Między Grabskim a Piłsudskim: rząd Aleksandra hr. Skrzyńskiego w Pamiętnikach Macieja Rataja
Prime Minister Władysław Grabski resigned in November 1925, because of increasing economic crisis. Aleksander Skrzyński became next Prime Minister, and Jerzy Zdziechowski became Minis-ter of Treasury and a leader of polish finances. He decreased fiscal burden, and pursued a policy of drastic savings. Because of this economy politic, in the begging of 1926 Poland managed to start getting out of crisis. Half year later coalition felt apart and Skrzyński resigned, and it was only one week before Piłsudski’s may coup.