Wikimedia Commons has media related to . 1971 1971 ( ) was a MCMLXXI common year of the starting on Friday , the 1971st year of the Gregorian calendar (CE) and Common Era (AD) designations, the 971st year of the Anno Domini , the 71st year of the 2nd millennium , and the 2nd year of the 20th century decade. 1970s
The year 1971 had three partial solar eclipses (
, February 25 and July 22 ) and two total lunar eclipses ( August 20 , and February 10 ). August 6
The world population increased by 2.1% this year, the highest increase in history.
 Events January January 2 : A stairway crush at the Rangers vs. Celtic Ibrox disaster match in , Scotland, kills 66. Glasgow A ban on radio and television advertisements goes into effect in the United States. cigarette  – January 3 BBC begins in the United Kingdom. Open University – The first ever January 5 One Day International match is played between Australia and England at the cricket . Melbourne Cricket Ground – January 8 kidnap Geoffrey Jackson, British ambassador to Tupamaros , in Uruguay , keeping him captive until September. Montevideo – January 9 president Uruguayan demands emergency powers for 90 days due to kidnappings, and receives them the next day. Jorge Pacheco Areco – The landmark television sitcom January 12 , starring All in the Family as Carroll O'Connor , debuts on Archie Bunker . CBS – Seventy January 14 political prisoners are released in Brazilian , Chile; Giovanni Enrico Bucher is released Santiago . January 16 – The January 15 officially opens in Egypt. Aswan High Dam – The January 17 defeat the Baltimore Colts 16-13 in Dallas Cowboys to win the Super Bowl V championship. The Colts scored the winning points on a 32-yard field goal by Jim O'Brien with five seconds remaining. January 18 – Representatives of 23 western oil companies begin negotiations with January 19 in OPEC to stabilize Tehran prices; oil they sign a treaty with 6 February 14 countries. Khalij el-Arab – The January 24 government sentences to death 92 Guineans who helped Portuguese troops in the failed landing attempts in November Guinean ; 72 are sentenced to 1970 for life; 58 of the sentenced are hanged the next day. hard labor January 25 – January 31 : Apollo program (carrying astronauts Apollo 14 , Alan Shepard , and Stuart Roosa ) lifts off on the third successful lunar landing mission. Edgar Mitchell February February 4 – February 5 lands on the Moon. Apollo 14 – The 4.6 February 6 Mb shook the Italian province of Viterbo with a maximum Tuscania earthquake of VIII ( Mercalli intensity Severe), causing 24 deaths, 150 injuries, and extreme damage. February 7 Switzerland gives women voting rights in state elections, but not in all -specific ones. canton is expelled from the Central Council of the Polish Communist Party. Władysław Gomułka – A new February 8 called the stock market index debuts. Nasdaq Composite February 9 – A February 10 was visible from Pacific, Americas, Europe, Africa, and was the 50th lunar eclipse of total lunar eclipse . Lunar Saros 123 – The US, UK, USSR and others sign the February 11 , outlawing Seabed Treaty on the ocean floor. nuclear weapons – February 11 – Palestinian and Jordanian fighters clash in February 12 . Amman – February 13 : Backed by American air and artillery support, Vietnam War troops invade South Vietnamese . Laos February 15 – In Italy, a local parliament elects the city of February 16 as the capital of Catanzaro ; residents of Calabria riot for 5 days because of the decision. Reggio di Calabria February 20 – The February 21 is signed at Convention on Psychotropic Substances . Vienna – A February 25 was visible from Europe, Africa, Asia, and was the 18th solar eclipse of partial solar eclipse . Solar Saros 149 – Secretary General February 26 signs the U Thant proclamation of the United Nations as vernal equinox . Earth Day – Doctors in the first Dutch February 27 (Mildredhuis in abortion clinic ) start to perform Arnhem . abortus provocatus – February 28 sets a world record and jumps 19 cars in Evel Knievel . Ontario, California March March 1 – The southern part of March 4 , and especially Quebec , receive 16½" (42 cm) of snow in what