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1968 ( was a MCMLXVIII) leap year starting on Monday ( dominical letter GF) of the Gregorian calendar, the 1968th year of the Common Era (CE) and (AD) designations, the 968th year of the Anno Domini 2nd millennium, the 68th year of the 20th century, and the 9th year of the 1960s decade. This was the year of the Protests of 1968.
January [ edit ]
February [ edit ]
March 7 – Vietnam War: The First Battle of Saigon ends.
March 8 – The first student protests spark the 1968 Polish political crisis.
March 11 – U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson mandates that all computers purchased by the federal government support the ASCII character encoding. 
March 13 – The first Rotaract club is chartered in North Charlotte, North Carolina.
March 14 – Nerve gas leaks from the U.S. Army Dugway Proving Ground near Skull Valley, Utah.
March 15 – British Foreign Secretary George Brown resigns.
March 17 – A demonstration in London's Grosvenor Square against U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War leads to violence; 91 people are injured, 200 demonstrators arrested.
March 18 – Gold standard: The United States Congress repeals the requirement for a gold reserve to back U.S. currency.
March 19– March 23 – Afrocentrism, Black Power, Vietnam War: Students at Howard University in Washington, D.C., signal a new era of militant student activism on college campuses in the U.S. Students stage rallies, protests and a 5-day sit-in, laying siege to the administration building, shutting down the university in protest over its ROTC program and the Vietnam War, and demanding a more Afrocentric curriculum.
March 22 – Daniel Cohn-Bendit ("Danny the Red") and 7 other students occupy the administrative offices of the University of Nanterre, setting in motion a chain of events that lead France to the brink of revolution in May.
March 24 – Aer Lingus Flight 712 crashes en route from Cork to London near Tuskar Rock, Wexford, killing 61 passengers and crew.
March 26 – Joan Baez marries activist David Harris in New York.
March 28 – Brazilian high school student Edson Luís de Lima Souto is shot by the police in a protest for cheaper meals at a restaurant for low-income students. The aftermath of his death is one of the first major events against the military dictatorship.
March 31 – U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson announces he will not seek re-election.
April 3 – The American movie is released in theaters. Planet of the Apes
April 7 – Racing driver Jim Clark is killed in a Formula 2 race at Hockenheim.
April 8 – The Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs (under Department of Justice) (BNDD) is created.
April 10 – The ferry TEV strikes a Wahine reef at the mouth of Wellington Harbour, New Zealand, with the loss of 53 lives, in Cyclone Giselle, which created the windiest conditions ever recorded in New Zealand.
April 18 – John Rennie's 1831 New London Bridge is sold to Arizona entrepreneur Robert P. McCulloch and is rebuilt in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, reopening on October 5, 1971.
Mobutu releases captured mercenaries in the Congo. Surgeons at the Hôpital de la Pitié, Paris, perform Europe's first heart transplant, on Clovis Roblain.
United Methodist Church is created by the union of the former Methodist and Evangelical United Brethren churches.
April 23– April 30 – Vietnam War: Student protesters at Columbia University in New York City take over administration buildings and shut down the university (see main article Columbia University protests of 1968).
April 26 – The nuclear weapon "Boxcar" is tested at the Nevada Test Site in the biggest detonation of Operation Crosstie.
April 29 – The musical officially opens on Hair Broadway.
May 2 – The Israel Broadcasting Authority commences television broadcasts.
May 3 – Braniff Flight 352 crashes near Dawson, Texas, killing all 85 persons on board.
May 13 – Paris student riots: One million march through the streets of Paris.
May 13 – Manchester City wins the 1967–68 Football League First Division by 2 clear points, over club rivals Manchester United
May 14 – The Beatles announce the creation of Apple Records in a New York press conference.
May 15 – An outbreak of severe thunderstorms produces tornadoes, causing massive damage and heavy casualties in Charles City, Iowa, Oelwein, Iowa, and Jonesboro, Arkansas.
May 16 – Ronan Point, a 23 floor tower block in Canning Town, east London, partially collapses after a gas explosion, killing 5.
May 17 – The Catonsville Nine enter the Selective Service offices in Catonsville, Maryland, take dozens of selective service draft records, and burn them with napalm as a protest against the Vietnam War. May 18 – West Bromwich Albion win the Football Association Cup, defeating Everton 1-0 after extra time. The winning goal was scored by Jeff Astle.
