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Historical Events Of 1951
- January 4, 1951 – Korean War: Chinese and North Korean forces capture Seoul.
- February 6, 1951 – New Year’s Day in Chinese calendar. Start of the year of the Metal Rabbit in Chinese astrology.
- March 28, 1951 – First Indochina War: In the Battle of Mạo Khê, French Union forces, led by World War II hero Jean de Lattre de Tassigny, inflict a defeat on Việt Minh forces commanded by General Võ Nguyên Giáp.
- April 17, 1951 – The Peak District becomes the United Kingdom’s first National Park.
- April 29, 1951 – Tibetan delegates to the Central People’s Government arrive in Beijing and draft a Seventeen Point Agreement for Chinese sovereignty and Tibetan autonomy.
- May 21, 1951 – The opening of the Ninth Street Show, otherwise known as the 9th Street Art Exhibition: A gathering of a number of notable artists, and the stepping-out of the post war New York avant-garde, collectively known as the New York School.
- May 23, 1951 – Tibetans sign the Seventeen Point Agreement for the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet with China.
- July 16, 1951 – The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger is published for the first time by Little, Brown and Company.
- September 8, 1951 – Treaty of San Francisco: In San Francisco, California, 48 nations sign a peace treaty with Japan in formal recognition of the end of the Pacific War.
- November 2, 1951 – Korean War: A small platoon of 28 Canadian soldiers defend a vital area against an entire battalion of 800 Chinese troops in the Battle of the Song-gok Spur. The engagement lasts into the early hours of November 3.
Who Were Born On 1951?
- January 25, 1951 – Leonid Telyatnikov, Kazakhstani-Ukrainian firefighter (d. 2004)
- March 20, 1951 – Madan Lal, Indian cricketer and coach
- April 21, 1951 – Michael Freedman, American mathematician and academic
- May 3, 1951 – Ashok Gehlot, Indian politician, 21st Chief Minister of Rajasthan
- May 25, 1951 – Bob Gale, American director, producer, and screenwriter
- August 14, 1951 – Slim Dunlap, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Replacements)
- August 31, 1951 – Sirje Tamul, Estonian historian, author, and academic
- September 10, 1951 – Harry Groener, German-American actor and dancer
- September 12, 1951 – Ali-Ollie Woodson, American singer-songwriter, keyboard player, and actor (The Temptations) (d. 2010)
- December 5, 1951 – Morgan Brittany, American actress