This page relates to the year 1967 Gregorian Calendrier.
- March 28th: Encyclical Populorum progressio . Paul VI declares that “the social question became world” and that “the development is not reduced to the simple economic growth”, it must be integral; it is “the new name of peace”. To diffuse this message, he undertakes many voyages.
- April 28th: Opening of the World Fair of Montreal (Quebec/Canada) the Expo 67 , is a major celebration of architecture, of design, fashion and culture. It will have a major influence on the people of Quebec which regards this event as most important of its history. More 50 000 000 visitors (end the October 27th).
- May 10th, GATT: agreements of Geneva lowering by 35% the customs tariffs of certain industrial products.
- May 16th: End of the Kennedy Round within the framework of GATT: lower customs tariffs by 40% per 50 countries.
- July 25th: On a journey to Istanbul, Paul VI meets the patriarch Athénagoras, chief of the orthodoxe Église of Constantinople, in order to develop oecumenism.
Congress of the International Peace Research Institute Oslö with Oslo.
- March 18th: The Torrey Canyon , a giant tanker, is failed on reefs close to the British Cornouailles and lets escape part of its 119 000 tons of crude oil.
- April 21st: Military and seizure of power coup d'etat by the “colonels” in Greece (fine in 1974).
- May 23rd: Set fire to department stores " The innovation" with Brussels, 323 dead.
- the three communities ECSC, the EEC and Euratom, are joined together to form the European Community (EC). They preserve their own legal statute and their jurisdiction, but divide the same bodies.
- Law on the religious liberty in Spain authorizing the worship with noncatholic Spanish.
- 6 - September 12th: Travel of Charles de Gaulle in Poland: “Europe of the Atlantic in the Ural”.
- September 10th: The population of Gibraltar decides by referendum for maintains supervision British (99,6% for).
- September, Italy: Official visits of the president Giuseppe Saragat with the the United States, the Canada and in Australia.
- the United Kingdom: Devaluation of the Pound sterling of 14,3% following the accumulation of the deficits of the international payments. Deflationary measures intended to cleanse the accounts, which make it possible to post in 1969 one exceed of 387 million £. Following the devaluation of the Pound sterling, all the British military bases located at the east of Suez are evacuated in four years (end in October 1971) and the military expenditure brought back to 6% of GNP.
- Italy: First disorders with the autumn with the University of Thirty, followed by the catholic university of Milan ( November), then that of Turin. The dispute extends to all Italy from December 1967 to February 1968.
- October 16th: The command of NATO settles with Évère, close to Brussels (Belgium).
- November 27th: New veto of the France of De Gaulle on the candidature for the EEC presented by the the United Kingdom (November 10th, 1966): “England, I want it very naked”.
- December 9th: Nicolae Ceausescu, president of the Council of State in Romania.
- December 13rd: Failure of an attempt at “consequence of royal State” in Greece. Constantin II of Greece share in exile with Rome. The colonel Yeóryos Papadópoulos becomes Prime Minister.
the United Kingdom: Renationalization of the iron and steel industry. Law legalizing the homosexual relationship between agreeing adults.
- Italy: Strikes of the shipyards with Trieste and Genoa. The large central trade-unions are exceeded by the movement.
- the Romania is the first people's democracy to establish diplomatic relations with the federal Germany. It is the only communist country to maintain its relations with Israel after the Guerre the Six Day old.
- the Sweden is the first country in the world to legalize the Pornographie
See also: 1967 in France
- January 6th: American military operation Deckhouse Five on the delta of the Mekong.
- February 8th: Death in prison of Chairul Saleh, former minister of Indonesia N of the economy stopped in 1966 with Subandrio, former Foreign Minister, with an aim of insulating Soekarno.
- February 20th, Indonesia: Soekarno transmits the governmental capacities to the general Suharto.
- March 21st: Soeharto is elected president of the Republic of Indonesia by the MPRS ( Majelis Permusyawaratan Rakyat Sementara , " deliberative assembly of the people temporaire").
- May 19th: The United States Air Force bombards for the first time Hanoi.
- June 17th: First Chinese bomb H.
- July 1st: Park Chung-Hee is re-elected president of South Korea with the support of the republican Democratic party.
- August 3rd, Indonesia: Soekarno is assigned with residence in its palate of summer of Bogor.
