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    Wikimedia Commons has media related to 1979. 1979 ( MCMLXXIX) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1979th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 979th year of the 2nd millennium, the 79th year of the 20th century, and the 10th and last year of the 1970s decade. Contents 1 Events 2 Births

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    January 4 – The State of Ohio agrees to pay $675,000 to families of the dead and injured in the Kent State shootings
    February 1 – Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini returns to Tehran, Iran after nearly 15 years of exile
    March 4 – The U.S. Voyager 1 spaceprobe photos show Jupiter's rings
    April 1 – Iran's government becomes an Islamic Republic by a 98% vote, overthrowing the Shahofficially
    January 2 – Morena Baccarin, Brazilian actress
    January 12 – Marián Hossa, Slovakian hockeyplayer
    January 16 – Aaliyah, American singer (d. 2001)
    January 20 – Will Young, Englishsinger and actor

    January

    1. January 3 – Conrad Hilton, American hotelier (b. 1887) 2. January 5 – Charles Mingus, American bassist (b. 1922) 3. January 16 – Ted Cassidy, American actor (b. 1932) 4. January 18 – Gaston Heuet, French long-distance runner (b. 1892) 5. January 26 – Nelson Rockefeller, 41st Vice President of the United States (b. 1908) 6. January 27 – Victoria Ocampo, Argentine writer (b. 1890)

    February

    1. February 2 – Sid Vicious, English musician (b. 1957) 2. February 7 – Josef Mengele, Nazism war criminal (b. 1911) 3. February 8 – Nikolai Tikhonov, Soviet writer (b. 1896) 4. February 9 – Dennis Gabor, Hungarian-British engineer (b. 1900) 5. February 12 – Jean Renoir, French film director (b. 1894) 6. February 17 – William Gargan, American actor (b. 1905)

    March

    1. March 1 – Mustafa Barzani, Kurdish leader (b. 1903) 2. March 7 – Klaus Egge, Norwegian nationalist (b. 1906) 3. March 15 – Alexandre Parodi, French Politician (b. 1901) 4. March 30 – José María Velasco Ibarra, 24th President of Ecuador (b. 1893)

    Nobel Prize in Physics shared by Sheldon Lee Glashow, Abdus Salam, and Steven Weinberg for their work on electroweakinteractions
    Nobel Prize in Chemistry shared by Herbert C. Brown and Georg Wittig for their work with organoboranes
    Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine shared by Allan McLeod Cormack and Godfrey N. Hounsfield for their work on X-ray computed tomography
    Nobel Prize in Literature won by Odysseas Elytis, Greek poet
    Alien, important for science fictiontypes of movie
    The Amityville Horror based on Jay Anson's novel
    Apocalypse Now, written by Francis Ford Coppola and John Milius
    "A Message To You Rudi/Nite Klub" – The Specials
    "Accidents Will Happen" – Elvis Costelloand the Attractions
    "After the Love Has Gone" – Earth, Wind & Fire
    "Ambition" – Vic Goddard and the Subway Sect
    Douglas Adams – The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
    V. C. Andrews – Flowers in the Attic
    David Attenborough – Life on Earth
    L. Sprague de Camp, editor – The Blade of Conan
  2. February 13 – The intense February 13, 1979 Windstorm strikes western Washington and sinks a 1/2-mile-long section of the Hood Canal Bridge. February 14 – In Kabul, Muslim extremists kidnap the American ambassador to Afghanistan, Adolph Dubs, who is later killed during a gunfight between his kidnappers and police.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 1979_(song)1979 (song) - Wikipedia

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    "1979" is a song by American alternative rock band the Smashing Pumpkins. It was released in 1996 as the second single from their third studio album, Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness. "1979" was written by frontman Billy Corgan, and features loops and samples uncharacteristic of previous Smashing Pumpkins songs. The song was written as a nost...

    According to statements in interviews, Corgan worked nonstop after the Siamese Dream tour and wrote about 56 songs for Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, the last of which was "1979". As the Mellon Collie sessions came to a conclusion, "1979" was just a couple of chord changes and a snippet of a melody without words. When the time came to choo...