becomes known as the Montreal ( Century's Snowstorm la tempête du siècle). – The March 5 army occupies Pakistani . In East Pakistan , a Belfast show includes the first public performance of " Led Zeppelin ," a song from the Stairway to Heaven . fourth album – A fire in a mental hospital at March 6 , Switzerland, kills 28 people. Burghölzli March 7 The British postal workers' strike, led by General Secretary UPW , ends after 47 days. Tom Jackson , political leader of then Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (present day- East Pakistan ), delivers a now-famous speech in the Racecourse Field in Bangladesh , calling on the masses to be prepared to fight for national independence. Dhaka March 8 – March 10 replaces William McMahon as the John Gorton / Liberal Country Coalition , after Gorton resigned following a Prime Minister of Australia that was tied 33-all. vote of confidence – March 12 becomes president of Hafez al-Assad . Syria – March 12 – 13 plays their legendary concert at the The Allman Brothers Band . Fillmore East – March 16 forms a government in Norway. Trygve Bratteli – A landslide at Chungar, March 18 crashes into Peru , killing 200. Yanawayin Lake – General March 23 of Alejandro Lanusse takes power in a military coup. Argentina – The March 25 army starts Pakistani in Operation Searchlight (now East Pakistan ) from midnight, after President Bangladesh , a military ruler, voids election results that gave the Agha Muhammad Yahya Khan an overwhelming majority in the parliament. Awami League March 26 – March 27 (now East Pakistan ) independence is repeatedly declared by Army Major (later President of Bangladesh) Bangladesh on behalf of Ziaur Rahman from Kalurghat Radio Station, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman . Chittagong – March 28 airs its final episode. The Ed Sullivan Show March 29 April May May 1 begins inter-city rail passenger service in the United States. Amtrak The government promises Ceylonese for those guerillas who surrender before amnesty . April 5 – In May 2 , left-wing guerillas launch a series of assaults against public buildings. Ceylon May 3 wins the Arsenal F.C. at the home of their bitter rivals, , with Tottenham Hotspur scoring the winner. (Arsenal will go on to win the league and cup 'double' six days later by defeating Ray Kennedy in the Liverpool final). FA Cup The Harris Poll claims that 60% of Americans are against the . Vietnam War East German leader resigns as Communist Party leader but retains the position of head of state. Walter Ulbricht : Anti-war militants attempt to disrupt government business in 1971 May Day Protests ; police and military units arrest as many as 12,000, most of whom are later released. Washington, D.C. – The May 5 floods the European US dollar and threatens especially the currency markets ; the central banks of Austria, Belgium, Netherlands and Switzerland stop the currency trading. Deutsche Mark – The May 6 government begins a major offensive against the Ceylon . People's Liberation Front May 9 – An May 12 in earthquake destroys most of the city of Turkey . Burdur – Efraim Elrom, May 15 ambassador to Turkey, is kidnapped; he is found killed in Israeli Istanbul . May 25 – A coup attempt is exposed and foiled in May 16 . Egypt May 18 The U.S. Congress formally votes to end funding for the American Supersonic Transport program. The win the Montréal Canadiens against the Stanley Cup . The Canadiens became only the second team in Chicago Blackhawks history to win the Cup in game 7 on the road, and did so after the home team won each of the previous six games in the series. This also marked the last NHL game that the late NHL played. Jean Béliveau – May 19 : Mars probe program is launched by the Mars 2 . Soviet Union – An May 22 lasting 20 seconds destroys most of earthquake , Bingöl – more than 1,000 are killed, 10,000 made homeless. Turkey – An air crash at May 23 , Rijeka Airport kills 78 people, mostly British tourists. Yugoslavia May 26 Austria and the People's Republic of China establish diplomatic relations. agrees to pay $500,000 to bomb hoaxer-extortionist Mr. Brown (Peter Macari), who is later arrested. Qantas