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Today in History for December 18th

U.S. Supreme Court upholds the relocation and detention of Japanese-Americans during World War Two; U.S. begins 12 days of heavy bombing of North Vietnamese targets; Steven Spielberg is born; Tchaikovsky's 'The Nutcracker' publicly premieres . (Dec. 18)Copyright 2011 The Associated PressAuteur: associatedpressTags: North America War and unrest East Asia General news National courts Government and politics Judiciary Asia United States Supreme Court of the United States Steven Spielberg Courts International Japan United States government National governments Gepost: 18 december 2011Beoordeling: 0.0Stemmen: 0]]>

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