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Today in Military History 1 Jul - 30 Sep

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    1787 The Constitutional Convention completes its work
    1849 Harriet Tubman and her brothers Ben and Henry steal themselves out of slavery
    1861 Combat at Blue Mills, Mo
    1861 Skirmish at Morristown, Mo
    1862 Battle of Antietam: Bloodiest day of Civil War, over 3,000 die Learn More
    1862 Battle of Mumfordville, Ky: US Col John Wilder surrenders
    1895 Second Class Battleship 'Maine' is commissioned, blows up, 1898
    1900 Battle of Mabitac: Filipinos defeat the Americans
    1943 Ammunition explosion at the Norfolk Naval Air Station
    1943 B-24s bomb Tarawa, in the Gilbert Is, from Canton and Funafuti.
    1944 Elms 81st Div land on Anguar, near Peleliu.
    1944 Operation Market Garden begins: Allied Airborne invasion of the Netherlands
    1944 USAAF abandons airbase at Kweilin, China, as the Japanese close in.
    1947 James Forrestal sworn in as first Secretary of Defense
    1949 North Atlantic Council meets for the first time
    1965 Premiere of "Hogan's Heroes", on CBS-TV
    1972 Premiere of "M*A*S*H", on CBS-TV
    1978 Begin, Sadat, & Carter sign Camp David Accords
    1997 Dedication of a monument commemorating the horses and mules who died in military service during the Civil War, Virginia Historical Society, Richmond

    BORN
    1730 Friederich Wilhelm Ludorf Gerhard Augustin von Steuben, "Drillmaster" to Washington's Army, d. 1794
    1800 Franklin Buchanan, naval officer, C.S.A, d. 1874
    1820 Earl Van Dorn, Maj Gen, C.S.A., shot by a jealous husband, 1863, probably to the benefit of the Confederate war effort

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    1771 Tobias George Smollett, 50, soldier, sailor, novelist ("Roderick Random")
    1908 Thomas E. Selfridge, 1st Lt., U.S. Army, the first person to die in an airplane accident
    2006 Dorothy Stratton, Director, the SPARS - Coast Guard Women's Reserve, 1942-1946, at 107
     
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    1778 First US treaty with an Indian nation, the Delaware
    1851 The New York Times begins publication
    1861 Skirmish at Barboursville, WVa
    1864 Battle of Martinsburg, WVa
    1864 Confederate troops under Richard M. Gano and Stand Watie massacre black hay cutters near Wagoner, Oklahoma
    1873 Jay Cooke & Company declares bankruptcy, setting off the "Panic of 1873", one of several "Great Depressions" (1873-1879)
    1943 B-24s bomb Tarawa, in the Gilbert Islands.
    1965 "The Wackiest Ship in the Army" premiers on NBC, runs for one season

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    1733 George Read, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, d. 1798
    1805 Robert Cowdin, Brig Gen, U.S., d. 1874
    1815 Henry Constantine Wayne, Brig Gen, C.S.A., d. 1883
    1818 Marcellus Augustus Stovall, Brig Gen, C.S.A., d. 1895
    1926 Joe Kubert, in Poland, American soldier, cartoonist ("Sgt. Rock", "Hawkman", etc.), d. 2012

    DIED
    1939 Charles Michael Schwab, 77, founder of Bethlehem Steel, builder of warships -- Learn More
    1961 UN SecGen Dag Hammarskjold (1953-1961), 56, plane crash, Rhodesia
     
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    1676 Rebels under Nathaniel Bacon burn Jamestown, Va.
    1777 Battle of Freeman's Farm (1st Battle of Saratoga)
    1862 Battle of Iuka, Miss
    1863 Battle of Chickamauga begins
    1864 3rd Battle of Winchester (Opequon), Va
    1931 Adolph Hitler got a speeding ticket -- Learn More
    1943 U.S carrier aircraft and B-24s raid Tarawa.
    1944 German-held Brest surrendered to the U.S. Army -- Learn More
    1957 First underground nuclear explosion, Nevada
    1959 Nikita Khrushchev is denied access to Disneyland

    BORN

    1737 Charles Carroll of Carrollton, d. 1832, the last surviving Signer of the Declaration of Independence
    1800 William Wister McKean, naval officer, U.S. d. 1865
    1822 Joseph Rodman West, Brig Gen, U.S., d. 1898
    1911 William Golding, sometime Royal Navy officer ('Bismarck' chase, Normandy, Walcheren), author ("Lord of the Flies," etc.), d. 1993

