Events in Poland
1st of January:
Słowiński National Park was created.
premiere of the film Marriage of Reason directed by Stanisław Bareja.
Blachownia, Gogolin, Gozdnica, Jedlicze, Jedlina-Zdrój, Kępice, Kuźnia Raciborska, Łazy, Marki, Ożarów Mazowiecki, Piechowice, Polkowice, Reda, Stąporków, Stronie Śląskie, Tłuszcz, Węgliniec and Ząbki were granted municipal rights.
January 5 - the tower of the town hall in Świdnica collapsed.
January 7 - the premiere of the film Sublokator took place.
January 8 - Zbigniew Cybulski died in an accident at the Wrocław Główny railway station.
January 10 - the premiere of the TV show The Flying Dutchman was released.
19 January - The Grand Theater in Łódź inaugurated its activity.
January 20 - premiere of Where is the Third King.
January 25 - Leonid Teliga left Casablanca on a round-the-world cruise on the Opta yacht.
February 24 - premiere of the film Chudy i inne directed by Henryk Kluby.
March 24 - Chrobry Oak, growing from around 1250 near today's Buczyna Szprotawska nature reserve in Bory Dolnośląskie, was declared a natural monument.
March 27 - premiere of the series Professor Tutka's Club.
April 3 - the first issue of "Wieczor Wrocławia" was released.
April 13 - The first Polish concert of The Rolling Stones took place in Sala Kongresowa in Warsaw.
April 15 - The Gdańsk Shipyard was named after Lenin.
April 25 - premiere of the film Let's Love Mermaids.
May 13 - Nicolaus Copernicus Park in Wrocław was opened.
May 22 - a decision was made to rebuild the Castle of the Princes of Głogów.
June 3 - in Warsaw, sprinter Jan Werner set the European record in the 200 m race with a result of 20.4 seconds.
June 4 - Danuta Sobieska set a Polish record in the 800 m race with a score of 2.05.2 seconds.
June 12 - After the success of the Israeli army in the Six-Day War, the government of the People's Republic of Poland severed diplomatic relations with the Jewish state.
June 19 - During a speech at a trade union congress in Warsaw, Władysław Gomułka called Jews living in Poland "the fifth column".
June 26 - Archbishop Karol Wojtyła was appointed cardinal by Pope Paul VI.
June 27 - in Poznań, Czesława Dominiak set a Polish record in the 400 m race with a result of 54.8 seconds.
July 1 - the production of the San H100 bus started at the Sanok factory.
3 July - Railway disaster near Działdowo.
July 7 - premiere of the film Scourge of God.
August 2 - in Szczecin, Adam Kołodziejczyk set a Polish record in the 110 m run by Lt. result 13.9 s.
August 9 - 7 sailors died on the destroyer ORP Błyskawica after the main steam pipeline burst.
August 18 - premiere of The Murderer Leaves a Trail.
August 23 - a panoramic sea happening by Tadeusz Kantor took place in Łazy.
the Monument to the Silesian Insurgents in Katowice was unveiled.
premiere of the film Westerplatte.
September 6–12 - Charles de Gaulle's visit to Poland.
September 7 - the Elka cable car was launched in the Provincial Park of Culture and Recreation in Katowice and Chorzów.
September 9 - The Monument to the Aviator in Warsaw, reconstructed after the war, was unveiled again.
September 10 - Primate Stefan Wyszyński crowned the painting of Our Lady of Gietrzwałd.
September 15 - the premiere of the film Sami swoi took place.
September 17 - Wilhelm Weistand sets a Polish record in the 400 m race by Lt. result 50.5 s.
September 29 - premiere of the psychological drama Jowita directed by Janusz Morgenstern.
October 5 - premiere of the series Unbelievable Adventures of Marek Piegus.
October 30 - hoisting of the flag on the ORP "Puck" rocket boat.
The Seym passed an act on the universal obligation to defend the People's Republic of Poland.
premiere of the film Paris - Warsaw without a visa.
November 25 - The premiere of Dziady, directed by Kazimierz Dejmek from G