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BITS OF HISTORY (APRIL 1)

1924: A German court sentenced Adolf Hitler to five years in jail for high treason after his abortive 1923 putsch; he was released on December 20.
 
1999: In the first redrawing of Canada's provincial borders in 50 years, a vast new Arctic territory called Nunavut was created.
 
2001: Former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic was arrested in Belgrade after a stand-off. He pleaded not guilty to charges of abuse of power and criminal conspiracy.

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