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    1435 John of Lancaster, 1st Duke of Bedford (1389-1435), 46, brother to Henry V
    1528 Malatesta VI dei Malatesti, Captain General of Venice, shot during the siege of Pavia, at c. 50
    1881 James A. Garfield, 49, Maj Gen, U.S., and President (Mar 4-Sep 19, 1881), of wounds from an assassin and medical malpractice -- Learn More
     
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    1797 US frigate 'Constitution' - "Old Ironsides" - launched in Boston
    1850 Slave sales are abolished in the District of Columbia
    1857 British retake Delhi from the Sepoy mutineers
    1861 Confederates capture Lexington, Mo (invested on the 12th)
    1863 Battle of Chickamauga ends in Confederate victory
    1863 Battle of Shepardstown, Va.
    1881 Former New York QM General Chester Arthur sworn in as president
    1950 Omar Bradley was promoted to General of the Army -- Learn More
    1955 "Navy Log" premiers on CBS, then ABC, 102 shows over 2 seasons
    1955 "You'll Never Get Rich" ("Sgt Bilko")premiered on CBS, ran for 142 episodes through 1959
    1984 Hezbollah suicide bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, 25 die

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    1809 Sterling "Old Pap" Price, Maj Gen, C.S.A., d. 1867
    1810 Alpheus Starkey Williams, Brig Gen, U.S., d.1878
    1820 George Washington Morgan, Brig Gen, U.S.
    1820 John Fulton Reynolds, Maj Gen, U.S., kia Gettysburg, 1863
    1833 Ernesto Teodoro Moneta, soldier, 1907 Peace Nobelist, d.1918

    DIED

    1947 Fiorello La Guardia, 64, bomber pilot (1917-18), Mayor of NY (1933-45)
    1993 Erich Alfred Hartmann, 71, German fighter ace (352 kills), later Bundeswehr airman
    2005 Simon Wiesenthal, Survivor, Nazi Hunter, at 96
     
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    1776 John Paul Jones & USS 'Providence' raid British shipping in Canso Bay, N.S. -- Learn More
    1861 Skirmish at Elliott's Mills/Camp Crittenden, Mo
    1862 President Lincoln issues the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation
    1864 Battle of Fisher's Hill, Va: Gen Early Retreats to Brown's Gap
    1864 Sheridan sets up camp in Harrisonburg, Va
    1868 Race riots in New Orleans
    1905 Race riot in Atlanta, 10 blacks & 2 whites die
    1906 Race riot in Atlanta, 21 die
    1943 Kate Smith's 13 hour radio appeal sells $39 million in war bonds
    1949 First Russian atomic bomb explosion
    1958 Elvis arrives at the Brooklyn Army Terminal, to board a transport for Germany
    1964 Premiere of "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." on NBC-TV, runs 4 seasons
    1975 Sarah Jane Moore attempts to assassinate Pres. Gerald Ford
    1979 The "Vela Incident": Several instruments aboard the US "Vela-5b" satellite detect a curious 'double flash' of light in the Arctic Ocean, about half way between South Africa and Antarctica, indicating a possible nuclear blast, a missile reentry, or a bolide
    1980 Iraq invades Iran, initiating an eight year war
    1995 AWACS crashes on takeoff, Elmendorf AFB, 24 die

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    1790 Augustus Baldwin Longstreet, American attorney, humorist, slaveocrat, secessionist, d. 1870 -- Learn More
    1796 Cornelius Kinchiloe Stribling, Rear-Adm, U.S., d. 1880
    1822 Eppa Hunton, Brig Gen, C.S.A., d. 1908
    1827 John Grubb Parke, Maj Gen, U.S. d. 1900
    1829 William Worth Belknap, Brig Gen, U.S., d. 1890
    1833 Stephen Dill Lee, Lt Gen, C.S.A., d. 1908
    1961 The Peace Corps

    DIED

    1776 Nathan Hale, 21, hanged by the British at what is now 66th Street and Third Avenue, Manhattan
    1862 Frederick Townsend Ward, 31, American adventurer, Chinese general (Tai-ping Rebellion), mortally wounded at the head of the "Ever Victorious Army" in the Battle of Cixi, 1862
    1951 Jacob Horner, last 7th Cavalry veteran of the Little Big Horn
    1989 Irving Berlin, Doughboy, composer ("God Bless America"), at 101
    1999 George C. Scott, US Marine and actor ("Patton"), at 71
     
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    1780 Maj. John Andre is captured, revealing Benedict Arnold's treason
    1806 Lewis & Clark Expedition ends at St Louis
    1846 Mexican uprising against American occupation at Los Angeles
    1861 Combat at Romney, WVa
    1863 Confederates begin investment of Chattanooga
    1864 Battle of Athens VA
    1865 Harney Lake Valley, Ore: Skirmish between US troops & Indians
    1931 Navy tests its first rotary wing aircraft, an XOP-1 autogiro, on 'Langley' (CV-1)
    1941 Charles de Gaulle forms a French government-in-exile in London
    1942 Auschwitz begins experimental executions using poison gas
    1962 "Ensign O'Toole" premiers on NBC, runs for one season
    1976 "Baa Baa Black Sheep" premieres on TV
    1979 Jane Fonda & 200,000 attend anti-nuclear rally in Battery Park, NYC
    1996 "JAG" premiers on NBC, later moves to CBS, runs for ten seasons

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    1820 Thomas Kilby Smith, Brig Gen, U.S., d. 1887
    1897 Walter Pidgeon, sometime Canadian artilleryman, actor ("Mrs. Miniver"), d. 1984
    1910 Elliot Roosevelt, Brig Gen, USAAF, d. 1990 -- Learn More

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    2004 Nigel Nicholson, Guardsman, litterateur, b. 1917
     
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    1794 Pres Washington ordered the militia out to suppress the Whiskey Rebellion
    1846 Zachary Taylor captured Monterey, Mexio, after a three day battle -- Learn More
    1864 Battle of Pilot Knob/Fort Davidson: Union troops beat off the Confederates under Sterling Price, who are beginning a raid into Missouri
    1918 Ens David S. Ingalls becomes the first USN ace, in a Sopwith Camel, while seconded to the Royal Air Force
    1929 Lt James H Doolittle makes the first all-instrument flight, over Brooklyn
    1942 "Chesty" Puller's Marines engage Japanese on Mt. Austen, Guadalcanal
    1943 USS 'Cabrilla' (SS 288) damages the escort carrier 'Taiyo' off Japan.
    1948 Mildred "Axis Sally" Gillars pleads innocent in Washington
    1960 USS 'Enterprise' (CVN-65) is launched, the first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier
    1982 US, Italian, & French peacekeeping troops begin arriving in Lebanon

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    1755 John Marshall, soldier, Chief Justice (1801-1835), d. 1835
    1824 Truman Seymour, Brig Gen, U.S., d. 1891
    1827 Henry Warner Slocum, Maj Gen, U.S., d. 1894
    1829 James St Clair Morton, Brig Gen, U.S., d. 1864
    1833 Henry Alanson Barnum, Brig Gen, U.S., d. 1892
    1896 F. Scott Key Fitzgerald, novelist and inept soldier, d. 1940
    1918 Henry Thomas Waskow, later Captain, B Co, 143rd Infantry, 36th Inf. Div., kia 1943 - - Ernie Pyle, "Captain Waskow's Men Say Good-Bye," 1944
    1920 Richard "Dick" Bong, highest scoring US ace of WW II, with at least 40 Japanese a/c, d. 1945 in a flying accident

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    1939 Rear Adm. the Honourable Edward Barry Stewart Bingham VC, OBE, 58 -- Learn More
    1978 Hasso-Eccard Freiherr von Manteuffel, 81, panzer leader
     
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    1066 Battle of Stamford Bridge: Harold II Godwinson of England defeats Harald Haardrada of Norway, then marches south to confront William of Normandy
    1493 Columbus begins his second voyage to the New World
    1794 Maj. Arthur Wellesley. 33rd Regiment, first saw combat in the Battle of Boxtel, Flanders -- Learn More
    1839 France recognizes the Republic of Texas
    1861 Combat at Chapmansville, WVa
    1861 SecNav Welles authorizes the enlistment of former slaves
    1957 Little Rock: 300 troops escort nine black students to Central High School

    BORN
    1822 Baron Adolph Wilhelm August Friedrich von Steinwehr, Brig Gen, U.S., d. 1877
    1823 Thomas John Wood, Maj Gen, U.S., d. 1906