May 27 Six armed passengers hijack a passenger plane and force it to fly to Romanian . Vienna auctions a diamond known as Christie's ; it is later found to be artificially colored. Deepdene – Portugal resigns from May 28 . UNESCO – May 30 : Mariner program is launched toward Mariner 9 . Mars – The birth of May 31 is declared by the government in exile, in territory formerly part of Bangladesh . Pakistan June June – passes its Chapter 766 laws enacting Massachusetts . special education – June 1 : Vietnam Veterans for a Just Peace, claiming to represent the majority of U.S. veterans who served in Vietnam War , speak against war protests. Southeast Asia June 6 June 10 The U.S. ends its of China. trade embargo Corpus Thursday: A student rally on the streets of Mexico City is roughly dispersed. – June 11 becomes the first Neville Bonner to sit in the Indigenous Australian . Australian Parliament June 13 – Norway begins oil production in the June 14 . 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  President declares the U.S. Richard Nixon . War on Drugs – June 18 , a Southwest Airlines , begins its first flights between low-cost carrier , Dallas , and Houston . San Antonio – Britain announces that Soviet space scientist Anatoli Fedoseyev has been granted asylum. June 20 – Britain begins new negotiations for June 21 membership in Luxembourg. – June 25 accuses the U.S. of being connected to the plot to oust the government; the U.S. recalls its ambassador. Madagascar – Concert promoter June 27 closes the legendary Bill Graham , which first opened on 2nd Avenue (between 5th and 6th Streets) in New York City on March 8, 1968. Fillmore East – Assassin Jerome A. Johnson shoots June 28 , boss of his eponymous crime family, in the head in a middle of an Joe Colombo rally, putting him in a coma. Italian-American June 30 July July – secretariat inaugurated. Nordic Council – July 3 , lead singer of Jim Morrison , is found dead in his bathtub in Paris, France. The Doors – July 4 posts the first Michael S. Hart , a copy of the e-book , on the United States Declaration of Independence 's University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign , the origin of mainframe computer . Project Gutenberg  – July 5 : The Right to vote , formally certified by President 26th Amendment to the United States Constitution , lowers the voting age from 21 to 18. Richard Nixon – July 6 is proclaimed Hastings Banda of President for Life . Malawi – The United Kingdom increases its troops in July 9 to 11,000. Northern Ireland – July 10 – Coup attempt in 11 : 1,400 cadets take over the king's palace for three 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). Morocco – July 10 makes her Gloria Steinem . Address to the Women of America – July 11 mines in Copper are nationalized. Chile July 13 – July 14 severs its diplomatic ties with Libya . Morocco – American President July 15 announces his Richard Nixon . 1972 visit to China – Italy and Austria sign a treaty that ends the schism about July 17 . South Tyrol – The July 18 are formed in the Trucial States . Persian Gulf – The South Tower of the July 19 in World Trade Center is topped out at 1,362 feet (415 m), making it the second tallest building in the world. New York City – July 19 – Major Hashem al-Atta ousts Jaafar Muhammad al-Nimeiri in a military coup in 23 . Fighting continues until on Sudan , when pro-Nimeiri troops win. Al-Atta and three officers are executed. July 22 – A July 22 was visible from Asia and North America, and was the 70th and final solar eclipse of partial solar eclipse . Solar Saros 116 – July 24 of Georgina Rizk will be crowned Lebanon . Miss Universe 1971 – July 25 – 30 records in Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli two Munich works for Debussy ; it is his fifth recording. Deutsche Grammophon – July 26 (carrying astronauts Apollo 15 , David Scott , and Alfred Worden ) is launched. James Irwin – July 28 , Abdel Khaliq Mahjub communist leader, is hanged. Sudanese – The United Kingdom opts out of the July 29 , with the cancellation of its Space Race launch vehicle. Black Arrow – In Japan, an July 30 All Nippon Airways collides with a