A general election is held in Italy. Nigerian forces capture
Port Harcourt and form a ring around the Biafrans. This contributes to a humanitarian disaster as the surrounded population already suffers from hunger and starvation.
May 22 – The U.S. nuclear-powered submarine sinks with 99 men aboard, 400 miles southwest of the Scorpion Azores.
May 29 – Manchester United wins the European Cup Final, becoming the first English team to do so.
May 30 – Bobby Unser wins the Indianapolis 500.
July 4 – Yachtsman Alec Rose, 59, receives a hero's welcome as he sails into Portsmouth, England after his 354-day round-the-world trip.
July 17 – Saddam Hussein becomes Vice Chairman of the Revolutionary Council in Iraq after a . coup d'état
July 18 – The semiconductor company Intel is founded.
July 20 – The first International Special Olympics Summer Games are held at Soldier Field in Chicago, Ill, with about 1,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities.
July 23– July 28 – Black militants led by Fred (Ahmed) Evans engage in a fierce gunfight with police in the Glenville Shootout of Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States.
July 25 – Pope Paul VI publishes the encyclical entitled , condemning Humanae vitae birth control.
July 26 – Vietnam War: South Vietnamese opposition leader Trương Đình Dzu is sentenced to 5 years hard labor, for advocating the formation of a coalition government as a way to move toward an end to the war.
July 29 – Arenal Volcano erupts in Costa Rica for the first time in centuries.
July 30 – Thames Television starts transmission in London.
August 5– August 8 – The Republican National Convention in Miami Beach, Florida nominates Richard Nixon for U.S. President and Spiro Agnew for Vice President.
August 11 – The last steam passenger train service runs in Britain. A selection of British Railways steam locomotives make the 120-mile journey from Liverpool to Carlisle and return to Liverpool – the journey is known as the Fifteen Guinea Special.
August 18 – Two charter buses are pushed into the Hida River on National Highway Route 41 in Japan, in an accident caused by heavy rain; 104 are killed.
August 20– August 21 – The of political liberalization ends, as 750,000 Prague Spring Warsaw Pact troops and 6,500 tanks with 800 planes invade Czechoslovakia. It is dated as the biggest operation in Europe since WWII ended.
August 21 – The Medal of Honor is posthumously awarded to James Anderson, Jr.–he was the first black U.S. Marine to be awarded the Medal of Honor.
August 24 – France explodes its first hydrogen bomb.
August 22– August 30 – Police clash with anti-war protesters in Chicago, Illinois, outside the 1968 Democratic National Convention, which nominates Hubert Humphrey for U.S. President, and Edmund Muskie for Vice President. The riots and subsequent trials were an essential part of the activism of the Youth International Party.
August 28 – John Gordon Mein, US Ambassador to Guatemala, is assassinated on the streets of Guatemala City. First US Ambassador assassinated in the line of duty.
August 29 – Crown Prince Harald of Norway marries Sonja Haraldsen, the commoner he has dated for 9 years, in Oslo.
September [ edit ]
October [ edit ]
October 1 – Night of the Living Dead premieres in the United States.
October 2 – Tlatelolco massacre: A student demonstration ends in bloodbath at La Plaza de las Tres Culturas in Tlatelolco, Mexico City, Mexico, 10 days before the inauguration of the 1968 Summer Olympics.
October 3 – In Peru, Juan Velasco Alvarado takes power in a revolution.
October 5 – Police baton civil rights demonstrators in Derry, Northern Ireland, marking the beginning of The Troubles.
October 7 – José Feliciano At the height of protests against the Vietnam War, Jose Feliciano performed "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Tiger Stadium in Detroit during Game 5 pre-game ceremonies of the 1968 World Series between the Tigers and the St. Louis Cardinals. His personalized, slow, Latin jazz performance proved highly controversial, opening the door for later interpretations of the national anthem.
October 8 – Vietnam War – Operation Sealords: United States and South Vietnamese forces launch a new operation in the Mekong Delta.
October 10 – 1968 World Series: The Detroit Tigers defeat the St. Louis Cardinals in 7 games (4-3) after being down 3 games to 1, completing an unlikely comeback against the heavily favored Cardinals led by the overpowering right-handed pitcher Bob Gibson.
October 12– October 27 – The Games of the XIX Olympiad are held in Mexico City, Mexico.
October 12 – Equatorial Guinea receives its independence from Spain.
October 14 – Vietnam War: The United States Department of Defense announces that the United States Army and United States Marines will send about 24,000 troops back to Vietnam for involuntary second tours.
October 15 – Led Zeppelin makes their first live performance, at Surrey University in England 
October 18 – US athlete Bob Beamon breaks the long jump world record by 55 cm / 21 3/4ins at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. His record stands for 23 years, and is still the second longest jump in history.
October 20 – Former U.S. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy marries Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis on the Greek island of Skorpios.
October 22 – The Gun Control Act of 1968 is enacted.
October 31 – Vietnam War: Citing progress in the Paris peace talks, U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson announces to the nation that he has ordered a complete cessation of "all air, naval, and artillery bombardment of North Vietnam" effective November 1.
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December [ edit ]
December 3 – If I Can Dream marks the concert return of Elvis Presley.
December 6 – The Rolling Stones release , which contains the classic song " Beggars Banquet Sympathy for the Devil."
December 9 – Douglas Engelbart publicly demonstrates his pioneering hypertext system, NLS, in San Francisco, together with the computer mouse, at what becomes retrospectively known as " The Mother of All Demos".
December 10 – Japan's biggest heist, the never-solved " 300 million yen robbery", occurs in Tokyo.
December 13 – Prompted by growing unrest and proliferation of pro-communist terrorist actions, Brazilian president Artur da Costa e Silva enacts the so-called AI-5, the fifth of a series of non-constitutional emergency decrees that helped stabilize the country after the turmoils of the early 1960s.
December 17 – 11-year-old Mary Bell is found guilty of murdering two small boys and sentenced to life in Detention, but is later released from prison in 1980 and granted anonymity.
December 20 – The Zodiac Killer is believed to have shot Betty Lou Jensen and David Faraday on Lake Herman Road, Benicia, San Francisco Bay, California.
December 24 – Apollo program: U.S. spacecraft enters orbit around the Apollo 8 Moon. Astronauts Frank Borman, Jim Lovell and William A. Anders become the first humans to see the far side of the Moon and planet Earth as a whole. Anders photographs . The crew also Earthrise reads from Genesis.
December 26 – Led Zeppelin make their American debut in Denver, CO.
December 28 – Israeli forces launch an attack on Beirut airport, destroying more than a dozen aircraft.
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January [ edit ]
January 1 – Davor Šuker, Croatian footballer
January 2 – Cuba Gooding Jr., American actor
January 6 – John Singleton, American film director and writer
January 7 – James Brokenshire, British politician
January 9 – Joey Lauren Adams, American actress
January 13 – Pat Onstad, Canadian footballer
January 14 – LL Cool J, American rapper and actor
January 15 – Chad Lowe, American actor
January 16 – Stephan Pastis, American cartoonist
January 17 – Svetlana Masterkova, Russian athlete
January 19 – Matt Hill, Canadian voice actor
January 21 – Charlotte Ross, American actress
January 23 – Yasuhiro Takato, Japanese voice actor
January 27 – Mike Patton, American singer
January 28 – Sarah McLachlan, Canadian singer
January 30 – King Felipe VI of Spain
February [ edit ]
February 2 – Kenny Albert, American sports announcer
February 8 – Gary Coleman, American actor (d. 2010)
February 11 – Lavinia Agache, Romanian artistic gymnast
February 12 – Josh Brolin, American actor
February 14 – Jules Asner, American model and television personality
February 15 – Gloria Trevi, Mexican singer and actress
February 21 – Nitin Ganatra, Kenyan-born English actor
February 24 – Mitch Hedberg, American comedian (d. 2005)
February 27 – Matt Stairs, Canadian baseball player
February 29 – Sam Sneed, American producer and rapper
March 2 – Daniel Craig, British actor
March 3 – Brian Leetch, American ice hockey player
March 5 – Gordon Bajnai, Hungarian Prime Minister
March 6 – Moira Kelly, American actress
March 7 – Jeff Kent, American baseball player
March 10 – Thio Li-ann, Singaporean law academic and Nominated Member of Parliament
March 11 – Lisa Loeb, American singer
March 12 – Aaron Eckhart, American actor
March 14 – James Frain, British actor
