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Title: SNAP!-SNAP! Part 2

Author: Noopster

Celebs: Selena Gomez

Codes: f, nc, mc, oral

Disclaimer: This story is a work of fiction based on nothing real or plausible at all. Fantasy is legal and this shit is ridiculous anyway.

9 years earlier exactly to the date, 15 year old Selena and Rodrigo Gomez arrived at the local auditorium in Grand Prairie, Texas. She had just gotten the call informing her that she’d got the lead role in Disney channel’s new series, “Wizards of Weaverly Place” and her Dad had taken her out to celebrate by watching one of those silly hypnotizing shows that always made her laugh so much. Assisting to those kinds of weird events had become a father and daughter tradition since there wasn’t much to do for teenagers like Selena in such a small town.

The show began with a big cloud of smoke and a dark figure materializing in the center of the stage while ominous music blasted from the cheap auditorium speakers. In Selena’s experience, most hypnotizers tended to be less flashy, going out on stage in a nice suit and introducing themselves in a down to earth manner. But this guy was totally different which made her curious from the get-go. She looked down at the flyer in her hand, “Aldebaran of the Shadows, master of the hidden arts of hypnotism” it said in big bold letters. The dumb name made her chuckle and she went back to watching the stage, resting her head on her father’s shoulder.

“Good evening, ladies and gentleman,” the man on stage greeted them with a thick accent, he was obviously foreign but it was hard to tell from where exactly. The long black cape he had on draped over his shoulders and touched the floor, hiding most of his body. On top of that he had a black broad-brimmed hat and a white mask that reminded Selena of the cheap one she’d seen a kid wearing in her high school’s version of Phantom of the Opera.

“I am Aldebaran of the Shadows and tonight I will open your minds to the infinite possibilities hidden in the ancient art of hypnotism!” he announced and all of a sudden a dozen stage lights lit up and pointed to the crowd, each one focusing on a different audience member.

“Unbeknownst to you, I have been observing you since the moment you stepped foot outside this building. If there is a light on you right now that means I have personally selected you to be part of this experiment. Now of course, you can refuse to participate… But why would you? I assure you this will be a life altering experience, but one where you will be treated with absolute respect. There will be a demonstration of course, because that is why people paid to be here, but if you have any personal issues dealing with depression, substance abuse, lack of energy, anxiety or any other affliction of the mind let me tell you, I can guarantee that it can be cured with hypnosis.”

The crowd began murmuring and their heads turned constantly to look at the chosen ones who appeared to be in a confused daze.

“Flaca, you don’t have to go,” Ricardo said to his skinny daughter, “Let’s just watch the show together like we always do.”

“Yeah, but… I kinda want to know what it’s like,” she confessed, standing next to him with one hand covering her eyes from the bright reflector, “Can I go, Daddy?”

“Sure, go ahead, flaca. I’ll be laughing at you from here.”

“Thank you!” she said, bending over and kissing him on the cheek before making her way backstage with a big excited smile on her baby face. A stage attendant led her to a white room completely empty except for a couple of chairs and a small table with two glasses of water.

“Aldebaran will be right you,” the young man told her before exiting the room and closing the door.

“Ok, thank you.”

She turned to her bag to look for something and a shadow on the corner of her eye caught her attention.

“Hello, Selena.”

The young actress jumped and screamed, shocked at the man that had appeared right in front of her eyes.

“How the hell did you– There was no one here when I came in!”

“Shh, calm down, Selena. I didn’t mean to frighten you.”

“Umm, how do you know my name?”

The situation was completely different than she had expected. All of the shows she’d seen over the years had a brief period where the host would entertain the audience while someone would hypnotize the volunteers backstage. What followed was almost always a serious of silly, light-hearted demonstrations where the volunteers would be told to walk like ducks or sing a song or any other embarrassing thing they would not normally do in front of dozens of people. But sitting there in that uninviting room she could hear Aldebaran still talking to the audience on stage, so who could that man dressed exactly the same be?

“You told it to me.”

“No, I didn’t.”

“You did, right when I entered the room.”

“What are you talking about? You just got here!”

“Actually, we have been talking for about 10 minutes now.”

The pretty brunette was shocked, confused and very uncomfortable. That wasn’t at all what she was expecting.

“Ok, if you say so… but when do I get hypnotized?”

“You already are.”

“Wait… what? So why am I not on stage?”

“I have to ask you a few questions first to make sure the technique worked properly on you. The quicker you answer them, the quicker we can proceed with the show so please, answer them honestly, ok?”

“Umm, sure,” the slender latina replied, convincing herself that the weirdness of the moment was to be expected from a guy who dressed like that and called himself Aldebaran of the Shadows.

“First question, how old are you?”

“I just turned 15 a month ago”

“And who did you come here with tonight?”

“My father.”

“Is he the one that calls you flaca?”

“Yes– I mean, how do you know that?”

“You already told me all of this, flaca, now I’m just testing your responsiveness to the hypnosis.”

“Don’t call me that, only my Dad calls me that,” the petite girl complained. She was being spoken to in a dismissive tone she did not care for, like her interviewer couldn’t wait to be done with her.

“It’s an intimate nickname that only your biological father uses, yes?”

“Yes, exactly.”

“So you would never let anyone else call you that. Ever. Is that right?”


“Good, very good, because that will be your trigger word.

“My what?”

“Selena, what I do is not a gimmick,” the masked man said in an irritated tone. “There are tons of charlatans out there putting on shows that fool the crowd but make a mockery out of hypnotism. But that is not me. What I do is absolutely real, but to work properly it needs the hypnotized person to be constantly reinforced by a trigger word that has a strong personal meaning. Now, I have surmised that the nickname your father uses would be the perfect word in your case. If you are uncomfortable with this you are free to leave and go back to join the crowd.”

“No, I… yeah, it’s ok,” she agreed nervously, “I guess we can do that, I mean, it’s not like I’m ever going to see you again.”

“Precisely. Now, let’s contin– …continue. Ahem.”

“What?” the girl asked as she removed her small vest.

Aldebaran dealt with people all the time, he’d been doing so for years and years, so much so that every face seemed to blur together. He could go for months interviewing and hypnotizing people without remembering even one face afterwards. To him they were all just tools to use in his act and make a living. But something changed the moment the young girl sitting in front of him got up. He caught a glimpse of her pink panties and the flowery smell that came off her hair hit him like a punch to the face.

“María!” his mind screamed in an instant. She smelled exactly like her. His high school crush, the girl of his dreams. The one who had ignored him his whole life and who he had never gotten over. Maria was the reason he had become a hypnotist in the first place. He had studied for many years, learning anything and everything he could about hypnotism, hoping that it would help him get the woman that his poor looks and humble means had denied him. But it never worked on her; no matter how hard he tried he could never make her love him. The last attempt to dominate her mind had failed so horribly that he could never get close to her again.

That traumatic experience helped him learn the most important rule in hypnotism but it also broke his spirit. After that he swore to never again use his knowledge to satisfy his selfish desires.

While he was lost in those painful memories his prolonged silence had made Selena very uncomfortable.

“Is something wrong, mister?”

Unsettled, he finally took a good look at Selena’s puerile face. She resembled her, but she was even more beautiful than María. His heart started to accelerate while his eyes wondered down the girl’s cute, fragile body. The pure color and soft texture of her skin, the briefness of her waist, the small shape of her breasts barely visible behind her shirt, the shapely, delicate curves of her legs… everything about that sweet teenager was miraculously beautiful in a way that made him feel feverishly drunk with love and lust and excitement.

“Umm, is everything ok?” she asked one more time.

“Yes… I’m sorry, I was just… thinking of something,” he responded, visibly agitated even with the mask on.

“Ok…” Selena muttered, a little weirded out by the sudden change in his tone, “So, are we done or what?”

“We… umm, we’re almost done,” he told her, before clearing his throat and taking a deep breath to recover his composure.

“I just have a few more questions for you, flaca.

Selena kept quiet, still very uncomfortable with him using that nickname, especially after she’d just realized he was trying to look up her short denim skirt.

“Tell me, flaca, what kind of panties are you wearing?”

“WHAT?!” she yelled, jumping off the chair, “HOW DARE–“


The girl stood still, her eyes looking straight ahead, focused on nothing.

Aldebaran shook his head; in 20 years of traveling around the world as a hypnotizer he had never disrespected one of his subjects like that. Naturally there had been numerous times in which he had felt tempted to abuse his power because of a beautiful woman or belligerent man, but he respected his oath above everything else. That was a line he was sure he’d never cross. Or at least that was what he thought until he met Selena Gomez.

The troubled man got up from the chair and walked around the room, debating with himself what his next move should be. Was he strong enough to do the right thing and let the girl go or would he surrender to what his body was urging for.

He stopped and looked at the girl again.

