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1919: The League of Nations, the forerunner of the United Nations, is formed in Paris, France. Lloyd George of Britain, Orlando of Italy, Clemenceau of France, and Woodrow Wilson of the United States are the original signers of the Leagues charter.

1943: The last German airfield in Stalingrad is captured by the Red Army.

1949: Axis Sally, who broadcasted Nazi propaganda to U.S. troops in Europe, stands trial in the United States for war crimes.

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1952: During the third largest aerial victory of the Korean War, F-86s shot down 10 MiG-15s and damaged three others without suffering any losses.

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1969: The first fully attended meeting of the formal Paris peace talks is held. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge, the chief negotiator for the United States, urged an immediate restoration of a genuine DMZ as the first "practical move toward peace."