The year 1975 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1975 such as: born famous people, death of famous people, war treaty, independence of a country, invention of new technology, change of power, important national and international day etc., knowing which your general Knowledge will increase.

Important Historical Events of the Year 1975 in World ⚡

09 MayFirst electric typing machine was made. The process of inputting (text) by pressing the keyboard of typewriters, cell phones, computers, etc. is called typing or 'typing' (Typing). Typing is different from other methods of inputting, such as mousse (mouse), speech recognition, etc.
16 MaySikkim became the 22nd state of the country.
17 MayThe bombings in Dublin and Monaghan, Ireland, killed 28 people.
30 MayEuropean Space Agency was formed.
06 JuneFormation of Temporary Revolutionary Government in Southern Vietnam.
12 JuneThe Allahabad High Court convicted the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in electoral corruption.
21 JuneThe West Indies team had the feat of winning the first Cricket World Cup.
25 JuneOn the advice of the Indira Gandhi government, President Fakhruddin Ali declared a state of emergency in the country.
05 JulyAmerican hockey player Arthur Ash Wimbledon was the first black to win a singles competition.
11 JulyA 2200-year-old cemetery was discovered in China, in which 3000 life-size statues of soldiers were buried.
16 SeptemberPapua New Guinea gained independence from Australia.
22 OctoberThe Venus-9 'spacecraft landed on the planet Venus.
24 OctoberAn ordinance was brought to end the bonded labor system and came into effect from the next day.
26 OctoberEgyptian President Anwar Sadat became the first President of the country to make an official visit to the US.
30 OctoberKing Juan Carlos took power in Spain.
31 OctoberSachin Dev Burman, a famous musician and singer of Bengali and Hindi cinema, passed away.
13 NovemberThe World Health Organization declared Asia to be chicken pox free.
20 NovemberThe dictator General Francisco Franco, who ruled Spain for 39 years, was killed.
22 NovemberJuan Colors became the king of Spain.
25 NovemberThe Surinam country of South America gained complete independence from Holland.
27 NovemberGuinness Book of Records co-founder Ross Macquarter was shot and killed.
05 AugustBollywood's famous actress Kajol was born.
26 AugustDr. Narayan Subbarao Hardikar, a freedom fighter, journalist and Padma Bhushan, died.
27 December372 people died in the Chasanala coal mine accident in Dhanbad district of Jharkhand.
29 DecemberThe law of equal rights for women and men came into force in Britain.
02 JanuaryRailway Minister Lalit Narayan Mishra was injured in a bomb blast in Samastipur district of Bihar.
09 FebruaryThe Russian spacecraft Soyuz 17 returned to Earth 29 days later from space.
14 FebruaryThe famous writer Sir Pelham Graniwal Woodhouse died.
25 FebruaryShah Faisal, the then ruler of Saudi Arabia, was assassinated by his own nephew, Prince Faisal bin Mussad.
26 FebruaryThe country's first kite museum 'Shankar Kendra' was established in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
21 MarchThe then President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed declared Emergency under Section 352 at the request of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Which lasted till 21 March 1977.
21 MarchThe monarchy ended after three thousand years in Ethiopia.
05 AprilKing Fazal of Saudi Arabia was killed.
26 AprilA bill was passed in Parliament to give statehood to Sikkim, which came into effect from 16 May.
30 AprilThe Vietnam War came to an end.
02 JanuaryBangladesh's revolutionary leader Siraj Sikkar was killed by police in custody.
01 FebruaryThe Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation was launched in the Philippines.
08 MarchThe United States declared International Women's Day.
04 AprilBill Gates and Paul Allen set up Microsoft in Albuquerque in New Mexico.
05 MayBush Gardens Williamsburg Theme Park opened in Virginia.
09 JuneThe Order of Australia was awarded for the first time.
12 JulySao Tome and Principe declared independence in Portugal
11 AugustThe British Leyland Motor Corporation came under the control of the British Government.
16 SeptemberAustralia liberated Papua New Guinea.
03 OctoberFor the first time since Bangladesh separated from Pakistan in 1971, the two countries established diplomatic relations.
16 NovemberThe third COD war started between the United Kingdom and Iceland.
25 DecemberHeavy metal band Iron Maiden was formed in London by Steve Harris.
05 JanuaryThe Troubles: In response to the killings of six Catholics the night before, the South Armagh Republican Action Force killed ten Protestants in County Armagh, Northern Ireland.
14 JanuaryBritish teenage heiress Lesley Whittle was kidnapped by Donald Neilson and subsequently murdered during a failed ransom collection attempt.
15 JanuaryPortugal signed the Alvor Agreement with UNITA, the MPLA, andthe FNLA, ending the Angolan War of Independence.
28 FebruaryIn London an underground train failed to stop at Moorgateterminus station and crashed into the end of the tunnel, killing 43people.
05 MarchComputer hackers in Silicon Valley held the first meeting ofthe Homebrew Computer Club, whose members would go on to have greatinfluence on the development of the personal computer.
06 MarchFor the first time on television, John F. Zeruder film of the Kennedy assassination.
06 MarchIran and Iraq signed the Algiers Agreement to settle a borderdispute, only to begin fighting again five years later in theIran–Iraq War.
10 MarchHo Chi Minh Campaign-North Vietnam began its final push forvictory over South Vietnam with an attack on Ban Me Thuot.
25 MarchKing Faisal of Saudi Arabia was shot dead by his nephew Faisal bin Musaid.
27 MarchConstruction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System, an oil pipeline spanning the length of Alaska, began.
04 AprilBill Gates and Paul Allen established Microsoft to develop and sell basic interpreters for Albert, New Mexico.
17 AprilUnder the Pol Pot, Khmer Rouge captured Nom Penh, ending the Cambodian Civil War and established the Democratic Computia.
21 AprilNguy n van thi u resigned as the President of South Vietnam, and was replaced by Tr N Van Huong, as communist powers shut down the inon victory.
28 AprilCao Van Vioak, head of South Vietnamese army, escaped due to the shutdown of North Vietnamese at Sigon.
