Guerilla War in the United States, 1965-1970

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Mar. 12, 1968, New York, N.Y. The General Telephone building was bombed. The explosion caused heavy damage.
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Mar. 31, 1968 New York, N.Y. The Induction Center was “shaken” by a dynamite blast.
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Apr. 1, 1968 New York, N.Y. Arson fires, set off by molotov cocktails hit S. Klein’s, Montgomery Ward’s, Gimbel’s, and Bloomingdale’s department stores, causing $20 million damages.
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Nov. 12, New York, N.Y. A bomb exploded outside the 25th Precinct Police Station.
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Jan. 17, 1969 New York, N.Y. The 44th Precinct Police Station in the Highbridge Section was shaken by a dynamite blast.
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Apr. 19, 1969 Buffalo, N.Y. Two firebombs thrown at building, University of Buffalo, where U.S. Navy-sponsored research project is located.
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Aug 20, 1969 New York, N.Y. A dynamite bomb exploded at the Marine Midland Building causing extensive damage and injuring 19 persons.
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Sept. 19, 1969 New York, N.Y. A bomb exploded causing extensive damages to the office of the Department of Commerce and the office of the Army Inspector General located in the Federal building. No injuries reported.
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Sept. 26, 1969 Champlain, N.Y. Young men “carrying subversive literature” injured three policemen-customs agents in a shooting melee.
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Oct. 4, 1969 New York, N.Y. A Molotov cocktail was thrown into the Navy ROTC office in Hartley Hall on the Columbia university campus. Considerable damage was reported.
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Oct. 7, 1969 New York, N.Y. A bomb explosion occured on the 5th floor of the Armed Forces Entrance Examining Station. Extensive damage centered on the 5th floor and water damaged the 1st through the 4th floor.
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Nov. 11, 1969 New York, N.Y. An explosion at Chase Manhattan Bank Headquarters caused extensive damage.
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Nov. 11, 1969 New York, N.Y. RCA building in Rockefeller Center, extensive damage reported.
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Nov. 11, 1969 New York, N.Y. A bomb exploded in the General Motors building causing moderate damage.
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Nov. 12, 1969 New York, N.Y. A firebomb damaged the exterior of the Brooklyn branch of Hanover Trust Co.
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Nov. 12-13, 1969 New York, N.Y. A bomb was tossed into a National Guard truck parked outside the 69th Regiment Armory. The bomb did not explode.
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Nov. 12, 1969 New York, N.Y. Police arrested two men as they were placing dynamite charges in the 26th st. and Lexington Ave. Armory.
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Nov. 12, 1969 New York, N.Y. Dynamite shattered two walls of a washroom in the Criminal Courts building near Police Headquarters in downtown Manhattan.
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Feb. 21, 1970 Brooklyn, N.Y. A Brooklyn military recruiting office was firebombed, but there was no reports of injuries.
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Mar. 12, 1970 New York, N.Y. “Revolutionary Force 9” claimed credit for a dynamite explosion which caused extensive structural damage to the 34th floor of the Mobil Oil Co. building.
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Mar. 12, 1970 New York, N.Y. “Revolutionary Force 9” claimed credit for demolishing the 21st floor and knocking out telephone service on 31 floors at the Syvania Electric Division of the General Telephone Building.
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Mar. 12, 1970 New York, N.Y. “Revolutionary Force 9” claimed credit for blasting a 25-foot-hole in the floor of the 12th floor of the IBM Building.
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Mar. 14, 1970 Brooklyn, N.Y. An explosive device was discovered outside the U.S. Army Reserve Building, Ft. Hamilton, N.Y.
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Apr. 25, 1970 New York, N.Y. An Army and Air Force recruiting office was racked by the explosion of a homemade pipe bomb. The building sustained heavy damage.
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Apr. 25, 1970 New York, N.Y. An Army and Air Force recruiting office on the 2nd floor of a Harlem office building was damaged by a dynamite explosion.
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May 1, 1970 Geneva, N.Y. A firebomb destroyed the ROTC office at Hobart College.
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May 2, 1970 New York, N.Y. A U.S. Armed Forces recruiting booth at 600 West 168th St. was heavily damaged by a firebomb.
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May 5, 1970 New York, N.Y. ROTC equipment in Townsend Hall at City College was set on fire.
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May 7, 1970 Buffalo, N. Y. The ROTC Building on the State university campus was firebombed.
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May 8, 1970 New York, N.Y. There was an attempt to bomb a $3,000,000 computer at New York University. The computer, owned by the Atomic Energy Commission, sustained $100,000 damage.
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May 14, 1970 New York, N.Y. A firebomb attack did an estimated $50,000 damage to ROTC Headquarters at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute.
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May 16, 1970 Bronx, N.Y. A bomb was thrown from an elevated subway into a U.S. Army truck.
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May 18, 1970 New York, N.Y. A 14-inch pipe bomb containing five pounds of gunpowder concealed in a brown paper bag was placed in the doorway of the Army Recruiting Station at 163rd Street & Southern Blvd., Bronx by a man being watched by police. The man was arrested and the bomb was dismantled by police.
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May 31, 1970 New York, N.Y. dynamite exploded at the World Trade Center, causing light damage and no reported injuries.
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June 9, 1970 New York, N.Y. Police Headquarters at 240 Centre St. was rocked by an explosion which heavily damaged the 2nd floor of the five-story building. At least four officers and four other persons were injured. The explosion demolished several offices including four rooms occupied by the Deputy Commissioner in charge of Administration, blew out many windows and smashed walls in Centre Market Place Nos. 3, 4, and 5 and wrecked two cars parked in front of No. 4.
