The US and North Vietnam finally agree where to hold peace talks.
In France, Nanterre University is closed. Israel celebrates its 20th anniversary.
On its fortieth anniversary, the Flying Scotsman runs non-stop from London to Edinburgh.
Police break up the student uprising at Columbia University.
Ralph Abernathy delivers his first speech since taking over from Martin Luther King.
Thousands march through London to protest against Enoch Powell.
Martin Luther King's widow delivers his 10 Commandments on Vietnam.
The American base at Khe Sanh in Vietnam is shown not to be as safe as previously thought.
Ethnic minorities speak out against Enoch Powell.
The International Olympic Committee withdraws South Africa's invitation to Mexico City.
Dockers march on Parliament in support of Enoch Powell. Decimal coins are introduced.
Steel workers strike in support of Enoch Powell.
In Trafalgar Square, 5,000 people protest against the military junta in Greece.
Enoch Powell delivers his notorious Rivers of Blood speech.
PM Harold Wilson takes a tough line with the unions.
Greeks protest at the ruling junta as the first anniversary of their coup approaches.
Decimalisation of the UK's currency begins and conductor Sir John Barbirolli retires.
America announces the beginning of the slow process of returning Vietnam to the Vietnamese
Aldermaston marchers reach London and the FBI close in on Martin Luther King's killer.
On Easter Sunday, the pope condemns the war in Vietnam.
The first of a series of major Mafia trials begins in Sicily.
A human rights pilgrimage to Canterbury continues and Blackpool holidays are under threat.
America's Civil Rights Bill is signed by President Lyndon B Johnson.
The TUC ignores the government pay ceilings and London Transport is accused of racism.
Martin Luther King's funeral takes place. Labour details the Race Relations Bill.
Hanoi and Washington enter into talks. A Boeing 707 plane crashes at Heathrow.
Palm Sunday is declared a day of mourning for Martin Luther King as rioting continues.
Sammy Davis Jnr pleads for the rioting to stop in America.
Riots rage in America following the death of Dr Martin Luther King.
The assassination of Dr Martin Luther King in Memphis marks a dark day in American history