July 6, 2022

Centuries: 19th century - 20th century - 21st century Decades: 1870s - 1880s - 1890s - 1900s - 1910s - 1920s - 1930s - 1940s - 1950s - 1960s years - 1970s Years: 1917 – 1918 – 1919 – 1920 – 1921 – 1922 – 1923 – 1924 – 1925 – 1926 – 1927


Fixed date events

January 25 – The Slovak People's Party submits its first official draft to the National Assembly to enact the autonomy of Slovakia. February 1 - Lithuanian Prime Minister Kazys Grinius resigns. February 2 – The United Party (EP), officially known as the Keresztény-Keresztyén Farmers, Small Farmers and Citizens Party, is created by the merger of the National Small Farmers and Farmers Party led by István Szabó Nagyatád and the governing KNEP. February 3–10 – General miners' strike in Czechoslovakia against wage cuts. March 2 - István Bethlen enacts the new election law by decree, thereby narrowing the number of eligible voters. March 17 – Poland signs friendship treaties with Latvia, Estonia, and Finland for protection against Soviet Russia. April 1 - At the age of only 34, on the island of Madeira, shortly after noon, IV dies of the Spanish flu. King Charles of Hungary. (After Károly's death, the 9-and-a-half-year-old Otto Habsburg became the heir to the throne, who also became the head of the Habsburg dynasty at the age of 18.) April 5 - IV. The funeral of King Károly of Hungary in the Church of Our Lady in Funchal, without the main representatives of the European ruling houses and states, in a narrow circle of local people and close relatives. (The ceremony was celebrated by the local bishop.) April 12 – Relations between Hungary and Finland rise to a diplomatic level. April 16 – The foreign ministers of the Weimar Republic and the Russian Soviet Republic sign the Rapallo Convention on the establishment of diplomatic and commercial relations. The convention was the first official recognition of the Soviet state (Soviet Union from December 30, 1922). April 23 – The Great Turkish National Assembly deprives VI. Sultan Mehmed from his throne. April 28 – Centralist administrative reform in the Kingdom of Serbia-Croatia-Slovenia, which subordinates the created 33 administrative units directly to Belgrade. May 1 – The first Hungarian passion play is organized in Mikófalva. (From Maundy Thursday to September 17, 1922, approximately twenty-five thousand people saw the Passion at twenty-five performances.) May 5 – Decision of the Geneva Convention in the case of Upper Silesia, according to which Poland must deliver coal duty-free to Germany for 3 years. May 20 - Agrarian reform in the Kingdom of Serbia-Croatia-Slovenia. (Large estates over 100–500 hectares are divided – against compensation.) June 1 – The central daily of the Hungarian opposition parties in Czechoslovakia, the Pragai Magyar Hírlap, which is also supported from Hungary, is published. June 5 - Czechoslovakia and the Russian Federation of Soviet Republics sign a temporary treaty on economic relations. June 7 – American warships fire on Samsun in northern Turkey (Turkish War of Independence). June 24 – German Foreign Minister Walther Rathenau is assassinated. July 24 – The uprising in Western Hungary flares up again in Burgenland, led by the Ragged Guard, which takes a much more anti-Horthy stance and Lajtabánság does not back down. July 25 - The Mosonbánfalv clash between the ragtags and the Austrian police units. July 31 – The last Hungarian college in Czechoslovakia, kas