January 19, 2022

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. September 1st: 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. November 21: 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

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