1930

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July 6, 2022

Events

January–March

January 1 – Pieksämä was separated from Pieksämäki municipality and Karjaa from Karjaa (rural) municipality as independent townships. January 1 − The railway section between Viipur and Valkjärvi was opened to traffic. January 6 − Saloinen's medieval wooden church burned down during the Epiphany morning service. January 10 - Parliament approved an amendment to the Associations Act, according to which an association that was established to continue the activities of an association that had been dissolved by a court decision could be dissolved without a different decision. January 10 - Puutsaari plane crash: The Finnish Air Force's IL-61 two-seater maritime action plane crashed in Laatokka. January 14 – Communist Ali Höhler shoots SA-Sturmführer Horst Wessel in the head in Berlin. Horst Wessel died of his injuries in hospital on February 23 and was made a martyr of the National Socialists. January 27 - Spanish dictator Miguel Primo de Rivera resigns. January 30 - General Damaso Berenquer became Prime Minister of Spain. February 7 – The CEO of Kansallis-Osake-Panki, J. K. Paasikivi, was the first in independent Finland to receive the title of State Councilor. February 8 - Pope Pius XI condemned the persecution of Christians in the Soviet Union. February 12 − The crown was removed from the coat of arms of Finland by the government's decision. February 18 - Clyde Tombaugh examines photographs taken in January and discovers the first trans-Neptunian object, Pluto. March 2 - Mohandas Gandhi announced to the Viceroy of India that civil disobedience would begin in nine days. March 2 – Five people drowned after a truck carrying the evening audience ran into an ice intake in the Luopioinen Kuohijoki. The eight people in the car were saved. March 12 – Mohandas Gandhi begins a 200-mile protest march to the sea with 78 of his followers to protest the British salt monopoly. Many others joined them before arriving on April 5. March 16 – At a citizens' meeting held in Lapua, the Suomen Lukko organization was founded to lead the fight against communism in Finland. March 28 – The men of the Lapua shop broke into the printing press of Työn Ääni newspaper in Vaasa and broke the typesetting and printing machines. March 28 – Constantinople and Angora changed their names to Istanbul and Ankara. March 29 – Heinrich Brüning was appointed Chancellor of Germany.

April–June

April 22 – The London Naval Treaty is signed between the United Kingdom, Japan, and the United States. May 1 - Aktivisti, the spokesperson for the Lapua movement, began to appear. May 24 - Amy Johnson landed in Darwin, Australia after flying 11,000 miles as the first woman. He took off on the 5th of May. June 1 – The first Finnish submarine Vetehinen was launched in Turku. June 4 - Vaasa riot: The people of Lapua stripped and mugged factor Eino Nieminen in front of the Vaasa town hall during the intermission of the trial concerning the attack on the printing press of the newspaper Työn Ääni. Kirjapaino's lawyer Asser Salo was given a ride to Lapua. June 14 - The government banned the publication of communist newspapers in Finland. June 21 – A year's conscription became compulsory in France. June 22 - Perho air show accident: An airplane that experienced engine failure made a forced landing in the audience in Perho, killing two and injuring nine. June 30 – The occupation of the Rhineland ended. French Foreign Minister André Tardieu had decided on the withdrawal of troops on May 17.

July–September

July 4 - The President of Finland, Lauri Kristian Relander, resigned from Kallio III's government and appointed a government formed by P. E. Svinhufvud of the Coalition. Prime Minister Kyösti Kallio had submitted his resignation despite s