“Ok, ok. I won’t touch her… I just want to get a good look…” he said to himself, kneeling down in front of the frozen girl. Avoiding any contact with her as if she was made of fragile glass he lowered his head just enough to look up her short skirt. “Oh! How wonderful!” he whispered, even though no one could hear him. He stared at the bottom of her panties for a long time, memorizing the mouthwatering shape of her labia pressed against the soft cotton fabric. He was so close, so tempted…

“No!” he exclaimed, getting away from the girl’s crotch, “I must not!”

He sat back on the chair, took another deep breath and began addressing her with a clear, firm tone:

Flaca, can you hear me?”


“From now on you will address me as Master. Understood?”

“Yes, Master,” she replied monotonously.

“Ok, good, that’s very good,” he mumbled, hoping that the obstacle he had run into with his high school crush might not be present with the petite brunette driving him crazy. Still, he was cautious to take any big risks until her susceptibility was confirmed.

“Now hike up your skirt, flaca, show me your panties.

Only Selena’s hands reacted, obeying the man’s command without missing a beat.

“Yes!” Aldebaran celebrated, reaching inside his vest and pulling out a digital camera. “I think my suspicions about you might be true, flaca.”

There was the sound of a click as the lens captured the deadpan girl flashing her panties. “Now turn around, flaca.” Another click of the camera to get a great shot of her cute little butt framed in pink by her tight underwear.

“Now let’s see if you’re ready… Sit back down and listen to me, flaca.”

“Yes, Master.”

“When I snap my fingers again you will wake up, you will have forgotten the last thing I asked you. Then you will answer every one of my questions sincerely, no matter what the answer is you will tell the absolute truth to me, without hiding any details.Understood?”

“Yes, Master.”


Selena’s consciousness returned, she was angry but had no idea why. The man’s breath had become irregular and she wondered if he felt ill under his bulky costume.

“Let’s continue, shall we?”

“Yes, Master,” she replied automatically, followed by a quick gasp and her hand over her mouth. She couldn’t believe she had just said that. Aldebaran pretended like he didn’t hear anything but grinned with satisfaction under the mask.

“Tell me, flaca, what kind of panties are you wearing?”

“My panties are pink and made of cotton, Master, they’re very comfortable,” she answered instantaneously and again she reacted shocked. “Why the hell did he ask me that and why the hell did I answer?!” she thought.

“And under those panties, flaca… is your pussy shaved?”

“Yes, Master, I shaved it this morning for the first time.”


Selena froze again and Aldebaran took of his mask to breathe better. The girl’s answer had astounded him and he felt like his heart was going to burst out of his chest. There was no way he could stop now, he had to push forward.

“Flaca,” he repeated once more before putting the mask back on, the trigger word had to be present constantly to reinforce the hypnotic trance, “When I snap my fingers again you will continue to answer my questions truthfully, but you won’t move unless I tell you to. You will do exactly what I tell you to. Is that clear?”

“Yes, Mast–”


“Show it to me, flaca.

Selena stood up and started to hike up her little skirt again. She didn’t understand why she was doing it, it was as if she was a prisoner of her own body, unable to stop her own hands from pulling down on the elastic of her underwear. “What the hell is happening to me?! Why am I saying and doing these things?!” she screamed inside her mind, standing in front of the creepy man with her panties crumpled around her knees and her hairless pussy in full display.

“Amazing!” he said with his eyes fixed on the light pink of her lower lips. “You are absolutely wonderful, flaca! Now turn around and bend over.“

Selena did as told and then stood there quietly while the man in black stared at her tight little butt. The young latina started shaking, terrified of the groans and heavy sighs coming out of him.

“Don’t be afraid, flaca, I’m not gonna hurt you, I promise. Now I want you to hand me your panties, then sit back on that chair and spread your legs for me.“

“Yes, Master,” she replied to her own dismay before giving him the underwear. Then she followed the rest of the instructions and sat with her legs spread wide open right in front of him. Panting like a thirsty animal he pulled out his camera again and the helpless beauty watched horrified as he took picture after picture of her most intimate area.

“Do you touch yourself at home, flaca? Do you play with yourself?”

“Yes, Master, sometimes.”

Not entirely satisfied with the angle he squatted down right in front of her and captured the inner layers of her teenage cunt from up close. The subtle scent of her womanhood filled his mind with desire and in a moment of weakness he couldn’t stop himself from reaching out and caressing her pink folds with the tip of his finger.

“You– you’re wet!” he noted, more for himself than for the young girl that was being molested.

“Yes, Master. I am wet.”

Aldebaran raised one eyebrow and looked up into her eyes while he continued to slide his finger up and down her labia. Selena was looking down at him with her mouth open, her expression a confusing blend of fear and arousal.

“Do you like it when I touch you, flaca?”

“Yes, Master, I like it.”

He smiled and Selena panicked inside her mind: “Oh my God he’s going to rape me and I just encouraged him!”

“Are you a virgin, flaca?”

“Yes, Master, I am.”

“I could– I could take your virginity right now…” he told her as he buried his index finger in her tight cunt. Selena moaned softly and it was the greatest sound he’d ever heard. “Do you want me to? Do you want me to fuck you?” he finally asked, ready to throw away the last remains of his honor.

“No, Master, I don’t.”

“Hmm, she’s not ready,” he thought and felt ashamed of himself for almost taking away 15 year old girl’s purity.

“Ok, we will both wait then,” The older man declared, pulling his finger out of her and tasting her lubrication. He tried to walk away and end the interview, it took all of his will but he managed to get back to his chair. Then he looked at Selena who was breathing heavy, her legs spread, her mouth wide open and her glistening pussy still contracting as if there was still a finger provoking it.

“Take off your shirt, flaca, and your bra.”

Selena obeyed and exposed her nubile breasts. The sight of those tiny pink nipples crowning her small, still growing, pubescent breasts sent Aldebaran into a frenzy. He threw away his hat and his mask and lunged forward and dove his tongue into her pink, wet folds, causing her to let out a long sigh of pleasure. Selena’s 15 year old cunt was the best thing he had ever experienced, every second his face touched her soft lips was precious and incomparable to anything else. His hands landed on the inner part of her delicate thighs and hers on top of his head, pushing his face even more against her anatomy.

In her mind, Selena was still repulsed by the spectacle she was unable to stop. The closest thing to sex she had done with another person at that point was french kissing her best friend during a slumber party at her house, but now there was a grown man eating her pussy and making her feel things she had no idea were possible. For her it all seemed like a bad dream, she wanted him to leave her alone, to get his gross hands off of her but as the minutes passed the amazing sensations were impossible to ignore. Just before climaxing a fleeting thought flashed through her mind, “I LOVE IT, MASTER, I LOVE YOUR MOUTH ON MY PUSSY!” she screamed and for the first time since she entered that white room her body and mind were in agreement. Her frail anatomy convulsed a few times, her moans and whimpers turned to music in Aldebaran’s ears while he savored the love juices that flowed down into his mouth.

Selena slumped back in the chair and watched as her abuser stood over her with his hard prick in hand and stroked it maniacally until thick streams of cum shot out of it and landed on the pale, little mounds of her chest. Aldebaran then rubbed the head of her cock against her face, leaving a trail of clear semen over her left cheek.

“Did you enjoy that, flaca?” he asked, out of breath.

“Yes, Master. It felt good.” she admitted while he photographed her sweaty body covered in jizz.


Selena sat back up with her back straight and devoid of emotions.

“Dress yourself.”

The hypnotized girl grabbed her skirt and tried to take her underwear back from him.

“No, without the panties. I’m keeping them.”

Without a word she put her skirt back on without any underwear and her t-shirt stuck to her cum stained chest.

“When I snap my fingers again you will have forgotten everything that happened in this room. You will walk out of here and onto the stage where I will be waiting for you with more instructions. Do you understand, flaca?”

“Yes, Master.”

“Oh, and another thing… I don’t want you fooling around with any man or boy while I’m not here so you are going to wait for me. You will not let any man touch you below the waist under any circumstance. You will not lose your virginity until I take it from you. Is that clear, flaca?

“Yes, Master.”


Selena returned to her body and made her way to the stage feeling tired and weak in the legs. The crowd cheered and laughed during the performance of the hypnotized volunteers and almost an hour later gave Aldebaran a standing ovation.

“So did you like the show?” the actress asked her Dad as they walked back to his car.

“Sí, mija, mostly because you made a fool of yourself up there. I don’t think I’ve laughed that much in years!”

“Oh God how embarrassing!” she laughed as they reached her father’s big truck. Ricardo opened the door for his daughter and helped her get her foot set on the side step, then he gave her a little push so she could reach the elevated seat. All of a sudden his face turned bright red. He closed the door and climbed on the other side.

“Oye, flaca…”

“Yes, Daddy?”

“Why are you, umm… not wearing underwear?”

“What? Of course I’m wearing– oh,” she exclaimed when she pulled up her skirt and realized she had nothing under it.

“Could you, umm…” Rodrigo said uncomfortably, trying not to stare too much at his daughter’s bare pussy.

