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Year 1960 (MCMLX) was a leap year starting on Friday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. It was the first year of the 1960s and is also known as the "Year of Africa".

Events[]

January[]

  • January – The state of emergency is lifted in Kenya, officially ending the Mau Mau Uprising.
  • January 1Cameroon gains its independence from French-administered U.N. trusteeship.
  • January 2U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy (D-MA) announces his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination.
  • January 9January 11Aswan High Dam construction begins in Egypt.
  • January 10 – British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan makes the Wind of Change speech for the first time (see February 3).
  • January 14 – The Reserve Bank and Commonwealth Bank are created in Australia.
  • January 19 – The Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the United States and Japan is signed in Washington, D.C.
  • January 21 – A mine collapses at Coalbrook, South Africa, killing 500 miners.
  • January 22
    • In France, President Charles de Gaulle fires Jacques Massu, the commander-in-chief of the French troops in Algeria.
    • Jacques Piccard and Don Walsh descend into the Mariana Trench in the bathyscaphe Trieste, reaching the depth of 10,911 meters (35,797 feet) and become the first human beings to reach the lowest spot on Earth.
  • January 24 – A major insurrection occurs in Algiers against French colonial policy.
  • January 25 – In Washington, D.C., the National Association of Broadcasters reacts to the payola scandal by threatening fines for any disc jockeys who accepted money for playing particular records.
  • January 30 – The African National Party is founded in Chad, through the merger of traditionalist parties.

February[]

  • February 1 – In Greensboro, North Carolina, four black students from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University begin a sit-in at a segregated Woolworth's lunch counter. Although they are refused service, they are allowed to stay at the counter. The event triggers many similar nonviolent protests throughout the Southern United States, and six months later the original four protesters are served lunch at the same counter.

A section of lunch counter from the Greensboro, North Carolina Woolworth's where the Greensboro sit-ins began is now preserved in the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American History

  • February 3Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Harold Macmillan makes the Wind of Change speech to the South African Parliament in Cape Town (although he had first made the speech, to little publicity, in Accra, Gold Coast – now Ghana – on January 10).
  • February 5 – The first CERN particle accelerator becomes operational in Geneva, Switzerland.
  • February 9
    • Joanne Woodward receives the first star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Southern California.
    • Adolph Coors III, the chairman of the board of the Coors Brewing Company, is kidnapped, and his captors demand a ransom of $500,000. Coors was later found murdered, and Joseph Corbett, Jr., is indicted for the crime.
  • February 10 – A conference about the proposed independence of the Belgian Congo begins in Brussels, Belgium.
  • February 11
    • The N class blimp ZPG-3W of the U.S. Navy is destroyed during a storm over Massachusetts.
    • Twelve Indian soldiers die in clashes with Red Chinese troops along their small common border.
  • February 13 – France tests its first atomic bomb - in the Sahara Desert of Algeria.
  • February 18 – The 1960 Winter Olympic Games begin at the Squaw Valley Ski Resort, in Placer County, California.
  • February 26 – A New York bound Alitalia airliner crashes into a cemetery at Shannon, Ireland, shortly after takeoff, killing 34 of the 52 persons on board.
  • February 29 – The 1960 Agadir earthquake completely destroys the town of Agadir, Morocco.

March[]

  • March 3Elvis Presley returns home from Germany, after being away on duty for 2 years.
  • March 5Alberto Korda takes his iconic photograph of Che Guevara, Guerrillero Heroico, in Havana.
  • March 6
    • Vietnam War: The United States announces that 3,500 American soldiers will be sent to Vietnam.
    • The Canton of Geneva in Switzerland gives women the right to vote.
  • March 17Northwest Airlines Flight 710 crashes near Tell City, Indiana, killing all 63 on board.
  • March 21 – The Sharpeville massacre in South Africa results in more than 69 dead, 300 injured.
  • March 22Arthur Leonard Schawlow & Charles Hard Townes receive the first patent for a laser.
  • March 23 – Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev meets French president Charles de Gaulle in Paris.
  • March 29Tom Pillibi by Jacqueline Boyer (music by André Popp, text by Pierre Cour) wins the Eurovision Song Contest 1960 for France.

April[]

  • April 1
    • Tuanku Abdul Rahman ibni Almarhum Tuanku Muhammad, 1st Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia, dies in office. He is replaced by Hisamuddin Alam Shah ibni Almarhum Sultan Alaeddin Sulaiman Shah, Sultan of Selangor.
File:Tiros satellite navitar.jpg

Tiros I prototype on display at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.

  • April 4
    • At the 32nd Academy Awards ceremony, Ben-Hur wins a record number of Oscars, including Best Picture.
    • Elvis Presley's song "Are You Lonesome Tonight" is recorded for the first time
  • April 12 – Eric Peugeot, the youngest son of the founder of the Peugeot Corporation, is kidnapped in Paris. Then, he is released on April 15 in exchange for $300,000 in ransom.
  • April 13
    • United States launches navigation satellite Transit I-b.
    • The proposed mass-production of the Blue Streak missile is canceled.
  • April 16 – The gunman David Pratt shoots South African Prime Minister Henrik Verwoerd in Johannesburg, wounding him seriously.
  • April 17Russwood Park, a baseball stadium in Memphis, Tennessee, burns to the ground from a fire shortly after a Chicago White Sox versus Cleveland Indians Major League Baseball game.
  • April 19April Revolution: South Korean students hold a nationwide pro-democracy protest against President Syngman Rhee. Thus eventually leads him to resign from that office.
  • April 21 – In Brazil, the country's capital (Federal District) is relocated from the city of Rio de Janeiro to the new city, Brasília, in the highlands. The actual city of Rio de Janeiro becomes the State of Guanabara.
  • April 27Togo gains independence from France, with the French-administered United Nations Trust Territory being terminated.

