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1878- Born on September 22 -Japan’s most important prime minister immediately following World War II. 1906-He received a law degree from Tokyo Imperial University and later served as ambassador to Italy (1930-32) and to Britain (1936-39). 1945-Yoshida tried to negotiate a surrender with the allies but was imprisoned for two months. 1946-He served as foreign ..

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1726- Born in Elizabeth City County, Virginia– birth of the American statesman, lawyer, and judges 1746 – admitted to the bar– served in the Virginia House of Burgesses 1764– drafted a Virginia protest against the proposed Stamp Act 1775-1776 – served in the Continental Congress and revised Virginia’s laws with Thomas Jefferson and Edmund Pendleton– ..

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1838 – Born in a low-class samurai family of Hagi; birth of the modern Japanese Army founder 1863 – commander of Kihei-tai 1868– became prominent in his role in the Meiji Restoration 1869 – flew to Europe along with Saigo Tsugumichi to research about the military system of European Forces 1872-became the pioneering minister of ..

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1814– Born in Ogeechee Falls, Warren County, Ga. 1820s-1830s– got into preparatory school and Williams College, Williamstown, Mass.– studied law in Sparta, Ga.– 1834, he got admitted to the bar and began his practice in Greenville, S.C.– 1836, he transferred to Cahawba, Ala.– took a break from practicing law and ventured into becoming a cotton ..

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1891 – Born on March 19th in Los Angeles, California. American jurist, the 14th chief justice of the United States, who presided over the Supreme Court during a period of sweeping changes in U.S. constitutional law, especially in the areas of race relations, criminal procedure, and legislative apportionment.   1914 – He was admitted to ..

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1922 – Harold Lee Washington was born 15th of April.   Graduated from DuSable High School, Washington.   1949 – Graduated at Roosevelt College (now Roosevelt University), with a B.A. degree.   1965 – Elected as a Democratic representative to the Illinois state legislature,   1976 – Served as State Senator.   1980 – Elected ..

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