1922

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January 24, 2022

1922 (MCMXXII) was a year that, according to the Gregorian calendar, began on Sunday.

Events

Czechoslovakia On January 1, Greater Prague was established: Smíchov, Nusle, Košíře, Karlín, Liboc, Vokovice, Dejvice, Břevnov, Královské Vinohrady, Žižkov, On September 8, the FC Baník Ostrava football club was founded, the original name was SK Slezská Ostrava October 7 - President of the Republic Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk appoints the 6th Czechoslovak (1st Švehl) government On February 28, Egypt declared independence The International Union of Railways was founded on October 17. On March 28, after marching on Rome, Benito Mussolini took over the government in Italy November 20 - A peace conference is launched in Lausanne to conclude peace talks between Greece and Turkey. November 22 - Pharaoh Tutankhamun's tomb is opened in Egypt. On 6 December, the Republic of Ireland received international recognition On February 6, he was elected the new Pope Pius XI. The Soviet Union was formed on December 30 (1991) Establishment of the Anarchist International Workers' Association On November 1, the Ottoman Empire was formally abolished

Science and art

The literary group issued a manifesto founded the British Broadcasting Company Oriental Institute founded in Prague The first radio station in the USSR with an output of 12 kW. The first radio broadcast in Prague and Brno for the needs of the postal administration. October 2 - In Hukvaldy, Janáček completed the score of the 2nd act of the opera The Adventures of the Cunning Fox October 23 - American dancer Isadora Duncan is banned from performing in Boston because she danced in a transparent costume and praised the USSR government. November 23 - English archaeologist and Egyptologist Howard Carter continues to uncover Tutankhamun's tomb in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor. He found a golden mask in the second room

Nobel Prize

for Literature: Jacinto Benavente (Spain) for medicine: not awarded this year for Physics: Niels Bohr (Denmark) - for his contributions to research into the structure of the atom and atomic radiation for chemistry: Frederick Soddy - work in radioactivity research and Francis William Aston - isotope research for peace: Fridtjof Nansen (Norway) - polar researcher, oceanographer and diplomat

Birth

Česko

January 02 - Marie Bayer, philosopher, translator († January 31, 1997) January 05 - Alois Grebeníček, Communist Investigator († July 27, 2003) January 06 - Jiří Klikorka, chemist († December 7, 2011) January 12 - Josef Veverka, Moravian winemaker and breeder († October 21, 2006) January 13 - Bohumír Matal, painter († July 7, 1988) January 14 Bohumil Vančura, Czech painter, graphic artist, typographer and illustrator († October 27, 2013) Děvana Mírová, ceramicist († 2003) January 16 - Václav Červinka, canon of the cathedral chapter at St. Štěpán in Litoměřice († May 15, 2007) January 17 - Stěpan Vajda, Czechoslovak officer, holder of the title Hero of the Soviet Union († April 6, 1945) January 18 - Milan Jungmann, literary critic and translator († January 27, 2012) January 19 Bohumil Soudský, archaeologist († January 15, 1976) Taťjana Hašková, translator († March 4, 1985) 20th January Miloš Bobocký, Czechoslovak basketball player († March 5, 2016) Václav Kotva, actor († November 2, 2004) January 23 - René Roubíček, glass artist († April 29, 2018) January 26 - Josef Toms, Czechoslovak basketball player († April 6, 2016) January 28 - Otakar Lobkowicz, Czech nobleman († 1995) January 30 - Vladimír Janoušek, sculptor and painter († September 8, 1986) January 31 - Jaroslav Klemeš, a member of the Platinum-Pewter parachute parachute († August 7, 2017) February 5 - Jan Plovajko, Colonel, War Veteran († October 28, 2010) February 7 - Jan Skácel, poet, novelist and author of poetry for children († November 7, 1989)

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