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Today in History for January 21st

Today in History for January 21st

Today in History for January 21st



Highlights of Today in History: France’s King Louis XVI executed; Vladimir Lenin dies; Alger Hiss found guilty of lying to grand jury; President Jimmy Carter pardons Vietnam draft evaders; Concorde begins service. (Jan. 21)

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