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July 4, 1970 New York, N.Y. A firebomb was tossed into an Army truck at Fort Hamilton.
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July 8, 1970 Flushing, N.Y. The Hall of Science was bombed blasting a 3-ft. hole in a replica of a rocket inside a building. A Viet cong flag was found nearby.
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July 8, 1970 New York, N.Y. The Haitian consulate, the South African consulate, and a portuguese tourist agency were hit with pipe bombs. Three people were injured, property damages were not reported.
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July 27, 1970 New York, N.Y. A pipe bomb explosion at the Bank of America blew windows out and fractured walls. Weathermen called in newsmen and said they set the bomb to celebrate the anniversary of the Cuban Revolution.
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Aug. 1, 1970 New York, N.Y. the Bank of Brazil had its windows blown out by a pipe bomb. Two Viet Cong flags and “Weathermen” scrawled on a wall were found. No one was injured.
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Sept. 5, 1970 Rochester, N.Y. Eight men and women were arraigned for breaking into the Federal Building and destroying draft records at the Selective Service office.
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Mar 25, 1965 Atlanta, GA A Sniper fired at the State Capitol Building.
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Feb. 10, 1969 Athens, Ga. Arsonists attempted to burn down the Army ROTC building on the University of Georgia campus. This was the second attempt in a year.
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Aug. 27, 1970 Athens, Ga. A Molotov cocktail was thrown into the Rotc Building at the University of Georgia, causing a small fire which was quickly extinguished. There were no injuries.
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July 7, 1965 Chicago, Ill Bombs exploded in downtown office buildings.
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June 20, 1966 Chicago, Ill. Two policemen were wounded by sniper fire.
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July 13, 1966 Chicago, Ill. After police turned off a fire hydrant on a hot day, firebombs burned a garage and apartment building, and gunfire and rocks were thrown at firemen.
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Aug 6, 1966 Chicago, Ill. Snipers fired upon police from rooftops in Chicago’s South Side. There were no reported injuries.
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July 16, 1967 Chicago, Ill. One police car was destroyed when it was firebombed.
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Oct. 22, 1967 Chicago, Ill. The student center, dining hall, and auditorium as the University of Chicago were the targets of small fires set for recent anti-war protests
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Nov. 22, 1967 Chicago, Ill. Police were the target of sniper fire on the South Side. 220 arrests were made.
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Aug. 23, 1968 Chicago, Ill. An Army Recruiting Office was “slightly damaged” by a Molotov cocktail.
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Sept. 20, 1968 Chicago, Ill. One worker at the Illinois Bell Telephone Company died when the building was bombed.
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Jan. 14, 1969 Chicago, Ill. A Molotov cocktail was thrown at a Selective Services Board Office. Minor damage; no injuries.
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May 5, 1969 Chicago, Ill. Security guard at Ill. Institute of Tech. found a green plastic bag containing black powder charge a few feet from atomic reactor.
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May 12, 1969 Chicago, Ill. A firebomb was tossed through window of ROTC building at Loyola university.
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May 14, 1969 Chicago, Ill. An arson fire hit the administration building, the school bookstore, and an ROTC building, causing $10,000 damage and destroying the bookstore of DePaul University.
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May 25, 1969 Chicago, Ill. Files were stolen and burned from a Selective Service Center.
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May 29, 1969 Evanston, Ill. A small fire, caused by an incendiary device, was discovered in the building which houses the NROTC offices at Northwestern University. Minor damage resulted.
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Oct. 6, 1969 Chicago, Ill. A dynamite explosion rocked the Haymarket Square area of Chicago damaging a statue which commemorated the seven Chicago policemen who lost their lives in the 1886 Haymarket Square riots.
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Oct. 8, 1969 Chicago, Ill. The Weathermen confronted police with guns, clubs, tear gas, Molotov cocktails, etc., resulting in six Weathermen shot, 300 people arrested, and lawyer Richard Elrod badly injured.
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Oct. 11, 1969 Chicago, Ill. A firebomb tossed into the Navy Recruiting Office caused minor damage.
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Oct. 11, 1969 Chicago, Ill. The Air Force Recruiting Office was hit with a firebomb. Minor damage was reported.
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Oct. 12, 1969 Chicago, Ill. Hundreds of radicals charged through the North Side, breaking windows and fighting police. Damage was heavy and 40 people were injured.
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Feb. 21, 1970 Carbondale, Ill. The ROTC building on the Southern Illinois University campus was struck by a firebomb. No injuries were reported.
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Feb. 24, 1970 Champaign, Ill. A molotov Cocktail was thrown through the window of the Armory at the University of Illinois, which houses the ROTC office.
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Mar. 11, 1970 Urbana, Ill. A U.S. Army and Air Force Recruiting Office was destroyed by a firebomb.
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Mar. 30, 1970 Chicago, Ill. FBI agents and police found a bomb factory in a North Side apartment filled with enough explosives to blow up a city block. Experts worked for several hours dismantling bombs, blasting caps, explosive liquids, and hydrochloric and sulphuric acid. Police also found an army carbine, two 12-guage shotguns, a 22-caliber rifle, a revolver, communist literature and instructions for making bombs and waging guerrilla warfare.
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May 5, 1970 Evanston, Ill. An attempt was made to firebomb the Joint Services Recruiting Station.
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May 6, 1970 Carbondale, Ill. The Air Force ROTC offices were set on fire after occupation of the building by 300 persons had ended on the Southern Illinois University campus.
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May 11, 1970 Chicago, Ill. A firebomb caused $100 worth of damages to the ROTC building at Loyola University.
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June 8, 1970 Chicago, Ill. A grenade type device blew out the windows of the National Socialist White People’s Party (e.g. Nazis) headquarters. No injuries were reported.
