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Today in History:
May 19, 1943: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and President Franklin D. Roosevelt set a date for D-Day, the Allied invasion of Europe.
May 20, 1927: Aviator Charles Lindbergh took off from New York on the world's first non stop solo,flight across the Atlantic Ocean.
May 21, 1881: Clara Barton founded the American Red Cross.
May 22, 1802: Martha Washington, widow of George Washington, and first First Lady, died at the age of 70.