May[]

Francis Gary Powers wearing special pressure suit for stratospheric flying

    • Several Soviet surface-to-air missiles shoot down an American Lockheed U-2 spy plane. Its pilot, Francis Gary Powers, of the Central Intelligence Agency is captured.
    • In India, May 1 is declared as 'Maharashtra Divas', i.e., Maharashtra Day (also celebrated as 'Kaamgaar Divas', i.e., Workers Day).
  • May 3
    • European Free Trade Association (EFTA) established.
    • The Fantasticks, the world's longest-running musical, opens at New York City's Sullivan Street Playhouse where it will play for 42 years.
  • May 4
    • West German refugee minister Theodor Oberländer is fired because of his past with Nazi Germany.
    • A.J. Liebling promulgates Liebling's Law in The New Yorker magazine: "Freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own one."
  • May 6President of the United States Dwight D. Eisenhower signs the Civil Rights Act of 1960 into law.
  • May 9 – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announces that it will approve birth control as an additional indication for Searle's Enovid, making it the world's first approved oral contraceptive pill.
  • May 10 – The nuclear submarine USS Triton, under the command of Captain Edward L. Beach, Jr., completes the first underwater circumnavigation of the Earth codenamed Operation Sandblast.
  • May 11 – In Buenos Aires, four Mossad agents abduct the fugitive Nazi criminal against humanity, Adolf Eichmann, in order that he could be taken to Israel and put on trial. Eichmann was later convicted and executed.
  • May 13 – A joint Swiss & Austrian expedition makes the first ascent of the Asian mountain, Dhaulagiri, the world's 7th highest mountain.
  • May 14 – The Kenyan African National Congress Party is founded in Kenya, when 3 political parties join forces.
  • May 15 – The satellite Sputnik 4 is launched into orbit by the Soviet Union.
  • May 16
    • Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev demands an apology from President Dwight D. Eisenhower for the U-2 reconnaissance plane flights over the Soviet Union, thus aborting the summit meeting scheduled for Paris in 1960.
    • Theodore Maiman operates the first laser.
  • May 20 – In Japan, police carry away socialist members of the Diet of Japan. The Diet next approves a mutual security treaty with the United States.
  • May 22 – The Great Chilean Earthquake: Chile's subduction fault ruptures from Talcahuano to Taitao Peninsula, causing the most powerful earthquake on record (with a magnitude of 9.5) and a tsunami. Because of its power, the seismographs in the city of Valdivia are overloaded and malfunction through the entire earthquake.
  • May 23Prime Minister of Israel David Ben-Gurion announces that Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann has been captured.
  • May 27 – In Turkey, a bloodless military coup d'état removes President Celal Bayar and installs General Cemal Gürsel the as head of state.
  • May 30Cemal Gürsel forms the new government of Turkey (its 24th government, composed mostly of so-called "technocrats")

June[]

  • June 1 – New Zealand's first television station begins broadcasting in the city of Auckland.
  • June 7U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy wins the California Democratic primary.
  • June 9Typhoon Mary kills 1,600 people in China.
  • June 15
    • Violent demonstrations at Tokyo University result in 182 arrests, 589 injuries.
    • The BC Ferries company, later to become the second-largest ferry operator in th world, commences service between Tsawwassen and Swartz Bay, British Columbia, Canada.
  • June 19 – The Associated Broadcasting Company (now TV5) is founded in the Philippines.
  • June 20 – The short-lived Mali Federation, consisting of the Sudanese Republic (now the Republic of Mali) and Senegal, gains independence from France.
  • June 23 – The Japanese prime minister, Nobusuke Kishi, announces his resignation.
  • June 24Joseph Kasavubu is elected as the first President of the independent Congo.
  • June 26
    • British Somaliland receives its independence from the United Kingdom. Five days later, it unites with Somalia (the former Italian Somaliland) to create the Somalia.
    • The Malagasy Republic, now Madagascar, becomes independent from France
  • June 30
    • The Belgian Congo receives its independence from Belgium as the Republic of the Congo (Léopoldville). A civil war followed closely on the heels of this.
    • Public demonstrations by democratic and left forces, against Italian government support of the post-fascist Italian Social Movement, are heavily suppressed by police.

July[]

  • July 1
    • Ghana becomes a republic and Kwame Nkrumah becomes its first President.
    • Cold War: A Soviet Air Force MiG-19 fighter plane flying north of Murmansk, Russia, over the Barents Sea shoots down a six-man RB-47 Stratojet reconnaissance plane of the U.S. Air Force. Four of the U.S. Air Force officers are killed, and the two survivors are held prisoner in the Soviet Union
    • Italian Somaliland gains its independence from Italy, 5 days after British Somaliland, with which it unites to form the Somali Republic.
  • July 4 – Following the admission of the State of Hawaii as the 50th state in August 1959, the new 50-star Flag of the United States is first officially flown over Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • July 10 – The Soviet Union national football team defeats the Yugoslavian national football team 2–1 in Paris to win the first European Soccer Championship.
  • July 11
    • Moise Tshombe declares the Congolese province of Katanga independent. He requests and receives help from Belgium.
    • Harper Lee publishes her novel To Kill a Mockingbird, which later wins the Pulitzer Prize for the best American novel of 1960.
  • July 13 – The U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy is nominated for President of the United States at

the 1960 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles.

  • July 14 – The United Nations Security Council decides to send troops to Katanga to oversee the withdrawal of Belgian troops.
  • July 20Ceylon elects Mrs Sirimavo Bandaranaike as its Prime Minister, the world's first elected female head of government. She takes office the following day.
  • July 21Francis Chichester, English navigator and yachtsman, arrives at New York City aboard his yacht, Gypsy Moth II, crossing the Atlantic Ocean solo in a new record of just forty days.
  • July 25The Woolworth Company's lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina, the location of a sit-in that had sparked demonstrations by Negroes across the Southern United States, serves a meal to its first black customer.
  • July 25July 28 – In Chicago, the 1960 Republican National Convention nominates Vice-President Richard Nixon as its candidate for President of the United States, and Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., as its candidate to become the new Vice-President.

