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MCMLXXI

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Year 1971 (MCMLXXI) was a common year starting on Friday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar.

Events 1971[]

January[]

  • January 2
    • Ibrox disaster: A stairway crush at the Rangers vs. Celtic football match in Glasgow, Scotland kills 66.
    • A ban on radio and television cigarette advertisements goes into effect in the United States.[1]
  • January 3BBC Open University begins in the United Kingdom.
  • January 5 – The 1st ever ODI cricket match is played between Australia & England at the M.C.G.
  • January 8Tupamaros kidnap Geoffrey Jackson, British ambassador to Uruguay, in Montevideo, keeping him captive until September.
  • January 9Uruguayan president Jorge Pacheco Areco demands emergency powers for 90 days due to kidnappings, and receives them the next day.
  • January 12 – The landmark television sitcom All In The Family, starring Carroll O'Connor as Archie Bunker, debuts on CBS.
  • January 14 – Seventy Brazilian political prisoners are released in Santiago, Chile. Giovanni Enrico Bucher is released January 16.
  • January 15 – The Aswan High Dam officially opens in Egypt.
  • January 17 – The Baltimore Colts defeated the Dallas Cowboys, 16-13, in Super Bowl V. The game was plagued by a record combined 11 turnovers, and was not decided until Jim O'Brien kicked a 32-yard field goal with five seconds remaining. Cowboys linebacker Chuck Howley became the first player from a losing team to be named Super Bowl MVP.
  • January 18 – Strikes in Poland demand the resignation of Interior Minister Kazimierz Switala. He resigns January 23 and is replaced by Franciszek Szlachcic.
  • January 19 – Representatives of 23 western oil companies begin negotiations with OPEC in Tehran to stabilize oil prices. February 14 they sign a treaty with 6 Khalij el-Arab countries.
  • January 24 – The Guinean government sentences to death 92 Guineans who helped Portuguese troops in the failed landing attempts in November 1970; 72 are sentenced to hard labor for life; 58 of the sentenced are hanged the next day.
  • January 25
    • In Uganda, Idi Amin deposes Milton Obote in a coup, and becomes president.
    • In Los Angeles, Charles Manson and three female "Family" members are found guilty of the 1969 Tate-LaBianca murders.
    • Himachal Pradesh becomes the 18th Indian state.
    • Intelsat IV (F2) is launched; it enters commercial service over the Atlantic Ocean March 26.
  • January 31Apollo program: Apollo 14 (carrying astronauts Alan Shepard, Stuart Roosa, and Edgar Mitchell) lifts off on the third successful lunar landing mission.

January 15: Aswan Dam opens in Egypt.

February[]

  • February 4 – In Britain, Rolls-Royce goes bankrupt and is nationalised.
  • February 5Apollo 14 lands on the Moon.
  • February 7
    • An earthquake in the city of Tuscania, Italy kills 31.
    • Switzerland gives women voting rights in state elections, but not in all canton-specific ones.
    • Władysław Gomułka is expelled from the Central Council of the Polish Communist Party.
  • February 8 – A new stock market index called the Nasdaq debuts.
  • February 9
    • The Sylmar earthquake (6.4 on the Richter Scale) hits the San Fernando Valley area of California.
    • Satchel Paige becomes the first Negro League player to become voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame from the Negro League. Jackie Robinson was inducted July 23, 1962.
    • Apollo program: Apollo 14 returns to Earth after the third manned Moon landing.
  • February 11 – The US, UK, USSR and others sign the Seabed Treaty, outlawing nuclear weapons on the ocean floor.
  • February 11February 12 – Palestinian and Jordanian fighters clash in Amman.
  • February 13Vietnam War: Backed by American air and artillery support, South Vietnamese troops invade Laos.
  • February 15
    • Decimalisation Day: – The United Kingdom and Ireland both switch to decimal currency (see also decimalisation).
    • Protesting Belgian farmers bring 3 live cows to crash the EEC meeting in Brussels.
  • February 16 – In Italy, a local parliament elects the city of Catanzaro as the capital of Calabria; residents of Reggio di Calabria riot for 5 days because of the decision.
  • February 20
    • Fifty tornadoes rage in Mississippi, killing 74 people.
    • The U.S. Emergency Broadcast System sends an erroneous warning; many radio stations just ignore it.
  • February 21 – The Convention on Psychotropic Substances is signed at Vienna.
  • February 26 – Secretary General U Thant signs the United Nations proclamation of the vernal equinox as Earth Day.
  • February 27 – Doctors in the first Dutch abortion clinic (Mildredhuis in Arnhem) start to perform abortus provocatus.
  • February 28Evel Knievel sets a world record and jumps 19 cars in Ontario, California.

February 20: Tornadoes kill 74 in Mississippi.

February 5: Apollo 14 on Moon.

February 7: Earthquake kills 31 in Tuscania, Italy.

March[]

  • March 1
    • A bomb explodes in the men's room at the United States Capitol. Weather Underground Organization claims responsibility.
    • Pakistani President Agha Muhammad Yahya Khan indefinitely postpones the pending National Assembly session, precipitating massive civil disobedience in East Pakistan.
    • Canadian John Robarts ends his term of office as the 17th Premier of Ontario.
  • March 4 – The southern part of Quebec, and especially Montreal, receive 16½" (42 cm) of snow in what becomes known as the Century's Snowstorm (la tempête du siècle).
  • March 5 – The Pakistani army occupies East Pakistan.
  • March 6 – A fire in a mental hospital at Burghölzli, Switzerland, kills 28 people.
  • March 7
    • The British postal workers' strike, led by UPW General Secretary Tom Jackson, ends after 47 days.
    • Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, political leader of then East Pakistan (present day - Bangladesh), delivers his famous speech in the Racecourse Field in Dhaka, calling on the masses to be prepared to fight for national independence.
  • March 8 – 'Fight of the Century': Boxer Joe Frazier defeats Muhammad Ali at Madison Square Garden.
  • March 12Hafez al-Assad becomes president of Syria.
  • March 12March 13The Allman Brothers Band plays their legendary concert at the Fillmore East.
  • March 16Trygve Bratteli forms a government in Norway.
  • March 18 – A landslide at Chungar, Peru crashes into Lake Yanahuani, killing 200.
  • March 23 – General Alejandro Lanusse of Argentina takes power in a military coup.
  • March 25 – The Pakistani army starts Operation Searchlight in East Pakistan from midnight, after President Agha Muhammad Yahya Khan, a military ruler, voids election results that gave the Awami League an overwhelming majority in the parliament.
  • March 26
    • East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) independence is declared by local Awami League leader Hannan Sarker on behalf of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, from Kalurghat Radio Station in Chittagong.
    • Nihat Erim (a former CHP member) forms the new government of Turkey (33rd government,composed mostly of technocrats)
  • March 27East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) independence is repeatedly declared by Army Major (later President of Bangladesh) Ziaur Rahman on behalf of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman from Kalurghat Radio Station, Chittagong.
  • March 28The Ed Sullivan Show airs its final episode.
  • March 29
    • U.S. Army Lieutenant William Calley is found guilty of 22 murders in the My Lai massacre and sentenced to life in prison (later pardoned).
    • A Los Angeles, California jury recommends the death penalty for Charles Manson and 3 female followers.

