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  • Birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. He is best remembered as one of the most influential civil rights leaders in the United States. He was born in 1929, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. His iconic speech “I Have a Dream” was delivered at Washington in March 1963.
  • Henry Ford, the owner of the Ford Motor Company established the Ford Foundation in 1936
  • Ilse Koch (Witch of Buchenwald), the first prominent Nazi tried by the U.S. military for crimes against humanity at Nuremberg and sentenced to life in prison in 1951
  • After three long years of fighting, the Biafra government surrenders to Nigeria in 1970. Originally, Biafra had declared independence from Nigeria.
  • President Gerald Ford on his very first state of the union address painted a grim portrait of America’s economic woes in 1975.
  • The Pentagon headquarters of the Department of Defense was completed after just 16 months construction in 1943
  • For the first time ever an automobile hearse was used in a funeral procession in 1909
  • After the peace negotiations between National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger and Le Duc Tho of North Vietnam in Paris President Richard Nixon ends bombing against North Vietnam in 1973

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