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  1. In September 1862 the Union success at the Battle of Antietam gave President Lincoln the victory he needed to issue the Emancipation Proclamation. He issued it five days later on September 22, 1962.

  2. During the final months of World War II, Japan planned to use plague as a biological weapon against San Diego, California. The plan was scheduled to launch on September 22, 1945, but Japan surrendered five weeks earlier.

  3. Japan planned to deploy biological weapons against the city of San Diego, California, codenamed "Operation Cherry Blossoms at Night", which was set for action on September 22, 1945, but not realized due to Japan's surrender on August 15, 1945.

  4. Washington's first spy on Long Island was Nathan Hale, who was captured and executed on September 22, 1776.

  5. Pregnancy in females lasts 9 months and ends with one baby (calf). Baby is usually 30 inches long and weighs 22 pounds. Most babies are born from July to September.

  6. The Battle of Atlanta took place on July 22. Although a Union victory, the Confederate forces retreated behind defensive networks and held the city until September 2.

  7. During the final months of World War II, Japan planned to use plague as a biological weapon against San Diego, California. The plan was scheduled to launch on September 22, 1945, but Japan surrendered five weeks earlier.

  8. Operation Cherry Blossoms at Night. During WWII there was a Japanese plan to use plague as a biological weapon against San Diego, California. The plan was scheduled to launch on September 22, 1945, but Japan surrendered five weeks earlier.

  9. About Colonel Gail Halvorsen, aka The Berlin Candy Bomber who, moved by the perseverance of the hungry children of Tempelhof, Berlin, decided to airdrop candy rations to help lift their spirits. It blossomed into Operation "Little Vittles," in effect from September 22, 1948, to May 13, 1949.

  10. Japan planned to deploy biological weapons against the city of San Diego, California, codenamed "Operation Cherry Blossoms at Night", which was set for action on September 22, 1945, but not realized due to Japan's surrender on August 15, 1945

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Wenman "Kit" Wykeham-Musgrave, who on 22 September 1914 survived being torpedoed by the U-9 on three separate cruisers in the span of an hour.

During the final months of World War II, Japan planned to use plague as a biological weapon against San Diego, California. The plan was scheduled to launch on September 22, 1945, but Japan surrendered five weeks earlier.

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