- August 8th: Creation with Bangkok of the Association of the nations of the South-East Asia (ASEAN), at a meeting of the ministers in charge for the Foreign affairs of Malaysia, Filipino, Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand. The Sultanate of Brunei will become member in 1984 about it. The ASEAN aims to promote the economic growth and to encourage collaboration from the points of view economic, social and cultural. The Vietnam was the first communist country to be allowed there in 1995.
- September 3rd: Election of Nguyễn Văn Thiệu with the presidency of the south Vietnam.
- October 9th: Suspension of the diplomatic relations between Beijing and Djakarta.
- December, Thailand: Municipal elections, first since ten years.
Disgrace of the General secretary of the Chinese Communist party Deng Xiaoping during the Cultural revolution. The protection of Mao Zedong enables him to draw some with an exile in a factory from tractors, whereas one of its sons, défenestré, remains handicapped.
- the relations are restored between the Pakistan and the Afghanistan.
- In spite of the support of the France, the difficulties grow with the Kampuchea: country revolts of Sam Laut (province of Battambang), opposition of the reactionaries, maquis Vietnamese attracting the American bombardments.
Retreat of the Left the Congress to the elections. It loses 78 deputies, with 40,8% of the voices (44,7% in 1962). The right parties progress: the Jan Sangh (9,4%) and Swatantra, liberal party (8,7%) with the detriment of the left. On the regional plan, the Congress loses the majority in eight States out of fifteen.
- a true revolutionary current appears in several areas of the India (1967 - 1969). With the Bengal, a coalition the Marxist left with taken the capacity, but must deal with revolutionary movement, the movement “Naxal ite”. Started from a tribal area ( Naxalbari ) to the foot of the the Himalayas, between Nepal, Bhutan and Eastern Pakistan, it joins together tribal and out-castes under the control of militants Maoists, who occupy the grounds since 1967. The movement extends quickly to the Bihâr, the Kerala and especially in Andhra Pradesh.
- Of the American scientists showed that certain Mexican seeds could increase the production considerably. The first seeds are imported in quantity as from 1967. The grain crop passes from 10 to 12 million tons in 1964 to 20 million in 1969. India acquires its food independence.
The Middle East
- April: The Syria counterpart with the operations of Israeli reprisals against the commandos Palestinians by bombarding the Israeli establishments of the border. The April 7th, Israel lance a raid in the area of the Lake Tibériade, destroying part of Syrian aviation. The Israelis threaten Damas and concentrate forces at the Syrian border (May).
- May 15th: Nasser then orders with the Egyptian army to give an opinion in the the Sinai.
- May 16th: The Egypt request withdrawal of the forces UNO his of Gaza and of the area of the gulf of Akaba. Palestinian units placed under the Arab command occupy the Gaza Strip as of the withdrawal of the international force of UNO.
- May 19th: Israel issues the general mobilization.
- May 22nd: President Nasser makes close the gulf of Akaba, only access road to the Red Sea by Israel, which constitutes for the latter a casus belli.
- May 30th: Signature of a égypto-Jordanian pact of defense to which the Iraq the June 4th will join. The chief of the Israeli government, Levi Eshkol, hopes to regulate the tension by diplomatic channel but the soldiers (Ygal Allon, Yitzhak Rabin) are favorable to the war and have supports it David Ben Gourion, Shimon Peres and Moshe Dayan.
- June 1st: A government of national union is formed in Israel. Moshe Dayan takes the wallet of defense and the Israeli line enters the government (Menahem Begin). The military solution is adopted. The Six Day old war starts (June 5th).
- June 4th: Israeli air attack against the Syria and the Jordan.
- 5 - June 10th: War the Six Day old (third Israeli-Arab war). De Gaulle blocks the supply of Israel weapons.
- June 5th:
- Israeli aviation attacks the Egyptian airports. Aviation is destroyed. The Israeli army occupies the Gaza Strip.
- the producing Arab States issue the embargo of the oil deliveries towards the countries supporting the Israeli action (end on September 1st).
- June 6th: The Israeli army invades the the Sinai. The Egyptian forces are not prepared with the movements of great scale and the Egyptian face is bored. The Egyptian forces are folded up on the Suez Canal.
