Today in History for January 18th

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Today in History for January 18th

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Highlights of Today in History: Soviet Union breaks Nazi siege of Lenningrad; British Explorer Robert F. Scott reaches South Pole; Boston Strangler convicted; Rudyard Kipling dies. (Jan. 18)

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