, devaluing in 1931.
France devalued in 1936.
Greece devalued in 1932.
Hong Kong was probably on a silver-based system along with the
rest of China at this time.
Hungary devalued in 1936.
Italy devalued in 1936.
Japan had a modestly floating currency during the 1920s. In 1930,
it was repegged to gold. This involved a small upward revaluation
of the yen, but as you can see it was quite minor. No particular
ill effects would be expected from such a small adjustment,
especially when offset by the benefits of a gold standard
currency. Japan devalued in December 1931, essentially following
Mexico devalued in 1932.
The Netherlands followed France's example.
New Zealand followed Britain's example.
Norway followed Britain's example.
After repegging to gold in 1925, Poland remained at that parity
throughout the 1930s.
Portugal mostly followed Britain's lead.
Romania devalued in 1935.
South Africa followed Britain's example, not surprisingly.
Spain was all over the map, but had a period of stability in
Straits Settlements (Singapore, Penang and Dinding) followed the
Sweden followed Britain's example.
Switzerland devalued in 1936, along with France.
Turkey remained on a gold standard system at the 1930 parity.
Britain devalued in September 1931. Because the British Pound was
the premier international currency of that time, many other
countries followed alongside, which kept their exchange rates with
the pound stable. Unlike the U.S. example, the pound was not
repegged to gold at the devalued rate, but floated gently for a
few years. By the latter 1930s, enthusiasm for funny money had
worn off, however, and Britain eased into a loose gold standard
system again, mostly following the U.S.'s lead here.
The dollar was devalued in 1933, steadily throughout the year, and
repegged to gold at $35/oz. at the beginning of 1934.
Venezuela devalued in 1932.