“Oh! Right! Sorry about that!” Selena apologized and covered herself immediately, her face blushing just like her father’s, “I think I just… forgot.”

They rode in silence the rest of the way but just as he parked the truck in front of his ex-wife’s house to let Selena out he asked her one more thing:

“Oye, mija… I know it’s none of my business but, umm, I don’t think you should be going out like that, you know? Like in short skirts and… nothing else. I mean… Is that something you’ve done before, flaca?”

“Just one time when Demi dared me to go to her birthday party in a mini skirt without panties. But that was almost a year ago!”

Rodrigo’s shocked reaction at her brutal sincerity matched Selena’s. An uncomfortable silence draped over them and they both freaked out at the same time.

“I have to go, mija”

“Yeah, I have to go too.”

Rodrigo stepped on the gas and drove away like he was in a car chase. Selena turned around and walked to her front door, completely disturbed and trying in vain to figure out why she felt so sticky, what could have possibly compelled her to tell something so embarrassing to her father or why the fuck she’d forgotten to wear panties.

To be Continued…

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This article is about the year 1972.


1972 (MCMLXXII) was a leap year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1972nd year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 972nd year of the 2nd millennium, the 72nd year of the 20th century, and the 3rd year of the 1970s decade.

Within the context of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) it was the longest year ever, as two leap seconds were added during this 366-day year, an event which has not since been repeated. (If its start and end are defined using mean solar time [the legal time scale], its duration was 31622401.141 seconds of Terrestrial Time (or Ephemeris Time), which is slightly shorter than 1908).[1]



Main article: January 1972

  • January 1 – Kurt Waldheim becomes Secretary-General of the United Nations.
  • January 2 – Pierre Hotel Robbery: Six men rob the safe deposit boxes of The Pierre hotel in New York City of at least million.
  • January 3 – MGM's 1951 Show Boat is presented on television by NBC for the first time. This marks the first complete network telecast of any version of Show Boat (it had already been filmed as a part-talkie in 1929, and as a full-sound musical in 1936).
  • January 4
    • The first scientific hand-held calculator (HP-35) is introduced (price 5).
    • Rose Heilbron becomes the first woman judge at the Old Bailey in London.
  • January 5 – U.S. President Richard Nixon orders the development of a Space Shuttle program.
  • January 7
  • January 9 – The RMS Queen Elizabeth is destroyed by fire in Hong Kong harbor.
  • January 10 – Sheikh Mujibur Rahman returns to Bangladesh after spending over nine months in prison in Pakistan.
  • January 11 – East Pakistan renames itself Bangladesh.
  • January 13 – Prime Minister of Ghana Kofi Abrefa Busia is overthrown in a military coup by Colonel Ignatius Kutu Acheampong.
  • January 14 – Queen Margrethe II of Denmark succeeds her father, King Frederick IX, on the throne of Denmark, the first Queen of Denmark since 1412 and the first Danish monarch not named Frederick or Christian since 1513.
  • January 19 – The Libertarian enclave Minerva on a platform in the South Pacific, sponsored by the Phoenix Foundation, declares independence. Soon neighboring Tonga annexes the area and dismantles the platform.
  • January 20
    • President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto announces that Pakistan will immediately begin a nuclear weapons program.
    • Fears are growing about the economy of the United Kingdom, where unemployment is now exceeding 1 million for the first time since World War II.[2]
  • January 21
  • January 24 – Japanese soldier Shoichi Yokoi is discovered in Guam; he had spent 28 years in the jungle.
  • January 25 – Shirley Chisholm, the first African American Congresswoman, announces her candidacy for President.
  • January 26
  • January 27 – Two New York City Police Department officers, Gregory Foster and Rocco Laurie, are assassinated by members of the Black Liberation Army (BLA) while on foot patrol in New York's East Village area.
  • January 30
  • January 31 – King Birendra succeeds his father as King of Nepal.


Main article: February 1972

  • February 2
    • A bomb explodes at the British Yacht Club in West Berlin, killing Irwin Beelitz, a German boat builder.
    • The German militant group 2 June Movement announces its support of the Provisional Irish Republican Army.
    • Anti-British riots take place throughout Ireland. The British Embassy in Dublin is burned to the ground, as are several British-owned businesses.
    • The last draft lottery is held, a watershed event in the wind-down of military conscription in the United States during the Vietnam era. These draft candidates are never called to duty.
  • February 3–13 – The 1972 Winter Olympics are held in Sapporo, Japan.
  • February 4 – Mariner 9 sends pictures as it orbits Mars.
  • February 5
  • February 9 – The British government declares a state of emergency over a miners' strike.
  • February 15
  • February 17 – Volkswagen Beetle sales exceed those of the Ford Model T when the 15,007,034th Beetle is produced.
  • February 18 – The California Supreme Court voids the state's death penalty, commuting all death sentences to life in prison.
  • February 19 – Asama-Sansō incident: Five United Red Army members break into a lodge below Mount Asama, taking the wife of the lodge keeper hostage.
  • February 21 – The Soviet unmanned spaceship Luna 20 lands on the Moon.
  • February 21 – February 28 – U.S. President Richard M. Nixon makes an unprecedented 8-day visit to the People's Republic of China and meets with Mao Zedong.
  • February 22
  • February 23 – Angela Davis is released from jail. A Caruthers, California farmer, Rodger McAfee, helps her make bail.
  • February 24 – North Vietnamese negotiators walk out of the Paris Peace Talks to protest U.S. air raids.
  • February 26
  • February 28 – The Asama-Sanso incident ends in a standoff between 5 members of the Japanese United Red Army and the authorities, in which two policemen are killed and 12 injured.


Main article: March 1972

  • March 1
  • March 2
  • March 3
    • Sculpted figures of Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, and Stonewall Jackson are completed at Stone Mountain in the U.S. state of Georgia.
    • Mohawk Airlines Flight 405 crashed into a house on Edgewood Avenue in Albany, New York, killing 16 of the 47 persons on board, and one person in an upstairs apartment. The impact happened at 8:48 pm after the commuter plane lost power during a snowstorm.
    • Thick as a Brick by Jethro Tull is released, a concept album supposedly written by an 8-year-old boy, Gerald Bostock.
  • March 4
  • March 5 – Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis leaves the Greek Communist Party.
  • March 13
    • The United Kingdom and the People's Republic of China elevate diplomatic exchanges to the ambassadorial level after 22 years.
    • Clifford Irving admits to a New York court that he had fabricated Howard Hughes' "autobiography".
  • March 15 – The Godfather has its premiere at the Loew's State Theatre in New York City.
  • March 16 – The first building of the Pruitt–Igoe housing development in St. Louis is destroyed.
  • March 19 – India and Bangladesh sign the Indo-Bangladeshi Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Peace.
  • March 22 – The 92nd U.S. Congress votes to send the proposed Equal Rights Amendment to the states for ratification.
  • March 24 – The British government announces the prorogation of the Parliament of Northern Ireland and the introduction of 'Direct Rule' of Northern Ireland, after the Unionist government refuses to cede security powers.
  • March 25 – Après toi sung by Vicky Leandros (music by Klaus Munro & Mario Panas, lyric by Klaus Munro & Yves Dessca) wins the Eurovision Song Contest 1972 for Luxembourg.
  • March 26
  • March 27 – The First Sudanese Civil War ends.
  • March 30


Main article: April 1972

  • April 7 – Vietnam War veteran Richard McCoy, Jr. hijacks a United Airlines jet and extorts 0,000; he is later captured.
  • April 10
  • April 12 – The X-rated animated movie Fritz the Cat is released.
  • April 13 – The Universal Postal Union decides to recognize the People's Republic of China as the only legitimate Chinese representative, effectively expelling the Republic of China administering Taiwan.
  • April 16
  • April 17 – The first Boston Marathon in which women are officially allowed to compete.
  • April 22 – Sylvia Cook and John Fairfax finish rowing across the Pacific.
  • April 26 – The Lockheed L-1011 TriStar enters service with Eastern Airlines.
  • April 27
  • April 29 – The fourth anniversary of the Broadway musical Hair is celebrated with a free concert at a Central Park bandshell, followed by dinner at the Four Seasons. There, 13 Black Panther protesters and the show's co-author, Jim Rado, are arrested for disturbing the peace and for using marijuana.


