April 21, 2007
Today in History: April 21st
1865 : Lincoln’s funeral train leaves D.C.On this day in 1865, a train carrying the coffin of assassinated President Abraham Lincoln leaves Washington, D.C. on its way to Springfield, Illinois, where he would be buried on May 4. Finish reading the article.
1918 : “Red Baron” killed in actionIn the well-trafficked skies above the Somme River in France, Baron Manfred von Richthofen, the notorious German flying ace known as the “Red Baron," is killed by Allied fire on April 21, 1918. Finish reading article.
1989 : Chinese students begin protests at Tiananmen SquareRead the complete article.
Tiananmen Square / Scott Simmie and Bob Nixon
Neither gods nor emperors : students and the struggle for democracy in China / Craig Calhoun
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Posted by d-nadler at April 21, 2007 10:21 AM
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Posted by: dad at April 22, 2007 05:59 PM