30 AprilShortly after the US armies evacuated their helicopters, the citizens of South Vietnam and the citizens of the third country from the city, the soldiers of North Vietnam captured Sigon, ending the Vietnam War with a healthy surrender to South Vietnam without South Vietnam done.
12 MayVietnam's final official battle between Cambodia Empire and the United States took place on May 12, 1975 as the American container ship SS Mayagaz was seized by the Cambodian army.
12 MayThe Cambodian Navy seized the American container ship SSMAYAGUEZ in recognized international water, but was claimed by Cambodia as regional people.
16 MayJunco Tabei, a Japanese mountaineer, became the first woman to climb the top of Mount Everest on 16 May 1975.
28 MaySixteen West African countries signed the Treaty of Lagos, establishing Economic Integration to the Economic Community of West African states.
04 JuneGovernor Jerry Brown signed the California Agricultural Labor Selection Act, the first law in the United States, guaranteeing the rights of bargaining for the farmwork.
05 JuneThe Suez Canal was reopened after a six -day war between Arabia and Israel. It is a sea flat canal through Egypt. It connects the Mediterranean Sea to the red sea. It was formed to make trade and maritime transport easier.
07 JuneThe first Cricket World Cup began in England. It was a 14 -day tournament in which 8 cricket countries took part. The innings of 60 overs were played by teams. West Indies became the champion of 1 World Cup.
07 JuneThe inaugural Cricket World Cup, Men's Men's Major International Sports, began in England.
14 JuneThe film The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which has been released even today, is the history of the longest -lasting theatrical release film in Los Angeles.
05 JulyCape Varde achieved his freedom from Portugal. It is an island country that crosses an archipelago of ten volcanic islands in the Central Atlantic Ocean. It is located 570 km from the coast of West Africa and the islands cover the joint area of ​​slightly more than four thousand kilometers.
05 JulyArthur Ash Wimbledon became the first black man to win a singles title. Arthur Robert Ash was an American professional tennis player who was ranked number 1 in the world rankings from the US. He won three Grand Slam titles which ranked him among the best tennis players in the United States.
12 JulySao Tome and Principal declared their freedom from Portugal. It is located in the Gulf of Guinea, near the west coast of Central Africa. It consists of two archipelago and some small islands. It is a Portuguese -speaking country.
22 JulyStanley Forton took photo fire escape complexes, which was the Pulitzer Award for Spot News Photography and Wordworld Press Photo title of the year.
30 JulyJimmy Hofa, the leader of the American Mazdoor Union, mysteriously disappeared after the last seen outside a restaurant near Detroit.
31 JulyThe three-member popular Miami Shoband and two Ulster Volunteer Force gunmen were killed in the County Down in Northern Ireland.
31 JulyThe Tubble: In a boat paramilitary attack, three members of the Miami Shoband, a popular Miami Shoband at County Down, Northern Ireland, and the gunmen of the Ulster Volunteer Force were killed.
14 AugustThe film The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which has been released even today, is the history of the longest -lasting theatrical release film in Los Angeles.
05 SeptemberIra terrorists have been bombed at the London Hilton Hotel in Park Lane. Two people are reported injured. The bomb was installed in the hotel lobby, and the coded warning did not give enough time to withdraw.
05 SeptemberCharles Manson, a devotee of Charles Manson, attempted the murder of US President Geraralie Ford.
05 SeptemberCharles Manson, a devotee of Charles Manson, attempted the murder of US President Geriel Ford.
14 SeptemberElizabeth N. Seton became the first congenital citizen of congenital states to be prescribed.
24 SeptemberOn the south-west face expenses, Heston and Dug Scott have become the first people to reach the summit of Mount Mount Everest who are facing any face.
01 OctoberMuhammad Ali defeated Fraser in the 14th round by practical knockout. The match was considered one of the greatest boxing matches in history and is often known as "Thrilla in Manila" match.
05 OctoberThe Dirty War-Gurilla Group Montoniers carried out Operation Primisia, in which a terrorist attack in which he hijacked an aerology argentinas flight, captured the Formosa International Airport and piled up a military regiment.
11 OctoberThe Saturday Night Live, an American weekly sketch Comedy-Varietyshow, was first aired.
16 OctoberFive journalists of the Australian television network located in Inthe, Balibo were killed by a soldier of Indonesian Special Forces for the attack of Eastern Telor.
03 NovemberQueen Elizabeth officially inaugurated the operation of Britain's first oil pipeline and begins, which goes from Crudeen Bay to Grengmutha, who serves Fortis Olfield.
10 NovemberSS Edmund Fitzgerald, the biggest boat on the great lakes of North America, drowned with the lives of 29 people in Lake Superior.
10 NovemberSS Edmund Fijrald, the largest ship on the great lakes of North America, drowned in Lake Superior with the loss of 29 lives.
11 NovemberDuring a constitutional crisis in Australia, Governor-General John Carr dismissed the government of Prime Minister Gough Witham and dissolved the Parliament for double disruption election.
14 NovemberWith the signing of the Madrid agreement, Spain accepted its presence from the Spanish Sahara.
22 NovemberTwo days after the death of Francisco Franco, Juan Carlos I were declared the king of Spain according to the law of succession made by Franco.
25 NovemberAfter Suriname's independence from the Netherlands, Johanfire became its first President.
27 NovemberThe UK government decided to give partial self-governance to both Scotland and Wales. However, Scotland was not allowed to use any action to reduce Britain's unity.
02 DecemberPathet Lao overthrew the royal government in Viantiyane, forced King Savang Vatthana to leave, and established the Lao People's Democratic Republic.
06 DecemberFour members of the Provincial Irish Republican Army took two people hostage in a house on Balcomb Street in Marylibon, London and surrendered six days later.
07 DecemberThe Indonesian Army attacked East Timor on the pretext of Kanti-Opportunity and began 25 years of possession.
12 DecemberThe six -day ban at Balcomb Street in London ended peacefully after freeing and surrendering four hostages to four Ira gunmen.
21 DecemberBuffalo Sabers scored 5 goals in 4–2 score of Washington Caps 14-2 NHL records 40 points.

