- President of Richard M. Nixon.
- Presidency of Gerald R. Ford.
- Jimmy Carter presidency.
- Ronald W. Reagan’s presidency.
- George H. W. Chair shrub.
Other important news and events from the 1970s
- Cyclone in Bangladesh. The cyclone in Bangladesh kills 500,000 people.
- Earthquake in Peru. 67,000 ■■■■ in the earthquake in Peru.
- Celebrated on the first day of the earth.
- Environmental Protection Agency.
- The United States is raising tariffs on imports.
- President Abdel Nasser.
- Silent glory.
Presidents and Vice Presidents / Congress
- George Washington. John Adams. April
- John Adams. Thomas Jefferson. March
- Thomas Jefferson. Aaron Burr. March
- James Madison. George Clinton March 1st
- James Monroe. Daniel D. Tompkins.
- John Quincy Adams. John C. Calhoun.
- Andrea Jackson. John C. Calhoun 3
- Martin Van Buren. Richard M. Johnson.
The 1970s were remembered as a time when women’s, gay and environmental movements competed for world attention with the Watergate scandal, the energy crisis and the ongoing Vietnam War.
During the 1960 election campaign, Lyndon B. Johnson was elected vice president of John F. Kennedy. On November 22, 1963, when Kennedy was assassinated, Johnson was sworn in as the 36th President of the United States with a vision of building a great society for the American people.
Children’s toys from the 70s
US President Richard Nixon orders the invasion of Cambodia and extends the war to Vietnam. The US Senate overturns the Gulf of Tonkin resolution, which gave Presidents Johnson and Nixon broad powers in the Vietnam War. The Beatles are collapsing.
The 1970s, as opposed to the 1960s, are known as the Me decade. In the 1960s, Americans were involved in many types of political and cultural movements. It was, of course, the decade of the civil rights movement and the women’s rights movement.
Iran hostage crisis: In response to the hostage crisis in Tehran, US President Jimmy Carter orders all US oil imports from Iran.
The 1970s (pronounced 1970, abbreviated 1970) was a decade of the Gregorian calendar that began on January 1, 1970 and ended on December 31, 1979.
Major Events 1978
- 1971. 1971 It was probably the year that marked the beginning of the digital age when the microprocessor was invented.
- 26th amendment.
- Border fighting between India and Pakistan.
- The Disney world opens up.
- United States Apollo 14.
- The first space station in the Soviet Union.
- sailor 9.
Popular models were trousers, frayed jeans, midi skirts, long dresses, colored tie, peasant blouses and ponchos. Some accessories to help you collect early 70s hippie clothes include necklaces, hair bands, scarves, and jewelry made with wood, stones, feathers, and beads.
- Oil exceeds $ 13.00 per barrel.
- Margaret Thatcher became the leader of the Conservative Party opposition in Britain.
- Battle of Ban Me Thuot in Vietnam.
- The Vietnam War is over.
- Sony presents the Betamax videotape and ■■■■■■■■■■ / JVC presents the VHS.
- The first big movie, Jaws, is out.