- June 7th: Egyptian resistance crumbles. Jerusalem and the the West Bank is conquered by Israel.
- June 8th: The Israeli army reaches the Suez Canal. The air support for fundamental summer in the Israeli victory. The operations caused the death of 10 000 Egyptians and destruction of most of the military material.
- June 9th:
- Nasser announces its resignation publicly. Gigantic demonstrations claim its return. It agrees to return. The general Abdel Hakim Land-mark, chief of the Staff, is dislocated of his functions as well as the principal generals. Land-mark tries to organize a plot against Nasser but is stopped in August.
- Israel attacks the plate of the Golan. Very hard Syrian resistance initially crumbles the following day and is folded up on Damas.
- June 10th: The cease-fire israélo-Syrian marks the end of the “Guerre the Six Day old”.
- June 16th: Summit of Glasboro between Johnson and Kossyguine. The the United States define their position: the responsibility for the war is due to the closing of the gulf of Akaba by Nasser, the United States will not exert any pressure on Israel out of the framework of a general payment of the question, resting on five principles (right of recognition of the existence of all the nations, justice for the refugees, freedom of movement of the international sea routes, limitation of the arms race, independence and national integrity of all the parts).
- June 27th: The part is of Jerusalem is annexed to the Hebrew State.
- June: Nasser request an increase in the Soviet assistance and accepts the presence of soldiers and advisers, in order to neutralize the Egyptian territory against any Israeli attack and to reconstitute its military potential. The Ve Eskadra , the Soviet in Mediterranean, double fleet of war its manpower at the end of June. Nasser charges the Soviet Union with representing Egypt in the peace negotiations.
- : Opening to Khartoum of the meeting of the Arab Foreign Ministers. The Egypt proposes the withdrawal of the Egyptian forces of the Yemen in exchange of the formation of a plain Arab face against Israel. Nasser hopes to obtain an financial aid of the oil countries to reconstitute its army.
- August 15th: the Ministers for Arab oil decide to subject the question of the lifting of the embargo to the top of Khartoum.
- August 29th: Opening of Arab IVe top of Khartoum, which brought together eight Heads of Arab States, in the absence of the Syria. Nasser and Fayçal manages to get along. The Egypt confirms its evacuation of the Yemen of North, the oil embargo is raised, 20% of the oil incomes will be versed with the Arab countries of the frontline with Israel. Khartoum seals the reconciliation between modes progressist and conservatives. It is the end of antagonism égypto-Saoudi.
- September 1st: End of the conference of Khartoum. Resolution of Khartoum: The Arab countries are committed not to recognize Israel and not negotiating nor to conclude from peace treaty. They proclaim that the States occupied by Israel are Arab and the task to recover them falls in any Arab State.
- November 22nd: Resolution 242 (1967) of UNO envisaging the withdrawal of Israel Occupied territories in exchange of the recognition of all the States of the area, suspension of the state of belligerence between Israel and Arabs, respect of the recognition of the territorial integrity of all the States of the area, freedom of navigation on the international water ways, payment of the question of the refugees, creation of demilitarized zones. The Egypt, the Lebanon and the Jordan accept the resolution. The Syria and the Palestinians refuse. Israel interprets the text in its english language version: withdrawal of “occupied territories” and not “of the occupied territories”.
- November 5th, Yemen of North: The moderate Yemenis reverse the mode, but must face the royalists who besiege Sanaa as from December. They fail finally and are withdrawn.
- November 30th: the Yemen of the south, ex-protectorate British, reaches independence. The British yield the capacity to a Front National of Libération (cf 1970). The brittleness of the area increases. The mode south-Yemeni is threatened by a guerilla organized by the forces pronassériennes and the forces of Marxist tendency.
- MNA becomes the Liberation popular front of Palestine (PFLP), always under the direction of Georges Habache. Into 1968, it is divided into several currents. Creation of the Sa' iqa (the lightning), military branches of the Syrian Baath, which wants to release Palestine by its integration in Syria.
- Shuqayri resigns of the direction of PLO, discredited by the war.
Abou Dabi adheres to OPEC.
- the chief of the government of the Lebanon, the sunnite Rachid Karamé, required the intervention of the Lebanese army in Palestine. But the Maronites chiefs of the army refused, creating a scission between Christians and Moslems Lebanese on the Palestinian question.