August[]

  • August 1Dahomey, now known as Benin, becomes independent from France.
  • August 3Niger becomes independent from France.
  • August 5Upper Volta, now known as Burkina Faso, becomes independent from France.
  • August 6
    • Cuban Revolution: In response to a United States embargo against Cuba, Fidel Castro nationalizes all American and foreign-owned property in Cuba.
    • In the Republic of the Congo (Léopoldville), now the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Albert Kalonji declares the independence of the "Autonomous State of South Kasai".
  • August 7 – The Côte d'Ivoire (the Ivory Coast) becomes independent from France.
  • August 11Chad becomes independent from France.
  • August 13Ubangi-Shari becomes independent from France, as the "Central African Republic". It later becomes the "Central African Empire" for some years.
  • August 15Middle Congo becomes independent from France, as Republic of Congo (Congo-Brazzaville).
  • August 16
    • Joseph Kittinger parachutes from a balloon over New Mexico at an aititude of about 102,800 feet (31,333 meters). Kittinger set unbeaten (as of 2012) world records for: high-altitude jump; free-fall by falling 16.0 miles (25.7 kilometers) before opening his parachute; and the fastest speed attained by a human being without mechanical or chemical assistance, about 982 k.p.h (614 m.p.h.). Kittinger survived more or less uninjured, and he is still alive in Florida as of 2012.
    • The Mediterranean island of Cyprus receives its independence from the United Kingdom.
  • August 17
    • The newly-named band, the Beatles begin a 48-night series of performances at the Indra Club in Hamburg, Germany.
    • Gabon becomes independent from France.
    • The trial of the American U - 2 pilot Francis Gary Powers begins in Moscow.
  • August 19
    • Cold War: In Moscow, the American U - 2 pilot Francis Gary Powers is sentenced to 10 years in prison for espionage.
    • Sputnik program: The Soviet Union launches the satellite Sputnik 5, with the dogs Belka and Strelka (the Russian for "Squirrel" and "Little Arrow"), 40 mice, two rats and a variety of plants. This satellite returns to earth the next day and all animals are recovered safely.
  • August 20Senegal breaks away from the Mali Federation, declaring its independence.
  • August 25
    • The 1960 Summer Olympic Games begin in Rome.
    • The American nuclear submarine USS Seadragon (SSN-584) surfaced through the arctic ice cap at the North Pole, the first submarine ever to do so.
  • August 29Hurricane Donna kills 50 people in Florida and New England.

September[]

  • September 1
    • Sultan Hisamuddin Alam Shah, Sultan of Selangor and 2nd Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia, dies in office. He is replaced by Tuanku Syed Putra, Raja of Perlis.
    • Disgruntled railroad workers effectively halt operations of the Pennsylvania Railroad, marking the first shutdown in the company's history (the event lasts two days).
  • September 2 – The first elections of the Parliament of the Central Tibetan Administration are held. The Tibetan community observes this date as Democracy Day.
  • September 5
    • 1960 Summer Olympic Games: Cassius Clay wins the gold medal in light-heavyweight boxing.
    • The Congolese president, Joseph Kasavubu, fires Patrice Lumumba's entire government, and also places Lumumba under house arrest.
  • September 6William Hamilton Martin and Bernon F. Mitchell, two American cryptologists, announce their defection to the Soviet Union at a press conference in Moscow.
  • September 8 – In Huntsville, Alabama, U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower formally dedicates the Marshall Space Flight Center (which had been activated by NASA on July 1).
  • September 14
  • September 22Mali, the sole remaining member of the "Mali Federation" following the withdrawal of Senegal one month earlier, declares its full independence as the Republic of Mali.
  • September 26 – The leading candidates for President of the United States, Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy, made the first televised debate.

October[]

  • October 1Nigeria becomes independent from United Kingdom, and Nnamdi Azikiwe becomes its first native-born Governor General.
    • Cameroon declared independence from United Kingdom.
  • October 3Jânio Quadros is elected the President of Brazil for a five-year term.
  • October 5 – White South Africans vote to make the country a republic.
  • October 7Nigeria becomes the 99th member of the United Nations.
  • October 12
    • Cold War: Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev pounds his shoe on a table at a meeting of the United Nations General Assembly, his way of protesting the discussion of the Soviet Union's policies toward Eastern Europe.
    • Otoya Yamaguchi assassinates Inejiro Asanuma, the chairman of the Japanese Socialist Party.
  • October 13 – The Pittsburgh Pirates won the 1960 World Series of baseball in Game 7, on a home run hit by Bill Mazeroski for a 10–9 victory over the New York Yankees. It was the first time in the history of the Series that a homer had won the championship.[2]
  • October 14Presidential candidate John F. Kennedy first suggests the idea for the Peace Corps of the United States.
  • October 24 – A large rocket explodes on the launch pad at the Baikonur Cosmodrome, killing at least 90 people of the Soviet space program.
  • October 26Robert F. Kennedy telephones Coretta Scott King, the wife of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and he also secures King's release from jail regarding a traffic violation in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S..
  • October 29 – In Louisville, Kentucky, Cassius Clay (later Muhammad Ali) wins his first professional boxing match.
  • October 30 – Dr. Michael Woodruff carries out the first successful kidney transplant in the United Kingdom, in Edinburgh, Scotland, at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.

November[]

November 15: Polaris missile test

December[]

