In The Netherlands , there was from July 24, 1963 to April 14, 1965 the cabinet Marijnen, with Mr. V.G.M. Marijnen (KVP) as prime minister.
In The Netherlands , there was from April 14, 1965 to November 22, 1966 the cabinet Cals, with Mr. J.M.L.Th. Cals (KVP) as prime minister.
The Netherlands had about 12.2 million citizens.
February 15 » A new red-and-white maple leaf design is adopted as the flag of Canada, replacing the old Canadian Red Ensign banner.
July 16 » The Mont Blanc Tunnel linking France and Italy opens.
July 25 » Bob Dylan goes electric at the Newport Folk Festival, signaling a major change in folk and rock music.
November 24 » Joseph-Désiré Mobutu seizes power in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and becomes President; he rules the country (which he renames Zaire in 1971) for over 30 years, until being overthrown by rebels in 1997.
November 27 » Vietnam War: The Pentagon tells U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson that if planned operations are to succeed, the number of American troops in Vietnam has to be increased from 120,000 to 400,000.
December 31 » Jean-Bédel Bokassa, leader of the Central African Republic army, and his military officers begins a coup d'état against the government of President David Dacko.
Weather February 9, 1965
The temperature on February 9, 1965 was between -3.4 °C and 3.0 °C and averaged -0.3 °C. There was 8.3 hours of sunshine (87%). The partly clouded was. The average windspeed was 2 Bft (weak wind) and was prevailing from the north.
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