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This Day in History
1865: The Rebel capital of Richmond falls to the Union, the most significant sign that the Confederacy is nearing its final days.

1942: The Japanese infantry stage a major offensive against Allied troops in Bataan, the peninsula guarding Manila Bay of the Philippine Islands.

1951: Eighth Army, led by the 1st Cavalry Division, crossed the 38th parallel.

1953: The second Australian Battalion arrived in Korea.

1953: The second Australian Battalion arrived in Korea.

1966: Three-thousand South Vietnamese Army troops lead a protest against the Ky regime in Saigon.

1969: Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird announces that the United States is moving to "Vietnamize" the war as rapidly as possible. By this, he meant that the responsibility for the fighting would be gradually transferred to the South Vietnamese as they became more combat capable.

1972: The United States prepares hundreds of B-52s and fighter-bombers for possible air strikes to blunt the recently launched North Vietnamese invasion.