- Nasser drives out the last Jews of Egypt.
- the Jordan lost 6 000 men and 30 000 wounded on an army of 50 000 died men against 300 and 1 400 wounded Israeli side.
- 120 000 Syrians flee or are expelled of the Golan in the six months. Only the 7000 Druzes of the plate are authorized to remain there. The conquest of Golan serves the Israeli ambitions in the control of water.
- the occupied territories (the West Bank and Gaza) are populated of a little more than one million Arabs of which the half are refugees of 1948. 200 000 people flee towards the Jordan. The full number of refugees Palestinians and 1,3 million against 960 000 in 1950, of which 600 000 in Jordan.
Mali: Modibo Keïta suspends the constitution and created the Committee main road of defense of revolution (CNDR). The economic situation obliges it to devaluate the frank Malian who involves a general dissatisfaction.
- February 5th: Program Arusha ( Arusha Declaration ) launched by Julius Nyerere in Tanzania for the agricultural development. He recommends a reform of agriculture by the “villagisation”; in this version of “socialism to African”, industrialization was to be realized in the second time, thanks to the profit of the primary sector and without recourse to the foreign debt. The number of villages passes from 1 200 (500 000 inhabitants) in 1970 with 8 216 (13 905 000 inhabitants) in 1979.
- March 17th: The All People' S Congress of Siaka Stevens gains the first general elections in Sierra Leone.
- March 21st: Military coup d'etat in Sierra Leone.
- April 17th: Creation of the Popular movement of the Revolution, sole party of the Democratic republic of Congo, then Zaire, with the Proclamation of the Saddle.
- May 30th: Separatist attempt of the Biafra, oriental party of the Nigeria. The Ibo, directed by the general Ojukwu, proclaim the secession of the republic of the Biafra. Beginning of a thirty month old war.
- May: The persistence of serious economic difficulties in the Mali, of the agreements make in February with France, which in the long term considers the re-entry of Mali in the West African monetary Union, involve a devaluation of 50% of the frank Malian, at one moment when the balance of payments records a deficit of 7,5 billion francs Malians. France commits itself supporting the currency Malian and the the IMF authorizes an important credit.
- June 24th: promulgation of the Constitution of the 2nd Republic of the Congo-Kinshasa, known as “revolutionary Constitution”, defining a unit State in the presidential regime and a Parliament monocaméral.
- July 6th: War of Biafra. The federal government reacts to the secession of the Biafra by declaring the war and organizes a blockade. The situation becomes complicated by the intervention of foreign countries whose sales of weapons feed the conflict. Biafra is supported by the France, the China, Houphouët-Boigny and Nyerere. Bloody fights and the famine make more than one million of died of 1967 with 1970.
- July: Revolt mercenaries with the Congo Léopoldville.
- August 26th: Beginning of the Guerilla in Namibia against the South-African capacity, following a fixing enters the SWAPO and the South-African police force (end in 1987). It will make more 20 000 dead of which 11 000 for SWAPO.
- February 1st: Creation of the East-African Economic community joining together the Tanzania, the Uganda and the Kenya.
- December 21st: Coup d'etat of the lieutenant-colonel Alley against Soglo with the Dahomey (Benign).
Foundation of the Organization sahraouie of Release of the the Sahara with an aim of obtaining independence.
- the Seychelles refuse independence.
- Discovered Diamond S in Orapa, the Botswana.
- Second international Congress of the Africanists with Dakar.
- April 27th - October 29th: World Fair Ground of the Men of Montreal. To accommodate 50 300 000 visitors, Montreal refits the ways of the highway network of the metropolitan region and creates of all parts the island Notre-Dame.
- July 1st: Centenary of the Canadian confederation.
- July 24th: Speech of Charles de Gaulle in official visit with Montreal since the balcony of the town hall: “Lives free Quebec!”.
- August, Quebec: Opening of the five first CÉGEP S (colleges of mainstream education and professional).
- September 14th: Rene Lévesque breaks with the Liberal party of Quebec.
- October 19th: Rene Lévesque founds the Mouvement Sovereignty-Association.
The United States
- January 14th: The Human Be-In is held suddenly with the Golden Spoils Park with San Francisco.