April[]

  • April 1 – The United Kingdom lifts all restrictions on gold ownership.
  • April 3Un banc, un arbre, une rue by Séverine (music by Jean-Pierre Bourtayre, text by Yves Dessca) wins the Eurovision Song Contest 1971 for Monaco
  • April 5
    • In Ceylon, a group calling themselves the People’s Liberation Front begins a rebellion against the Bandaranaike government.
    • Chile and East Germany establish diplomatic relations.
    • Mount Etna erupts in Sicily.
  • April 7Greece releases 261 political prisoners, 50 of whom are sent into internal exile.
  • April 8 – A right-wing coup attempt is exposed in Laos.
  • April 9Charles Manson is sentenced to death; in 1972, the sentence for all California Death Row inmates is commuted to life imprisonment.
  • April 12 – Palestinians retreat from Amman to the north of Jordan.
  • April 17
    • The People's Republic of Bangladesh forms, under Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, at Mujibnagor.
    • Libya, Syria and Egypt sign an agreement to form a confederation.
  • April 19
    • The government of Bangladesh flees to India.
    • Sierra Leone becomes a republic.
    • The Soviet Union launches Salyut 1.
    • Followers of Charles Manson, the Manson Family, are sentenced to the gas chamber.
  • April 20
    • Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education: The Supreme Court of the United States rules unanimously that busing of students may be ordered to achieve racial desegregation.
    • Cambodian Prime Minister Lon Nol resigns, but remains effectively in power until the next elections.
  • April 21
    • Siaka Stevens is elected the first president of Sierra Leone.
    • François Duvalier, president of Haiti, dies; his son Jean-Claude Duvalier follows him as president-for-life.
  • April 24
    • Soyuz 10 docks with Salyut 1.
    • Five hundred thousand people in Washington, DC and 125,000 in San Francisco march in protest against the Vietnam War.
    • A tsunami 85 m high rises over the Ryukyu Islands in Japan. It throws a 750-ton block of coral 2.5 km inland.
  • April 25
    • Todor Zhivkov is re-elected as the leader of the Bulgarian Communist Party.
    • Franz Jonas is re-elected as chancellor of Austria.
  • April 26 – The government of Turkey declares a state of siege in 11 provinces, Ankara included, due to violent demonstrations.
  • April 28 – The first number of Il Manifesto is issued in Italy.
  • April 29Bolivia nationalizes the American-owned Matilde zinc mine.
  • April 30 – The Milwaukee Bucks win the NBA World Championship, sweeping the Baltimore Bullets in four straight games.

May[]

  • May 1
    • Amtrak begins inter-city rail passenger service in the United States.
    • The Ceylonese government promises amnesty for those guerrillas who surrender before April 5.
  • May 2 – In Ceylon, left-wing guerrillas launch a series of assaults against public buildings.
  • May 3
    • Arsenal FC wins the English Division 1 football league championship at the home of their bitter rivals, Tottenham Hotspur, with Ray Kennedy scoring the winner. (Arsenal FC would go on to win the league and cup 'double' 6 days later by defeating Liverpool in the FA Cup final).
    • The Harris Poll claims that 60% of Americans are against the Vietnam War.
    • East German leader Walter Ulbricht resigns as Communist Party leader but retains the position of head of state.
    • Anti-war militants attempt to disrupt government business in Washington, D.C.; police and military units arrest as many as 12,000, most of whom are later released.
  • May 5 – The US dollar floods the European currency markets and threatens especially the Deutsche Mark; the central banks of Austria, Belgium, Netherlands and Switzerland stop the currency trading.
  • May 6 – The Ceylon government begins a major offensive against the People's Liberation Front.
  • May 9
    • Arsenal FC beats Liverpool FC 2-1 to win the English FA Cup thus completing the league and cup 'double'.
    • Mariner 8 fails to launch.
  • May 12 – An earthquake in Turkey destroys most of the city of Burdur.
  • May 15 – Efraim Elrom, Israeli ambassador to Turkey, is kidnapped; he is found killed in Istanbul May 25.
  • May 16 – A coup attempt is exposed and foiled in Egypt.
  • May 18 – The U.S. Congress formally votes to end funding for the American Supersonic Transport program.
  • May 19Mars probe program: Mars 2 is launched by the Soviet Union.
  • May 22 – An earthquake lasting 20 seconds destroys most of Bingöl, Turkey – more than 1,000 are killed, 10,000 made homeless.
  • May 23 – An air crash at Rijeka Airport, Yugoslavia kills 78 people, mostly British tourists.
  • May 26
    • Austria and the People's Republic of China establish diplomatic relations.
    • Qantas agrees to pay $500,000 to bomb hoaxer-extortionist Mr. Brown (Peter Macari), who is later arrested.
  • May 27
    • Six armed passengers hijack a Romanian passenger plane and force it to fly to Vienna.
    • Christie's auctions a diamond known as Deepdene; it is later found to be artificially colored.
  • May 28Portugal resigns from UNESCO.
  • May 30Mariner program: Mariner 9 is launched toward Mars.
  • May 31 – The birth of Bangladesh is declared by the government in exile, in territory formerly part of Pakistan.