March 16 – Trevor Wilson, American basketball player
March 18 – Shinichiro Miki, Japanese voice actor
March 19 – Mots'eoa Senyane, Lesotho diplomat
March 20 – Carlos Almeida, Cape Verdean long-distance runner
March 22 – Euronymous, Norwegian musician (d. 1993)
March 25 – Cathy Dennis, British singer-songwriter, record producer and actress
March 29 – Lucy Lawless, New Zealand actress and singer
March 30 – Celine Dion, Canadian singer
April 8 – Patricia Arquette, American actress
Adam Graves, Canadian ice hockey player
Ott, English musician and record producer
April 13 – Jørn Stubberud, Norwegian musician
April 14 – Anthony Michael Hall, American actor and singer
April 15 – Stacey Williams, American model
April 16 – Martin Dahlin, Swedish football player
April 17 – Julie Fagerholt, Danish fashion designer
April 18 – David Hewlett, English-born Canadian actor, writer and director
April 19 – Ashley Judd, American actress
April 23 – Timothy McVeigh, American terrorist (d. 2001)
April 28 – Howard Donald, British singer ( Take That)
April 30 – T. T. Boy, American porn producer and actor
May 1 – Oliver Bierhoff, German footballer
May 2 – Hikaru Midorikawa, Japanese voice actor
May 7 – Traci Lords, American actress/porn star
May 9 – Marie-José Pérec, French athlete
May 12 – Tony Hawk, American skateboarder
May 13 – Sonja Zietlow, German television presenter
May 16 – Chingmy Yau, Hong Kong actress
May 17 – Constance Menard, French professional dressage rider
May 19 – Kyle Eastwood, American jazz bass musician
May 21 – Julie Vega, Filipino child actress and singer (d. 1985)
May 22 – Graham Linehan, Irish television writer and director
May 24 – Charles De'Ath, English actor
May 26 – Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark
May 28 – Kylie Minogue, Australian actress and singer
May 30 – Zacarias Moussaoui, French-Moroccan 9/11 conspirator
July 5 – Ken Akamatsu, Japanese manga artist
July 9 – Eduardo Santamarina, Mexican actor
July 10 – Hassiba Boulmerka, Algerian athlete
July 13 – Omi Minami, Japanese voice actress
July 15 – Eddie Griffin, American actor and comedian
July 17 – Darren Day, British actor and TV presenter
July 19 – Robert Flynn, American vocalist and guitarist ( Machine Head)
July 21 – Johnnie Barnes, American football player
July 27 – Julian McMahon, Australian actor
July 30 – Terry Crews, American actor and former NFL player
July 30 – Robert Korzeniowski, Polish athlete
September [ edit ]
September 3 – Raymond Coulthard, English actor
September 5 – Thomas Levet, French golfer
September 8 – Paul Mazurkiewicz, American drummer, Cannibal Corpse
September 8 – Louise Minchin, British journalist and news presenter
September 9 – Julia Sawalha, English actress
September 13 – Laura Cutina, Romanian artistic gymnast
September 15 – Danny Nucci, American actor
September 18 – Toni Kukoč, Croatian basketball player
September 22 – Megan Hollingshead, American voice actress
September 23 – Yvette Fielding, English television presenter
September 27 – Mari Kiviniemi, 62nd Prime Minister of Finland
October [ edit ]
October 3 – Paul Crichton, English footballer
Luminița Anghel, Romanian dance/pop recording artist, songwriter, TV personality and politician
Thom Yorke, British singer-songwriter
Troy Davis, American high-profile death row inmate and human rights activist (d. 2011)
Pete Docter, American animator, director
October 12 – Hugh Jackman, Australian actor
October 13 – Tisha Campbell-Martin, American actress and singer
October 14 – Matthew Le Tissier, English footballer
October 17 – Ziggy Marley, Jamaican musician and oldest son of Bob Marley
October 22 – Shaggy, Jamaican singer
October 24 – Mark Walton American story artist, actor
October 27 – Alain Auderset, Swedish writer
October 28 – Juan Orlando Hernández, 55th President of Honduras
October 29 – Tsunku, Japanese singer, music producer, and song composer
November [ edit ]
November 1 – Silvio Fauner, Italian cross-country skier
November 3 – Debbie Rochon, Canadian actress
November 5 – Sam Rockwell, American actor
November 9 – Nazzareno Carusi, Italian classical pianist
November 10 – Tracy Morgan, American actor and comedian
November 11 – David L. Cook, American Christian recording star
November 13 – Pat Hentgen, American baseball player
November 16 – Tammy Lauren, American actress
