By HistoryNet Staff 6/6/2019 •
1. The US Army General was called a “brave peacock”.
2. In 1942, Variety Magazine labeled this Hollywood leading man “a disgrace to the industry” for receiving conscientious objector status.
3. The Anglo-Spanish treaties of 1817 and 1835 made this a capital crime.
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