June[]

  • June – Massachusetts passes its Chapter 766 laws enacting Special Education.
  • June 1Vietnam War: Vietnam Veterans for a Just Peace, claiming to represent the majority of U.S. veterans who served in Southeast Asia, speak against war protests.
  • June 6
    • Soyuz program: Soyuz 11 (Vladislav Volkov, Georgi Dobrovolski, Viktor Patsayev) is launched.
    • A midair collision between Hughes Airwest Flight 706 Douglas DC-9 jetliner and a U.S. Marine Corps McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom jet fighter near Duarte, California, claims 50 lives.
  • June 10
    • The U.S. ends its trade embargo of China.
    • Corpus Thursday: A student rally on the streets of Mexico City is roughly dispersed.
  • June 11Neville Bonner becomes the first Indigenous Australian to sit in the Australian Parliament.
  • June 13
    • Vietnam War: The New York Times begins to publish the Pentagon Papers. [1].
    • Gijs van Lennep wins the 24 hours of Le Mans together with Helmut Marko.
  • June 14Norway begins oil production in the North Sea.
  • June 17
    • Representatives of Japan and the United States sign the Okinawa Reversion Agreement, whereby the U.S. will return control of Okinawa.[2]
    • President Richard Nixon declares the U.S. War on Drugs.
  • June 18Southwest Airlines, a low cost carrier, begins its first flights between Dallas, Houston, And San Antonio.
  • June 20 – Britain announces that Soviet space scientist Anatoli Fedoseyev has been granted asylum.
  • June 21 – Britain begins new negotiations for EEC membership in Luxembourg.
  • June 25Madagascar accuses the U.S. of being connected to the plot to oust the current government; the U.S. recalls its ambassador.
  • June 27 – Concert promoter Bill Graham closes the legendary Fillmore East, which first opened on 2nd Avenue (between 5th and 6th Streets) in New York City on March 8, 1968.
  • June 28 – Assassin Jerome A. Johnson shoots Joe Colombo in the head in a middle of an Italian-American rally, putting him in a coma.
  • June 30
    • After a successful mission aboard Salyut 1, the world's first manned space station, the crew of the Soyuz 11 spacecraft are killed when their air supply leaks out through a faulty valve.
    • New York Times Co. v. United States: The U.S. Supreme Court rules that the Pentagon Papers may be published, rejecting government injunctions as unconstitutional prior restraint.

July[]

  • July – Nordic Council secretariat inaugurated.
  • July 3Jim Morrison, lead singer of The Doors is found dead in his bathtub in Paris, France.
  • July 4Michael S. Hart posts the first e-book, a copy of the United States Declaration of Independence, on the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign's mainframe computer, the origin of Project Gutenberg.[3]
  • July 5Right to vote: The 26th Amendment to the United States Constitution, formally certified by President Richard Nixon, lowers the voting age from 21 to 18.
  • July 6Hastings Banda is proclaimed President for Life of Malawi.
  • July 9 – The United Kingdom increases its troops in Northern Ireland to 11,000.
  • July 10July 11 – Coup attempt in Morocco: 1,400 cadets take over the king's palace for 3 hours and kill 28 people; 158 rebels die when the king's troops storm the palace. Ten high-ranking officers are later executed for involvement.
  • July 10Gloria Steinem holds her Address to the Women of America speech.
  • July 13
    • Ólafur Jóhannesson forms a government in Iceland.
    • Jordanian army troops launch an offensive against Palestinian guerrillas in Jordan.
    • The Yugoslavian government begins allowing foreign companies to take their profits from the country.
    • Paced by a prodigious home run by Reggie Jackson which hits a transformer on the roof of Tiger Stadium, the American League defeats the National League 6-4 in the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in Detroit.
  • July 14Libya severs its diplomatic ties with Morocco.
  • July 16 – Spanish dictator and head of state Francisco Franco makes Prince Juan Carlos his successor.
  • July 17Italy and Austria sign a treaty that ends the schism about South Tyrol.
  • July 18 – The Trucial States are formed in the Persian Gulf.
  • July 19 – The South Tower of the World Trade Center is topped out at 1,362 feet (415 m), making it the second tallest building in the world.
  • July 19July 23 – Major Hashem al-Atta ousts Jaafar Muhammad al-Nimeiri in a military coup in Sudan. Fighting continues until on July 22, when pro-Nimeiri troops win. Al-Atta and 3 officers are executed.
  • July 25July 30Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli records in Munich two Debussy works for Deutsche Grammophon; it's his fifth recording.
  • July 26Apollo 15 (carrying astronauts David Scott, Alfred Worden, and James Irwin) is launched.
  • July 28Abdel Khaliq Mahjub, Sudanese communist leader, is hanged.
  • July 29 – The United Kingdom opts out of the Space Race, with the cancellation of its Black Arrow launch vehicle.
  • July 30 – In Japan, an All Nippon Airways Boeing 727 collides with a Japanese fighter jet; 162 people are killed.
  • July 31Apollo 15 astronauts David Scott and James Irwin become the first to ride in a lunar rover, a day after landing on the Moon.

August[]

  • August – Camden, New Jersey erupts in race riots following the beating death of a Puerto Rican motorist by city police. Looting and arson occurred. This was a turning point in Camden's decline to one of the poorest and highest-crime municipalities in the United States. Camden was, however, the site of a 1949 shooting rampage by Howard Unruh, considered by some to be the first mass murderer in the United States. The riots resulted in the demise of Camden's Sears and A&P branches. Also in 1971, Philadelphia International Records was established, with Camden native Leon Huff as co-founder.
  • August 1 – In New York City, 40,000 attend the Concert for Bangladesh.
  • August 2JCPenney debuts its trademark Helvetica wordmark which has been used ever since.
  • August 5South Pacific Forum (SPF)
  • August 6 – A lunar eclipse lasting 1 hour, 40 minutes, and 4 seconds is observed.
  • August 7Apollo 15 returns to Earth.
  • August 9
    • India signs a 20-year treaty of friendship and cooperation with the Soviet Union.
    • Internment in Northern Ireland: British security forces arrest hundreds of nationalists and detain them without trial in Long Kesh prison; 20 people die in the riots that follow.
  • August 11 – Construction begins on the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans.
  • August 12
  • August 14
    • British troops are stationed on the Ireland border to stop arms smuggling.
    • Bahrain declares independence as the State of Bahrain (Kingdom of Bahrain as of February 2002).
  • August 15
    • The number of British troops in Northern Ireland is raised to 12,500.
    • President Richard Nixon announces that the United States will no longer convert dollars to gold at a fixed value, effectively ending the Bretton Woods system. He also imposes a 90-day freeze on wages, prices and rents.
  • August 18
  • August 19August 22 – A right-wing coup ignites a rebellion in Bolivia. Miners and students join troops to support president Juan Jose Torres, but eventually Hugo Banzer takes over.
  • August 20
    • International Telecommunications Satellite Organization (Intelsat) (effective 12 February 1973).
    • The USS Manatee (AO-58) spills 1,000 US gallons (3,800 L) of fuel oil on President Nixon's Western White House beach in San Clemente, California.
  • August 21
    • The first orca to be named, Shamu, dies.
    • A bomb made of two hand grenades by communist rebels explodes in the Liberal Party campaign party in Plaza Miranda in Quiapo, Manila the Philippines, injuring several anti-Marcos political candidates.
  • August 25
  • August 26 – A civilian government takes power in Greece.
  • August 30 – The Progressive Conservatives under Peter Lougheed defeat the Social Credit government under Harry E. Strom in a general election, ending 36 years of uninterrupted power for Social Credit in Alberta.