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June 9, 1970 Galesburg, Ill. Draft records in the Selective Service Office were damaged by arsonists.
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Dec. 21, 1969 Chicago, Ill. A firebomb did minor damage to the 6th Ward Democratic Headquarters.
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Aug 9, 1965 St. Louis, Mo. A homemade bomb placed outside the door of a Selective Service failed to explode.
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June 24, 1967 St. Louis, Mo. A bomb was planted in front of the home of the vice-president of the Mortgage loan Dept.-Mercantile Trust Association.
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July 25, 1967 St. Louis, Mo. A pipe bomb was lobbed into the home of a policeman.
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Sept. 25, 1968 Jefferson City, Mo. An old abandoned ROTC building on the Lincoln University campus was set afire by two Molotov cocktails.
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Nov. 25, 1968 St. Louis, Mo. An incendiary device was lobbed at the ROTC building at Washington University.
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Dec. 3, 1968 St. Louis, Mo. Three jars of flammable liquid with wicks were found in the ROTC building in an arson attempt as Washington University.
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Feb. 26, 1970 St. Louis, Mo. A firebomb set off in an ROTC building at Washington University destroyed 90 per cent of the building.
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May 4, 1970 Maryville, Mo. Two Molotov cocktails were thrown into the Motor Vehicle compound of the Missouri National Guard.
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May 5, 1970 St. Louis, Mo. A fire resulting from a firebomb destroyed 50 per cent of the Air Force ROTC building on the Washington University campus.
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May 6, 1970 Columbia, Mo. Two Molotov cocktails thrown through the window of an NROTC building caused $150 damage.
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May 18, 1970 Afton, Mo. The Selective Service offices were firebombed. There were no injuries, but damage was estimated at $1600.
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Aug 11-16, 1965 Los Angeles, CA Approximately 10,000 persons rioted in the 150-block section of Watts. Damages estimated upwards of $200 million; even airplanes were shot at. Thirty-five persons killed.
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June 28, 1967 Berkeley, CA. Three plate glass windows were blown out at the Berkeley Draft Board in the early A.M. $500 damage.
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Dec. 12, 1967 San Francisco, CA. During a day of insurrection at S.F. State college the campus bookstore was set afire.
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Jan. 20, 1968 Walnut Creek, Calif. Windows were shattered in the police station when a bomb exploded.
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Jan. 29, 1968 San Francisco, Calif. A time bomb placed in the board of supervisors chambers was discovered before detonation.
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Mar. 10, 1968, Los Angeles, Calif. The employment office of San Fernando Valley State College was firebombed because of the school’s defense contracts.
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Mar. 26, 1968 Oakland, Calif. The Induction center was teargassed and an unexploded bomb was found.
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May 8, 1968 Palo Alto, Calif. During ROTC protests at Stanford University, the ROTC building was set afire, causing $75,000 damage.
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June 13, 1968 Sunnyvale, Calif. Ten thousand rounds of .22-caliber ammuniton were stolen from the Moffett Field Naval Installation.
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June 24, 1968, Hollywood, Calif. A shrapnel bomb caused heavy damage to a local Selective Service office. No injuries were reported.
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July 5, 1968 Palo Alto, Calif. The office of J.E. Sterling, Stanford University president, was set afire and speculation related it to the Stanford Research Institute. $300,000 damage was reported.
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July 10, 1968 Sacramento, Calif. Firebombs were thrown at Governor Reagan by “youths.” No injuries were reported.
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July 21, 1968 San Francisco, Calif. A one-story building containing a militarry uniform manufacturer was leveled. No injuries were reported.
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Aug. 7, 1968 Palo Alto, Calif. Files were burned for the fourth time at Stanford University.
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Aug. 12, 1968, Los Angeles, Calif. Police suffered two injuries during the Watts riots.
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Aug. 13, 1968, Los Angeles, Calif. Five policemen were injured during the rioting.
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Sept. 3, 1968 Oakland, Calif. The Oakland hall of Justice, headquarters of the Oakland police, was bombed.
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Sept. 10, 1968 Oakland, Calif. An Army recruiting car was dynamited by a passing car, the second bombing in two days, the fourth in 12 days.
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Sept. 10, 1968 Van Nuys, Calif. Five heavy Army trucks were dynamited.
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Sept. 13, 1968 Berkeley, Calif. A bomb carried in a black satchel was deposited at the University of California NROTC building, causing extensive damage.
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Oct. 2, 1968 Oakland, Calif. A bomb exploded in the restroom of an Oakland Police Department. No injuries were reported and damage was minor.
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Oct. 14, 1968 San Francisco, Calif. ROTC offices at San Francisco State college were the target of arsonists.
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Oct. 27, 1968 San Francisco, Calif. A bomb detonated at the Richmond District Police Station. The facade of the building was damaged. No injuries reported.
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Oct. 29, 1968 San Francisco, Calif. Dynamite blew a three-foot hole in the Richmond District Police station and destroyed a police car. It was one in a series of well organized attacks against the police over a three-day period.
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Nov. 4 1968 Northridge, Calif. At San Fernando State College students occupied the administration building and held the president and other administrators at knife point for four hours.
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Dec. 9, 1968 Palo Alto, Calif. Donner lounge and Stern Hall were burned at Stanford Univeristy causing damage to the grand piano, amplifiers, and furniture. This was the first of three major fires this year. The second one was in the Naval ROTC office, the third destroyed the office of the president. Firemen had to be drenched with water before entering as chemicals were probably used.
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Jan. 5, 1969 Santa Barbara, Calif. Two Molotov cocktails were thrown into the administrative offices of the ROTC Building on U.C. Campus. Minor damage.