Japanese fighter jet; 162 people are killed. Boeing 727 – July 31 astronauts Apollo 15 and David Scott become the first to ride in the James Irwin , a day after landing on the Moon. Lunar Roving Vehicle August August – erupts in Camden, New Jersey following the beating death of a race riots motorist by city police. Looting and arson occurred. This is 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 Puerto Rican , considered by some to be the first Howard Unruh in the United States. The riots result in the demise of Camden's mass murderer and Sears branches. Also in 1971, A&P is established, with Camden native Leon Huff as co-founder. Philadelphia International Records – In New York City, 40,000 attend August 1 . The Concert for Bangladesh – August 2 debuts its trademark J. C. Penney wordmark which has been used ever since. Helvetica – The August 5 (SPF) is established. South Pacific Forum – A August 6 lasting 1 hour, 40 minutes, and 4 seconds is observed, was visible from South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and was the 38th lunar eclipse of total lunar eclipse . Lunar Saros 128 – August 7 returns to Apollo 15 . Earth August 9 – August 10 , the first book in the Mr. Tickle series is first published. Mr. Men – Construction begins on the August 11 in Louisiana Superdome . New Orleans August 12 August 14 British troops are stationed on the Ireland border to stop arms smuggling. declares independence as the State of Bahrain (As of 2018 officially the Kingdom of Bahrain). Bahrain August 15 August 18 – August 19 – A right-wing coup ignites a rebellion in 22 . Miners and students join troops to support president Bolivia , but eventually Juan José Torres takes over. Hugo Banzer August 20 – A bomb made of two hand grenades by communist rebels explodes in the August 21 campaign party in Liberal Party in Plaza Miranda the Quiapo, Manila , injuring several anti- Philippines political candidates. Marcos August 25 – A civilian government takes power in Greece. August 26 – The August 30 under Progressive Conservatives defeat the Peter Lougheed government under Social Credit in a Harry E. Strom , ending 36 years of uninterrupted power for Social Credit in general election . Alberta September September – opens when forces of the Operation Sourisak Montry VIII recapture several positions in the territory of Royal Thai Army on the south bank of the Laos in response to an encroaching Chinese presence to the north. Mekong September 3 – A September 4 ( Boeing 727 ) crashes into the side of a mountain near Alaska Airlines Flight 1866 , killing all 111 people on board. Juneau, Alaska – In Washington, D.C., the September 8 is inaugurated, with the opening feature being the premiere of John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 's Leonard Bernstein . Mass – September 9 – 13 : – A revolt breaks out at the maximum-security prison in Attica Prison riot . In the end, Attica, New York and the state police storm the facility; 42 are killed, 10 of them hostages. United States National Guard – September 17 retires as an Associate Justice of the Hugo L. Black after serving for 34 years, at the time a record for longevity. Black died eight days later. Supreme Court of the United States – September 19 (Victoria, Australia) cease to run. Trams in Ballarat – September 21 declares a Pakistan . state of emergency – Britain expels 90 KGB and GRU officials; 15 are not allowed to return. September 24 – September 27 – Japanese Emperor October 11 travels abroad. Hirohito – September 28 Cardinal , who has taken refuge in the U.S. Embassy in József Mindszenty since Budapest , is allowed to leave Hungary. 