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    1864 Col. George S. Patton III, 33, of wounds leading the 22nd Virginia at Winchester
    1900 Elizabeth Van Lew, Union master spy, at 81. Learn More
    1970 Erich Maria Remarque, 72, Frontsoldat, novelist ("All Quiet on the Western Front")
    2005 Don Adams (Donald James Yarmy), Sgt Adams, USMC, served in Guadalcanal USMC, and as a Drill Instructor ("Get Smart"), at 82
     
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    1777 British troops occupy Philadelphia during the American Revolution
    1781 Royal Navy Lieutenant Prince William Henry [later King William IV], arrived at New York, the first British Royal to visit America -- Learn More
    1861 Skirmish at Lucas Bend, Ky
    1918 USCGC 'Tampa' lost at sea with 118 men, probably to a German submarine
    1950 UN troops liberate Seoul
    1953 US and Spain sign a mutual defense treaty

    BORN
    1821 Alvin Peterson Hovey, Brig Gen, U.S., 1891
    1870 King Christian X of Denmark (1912-47)

    DIED
    1820 Daniel Boone, militiaman, frontiersman, at 85
    1918 2nd Lt. Guy R. Chamberlain, 26, Coy C, 345th Tank Battalion -- the first American armor officer to be killed in action, in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive
    2007 Erik Hazelhoff Roelfzema, the "Soldier of Orange," at 90
     
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    1777 Battle of Germantown: Washington is defeated by the British in a close fight
    1779 John Adams negotiates Revolutionary War peace terms with Britain
    1863 Cavalry action at Moffat's Station, Arkansas
    1864 Centralia Massacre: "Bloody Bill" Anderson's Rebel partisans massacre Union prisoners
    1940 Black leaders protest discrimination in US armed forces
    1941 The SS 'Patrick Henry' was launched, the first of 2,710 "Liberty" ships -- Learn More
    1942 Japanese aircraft bomb Marine positions on Guadalcanal.
    1944 Jewish US Army Nurse Reba Tobiason is captured by Germans near Aachen; later exchanged, the only American military woman captured in the ETO
    1957 The end of the world as we knew it -- the Dodgers leave Brooklyn
    1962 US sells Hawk anti-aircraft missiles to Israel
    1991 Pres GHW Bush ends full-time airborne B-52 bomber alert
    1996 The Taliban capture Kabul, installing an Islamist theocracy in Afghanistan
    2012 Mass shooting at a business in Minneapolis, 6 die

    BORN

    1722 Samuel Adams, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, d. 1803
    1803 Samuel Francis DuPont, Rear Adm, U.S., d. 1865
    1809 Raphael Semmes, naval officer, C.S.N., d. 1877
    1824 William Nelson, Maj Gen, U.S., murdered 1862
    1830 William Babcock Hazen, Maj Gen, U.S., d. 1887
    1835 John Murray Corse, Brig Gen, U.S., d. 1893
    1840 Alfred Thayer Mahan, Rear-Adm., U.S.N., who influenced history, d. 1914
    1840 Thomas Nast, militiaman, cartoonist, d. 1902

    DIED

    1876 Braxton Bragg, General, CSA., victor at Chickamauga, at 59 -- Learn More
    1942 Douglas Munro, 22, USCG, kia at Guadalcanal, earning the Medal of Honor
    1956 Milburn Apt, 32, USAF test Pilot, crash after reaching 3370 kph in the X-2
    1981 Robert Montgomery, sometime ambulance driver and naval officer, actor, at 77
     
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    1781 Washington initiates the siege of Yorktown: The last major battle of the Revolutionary War -- Learn More
    1822 US Sloop-of-war 'Peacock' captures 5 pirate vessels in the Caribbean
    1850 Congress outlawed flogging in the Navy and Merchant Marine, Congress abolished flogging in the Navy and Merchant Marine, with many abstaining or absent, and most Slave State members voting against, including Jefferson Davis
    1864 Battle of Fort Harrison/Chaffin's Farm/New Market Heights (ends 30th)
    1868 Opelousa Massacre, St Landry Parish, Louisiana: 200 blacks killed by white supremacists
    1871 Chochise and the Chiricahua Apache make peace
    1901 Balangiga, Samar: 48 of 78 men of Co. C., 9th Inf, killed by Filipino insurgents
    1906 US troops occupy Cuba, stay until 1909
    1918 British Pvt Henry Tandey may have had a chance to kill Adolf Hitler, while earning a VC near Marcoing
    1919 Pres Wilson has a stroke
    1923 US Navy aircraft take first and second places in the Schneider Cup Race
    1924 Two US Army planes end around-world flight, Seattle to Seattle, 57 stops
    1943 Japanese minelayer 'Hoko' is sunk east of Buka by U.S. Army aircraft
    1944 SS-Maj Walter Reder supervises mass murders at Marzabotto, Italy

