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Historical Events for the Year 1969. 5th January » The Troubles: The Royal Ulster Constabulary raid the Bogside area of Derry, damaging property and beating residents. In response, residents erect barricades and establish Free Derry. 12th January » The New York Jets of the American Football League defeat the History of the Baltimore Colts named Baltimore Colts of the National Football League ...


A chain of famous events in 1969 would change the world for the good and bad, leaving its mark in history as one of the most culturally defining years to date. Some of the year’s most notorious events: The first-ever Concorde test flight is conducted in France; 350,000 music fans attend Woodstock; the members of Charles Manson’s cult murder ...


Events. In August, more than half a million people gather in the small, upstate New York town of Bethel (near Woodstock, N.Y.) for four days of rain, sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll.


Jan 27, 2019 - 1969 History, Trivia and Fun Facts Quick Facts from 1969: World Changing Event: Neil A. Armstrong, Command Module pilot Michael Collins, and Lunar Module pilot Edwin “Buzz” E. Aldrin landed in the Sea of Tranquility, on The Moon on July 20, 1969. Other World Changing Event: The Arpanet (first internet) was created. The Top Song…


Apr 10, 2018 - Fun Facts and History - 1969 Year in Review, 1969 Trivia, information and news.


10 Amazing Facts About The Apollo 11 Moon Landing By Benjamin Elisha Sawe on July 17 2019 in Society The first humans to walk on the Earth's Moon landed on July 20, 1969.


What happened on August 1, 1969. Browse historical events, famous birthdays and notable deaths from Aug 1, 1969 or search by date, day or keyword.


Check out these surprising facts you may not know about the first moon landing in 1969. It seems like just yesterday we heard those famous words from Neil Armstrong, “One small step for man, one ...


This year 1969 saw 'The Saturday Evening Post' cease publication. When did it begin? 1877. 1821. 1906. 1912. NEXT> 9. What was the price, approximately, of one gallon of gas? $0.35. $0.40. $0.50. $0.65. NEXT> 10. U.S. Senator Edward (Ted) Kennedy pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of a fatal accident on July 18th. The accident resulted in the ...


On 21 July 1969, Aldrin walked on the moon at 03:15:16 (UTC). The first person to walk on the moon is the Neil Armstrong. He served as the mission commander. Facts about Buzz Aldrin 2: the birthplace. Aldrin was born in a hospital situated between Montclair and Glen Ridge, New Jersey. His birthplace based on his birth certificate is listed on ...