  • December – African and Malagasy Organisation for Economic Cooperation (OAMCE) (Organisation Africain et Malagache de Coopération Économique) is established.
  • December 1
    • Patrice Lumumba, the deposed premier of the Republic of the Congo, is arrested by the troops of Colonel Joseph Mobutu.
    • A Soviet satellite containing live animals and plants is launched into orbit. Due to a malfunction it burns up during re-entry.
  • December 2
    • The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev. Geoffrey Francis Fisher, talks with Pope John XXIII for about one hour in Vatican City. This is the first time that any chief of the Anglican Church had ever visited the Pope.
    • U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower authorizes the use of $1.0 million for the relief and resettlement of Cuban refugees, who had been arriving in Florida at the rate of about 1,000 per week.
  • December 4 – The admission of Mauritania to the United Nations vetoed by the Soviet Union for inscrutable reasons.
  • December 5
    • Pierre Lagaillarde, who led the insurrections in 1958 and 1960 in Algeria, fails to appear in court in Paris, France. He had reportedly fled with his four fellow defendants to Spain en route to return to Algeria.
    • Boynton v. Virginia: The Supreme Court declares that segregation in public transportation is illegal in the United States.
  • December 7 – The United Nations Security Council is called into session by the Soviet Union in order to consider Soviet demands for the Security Council to seek the immediate release of the former Congolese Premier Patrice Lumumba.
  • December 8 – For the first time, the Mary Martin Peter Pan is presented as a stand-alone two-hour special on NBC instead of as part of an anthology series. This version, rather than being presented live, is shown on videotape, enabling NBC to repeat it as often as they wish without having to restage it. Although nearly all of the adult actors repeat their original Broadway roles, all of the original children have, ironically, outgrown their roles and are replaced by new actors.
  • December 9
    • French President Charles de Gaulle's visit to Algeria is bloodied by European and Muslim rioters in Algeria's largest cities. These riots caused 127 deaths.
    • The first episode of the classic British TV series Coronation Street is broadcast. Planned as a 13-part drama, it becomes such a success among viewers that it is still shown five times per week.
  • December 11 – MGM's The Wizard of Oz is rerun on CBS only a year after its previous telecast, thus beginning the tradition of annual telecasts of the film.
  • December 12 – The Supreme Court of the United States upholds a lower Federal Court ruling that the State of Louisiana's laws on racial segregation laws are unconstitutional, and overturns them.
  • December 13
    • While Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia visits Brazil, his Imperial Bodyguard leads a military coup against his rule, proclaiming that the emperor's son, Crown Prince Asfa Wossen, is the new emperor.
    • The countries of El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua announce the formation of the Central American Common Market.
    • The U.S. Navy's Commander Leroy Heath (the pilot) and Lieutenant Larry Monroe (the bombardier/navigator) establish a world flight-altitude record of 91,450 feet (27,874 m), with payload, in an A-5 Vigilante twinjet bomber carrying a 1,000 kilogram payload, and they better the previous world record by over four miles (6 km).
  • December 14Antoine Gizenga proclaims in Republic of the Congo, that he has taken over as the premier.
  • December 15
    • King Mahendra of Nepal deposes the democratic government there and he takes direct control himself.
    • King Baudouin of Belgium marries Doña Fabiola de Mora y Aragon.
  • December 16
    • Secretary of State Christian Herter announces that the United States will commit five nuclear submarines and eighty Polaris missiles to the defense of the NATO countries by the end of 1963.
    • New York air disaster: a United Airlines DC-8 collides in mid-air with a TWA Lockheed Constellation over Staten Island in New York City. All 128 passengers and crewmembers on the two airliners, and six people on the ground, are killed.
  • December 17 – Troops loyal to Emperor Haile Selassie I in Ethiopia overcome the coup that began on December 13, returning the reins to the Emperor upon his return from a trip to Brazil. The Emperor absolves his own son of any guilt.
  • December 19 – Fire sweeps through the USS Constellation, to become the U.S. Navy's largest aircraft carrier, while she is under construction at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. 50 workers are killed and 150 are injured.
  • December 27 – France sets off its third A-bomb test at its nuclear weapons testing range near Reggane, Algeria.
  • December 31 – Last day on which the farthing, a coin first minted in England in the 13th century, is legal tender in the United Kingdom.

Ongoing events[]

  • Beginning in 1959, Argentina suffers economic recession.

World population[]

  • World population: 3,021,475,001
    • Africa: 277,398,000
    • Asia: 1,701,336,000
    • Europe: 604,401,000
    • Latin-America: 218,300,000
    • Northern America: 204,152,000
    • Oceania: 15,888,000

Births[]

January–February[]

  • January 2Naoki Urasawa, Japanese manga author and artist
  • January 4
    • Michael Stipe, American rock singer (R.E.M.)
    • Art Paul Schlosser, American comedian,singer and song writer
  • January 6
    • Kari Jalonen, Finnish ice hockey player
    • Howie Long, American football player
    • Miriam O'Callaghan, Irish television current affairs broadcaster
  • January 10
    • Samira Said, Moroccan singer
    • Brian Cowen, Taoiseach of Ireland
  • January 12
    • Oliver Platt, Canadian actor
    • Dominique Wilkins, American basketball player
  • January 13Kevin Anderson, American actor
  • January 20Will Wright, American computer game designer
  • January 21 - Toxey Haas, American entrepreneur, founder of Haas Outdoors, Inc.
  • January 22Michael Hutchence, Australian rock musician (INXS) (d. 1997)
  • January 23Patrick de Gayardon, French skydiver and skysurfing pioneer (d. 1998)
  • January 24
    • Rick Leventhal, American news journalist
    • Mária Bajzek Lukács Hungarian Slovene writer, adjunct of the University ELTE
  • January 28Robert von Dassanowsky, American cultural historian, writer, and producer
  • January 29
    • Greg Louganis, American diver
    • Gia Carangi, American model (d. 1986)
    • Sean Kerly, British field hockey player
  • January 30Alex Titomirov Russian-American businessman
  • February 2Jari Porttila, Finnish sports journalist
  • February 3
    • Kerry Von Erich, American professional wrestler (d. 1993)
    • Joachim Löw, German football manager
  • February 7James Spader, American actor
  • February 13
    • Pierluigi Collina, Italian football (soccer) referee
    • Gary Patterson, American football coach
  • February 14Jim Kelly, American football player
  • February 16Cherie Chung, Hong Kong actress
  • February 18Tony Anselmo, American animator
  • February 19Prince Andrew, Duke of York, British prince and second son of Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh
  • February 21
    • Henry G. Brinton, American writer and minister
    • Laurent Petitguillaume, French radio and television host
  • February 23Naruhito, Crown Prince of Japan
  • February 27Andrés Gómez, Ecuadorian tennis player
  • February 28Dorothy Stratten, Canadian model and actress (d. 1980)
  • February 29Richard Ramirez, American serial killer

March–April[]