- January 18th: Albert Henry DeSalvo, the throttle valve of Boston, is condemned to the life imprisonment (death in 1973).
- May 17th: Business from the “Last nines of Catonsville” ( Catonsville Nine ). Last nine people, whose catholic priests Daniel Berrigan and his brother Philip, seize registers in an office of incorporation of the Maryland to put fire at it.
- May: Racial riots with Nashville (Tennessee) and Houston. The movement extends to more than one hundred cities and reached its paroxysm in July. Nearly 300 people leave the life there.
- 16, 17 and June 18th: The Monterey Pop Festival mark the beginning of the Summer off Coils for the Hippie S of California.
- 12 - July 17th: Beginning of violent riots in the black districts of Newark (New Jersey).
- 23 - July 28th: Racial riots with Strait ( 12th Street riot , 43 dead).
- August: The American secretary with Defense, Robert McNamara, expresses doubts on the strategy followed to the Vietnam.
- August 28th: Thurgood Marshall is the first Black to be sat at the Supreme court.
- September 7th: Birth in the United States of the powerful feminist movement of the Women' S Lib .
- October: National operation of “return to the sender” of the convocations of incorporation. Demonstration against the war in front of the Pentagon.
Johnson institutes the “ busing ”, proceeded consisting in leading every morning of the black children in white schools of district distant and vice versa.
- Decree prohibiting sexual discrimination in the administration.
- Riots with the Prison of State de San Quentin (California, 1967 - 1968).
- 3 million unemployed.
- 298 subsidiary companies of US banks abroad (124 in 1960).
- 400 000 men with the Vietnam. 15 000 American soldiers died in Indo-China. The war costs 20 billion dollars per annum.
- February 5th: Beginning of the dictatorship of Anastasio “Tachito” Somoza with Nicaragua (1967 - 1972, 1974 - 1979).
- July: Conference of the Latin-American Organization of solidarity (OLAS) to Havana. It stains to federate the revolutionary efforts of establishment of focos .
- October 9th: Died of Che Guevara in Bolivia. It had installed a few years before a hearth ( foco ) of revolutionary guerilla in the south of the Andes.
- November 17th: Régis Debray meets Che Guevara. After a few days spent in the maquis, it wishes to return to Paris. With the return, it is captured by the army and is condemned to 30 years of prison in Bolivia (released in 1970).
Discovered oilfields in the Eastern area of the Ecuador.
- the review of the Soviet ministry of the Foreign affairs, “Businesses international”, written: “ Strategically, the Caribbean form a kind of Interland which conditions the stability of the United States and their liberty of action in other parts of the world. ”
- May 27th: Referendum for the civic rights to the Indigenous of Australia. 90,7% of the voters approve the taking into account of the Aboriginals in the national census and authorize the federal government to be legislated on the aboriginals questions in the place of the various States.
- August 10th: The Aborigènes of Australia obtain the right to vote. However, they remain in federal trusteeship .
Strike of the guards of cattle gurindji against the low wages and the living conditions of the Indigenous of Australia.
Arts & culture
- August 3rd: World creation with Avignon by the Ballet of the XXe century of Mass for time present .
- Exposure Jean Dubuffet to the museum of decorative arts with Paris.
Sciences & technology
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Births in 1967
- January 1st: Marc Bourgne, draftsman and scenario writer.
- January 8th: Małgorzata Foremniak, Polish actress
- January 26th: Jean-Paul Rouve, French actor
- February 6th: Izumi Sakai, Japanese singer. (Zard)
- February 9th: Kool Shen, Rappeur French
- February 20th: Kurt Cobain, singer and leader of the group Nirvana.
- March 13rd: Pascal Elbé, French actor
- March 14th: Edward Fincke, American astronaut
- March 29th: Nathalie Cardone, French singer
- April 27th: SAR the prince Willem-Alexander crown prince to the Netherlands
- April 30th: Steven Mackintosh, British actor
- June 24th: Richard Zven Kruspe Bernstein, German Guitarist of the group Rammstein
- June 20th: Nicole Kidman, Australian actor.
- July 6th: Heather Nova, Song writer and performer American.
- July 8th: Stephan Belmondo, musician of Jazz French.