September[]

October[]

  • October 1Walt Disney World opens in Orlando, Florida
  • October 15 – The 2,500 Year Celebration of Iran begins, celebrating the birth of Persia.
  • October 17 – The Pittsburgh Pirates win the World Series in 7 games against the Baltimore Orioles. The Pirates' Roberto Clemente, who turned into a one-man gang in the Series, became the first Latino player to earn World Series MVP honors. Game 4 of the Series was also the first night game ever to be played in the World Series.
  • October 18 – In New York City, the Knapp Commission begins public hearings on police corruption.
  • October 21
    • U.S. President Richard Nixon nominates Lewis Franklin Powell, Jr. and William H. Rehnquist to the U.S. Supreme Court.
    • The Clarkston explosion in Scotland kills 22 people.
  • October 25 – The United Nations General Assembly admits the People's Republic of China and expels the Republic of China (or Taiwan).
  • October 27 – The Democratic Republic of the Congo is renamed Zaire.
  • October 28
    • The British House of Commons votes 356–244 in favour of joining the European Economic Community.
    • The United Kingdom becomes the 6th nation to launch a satellite into orbit, the Prospero X-3, using a Black Arrow carrier rocket.
    • The Egyptian Opera House (Khedivial Opera House) burns down in Cairo.
  • October 29Vietnam WarVietnamization: The total number of American troops still in Vietnam drops to a record low of 196,700 (the lowest since January 1966).
  • October 30 – Rev. Ian Paisley's Democratic Unionist Party is founded in Northern Ireland.
  • October 31 – A bomb explodes at the top of the Post Office Tower in London.

November[]

  • November 3 – The UNIX Programmer's Manual is published.
  • November 6Operation Grommet: The U.S. tests a thermonuclear warhead at Amchitka Island in Alaska, code-named Project Cannikin. At around 5 megatons, it is the largest ever U.S. underground detonation.
  • November 8 – Led Zeppelin releases their Fourth Studio album "Led Zeppelin IV" which goes on to sell 23,000,000 copies.
  • November 9 – A British Royal Air Force C-130 crashes into the Ligurian Sea near Leghorn, Italy, killing all 51 people on board.
  • November 10 – In Cambodia, Khmer Rouge forces attack Phnom Penh and its airport, killing 44, wounding at least 30 and damaging 9 airplanes.
  • November 12 – Vietnam War – Vietnamization: U.S. President Richard M. Nixon sets February 1, 1972, as the deadline for the removal of another 45,000 American troops from Vietnam.
  • November 13Mariner program: Mariner 9 becomes the first spacecraft to enter Mars orbit successfully.
  • November 14Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria is enthroned.
  • November 15
    • Intel releases the world's first microprocessor, the Intel 4004.
    • International Organization and System of Space Communications (Intersputnik) (effective 12 July 1972).
  • November 20 – A bridge still in construction, called Elevado Engenheiro Freyssinet, falls over the Paulo de Frontin Avenue, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; 48 people are killed and several injured. Reconstructed, the bridge is currently a part of the Linha Vermelha elevate.
  • November 23 – The People's Republic of China takes the Republic of China's seat on the United Nations Security Council (see China and the United Nations).
  • November 24
    • During a severe thunderstorm over Washington, a man calling himself D. B. Cooper parachutes from the Northwest Orient Airlines plane he hijacked, with US$200,000 in ransom money, and is never seen again (as of March 2008, this case remains the only unsolved skyjacking in history).
    • A Brussels court sentences pretender Alexis Brimeyer to 18 months in jail for falsely using a noble title; Brimeyer has already fled to Greece.
  • November 28 – 59th Grey Cup Game sees the Calgary Stampeders beat the Toronto Argonauts 14 to 11.

December[]

  • December 1Cambodian Civil War: Khmer Rouge rebels intensify assaults on Cambodian government positions, forcing their retreat from Kompong Thmar and nearby Ba Ray, 10 kilometers northeast of Phnom Penh.
  • December 2 – Six Persian Gulf sheikdoms found the United Arab Emirates.
  • December 3 – The Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 begins as Pakistan launches preemptive attacks 9 Indian airbases. The next day India launches a massive invasion of East Pakistan.
  • December 3December 4 – The Pakistani submarine PNS Ghazi (former USS Diablo) sinks mysteriously near Indian coast while laying mines.
  • December 4
    • The Montreux Casino burns down during a Frank Zappa concert. The event is memorialized in the Deep Purple song "Smoke on the Water." The casino is rebuilt in 1975.
    • The McGurk's Bar bombing by the UVF in Belfast kills 15.
  • December 8 – U.S. President Richard Nixon orders the 7th Fleet to move towards the Bay of Bengal in the Indian Ocean.
  • December 11Nihat Erim forms the new government of Turkey (34th government, Nihat Erim had served two times as a prime minister)
  • December 16Victory Day of Bangladesh: The Pakistan Army in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) surrenders to the Indian Armed Forces, ending the Bangladesh Liberation War.
  • December 18
    • The U.S. dollar is devalued for the second time in history.
    • The world's largest hydroelectric plant in Krasnoyarsk, Soviet Union, begins operations.
  • December 19
    • The Clube Atletico Mineiro wins the Brazil Football Championship.
    • Intelsat IV (F3) is launched; it enters commercial service over the Atlantic Ocean February 18, 1972.
  • December 24
    • Giovanni Leone is elected President of the Italian Republic.
    • Juliane Koepcke survives a fall of 10,000 feet following disintegration of LANSA Flight 508.
  • December 25
    • In the longest game in NFL history, the Miami Dolphins beat the Kansas City Chiefs.
    • Fire at a 22-story hotel in Seoul, South Korea kills 158 people.
  • December 29 – The United Kingdom gives up its military bases in Malta.

Date unknown[]

  • Ray Tomlinson sends the first ARPAnet e-mail between host computers.
  • The Free State of Christiania is founded.
  • Seychelles International Airport in Victoria, Seychelles (Mahe) is completed.
  • Crude oil production peaks in the continental United States at approximately 4.5 million barrels per day (720,000 m3/d).
  • The Center for Science in the Public Interest is established.
  • The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism is established.

Births[]

January[]

Jeremy Renner

  • January 1Sammie Henson, American World Champion wrestler, Olympic silver medalist
  • January 2
    • Lisa Harrison, American basketball player
    • Taye Diggs, American actor
  • January 3Cory Cross, Canadian ice hockey player
  • January 5Mayuko Takata, Japanese actress
  • January 7Jeremy Renner, American actor
  • January 9Scott Thornton, Canadian hockey player
  • January 11Mary J. Blige, American singer
  • January 12Jay Burridge, British artist and television presenter
  • January 14Lasse Kjus, Norwegian alpine skier
  • January 17Kid Rock, American rock singer
  • January 18Fabian Ribauw, Nauruan politician
  • January 20Gary Barlow, British singer-songwriter
  • January 21Alan McManus, Scottish snooker player
  • January 25Luca Badoer, Italian race car driver
  • January 26Li Ming, Chinese footballer and football executive
  • January 27
    • Fann Wong, Singaporean Chinese actress, model, and singer
    • Lil Jon, American rapper and producer
  • January 29Clare Balding, British sports presenter
  • January 30Lizzie Grubman, American publicist
  • January 31
    • Patrick Kielty, Northern Irish comedian and television presenter
    • Patricia Velásquez, Venezuelan actress and supermodel.

February[]

Michael C. Hall

Denise Richards

  • February 2Andrus Veerpalu, Estonian cross-country skier
  • February 3Sarah Kane, English playwright (died 1999)
  • February 4Fatmir Limaj, Albanian politician
  • February 10Lisa Marie Varon, American professional wrestler
  • February 13Mats Sundin, Swedish ice hockey player
  • February 14
    • Tommy Dreamer, American professional wrestler
    • Kris Aquino, Filipina actress
  • February 16 - Amanda Holden, British actress
  • February 17Denise Richards, American actress
  • February 18Thomas Bjørn, Danish golfer
  • February 19Gil Shaham, Israeli/American violinist
  • February 20Jari Litmanen, Finnish footballer
  • February 23Melinda Messenger, English television presenter
  • February 24Pedro de la Rosa, Spanish Formula One driver
  • February 25
    • Sean Astin, American actor
    • Daniel Powter, Canadian singer
  • February 27Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas, American singer (TLC)
  • February 28Tristan Louis, French Internet entrepreneur

March[]

Johnny Knoxville

Nathan Fillion

Ewan McGregor

  • March 2Manami Toyota, Japanese professional wrestler
  • March 4
    • Shavar Ross, American actor and filmmaker
    • Iain Baird, Canadian soccer player
  • March 9Kinga Rusin, Polish journalist
  • March 11Johnny Knoxville, American actor
  • March 16Val Venis, American professional wrestler
  • March 22Iben Hjejle, Danish actress
  • March 23
    • Karen McDougal, American model
    • Alexander Selivanov, Russian ice hockey player
  • March 26Behzad Ghorbani, Iranian scientist
  • March 27
    • David Coulthard, Scottish racing driver
    • Wayne Carey, Australian rules footballer
    • Nathan Fillion, Canadian actor
  • March 29
    • Attila Csihar, Hungarian vocalist
    • Robert Gibbs, 28th White House Press Secretary
  • March 31
    • Pavel Bure, Russian ice hockey player
    • Ewan McGregor, Scottish actor
    • Craig McCracken, American animator

April[]

David Tennant

  • April 1Method Man, American rapper
  • April 2
    • Todd Woodbridge, Australian tennis player
    • Zeebra, Japanese rapper
  • April 3Picabo Street, American skier
  • April 9Jacques Villeneuve, Canadian race driver, Formula 1 world champion
  • April 11Oliver Riedel, German musician (Rammstein)
  • April 12Shannen Doherty, American actress
  • April 16
    • Moses Chan, Hong Kong actor
    • Selena Quintanilla Perez, Mexican-American singer (d. 1995)
  • April 18David Tennant, Scottish actor
  • April 20
    • Allan Houston, American NBA player
    • Carla Geurts, Dutch swimmer
  • April 22 - Daisuke Enomoto, first Japanese space tourist
  • April 28Bridget Moynahan, American Actress
  • April 29
    • Siniša Vuco, Croatian musician
    • Tamara Johnson-George, American singer (SWV)

May[]

Paul Bettany

  • May 1
    • Stuart Appleby, Australian golfer
    • Ajith Kumar, Indian film actor
  • May 8Ross Anderson, American Pro Speed skier
  • May 12Doug Basham, American professional wrestler
  • May 14Sofia Coppolla, American filmmaker
  • May 15Phil Pfister, American strength athlete
  • May 17Vernie Bennett, English singer (Eternal)
  • May 20Tony Stewart, American race car driver
  • May 25Kristina Orbakaite, Lithuanian-Russian singer and actress
  • May 27
    • Wayne Carey, Australian rules footballer
    • Mathew Batsiua, Nauruan politician
    • Paul Bettany, British actor
    • Lisa Lopes, American rapper (TLC) (d. 2002)
  • May 30Idina Menzel, American singer, songwriter and actress

June[]

Noah Wyle

Mark Wahlberg

  • June 1Mario Cimarro, Cuban actor and singer
  • June 4
    • Joseph Kabila, President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
    • Noah Wyle, American actor
  • June 5
    • Susan Lynch, Irish actress
    • Mark Wahlberg, American actor and singer
  • June 8
    • Troy Vincent, American football player
    • Jeff Douglas, Canadian actor
  • June 10
    • Bobby Jindal, American Governor of Louisiana
    • Kyle Sandilands, Australian DJ, Australian Idol judge and TV presenter
  • June 12
    • Arman Alizad, Finnish tailor, columnist and TV personality
    • Mark Henry, American professional wrestler, former Olympian
  • June 16Tupac Shakur, American rapper, poet, and actor (died 1996)
  • June 17Paulina Rubio, Mexican singer
  • June 18Nathan Morris, American singer (Boyz II Men)
  • June 21
    • Anette Olzon, Swedish singer (Nightwish)
    • Max Biaggi, Italian motorcycle racer
  • June 25
    • Scott Maslen, English actor
    • Neil Lennon, Northern Irish footballer
  • June 26Max Biaggi, Italian motercycle racer
  • June 27
    • King Dipendra of Nepal (died 2001)
    • Kieren Keke, Nauruan politician
  • June 28
    • Norika Fujiwara, Japanese actress and television personality
    • Aileen Quinn, American actress
    • Fabien Barthez, French football player
    • Tichina Arnold, American actress (Everybody Hates Chris)
  • June 29Matthew Good, Canadian musician