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Jan. 7, 1969 Santa Barbara, Calif. Several gasoline bombs caused $1,200 damage at ROTC Headquarters on University of California campus.
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Jan. 19, 1969, Walnut Creek, Cal. An explosive device detonated near rear of local police station.
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Feb. 3, 1969 San Rafael, Calif. An explosive device detonated on stairway leading to Selective Service Office and Army Recruiting Station causing some damage to building and breaking all windows.
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Mar. 15, 1969 Compton, Calif. A pipe bomb exploded at the U.S. Naval and Marine Corps Training Center.
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May 7, 1969 Palo alto, Calif. Fire caused by incendiary device destroyed NROTC building (in process of being rebuilt from previous fire).
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June 12, 1969 Van Nuys, Calif. An airplane dropped an incendiary device outside a military installation.
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July 22, 1969 Montery, Calif. A firebomb thrown into the motor pool area of the National Guard Armory failed to ignite.
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Aug. 24, 1969 Modesto, Calif. Two firebombs were thrown at the National Guard Armory. One struck the front door of the Armory causing minor damage and the other damaged a truck in the motor pool.
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Sept. 3, 1969 Bakersfield, Calif. During the grape strike, several grape packing sheds were set afire, one in Ducor causing $100,000 damage.
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Sept. 29, 1969 Fort Ord, Calif. The Special processing Detachment barracks were firebombed, injuring three soldiers slightly. this detachment mainly handles soldiers awaiting court martial.
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Mar. 4, 1970 Oakland, Calif. An explosive device consisting of a two and one-half pound block of C-4 explosive device and a timer was discovered on the window ledge of a transient barracks at the Oakland Army Terminal.
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Mar. 23, 1970 Oakland, Calif. A garage shed at the Oakland Army Base was the target of arsonists. A fork-lift truck and a tanker truck were heavily damaged. Damage to the shed was estimated at $5000.
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Mar 27, 1970 San Francisco, Calif. Il Trovatore Tavern was the target of a bombing attack. The bar is frequented by policemen from the nearby Hall of Justice. Damage was estimated at $5000. No injuries were reported.
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Apr. 11, 1970 San Diego, Calif. An explosive device detonated in a building at the Imperial Beach Naval Air Station damaging the wooden type barracks building. No injuries were reported.
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May 4, 1970 Berkeley, Calif. Firebombs were thrown at a heating plant adjacent to the ROTC building at University of California, Berkeley, causing minor damage to the building. An ROTC vehicle burned.
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May 5, 1970 Davis, Calif. Molotov cocktails exploded at the ROTC building on the University of California campus, causing minor damage.
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May 6, 1970 San Pedro, Calif. Two men were apprehended in the process of attempting to firebomb National Guard Vehicles inside the fence of the San Pedro National Guard Armory.
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May 6, 1970 Oakland, Calif. The Selective Service was firebombed, causing an estimated $200 in damages. There were no injuries.
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May 7, 1970 San Francisco, Calif. A firebomb was placed on a window ledge of the ROTC building at the University of San Francisco. The explosion shattered two large windows, and the walls and draperies in Loyola Hall were scorched.
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May 9, 1970 Hollywood, Calif. A time bomb was set off at the Selective Service Office. There were no injuries. Damage was estimated at $10,000.
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May 10, 1970 Hollywood, Calif. The Selective Service Office sustained heavy damage when a bomb exploded on the premises.
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May 19, 1970 Huntington, Calif. Arsonists burned flags and damaged the Principal’s office, the theater’s lounge and an administrative area at Wintersburg high School.
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May 30, 1970 San Francisco, Calif. A bomb exploded outside the ROTC building at the University of San Frnacisco. Damage was light. It was the fifth act of arson on the USF campus in recent weeks.
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June 5, 1970 Los Angeles, Calif. An explosion and fire at the ROTC facility on the University of California campus in Los Angeles caused about $10,000 damages.
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June 8, 1970 Oakland, Calif. An armed forces patrol car was damaged by a bomb which consisted of two sections of pipe filled with black powder and tacks and ties to a bottle of gasoline. No injuries were reported.
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June 15, 1970 San Diego, Calif. The U.S. Navy Destroyer Richard B. Anderson sustained $200,000 worth of damage when an unidentified object was thrown into the ship’s gears. The destroyer was bound for Vietnam.
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June 25, 1970 San Francisco, Calif. A dynamite bomb was discovered at the door of the U.S. Army Recruiting Station.
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June 26, 1970 San Francisco, Calif. An iron pipe bomb was found at an Air Force recruiting office. It failed to detonate.
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July 28, 1970 San Francisco, Calif. The Armed Forces Police Headquarters was bombed. Damage was light.
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July 28, 1970 San Francisco, Calif. A 25-foot Nike, Ajax missile was damaged at Fort Scott (Presidio) by 2-inch pipe, time bombs.
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Aug. 8, 1970 San Raphel, Calif. During the trial of three San Quentin Prisoners at the Marin Civic Center, several sympathizers entered the courtroom with weapons, freed the prisoners, and took hostages, including the judge and the prosecutor. When a police guard opened fire in the escaping van, four people, including the judge, were killed.
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Aug. 13, 1970 Ft. Ord, Calif. Arson and firebombs damaged the Ft. Ord Mess halls to the extent of $5000-$10,000.
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Nov 26, 1965 Salem, Ind. The homes of two John Birch Society Officials were hit with Molotov cocktails.
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Nov. 17, 1969 Lafayette, Ind. A firebomb was thrown into the Selective Service Office.