Main article: May 1972

  • May 2 – Fire at the Sunshine Mine, a silver mine in Idaho, kills 91.
  • May 5 – An Alitalia DC-8 crashes west of Palermo, Sicily; 115 die.
  • May 7 – General elections are held in Italy.
  • May 8 – U.S. President Richard Nixon orders the mining of Haiphong Harbor in Vietnam.
  • May 10 – Operation Linebacker and Operation Custom Tailor begin with large-scale bombing operations against North Vietnam by tactical fighter aircraft.
  • May 11 – The Boston Bruins defeat the New York Rangers four games to two to win the Stanley Cup.
  • May 13 – A fire in a nightclub atop the Sennichi department store in Osaka, Japan, kills 115.
  • May 15
  • May 16 – The first financial derivatives exchange, the International Monetary Market (IMM), opens on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
  • May 18 – Four troopers of the British Special Air Service and Special Boat Service are parachuted onto the ocean liner Queen Elizabeth 2 1,600 kilometres (1,000 mi) across the Atlantic after a bomb threat and ransom demand which turn out to be bogus.
  • May 19 – Three out of six bombs explode in the Axel Springer AG media company offices in Hamburg, Germany, injuring 17; the Red Army Faction claims responsibility.
  • May 21 – In St. Peter's Basilica (Vatican City), Laszlo Toth attacks Michelangelo's Pietà statue with a geologist's hammer, shouting that he is Jesus Christ.
  • May 22
  • May 23 – The Tamil United Front (later known as Tamil United Liberation Front), a pro-Tamil organization, is founded in Sri Lanka.
  • May 24
  • May 26
  • May 27 – Mark Donohue wins the Indianapolis 500 in the Penske Racing McLaren–Offenhauser.
  • May 30


Main article: June 1972

  • June – Iraq nationalizes the Iraq Petroleum Company.
  • June 2 – Andreas Baader, Jan-Carl Raspe, Holger Meins and some other members of the Red Army Faction are arrested in Frankfurt am Main after a shootout.
  • June 3 – Sally Priesand becomes the first female U.S. rabbi.
  • June 4 – Angela Davis is found not guilty of murder.
  • June 5–16 – The United Nations Conference on the Human Environment is held in Stockholm, Sweden
  • June 8
  • June 9 – The Black Hills flood kills 238 in South Dakota.
  • June 11 – Henri Pescarolo (France) and co-driver former World Drivers' Champion Graham Hill (Britain) win the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the Equipe Matra MS670.
  • June 14–23 – Hurricane Agnes kills 117 on the U.S. East Coast.
  • June 14
  • June 15 – Ulrike Meinhof and Gerhard Müller of the Red Army Faction are arrested in a teacher's apartment in Langenhagen, West Germany.
  • June 15–18 – The first U.S. Libertarian Party National Convention is held in Denver, Colorado.
  • June 16 – 108 die as two passenger trains hit the debris of a collapsed railway tunnel near Soissons, France.
  • June 17
  • June 18
    • Staines air disaster: 118 die when a Trident 1 jet airliner crashes two minutes after take off from London Heathrow Airport.
    • West Germany beats the Soviet Union 3–0 to win Euro 72.
    • Hong Kong's worst flooding and landslides in recorded history with 653.2 millimetres (25.72 in) of rainfall in the previous three days. 67 people die due to building collapses in Mid-levels districts landslide and building collapses, with a further 83 due to flooding-related fatalities. It is the second worst fatality due to building collapses, and the worst flooding in Hong Kong's recorded history.
  • June 23 – Watergate scandal: U.S. President Richard M. Nixon and White House chief of staff H. R. Haldeman are taped talking about using the C.I.A. to obstruct the F.B.I.'s investigation into the Watergate break-ins.
  • June 26 – Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney co-found Atari.
  • June 28 – U.S. President Richard Nixon announces that no new draftees will be sent to Vietnam.
  • June 29 – Furman v. Georgia: The Supreme Court of the United States rules that capital punishment is unconstitutional.
  • June 30 – The International Time Bureau adds the first leap second (23:59:60) to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) at the end of the month.


Main article: July 1972

  • July – U.S. actress Jane Fonda tours North Vietnam, during which she is photographed sitting on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun.
  • July 1
  • July 2 – Following Pakistan's surrender to India in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, both nations sign the historic Simla Agreement, agreeing to settle their disputes bilaterally.
  • July 4 – The first Rainbow Gathering is held in Colorado.
  • July 8 – The U.S. sells grain to the Soviet Union for 0 million.
  • July 10 – India's news agency reports that at least 24 people have been killed in separate incidents, in the Chandka Forest in India, by elephants crazed by heat and drought.
  • July 10–14 – The Democratic National Convention meets in Miami Beach. Senator George McGovern, who backs the immediate and complete withdrawal of U.S. troops from South Vietnam, is nominated for President. He names fellow Senator Thomas Eagleton as his running mate.
  • July 15 – The Pruitt–Igoe housing development is demolished in St. Louis, Missouri.
  • July 18 – Anwar Sadat expels 20,000 Soviet advisors from Egypt.
  • July 21
  • July 23 – The United States launches Landsat 1, the first Earth-resources satellite.
  • July 24 – King Jigme Singye Wangchuck succeeds his father Jigme Dorji Wangchuck as king of Bhutan.
  • July 25 – U.S. health officials admit that African-Americans were used as guinea pigs in the Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male.
  • July 27 – The McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle makes its first flight.
  • July 28 – A national dock strike begins in Britain.
  • July 31 – The Troubles, Northern Ireland:


Main article: August 1972

  • August 1 – U.S. Senator Thomas Eagleton, the Democratic vice-presidential nominee, withdraws from the race after revealing he was once treated for mental illness.
  • August 4
    • Arthur Bremer is jailed for 63 years for shooting George Wallace.
    • Dictator Idi Amin declares that Uganda will expel 50,000 Asians with British passports to Britain within 3 months.
    • A huge solar flare (one of the largest ever recorded) knocks out cable lines in U.S. It begins with the appearance of sunspots on August 2; an August 4 flare kicks off high levels of activity until August 10.
  • August 10 – A brilliant, daytime meteor skips off the Earth's atmosphere due to an Apollo asteroid streaking over the western US into Canada.[5]
  • August 12 – Oil tankers Oswego-Guardian and Texanita collide near Stilbaai, South Africa.
  • August 14 – An East German Ilyushin airliner crashes near East Berlin; all 156 on board perish.
  • August 16 – As part of a coup attempt, members of the Royal Moroccan Air Force fire upon, but fail to bring down, Hassan II of Morocco's plane while he is traveling back to Rabat.
  • August 19 – The first daytime episode of the second incarnation of American game show The Price Is Right is taped at CBS Television City, to be aired on September 4.[6]
  • August 21 – The Republican National Convention in Miami Beach, Florida renominates U.S. President Richard Nixon and Vice President Spiro Agnew for a second term.
  • August 22
    • Rhodesia is expelled by the IOC for its racist policies.
    • John Wojtowicz, 27, and Sal Naturile, 18, hold several Chase Manhattan Bank employees hostage for 17 hours in Gravesend, Brooklyn, N.Y. (an event later dramatized in the film Dog Day Afternoon).
    • In the Almirante Zar Naval Base, Argentina, 16 detainees are executed by firing squad in the Trelew massacre.
  • August 26 – September 10 – The 1972 Summer Olympics are held in Munich, West Germany.


Main article: September 1972

  • September 1
  • September 4 – The first daytime episode of the second incarnation of American game show The Price Is Right, hosted by Bob Barker, is aired on CBS. Gambit and The Joker's Wild also premiere.
  • September 5–6 – Munich massacre: Eleven Israeli athletes at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich are murdered after eight members of the Arab terrorist group Black September invade the Olympic Village; five guerillas and one policeman are also killed in a failed hostage rescue.
  • September 10 – The Brazilian driver Emerson Fittipaldi wins the Italian Grand Prix at Monza and becomes the youngest Formula One World Champion.
  • September 14 – West Germany and Poland renew diplomatic relations.
  • September 17
    • Uganda announces that there are Tanzanian troops in its territory.
    • The television series MASH begins its run on CBS.
  • September 18 – São Paulo Metro is inaugurated in Brazil.
  • September 19 – A parcel bomb sent to the Israeli Embassy in London kills one diplomat.
  • September 23 – Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos announces on national television the issuance of Proclamation No. 1081 placing the entire country under martial law.[7][8]
  • September 24 – An F-86 fighter aircraft leaving an air show at Sacramento Executive Airport fails to become airborne and crashes into a Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour, killing 12 children and 11 adults.[9]
  • September 25 – Norwegian EC referendum, 1972: Norway rejects membership in the European Economic Community.
  • September 28 – The Canadian national men's hockey team defeats the Soviet national ice hockey team in Game 8 of the 1972 Summit Series (French: La Série du Siècle, Russian: Суперсерия СССР — Канада), 6–5, to win the series 4–3–1.
  • September 29 – Sino-Japanese relations: The Joint Communiqué of the Government of Japan and the Government of the People's Republic of China is signed in Beijing, which normalizes diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China after breaking official ties with the Republic of China (Taiwan).


