Centuries: 19th century - 20th century - 21st century
Decades: 1870s - 1880s - 1890s - 1900s - 1910s - 1920s - 1930s - 1940s - 1950s - 1960s years - 1970s
Years: 1916 - 1917 - 1918 - 1919 - 1920 - 1921 - 1922 - 1923 - 1924 - 1925 - 1926
Fixed date events
January 20 - The Czechoslovak Communist Youth Association is formed in Czechoslovakia.
January 21 - The first census in the Kingdom of Serbia-Croatia-Slovenia. (Of the 11.98 million inhabitants, 8.91 million were “Serbo-Croatian”, 1.02 million Slovenian, 2.05 million non-South Slavic, of which 0.47 million were Hungarian; 5.6 million Orthodox, 4.7 million Catholic, 1.3 million Muslims.)
February 2 - The Constituent Assembly convenes in the Kingdom of Serbia-Croatia-Slovenia, in which the Croatian bloc does not participate because it does not recognize the centralist system.
Mihály Károlyi is expelled from Italy at the request of the fascists. (After a few weeks in Austria, he settles in Dalmatia.)
29th President of the United States, Warren G. Harding, is inaugurated.
March 8 - Spanish Prime Minister Eduardo Dato e Iradier is assassinated by anarchist assassins near his house.
March 12-15 - A temporary German section of the Czechoslovak Communist Party is formed in Liberec, formerly Reichenberg, Czechoslovakia.
March 16 - The Kemalist Turkish government and Soviet Russia sign a treaty of friendship. (Under the treaty, Soviet Russia returned to Turkey the territory of Kars and Ardahan, which came to Russia after the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78.)
March 17 - After long debates, the Polish National Assembly adopts the so-called March Constitution. (According to this, the parliament (Sejm) is a bicameral assembly: the National Assembly - the Senate. The term of both chambers is 5 years. The President of the Republic is elected every 7 years. protection of freedom of conscience and religion, the rights of minorities (Belarusians, Ukrainians).
March 18 - Polish-Soviet issues are settled by the peace treaty concluded in Riga, according to which the territories of Western Ukraine and Western Belarus are transferred to Poland. (The peace treaty will also bring about 6 million Ukrainians and 2 million Belarusians to the Polish state. Thus, Poland's eastern border will be about 200 km away from the Curzon line, along the river Zbrucz.)
March 20 - Referendum in Upper Silesia on the affiliation of the area. (40% of voters decide in favor of Poland.)
March 21 - II. Fourth marriage of Sultan Abdul-Medzid to Bihruz Kadin Effendi.
March 27 - IV. Károly tries to recapture the Hungarian throne.
March 30 - Czechoslovakia, the Kingdom of Serbia-Croatia-Slovenia and Romania notify the Hungarian government in a joint list that IV. Károly's departure from Hungary will be forced by military force.
April 5 - IV. Károly leaves Hungary.
April 14 - The Bethlen government is formed.
April 15 - Slovak agricultural workers go on general strike.
April 21 - The first elected national assembly in the country's history is formed in Albania
April 23 - Romania joins Kisantante through its treaty with Czechoslovakia and then with Yugoslavia on June 7.
May 2 - The 3rd Silesian uprising breaks out, accompanied by a general strike. (Bloody fighting between the Germans and the Poles. After the uprising, the League of Nations divided Upper Silesia, at which time Poland