    BORN

    1833 James Deering Fessenden, Brig Gen, U.S., d. 1897
    1840 Alexander Swift "Sandie" Pendleton, Confederate staff officer, d/w 1864
    1909 Al Capp -- Alfred Gerald Caplin, American cartoonist ("Li'l Abner", etc), d. 1979

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    1817 Maj. Charles Wollstonecraft, U.S. Army, at c. 48, Learn More
    1891 Herman Melville, 72, sailor, war poet ("Cavalry Crossing a Ford"), author ("Typee") -- lover of Fayaway
    1902 Émile Zola, 62, author and Dreyfusard
    1953 Edwin P Hubble, Doughboy, astronomer, at 63
    2006 Iva Torguri d'Aquino -- "Tokyo Rose", at 90.
    2018 Maj. Gen. Sidney Shachnow, 83, Holocaust survivor, Green Beret legend, sometime Commander, U.S. Army-Berlin, in Germany Learn More
     
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    1813 William Henry Harrison recaptures Detroit from the British
    1861 Skirmish at Munson's Hill, Va: 69th Pa accidentally fires on the 71st Pa, 9 die
    1864 Battle of Chaffin's Farm/New Market Heights/Laurel Hill/Forts Harrison-Johnson-Gilmer: Union forces tighten the ring around Petersburg, at a price
    1918 Led by the 107th Infantry, NY's 27th Div makes a decisive breakthrough of the Hindenburg Line at the St. Quintin Tunnel
    1962 JFK authorizes use of federal troops to integrate Ole Miss

    BORN
    1829 Bradley Tyler Johnson, Brig Gen, C.S.A., d. 1903
    1829 Giles Alexander Smith, Maj Gen, U.S., d. 1876
    1830 John Parker Hawkins, Brig Gen, U.S., d. 1914
    1831 John McAlister Schofield, Maj Gen, U.S., SecWar, d. 1906
    1901 Enrico Fermi, Italian-American physicist who "discovered a new world," d. 1954
    1907 Gene Autry, CBI airman, cowboy, d. 1998
    1916 Trevor Howard, Royal Signalman, actor ("Mutiny on Bounty"), d. 1988

    DIED

    1936 Prince Carlo Borbone delle Due Sicilie, kia at 28, Elgoibar, Spain
    2010 Tony Curtis, USN veteran, actor ("Operation Pettitcoat"), at 85
     
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    1777 Congress flees to York as the British advance in Pennsylvania
    1787 Merchant ship 'Columbia' leaves Boston to begin the first American round-the-world voyage (1787-1790)
    1857 US annexes Sand, Baker, Howland, & Jarvis Is, south of Hawaii, under the provisions of the Guano Act
    1862 Battle of Newtonia, Ms
    1864 Battle of Preble's Farm/Poplar Springs Church, Va,
    1867 Midway Island formally declared a US possession
    1899 Admiral of the Navy George Dewey received a tumultuous reception in New York -- Learn More
    1912 The former Spanish cruiser 'Reina Mercedes' was made the US Navy station ship at Annapolis -- Learn More
    1914 The Army disbanded the Seminole Negro Indian Scouts, after 44 years of service -- Learn More
    1936 USS 'Brooklyn' (CL-40) commissioned, in Brooklyn (where else?)
    1944 Calais liberated by Allies
    1946 Judgement at Nuremberg: 22 Nazi leaders found guilty
    1949 Berlin Airlift ends after 277,000 flights
    1951 USS 'Monitor', sunk Dec 31, 1862, formally declared "out of commission"
    1954 USS 'Nautilus' (SSN-571) is commissioned
    1993 Chairman of the JCS Gen. Colin Powell retires

    BORN
    1627 Robinson Crusoe, fictionally
    1805 Samuel Peter Heintzelman, Maj Gen, U.S., d. 1880
    1827 Kenner Garrard, Brig Gen, U.S., d. 1879
    1934 Elie Wiesel, Survivor, Peace Nobelist (1986), d. 2016

    DIED
    1891 Georges Ernest Jean-Marie Boulanger, 54, French general, frustrated putchist, suicide on the grave of his mistress
    1974 Carlos Prats, 59, former Chilean vice-president and commanding general, assassinated in Buenos Aires by agents of Pinochet
     
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