Main article: October 1972

  • October – The government of former President of Somalia Mohamed Siad Barre formally introduces the Somali alphabet as Somalia's official writing script.[10]
  • October 1
    • The first publication reporting the production of a recombinant DNA molecule marks the birth of modern molecular biology methodology.[11]
    • Alex Comfort's bestselling manual The Joy of Sex is published.
  • October 2 – Denmark joins the European Community; the Faroe Islands stay out.
  • October 5 – The United Reformed Church is founded out of the Congregational and Presbyterian Churches.
  • October 6 – A train crash in Saltillo, Mexico kills 208 people.[12]
  • October 8
  • October 12 – En route to the Gulf of Tonkin, an anti-war protest, the USS Kitty Hawk riot led by African-Americans and interpreted by some as a race riot involving more than 200 sailors, breaks out aboard the United States Navy aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk; nearly 50 sailors are injured.
  • October 13 – Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571: A Fairchild FH-227D passenger aircraft transporting a rugby union team crashes at about 14,000 feet (4,300 m) in the Andes mountain range, near the Argentina/Chile border. Sixteen of the survivors are found alive December 20 but they have had to resort to cannibalism to survive.
  • October 16
    • A plane carrying U.S. Congressman Hale Boggs of Louisiana and three other men vanishes in Alaska. The wreckage has never been found, despite a massive search at the time.
    • Rioting Maze Prison inmates cause a fire that destroys most of the camp.
  • October 17 – Elizabeth II visits Yugoslavia.
  • October 25
    • The first female FBI agents are hired.
    • Belgian Eddy Merckx sets a new world hour record in cycling in Mexico City.
  • October 26 – Following a visit to South Vietnam, U.S. National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger suggests that "peace is at hand."
  • October 28 – The Airbus A300 flies for the first time.
  • October 29 – Lufthansa Flight 615 is hijacked and threats are made to be blown up if the three surviving perpetrators of the Munich massacre are not released from prison in West Germany. The demands are accepted, leading to fierce condemnation by Israel.[13]
  • October 30
    • U.S. President Richard Nixon approves legislation to increase Social Security spending by US.3 billion.
    • A commuter train collision in Chicago kills 45, injures hundreds.


Main article: November 1972

  • November
    • At a scientific meeting in Honolulu, Herbert Boyer and Stanley N. Cohen conceive the concept of recombinant DNA. They publish their results in November 1973 in PNAS. Separately in 1972, Paul Berg also recombines DNA in a test tube. Recombinant DNA technology has dramatically changed the field of biological sciences, especially biotechnology, and opened the door to genetically modified organisms.
    • The Nishitetsu Lions baseball club, part of the NPB's Pacific League, is sold to the Fukuoka Baseball Corporation, a subsidiary of Nishi-Nippon Railroad. The team is renamed the Taiheiyo Club Lions.
  • November 5 – A group of Amerindians occupies the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
  • November 7 – U.S. presidential election, 1972: Republican incumbent Richard Nixon defeats Democratic Senator George McGovern in a landslide (the election had the lowest voter turnout since 1948, with only 55 percent of the electorate voting).
  • November 11 – Vietnam War – Vietnamization: The United States Army turns over the massive Long Binh military base to South Vietnam.
  • November 14 – The Dow Jones Industrial Average closes above 1,000 (1,003.16) for the first time.
  • November 16 – The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization adopts the Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage[14]
  • November 19 – Seán Mac Stíofáin, a leader of the Provisional Irish Republican Army, is arrested in Dublin after giving an interview to RTÉ.
  • November 22 – Vietnam War: The United States loses its first B-52 Stratofortress of the war.
  • November 28 – The last executions in Paris, France. Roger Bontems and Claude Buffet – the Clairvaux Mutineers – are guillotined at La Santé Prison by chief executioner André Obrecht. Bontems had been found innocent of murder by the court, but as Buffet's accomplice is condemned to death anyway. President Georges Pompidou, in private an abolitionist, upholds both death sentences in deference to French public opinion.
  • November 29
    • Atari kicks off the first generation of video games with the release of their seminal arcade version of Pong, the first game to achieve commercial success.
    • The "tea house" Mellow Yellow opens on the Amstel River in Amsterdam, pioneering the legal sale of cannabis in the Netherlands.[15]
  • November 30
    • Vietnam War: White House Press Secretary Ron Ziegler tells the press that there will be no more public announcements concerning United States troop withdrawals from Vietnam, due to the fact that troop levels are now down to 27,000.
    • Cod War: British Foreign Secretary Sir Alec Douglas-Home says that Royal Navy ships will be stationed to protect British trawlers off Iceland.


Main article: December 1972

  • December 2 – Australian federal election, 1972: The Labor Party led by Gough Whitlam defeats the Liberal/Country Coalition Government led by Prime Minister William McMahon. Consequently, Whitlam becomes the first Labor Prime Minister of Australia since the defeat of Ben Chifley in 1949. Whitlam would be sworn in on December 5th; his first action using executive power was to withdraw all Australian personnel from the Vietnam War. McMahon resigned from the Liberal leadership almost immediately; he would be replaced by outgoing Treasurer Billy Snedden.
  • December 7
  • December 8
  • December 11 – Apollo 17 lands on the Moon.
  • December 14 – Apollo program: Eugene Cernan is the last person to walk on the moon, after he and Harrison Schmitt complete the third and final Extra-vehicular activity (EVA) of Apollo 17. This is the last manned mission to the moon of the 20th century.
  • December 15
  • December 16
  • December 19 – Apollo program: Apollo 17 returns to Earth, concluding the program of lunar exploration.
  • December 21
    • East Germany and West Germany recognize each other.
    • ZANLA troopers attack Altera Farm in north-east Rhodesia.
  • December 22
  • December 23
  • December 25 – The Christmas bombing of North Vietnam causes widespread criticism of the U.S. and President Richard Nixon.
  • December 26 – Former United States President Harry S. Truman dies in Kansas City, Missouri.
  • December 28 – The bones of Martin Bormann are identified in Berlin.
  • December 29 – Eastern Air Lines Flight 401 crashes into the Everglades in Florida, killing 101 of 176 on board. It is the first hull-loss of a wide-body aircraft.
  • December 31
    • Roberto Clemente dies in a plane crash off the coast of Puerto Rico while en route to deliver aid to Nicaraguan earthquake victims.
    • For the first and last time, a 2nd leap second is added (23:59:60) to a year, making 1972 366 days and two seconds long, the longest year ever within the context of UTC.
    • The US ban on the pesticide DDT takes effect.

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  • January 1
  • January 2 – Eduardo Pereira, Timorese footballer
  • January 4 – Brad Zavisha, Canadian ice hockey player
  • January 5
    • Jang Seo-hee, South Korean actress
    • Sakis Rouvas, Greek recording, film and television artist; model; businessman and former pole vaulter
  • January 9 – Mat Hoffman, American BMX rider
  • January 10 – Thomas Alsgaard, Norwegian cross-country skier
  • January 11 – Amanda Peet, American actress
  • January 12
    • Espen Knutsen, Norwegian hockey player
    • Toto Wolff, Austrian former race car driver, team principal
  • January 13
  • January 15
  • January 16
    • Ruben Bagger, Danish footballer
    • Ang Christou, Australian rules footballer
    • Dameon Clarke, Canadian actor and voice actor
    • Yuri Alekseevich Drozdov, Russian footballer
    • Ezra Hendrickson, Vincentian footballer
    • Salah Hissou, Moroccan long-distance runner
    • Joe Horn, American football player
    • Greg Page, Australian musician and actor
    • Alen Peternac, Croatian footballer
  • January 17 – Ken Hirai, Japanese singer and songwriter
  • January 17 - Kang Hui, Chinese anchor
  • January 18 – Mike Lieberthal, American baseball player
  • January 19 – Angham, Egyptian singer, record producer and actress
  • January 20 – Nikki Haley, Indian-American politician, Governor of South Carolina (2010-2017) and current U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations
  • January 21 – Billel Dziri, Algerian footballer
  • January 22
  • January 23
  • January 25 – Chantal Andere, Mexican actress
  • January 27
  • January 29 – Matt Brandstein, American writer


  • February 2
  • February 3 – Jesper Kyd, Danish video game composer
  • February 4 – Giovanni Silva de Oliveira, Brazilian footballer
  • February 5
  • February 7
  • February 8 – Big Show, American professional wrestler
  • February 9
  • February 11
  • February 14
  • February 15 – Jaromír Jágr, Czech hockey player
  • February 16 – Jerome Bettis, American football player
  • February 17
  • February 18 – Olexandra Timoshenko, Ukrainian rhythmic gymnast
  • February 19 – Malky Mackay, Scottish footballer
  • February 20 – Todd Graves, American entrepreneur & founder of Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers
  • February 21 – Seo Taiji, Korean musician
  • February 22
  • February 24
  • February 25 – Jaak Mae, Estonian cross-country skier
  • February 26
  • February 29
    • Antonio Sabàto, Jr., Italian actor
    • Sylvie Lubamba, Italian showgirl
    • Dave Williams, American musician and singer of Drowning Pool (d. 2002)
    • Saul Williams, American singer, poet and actor
    • Pedro Sánchez, Prime Minister of Spain


