Lead Story
Rome founded, 753 B.C.

American Revolution
British attack Danbury, Connecticut, 1777

Automotive
GM celebrates 100 millionth U.S.-made car, 1967

Civil War
Steight's Raid begins, 1863

Cold War
Roy Cohn and David Schine return to U.S., 1953

Crime
Executions resume in California, 1992

Disaster
Prisoners left to burn in Ohio fire, 1930

General Interest
The Battle of San Jacinto, 1836

Red Baron killed in action, 1918

Chinese students begin protests at Tiananmen Square, 1989

Hollywood
First movie projector demonstrated in United States, 1895

Literary
Charlotte Bronte born, 1816

Music
"Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree" tops the U.S. pop charts and creates a cultural phenomenon., 1973

Old West
Naturalist John Muir is born, 1838

Presidential
Lincoln's funeral train leaves D.C., 1865

Sports
Rosie Ruiz fakes Boston Marathon win, 1980

Vietnam War
Intelligence reveals North Vietnamese units in South Vietnam, 1965

Thieu flees Saigon as Xuan Loc falls, 1975

World War I
Red Baron killed in action, 1918

World War II
Red Army overruns German High Command as it approaches the capital, 1945
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