April 1960

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April 1, 1960: TIROS I opens era of satellite weather images
April 21, 1960: The new city of Brasilia is dedicated
April 8, 1960: Green Bank telescope picks up signals after pointing toward Epsilon Eridani
April 19, 1960: South Koreans protest nationwide against Rhee government

The following events occurred in April, 1960.

Contents

April 1, 1960 (Friday)

April 2, 1960 (Saturday)

April 3, 1960 (Sunday)

April 4, 1960 (Monday)

April 5, 1960 (Tuesday)

April 6, 1960 (Wednesday)

April 7, 1960 (Thursday)

April 8, 1960 (Friday)

April 9, 1960 (Saturday)

April 10, 1960 (Sunday)

April 11, 1960 (Monday)

April 12, 1960 (Tuesday)

April 13, 1960 (Wednesday)

April 14, 1960 (Thursday)

April 15, 1960 (Friday)

April 16, 1960 (Saturday)

April 17, 1960 (Sunday)

April 18, 1960 (Monday)

April 19, 1960 (Tuesday)

SWAPO flag

April 20, 1960 (Wednesday)

April 21, 1960 (Thursday)

April 22, 1960 (Friday)

April 23, 1960 (Saturday)

April 24, 1960 (Sunday)

April 25, 1960 (Monday)

April 26, 1960 (Tuesday)

President Rhee

April 27, 1960 (Wednesday)

Togo

April 28, 1960 (Thursday)

April 29, 1960 (Friday)

April 30, 1960 (Saturday)

