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** Ceylon Workers Congress ( CWC )
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** and Ceylon
** George VI ( King of the United Kingdom and his dominions, of Canada, of South Africa, of Australia, of New Zealand and of Ceylon ) dies aged 56 after a long illness.
** The Japanese Navy launches an air raid on Trincomalee in Ceylon ( Sri Lanka ); the Royal Navy aircraft carrier and Royal Australian Navy destroyer are sunk off the country's East Coast.
** Ceylon becomes the republic of Sri Lanka under prime minister Sirimavo Bandaranaike, when its new constitution is ratified.
** In Ceylon, a group calling themselves the People ’ s Liberation Front begins a rebellion against the Bandaranaike government.
** the Official Language Act No. 33 of 1956 ( Ceylon ), commonly known as the Sinhala Only Act, passed in Ceylon in 1956 to replacing English with Sinhala as the official language of the country
** the Tamil Language ( Special Provisions ) Act No. 28 of 1958 ( Ceylon ) passed in Ceylon in 1958 allows Tamil in education, public service entrance exams and administration in the Northern and Eastern provinces
** 3 ) Assigned as U. S. Political Advisor to General Wheeler, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander to the Southeast Asia Command ( SEAC ), India & Ceylon
** and Workers
** In India, May 1 is declared as ' Maharashtra Divas ', i. e., Maharashtra Day ( also celebrated as ' Kaamgaar Divas ', i. e., Workers Day ).
** While working as a spy for the police, Adolf Hitler is ordered to monitor the German Workers Party.
** The United Farm Workers Organizing Committee ( UFWOC ), predecessor of the United Farm Workers of America ( UFW ), is formed.
** Hungary ( Hungarian Working People's Party ) 1948-1956, ( Hungarian Socialist Workers ' Party ) 1956-1989
** Poland ( Polish United Workers ' Party led the Patriotic Movement for National Rebirth ) 1948-1989
** Arbeiter-und Soldatenräte ( Workers ' and Soldiers ' Councils ) established throughout Germany, beginning in Kiel, during the German Revolution of November 1918, including Bremen, Braunschweig, Würzburg, Munich ( Bavarian Soviet Republic ( 1918 – 1919 )) and Alsace ( Alsace Soviet Republic ( 8 – 22 November 1918 )).
** Finnish Socialist Workers ' Republic ( January – April 1918 ) in the south of Finland only: Social Democratic Party of Finland.