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Antietam
Monday, August 05, 2002 (Civil War)
Bull Run
Monday, August 05, 2002 (Civil War)
CSS SHENANDOAH
Thursday, August 01, 2002 (Civil War)
Letter, Haynes, William Casper
Sunday, June 02, 2002 (Civil War)
Civil War Diary, Jan. 24th-Nov.7th, 1863
Tuesday, April 23, 2002 (Civil War)
28th Maine Infantry at Donaldsonville, La.
Sunday, March 31, 2002 (Civil War)
War of The Rebellion: 1863 - 1865
Sunday, March 31, 2002 (Civil War)
23rd Iowa Infantry
Sunday, March 03, 2002 (Civil War)
5th Iowa Infantry
Sunday, March 03, 2002 (Civil War)
War Journal: Captain Griffin Frost
Sunday, March 03, 2002 (Civil War)
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1862: President Lincoln issues General War Order No. 1, ordering all land and sea forces to advance on February 22, 1862.

1905: Russian General Kuropatkin takes the offensive in Manchuria. The Japanese under General Oyama suffer heavy casualties.

1939: President Franklin D. Roosevelt approves the sale of U.S. war planes to France.

1941: The United States and Great Britain begin high-level military talks in Washington.

1943: 8th Air Force bombers, dispatched from their bases in England, fly the first American bombing raid against the Germans, targeting the Wilhelmshaven port.

1944: Soviet forces permanently break the Leningrad siege line, ending the almost 900-day German-enforced containment of the city.

1951: From this period onward, the major strategic concern of the Chinese was to provide its armies with replacements and supplies.

1951: Forcefully marking the continued importance of the West in the development of nuclear weaponry, the government detonates the first of a series of nuclear bombs at its new Nevada test site.

1953: The Combat Cargo Command of the U.S. Air Force transported its 2,000,000th passenger to Korea after two years of operations as the Far Easts military airline.

1953: The Combat Cargo Command of the U.S. Air Force transported its 2,000,000th passenger to Korea after two years of operations as the Far Easts military airline.