  • March 3
  • March 4
    • Nocturno Culto, Norwegian musician
    • Pae Gil-su, North Korean gymnast
    • Ivy Queen, Puerto Rican-American actress, singer-songwriter and record producer
    • Jos Verstappen, Dutch race car driver
  • March 6
  • March 9
  • March 10
    • Takashi Fujii (Matthew Minami), Japanese television performer
    • Matt Kenseth, American race car driver
    • Michael Lucas, Russian gay pornographic actor and director
    • Timbaland, American record producer, songwriter and rapper
  • March 13
  • March 15 – Mark Hoppus, American musician and bassist (blink-182)
  • March 17
  • March 18 – Dane Cook, American comedian
  • March 21
  • March 22
  • March 23
  • March 26 – Leslie Mann, American actress and comedian
  • March 27
  • March 28
    • Nick Frost, English actor, comedian and screenwriter
    • Eby J. Jose, Indian journalist and human rights activist
  • March 29
  • March 30 – Karel Poborský, Czech Republic football player


  • April 3 – Jennie Garth, American actress
  • April 4
    • Tag Adams, American pornographic film actor
    • Bastian Pastewka, German comedian and actor
    • Lisa Ray, Canadian model and actress
  • April 5 – Junko Takeuchi, Japanese voice actress
  • April 6 – Jason Hervey, American actor
  • April 8
  • April 7 – Tim Peake, British astronaut
  • April 9 – Bernard Ackah, Ivorian mixed martial artist and comedian
  • April 10
  • April 11
  • April 12 – Şebnem Ferah, Turkish singer and songwriter
  • April 13 – Mariusz Czerkawski, Polish ice hockey player
  • April 14 – Dean Potter, American free climber (d. 2015)
  • April 15 – Arturo Gatti, Canadian boxer (d. 2009)
  • April 16 – Conchita Martínez, Spanish tennis player
  • April 17
  • April 19 – Rivaldo, Brazilian footballer
  • April 20
    • Lê Huỳnh Đức, Vietnamese footballer
    • Carmen Electra, American actress and singer
    • Željko Joksimović, Serbian singer, composer songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer
    • Marko Kon, Serbian composer, producer and singer
    • Stephen Marley, Jamaican-American musician
  • April 23
  • April 24
  • April 26 – Avi Nimni, Israeli footballer
  • April 27 – David Lascher, American actor
  • April 29 – Fredrik Kempe, Swedish songwriter and opera and pop singer
  • April 30 – Takako Tokiwa, Japanese actress


  • May 1 – Julie Benz, American actress
  • May 2
  • May 3 – Vyacheslav Kozlov, Russian hockey player
  • May 4 – Mike Dirnt, American rock musician and bassist (Green Day)
  • May 5 – James Cracknell, British Olympic winning rower
  • May 6
  • May 7 – Asghar Farhadi, Iranian film director
  • May 8
  • May 9
  • May 10
  • May 14 – Amma Asante, Dutch politician
  • May 15 – Richard Blackwood, English comedian, actor and rapper
  • May 16
  • May 17
  • May 19
  • May 20
  • May 21
  • May 22
  • May 23 – Rubens Barrichello, Brazilian race car driver
  • May 25
    • Karan Johar, Indian film director, producer, and screenwriter
    • Jules Jordan, American pornographic movie director, actor, and producer
  • May 26 – Ahmad Dhani, Indonesian rock musician, songwriter, arranger, producer, and politician
  • May 27 – Ivete Sangalo, Brazilian singer, songwriter, actress and television show host
  • May 28 – Michael Boogerd, Dutch cyclist
  • May 29 – Stanislas Renoult, French singer
  • May 30 – Manny Ramírez, Dominican baseball player
  • May 31


  • June 1
  • June 2
  • June 4
  • June 5
  • June 6
  • June 7 – Karl Urban, New Zealand actor
  • June 8 – Chapman To, Hong Kong actor
  • June 10 – Steven Fischer, American film producer and director
  • June 14 – Matthias Ettrich, German computer scientist
  • June 15 – Andy Pettitte, American baseball player
  • June 16 – John Cho, Korean-American actor and musician
  • June 17
  • June 18 – Roger "Infernus" Tiegs, Norwegian black metal musician, original member of Gorgoroth
  • June 19
    • Jean Dujardin, French actor, comedian, and film director
    • Rayveness, American porn actress
  • June 20 – Shane Hamman, American Olympic weightlifter and powerlifter
  • June 21 – Irene van Dyk, South African and New Zealand netball player
  • June 22 – Miguel del Toro, Mexican baseball player
  • June 23 – Zinedine Zidane, French-Algerian footballer and manager
  • June 24
  • June 25 – Carlos Delgado, Puerto Rican baseball player
  • June 28
  • June 29
  • June 30
    • Molly Parker, Canadian actress
    • Fabiano Scherner, German-Brazilian mixed martial artist and jiu-jitsu black belt


  • July 1
  • July 2
  • July 3
  • July 4
  • July 5
  • July 6
  • July 7
  • July 8
  • July 10
    • Rosnah Shirlin, Malaysian politician
    • Sofía Vergara, Colombian actress and model
    • Peter Serafinowicz, English actor, voice actor, comedian, and writer
    • Tilo Wolff, German musician
    • John Viener, American actor, voice actor, writer, and comedian
    • Julián Legaspi, Uruguayan-Peruvian actor
    • Christoph Hochhäusler, German film director and screenwriter
  • July 11 – Michael Rosenbaum, American actor, producer and comedian
  • July 12
  • July 13 – Sean Waltman, American professional wrestler
  • July 14 – Masami Suzuki, Japanese voice actress
  • July 15
  • July 18 – Fredrik Åkesson, Swedish guitarist
  • July 19
  • July 20 – Jozef Stümpel, Slovak professional ice hockey
  • July 21
  • July 22
  • July 23 – Marlon Wayans, American actor, comedian, producer, and screenwriter
  • July 26 – Nathan Buckley, Australian rules footballer
  • July 27
  • July 28
  • July 29 – Wil Wheaton, American actor
  • July 31 – Tami Stronach, Iranian-born dancer and former actress


  • August 1
  • August 2
  • August 3 – Patrik Isaksson, Swedish singer and songwriter
  • August 6 – Geri Halliwell, British pop singer (Spice Girls)
  • August 7
  • August 9 – A-mei, Taiwanese singer
  • August 10 – Angie Harmon, American actress
  • August 11 – Jonathon Prandi, American model and actor
  • August 12
  • August 13
  • August 14
    • Takako Honda, Japanese voice actress
    • Yoo Jae-suk, South Korean comedian and television comedy show host
    • Ed O'Bannon, American basketball player
  • August 15
  • August 16
  • August 17 – Ken Ryker, American pornographic actor
  • August 18 – Leo Ku, Hong Kong actor and singer
  • August 19 – Sammi Cheng, Hong Kong singer and actress
  • August 20 – Chaney Kley, American actor (d. 2007)
  • August 23 – Anthony Calvillo, Canadian Football League quarterback
  • August 25 – Marvin Harrison, American football player
  • August 26 – Samar Kokash, Syrian actress and voice actress
  • August 27
    • Denise Lewis, English track and field athlete,
    • Jimmy Pop, American musician
    • Mike Smith, Canadian actor
    • The Great Khali, (Dalip Singh Rana), Indian promoter, actor, powerlifter and professional wrestler
  • August 29 – Bae Yong-joon, South Korean actor
  • August 30


  • September 2 – Sergejs Žoltoks, Latvian hockey player (d. 2004)
  • September 4 – Françoise Yip, Chinese-Canadian actress
  • September 6
  • September 7 – Sean Daley, American hip-hop musician (Atmosphere)
  • September 8
  • September 9 – Natasha Kaplinsky, English newsreader
  • September 10
    • Sara Groves, American Christian musician
    • Bledar Sejko, Albanian guitarist, composer, and singer
    • Ghada Shouaa, Syrian athlete
    • Rio Tahara, Japanese snowboarder
  • September 12 – Budi Putra, Indonesian journalist, writer and blogger
  • September 13 – Kelly Chen, Hong Kong actress and singer
  • September 15
  • September 16
    • Sprent Dabwido, Nauruan politician
    • Alessandro "Lord Vampyr" Nunziati, Italian singer, record producer and writer (Theatres des Vampires, Cain, Lord Vampyr's Shadowsreign)
    • Vebjørn Rodal, Norwegian Olympic athlete
  • September 17 – Bobby Lee, Asian-American comedian
  • September 19
    • Emil Zátopek, Czechoslovak long-distance runner and widely considered as the Greatest Runner of All Time
    • Jeremy Irons, an English actor
    • Jim Druckenmiller, National Football League quarterback
    • Ashot Nadanian, Armenian chess player, theoretician and coach
  • September 20
  • September 21
  • September 22
    • Dana Vespoli, American porn actress and director
    • Matthew Rush, American gay pornographic actor
  • September 23
  • September 24 – Karyn Bosnak, American author
  • September 26
  • September 27
  • September 28
  • September 29 – Robert Webb, comedian and actor
  • September 30


