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  • |conflict=World War I [[Treaty of Versailles]] signed 28 June 1919
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  • |conflict= World War II ...[desert]]; [[Japan]]ese troops burying a [[China|Chinese]] person alive; A German [[submarine]] under attack; [[Soviet]] forces in the Eastern Front; Soviet
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  • {{Infobox German Location ...tistics |author=Amt für Statistik, Landeshauptstadt Düsseldorf |language=German |accessdate=2007-05-04}}</ref>
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  • | order = [[List of Spanish monarchs|Head of the Spanish State]] | profession = Chief of the General Staff, Spanish Army
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  • ...calendar]]. It was also the last year of the [[1990s]], and the last year of the century known as the 1900s and the millennium known as the 1000s. * [[January 2]] – A [[snowstorm]] leaves 14&nbsp;inches (359&nbsp;mm) of snow in [[Milwaukee, Wisconsin]] and 21&nbsp;inches (533.4&nbsp;mm) in [[Ch
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  • ...ist Party of the Soviet Union|Central Committee]] of the [[Communist Party of the Soviet Union]] ...eslav Molotov]]<br /><small>(as [[General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union|Responsible Secretary]])</small>
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  • ...d Trade Center]] and [[The Pentagon]] in the [[United States|United States of America]]. * [[9]] {{ndash}} The [[Battle of Teutoburg Forest]] finishes.
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  • It is the traditional date of the [[March]] [[equinox]], although it often falls on [[March 20]]. ...own as [[Vivarium]], by the defenders under [[Byzantine Empire|Byzantine]] generals [[Bessas]] and [[Peranius]].
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  • |placeofbirth=[[Heidenheim]], [[Kingdom of Württemberg]] [[German Empire]] |allegiance=[[German Empire]] (to 1918)<br />{{flagicon|Germany}} [[Weimar Republic]] (to 1933)<
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  • ...''' (pronounced {{IPA2|'luft.ʋɑ.fə}}) is the name for the [[air force]] of [[Germany]]. ...ountries became one country again, so the Luftwaffe has been the air force of the united (together) Germany since 1990. Luftwaffe means '''Air force''' i
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  • * [[1184 BC]] - [[Trojan War]]: [[Troy]] is sacked and burned, according to calculations by [[Eratosthen * [[1429]] - [[Hundred Years' War]]: [[Battle of Jargeau]].
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  • * [[33]] – [[Crucifixion]] of [[Jesus]] (traditional date) * [[1043]] – [[Edward the Confessor]] is crowned [[King of England]].
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  • * [[495 BC]] - A newly-built [[temple]] in honour of the [[god]] [[Mercury (mythology)|Mercury]] is dedicated in [[Ancient Rome] * [[392]] - Roman Emperor [[Valentinian II]] mysteriously dies while advancing into [[Gaul]] (present-day [[France]])
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  • * [[1278]] - [[Tran Thanh Tang]], second [[Emperor]] of [[Vietnam]]'s [[Tran Dynasty]], decides to pass the throne to crown prince ...Hernán Cortés]] enters [[Tenochtitlán]] and [[Aztec]] ruler [[Moctezuma II|Moctezuma]] welcomes him with great pomp as would befit a returning [[Deity
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  • * [[472]] - After being besieged in [[Rome]] by his own [[General officer|generals]], Western Roman Emperor [[Anthemius]] is captured in [[Saint Peter's Basil ...erusalem]], with [[Raymond III, Count of Tripoli]] as regent and [[William of Tyre]] as [[chancellor]].
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  • {{see also|Napoleon II of France|Napoleon III of France}} |alt = Full length portrait of Napoleon in his forties, in white and dark blue military dress uniform. He
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  • | 1st [[Chancellor of Germany]] ! align="left" | Term of office
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  • ...o destroy the [[Enemy|enemies']] [[economy|economic]] ability to fight a [[war]]. It is an attack from the air. Strategic bombing [[mission]]s usually at ...in the United States. He had new ideas on the strategic, and tactical air war. The first USAAF strategic bomber was the [[B-17 Flying Fortress]].
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  • ...color) - Currier and Ives - Original.jpg|right|thumb|350px|[[Assassination of Abraham Lincoln]] by [[John Wilkes Booth]]]] ...son. Usually the person is a [[politics|political]] leader, like the head of a [[country]] or a [[political party]]. Assassinations are usually done fo
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  • | nationality = German | order = 2<sup>nd</sup> [[Reich President|President of Germany]]
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