You're going back in time a bit! So, which country retained the Ashes in 1968?
The answer is: Australia!
The first test was at Old Trafford, Manchester, between the 6th and 11th June. Australia won the toss and decided to bat, and won by 159 runs.
This short video is apparently rare and shows the 5000th wicket in tests taken by Australia:
The second test was at Lord's, St John's Wood, between the 20th and 25th June. England won the toss and decided to bat, and the match was drawn.
The third test took place at Edgbaston, Birmingham, between the 11th and 16th July. England again won the toss and decided to bat, and the match was yet again drawn.
Must have been a bit of a nail-biter by this stage!
The fourth test was held at Headingley, Leeds, from the 25th to the 30th July. Australia won the toss and decided to bat, and the match was drawn, again!
The fifth and final test was at the Oval, Kennington, between the 22nd and 27th August. England won the toss and decided to bat, and they won by 226 runs. About time! But it was all in vain. Australia retained the Ashes in the year of 1968, with a draw of 1-1.
So there we go. Australia retained the Ashes in 1968! Hope this helped. Here's the Australian Ashes team looking suave in their suits: