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February 29, 1864 U. S. Congressional legislation revives the rank of lieutenant general
February 29, 1864 General Judson Kilpatrick splits his force in two detaching 500 men under Ulric Dahlgreen to attack Richmond from the west Virginia
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February 29, 1940 At the Academy Awards for 1939, held at Coconut Grove, Los Angeles, California, Civil War drama Gone With The Wind wins for Best Picture, Best Actress in a Leading Role (Vivian Leigh), Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Hattie McDaniel), Best Director (Victor Fleming), Best Writing, Screenplay (Sidney Howard) and many lesser awards.

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