  • October 1 – Jean Paulo Fernandes, Brazilian footballer
  • October 2 – Konstantinos Papadakis, Greek pianist
  • October 3
  • October 4 – Van Darkholme, Vietnamese-American gay pornographic actor, director, and photographer
  • October 5
    • Aaron Guiel, Canadian baseball player
    • Grant Hill, African-American basketball player
  • October 6
  • October 8 – Kim Myung-min, South Korean actor
  • October 9 – Etan Patz, missing American schoolboy
  • October 10 – Jun Lana, Filipino playwright and screenwriter
  • October 11 – Claudia Black, Australian actress
  • October 13 – Danny Lloyd, American actor
  • October 12 – Mechele Linehan, American murderer
  • October 15 – Sandra Kim, Belgian singer, Eurovision Song Contest 1986 winner
  • October 17
    • Eminem, American rapper and actor
    • Sharon Leal, American actress and director
    • Tarkan, Turkish singer
  • October 19 – Sayaka Aoki, Japanese voice actress
  • October 21
  • October 22 – Saffron Burrows, British actress
  • October 24
  • October 27
  • October 28
  • October 29
  • October 31 – Matt Dawson, English rugby player and TV personality


  • November 1
    • Mario Barth, German comedian
    • Toni Collette, Australian actress, singer, and musician
    • Jenny McCarthy, American actress and model
    • Naoki Yanagi, Japanese voice actor
  • November 2
  • November 4
  • November 5 – Krassimir Avramov, Bulgarian singer and songwriter
  • November 6
  • November 7
  • November 8
  • November 9
  • November 10
    • Lou Brutus, American radio host, musician and photographer
    • Shawn Green, American baseball player
    • Trevor Devall, Canadian actor and voice actor
  • November 11 – Adam Beach, Canadian actor
  • November 13 – Takuya Kimura, Japanese actor
  • November 14
  • November 15 – Jonny Lee Miller, English-American actor
  • November 16
  • November 18 – Zubeen Garg, Indian Singer
  • November 21 – Rain Phoenix, American actress
  • November 23
  • November 26 – Arjun Rampal, Indian actor
  • November 28 – Jesper Strömblad, Swedish musician
  • November 29 – Andreas Goldberger, Austrian ski jumper
  • November 30 – Christopher Fitzgerald, American actor


  • December 4
    • Marc Bator, German journalist and television presenter
    • Yūko Miyamura, Japanese voice actress, actress and singer
  • December 5 – Cole Youngblood, American pornographic actor
  • December 6 – Mónica Santa María, Peruvian model and TV host (d. 1994)
  • December 7
    • Hermann Maier, Austrian skier
    • Tammy Lynn Sytch, American wrestling manager and personality
    • Jason Winer, American actor, comedian, writer, director and producer
  • December 9 – Tré Cool, American rock musician and drummer (Green Day)
  • December 10
  • December 11
  • December 12
  • December 13 – Chris Grant, Australian footballer
  • December 14 – Miranda Hart, British Comedian and Actress
  • December 15
  • December 16 – Angela Bloomfield, New Zealand actress
  • December 17 – John Abraham, Indian actor
  • December 18 – Eimear Quinn, Irish Celtic singer, Eurovision Song Contest 1996 winner
  • December 19
  • December 20 – Gen Urobuchi, Japanese writer
  • December 22 – Vanessa Paradis, French singer and actress
  • December 23
  • December 24 – Klaus Schnellenkamp, German-Chilean author
  • December 25
    • Josh Freese, American musician and drummer
    • Qu Yunxia, Chinese middle-distance runner
  • December 26 – Shane Meadows, English director
  • December 27 – Colin Charvis, Welsh rugby player
  • December 28
  • December 29 – Jude Law, British actor
  • December 30 – Kerry Collins, American football player
  • December 31 – Joey McIntyre, American actor and singer (New Kids on the Block)

Date unknown[edit]


  • January 1
  • January 3 – Frans Masereel, Belgian painter and graphic artist (b. 1889)
  • January 7 – Emma P. Carr, American spectroscopist (b. 1880)
  • January 8
  • January 9 – Ted Shawn, American dancer (b. 1891)
  • January 16 – Ross Bagdasarian Sr., American record producer (Alvin and the Chipmunks) (b. 1919)
  • January 17
  • January 18 – Clarence Earl Gideon, American defendant in civil rights court case (Gideon v. Wainwright) (b. 1910)
  • January 19 – Mohammad Al-Abbasi, Minister of Foreign Affairs and 45th Prime Minister of Jordan (b. 1914)
  • January 24 – Jerome Cowan, American actor (b. 1897)
  • January 25 – Erhard Milch, German field marshal and Luftwaffe officer (b. 1892)
  • January 27 – Mahalia Jackson, American gospel singer (b. 1911)
  • January 29 – Hugh McDermott, British actor and golfer (b. 1908)
  • January 31 – King Mahendra of Nepal (b. 1920)


  • February 2 – Jessie Royce Landis, American actress (b. 1896)
  • February 3 – John Litel, American actor (b. 1892)
  • February 4 – Orlando Ward, American general (b. 1891)
  • February 5 – Marianne Moore, American poet (b. 1887)
  • February 7
  • February 11
  • February 17 – Gavriil Popov, Soviet Russian composer (b. 1904)
  • February 19 – John Grierson, Scottish documentary filmmaker (b. 1898)
  • February 20
  • February 21 – Zhang Guohua, Chinese general and politician (b. 1914)
  • February 22
  • February 25 – Gottfried Fuchs, German (national team)-Canadian Olympic football player (b. 1889)
  • February 27 – Pat Brady, American actor (b. 1914)
  • February 29 – Pietro Ubaldi, Italian author, teacher, philosopher (b. 1886)


  • March 4 – Sir Harold Barrowclough, New Zealand general, lawyer and chief justice (b. 1894)
  • March 11
  • March 13
  • March 16 – Pie Traynor, American baseball player (Pittsburgh Pirates) and a member of the MLB Hall of Fame (b. 1898)
  • March 20 – Marilyn Maxwell, American actress (b. 1921)
  • March 21 – David McCallum, Sr., British violinist and father of actor David McCallum (b. 1897)
  • March 23
  • March 27
  • March 29 – J. Arthur Rank, British industrialist and film producer (b. 1888)
  • March 31 – Ramon Iglesias i Navarri, Co-Prince of Andorra (b. 1889)


  • April 2
  • April 3 – Ferde Grofé, American pianist and composer (b. 1892)
  • April 4
  • April 5 – Isabel Jewell, American actress (b. 1907)
  • April 6
  • April 7
  • April 9 – James F. Byrnes, United States Secretary of State and Justice of the Supreme Court (b. 1879)
  • April 13 – Dorothy Dalton, American actress (b. 1893)
  • April 15 – José Luis de Oriol y Urigüen, Spanish businessman, architect and politician (b. 1877)
  • April 20 – Jorge Mistral, Spanish actor (b. 1906)
  • April 21 – Elizabeth Clark, British author (b. 1875)
  • April 26 – Fernando Amorsolo, Filipino painter (b. 1892)
  • April 29 – King Ntare V of Burundi (b. 1947)
  • April 30


  • May 2 – J. Edgar Hoover, American civil servant, 1st Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) (b. 1895)
  • May 3 – Bruce Cabot, American actor (b. 1904)
  • May 4
  • May 5
  • May 6 – Deniz Gezmiş, Turkish Marxist revolutionary (executed) (b. 1947)
  • May 11 – Lee Beom-seok, Korean activist, 1st Prime Minister of South Korea (b. 1900)
  • May 12 – Steve Ihnat, American actor (b. 1934)
  • May 13 – Dan Blocker, American actor (Bonanza) (b. 1928)
  • May 15 – Nigel Green, South African-English actor (b. 1924)
  • May 18 – Sidney Franklin, American film director (b. 1893)
  • May 22
  • May 23 – Richard Day, Canadian art director (b. 1896)
  • May 25 – José Sebastião e Silva, Portuguese mathematician (b. 1914)
  • May 28
  • May 29 – Prithviraj Kapoor, Indian actor and director (b. 1901)
  • May 31 – Walter Freeman, American physician (b. 1895)



  • July 2 – Joseph Fielding Smith, 10th president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (b. 1876)
  • July 4 – Enrique Telémaco Susini, Argentine entrepreneur (b. 1891)
  • July 5 – Raúl Leoni, 55th President of Venezuela (b. 1905)
  • July 6 – Brandon deWilde, American actor (b. 1942)
  • July 7
  • July 11 – Celina Guimarães Viana, Brazilian professor and suffragist (b. 1890)
  • July 15 – Miklós Dudás, Hungarian Roman Catholic bishop and servant of God (b. 1902)
  • July 21
  • July 27 – Count Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi, Austrian-Japanese politician, geopolitician and philosopher (b. 1894)
  • July 28 – Helen Traubel, American soprano (b. 1903)
  • July 31


