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Can you name the events that happened on each day in January?
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This Day in History: February
Fulgencio Batista fled a rebel army led by this man (1959).
The reconquista removed the Moors from this nation (1492).
This man was excommunicated by Pope Leo X (1521).
This man refused to turn over tape recordings to the Senate (1974).
Construction on this San Francisco bridge began (1933).
According to tradition, this French saint was born (1412).
Vietnam overthrew this Cambodian government (1979).
Andrew Jackson defeated the British in this battle (1815).
Thomas Paine published this pamphlet (1776).
This international organization came into being (1920).
This volcano erupted on the Italian island of Sicily (1669).
Congress authorized the US military to force Iraq from this nation (1991).
The Pope declared this military order 'an army of God' (1128).
Roosevelt and Churchill met in this Moroccan city (1943).
Nebuchadnezzar began his siege of this city (588 BC).
This 'terrible' czar was crowned in Russia (1547).
This president warned of the 'military-industrial complex' (1961).
Soviet troops began to end a 2+ year siege of this Russian city (1944).
Germany sent the Zimmermann Telegram to this nation asking them to attack the US (1917).
52 US hostages were released from this nation after 444 days (1981).
This french king was executed by guillotine during the French Revolution (1793).
The soldiers of Czar Nicholas II opened fire on protestors in what became known as '__ __' (1905).
Nixon announced an end to fighting in this conflict (1973).
A Japanese soldier was found still fighting this war (1972).
Henry VIII ignored the Pope and married this woman (1533).
This future nation was started as a British penal colony (1788)
The Soviet Union liberated this concentration camp (1945).
This space shuttle exploded (1986).
This poem by Poe was published (1845).
This peaceful man was assassinated (1948).
This nation resumed unrestricted submarine warfare (1917).
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