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Nov. 18, 1969 Lafayette, Ind. An arson fire did slight damage to the Tippecanoe County Selective Service Office.
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May 1, 1970 Greencastle, Ind. An explosion and fire damaged the ROTC office and library at DePauw University.
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May 6, 1970 Greencastle, Ind. The Air Force ROTC building was set on fire at DePauw university.
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May 15, 1970 Bloomington, ind. A fire in the ROTC annex at the University of Indiana caused heavy damage. The fire was believed to be the result of arson.
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May 20, 1970 Charlestown, Ind. An explosion of unknown origin at the Indiana Ammunition Depot injured 20 persons.
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Mar 19, 1966 Salineville, Ohio The City Hall was attacked by an arsonist. There was no report of damage.
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Sept. 2, 1967 Cleveland, Ohio. 19 youths arrested after a firebomb was tossed in the home of a policeman.
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July 23, 1968 Cleveland, Ohio An ambush of police was followed by looting, firebombing, and a large scale disturbance. Eleven persons were killed, including three policemen. Fourteen policemen and ten civilians were hospitalized.
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July 24, 1968 Cleveland, Ohio A riot, arson fires, and sniper fire broke out injuring 15 police, killing three civilians and three police. No damage was reported.
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July 25, 1968 Cleveland, Ohio Sniper fire injured two civilians and two policemen, and killed two civilians and three policemen.
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Sept. 26, 1969 Akron, Ohio. a fire in the Selective Service Building destroyed records. Damage estimated at $15,000.
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Oct. 21, 1969 Lorain, Ohio. Files were extensively damaged by an arson fire at the Selective Service Board No. 71.
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Oct. 22, 1969 Painesville, Ohio An arson fire at a Selective Service office completely destroyed 2650 records and caused $5000 damage.
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May 2, 1970 Kent, Ohio. Firebombs were thrown at the Army ROTC building on the Kent State University campus, destroying the building. Other buildings on the campus suffered fire damage.
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May 6, 1970 Kent, Ohio. Three firebombs were thrown at the Army Reserve Center at 12th and Bern Sts. The bombs were described as wine bottles filled with kerosene with a paper wick. Damage was estimated at $5000.
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May 7, 1970 Shaker Heights, Ohio. Arsonists caused heavy damage in the boiler room next door to the ROTC building on the campus of John Carroll College.
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May 7, 1970 Cleveland, Ohio. Firebombs damaged three buildings housing ROTC facilities at Case Western Reserve in Cleveland.
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May 7, 1970 Athens, Ohio. A firebombing was directed at ROTC facilities on the campus of Ohio University.
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May 21, 1966 Wash., D.C. The American Nazi Party Hq. was heavily damaged by a fire.
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Oct. 2, 1968 Washington, D.C. A firebomb caused $1000 in damages to the Selective Services Headquarters located one block from the White House. A flammable liquid was poured into the basement and then it was firebombed.
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Jan. 18, 1968 Washington, D.C. A Molotov cocktail caused extensive damage to the National Selective Services headquarters.
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Nov. 14-15, 1969 Washington, D.C. During the November Moratorium, one civilian car was burned, one police motorscooter destroyed, and a dynamite bomb set off in the rear of a building knocked out windows. Ninetey-seven persons and five polivemen were injured during the two-day protest.
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Nov. 19, 1969 Washington, D.C. Dynamite did extensive damage to two ghetto liquor stores.
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Apr. 1, 1970 Washington D.C. a bomb was discovered in a package addressed to the next director of the Selective Service. It had not yet detonated. The package had been mailed from Seattle.
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Apr. 26, 1970 Washington, D.C. President Nixon received a bomb in the mail. It had been sent from Seattle and was found before it detonated.
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Apr. 27, 1970 Washington, D.C. Two bombs were sent by mail to the Selective Service. Neither detonated.
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May 10, 1970 Washington, D.C. A bomb exploded outside a National Guard building, blowing out 70 windows and causing minor structural damge.
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June 30, 1970 Washington D.C. A pipe bomb was thrown into the Inter-American Defense Board building,, 2600 16th St. N.W.
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July 2, 1970 Washington D.C. The Inter-American Defense Board building (OAS) was bombed, allegedly by Group Revolutionary Force No. 7. Damage was not reported.
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Aug. 27, 1970 Washington, D.C. A group calling itself the “Revolutionary Action Party” claimed credit for bombing the Portuguese Embassy and the Rhodesian Information Office, causing no injuries and little damage.
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June 15, 1970 Providence, R.I. Vandals destroyed the files in four draft boards and the State Selective Service headquarters.
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Aug 18, 1966 Omaha, Neb. A homemade bomb was discovered in a filing cabinet at Offuth A.F.B. Headquarters, Strategic Air Command. The bomb did not detonate. 1967
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June 10, 1970 Lincoln, Neb. Considerable damage was caused to the Military and Naval Science building at the University of Nebraska after five fires were set.
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July 26, 1967 Detroit, Mich. Two police were the target of sniper machine gun fire in chaos of looting and fires over a 40-block area. Over 1,000 persons injured and 15 deaths.
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July 28, 1967 Detroit, Mich. One policeman was injured as a result of sniper fire which arose over racial violence.
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Jan. 31, 1968 Kalamazoo, Mich. A firebomb caused $12,000 damage to the National Guard Storage Building.
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Aug. 22, 1968, Detroit, Mich. The Army Recruiting Office was firebombed after two youths were seen driving to the back of the building. No damages were reported.
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Sept 1, 1968 Ann Arbor, Mich. The CIA building was bombed. No damage was reported.
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Sept. 3, 1968 Macomb, Mich. Two Selective Services offices were blasted by bombs. There were no injuries.
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Sept. 10, 1968 Detroit, Mich. An Army recruiting car was dynamited as well as a policeman’s private car.
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Sept. 22, 1968 Roseville, Mich. The Macomb County Draft Board office was bombed, blowing a hole in the front wall of the building.
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Sept. 29, 1968 Ann Arbor, Mich. Dynamite exploded in front of the CIA recruiting office, destroying the front of the building and shattering windows in nearby buildings. It was one in a series of bombings against government installations.
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Oct. 14, 1968 Ann Arbor, Mich. The University of Michigan Institute of Science and Technology was dynamited. The facility is used for government research.
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Oct. 15, 1968 Ann Arbor, Mich. The University of Michigan Institute of Science and Technology was again dynamited, this time causing heavy damage. The side door of the building was blasted.
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Jan. 30, 1969 Kalamazoo, Mich. A firebomb was thrown into classroom of ROTC building on the Western michigan University campus. Minor damage.
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Jan. 30, 1969 Kalamazoo, Mich. A firebomb was thrown through the window of a building used by the Michigan National Guard causing minor damage to 3 jeeps and extensive damage to 2 jeeps and the building.
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May 5, 1969 Kalamazoo, Mich. Arsonists set fire to an ROTC office, Western Michigan university. Damage was estimated at $3000.
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June 1, 1969 Ann Arbor, Mich. A fire occured at the NROTC building on the campus of the University of Michigan when a bomb exploded under an Army Sedan parked next to the building. Damage estimated at $25,000-$30,000. No injuries were reported.
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Sept. 22, 1969 Ann Arbor, Mich. Students seized the University of Michigan ROTC headquarters. A glass pane in the front door was broken when police removed them.
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Sept. 29, 1969 Ann Arbor, Mich. The CIA recruiting office was bombed. No damages were reported.
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May 1, 1970 Detroit, Mich. The police recruiting office was firebombed. Damage was not reported.
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May 1, 1970 East Lansing, Mich. The Michigan State University ROTC building was firebombed and damaged.
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May 8, 1970 Ann Arbor, Mich. A fire was set in the ROTC building on the University of Michigan campus. No damage was reported.
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May 12, 1970 Detroit, Mich. A one and one-half hour fire, set by arsonists, caused heavy damage at the Selective Services offices. No injuries were reported.
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July 25, 1970 St. Ignace, Mich. A bomb exploded at the CIA office. Damages were moderate.
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Aug 3, 1967 Milwaukee, wis. One youth was killed and two others shot as molotov cocktails were thrown at buildings and police.
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Sept. 25, 1968 Milwaukee, Wis. Arson at the Selective Services office caused extensive damage. Many draft files were burned in protest over the Vietnam War.
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Oct. 2, 1968 Madison, Wis. The State Selective Service headquarters was firebombed destroying some files
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Sept. 24, 1969 Milwaukee, Wis. Firebomb was thrown through the window of the ROTC office at the University of Wisconsin; caused minor damage.
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Sept. 26, 1969 Madison, Wis. An explosive device demolished a door of the Wisconsin National Guard Armory, and destroyed voting machines and police riot equipment. Damage estimated at $25,000
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Sept. 26, 1969 Milwaukee, Wis. A bomb explosion occurred in the Federal building, causing extensive damage to the first and second floors. The Second floor houses the Selective Services offices. Damage estimated at $75,000 to $100,000.
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Jan. 12, 1970 Baraboo, Wis. Unidentified persons stole a small plane, flew over the Badger Ammunition Plant, dropped three jars filled with gunpowder. The jars fell unexploded into the snow.
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Mar. 13, 1970 Appleton, Wis. A fire damaged the wall of the ROTC building at Lawrence university.
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Apr. 18, 1970 Baraboo, Wis. The Badger Army Ammunition Plant was firebombed causing $150,000 damage.
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May 2, 1970 West DePere, Wis. Firebombs were thrown at the indoor ROTC rifle range at St. Norbert College.
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May 4, 1970 Madison, Wis. The ROTC building and the home of a military instructor were firebombed at the University of Wisconsin.
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July 27, 1970 Sparta, Wis. At Camp McCoy Army Base explosions took place simultaneously at three widely separated spots. The damage was extensive and no injuries were reported.
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Aug. 24, 1970 Madison, Wis. A bomb set off at the University of Wisconsin killed one person and injured four others. The Army Mathematics Research Center was demolished.
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Mar 19, 1968 Norwalk, Conn. An explosive device detonated outside police department.
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May 1, 1970 New Haven, Conn. A bomb explosion occured in ROTC building on the Yale campus. No serious injuries were reported.
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May 8, 1970 New London, Conn. Three firebombs were thrown at the National Guard Armory.
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May 18, 1968 Catonsville, Md. The files of the local induction center were damaged by Philip Berrigan & the Catonsville 9.
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Sept. 30, 1968 Huntington, Md. The Wallace for President headquarters was firebombed.
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May 1, 1970 College Park, Md. Firebombs caused extensive fire damage to the ROTC building and related equipment at the University of Maryland.
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Sept. 9, 1968 Paducah, Ky. The Wallace for President headquarters was firebombed. No damage was reported.
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June 3, 1969 Louisville, Ky. At least 2 bomb explosions occured at the DuPont Co. No serious injuries were reported.
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May 5, 1970 Lexington, Ky. Firebombs destroyed the ROTC building at the University of Kentucky.
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Sept. 30 1968 Eugene, Ore. The Naval & Marine Corps Training Center was bombed with dynamite and set afire causing $106,000 in damage. One 12-ton crane, two bulldozers, and four dump trucks were also destroyed.
