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1822 – The United States merged East Florida and West Florida to create the Florida Territory.
1940 – Second Sino-Japanese War: Wang Jingwei was officially installed by Japan as head of a puppet state in China.
1972 – Vietnam War: North Vietnamese forces began the Easter Offensive in an attempt to gain as much territory and destroy as many units of the South Vietnamese Army as possible.
1282 – Siciliaþēod ongegan to ahebbenne ƿiþ Carl I Neapolis Cyning, and þȳs ongann þone Sicilisca Uespers Geƿinn.
1842 – Americanisc læcce Craƿford Long (on biliþe) ƿeard se ǣrrsta mann to bryccenne diethyl ether sƿa sƿa anesthetic in surgical procedure.
1918 – Bolshevik and Dashnak ðreat suppressed a Muslim uphebbunge in Baku seo is on Azerbaicgan þǣm lande, and of þissum cƿællon 30,000 menn þǣre ceastre.
1954 – The Yonge–University–Spadina line, the first subway on Canadan and the busiest in Toronto, opened.
1981 – Trying to impress Jodie Foster seo sceoƿestre, obsessed fan John Hinckley, Jr. sceot and forbennede Ronald Reagan Foresittend þāra Geānlǣhtra Rīca and þreo oþru menn ūtƿeard the Hilton Hotel in Ƿæscingtūn DC
2009 – Tƿelf gunmen attacked the Manaƿan Burgƿeard Training Leornunghūs on Lahore on Pacistane, and healdon hit for manigum stundum beforan ðe security forces meahte eftniman hit.
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