July[]

Julian Assange

Sandra Oh

  • July 1
    • Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, American singer
    • Amira Casar, French actress
  • July 3Julian Assange, Australian activist
  • July 9Marc Andreessen, American software developer
  • July 11Brett Hauer, American ice hockey player
  • July 12
    • Kristi Yamaguchi, American figure skater
    • Robert Allenby, Australian golfer
  • July 14
    • Mark LoMonaco, American professional wrestler
    • Joey Styles, American professional wrestling announcer
    • Alison Bartlett-O'Reilly, American actress
  • July 16Corey Feldman, American actor
  • July 17Cory Doctorow, Canadian author and activist
  • July 18Penny Hardaway, American basketball player
  • July 19Vitali Klitschko, Ukrainian boxer
  • July 20Sandra Oh, Korean Canadian actress
  • July 21
    • Charlotte Gainsbourg, French actress and singer-songwriter
    • Nuno Markl, Portuguese comedian and radio host
  • July 23
    • Alison Krauss, American country singer
    • Ahmed Ezz, Egyptian actor
  • July 26Khaled Mahmud, Bangladeshi cricketer
  • July 28Jeffrey S. Williams, American sportswriter
  • July 30Tom Green, Canadian entertainer

August[]

Carla Gugino

  • August 2Michael Hughes, Northern Irish footballer
  • August 4
    • Jeff Gordon, American race car driver
    • Yo-Yo, American rapper
  • August 10
    • Roy Keane, Irish footballer
    • Mario César Kindelán Mesa, Cuban amateur boxer
  • August 12
    • Phil Western, Canadian musician
    • Pete Sampras, American tennis player
    • Patrick Carpentier, Canadian race car driver
  • August 17
    • Jorge Posada, Puerto Rican Major League Baseball player
    • Anthony Kearns, Irish tenor
  • August 20David Walliams, English comedy actor
  • August 21Robert Harvey, Australian rules footballer
  • August 25Mike Lockwood (Crash Holly), American World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) professional wrestler (d. 2003)
  • August 26
    • Thalía, Mexican actress and singer
    • Gaynor Faye, British actress
  • August 27Julian Cheung, Hong Kong actor and singer
  • August 28Janet Evans, American swimmer
  • August 29Carla Gugino, American actress
  • August 31
    • Pádraig Harrington, Irish golfer
    • Chris Tucker, American actor and comedian

September[]

Amy Poehler

Luke Wilson

  • September 1Hakan Şükür, Turkish footballer
  • September 2
    • Arnold Arre, Filipino graphic novelist
    • Tommy Maddox, American football player
    • Kjetil André Aamodt, Norwegian alpine skier
  • September 4Anita Yuen, Hong Kong actress
  • September 6Dolores O'Riordan, Irish singer
  • September 8Brooke Burke, American model
  • September 9Henry Thomas, American actor
  • September 13Stella McCartney, British fashion designer, daughter of Paul McCartney
  • September 16Amy Poehler, American actress
  • September 18
    • Lance Armstrong, American cyclist
    • Anna Netrebko, Russian operatic soprano
    • Jada Pinkett Smith, American actress
  • September 19Sanaa Lathan, American actress
  • September 20Henrik Larsson, Swedish footballer
  • September 21Luke Wilson, American actor
  • September 23Lee Mi-yeon, South Korean actress
  • September 24Michael S. Engel, American paleontologist & entomologist
  • September 27Horacio Sandoval, Mexican artist
  • September 30
    • Jeff Whitty, American Broadway playwright
    • Jenna Elfman, American actress

October[]

Sacha Baron Cohen

Winona Ryder

  • October 2Tiffany, American singer
  • October 3Kevin Richardson, American pop singer (Backstreet Boys)
  • October 10Evgeny Kissin, Russian pianist
  • October 13
    • Sacha Baron Cohen, British comedian
    • Pyrros Dimas, Greek weightlifter
  • October 14
    • Jorge Costa, Portuguese footballer
    • Andrew Cole, English footballer
  • October 17Chris Kirkpatrick, American singer ('N Sync)
  • October 20
    • Dannii Minogue, Australian singer
    • Snoop Dogg, American rapper
  • October 21Jade Jagger, English jewelry designer and daughter of Mick Jagger
  • October 24Caprice Bourret, American model and actress
  • October 25
    • Athena Chu, Hong Kong actress and singer
    • Pedro Martínez, Dominican baseball player
    • Midori Goto, Japanese violinist
  • October 29Winona Ryder, American actress

November[]

Christina Applegate

  • November 2Eric Wall, American writer and political activist
  • November 3Dylan Moran, Irish comedian, actor, and writer
  • November 5Jonny Greenwood, English musician and composer
  • November 7Rituparna Sengupta, Indian film actress
  • November 8Carlos Atanes, Spanish film director
  • November 9Big Pun (Christopher Rios), American/Latin rapper (died 2000)
  • November 10Niki Karimi, Iranian actress and movie director
  • November 11David DeLuise, American actor
  • November 12Yasuo Aiuchi, Japanese snowboarder
  • November 14Adam Gilchrist, Australian cricketer
  • November 16Alexander Popov, Russian swimmer
  • November 17Michael Adams, British chess Grandmaster
  • November 18Özlem Tekin, Turkish singer
  • November 19Sundeep Malani, Indian film director
  • November 20Dion Nash, New Zealand cricket captain
  • November 22Kyran Bracken, English rugby player
  • November 24Keith Primeau, Canadian hockey player
  • November 25
    • Christina Applegate, American actress
    • Magnus Arvedson, Swedish hockey player
  • November 30Iván "Pudge" Rodríguez, Puerto Rican Major League Baseball player and actor

December[]

Ricky Martin

Jared Leto

  • December 2Mine Yoshizaki, Japanese manga artist
  • December 5Kali Rocha, American actress
  • December 6
    • Helena Bulaja, Croatian multimedia artist
    • Richard Krajicek, Dutch tennis player
  • December 7
    • Larisa Alexandrovna, Ukrainian feminist
    • Vladimir Akopian, Armenian chess Grandmaster
  • December 8Abdullah Ercan, Turkish football player
  • December 10Michele Mahone, American television entertainment reporter and former make-up artist and hair stylist
  • December 12Sammy Korir, Kenyan long-distance runner
  • December 15Arne Quinze, Belgian conceptual artist
  • December 16Michael McCary, American singer (Boyz II Men)
  • December 17
    • Antoine Rigaudeau, French basketball player
    • Alan Khan, South African radio DJ
    • Sinan Akkuş, Turkish-German actor
  • December 18Arantxa Sánchez Vicario, Spanish tennis player
  • December 20Simon O'Neill, New Zealand opera singer
  • December 22Khalid Khannouchi, Moroccan long-distance runner
  • December 23
    • Corey Haim, Canadian actor (d. 2010)
    • Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, British socialite
  • December 24
    • Christopher Daniels, American professional wrestler
    • Ricky Martin, Puerto Rican singer
  • December 25Dido, English singer
  • December 26Jared Leto, American actor and musician
  • December 31Brent Barry, American basketball player