  • August 7
  • August 8 – Andrea Feldman, American actress (b. 1948)
  • August 11
  • August 14
  • August 16
  • August 19
  • August 20
  • August 21 – Heinz Ziegler, German general (b. 1894)
  • August 23 – Salvatore Naturale, American criminal (b. 1953)
  • August 24 – Jinichi Kusaka, Japanese admiral (b. 1888)
  • August 25 – Juan Carlos Paz, Argentine composer and music theorist (b. 1901)
  • August 26 – Francis Chichester, British sailor and aviator (b. 1901)
  • August 27 – Yung Fung-shee, Hong Kong philanthropist (b. 1900)
  • August 28 – Prince William of Gloucester (b. 1941)
  • August 29 – René Leibowitz, French composer (b. 1913)
  • August 30 – Augusto Bertazzoni, Italian Roman Catholic archbishop and servant of God (b. 1876)


  • September 5 (Munich massacre):
  • September 6 (Munich massacre):
    • David Mark Berger, Israeli weightlifter (b. 1944)
    • Ze'ev Friedman, Israeli weightlifter (b. 1944)
    • Yossef Gutfreund, Israeli wrestling referee (b. 1932)
    • Eliezer Halfin, Israeli wrestler (b. 1948)
    • Amitzur Shapira, Israeli athletics coach (b. 1932)
    • Kehat Shorr, Israeli shooting coach (b. 1919)
    • Mark Slavin, Israeli wrestler (b. 1954)
    • Andre Spitzer, Israeli fencing coach (b. 1945)
    • Yakov Springer, Israeli weightlifting judge (b. 1921)
  • September 8 – Warren Kealoha, American Olympic swimmer (b. 1904)
  • September 11 – Max Fleischer, American animator (b. 1883)
  • September 12 – William Boyd, American actor (b. 1895)
  • September 14 – Lane Chandler, American actor (b. 1899)
  • September 15
  • September 17
  • September 19 – Robert Casadesus, French pianist (b. 1899)
  • September 21 – Henry de Montherlant, French writer (b. 1896)
  • September 26


  • October 1 – Louis Leakey, British paleontologist (b. 1903)
  • October 4 – Taro Shoji, Japanese singer (b. 1898)
  • October 5 – Ivan Yefremov, Soviet paleontologist and science fiction author (b. 1907)
  • October 6 – Cléo de Verberena, Brazilian actress and film director (born c. 1909)
  • October 8
  • October 9
  • October 13 – Kenneth Edgeworth, Irish army officer, economist and astronomer (b. 1880)
  • October 13 – Jose Villa Panganiban, Filipino lexicographer (b. 1903)
  • October 16 – Leo G. Carroll, English actor (b. 1886)
  • October 17 – George, Crown Prince of Serbia (b. 1887)
  • October 18
  • October 19 – Fred Keenor, Welsh footballer (b. 1894)
  • October 20 – Harlow Shapley, American astronomer (b. 1885)
  • October 21 – Marcelino Olaechea, Spanish Roman Catholic religious professed and servant of God (b. 1889)
  • October 24
  • October 26 – Igor Sikorsky, Soviet aviation engineer (b. 1889)
  • October 28 – Mitchell Leisen, American film director (b. 1898)
  • October 29 – Victor Milner, American cinematographer (b. 1893)


  • November 1 – Ezra Pound, American poet (b. 1885)
  • November 3 – Harry Richman, American entertainer (b. 1895)
  • November 5 – Reginald Owen, English actor (b. 1887)
  • November 11 – Berry Oakley, American musician (b. 1948)
  • November 12 – Rudolf Friml, Czech composer (b. 1879)
  • November 13
  • November 14 – Martin Dies, Jr., American politician (b. 1900)
  • November 17
  • November 18 – Danny Whitten, American musician (b. 1943)
  • November 23 – Marie Wilson, American actress (b. 1916)
  • November 25
  • November 28 – Havergal Brian, English composer (b. 1876)
  • November 29 – Carl Stalling, American composer (b. 1891)
  • November 30 – Hans Erich Apostel, Austrian composer (b. 1901)


  • December 3 – Bill Johnson, American musician (b. 1872)
  • December 6 – Janet Munro, British actress (b. 1934)
  • December 9
  • December 12 – Thomas H. Robbins, Jr., American admiral (b. 1900)
  • December 13 – René Mayer, French politician, 91st Prime Minister of France (b. 1895)
  • December 15 – Edward Earle, Canadian actor (b. 1882)
  • December 20 – Gabby Hartnett, American baseball player (Chicago Cubs) and a member of the MLB Hall of Fame (b. 1900)
  • December 21 – Paul Hausser, German Waffen SS general (b. 1880)
  • December 22 – Jimmy Wallington, American radio personality (b. 1907)
  • December 23 – Andrei Tupolev, Soviet aircraft designer (b. 1888)
  • December 24
  • December 25 – C. Rajagopalachari, Indian politician and freedom-fighter. Last Governor-General of India (1948–50) (b. 1878)
  • December 26 – Harry S. Truman, 33rd President of the United States (b. 1884)
  • December 27 – Lester B. Pearson, Canadian scholar, statesman, soldier and politician, 8th President of the United Nations General Assembly and 14th Prime Minister of Canada, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize (b. 1897)
  • December 28 – Link Lyman, American football player (Chicago Bears) and a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame (b. 1898)
  • December 31 – Roberto Clemente, Puerto Rican baseball player (Pittsburgh Pirates) and a member of the MLB Hall of Fame (b. 1934)

Nobel Prizes[edit]

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  • Physics – John Bardeen, Leon Neil Cooper, John Robert Schrieffer
  • Chemistry – Christian B. Anfinsen, Stanford Moore, William H. Stein
  • Physiology or Medicine – Gerald M. Edelman, Rodney R. Porter
  • Literature – Heinrich Böll
  • Peace – not awarded
  • Economics – John Hicks, Kenneth Arrow

Other academic awards[edit]


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  2. ^ "UK unemployment tops one million". On This Day. BBC. January 20, 1972. Retrieved 14 January 2012.
  3. ^ a b "CAIN: Chronology of the Conflict – 1972". Retrieved 2012-05-17.
  4. ^ "Claudy bomb: conspiracy allowed IRA priest to go free". BBC News Northern Ireland. 2010-08-24. Archived from the original on August 25, 2010. Retrieved 2010-08-25.
  5. ^ Tagliaferri, Edward (November–December 1998). "Observation of Meteoroid Impacts by Space-Based Sensors". Mercury Magazine. 27 (6). Archived from the original on October 20, 2007.
  6. ^ MatchGameForever (2013-05-26), Price Is Right First Episode (9-4-1972), retrieved 2018-09-22
  7. ^ Francisco, Katerina (2016-09-22). "Martial Law, the dark chapter in Philippine history". Rappler. Archived from the original on 2016-09-23. Retrieved 2018-06-29.
  8. ^ "The Fall of the Dictatorship". Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines. Archived from the original on 2017-09-03. Retrieved 2018-09-09.
  9. ^ "Crash at Farrell's". Archived from the original on March 20, 2008. Retrieved 2008-03-16.
  10. ^ Economist Intelligence Unit (Great Britain), Middle East annual review, (1975), p.229
  11. ^ Jackson, David A.; Symons, Robert H; Berg, Paul (1972). "Biochemical Method for Inserting New Genetic Information into DNA of Simian Virus 40: Circular SV40 DNA Molecules Containing Lambda Phage Genes and the Galactose Operon of Escherichia coli". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 69 (10): 2904–2909. Bibcode:1972PNAS...69.2904J. doi:10.1073/pnas.69.10.2904. PMC 389671. PMID 4342968.
  12. ^ "What Happened on October 6, 1972". Retrieved 2018-09-12.
  13. ^ Greenfeter, Yael (4 November 2010). "Israel in shock as Munich killers freed". Haaretz. Retrieved 27 July 2013.
  14. ^ UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) (16 November 1972). "Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage". UNESCO World Heritage Centre. Retrieved 17 October 2012.
  15. ^ "Ø Wilson's Almanac free daily ezine | Book of Days | November 29 | International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People Die Grünen Petra Kelly". Archived from the original on September 24, 2012. Retrieved May 17, 2012.
  16. ^ "Doner kebab 'inventor' Kadir Nurman dies in Berlin". BBC News. 26 October 2013. Retrieved 2013-10-27.
  17. ^ James Ramsden (October 28, 2013). "Did Kadir Nurman really invent the doner kebab?". The Guardian. Retrieved May 6, 2016.

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