The 1960s was a decade that began on January 1, 1960 and ended on
December 31, 1969. ... 10 Additional notable world-wide events; 11 See also ....
Major concessions were won for trade union rights, ...
World Events During the 1950s & 60s. 1950 .... the first pocket-size transistor
radio. Before that, all radios had to have tubes and were large, heavy machines.
1956 .... It's a major embarrassment to the Kennedy administration. The Berlin
Wall is ...
Apr 11, 2010 ... Here are the top 10 historical events of the sixties in chronological order: ... They
attacked every major city in South Vietnam and focused on command ... Although
the police used excessive force, the protesters were more than ...
Jul 31, 2014 ... Here are eight events that made history during that unforgettable year. 1. ... that
while in custody, they were held at a POW camp where they were tortured and
starved. ... 20 photos: Photos: Defining moments in '60s TV ...... Forgotten stories
from the '60s – The 1960s is known for the major moments that ....
1960s Prices including inflation prices for homes, wages and cars, Cold War gets
colder, Vietnam War ... 1960s News, Events, Popular Culture and Prices.
Who were the Diggers? ... This page will present all the dates and events listed in
my Sixties Date Machine database, without selecting any particular thread to
present. (Use the Digger Chronology page to view the events and dates that are
Sports were growing in popularity across the board. But one major event stands
out more than any other — which turns out to be the most popular sporting event
Feb 19, 1999 ... As real-life events shaped this turbulent decade, TV shows encouraged ...
industries were quickest to react to the thunderous events of the '60s.
May 6, 2015 ... There are a tremendous number of things that happened in the 1960s that were
important political events that changed the world. There is no ...
Princess Margaret's fashion heyday took place against historic, iconic events of
the 1960s and 70s, from The Beatles taking the world by storm to Neil Armstrong