Date unknown[]

  • Vic Pratt, English writer

Deaths[]

January[]

  • January 4Arthur Ford, American psychic spiritual medium, clairaudient (b. 1896)
  • January 5Douglas Shearer, Canadian film sound engineer (b. 1899)
  • January 9Elmer Flick, American baseball player (b. 1876)
  • January 10Coco Chanel, French fashion designer (b. 1883)
  • January 12John Tovey, British admiral of the fleet (b. 1885)
  • January 14Guillermo de Torre, Spanish Dadaist author (b. 1900)
  • January 15John Dall, American actor (b. 1918)
  • January 20Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, American actor, director, writer, and producer (b. 1880)
  • January 23Fritz Feigl, Austria-born chemist (b. 1875)
  • January 24
    • St. John Greer Ervine, Northern Irish dramatist and author (b. 1883)
    • Bill W. (William Griffith Wilson), co-founder Alcoholics Anonymous (b. 1895)
  • January 25Isobel Lennart, American screenwriter (b. 1915)
  • January 27Jacobo Arbenz, President of Guatemala (b. 1913)
  • January 28Donald Winnicott, British psychoanalyst (b. 1896)
  • January 31Viktor Maksimovich Zhirmunsky, Russian literary historian, linguist (b. 1891)

February[]

March[]

  • March 7Barney Balaban, American studio executive (b. 1887)
  • March 8
    • Borden Chase, American screenwriter (b. 1900)
    • Harold Lloyd, American actor and filmmaker (b. 1893)
  • March 9Pope Cyril VI of Alexandria, Coptic Orthodox Patriarch (b. 1902)
  • March 11Philo T. Farnsworth, American television pioneer (b. 1906)
  • March 12David Burns, American actor (b. 1902)
  • March 16
    • Bebe Daniels, American actress (b. 1901)
    • Thomas Dewey, Governor of New York and Presidential candidate (b. 1902)
  • March 18Leland Hayward, American film and theatrical agent (b. 1902)
  • March 23Basil Dearden, English film director (b. 1911)

April[]

May[]

  • May 1
    • Glenda Farrell, American actress (b. 1904)
    • Violet Jessop, British Titanic survivor (b. 1887)
  • May 11Seán Lemass, Taoiseach of Ireland (b. 1899)
  • May 12
    • Tor Johnson, Swedish wrestler and actor (b. 1903)
    • Heinie Manush, American baseball player (b. 1901)
  • May 15
    • Goose Goslin, American baseball player (b. 1900)
    • Sir Tyrone Guthrie, English film director, producer, and writer (b. 1900)
  • May 19Ogden Nash, American poet (b. 1902)
  • May 21Dennis King, English actor (b. 1897)
  • May 26Laurence Wild, 1913 NCAA Men's Basketball All-American, former head coach for the Navy Midshipmen men's basketball, and 30th Governor of American Samoa (d. 1890)
  • May 27Chips Rafferty, Australian actor (b. 1909)
  • May 28
    • Audie Murphy, American World War II hero and actor (b. 1924)
    • Jean Vilar, French stage actor (b. 1912)
  • May 30Marcel Dupré, French composer (b. 1886)

June[]

  • June 1Reinhold Niebuhr, American theologian (b. 1892)
  • June 10
    • Virginia True Boardman, American actress (b. 1889)
    • Michael Rennie, English actor (b. 1909)
  • June 11Ambrose (bandleader), English violinist and bandleader (b. 1896)
  • June 14Carlos P. Garcia, 8th President of the Philippines (b. 1896)
  • June 15Wendell Meredith Stanley, American chemist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1904)
  • June 18
    • Thomas Gomez, American actor (b. 1905)
    • Libby Holman, American singer and actress (b. 1904)
    • Paul Karrer, Swiss chemist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1889)
  • June 25John Boyd Orr, Scottish physician and biologist, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize (b. 1880)
  • June 30
    • Herbert Biberman, Jewish-American screenwriter and film director (b. 1900)
    • Crew of Soyuz 11:
      • Georgi Dobrovolski (b. 1928)
      • Viktor Patsayev (b. 1933)
      • Vladislav Volkov (b. 1935)

July[]

  • July 1William Lawrence Bragg, English physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1890)
  • July 3Jim Morrison, American rock singer, songwriter, and poet (b. 1943)
  • July 4
    • Maurice Bowra, British critic (b. 1898)
    • August Derleth, American author and anthologist (b. 1909)
    • Thomas C. Hart, American admiral and politician (b. 1877)
  • July 6Louis Armstrong, African-American jazz trumpeter (What A Wonderful World) (b. 1901)
  • July 7
    • Claude Gauvreau, Canadian writer (b. 1925)
    • Ub Iwerks, American animator (b. 1901)
  • July 15Bill Thompson, American actor (b. 1913)
  • July 17Cliff Edwards, American actor (b. 1895)
  • July 19
  • July 23Van Heflin, American actor (b. 1910)
  • July 24Christl Mardayn, German actress (b. 1896)
  • July 26Diane Arbus, American photographer (b. 1923)
  • July 27Charlie Tully, Northern Irish footballer (b. 1924)
  • July 30Kenneth Slessor, Australian poet (b. 1901)

August[]

  • August 2John McDermott, American golf champion (b. 1891)
  • August 13King Curtis, American saxophonist (b. 1934)
  • August 15Paul Lukas, Hungarian actor (b. 1895)
  • August 17Horace McMahon, American actor (b. 1906)
  • August 20Matiur Rahman, Bangladeshi war hero (b. 1945)
  • August 25Ted Lewis, American musician and entertainer (b. 1890)
  • August 27
    • Margaret Bourke-White, American photographer (b. 1904)
    • Bennett Cerf, American publisher and television personality (b. 1898)
  • August 28Reuvein Margolies, Austrian-Hungarian-born Israeli author and Talmudic scholar (b. 1889)
  • August 29Nathan Leopold, American murderer (b. 1904)