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May 24, 1969 Portland, Ore. two separate packages of dynamite found wired to doors of National Bank of Oregon and to U.S. Navy Recruiting Station fail to explode.
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Mar. 20, 1970 Portland, Ore. Two firebombs were found near two trucks at the U.S. Army Reserve Training Center. One of the bombs had exploded and burned itself out and the other was intact.
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Apr. 15, 1970 Eugene, Ore. the ROTC Building on the University of Oregon campus was vandalized and fires were set. Damage was not reported.
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May 1, 1970 Corvallis, Ore. Two firebombs were thrown at the Oregon State University ROTC Building, damaging its interior.
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May 22, 1970 Corvallis, Ore. A Molotov cocktail thrown against the side of the Oregon State University ROTC Building caused minor damage to the outside wall.
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Aug. 10, 1970 Portland, Ore. The Selective Service Building was firebombed, causing $1000 damage.
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May 7, 1970 Reno, Nev. There was a firebombing directed at the ROTC Facilities on the campus of the University of Nevada.
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May 13, 1970 Salt Lake City, Utah. A bomb detonated at the entrance to the supply building of the Utah National Guard. No injuries were reported. Damage was listed at $8000-10,000.
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Jan. 6, 1970 Denver, Colo. The Army Recruiting Station hit by a Molotov cocktail. Damages were estimated at $305. No injuries were reported.
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Mar. 1, 1970 Colarado Springs, Colo. The Selective Service Headquarters was firebombed. Moderate damage was reported.
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Mar. 2, 1970 Boulder, Colo. The Selective Service office and the ROTC headquarters were firebombed. A door was blown off its hinges and one was was ripped down.
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May 7, 1970 Colorado Springs, Colo. A firebombing was directed at ROTC facilities on the campus of the College of Colorado.
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May 11, 1970 Rocky Flats, Colo. Arsonists struck the Atomic energy Commission in Rocky Flats, causing damages in excess of $45 million.
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Oct. 29, 1968 Wilmington, Del. Two FBI agents were assaulted while escorting an apprehended deserter to an automobile. The agents were beaten, requiring hospitalization. Their guns were taken and the deserter allowed to escape.
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July 22, 1969 Wilmington, Del. After police arrested an army deserter, there was a brick throwing and firebombing, which injured three people.
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Dec. 10, 1968 Pittsburgh, PA. In an attempted bombing of police stations, 58 sticks of dynamite in a 5-gallon can were found next to a station house. They failed to ignite. 1969
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Aug. 15-16, 1969 Stroudsburg, Pa. Approximately 9,000 Selective Service records were destroyed by a fire in the office of Local Draft Board No. 105.
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Oct. 14, 1969 Indiana, Pa. A firebomb was thrown at the ROTC building on the campus of Indiana university of Pennsylvania. No damage.
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Oct. 15, 1969 Philadelphia, Pa. A Molotov cocktail thrown through the window of a research lab on the campus of Pennsylvania State university causes minor damage.
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May 6, 1970 Reading, Pa. An incendiary device caused a fire at the U.S. Army Reserve Center.
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May 20, 1970 Carlisle, Pa. Five Molotov cocktails failed to ignite at the Selective Service Building.
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Feb. 11. 1969 Minneapolis, Minn. An explosive device was set off near a U.S.A.F. Recruiting office.
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Mar. 2, 1970 St. Paul, Minn. The Minnesota Selective Services Headquarters sustained extensive damage from black spray paint. The headquarters of Hennepin Co. sustained moderate damage.
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Apr. 26, 1970 Robbinsdale, Minn. bomb explosion occured outside the front door of Local Selective Service Board number 51.
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May 7, 1970 Mankuto, Minn. The Local National Guard Armory was firebombed. Damage was not reported.
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Aug. 18, 1970 Minneapolis, Minn. A bomb consisting of twenty sticks of dynamite blew up in the Federal Office Building, causing $500,000 damage. The building houses the Armed Forces Examination Center.
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Feb. 21, 1969 Lawrence, Kan. Four Molotov cocktail firebombs were thrown in and around the Military Science Building, University of Kansas. Minor damage.
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Feb 22, 1969 Seattle, Wash. The front door of the Armed Forces Entrance and Examining Station was blown open with a small explosive device.
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May 17, 1969 Seattle, Wash. A time bomb exploded in a planter box next to a wondow of the Seattle Center Coliseum where there was a military display for Armed Forces Week. Damage was estimated at $500.
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Jan. 19, 1970 Seattle, Wash. An explosive device was found under the steps of the Air Force ROTC Building on the University of Washington campus.
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May 6, 1970 Longview, Wash. Two explosive charges, probably dynamite, were set off inside a fence at the rear of the Longview National Guard Armory.
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Apr. 17, 1969 Tulsa, Okla. Bomb exploded at the residence of National Tank Co.’s Executive V.P., shattering windows.
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May 4, 1970 Norman, Okla. Bricks were thrown in the window of the Selective Service Office and the building was then firebombed.
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May 5, Cambridge, Mass. Firebomb caused minor smoke and fire damage to one classroom of NROTC building on Harvard University campus. Minimal damage resulted.
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Feb. 6-9, 1970 Boston, Mass. A Molotov cocktail caused a fire in a Boston University ROTC office.
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May 8, 1970 Boston, Mass. The Boston City Guard Armory was attacked by four firebombs. Damages were not reported.
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May 9, 1970 Boston, Mass. The Aurther D. Little Company (a RAND-type corporation) sustained heavy damage when it was struck by a firebomb.
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May 14, 1970 Melrose, Mass. Several firebombs exploded outside the National Guard Armory. Police found a jug of gasoline and several bottles used to make Molotov cocktails. No injuries were reported.