  • March 2Hector Calma Filipino basketball player
  • March 4
    • Mikko Kuustonen, Finnish singer and songwriter
    • John Mugabi, Ugandan boxer and world Junior Middleweight champion
  • March 7
    • Joe Carter, American baseball player
    • Ivan Lendl, Czech tennis player
  • March 8Finn Carter, American actress
  • March 10Anne MacKenzie, Scottish broadcaster
  • March 12Minoru Niihara, Japanese singer (Loudness)
  • March 13
    • Adam Clayton, Irish rock bassist (U2)
    • Joe Ranft, American animator (d. 2005)
  • March 14Kirby Puckett, American baseball player (d. 2006)
  • March 16Jenny Eclair, British comedian, actress and novelist
  • March 18Richard Biggs, American actor (d. 2004)
  • March 19Simo Aalto, Finnish magician
  • March 20Norm Magnusson, American artist
  • March 21Ayrton Senna, Brazilian race car driver (d. 1994)
  • March 23Nicol Stephen, Scottish politician
  • March 24
    • Jan Berglin, Swedish cartoonist
    • Nena, German singer
  • March 26Marcus Allen, American football player
  • March 27
    • Hans Pflügler, German footballer
    • Renato Russo, Brazilian singer (Legião Urbana) (d. 1996)
  • March 29Hiromi Tsuru, Japanese voice actress
  • April 1Michael Praed, British actor
  • April 2Linford Christie, British athlete
  • April 3Elizabeth Gracen, American beauty queen, actress, and model
  • April 4Hugo Weaving, Australian actor
  • April 11Jeremy Clarkson, English journalist and television show host
  • April 13Rudi Voller, German footballer and manager
  • April 14Brad Garrett, American actor
  • April 15Susanne Bier, Danish film director
  • April 16
    • Pierre Littbarski, German footballer and coach
    • Rafael Benítez, Spanish football manager
    • Wahab Akbar, Filipino politician (d. 2007)
  • April 18Neo Rauch, German painter
  • April 19Frank Viola, American baseball player
  • April 22Tatiana Thumbtzen, American actress, model and dancer
  • April 23
    • Valerie Bertinelli, American actress
    • Steve Clark, English guitarist (Def Leppard) (d. 1991)
    • David Gedge, English musician (The Wedding Present and Cinerama)
    • Claude Julien, Canadian ice hockey coach
  • April 25Michael Lohan, American stockbroker and reality television star, father of Lindsay Lohan
  • April 28
    • John Cerutti, American baseball player and announcer (d. 2004)
    • Ian Rankin, Scottish crime novelist

May–June[]

  • May 2Gjorge Ivanov, President of Macedonia
  • May 3Amy Steel, American film actress
  • May 4
    • Andrew Denton, Australian television presenter and comedian
    • Werner Faymann, Chancellor of Austria
  • May 6Roma Downey, Irish-born actress, producer and wife of Mark Burnett
  • May 7Adam Bernstein, American music video/television director
  • May 8Eric Brittingham, American rock bassist
  • May 9Tony Gwynn, American baseball player
  • May 10Bono, Irish rock singer (U2)
  • May 14
    • Ronan Tynan, Irish tenor
    • "Dr. Death" Steve Williams, American professional wrestler (d. 2009)
  • May 15Julian Jarrold, English film & television director & producer
  • May 16Landon Deireragea, Nauruan politician
  • May 18
    • Jari Kurri, Finnish hockey player
    • Yannick Noah, French tennis player
  • May 20John Billingsley, American actor
  • May 21Jeffrey Dahmer, American serial killer (d. 1994)
  • May 22Hideaki Anno, Japanese director
  • May 23Linden Ashby, American actor
  • May 24
    • Guy Fletcher, British keyboardist (Dire Straits)
    • Kristin Scott Thomas, English actress
  • May 25Amy Klobuchar, American politician
  • May 26Rob Murphy, American baseball player
  • May 29Neil Crone, Canadian actor
  • May 31Greg Adams, Canadian ice hockey player
  • June 4Bradley Walsh, English comedian and actor
  • June 6Steve Vai, American guitarist
  • June 8Mick Hucknall, English rock singer and songwriter (Simply Red)
  • June 12Corynne Charby, French model, actress and singer
  • June 14Peter Mitchell, Australian news reader
  • June 16Peter Sterling, Australian rugby player
  • June 18Kevin Drinkell, English footballer
  • June 21Kevin Harlan, American sports announcer
  • June 22Erin Brockovich, American environmental activist
  • June 28John Elway, American football player
  • June 30Tony Bellotto, Brazilian guitarist and writer

July–August[]

  • July 1Koji Ishii, Japanese voice actor
  • July 3
    • Vince Clarke, British musician and composer (Depeche Mode, Erasure)
    • Perrine Pelen, French alpine skier
  • July 4Sid Eudy, American professional wrestler
  • July 5Pruitt Taylor Vince, American actor
  • July 7Kevin A. Ford, American astronaut
  • July 8Thilo Martinho, German composer, singer-songwriter
  • July 9Charles Gavin, Brazilian drummer and producer
  • July 13Ian Hislop, British journalist and broadcaster
  • July 14
    • Kyle Gass, American music singer-song-writer-guitarist/actor
    • Jane Lynch, American actress
  • July 17
    • Robin Shou, Hong Kong actor
    • Jan Wouters, Dutch football player and manager
  • July 19Atom Egoyan, Armenian-Canadian film maker
  • July 21
    • Ezequiel Viñao, Argentine-born composer
    • Fritz Walter, German footballer
  • July 31Dale Hunter, Canadian ice hockey player and coach
  • August 1Chuck D, American rapper (Public Enemy)
  • August 4
    • José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, Prime Minister of Spain
    • Dean Malenko, American professional wrestler
  • August 7David Duchovny, American actor
  • August 8Ulrich Maly, German politician and Mayor of Nuremberg
  • August 10
    • Antonio Banderas, Spanish actor
    • Kenny Perry, American golfer
  • August 12Laurent Fignon, French road bicycle racer (d. 2010)
  • August 13
    • Koji Kondo, Japanese composer
    • Phil Taylor, English darts player
  • August 14Sarah Brightman, English soprano singer and actress
  • August 16
    • Timothy Hutton, American actor
    • Martha Moxley, American Murder Victim
  • August 17Sean Penn, American actor
  • August 19Morten Andersen, American football player
  • August 23Chris Potter, Canadian actor and musician
  • August 24Cal Ripken, Jr., American baseball player
  • August 26Branford Marsalis, American musician
  • August 26Ola Ray, American actress and model
  • August 30Chalino Sánchez, Mexican musician (d. 1992)

September–October[]

