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    Nell'ambito del progetto “Arpanet”, la rete di computer costituita nel settembre del 1969 dall'Arpa (Advanced Research Projects Agency), del dipartimento di Difesa degli Usa, il 29 ottobre del 1969 il professor Leonard Kleinrock dell'Università della California di Los Angeles riuscì a stabilire il primo collegamento della rete telematica, trasmettendo la parola “login” all'unico altro nodo della rete a quel tempo esistente e funzionante, presso lo Stanford Research ...

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    1969 ( MCMLXIX) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1969th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 969th year of the 2nd millennium, the 69th year of the 20th century, and the 10th and last year of the 1960s decade. This year is notable for Apollo 11 's first landing on the moon.

  3. Questa categoria contiene le 37 sottocategorie indicate di seguito, su un totale di 37. Cortometraggi del 1969 ‎ (8 C) Film per la televisione del 1969 ‎ (6 P) A Film algerini del 1969 ‎ (1 P) Film argentini del 1969 ‎ (1 P) Film australiani del 1969 ‎ (1 P) Film austriaci del 1969 ‎ (2 P) B Film belgi del 1969 ‎ (1 P)

  4. Il diciannovesimo Festival di Sanremo si svolse al Salone delle feste del Casinò di Sanremo dal 30 gennaio al 1º febbraio 1969 e fu condotto da Nuccio Costa affiancato da Gabriella Farinon. Le serate di giovedì e venerdì furono trasmesse in radio dal Secondo programma e in televisione dal Secondo canale mentre la finale andò in onda in radio sul Primo programma e in televisione sul Programma Nazionale. Fu un'edizione che risentiva del clima sessantottino: infatti, a parte ...

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    January 12 – Led Zeppelin's first album is released.
    January 20 – Richard Nixon becomes President of the United States, after Lyndon Johnson.
    February 3 – Yasser Arafat becomes Palestinian Liberation Organization leader at the Palestinian National Congress.
    April 9 – Around 300 students take over Harvard University, because they do not like the Vietnam Warbeing fought.
    January 2 – Christy Turlington, American model
    January 3 – Michael Schumacher, German Formula onedriver
    January 5 – Marilyn Manson, American singer
    January 14 – Dave Grohl, American musician

    January

    1. January 1 – Barton MacLane, American actor (b. 1902) 2. January 1 – Bruno Söderström, Swedish track and field athlete (b. 1881) 3. January 4 – Paul Chambers, American jazz double bassist (b. 1935) 4. January 9 – Jacques van Egmond, Dutch racing cyclist (b. 1908) 5. January 17 – Grażyna Bacewicz, Polish composer (b. 1909) 6. January 19 – Jan Palach, Czech activist (b. 1948) 7. January 30 – Dominique Pire, Belgian friar (b. 1910) 8. January 31 – Meher Baba, Indian mystic (b. 1894)

    February

    1. February 2 – Boris Karloff, English actor (b. 1887) 2. February 23 – Madhubala, Indian actress (b. 1933) 3. February 23 – King Saud of Saudi Arabia (b. 1902) 4. February 26 – Levi Eshkol, 3rd Prime Minister of Israel (b. 1895)

    March

    1. March 24 – Joseph Kasa-Vubu, 1st President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (b. 1917) 2. March 28 – Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th President of the United States (b. 1890)

    Nobel Prize in Physics – Murray Gell-Mann, American physicist (for his work on the theory of elementary particles)
    Chemistry – Derek H R Barton, Odd Hassel
    Medicine – Max Delbrück, Alfred D Hershey, Salvador E Luria
    Literature – Samuel Beckett, Irish writer
    "Aquarius"/"Let The Sunshine In" – Fifth Dimension
    "The Ballad of John and Yoko" – The Beatles
    "But You Know I Love You" – Kenny Rogersand The First Edition
    "The Boxer" – Simon and Garfunkel
    Ada or Ardor: A Family Chronicle – Vladimir Nabokov
    The Andromeda Strain – Michael Crichton
    The Edible Woman – Margaret Atwood
    The Godfather – Mario Puzo
  5. 1969 was the last year in which the United States government gave greater financial support, through the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) "Music Program" to opera than it did to other classical music, and the first year in which it gave any support at all to jazz and folk music.