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* 1975 Zach Braff, American actor
* 1975 Hal Gill, American hockey player
* 1975 Damon Pampolina, American musician and actor ( The Party )
* 1975 Joel West, American actor and model
* 1912 Hound Dog Taylor, American singer and guitarist ( d. 1975 )
* 1975 Fall of Saigon: Communist forces gain control of Saigon.
* 1975 Elliott Sadler, American race car driver
* 1975 Tomi Joutsen, Finnish metal vocalist ( Amorphis )
* 1975 Michael Chaturantabut, Thai-American actor
* 1975 Johnny Galecki, American actor
* 1975 The Governor of Portuguese Timor abandons its capital, Dili, and flees to Atauro Island, leaving control to a rebel group.
* 1975 Blake Adams, American golfer
* 1975 Björn Gelotte, Swedish guitarist and songwriter ( In Flames and All Ends )
* 1975 Jonny Moseley, American skier
* 1975 Mark Rudan, Australian footballer
* 1975 Renate Götschl, Austrian skier
* 1975 Víctor Zambrano, Venezuelan baseball player
* 1975 Mahesh Babu, Indian Telugu Actor
* 1975 Mike Lamb, American baseball player
* 1975 Robbie Middleby, Australian footballer
* 1888 Gleb W. Derujinsky, Russian-American sculptor ( d. 1975 )
* 1917 Sid Gordon, American baseball player ( d. 1975 )
* 1975 Shoaib Akhtar, Pakistani cricketer
* 1975 James Carpinello, American actor
* 1975 Joe Perry, English snooker player

1975 and Vietnam
* 1975 Vietnam War: Operation Frequent Wind: The U. S. begins to evacuate U. S. citizens from Saigon prior to an expected North Vietnamese takeover.
* 1975 Vietnam War: President of South Vietnam Nguyen Van Thieu flees Saigon, as Xuan Loc, the last South Vietnamese outpost blocking a direct North Vietnamese assault on Saigon, falls.
* 1975 As North Vietnamese forces close in on the South Vietnamese capital Saigon, the Australian Embassy is closed and evacuated, almost ten years to the day since the first Australian troop commitment to South Vietnam.
It was composed of Khmer Communists who had remained in Vietnam after 1975 and officials from the eastern sector — like Heng Samrin and Hun Sen — who had fled to Vietnam from Cambodia in 1978.
Wes Craven's The Hills Have Eyes ( 1977 ) and Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chain Saw Massacre ( 1974 ) recalled the Vietnam war ; George A. Romero satirized the consumer society in his zombie sequel, Dawn of the Dead ( 1978 ); Canadian director David Cronenberg featured the " mad scientist " movie sub-genre by exploring contemporary fears about technology and society, and reinventing " body horror ", starting with Shivers ( 1975 ).
* 1975 Vietnam War: North Vietnamese troops attack Ban Me Thuot, South Vietnam, on their way to capturing Saigon.
Vietnam Tracks: Armor In Battle 1945 1975.
* 1975: Argentina, North Korea ( withdrawn from 1983-but reinstated 2007 ), South Korea, Vietnam
The American public turned against the war eventually resulting in a withdrawal of US troops and the seizure of Saigon by communist forces in 1975 and communist victory in Vietnam.
In 1975, with the fall of South Vietnam, Kim Il-sung began to feel that the US had shown its weakness and that reunification of Korea under his regime was finally possible.
* 1975 Gays in the military: US Air Force Tech Sergeant Leonard Matlovich, a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War, appears in his Air Force uniform on the cover of Time magazine with the headline " I Am A Homosexual ".
* Vietnam War ( 1954 1975 )
The ancestral home of the ethnic Vietnamese, the delta accounted for almost 70 % of the agriculture and 80 % of the industry of North Vietnam before 1975.
Before 1975, North Vietnam had maintained that the Central Highlands and the Giai Truong Son were strategic areas of paramount importance, essential to the domination not only of South Vietnam but also of the southern part of Indochina.
When the Vietnam War ended in 1975, the Vietnamese leadership, led by Lê Duẩn, began to centralise power.
By 1975, tension began to grow as Beijing increasingly viewed Vietnam as a potential Soviet instrument to encircle China.
Although exact numbers are difficult to ascertain, it is safe to say that several million people served in the South Vietnamese armed forces, the vast majority of them in the Army of the Republic of Vietnam ( ARVN )— between 1956 and 1975.
# served on active duty for more than 180 days and served in the Republic of Vietnam between February 28, 1961 and May 7, 1975.
The U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs recognizes veterans that served in the country then known as the Republic of Vietnam from February 28, 1961 to May 7, 1975, as being eligible for such programs as the department's Readjustment Counseling Services program ( aka Vet Centers ).
Vietnam War ( 1955 1975 )

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