  • September 1Joseph Williams, American singer and film score composer
  • September 2John S. Hall, American poet and spoken-word artist
  • September 4 - Damon Wayans, American actor and comedian
  • September 6Bob Stoops, American football coach
  • September 7Phillip Rhee, American actor, producer and writer
  • September 9
    • Hugh Grant, English actor
    • Mario Batali, American chef and host
  • September 10Colin Firth, English actor
  • September 14Callum Keith Rennie, Canadian actor
  • September 16
    • John Franco, American baseball player
    • Yianna Katsoulos, French singer
  • September 17Kevin Clash, American actor and puppeteer
  • September 19Yolanda Saldívar, American murderer of tejano singer Selena Quintanilla-Perez
  • September 21David James Elliott, Canadian actor
  • September 22Scott Baio, American actor
  • September 28Jennifer Rush, American singer
  • September 29Alan McGee, British music industry mogul and musician
  • September 30Blanche Lincoln, American politician
  • October 4Billy Hatcher, American baseball player
  • October 5Antonio de Oliveira Filho, Brazilian footballer
  • October 6Richard Jobson, Scottish rock singer-songwriter, filmmaker, and television presenter (Skids)
  • October 7Kyosuke Himuro, Japanese singer
  • October 9Maddie Blaustein, American voice actress (d. 2008)
  • October 12Alexei Kudrin, Russian Minister of Finance
  • October 17Guy Henry, English actor
  • October 18Jean-Claude Van Damme, Belgian actor
  • October 24
    • Jaime Garzón, Colombian journalist and comedian (d. 1999)
    • BD Wong, American actor
  • October 26Jouke de Vries, DutchFrisian politician
  • October 28Landon Curt Noll, American astronomer, cryptographer, and mathematician
  • October 29Finola Hughes, British actress
  • October 30Diego Armando Maradona, Argentine footballer
  • October 31Reza Pahlavi, Crown Prince of Iran

November–December[]

  • November 3
    • Karch Kiraly, American volleyball player
    • Francis Beckwith, American Catholic philosopher
  • November 4Frl. Menke, German pop singer
  • November 5Tilda Swinton, British actress
  • November 9Joëlle Ursull, Guadeloupean singer
  • November 10Neil Gaiman, English author
  • November 11Stanley Tucci, American actor and film director
  • November 17Jonathan Ross, English television presenter
  • November 18Kim Wilde, English singer and gardener
  • November 20Marc Labrèche, Canadian actor and television host
  • November 24Amanda Wyss, American actress
  • November 25
    • Amy Grant, American Christian and pop musician
    • John F. Kennedy, Jr., American lawyer and journalist (d. 1999)
    • Kasey Smith, American keyboardist (Danger Danger)
  • November 26Harold Reynolds, American baseball player and broadcaster
  • November 27
    • Yulia Tymoshenko, Prime Minister of Ukraine
    • Tim Pawlenty, American politician
  • November 30
    • Rich Fields, American television personality
    • Gary Lineker, English footballer and sports presenter
  • December 3
    • Daryl Hannah, American actress
    • Julianne Moore, American actress
  • December 4Glynis Nunn, Australian athlete
  • December 5Brian Bromberg, American jazz bassist and composer
  • December 9Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, American television director, writer, producer, storyboard artist, and actor
  • December 10
    • Kenneth Branagh, Northern Irish actor and director
    • Michael Schoeffling, American actor and model
  • December 18Kazuhide Uekusa, Japanese economist
  • December 22Mark Brydon, British musician (Moloko)
  • December 24Carol Vorderman, British television presenter
  • December 27
    • Maryam d'Abo, British actress
    • Fred Hammond, American Gospel musician
  • December 28
    • John Fitzgerald, Australian tennis player
    • Ray Bourque, Canadian ice hockey player
  • December 29Dave Pelzer, American author
  • December 31
    • John Allen Muhammad, American spree killer (d. 2009)
    • Steve Bruce, English footballer

Deaths[]

January–June[]

  • January 1Margaret Sullavan, American actress (b. 1909)
  • January 3Victor Sjöström, Swedish actor (b. 1879)
  • January 4
    • Albert Camus, French writer, Nobel Prize winner (b. 1913)
    • Dudley Nichols, American screenwriter (b. 1895)
  • January 5Donald Knight, English cricketer (b. 1894)
  • January 7Dorothea Chambers, English tennis champion (b. 1878)
  • January 9Elsie J. Oxenham, British children's novelist (b. 1880)
  • January 12Nevil Shute, English writer (b. 1899)
  • January 17 - Andrew Kennaway Henderson, New Zealand illustrator, cartoonist, and pacifist (b. 1879)
  • January 19 - Dadasaheb Torne, Indian filmmaker (b. 1890)
  • January 24
    • Matt Moore, Irish-American actor (b. 1888)
    • Edwin Fischer, Swiss pianist and conductor (b. 1886)
    • John Miljan, American actor (b. 1892)
  • January 25Diana Barrymore, American stage & film actress (b 1921)
  • January 27Osvaldo Aranha, Brazilian politician (b. 1894)
  • January 28Zora Neale Hurston, American folklorist and author (b. 1891)
  • January 30J. C. Kumarappa, Indian economist (b. 1892)
  • February 2Jagadguru Swami Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji Maharaja, Hindu teacher (b. 1884)
  • February 3Fred Buscaglione, Italian singer and actor (b. 1921)
  • February 6Jesse Belvin, American R&B singer (b. 1932)
  • February 7Igor Kurchatov, Soviet physicist (b. 1903)
  • February 9Jaroslav Joseph Polivka, Czech structural engineer (b. 1886)
  • February 10Aloysius Stepinac, Croatian Catholic prelate (b. 1898)
  • February 11Ernő Dohnányi, Hungarian conductor (b. 1877)
  • February 12 - Jean-Michel Atlan, French painter (b. 1913)
  • February 20Leonard Woolley, British archaeologist (b. 1880)
  • February 29
    • Jacques Becker, French director (b. 1906)
    • Edwina Mountbatten, Countess Mountbatten of Burma (b. 1901), last Vicereine of India
    • Melvin Purvis, American lawman (b. 1903)
    • Walter Yust, American encyclopedia editor (b. 1894)
  • March 2Stanisław Taczak, Polish general (b. 1874)
  • March 4Leonard Warren, American opera singer (b. 1911)
  • March 9Jack Beattie, Irish politician (b. 1886)
  • March 11Roy Chapman Andrews, American explorer, adventurer and naturalist (b. 1884)
  • March 13Yosef Zvi HaLevy, Israeli rabbi and judge (b.1874)
  • March 26Ian Keith, American actor (b. 1899)
  • April 1Tuanku Abdul Rahman ibni Almarhum Tuanku Muhammad, King of Malaysia (b. 1895)
  • April 5
    • Cuthbert Burnup, English sportsman (b. 1875)
    • Peter Llewelyn Davies, namesake for Peter Pan (b. 1897)
    • Alma Kruger, American actress (b. 1868)
  • April 17Eddie Cochran, American rock singer (b. 1938)
  • April 19Beardsley Ruml, American economist and tax plan author (b. 1894)
  • April 24
    • Max von Laue, German physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1879)
    • George Relph, English actor (b. 1888)
  • April 25Hope Emerson, American actress (b. 1897)
  • May 2Caryl Chessman, American criminal (b. 1921)
  • May 3Masa Niemi, Finnish actor (b. 1914)
  • May 8J. H. C. Whitehead, British mathematician (b. 1904)
  • May 11John D. Rockefeller Jr., American philanthropist (b. 1874)
  • May 12Prince Aly Khan, Pakistani United Nations ambassador (b. 1911)
  • May 14Lucrezia Bori, Spanish opera singer (b. 1887)
  • May 23Georges Claude, French inventor (b. 1870)
  • May 24Avraham Arnon, Israeli educator and a recipient of the Israel Prize (b. 1887)
  • May 27
    • Edward Brophy, American actor (b. 1895)
    • James Montgomery Flagg, American artist and illustrator (b. 1877)
    • George Zucco, English actor (b. 1886)
  • May 30Boris Pasternak, Russian writer, Nobel Prize laureate (declined) (b. 1890)
  • May 31Walther Funk, German Nazi politician (b. 1890)
  • June 4
    • Józef Haller de Hallenburg, Polish general (b. 1873)
    • Lucien Littlefield, American actor (b. 1895)
  • June 14Ana Pauker, Romanian communist politician (b. 1893)
  • June 17Arthur Rosson, English film director (b. 1886)
  • June 18Shalva Aleksi-Meskhishvili, Georgian politician (b. 1884)
  • June 19Chris Bristow, English race car driver (b. 1937)
  • June 20
    • William E. Fairbairn, English soldier, police officer, and hand-to-hand combat expert (b. 1885)
    • John B. Kelly, Sr., American Olympic rower, father of Grace Kelly (b. 1889)
  • June 25Tommy Corcoran, American baseball player (b. 1869)
  • June 27Lottie Dod, 88, English tennis player; Wimbledon women's champion, 1887–88, 1891-93 (b. 1871)

