May 28, 2022

Events in Poland

8 January - the PZL.4 passenger plane was tested. 13 January - sentences in the Brest trial of the Centrolew leaders were announced. January 15 - in an apartment at ul. st. Gertrudy 6 in Krakow, the police detained 38 participants of the communist meeting of child carers and nurses. From among the detained, 12 people were arrested. January 19 - Krakow police arrested two members of the Green Ribbon League, distributing leaflets calling for a boycott of Jewish stores. February 8 - the Polish Vis pistol was patented. February 18 - the beginning of the strike of the miners from Zagłębie Dąbrowskie and Chrzanowski. Four workers were killed in clashes with the police. February 20 - the submarine ORP Żbik entered service. February 25 - the Częstochowa Scientific Society was founded. February - miners' strike in Poland. March 6 - the 2nd International Piano Competition Frederic Chopin. March 11 - the education reform, the so-called Jędrzejewicz reform. March 16 - general strike of 300,000 workers, organized by the Central Commission of Trade Unions. March 17: unemployment benefits were reduced by 38% and the payout period was shortened. 5 people were killed in clashes with the police during the strike in Pabianice. March 23 - Aleksandr Juninskij from the USSR won the 1st Prize of the 2nd International Piano Competition Frederic Chopin. April - strikes of agricultural workers in Poland. April 3 - the National Labor Party was established. April 20 - The Act on private schools and research and educational institutions entered into force. 15th of May: The 3rd Congress of OM TUR began its deliberations in Piotrków. in Pabianice, Jadwiga Wajs set the world record in discus throw with the result of 40.345 m. May 29 - the Radium Institute of Maria Skłodowskiej-Curie, currently the National Oncology Institute Maria Skłodowskiej-Curie - National Research Institute. June 1 - the Pieniny National Park was established. June 3 - RWD-6 aircraft test flight. June 12: in Warsaw, Edward Trojanowski set the Polish record in the 200 m race with a result of 22.0 seconds. in Królewska Huta, Janusz Kusociński set a Polish record in the 1500 m race with a score of 3: 54.0 s. June 14 - there was the so-called the Gdansk crisis, when the destroyer ORP Wicher entered the local port, enforcing the port d'attaché rights for Poland. 18-19 June - XI Polish Women's Athletics Championships. Three victories of Jadwiga Janowska: high - 1.43 m; in the distance - 5.07 m; 5-fight 3559.71 points and the world record of Jadwiga Wajs in a discus throw with the result of 42.43 m. June 21 - The peasant revolt known as the Lesko Uprising begins. June 23 - The Border Guard patrol boat ORP Batory, the oldest surviving Polish ship, entered service. June 29 - Zygmunt Heljasz set the world record in shots in Poznań with the result of 16.05 m. July 9 - the Lesko Uprising was suppressed. July 11 - Makarewicz's code: reform of Polish criminal law (including legalization of homosexual contacts). July 25 - Poland and the USSR signed a non-aggression pact in Moscow. July 31: Janusz Kusociński won in Los Angeles the Olympic gold medal in the 10,000 m race with the result of 30: 11.4 seconds. Gdynia was the first time when the Sea Festival was celebrated. August 7 - the first Polish championship in individual speedway driving took place in Mysłowice. August 10 - the flag is raised on the destroyer ORP Burza. August 11 - the Białowieża National Park was created, known, among others, from the world's largest population of bison in the wild. 17 August - Vilnius-Porubanek Airport was opened. August 28 - victory of Polish pilots Franciszek Żwirko and Stanisław Wigura (International Tourist Aircraft Competition). September 1 - the new Penal Code entered into force. 2 September - a pows ​​strike broke out