November 23 – Hamid Hassani, Iranian scholar
November 27 – Michael Vartan, French actor
November 28 – Ken, Japanese musician ( L'Arc-en-Ciel)
November 29 – Jonathan Knight, American singer ( New Kids on the Block)
December [ edit ]
December 2 – Lucy Liu, American actress
December 5 – Margaret Cho, American actress and comedian
December 9 – Kurt Angle, American amateur and professional wrestler, 1996 Olympic gold medalist
December 11 – Monique Garbrecht-Enfeldt, German speed skater
December 17 – Paul Tracy, Canadian race car driver
December 18 – Rachel Griffiths, Australian actress
December 21 – Khrystyne Haje, American actress
December 22 – Dina Meyer, American actress
December 23 – Manuel Rivera-Ortiz, American photographer
December 24 – Choi Jin-sil, South Korean actress and model
December 25 – Helena Christensen, Danish model
December 29 – Tricia Leigh Fisher, American actress and singer
December 30 – Fabrice Guy, French skier
December 31 – Gerry Dee, Canadian actor and stand-up comedian
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January [ edit ]
January 4 – Joseph Pholien, former Prime Minister of Belgium (b. 1884)
January 10 – Theophilus Ebenhaezer Dönges, Former Prime Minister of South Africa, and elected President of South Africa (b. 1898)
January 11 – Moshe Zvi Segal, Israeli linguist and Talmudic scholar, and Israel Prize recipient (b. 1876)
January 15 – Bill Masterton, Canadian hockey player (b. 1938)
January 18 – Bert Wheeler, American actor and comedian (b. 1895)
January 19 – Ray Harroun, American race car driver (b. 1879), winner of the first Indianapolis 500 (1911)
January 21 – Will Lang Jr., American journalist (b. 1914)
January 22 – Duke Kahanamoku, American Olympic swimmer (b. 1890)
January 26 – Merrill C. Meigs, American newspaper publisher and aviation promoter (b. 1883)
January 30 – Robert Wood Johnson, American business leader and philanthropist (b. 1893)
February [ edit ]
February 4 – Neal Cassady, American writer (b. 1926)
February 7 – Nick Adams, American actor (b. 1931)
February 11 – Howard Lindsay, American playwright (b. 1888)
February 13 – Mae Marsh, American actress (b. 1894)
February 19 – Georg Hackenschmidt, German strongman and professional wrestler (b. 1877)
February 20 – Anthony Asquith, British director and writer (b. 1902)
February 21 – Howard Walter Florey, Australian-born pharmacologist, recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine (b. 1898)
February 22 – Peter Arno, American cartoonist (b. 1904)
February 23 – Fannie Hurst, American novelist (b. 1885)
February 27 – Frankie Lymon, American singer (b. 1942)
February 29 – Tore Ørjasæter, Norwegian poet (b. 1886)
April 1 – Lev Davidovich Landau, Russian physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1908)
April 4 – Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., American civil rights activist, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize (assassinated) (b. 1929)
April 7 – Jim Clark, Scottish race car driver (b. 1936)
April 10 – Gustavs Celmiņš, Latvian politician (b. 1899)
April 14 – Al Benton, American baseball player (b. 1911)
April 22 – Stephen H. Sholes, American record executive (b. 1911)
April 24 – Tommy Noonan, American actor (b. 1921)
April 25 – Walter Tewksbury, American athlete (b. 1876)
May 1 – Jack Adams, Canadian ice hockey player and coach (b. 1895)
May 5 – Albert Dekker, American actor (b. 1905)
May 10 – Scotty Beckett, American actor (b. 1929)
May 14 – Husband E. Kimmel, American admiral (b. 1882)
May 21 – Doris Lloyd, English actress (b. 1896)
May 23 – James Burke, American actor (b. 1886)
May 25 – Georg von Küchler, German field marshal (b. 1881)
May 28 – Kees van Dongen, Dutch-French painter (b. 1877)
May 29 – Arnold Susi, Estonian lawyer and politician (b. 1896)
May 31 – Preben Uglebjerg, Danish actor (b. 1931)
July 1 – Virginia Weidler, American actress (b. 1927)
July 6 – Johnny Indrisano, American boxer and actor (b. 1906)
July 18 – Corneille Heymans, Belgian physiologist, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1892)
July 21 – Ruth St. Denis, American dancer (b. 1878)
July 23 – Henry Hallett Dale, English scientist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (b. 1875)
July 27 – Lilian Harvey, British-German actress (b. 1906)
