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Anybody who does not have fear is an idiot. It is just that you must make the fear work for you. When somebody shot at me, it made me madder than hell, and all I wanted to do was shoot back.

-- General Robin Olds

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This Day in History
1636: Henrique Dias, Brazilian general, wins a decisive battle against the Dutch in Brazil.

1796: Napoleon Bonaparte defeats an Italian army near the Alpone River, Italy.

1856: The United States buttresses its control over the Gadsden Purchase with the establishment of Fort Buchanan.

1862: Union General Ambrose Burnside marches north out of Washington, D.C., to begin the Fredericksburg campaign.

1863: Confederate General James Longstreet places the city of Knoxville, Tennessee, under siege. After two weeks and one failed attack, he abandoned the siege and rejoined General Robert E. Lees Army of Northern Virginia.

1877: Russia launches a surprise night attack that overruns Turkish forces at Kars, Armenia.

1885: The Serbian Army, with Russian support, invades Bulgaria.

1918: German troops evacuate Brussels.

1951: At Panmunjom, the U.N. negotiators proposed acceptance of the current line of contact, provided other issues outstanding at the truce talks were settled within 30 days. U.N. ground action was permitted to continue.

1952: Naval air forces of Task Force 77 began a two-day bombing campaign targeting Hoeryong on the Tumen River in North Korea.