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January 21
In 1941, Japanese foreign minister Matsuoka announces that "The Netherlands East Indies and French Indo-China, if only for geographical reasons, should be in intimate and inseparable friendship with our country."
In 1977, President Carter pardoned almost all Vietnam War draft evaders.
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