Ẹ̀wádún 1960

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Ọdún: 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969
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Vietnam War The Beatles JFK assassination I Have a Dream speech Woodstock Festival Great Leap Forward Moon landing
From left, clockwise: A soldier lies on the ground during the Vietnam War; The arrival of The Beatles in the U.S., and subsequent appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964, marked the start of the "British Invasion," contributing to the band's phenomenal success and tremendous influence on popular music in the U.S and around the world; The Woodstock Festival was held in upstate New York in 1969 in front of 400,000 concert-goers and featured some of the top rock musicians of the era; For the first time in history, a human being sets his foot on the Moon, in the Moon landing of July 1969; China's Mao Zedong executes the Great Leap Forward, a disastrous attempt to modernize the Chinese economy that ended in severe grain shortages and the deaths of tens of millions of people; President John F. Kennedy in the presidential limousine, minutes before his assassination on November 22, 1963; Martin Luther King Jr. makes his famous "I Have a Dream" speech to a crowd of over a million during the March on Washington in 1963.


Ẹ̀wádún 1960