- July 13rd: Olivier Cléach, Sociologist French
- July 14th: Valerie Pécresse, political Woman French Minister for the Higher education and the Research.
- July 25th: Matt LeBlanc, Actor American.
- October 7th: Marcos Sánchez Mejías, Spanish Matador .
- October 10th: Jonathan Littell, French writer.
- October 14th: Gerald de Palmas, French singer
- October 20th: LISA Lorenzetti, Marvellous Woman
- October 27th: Joey Starr, Rappeur French.
- October 28th: Julia Roberts, actress amércaine.
- November 1st: Tina Arena, French-speaking Australian singer
- November 17th: Alexandre Delpérier, sporting commentator
- November 20th with 11:03: Robert Ken Woo Jr., at the time indicated statistically as that whose Naissance made cross with the the United States the bar of the 200 million inhabitants.
- November 22nd: Boris Becker, German tennis player.
- November 23rd: Christophe Cocard, French footballer.
- February 1st: Konstantin Kozeyev, Russian cosmonaut
- December 12th: Yuzo Koshiro, musician Japan board
- December 17th: Gigi d' Agostino, musician and Disc jockey Italy N
- Ibrahima Aya, writer Mali in
- December 29th: Laurent Gerra, French imitator
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Death in 1967
- January 4th: Mohamed Khider, founding member of FLN (° 1912);
- January 27th
- Alphonse Juin, Marshal of France (° 1888);
- Roger B. Chaffee (° 1930), Virgil Grissom (° 1926) and Edward White (° 1930), astronauts American
- February 6th: Martine Carol, French actress (° 1920);
- February 18th: Robert Oppenheimer, American physicist (° 1904);
- March 6th: Zoltán Kodály, type-setter Hungarian (° 1882);
- April 10th: Jean-Claude Roland, French actor (° 1931);
- April 15th: Totò, movie actor and Italian singer (° 1898, 69 years)
- April 19th: Konrad Adenauer, German chancellor (° 1876);
- April 24th: Vladimir Komarov, Soviet cosmonaut (° March 16th 1927), died on board Soyuz 1
- May 15th: Edward Hopper, painter and American engraver;
- May 22nd: Langston Hughes, American writer (° 1902);
- May 23rd: Lionel Groulx, historian Québécois (° 1878);
- May 27th: Paul Henckels, German actor. (° September 9th 1885).
- May 30th: Georg Wilhelm Pabst, German Scenario writer.
- June 6th: Edward Givens, American astronaut (° January 5th 1930)
- June 10th: Spencer Tracy, American actor;
- June 29th: Jayne Mansfield, American actress (° 1933);
- July 7th: Vivien Leigh, American actress (° 1913);
- July 13rd: Tom Simpson, British cyclist (° 1937);
- July 17th: John Coltrane, saxophonist and American type-setter (° 1926);
- July 29th: Robert Delcourt, writer and Belgian dramatic author;
- August 2nd: Henryk Berlewi, painter and draftsman Polish (° October 20th 1894)
- August 15th: Rene Magritte, Belgian painter (° 1898);
- August 19th
- Isaac Deutscher, journalist, writer and historian Polish (° April 3rd 1907)
- Hugo Gernsback, writer of Science fiction (° August 16th 1884)
- September 18th: Douglas John Cockcroft, American physicist (Nobel Prize 1951);
- October 3rd: Woodie Guthrie, American musician (° 1912);
- October 5th: Clifton Williams, American astronaut (° September 26th 1932)
- October 8th: Lord Clement Attlee, former Prime Minister for the the United Kingdom (° 1883);
- October 9th: Che Guevara, revolutionist and Argentinian politician (° 1928);
- October 14th: Marcel Aymé, writer (° 1902);
- October 17th: Pu Yi, last emperor of China (° 1906).
- October 31st: Chicuelo (Manual Jiménez Moreno), Spanish Matador (° April 15th 1902).
- November 15th: Michael James Adams, astronaut of USAF (° May 5th 1930)
- December 8th
- Robert Henry Lawrence, Jr., American aviator (° October 2nd 1935)
- Louis Bacon, trumpet player and singer of American jazz (° November 1st 1904)
- December 10th: Otis Redding, American singer (° 1941).
- December 17th: Francis Barry Byrne, American architect. (° December 19th 1883).
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