July–December[]

  • July 6Aneurin Bevan, Welsh politician (b. 1897)
  • July 14Maurice, 6th duc de Broglie, French physicist (b. 1875)
  • July 15
    • Anton Giulio Bragaglia, Italian cinematographer (b. 1890)
    • Set Persson, Swedish politician (b. 1897)
    • Lawrence Tibbett, American opera singer and actor (b. 1896)
  • July 16
    • John P. Marquand, American novelist (b. 1893)
    • Albert Kesselring, German field marshal (b. 1885)
  • July 22Buddy Adler, American film producer (b. 1909)
  • July 24Hans Albers, German actor and singer (b. 1891)
  • July 26Cedric Gibbons, Irish-American art director (b. 1893)
  • July 29Hasan Saka, ex prime minister of Turkey (b. 1885)
  • August 5Arthur Meighen, ninth Prime Minister of Canada (b. 1874)
  • August 10Frank Lloyd, American film director (b. 1886)
  • August 22
    • Eduard Pütsep, Estonian wrestler (b. 1898)
    • Johannes Sikkar, Estonian politician (b. 1897)
  • August 23
    • Oscar Hammerstein II, writer and lyricist (b. 1895)
    • Jersey Flegg, English-Australian rugby league player and chairman (b. 1878)
  • August 27Stanley Clifford Weyman, U.S. impostor (b. 1890)
  • August 29Vicki Baum, Austrian writer (b. 1888)
  • September 1Hisamuddin Alam Shah ibni Almarhum Sultan Alaeddin Sulaiman Shah, King of Malaysia (b. 1898)
  • September 8
    • Feroze Gandhi, Indian politician (b. 1912)
    • Oscar Pettiford, American jazz musician (b. 1922)
  • September 9Jussi Björling, Swedish tenor (b. 1911)
  • September 11Edwin Justus Mayer, American screenwriter (b. 1896)
  • September 20Ida Rubinstein, Russian ballet dancer (b. 1885)
  • September 23Kathlyn Williams, American actress (b. 1879)
  • September 24Mátyás Seiber, Hungarian composer (b. 1905)
  • September 27Sylvia Pankhurst, English suffragette (b. 1882)
  • October 11Richard Cromwell, American actor (b. 1910)
  • October 15
    • Henny Porten, German actress (b. 1890)
    • Clara Kimball Young, American actress (b. 1890)
  • October 21Ma Hongbin, Chinese warlord (b. 1884)
  • October 31H. L. Davis, American author (b. 1894)
  • November 2Dimitri Mitropoulos, Greek conductor, pianist, and composer (b. 1896)
  • November 5
    • Ward Bond, American actor (b. 1903)
    • August Gailit, Estonian writer (b. 1891)
    • Johnny Horton, American country singer (b. 1925)
    • Mack Sennett, Canadian film producer and director (b. 1880)
  • November 6Erich Raeder, German World War II naval leader (b. 1876)
  • November 7A.P. Carter, American singer and songwriter (b. 1891)
  • November 12Lord Buckley, American monologist (b. 1906)
  • November 14Walter Catlett, American actor (b. 1889)
  • November 16Clark Gable, American actor (b. 1901)
  • November 19Phyllis Haver, American actress (b. 1899)
  • November 20Ya'akov Cohen, Israeli poet (b. 1881)
  • November 23Allen Hobbs, 32nd Governor of American Samoa (b. 1889)
  • November 24Grand Duchess Olga, sister of Nicholas II (b. 1882)
  • November 25The Mirabal Sisters, three Dominican revolutionaries (b. 1924, 1926, 1935)
  • November 28
    • Richard Wright, American novelist (b. 1908)
    • Dirk Jan de Geer, Prime Minister of the Netherlands (b. 1870)
  • December 2Fritz August Breuhaus de Groot, German architect, interior designer and designer (b. 1883)
  • December 13John Charles Thomas, American opera singer (b. 1891)
  • December 14Gregory Ratoff, Russian actor and director (b. 1897)
  • December 26
    • Giuseppe Bellanca, Italian-American aircraft designer and company founder (b. 1886)
    • Watsuji Tetsuro, Japanese philosopher (b. 1889)

Date unknown[]

  • Godfrey Ince, British civil servant (b. 1891)

Nobel Prizes[]

  • PhysicsDonald Arthur Glaser
  • ChemistryWillard Frank Libby
  • Physiology or Medicine – Sir Frank Macfarlane Burnet, Peter Brian Medawar
  • LiteratureSaint-John Perse
  • PeaceAlbert John Luthuli