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June 2, 1969 Ft. Dix, N.J. Mattresses and newspapers were burned by inmates of the stockade and 38 prisoners were charged with participating in the riot.
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June 7, 1969 Ft. Dix, N.J. A fire broke out in the stockade. No damages were reported.
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July 13-15, 1969 Jamesburg, N.J. Vandalism and a firebomb hit an ice cream parlor supposedly owned by a racist.
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May 2, 1970 Princeton, N.J. The Armory at Princeton University, which houses ROTC facilities, was firebombed.
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May 3, 1970 New Brunswick, N.J. A firebomb damaged the ROTC building at Rutgers University.
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May 5, 1970 South Orange, N.J. The ROTC Building at Seton Hall University received light damage from a firebomb.
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May 11, 1970 Rutgers, N.J. Livingston College’s Police Science Building was destroyed by firebombing. No injuries were reported.
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May 13, 1970 Princeton, N.J. A firebomb damaged Nassau Hall on the Princeton University campus, just one hour after a makeshift firebomb failed to ignite at the Institute for Defense Analysis Building.
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May 10, 1969 Denton, Tex. The ROTC office at North Texas State University was damaged by fire, started by Molotov cocktails. Damage was estimated at $8000.
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Oct. 8, 1969 College Station, Tex. The ROTC Corps Cadet Headquarters of Texas A & M was bombed.
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Apr. 1, 1970 Houston, Tex. Kerosene was used to set fire to an NROTC building at Rice University. The outer wall of building was damaged.
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Apr. 11, 1970 Freeport, Tex. A firebomb caused $250,000 damage to the Dow Chemical plant.
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Mar. 25, 1968 Juneau, Alaska. The Coast Guard Cutter Baratoria, just returned from Vietnam, was damaged by an explosion.
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Aug 8, 1965 Richmond, Va. The Bark and Co. Clothing store was hit by arson for the second time. The first fire had caused $500,000 worth of damage
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May 7, 1970 Charlottesville, Va. The ROTC building at the University of Virginia was destroyed by arsonists.
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Feb. 23, 1970 Tucson, Ariz. Dynamite was set off at Selective Service Headquarters. No injuries were reported.
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Mar. 9, 1970 Albuquerque, N. M. An incendiary device was found by police beneath the floor of the University of New Mexico ROTC building 15 minutes before it was timed to ignite.
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May 6, 1970 Albuquerque, N.M. Three members of the University of New Mexico’s football team were stabbed while trying to defend a flagpole.
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Apr. 7, 1970 New Orleans, La. the ROTC Building at Tulane University was completely destroyed by arson. No injuries were reported.
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Apr. 24, 1970 Baton Rouge, La. The windows and walls of the Capitol building were damaged by explosives.
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Apr. 26, 1970 Baton Rouge, La. A bomb explosion caused heavy damage at the Baton Rouge Country Club on the outskirts of town moments before another explosion at the Louisiana Senate Building.
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Apr. 24, 1970 Baton Rouge, La. A bomb exploded in the Senate Chambers of the Louisiana State Capitol. The entire front area of the Senate Chamber was in shambles from the explosion; marble was ripped from the walls, a hole was knocked in the ceiling and another in the floor and electronic gear was demolished. An estimated 20 to 30 sticks of dynamite had been placed in the Speaker’s alcove at the front of the chamber. Estimates of damage range from $250,000 t0 $500,000.
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May 4, 1970 Chapel Hill, N.C. A plastic bomb damaged the ROTC office at the University of North Carolina.
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May 5, 1970 Lewiston, Ida. A firebomb thrown into a National Guard Armory caused an estimated $250,000 damage.
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May 5, 1970 Moscow, Ida. A firebomb severely damaged the ROTC building at the University of Idaho.
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May 5, 1970 Orlando, Fla. A firebomb was hurled through the window of the Federal Office Building. The Social Security Department and Veterans Administration and Selective Services offices were damaged.
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May 8, 1970 Iowa City, Iowa. A classroom building at the university of Iowa was destroyed by fire during a war protest.
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May 13, 1970 Des Moines, Iowa. A dynamite explosion ripped through the Des Moines Police Station injuring one person and causing an estimated $200,000 damage. (The building was the target of a bomb threat a week earlier.) The bomb, placed against the South wall adjacent to a transformer and several fuel drums, knocked out all primary and secondary power and telephone facilities, blew holes through outer and inner brick walls, shattered about 280 windows, damaged about a dozen parked cars, and broke windows in several surrounding buildings.
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June 13, 1970 Des Moines, Iowa. A dynamite explosion caused an estimated $75,000 worth of damage in the greater Des Moines Chamber of Commerce building. The blast blew out approximately 275 windows in surrounding buildings, and damage to the surrounding property was estimated at $25,000.
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Mar. 16, 1970 High Seas. A Navy Ammunition ship bound for Thailand was hijacked. It was taken to Cambodia, where the hijackers were granted political asylum.
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May 13, 1970 Livingston, Ala. The police Science Building at Livingston was firebombed.
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Feb 24, 1969 San Juan, Puerto Rico. The draft board was ripped by a bomb. It was the fourth bombing in the last three months.
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Feb. 6, 1970 RioPiedras and Isla-verde, P.R. Firebombs exploded within 30 minutes of each other at a Selective Service Office in Dorado; a General Electric facility in Rio Piedras, and as the Hotel San Juan in Isla-verde.
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Mar. 2, 1970 Rio Piedras, P.R. One person was killed and three others were injured during rioting on the University of Puerto Rico. The ROTC building sustained $30,000 worth of damage, and other buildings on campus were also damaged.

 

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