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|Today in History: December 11|
1205: In England, John Grey, Bishop of Norwich, is elected Archbishop of Canterbury. 1515: Pope Leo X surrenders Parma and Piacenza to France by Treaty of Bologna. 1792: France’s King Louis XVI faces charges of treason. He is convicted, and executed the following month. 1816: Britain restores Java, Indonesia, to the Netherlands.
Posted: 2019-12-10 21:24:00
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