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  1. 23 de ene. de 2015 · January 23, 1973: President Nixon addresses the nation and announces that the conclusion of an agreement on ending the war and restoring peace in Vietnam has been reached. Video courtesy of the...

  2. Richard Milhous Nixon (Yorba Linda, 9 de enero de 1913-Nueva York, 22 de abril de 1994) fue el trigésimo séptimo presidente de los Estados Unidos entre 1969 y 1974, año en que se convirtió en el único presidente en dimitir del cargo.

  3. 16 de nov. de 2009 · Nixon’s pronouncements that the war was ending proved premature. In April 1970, he expanded the war by ordering U.S. and South Vietnamese troops to attack communist sanctuaries in Cambodia.

  4. President Richard Nixon addresses the nation and beckons the American people and people of all nations to rally together in the pursuit of everlasting peace. In a period of unprecedented international conflict, the President proclaims to the nation and the world that his administration will move forward under the banner of unity in an attempt ...

  5. › the-presidency › educational-resourcesVietnamization | Miller Center

    “I want them to break those windows up at the Capitol, I think,” said the president of the United States. Richard Nixon had been elected in 1968 on a law-and-order platform, and he was talking about demonstrators coming to protest him and the Vietnam War, but he privately welcomed the violence.

  6. 24 de jul. de 2023 · Richard Nixon Event Timeline. Election Day. Nixon defeats Hubert Humphrey with 43.4% of the popular vote and 55.9% of the electoral vote. Inaugural Address. Off-shore drilling rig “blows out” in Santa Barbara Channel. (See also 03/21/1969). Begins European tour with stops Brussels, London, Bonn, Berlin, Rome, Paris.

  7. Now, Therefore, I, Richard Nixon, President of the United States of America, do hereby call upon the people of the United States and interested groups and organizations to observe August 26, 1973, as Women's Equality Day with appropriate ceremonies and activities.