1970s deaths

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  1. 1970 deaths

    1970 deaths

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    List of celebrities who died in 1970

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  2. 1971 deaths

    1971 deaths

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  3. 1972 deaths

    1972 deaths

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  4. 1973 deaths

    1973 deaths

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  5. 1974 deaths

    1974 deaths

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  6. 1975 deaths

    1975 deaths

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  7. 1976 deaths

    1976 deaths

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  8. 1977 deaths

    1977 deaths

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    1978 deaths

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  1. Thelma Wood

    Thelma Wood

    721 views
    American sculptor

  2. Sean Flynn

    Sean Flynn

    293 views
    American journalist

  3. Jose Villa Panganiban

    Jose Villa Panganiban

    43 views
    Filipino, Linguist

  4. John Okello

    John Okello

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    John Gideon Okello (1937, Lango District, Uganda – 1971?) was an East African revolutionary and the leader of the Zanzibar Revolution in 1964. This revolution overthrew Sultan Jamshid bin Abdullah and led to the proclamation of Zanzibar as a republic.


  5. Ros Sereysothea

    Ros Sereysothea

    38 views
    cambodian singer

  6. Sada Abe

    Sada Abe

    37 views
    Japanese murderer

  7. Norodom Norindeth

    Norodom Norindeth

    24 views
    Cambodian, Politician

  8. Andy Black (footballer)

    Andy Black (footballer)

    21 views
    Scottish footballer

  9. Salomon Smolianoff

    Salomon Smolianoff

    16 views
    Counterfeiter, Holocaust survivor

  10. Reggie McNamara

    Reggie McNamara

    16 views
    Australian racing cyclist

  11. Dick Todd

    Dick Todd

    13 views
    Canadian singer

  12. Norodom Phurissara

    Norodom Phurissara

    12 views
    Cambodian, Politician

  13. William H. Chamberlain

    William H. Chamberlain

    9 views
    American politician

  14. Mary Bothwell

    Mary Bothwell

    9 views
    Singer and painter

  15. Douglas Chandler

    Douglas Chandler

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    Douglas Chandler (May 26, 1889 – unknown) was an American broadcaster of Nazi propaganda during World War II. He was convicted of treason in 1947, sentenced to life imprisonment and released in 1963.


  16. Jock Blackwood

    Jock Blackwood

    4 views
    Australian rugby union player

  17. Ngo Dzu

    Ngo Dzu

    4 views
    Genral in the Army of the Republic of Vietnam

  18. Giulia Recli

    Giulia Recli

    3 views
    Italian composer

  19. James Tanimola Ayorinde

    James Tanimola Ayorinde

    3 views
    Nigerian clergyman

  20. R.C. Stevenson

    R.C. Stevenson

    2 views
    Scottish rugby union player

  21. Sascha Jacobsen

    Sascha Jacobsen

    2 views
    American musician

  22. Phyllis Chase

    Phyllis Chase

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    Phyllis Chase, married name Phyllis Samuel, (c.1897- c.1977) was an English illustrator. A schoolfriend of Enid Blyton at St. Christopher's School in Beckenham, Chase and Blyton reunited several years after leaving school at a garden party in 1920 and began collaborating. She is best known for being the illustrator of Blyton initial books such as Child Whispers (1922) and Real Fairies: Poems, but illustrated many of Blyton's short stories which appeared in newspapers and magazines (such as those of publisher Cassell) throughout the 1920s. Chase also illustrated Blyton's Pinkity's Pranks and Other Nature Fairy Tales with A.E. Jackson and The Nursery Book (1927), among many others. She later married Felix Samuel in Sussex, who died in 1967. In 1975 Chase was interviewed on BBC Radio.


  23. Olive Moore

    Olive Moore

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    Constance Edith Vaughan (September 1904 - ca. 1970), better known by her pseudonym Olive Moore, was a modernist English writer best known for three well-esteemed novels: Celestial Seraglio (1929), Spleen (1930), and Fugue (1932), and for the acerbic essay collection The Apple Is Bitten Again (1934). She also produced an essay on D.H. Lawrence, entitled Further Reflections on the Death of a Porcupine, which was privately printed in 1933 and included in her essay collection. Her Collected Writings was published in 1992.


  24. John Sinclair (Lord Lieutenant of Caithness)

    John Sinclair (Lord Lieutenant of Caithness)

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    scottish noble

  25. Barto and Mann

    Barto and Mann

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    Barto and Mann: Dewey Barto (né Stewart Steven Swoyer; June 10, 1896 – January 31, 1973) and George Mann (December 2, 1905 — November 22, 1977), known as the "laugh kings" of vaudeville, were a comedic dance act from the late 1920s to the early 1940s. Their acrobatic, somewhat risqué, performance played on their disparities in height; Barto was 4'11" and Mann was 6'6".


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