1956 – A September 29 in the cyclone , in the Indian state of Bay of Bengal , kills 10,000. Odisha October November establishes the world's first domestic violence shelter in Erin Pizzey , London. Chiswick   – The November 3 is published. Programmer's Manual UNIX – November 6 : The U.S. tests a thermonuclear warhead at Operation Grommet in Alaska, code-named Project Cannikin. At around 5 Amchitka Island , it is the largest ever U.S. megatons . underground detonation – November 8 releases their fourth studio album Led Zeppelin , which goes on to sell 23,000,000 copies in the United States. Led Zeppelin IV – A November 9 Royal Air Force C-130 crashes into the near Ligurian Sea , killing all 51 people on board. Leghorn, Italy – In November 10 , Cambodia forces attack Khmer Rouge and its airport, killing 44, wounding at least 30 and damaging 9 Phnom Penh . airplanes – Vietnam War – November 12 : U.S. President Vietnamization sets February 1, 1972, as the deadline for the removal of another 45,000 American troops from Richard M. Nixon . Vietnam – November 13 : Mariner program becomes the first spacecraft to enter Mariner 9 orbit successfully. Mars – November 14 is enthroned. Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria November 15 – November 18 gains independence from the Oman . United Kingdom – A bridge still in construction, called Elevado Engenheiro Freyssinet, falls over the Paulo de Frontin Avenue, in November 20 , Rio de Janeiro ; 48 people are killed and several injured. Reconstructed, the bridge is a part of the Linha Vermelha elevate. Brazil – In Britain's worst mountaineering tragedy, the November 22 , five children and one of their leaders are found dead from Cairngorm Plateau Disaster in the Scottish mountains. exposure – The People's Republic of China takes the November 23 's seat on the Republic of China (see United Nations Security Council ). China and the United Nations November 24 During a severe storm over State, a man calling himself Washington parachutes from the D. B. Cooper plane he had 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). Northwest Orient Airlines A court sentences pretender Brussels to 18 months in jail for falsely using a noble title; Brimeyer has already fled to Greece. Alexis Brimeyer – The 59th November 28 Game sees the Grey Cup beat the Calgary Stampeders 14-11. Toronto Argonauts – November 30 forces occupy the Iranian islands of Persian Gulf (joint occupation by agreement with Abu Musa ) and the Sharjah (taken by force from Greater and Lesser Tunbs ). Ras Al Khaimah  December Date unknown Births January January 1 January 2 – January 3 , Canadian ice hockey player Cory Cross – January 5 , Japanese actress Mayuko Takata January 7 January 9 – January 11 , American singer Mary J. 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Miguel Calero ) 2012 – April 15 , English voice actress Kate Harbour April 16 April 18 April 19 April 20 – April 22 , first Japanese space tourist Daisuke Enomoto – April 23 , American television producer and writer, and novelist D.B. Weiss April 24 April 28 April 29 – April 30 , Irish novelist John Boyne May May 1 – May 5 , American rapper Dresta – May 7 , Australian rugby league player Billy Moore – May 8 , American pro speed skier Ross Anderson May 10 – May 12 , American professional wrestler Doug Basham – May 14 , American filmmaker Sofia Coppola – May 15 , American strength athlete Phil Pfister May 17 May 19 – May 20 , American race car driver Tony Stewart – May 21 , Indian film director, producer and distributor Aditya Chopra – May 23 , British politician George Osborne May 24 – May 25 , Lithuanian-Russian singer and actress Kristina Orbakaitė – May 26 , American actor and producer Matt Stone May 27 – May 28 , Cuban-American politician, Marco Rubio ( U.S Senator - R ) Fl. 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Juan Camilo Mouriño ) 2008 August 2 , British actress Alice Evans , Northern Irish footballer – August 4 , American race car driver Jeff Gordon – August 5 , Latvian Prime Minister and European Commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis August 6 – August 8 , American author and poet Ali Liebegott – August 9 , American television personality and technology analyst (d. James Kim ) 2006 August 10 August 12 August 13 August 17 – August 18 , Irish-born British electronic musician Aphex Twin – August 19 , German television presenter Guido Cantz – August 20 , English comedy actor David Walliams August 21 August 22 August 25 August 26 – August 27 , Hong Kong actor and singer Julian Cheung August 28 – August 29 , American actress Carla Gugino August 31 September September 1 September 2 – September 4 , Hong