References[]

  1. ^ Population
  2. ^ "Bucs Are the Champs: Maz's Homer in 9th Wins, 10-0", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 13, 1960, p1


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People of the year 1960 at Familypedia

69 people were born in 1960

 FatherMotherAge mother at birth
Miguel Azucena (1960-2017)Oswaldo Azucena (1920-2000)Isabella Abadiano (1930-2003)
Daniel Joseph Baar (1960)Jason Baar (1929-2008)Sarah Dimas (1923-2011)
Ginger Belkin (1960-2009)Seth Belkin (1941-1999)Margaret Blank (1940-2000)
Wayne Robin Benge (1960)Mervyn Everard Alexander Benge (1922-1994)Estella May Wallis (1924-1987)
Lynda Blundell (c1960)Lloyd Cecil Blundell (living)Marjorie Durham (living)
Chris Buck (1960)George Buck (1934-1999)Hannah Abs (1930-2006)
Robert Arthur Canfield (1960-)Robert Eugene Canfield (1937-)Virginia Ann Stein (1937-2009)
Radu Dan Chiriac (c1960)Dan Chiriac (c1930-c2005)Rodica Rafiroiu (c1933-c2010)
Mona Lee Crosier (1960-)Neil Edward Crosier (1929)Louisa Eleanor Dempsey (1935-)
Thomas Joaquin Darby (1960-)Thomas Junior Darby (1933-1995)Margery Ann Olivera (1940-2002)
Gregory Alan DiVilbiss (03/29/1960-)Phillip Arthur DiVilbissJanet Sue Cones
Jim Fetherston (1960)Sherman Fetherston (1922-1972)Rosemary Standifird (1929-1979)
Louise Anne Forster (1960)Michael Arthur Forster (1937)Judith Anne Kater (1938)
Precious Garcia (1960)Roman Garcia (1920-2000)Luz López (1926-1998)
Ioana Glavce (c1960)
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31 children were born to the 33 women born in 1960

307 people died in 1960

 FatherMotherAge at death
Jordan Abbot (1876-1960)
Macartney Abbott (1877-1960)Joseph Palmer Abbott (1842-1901)Matilda Elizabeth Macartney (c1848-1880)83
Florence May Allen (1896-1960)Isaac Allen (1857-1919)Elizabeth Jane Moore (1867-1940)
Martin Edward Ambrose (1883-1960)George Ambrose (1843-1934)Maria Schmitt (1844-1910)77
Ada Maria Amos (1862-1960)William Amos (1812-1895)Elizabeth Blanch (1821-1910)98
Adele Andreini (1879-1960)
Audrey Anneberg (1870-1960)
Thomas Edward Anson, 4th Earl of Lichfield (1883-1960)Thomas Francis Anson, 3rd Earl of Lichfield (1856-1918)Mildred Coke (1854-1941)
Thomas Trefusis Dawden Archer (1891-1960)Robert Archer (1848-1929)Caroline Cramp (1849-1929)
Francisca Arroyo
Alicia Asimo (1897-1960)
Adina Atanasescu (1917-1960)Nicolae Atanasescu (c1880-c1950)Gilberta Filotti (1888-c1955)43
Alexandru Atanasescu (1908-1960)Nicolae Atanasescu (c1880-c1950)Gilberta Filotti (1888-c1955)
Alyssa Ayres (1870-1960)
Kathleen Bain (1885-1960)
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7908 people lived in 1960

 FatherMother
Lady Irina Bud de BudfalvaLord János Bud de BudfalvaBaroness Anna Tisza de Borosjenő et Szeged
Tsunekichi Yonogi (1905-2015)Shigeru Yonogi (1876-1940)Miyoko Yonogi (1882-1950)
Alfred Alonzo Aaron (1883-1969)Thomas Aaron (1850-1932)Sarah Dobbs (1858-1948)
Sadie Aaronson (1908-1970)Jack Aaronson (1880-1927)Laura Barenboim (1882-1932)
Rebecca Ababio (1926-1998)
Isabella Abadiano (1930-2003)
Annabelle Abargil (1922-2000)
Jennifer Abaya (1918-1996)
Alysson Abberton (1935-2012)
Charles Greeley Abbot (1872-1973)Harris Abbot (1812-1884)Caroline Ann Greeley (1836-1911)
Janet Abbot (1910-1970)
Jordan Abbot (1876-1960)
Julia Abbot (1900-1979)Jordan Abbot (1876-1960)Helen O'Malley (1879-1959)
Anthony Abbott (1911-1993)
Joseph Palmer Abbott (1891-1965)Joseph Palmer Abbott (1842-1901)Edith Solomon (1854-1935)
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Events of the year 1960 at Familypedia

53 people were married in 1960.

 Joined with
Lenice Loraine Abbott (1940-)Nicolaas A. Tol (1935-)
Antony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon (1930-2017)Margaret Rose of the United Kingdom (1930-2002)+Lucy Mary Davies (1941)+Melanie Jane Cable-Alexander (1963)
Ronald Owen Lloyd Armstrong-Jones (1899-1966)Anne Messel (1902-1992)+Gwendoline Carol Akhurst Coombe (1910-1966)+Jenifer M Unite (1928)
Diana Cinderella Mildred Bowes-Lyon (1923-1986)Peter Malcolm Colin Somervell (1910-1993)
Laurens Jan Brinkhorst (1937)Jantien Heringa (1935-)
Henrietta Josephine Chamberlain (1932)István Horthy (1941)
Robert Osbourne Denver (1935-2005)Maggie Ryan + Jean Webber + Carole Abrahams + Dreama Peery
Pamela Beryl Digby (1920-1997)Randolph Frederick Edward Spencer-Churchill (1911-1968)+Leland Hayward (1902-1971)+William Averell Harriman (1891-1986)
Riek Faas (1931-)Jaap Tol (1937-)
Elizabeth Goldberg (1930-1999)Harold Gould (1920-2000)
John Charles Hagee (1940)Martha Downing + Diana Castro
Frieda Lopez (1941)Anastio Lopez (1939)
Patricia Hirsch (1934-1977)Matthew Shar (1937-2004)
István Horthy (1941)Henrietta Josephine Chamberlain (1932)
Anna Keizer (1909-1963)Unknown + Jan Tol (1904-1992)
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There were 0 military battles in 1960.


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