Important Historical Events of the Year 1975 in India ⚡

07 JuneThe first match of the first World Cup was played between India and England at Lodgers Stadium in London. India lost in this.
26 JuneIndia's first woman Prime Minister Indira Gandhi declared a state of emergency in the country.
19 NovemberIndian film actress Sushmita Sen was born in Hyderabad. Sushmita Sen is India's first Miss Universe.
12 FebruaryIndia declared itself to be smallpox.
17 AprilSecond President of India Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan passed away.
19 AprilWith the help of erstwhile Soviet Russia, the first Indian satellite Aryabhata was launched.
02 JanuaryLalit Narayan Mishra, the Indian Minister of Railways, was assassinated in a bomb blast at Samastipur, Bihar.
19 JanuaryA magnitude 6.8 Ms earthquake struck northern Himachal Pradesh,India, causing extensive damage to the region.
19 April1 satellite was launched by India with the help of USSR.
16 MayBased on the results of the referendum, about a month ago, Sikkim abolished his monarchy and became its 22nd state by India.
22 JuneNational Emergency was declared in India and censorship was started. In India, "Emergency" refers to a period of 21 months, when Prime Minister Indira Gandhi unilaterally declared Emergency across the country. Officially released under Article 352 (1) of the Constitution for "internal disturbances" by President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed. This order gave the Prime Minister the right to rule through decree, so that elections could be suspended and civil freedom can be curbed.
25 JuneCiting a threat to national security, Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi announced a unilateral emergency situation, which lasted for almost two years.
06 JulyComoros declared its freedom from France. Comoros is a small nation made up of groups of many small islands. It is located in the Indian Ocean on the Mozambique channel which is near the African continent.

Famous People's Birthdays in 1975 😀

01 JuneKarnam Malleswari / Player / India
19 NovemberSushmita Sen / Actress / India
01 JulyAntara Mali / Actress / India
01 JuneKarnam Malleswari / Player / India
01 JuneKarnam Malleswari / Weightlifter / India
01 JanuarySonali Bendre / Actress / India
07 NovemberVenkat Prabhu / Actor / India
08 JanuaryHarris Jayaraj / Composer / India
08 JuneShilpa Shetty / Actress / India
08 DecemberTara Deshpande / Actress / India
09 AugustMahesh Babu / Actor / India
10 MayAmar Babaria / Actor / India
10 AugustHemant Soren / Politician / India
10 AprilTerrence Lewis / Choreographer / India
14 FebruaryKiku Sharda / Actor / India
15 AugustVijay Bharadwaj / Cricketer / India
17 MarchPuneeth Rajkumar / Actor / India
19 NovemberS. P. Sen Verma / Civil Servant / India
19 NovemberSushmita Sen / Actress / India
25 JuneManoj Kumar Pandey / Soldier / India
25 DecemberNagma / Actress / India
27 NovemberSuchitra Krishnamoorthi / Actress / India

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