Kong actress Anita Yuen – September 6 , Irish singer ( Dolores O'Riordan ) (d. The Cranberries ) 2018 – September 7 , African-American professional boxer Shane Mosley September 8 September 9 September 11 – September 13 , British fashion designer, daughter of Stella McCartney Paul McCartney September 14 September 15 – September 16 , American actress Amy Poehler – September 17 , German cyclist Jens Voigt September 18 – September 19 , African-American actress Sanaa Lathan – September 20 , Swedish footballer September 21 September 22 – September 23 , South Korean actress Lee Mi-yeon – September 24 , American paleontologist and entomologist Michael S. Engel – September 25 , English actress Jessie Wallace – September 27 , Mexican artist Horacio Sandoval – September 29 , Turkish pop/rock/jazz singer Sibel Tüzün September 30 October October 2 – October 3 , American pop singer Kevin Richardson – October 4 , Indonesian architect, politician and current governor of West Java Ridwan Kamil – October 5 , Canadian voice actor and singer Sam Vincent – October 7 , Australian singer and songwriter Melinda Schneider October 10 – October 11 , Indian television anchor and actor Aman Verma – October 12 , Vietnamese singer Đàm Vĩnh Hưng October 13 October 14 – October 16 ( Mirko Reisser ), German graffiti-artist DAIM October 17 – October 18 , South Korean footballer Yoo Sang-chul October 20 , African-American rapper, singer, songwriter, producer, media personality, entrepreneur, and actor Snoop Dogg , New Zealand actress and comedian Rachel House , Australian singer Dannii Minogue – October 21 , English jewelry designer Jade Jagger – October 23 , 11th Bohuslav Sobotka Prime Minister of the Czech Republic October 24 October 25 October 26 October 29 – October 30 , Canadian actor, voice actor and screenwriter Peter New November November 3 – November 4 , Indian actress Tabu – November 5 , English musician and composer Jonny Greenwood November 7 November 8 November 10 , American/Latin rapper (d. Big Pun ) 2000 , Indonesian politician and the current deputy speaker of the Indonesian People's Representative Council Fahri Hamzah , Iranian actress and movie director Niki Karimi – November 11 , American actor and television director David DeLuise November 12 November 14 November 16 – November 17 , British chess player Michael Adams – November 18 , Turkish singer Özlem Tekin November 19 November 20 , New Zealand cricket captain Dion Nash , Italian-born American comedian, actor, writer, producer, and television host Joel McHale – November 21 , American-German television personality and American football player Michael Strahan November 22 November 23 – November 24 , Canadian hockey player Keith Primeau November 25 – November 27 , American actor Kirk Acevedo – November 28 , Norwegian musician Fenriz – November 29 , English-Japanese actress Naoko Mori November 30 December December 1 – December 2 , Japanese Mine Yoshizaki manga artist – December 5 , American actress Kali Rocha December 6 December 7 – December 8 , Turkish football player Abdullah Ercan December 10 – December 12 , Kenyan long-distance runner Sammy Korir December 13 December 15 December 16 December 17 December 18 – December 19 , American actress Amy Locane – December 20 , New Zealand opera singer Simon O'Neill – December 21 , American singer and songwriter Natalie Grant – December 22 , Moroccan long-distance runner Khalid Khannouchi December 23 December 24 December 25 – December 26 , American actor and musician ( Jared Leto ) Thirty Seconds to Mars December 27 – December 28 , Japanese voice actress Machiko Toyoshima – December 31 , American basketball player Brent Barry Date unknown Deaths January – January 3 , Italian Salesian priest, missionary, and servant of God (b. Carlo Braga ) 1889 – January 4 , American psychic spiritual medium, clairaudient (b. Arthur Ford ) 1896 – January 5 , Canadian film sound engineer (b. Douglas Shearer ) 1899 – January 9 , American baseball player ( Elmer Flick ) and a member of the Cleveland Indians (b. MLB Hall of Fame ) 1876 – January 10 , French fashion designer (b. Coco Chanel ) 1883 – January 12 , British admiral (b. John Tovey ) 1885 – January 14 , Spanish Dadaist author (b. Guillermo de Torre ) 1900 – January 15 , American actor (b. John Dall ) 1918 – January 20 , American actor, director, writer, and producer (b. Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson ) 1880 – January 23 , Austria-born chemist (b. Fritz Feigl ) 1875 January 24 January 25 – January 27 , 19th Jacobo Árbenz (b. President of Guatemala ) 1913 – January 28 , British psychoanalyst (b. Donald Winnicott ) 1896 – Dalisay Lazaga, Filipino Canossian sister and teacher (b. January 30 ) 1940 – January 31 , Russian literary historian, linguist (b. Viktor Maksimovich Zhirmunsky ) 1891 February February 1 – February 2 , Spanish architect and city planner (b. Secundino Zuazo ) 1887 – February 3 , American actor (b. Jay C. Flippen ) 1899 February 4 February 5 – February 8 , English painter (b. Charles Walter Simpson ) 1885 – February 12 , American businessman and entrepreneur, founder of James Cash Penney (b. J. C. Penney ) 1875 – February 13 , German theologian (b. Emil Fuchs ) 1874 – February 17 , American lawyer, educator, author and diplomat (b. Adolf A. Berle ) 1895 – February 18 , Brazilian archbishop (b. Jaime de Barros Câmara ) 1894 – February 19 , United States Marine Corps officer, author and historian (b. Edwin North McClellan ) 1881 – February 22 , American politician (b. William B. Hartsfield ) 1890 – February 25 , Swedish chemist, Theodor Svedberg laureate (b. Nobel Prize ) 1884 – February 26 , Japanese athlete (b. Yahei Miura ) 1895 March – March 5 , French philosopher and writer (b. Jean Grenier ) 1898 – March 6 , U.S. anatomist and embryologist (b. Herbert McLean Evans ) 1882 – March 7 , American studio executive (b. Barney Balaban ) 1887 March 8 March 9 March 11 – March 12 , American actor (b. David Burns ) 1902 March 16 – March 17 , American painter (b. Elizabeth Okie Paxton ) 1877 – March 18 , American film and theatrical agent (b. Leland Hayward ) 1902 – March 19 , British socialist activist and journalist (b. Winifred Horrabin ) 1887 – March 22 , American actress and vaudevillian (b. Nella Walker ) 1886 – March 23 , English film director (b. Basil Dearden ) 1911 March 24 – March 31 , United States march music (b. Karl King ) 1891 April – April 1 , Basque painter, illustrator, and ceramist (b. Ramiro Arrue ) 1892 – April 3 , American gangster (b. Joseph Valachi ) 1904 April 6 – April 8 , Slovene architect (b. Ivan Vurnik ) 1884 – April 12 , Russian physicist, Igor Tamm laureate (b. Nobel Prize ) 1895 – April 13 , Estonian writer (b. Juhan Smuul ) 1922 – April 15 , Estonian writer and critic (b. Friedebert Tuglas ) 1886 – April 16 , Commissioner of American baseball (b. William Eckert ) 1909 – April 17 , American attorney, acting William Corbett (b. Governor of Guam ) 1902 – April 19 , Canadian athlete (b. Earl Thomson ) 1895 – April 20 , English actor (b. Cecil Parker ) 1897 April 21 – April 22 , 1st Viscount Portal of Hungerford, Marshal of the Charles Portal (b. Royal Air Force ) 1893 – April 26 , former T. V. Soong (b. Premier of the Republic of China ) 1891 – April 29 , Russian astronomer (b. Nikolai P. Barabashov ) 1894 – April 30 , Finnish athlete (b. Albin Stenroos ) 1889 May – May 1 , American actress (b. Glenda Farrell ) 1904 – May 6 , German actress (b. Helene Weigel ) 1900 – May 8 , American Olympic rower - Men's eights (b. Frederick Sheffield ) 1902 – May 11 , 4th Seán Lemass of Ireland (b. Taoiseach ) 1899 – May 12 , Swedish wrestler and actor (b. Tor Johnson ) 1903 – May 19 , American poet (b. Ogden Nash ) 1902 – May 27 , Australian actor (b. Chips Rafferty ) 1909 May 28 , Uruguayan political figure and physician (b. Eduardo Blanco Acevedo ) 1884 , Canadian doctor, teacher, and pioneer (b. Garnet Kearney ) 1884 , Korean writer, journalist, feminist activist, Kim Iryeop (b. Buddhist nun ) 1896 , Irish engineer (b. Thomas McLaughlin ) 1896 , American World War II hero and actor (b. Audie Murphy ) 1924 , the sixth Bishop of Dover in the modern era (b. Alfred Rose (bishop) ) 1884 , New Zealand feminist and communist (b. Miriam Soljak ) 1879 , French stage actor (b. Jean Vilar ) 1912 – May 30 , French composer (b. Marcel Dupré ) 1886 June – June 1 , American