September[]

October[]

November[]

December[]

Date unknown[]

  • Reg Bunn, British artist (b. 1905)

Nobel Prizes[]

  • PhysicsDennis Gabor
  • ChemistryGerhard Herzberg
  • MedicineEarl W. Sutherland, Jr
  • LiteraturePablo Neruda
  • PeaceWilly Brandt
  • EconomicsSimon Kuznets

References[]

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People of the year 1971 at Familypedia

50 people were born in 1971

 FatherMotherAge mother at birth
Stuart James Andrew (1971)
David Lewis Arquette (1971)Lewis Michael Arquette (1935-2001)Mardiningsih Olivia Nowak (1939-1997)
William Hall Bush (1971)Jonathan James Bush (1931)Josephine Bradley (1930)
Raymond Walter Canfield (1971-)Robert Eugene Canfield (1937-)Virginia Ann Stein (1937-2009)
Marla Charendoff (1971)Syd Charendoff (1933-2018)Lucy Weinstein (1936-2004)
Camilla Crociani (1971-)Camillo Crociani (1921-1980)Edoarda Vesselovsky
Scott Leo Diggs (1971)Jeffries Diggs (1949)Marcia Berry (1950)
Deanna Espera (1971)Dalmacio Espera (1945-1999)Arlene DeRenzi (1946-2006)
Sophie Lavinia Fraser (1971)Angus Hugh Fraser (1939-1994)Elizabeth Este Backhouse (1943-)
Martin John Christopher Freeman (1971-)Geoffrey Freeman (-c1981)Philomena Norris (bef1973-)
Henriette Fáy (1971)Elek Fáy (1945)Katalin Aradi (c1950)
Behzad Ghorbani
Jeffery Michael Gordon (1971)William Grinnell Gordon (1946-)Carol Ann Houston (1946-)
Bruno Alejandro Gómez-Acebo y Borbón (1971-)Luis Gómez-Acebo y Duque de Estrada (1934-1991)Pilar, Infanta de España (1936-)
Stuart Horthy (1971)István Horthy (1941)Henrietta Josephine Chamberlain (1932)
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20 children were born to the 21 women born in 1971

156 people died in 1971

 FatherMotherAge at death
Ronald Cecil Ackerman (1919-1971)Raymond Jacob Ackerman (1888-1959)Daisy May Johnson (1887-1964)52
Ruth Thompson Aiken (1889-1971)
Walter Lyons Alston (1912-1971)Walter McHendry Alston (1878-1938)Grizel Lyons (1884-1929)
George William Andrews (1906-1971)George William Andrews (1881-1935)Addie Belle King (1884-1945)
Charles Edward Arbon (1891-1971)Frederick Arbon (1846-1910)Mary Parham (1851)
John Jacob Astor, 1st Baron Astor (1886-1971)William Waldorf Astor, 1st Viscount Astor (1848-1919)Mary Dahlgren Paul (1858-1894)
Rubie Avery (1885-1971)George Avery (1841-1914)Elizabeth Ann Latter (1844-1922)
Robert William Leslie Balgowan (1888-1971)Robert Balgowan (1855-1935)Jane Frost Hanrahan (1856-1940)
Victor Cecil Belcher (1899-1971)Charles Ernest Belcher (1846-1919)Ada Rose Hahn (1870-1949)72
Hannah Berger (1898-1971)Frederick Berger (1872-1949)Carolina Covici (1869-1950)
Cornelis Jacobus Bergman (1892-1971)Dirk Theodorus Bergman (1859-1909)Wilhelmina Hendrika van Bruggen (1857-1903)79
Deborah Berlin (1899-1971)
Nancy Berry (1902-1971)Joshua Berry (1882-1961)Rita O'Donnell (1879-1948)
Louisa Blunt (1878-1971)Francis Blunt (1857-1882)Margaret Brennan (1859-1939)
Arthur Henry Brazel (c1897-c1971)Henry Brazel (c1874-c1944)Susan Augusta Partridge (1873-1957)74
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5696 people lived in 1971

 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)
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)
Julia Abbot (1900-1979)Jordan Abbot (1876-1960)Helen O'Malley (1879-1959)
Anthony Abbott (1911-1993)
Ethel Louise Abel (1891-1973)Elijah Stark Abel (1868-1925)Amorette Eliza Avery (1868-1939)
Alexander Abel-Smith (1904-1980)Francis Abel Smith (1861-1908)Madeline St. Maur Seymour (1862-1951)
Henry Abel Smith (1900-1993)Francis Abel Smith (1861-1908)Madeline St. Maur Seymour (1862-1951)
Robert Fuller Abell (1919-2010)Clifford Abell (1875-1965)Jennie Ferne Loshbough (1886-1957)
Elva Alice Abercrombie (1921-1985)Roy Christopher Abercrombie (1888-1959)Alice Elizabeth Harker (c1888-)
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Events of the year 1971 at Familypedia

53 people were married in 1971.

 Joined with
Hans-Rune Andersson (1935-)Brigitte Lubert (1940-2015)
Mary Frances Bonazzi (1948- )Paul Michael Urie (1947-)
Margaret Ethelyn Cardon (1921-2016)Stanley Arthur Tanner (1917-1977) + John Marshall Russon (1911-2000)
Andrei Chiliman (1947)Alexandra Juvara (1947)
William Linton Clarke (1950)Susan Rachel Cooke ()
Mihály Daniel de Vargyas (1928)Ilona Gaál (1920) + Natalia Scheel (1930)
Berthe Decapitani (1948-)Horia Horeanga (1938-)
Pamela Beryl Digby (1920-1997)Randolph Frederick Edward Spencer-Churchill (1911-1968)+Leland Hayward (1902-1971)+William Averell Harriman (1891-1986)
Eduardo Alberto Duhalde (1941)Hilda Beatriz González (1946)
Rosemary Joy Dyer (1929-2018)Philip Ascot Tivey (1915-1991)
Voicu Florea (1947-)Alexandra Filotti (1947-) + Adina Cristescu (c1947-2017)
Teréz Friebeisz de Rajka (1852-1910)Ferenc Jeszenszky de Kisjeszen et Megyefalva (1846-1912)
John Henry Hager (1936)Margaret Dickinson Chase (c1941-)
William Averell Harriman (1891-1986)Kitty Lanier Lawrance (1893-1936)+Marie Norton (1903-1970)+Pamela Beryl Digby (1920-1997)
Horia Horeanga (1938-)Berthe Decapitani (1948-) + Françoise Comte (1961-)
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There were 0 military battles in 1971.


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