July 28 – Otto Hahn, German chemist, discoverer of nuclear fission, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1879)
July 30 – Alexander Hall, American Theatrical Motion Picture Director (b. 1894)
July 31 – Jack Pizzey, Premier of Queensland, Australia (b. 1911)
September [ edit ]
October [ edit ]
November [ edit ]
November 3 – Vern Stephens, American baseball player (b. 1920)
November 4 – Michel Kikoine, Belarusian painter (b. 1892)
November 6 – Charles Munch, French conductor and violinist (b. 1891)
November 7 – Gordon Coventry, Australian rules footballer (b. 1901)
November 8 – Wendell Corey, American actor (b. 1914)
November 9 – Gerald Mohr, American actor (b. 1914)
November 13 – Berthold Bartosch, Czech animator (b. 1893)
November 15 – Charles Bacon, American Olympic athlete (b. 1885)
November 18 – Walter Wanger, American film producer (b. 1894)
November 23 – Shangguan Yunzhu, Chinese actress (b. 1920)
November 24 – István Dobi, former Hungarian leader (b. 1898)
November 25 – Upton Sinclair, American writer (b. 1878)
November 26 – Arnold Zweig, German writer (b. 1887)
November 28 – Enid Blyton, British children's writer (b. 1897)
December [ edit ]
December 2 – Adamson-Eric, Estonian artist (b. 1902)
December 4 – Archie Mayo, American actor and director (b. 1891)
December 5 – Fred Clark, American actor (b. 1914)
December 9 – Enoch L. Johnson, American political boss and racketeer (b. 1883)
December 12 – Tallulah Bankhead, American actress (b. 1902)
December 14 – Margarete Klose, German soprano (b. 1902)
December 15 – Jess Willard, American boxer (b. 1881)
December 15 – Jian Bozan, Chinese historian (b. 1898)
December 18 – Giovanni Messe, Italian general, field marshal and politician (b. 1883)
December 19 – Norman Thomas, American politician (b. 1884)
December 20 – John Steinbeck, American writer, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1902)
December 21 – Vittorio Pozzo, Italian football player and manager (b. 1886)
December 24 – Leo Otis Colbert, American admiral and engineer, third Director of the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey (b. 1883)
December 26 – Weegee, Ukrainian photographer and photojournalist (b. 1899)
December 31 – George Lewis, American musician (b. 1900)
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Nobel Prizes [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ Navazelskis, Inabhfghh (1990). Alexander Dubcek. Chelsea House Publications. ISBN 1-55546-831-4.
^ Chartres, John (9 January 1968). "Wilson Joins 'I Back Britain '". . London. p. 1. The Times
^ "Italy: The Day the Earth Shook". . 26 January 1968 Time . Retrieved . 2 August 2011
^ "Catalogo Parametrico dei Terremoti Italiani".
^ Lyndon B. Johnson (March 11, 1968). Memorandum Approving the Adoption by the Federal Government of a Standard Code for Information Interchange. The American Presidency Project. Accessed 2008-04-14.
^ "Pierre Elliott Trudeau." Prime Minister of Canada. August 26, 2013. Accessed April 8, 2015.
^ "Rock & Roll Hall of Fame". Archived from the original on July 17, 2015.
^ Mali country profile (PDF), Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress Federal Research Division, January 2005, p. 3
Further reading [ edit ]
Sherman, Daniel J. et al. eds.
The Long 1968: Revisions and New Perspectives (Indiana University Press; 2013) 382 pages; essays by scholars on the cultural and political impact of 1968 in France, Mexico, Northern Ireland, the United States, etc. Kurlansky, Mark. (2004).
1968: The Year that Rocked the World. London: Jonathan Cape. ISBN 978-0-224-06251-0 NPR "
Echoes of 1968" report series.
1968 – The Year in Sound An Audiofile produced by Lou Zambrana of WCBS Newsradio 880 (WCBS-AM New York) Part of WCBS 880's celebration of 40 years of newsradio.
TIME Magazine, 40th Anniversary Special (2008). "1968: The Year That Changed the World."
NEWSWEEK Magazine. " 1968: The Year That Made Us Who We Are." November 19, 2007.
1968: The Year That Shaped a Generation, time.com, January 11, 1988.
1968 Coin Pictures
Magnum Photos, Historic photos from 1968
BBC Radio 4 – 1968 Myth or Reality? – six months of 'news on this day' programmes and documentaries
Interactive 1968 Timeline
Reflections on 1968 Read people's memories of the year 1968. Minnesota Historical Society
External links [ edit ]