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1969 (MCMLXIX) was a common year starting on Wednesday (link will display full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. The year is associated with the first manned landing on the Moon (Apollo 11).

Events of 1969



January



February



March



April



May



June



July



August



September



October



November



December



Undated

  • The first Gap store opens, in San Francisco.
  • Reported as being the year the first strain of the AIDS virus (HIV) migrated to the United States via Haitimarker.
  • Summer saw the invention of Unix under the potential name "Unics" (after Multics).
  • Women were allowed membership into the Future Farmers of America (now the National FFA Organization).


Ongoing



Births

January–February



March–April



May–June



July–August



September–October



November–December



Unknown dates



Deaths

See also: :Category:1969 deaths.

January–March



April–June



July–September



October–December



Nobel Prizes



Notes

  1. Robert H. Goddard. The New York Times. astronauticsnow.com/history/goddard/index.html 090118 astronauticsnow.com
  2. AIDS Virus Came to US Via Haiti


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