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Ladies in White

The Cuban government released the last of the Ladies in White yesterday after more than 70 members of the group were detained over three separate incidents one week ahead of Pope Benedict XVI’s visit.

The campaign in the fall of 1781—and the war—ended with Cornwallis's surrender at Yorktown.

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