January 23, 2022

Events in Poland

January 2 - the electric railway line Gdańsk Główny-Sopot Kamienny Potok was launched. January 28 - The Archives of New Records started its activity. February 28 - former Gdańsk NSDAP gauleiter and Nazi criminal Albert Forster were executed in the Mokotów prison. March 4 - 9 miners died in an explosion and fire in KWK Pstrowski in Zabrze. March 10 - the SZD-9 Bocian glider test took place. March 14 - premiere of Chopin's Youth directed by Aleksander Ford. 28 March - Zakłady Samochodowe in Jelcz was established. March 29 - The Feature Film Studio was established in Wrocław. April 2 - the first edition of the weekly "Motor" was published. April 5 - a Polish-Soviet agreement was signed to build the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw. April 11 - the Seaport of Elbląg was established. April 16 - General August Emil Fieldorf was sentenced to death by the Provincial Court in Warsaw. April 18 - The Mausoleum of Struggle and Martyrdom in Warsaw was opened. April 21 - the architectural design of the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw (PKiN) was approved. April 24 - Mandatory milk quotas introduced. April 29 - premiere of the film Gromada. May 2: rationing of soap and washing powders was introduced. the construction of the Palace of Culture and Science (PKiN) began. 3rd of May: the first program of Radio Free Europe from Munich in Polish was broadcast. Legionowo obtained city rights. May 8 - Polish bishops, gathered in Krakow, sent a letter to the government of the People's Republic of Poland, protesting against the harassment of the Church and interference in its internal affairs. Criticism was raised against restricting the possibility of publishing Catholic magazines and forcing priests to take oaths of allegiance to the state. May 12 - sugar and sweets rationing was introduced (while allowing free sale of sugar at the so-called commercial prices). May 14 - the "Exemplary Driver" badge was established. June 10 - the Pe-2FT bomber crashed in Poznań. June 27 - the last standard-gauge tram passed through the Main Square in Krakow. 1 July - Gdańsk Shipyard "Remontowa" was established. July 20 - Wawel Kraków defeated Cracovia 5: 1 in the final of the Football Cup of the Young Leaders' Rally, played at the Polish Army Stadium in Warsaw. July 21 - death sentences and life imprisonment were passed in the Stalinist "trial of commanders". July 22 - the so-called Stalinist constitution. Adopted, inter alia, the new name of the state of the People's Republic of Poland, the office of president was abolished, replaced by the Council of State. For the first time in history, Warsaw was made the capital of Poland. September 20 - Polish Radio Lublin was established. September 24 - Polish Radio Rzeszów started broadcasting. September 27 - in Warsaw, Włodzimierz Kiełczewski set a Polish record in the 1500 m race with a score of 3: 52.6 s. October 13 - a representative artistic group of ZHP Gawęda was established. October 25 - at At 7.00 p.m., the experimental television station of the Institute of Telecommunications broadcast the first 30-minute television program (TVP) in Warsaw. October 26 - parliamentary elections took place. November 20: at its inaugural session, the new Sejm elected the composition of the State Council to replace the liquidated presidential office. The current president, Bolesław Bierut, replaced Józef Cyrankiewicz as prime minister. amnesty was announced. November 25 - the Beskidzka GOPR Group was established. December 6 - the ice rink in Nowy Targ was opened with the audience, hockey players from Podhale play on this occasion with Gwardia Kraków, which is won 6-2. December 12 - in Warsaw, a conference of 1500, the so-called patriotic priests. Daily date unknown: A Roman Catholic parish was established in Sośnie.

World events

January 8 - Jo's constitution was adopted

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