    "1979" is the Smashing Pumpkins' highest-charting single, reaching number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Mainstream Rock Tracks and on the Modern Rock Tracks charts. Virgin credited the inclusion of the single's bonus tracks for driving sales. The song was nominated for the Record of the Year and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or...

    The music video for "1979" was directed by the team of Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris, who had previously directed the music video for "Rocket". Originally, the band approached another director to film the video for "1979". His idea was that all the band members were residents in an alien hotel and they were all going to have specially made alie...

    • 4:24 (album, single, video version), 4:16 (radio edit)
    • January 23, 1996
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  5. hu.wikipedia.org › wiki › 19791979 – Wikipédia

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    Január

    1. január 1. – Az Egyesült Államok és a Kínai Népköztársaságfelveszi a diplomáciai kapcsolatokat. 2. január 7. – A kambodzsai felkelők és vietnámi csapatok elfoglalják Phnompent, Kambodzsafővárosát. 3. január 16. – Mohammad Reza Pahlavi iráni sah– feleségével és gyermekeivel – elhagyja az országot. 4. január 17–24. – Népszámlálási adatok szerint a Szovjetuniólakossága 262 440 000; 5. január 24. – II. János Pál pápa a Vatikánban fogadta Andrej Gromikoszovjet külügyminisztert. 6. január 25.–feb...

    Február

    1. február 1. – Khomeini ajatollah, a legfőbb siíta vallási vezető visszatér Teheránbapárizsi emigrációjából. 2. február 27. – Václav Havel levéllel fordul Rudolf Kirchschlägerosztrák elnökhöz, melyben csehszlovákiai látogatása idején közbenjárását kéri a politikai foglyok érdekében. 3. február 11. – Iránban megbukik a Mohammad Reza Pahlavisah nevével fémjelzett elnyomó rendszer.

    Március

    1. március 4. – Megjelenik II. János Pál pápa „Redemptor hominis” (Az ember Megváltója)kezdetű első, programadó enciklikája, melyben a kétségek és kételyek helyett a hit bizonyságát kínálja kora emberének. 2. március 25. – Megérkezik a Kennedy Űrközpontba az első többször felhasználható űreszköz, a Columbia űrrepülőgép. 3. március 26. – Az Egyiptommal kötött béke értelmében Izrael kivonul a Sínai-félszigetről. 4. március 28. – A Three Mile Island-i atomerőmű-baleset. (A meghibásodott hűtőrend...

    1979 a filmművészetben

    1. augusztus 16. – George Lucas filmje, a Csillagok háborújaelső bemutatója Magyarországon 2. A Seriff az égbőlsci-fi vígjáték olaszországi bemutatója

    1979 az irodalomban

    1. Somlyó György– Másutt (tanulmányok), Szépirodalmi 2. Esterházy Péter– Termelési-regény (kisssregény). Regény. Bp., Magvető, 474 o. 3. Megjelenik Grendel Lajos Hűtlenekcímű elbeszéléskötete.

    1979 a sportban

    1. A Újpesti Dózsa nyeri az NB1-et. Ez a klub 18. bajnoki címe.

    január 2. – Robert Newbery, ausztrál műugró
    január 8. – Adrian Mutu, román labdarúgó
    január 8. – Sarah Polley („Váratlan utazás”) kanadai színésznő, énekesnő, filmrendező és forgatókönyvíró
    január 13. – Jang Vej, kínai tollaslabdázó
    január 15. – Hollósi Frigyes, evezős, úszó, edző, sportvezető (* 1906)
    február 4. – Harangi Imre, olimpiai bajnok ökölvívó (* 1913)
    február 7. – Josef Mengele, az auschwitzi koncentrációs tábor orvosa (* 1911)
    február 9. – Gábor Dénes, magyar származású Nobel-díjas tudós, a hologram feltalálója (* 1900)
    ↑ Bencze I., dr. et al.: Bencze Imre, dr. et al. Officina Világévkönyv 94/95. Officina Nova, [Budapest] (1994). ISBN 963-8185-90-2
    ↑ Baló–Lipovecz: Baló György–Lipovecz Iván. Tények Könyve '92. Ráció Kiadó Kft., [Budapest] (1992)
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