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1971 fue un año común comenzado en viernes según el calendario gregoriano. Fue declarado Año Internacional de la Lucha contra el Racismo y la Discriminación Racial por la Organización de las Naciones Unidas .
1971 May Day Protests: Anti-war militants attempt to disrupt government business in Washington, D.C.; police and military units arrest as many as 12,000, most of whom are later released. May 5 – The U.S. dollar floods the European currency markets and especially threatens the Deutsche Mark ; the central banks of Austria, Belgium, Netherlands and Switzerland stop the currency trading.
1971 is a 2014 American documentary film and the directorial debut of producer Johanna Hamilton, who also co-wrote the film. The film had its world premiere on 18 April 2014 at the Tribeca Film Festival and focuses on the break-in of an FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania on Monday, March 8, 1971, to steal over 1000 classified documents. It was pitched at the Sheffield Doc/Fest 2011 MeetMarket preceding its debut. The break-in took place on the night of the first Ali-Frazier boxing title fight dub
The film focuses on the events of March 8, 1971, when eight people orchestrated the burglary and public distribution of government files from an FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania. The theft was altogether different than the numerous contemporary draft board office break-ins, in which activists burned government draft paperwork to interfere with America's continued participation in the Vietnam War. The group, all of whom were ordinary citizens, called themselves the Citizens' Commission to Invest
Critical reception for 1971 has been positive. Washingtonian and Variety both praised the work, which the Washingtonian described as "a compelling documentary that provides a powerful perspective on the current debate about the men and women who risk everything to disclose government secrets." Indiewire also gave a favorable review, praising Hamilton's directing and stated "Her film is not celebratory, lingering on the notion that, with the public charade of COINTELPRO, ultimately the FBI won. W
The story takes place in Pakistan in 1977, six years after the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War. Major Suraj Singh of 18th Rajputana Rifles, Captain Kabir, Captain Jacob and Subedar Ahmed discussing the camp in general. The next morning, an army truck is driving towards the camp. This truck has a few more Indian POWs. This group includes Flight Lieutenant Ram, Flight Lieutenant Gurtu and Colonel Puri. They steal a guard's wallet and get a Pakistani army ID card on the way. The POWs realize that they are in a place less than 200 km from the Indo-Pak border. The place, it is revealed later, is Chaklala. When Colonel Puri is told of this and the idea of an escape is put forward, he overrules it. His reasons are that perhaps they will finally be repatriated and that a failed attempt could result in all of them being killed. Colonel Shakoor arrives at the Chaklala camp; he informs Colonel Puri and Major Singh that all the POWs will be repatriated. Ahmed steals a newspaper and finds they ar..."Kaal Ke Antim Palon Tak" – Kailash Kher"Saajana" (Film Version) – Harshdeep Kaur"Sehlenge Hum Saare Sitam" – Shibani Kashyap"Sada Bhangda Paun Nu" – Kailash Kher
Películas de cine (largometrajes, mediometrajes, cortometrajes y otros formatos; de ficción, documentales, animadas o de otros géneros) estrenadas por primera vez, o rodadas si no fueron estrenadas en su momento, en el año 1971
Monarch – Elizabeth IIGovernor-General – Sir Paul HasluckPrime Minister – John Gorton (until 10 March), then William McMahonChief Justice – Sir Garfield BarwickNeville Bonner becomes first Indigenous Australian to sit as a member in the Parliament of AustraliaEvonne Goolagong is named Australian of the Year.David Williamson writes The RemovalistsDavid Ireland's novel The Unknown Industrial Prisoner wins the Miles Franklin Award4 January – American children's educational TV series Sesame Street premieres on ABC.28 July – Pick-A-Box, hosted by Bob and Dolly Dyer, airs for the final time. It had first been broadcast as a radio program in 1948.18 September – South Sydney defeated St. George 16–10 in the NSWRL Grand Final at the Sydney Cricket Ground; thus winning four premierships in five years and their 20th overall. It would become the...25 September – Hawthorn defeated St. Kilda 12.10 (82) to 11.9 (75) in the VFL Grand Final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground; thus winning their second senior premiership.25 September – Derek Clayton wins his third men's national marathon title, clocking 2:11:08.8 in Hobart.Silver Knight wins the Melbourne Cup17 January – Peter Winter, track and field decathlete25 January – Brett Aitken, track cyclist26 January – Lee Naylor, track and field athlete14 February – Lisa-Marie Vizaniari, discus thrower27 May – Chips Rafferty(born 1909), actor30 July – Kenneth Slessor(born 1901), poet16 October – Robin Boyd(born 1919), architect
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On 16 December 1971, Pakistan ultimately called for unilateral ceasefire and surrendered its entire four-tier military to the Indian Army– hence ending the Indo-Pakistani war of 1971. On the ground, Pakistan suffered the most, with 8,000 killed and 25,000 wounded, while India only had 3,000 dead and 12,000 wounded.
- 3–16 December 1971 (13 days)
- Indian victory, Eastern front:, Surrender of East Pakistan military command, Western front:, Unilateral ceasefire
- Eastern Front:, India–East Pakistan border, Bay of Bengal, Pasha enclaves, Western Front:, India–Pakistan border, Line of Control, Zero Point, Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea
- Eastern Front:, Independence of East Pakistan as Bangladesh, Western Front:, Indian forces captured around 15,010 km² (5,795 sq mi) of land in the West but returned it in the 1972 Simla Agreement as a gesture of goodwill., Territory captured in Jammu and Kashmir was retained by both sides and a new Line of Control was defined. Pakistan retained the 120 km² (46 sq mi) Indian territory it captured in the Chhamb sector whereas India retained the 800 km² (310 sq mi) Pakistani territory it captured on the Pakistani side of the ceasefire line opposite the Ladakh sector.