The “Big Three” in Teheran, November 30, 1943
From November 28 to December 1, 1943, the “Big Three”—Franklin D. Roosevelt, Joseph Stalin, and Winston Churchill—met at Teheran, Iran to discuss the progress of the war and plans for what would become the D-day invasion of June 6, 1944.
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THE CAPTURE OF TARAWA FROM JAPAN! [ETC.], 1943
This document authorized the return of land seized by the Freedmen’s Bureau to Jesse J. Busby of Jefferson County, Arkansas. Former Confederates were required to swear their allegiance to the United States. After being pardoned by the President, an individual could ask that his confiscated land be returned to him. The Freedmen’s Bureau was responsible for leasing abandoned or confiscated lands. It also acted on applications for the restoration of property to original owners.
Notice of the Pardon of Jesse J. Busby, 11/30/1865