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Chronology—April 1960", The World Almanac and book of fact 1961 pp164–168
  2. ^ "U.S. Puts Weather Satellite in Orbit", Oakland Tribune, April 1, 1960, p1
  3. ^ "Space TV Spots Storm in Midwest—Scores Fabulous 'First'", The Independent (Long Beach, CA), April 2, 1960, p1
  4. ^ census results
  5. ^ Margo DeMello, Feet and Footwear: A Cultural Encyclopedia (ABC-CLIO, 2009), p98; Hutchinson Encyclopedia
  6. ^ Britannica Online
  7. ^ Steve Roper, Camp 4: Recollections of a Yosemite Rockclimber (Mountaineers, 1994), p108
  8. ^ "Police Halt March on Cape Town", Oakland Tribune, April 2, 1960, p1
  9. ^ "Awujale of Ijebuland", KingdomsOfNigeria.com
  10. ^ Ben Lunis, Get Out of the Box (Xulon Press, 2003), p153
  11. ^ "Victory Adds Power To Kennedy Campaign", Oakland Tribune, April 6, 1960, p1
  12. ^ "Grid Team Named 'Oakland Senors'", Oakland Tribune, April 5, 1960, p1; "Now It's Hi, Raiders! (Bye, Senors)", Tribune, April 14, 1960, p1
  13. ^ African History (Most sources give the date as April 8, 1960-- Hein Marais, South Africa: Limits to Change: The Political Economy of Transition (University of Cape Town Press, 2001), p25
  14. ^ Fred Kaplan, 1959: The Year Everything Changed (J. Wiley & Sons, 2009), pp154–155
  15. ^ Strange Maps
  16. ^ "South Africa Prime Minister Shot Down by White Assassin", Oakland Tribune, April 9, 1960, p1
  17. ^ "1960 NBA Finals: Boston 4, St. Louis 3", NBA Encyclopedia: Playoff Edition www.nba.com
  18. ^ Steve Zaloga, Red SAM: The SA-2 Guideline Anti-aircraft Missile (Osprey Publishing, 2007), p9
  19. ^ John Kie-chiang Oh, Korean Politics: The Quest for Democratization and Economic Development (Cornell University Press, 1999), p41
  20. ^ "Grandson of Auto Tycoon Kidnapped", Oakland Tribune, April 13, 1960, p1
  21. ^ "Huge Manhunt in Peugeot Kidnap-- Child Safe", Oakland Tribune, April 15, 1960, p1
  22. ^ Gene Elston, A Stitch in Time: A Baseball Chronology (Halcyon Press, 2006), p84
  23. ^ Terry D. Gill, Rosenne's The World Court: What it is and How it Works (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2003), pp152–154
  24. ^ "U.S. Navigation Satellite in Orbit", Oakland Tribune, April 13, 1960, p1
  25. ^ Jan Van Sickle, GPS for Land Surveyors (CRC Press, 2001) p88
  26. ^ Robert McKenna, The Dictionary of Nautical Literacy (McGraw-Hill, 2001), p287
  27. ^ Arvid Nelson, Cold War Ecology: Forests, Farms, & People in the East German Landscape, 1945–1989 (Yale University Press, 2005), p111
  28. ^ BroadwayMusicalHome.com
  29. ^ Arthur M. Woodford, This Is Detroit, 1701–2001 (Wayne State University Press, 2001), p198
  30. ^ Klaus P. Fischer, America in White, Black, and Gray: The Stormy 1960s (Continuum International, 2006), pp108–109
  31. ^ "Neo-Dada Performance Art", by Gunter Berghaus, in Neo-avant-garde (Rodopi, 2006), p84
  32. ^ K. R. Sharma, China: Revolution to Revolution (Mittal Publications, 1989), p34
  33. ^ Richard Crouse, Big Bang, Baby: Rock Trivia (Hounslow Press, 2000), 79–80
  34. ^ Edward Lawson, Encyclopedia of Human Rights (2d. Ed., Taylor & Francis, 1996), p488
  35. ^ Lou Cannon, Governor Reagan: His Rise to Power (PublicAffairs, 2003) p112
  36. ^ "Korean Rioters Defy Rhee", Oakland Tribune, April 19, 1960, p1
  37. ^ Edward Vernoff and Peter J. Seybolt, Through Chinese Eyes: Tradition, Revolution, and Transformation (CITE Books, 2007), p131
  38. ^ Alan Rake, African Leaders: Guiding the New Millennium (Scarecrow Press, 2001) p176
  39. ^ Boston Athletic Association
  40. ^ R. J. Bray, et al. Plasma Loops in the Solar Corona (Cambridge University Press, 2005), p17
  41. ^ Shri Ram Sharma, India-China relations: 1972–1991, p32
  42. ^ Robert J. Alexander, Rómulo Betancourt and the Transformation of Venezuela (Transaction Books, 1982), pp478–80
  43. ^ E. Bradford Burns, A History of Brazil (Columbia University Press, 1993), p404
  44. ^ "German Reds Try To Stop Exodus", Oakland Tribune, April 21, 1960, p1
  45. ^ UnknownExploers.com
  46. ^ "Mother Lifts 3,600-Lb. Car", Pacific Stars and Stripes, April 27, 1960, p3; "My Mother Saved My Life", by Charles Trotter as told to John M. Ross, Family Weekly Magazine, August 28, 1960, pp12–13; David S. Goldstein, M.D., Adrenaline and the Inner World: An Introduction to Scientific Integrative Medicine (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006) p71
  47. ^ "Swim Attempts Trigger Race Brawl", Tucson Daily Citizen, April 25, 1960, p1; Walter Rucker and James Nathaniel Upton, Encyclopedia of American Race Riots (Greenwood Press, 2007), Vol. 1, p32
  48. ^ Arthur J. Dommen, The Indochinese Experience of the French and the Americans: Nationalism and Communism in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam (Indiana University Press, 2001), p386
  49. ^ Bergt Samuelsson and Michael Sohlman, eds, Nobel Lectures: Physics 1901–1921 (World Scientific, 1998), p359
  50. ^ Naval Historical Foundation
  51. ^ "Korean Mobs Riot, Celebrate As Rhee Agrees to Resign", Oakland Tribune, April 26, 1960, p1
  52. ^ "Rhee Retires; Aide In Family Suicide", Oakland Tribune, April 28, 1960, p1
  53. ^ Seth Jacobs, Cold war mandarin: Ngo Dinh Diem and the origins of America's war in Vietnam (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2006)
  54. ^ "Togoland Proclaims Freedom", Pacific Stars and Stripes, April 28, 1960, p1; U.S. Department of State
  55. ^ USS Tullibee home page; "Navy's First Killer A-Sub Launched", Oakland Tribune, April 27, 1960, p1
  56. ^ "Paraguay Battles Invasion Forces", Oakland Tribune, April 30, 1960, p1