theologian (b. Reinhold Niebuhr ) 1892 – June 4 , Hungarian Marxist philosopher, aesthetician, literary historian, and critic (b. György Lukács ) 1885 June 8 June 10 – June 11 , English violinist and bandleader (b. Ambrose ) 1896 – June 14 , 8th Carlos P. Garcia (b. President of the Philippines ) 1896 June 15 – June 16 , British broadcasting executive (b. John Reith, 1st Baron Reith ) 1889 June 18 – June 24 , American football player (b. ) 1918 June 25 June 29 June 30 July July 1 – July 3 , American singer ( Jim Morrison ) (b. The Doors ) 1943 July 4 – July 6 , African-American jazz trumpeter (b. Louis Armstrong ) 1901 July 7 – July 10 , German artist (b. George Kenner ) 1888 – July 13 , American admiral (b. Joseph J. Clark ) 1893 – July 15 , American voice actor (b. Bill Thompson ) 1913 – July 17 , American actor (b. Cliff Edwards ) 1895 July 19 – July 21 , Hungarian-American professor of biochemistry (b. Michael Somogyi ) 1883 – July 22 , Premier of Saskatchewan, Canada ( Ross Thatcher –1971) (b. 1964 ) 1917 July 23 July 24 – July 25 , Ojibwa/Chippewa Native American leader (b. Alfred Michael "Chief" Venne ) 1879 – July 26 , American photographer (b. Diane Arbus ) 1923 – July 27 , Northern Irish footballer (b. Charlie Tully ) 1924 – July 30 , Australian poet (b. Kenneth Slessor ) 1901 – July 31 , French-born actor, theater director, drama theorist and radio broadcaster (b. Michel Saint-Denis ) 1897 August August 2 – August 3 , Australian swimmer, diver, and aquatic performer (b. Beatrice Kerr ) 1887 – August 4 , United States federal judge (b. E. Barrett Prettyman ) 1891 – August 5 , American inventor (b. Royal Rife ) 1888 – August 10 , CICM Missionaries (b. Antoine Mostaert ) 1881 – August 11 , Australian naturalist, microbiologist, mycologist and ornithologist (b. John Burton Cleland ) 1878 – August 12 , American political cartoonist, recipient of the 1950 James T. Berryman (b. Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning ) 1902 – August 13 , American saxophonist (b. King Curtis ) 1934 – August 14 , Building standards campaigner (b. Elsy Borders ) 1905 August 15 – August 17 , American actor (b. Horace McMahon ) 1906 – August 20 , Bangladeshi war hero (b. Matiur Rahman ) 1945 – August 21 , American author (b. George Jackson ) 1941 – August 24 , American archaeologist (b. Carl Blegen ) 1887 – August 25 , American musician and entertainer (b. Ted Lewis ) 1890 August 27 August 28 September – September 5 , American football player (b. George Trafton ) 1897 – September 7 , American actress (b. Spring Byington ) 1886 – September 8 , American Olympic athlete (b. Emmett Toppino ) 1909 – September 10 , Italian actress (b. Pier Angeli ) 1932 September 11 – September 12 , Chinese defense minister (b. Lin Biao ) 1907 – September 14 , Bangladeshi novelist (b. Tarasankar Bandyopadhyay ) 1898 – September 17 , Brazilian military officer turned guerrilla leader (b. Carlos Lamarca ) 1937 – September 20 , Greek writer, Giorgos Seferis laureate (b. Nobel Prize ) 1900 – September 21 , Argentine physiologist, Bernardo Houssay laureate (b. Nobel Prize ) 1887 – September 22 , British journalist (b. Lilian Bland ) 1878 September 23 – September 24 , German actress (b. Hedwiga Reicher ) 1884 – September 25 , American Hugo Black Justice (b. Supreme Court ) 1886 – September 26 , British air marshal (b. Sir Robert Saundby ) 1896 October October 2 – October 3 , American actress (b. Leah Baird ) 1883 – October 6 , Bengali director, writer, and actor (b. Debaki Bose ) 1898 October 7 – October 8 , Dutch composer (b. Johanna Bordewijk-Roepman ) 1892 – October 9 , American civil rights lawyer (b. Peter Rindskopf ) 1942 – October 10 , British educational psychologist (b. Sir Cyril Burt ) 1883 October 11 October 12 October 13 October 16 – October 19 , American actress (b. Betty Bronson ) 1906 October 21 – October 24 , American composer (b. Carl Ruggles ) 1876 – October 27 , American printmaker and painter (b. Gustave Baumann ) 1881 October 29 November – November 1 , German writer of novels, poems and essays (b. Gertrud von Le Fort ) 1876 – November 2 , American actress (b. 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