March History

Click a date in the March calendar to the right for a timeline of all March events on that day, listed chronologically by year. Below is a list of important March events.

Click any event title to read more about that event. Every event page has a list of important names, places, and topics — click them to see a timeline of events associated with them.

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5 March 1623
First American Temperance Law Enacted by Virginia Colony

First American Temperance Law Enacted by Virginia Colony

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5 March 1871
Birth of Rosa Luxemburg, Russian Jew and Marxist Philosopher

Birth of Rosa Luxemburg, Russian Jew and Marxist Philosopher

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5 March 1984
Lynch v. Donnelly: Supreme Court Rules Nativity is OK in Christmas Display

Lynch v. Donnelly: Supreme Court Rules Nativity is OK in Christmas Display

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5 March 1997
Congress Supports Roy Moore's Refusal to Remove Ten Commandments Plaque

Congress Supports Roy Moore's Refusal to Remove Ten Commandments Plaque

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6 March -12
Roman Emperor Augustus Made Pontifex Maximus

Roman Emperor Augustus Made Pontifex Maximus

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6 March 1843
Daniel M'Naghten Case Debated in House of Lords

Daniel M'Naghten Case Debated in House of Lords

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6 March 1857
Dred Scott v. Sandford: Court Rules Anyone of African Decent Not U.S. Citizen

Dred Scott v. Sandford: Court Rules Anyone of African Decent Not U.S. Citizen

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6 March 1927
Bertrand Russell Delivers 'Why I Am Not a Christian' Speech at National Secular Society

Bertrand Russell Delivers 'Why I Am Not a Christian' Speech at National Secular Society

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6 March 1934
Rules for Religious Instruction Make Racism Part of German Catholic Christianity

Rules for Religious Instruction Make Racism Part of German Catholic Christianity

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6 March 1984
Death of Martin Niemöller, German Protestant and Pacifist

Death of Martin Niemöller, German Protestant and Pacifist

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6 March 2002
Ten Commandments Monument in Pennsylvania Ruled Unconstitutional

Ten Commandments Monument in Pennsylvania Ruled Unconstitutional

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7 March 1274
Death of Thomas Aquinas, Medieval Theologian

Death of Thomas Aquinas, Medieval Theologian

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7 March 1892
Milan Catholic Newspaper Runs Anti-Semitism Campaign

Milan Catholic Newspaper Runs Anti-Semitism Campaign

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7 March 1933
Nazi Ordinance Bans Obscene Writings, Illustrations, Performances

Nazi Ordinance Bans Obscene Writings, Illustrations, Performances

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7 March 1933
Adolf Hitler: Marinus van der Lubbe Must Die for Reichstag Fire

Adolf Hitler: Marinus van der Lubbe Must Die for Reichstag Fire

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7 March 1936
German Troops March into the Rhineland

German Troops March into the Rhineland

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7 March 1965
Pope Paul VI Makes Changes to Mass Following Second Vatican Council

Pope Paul VI Makes Changes to Mass Following Second Vatican Council

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7 March 1989
Salman Rushdie Controversy Causes Iran to Break Diplomatic Relations with Britain

Salman Rushdie Controversy Causes Iran to Break Diplomatic Relations with Britain

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8 March 1849
Mormon Leaders Propose State of Deseret, Encompasses Nine Present Day States

Mormon Leaders Propose State of Deseret, Encompasses Nine Present Day States

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8 March 1917
February Revolution Begins in March in Petrograd, Russia

February Revolution Begins in March in Petrograd, Russia

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8 March 1923
Adolf Hitler Denies He Receives Financial Help From Henry Ford

Adolf Hitler Denies He Receives Financial Help From Henry Ford

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8 March 1930
Mahatma Gandhi Starts Civil Disobedience in India

Mahatma Gandhi Starts Civil Disobedience in India

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8 March 1957
Southern Politicians Sign Georgia Memorial to Oppose Desegregation

Southern Politicians Sign Georgia Memorial to Oppose Desegregation

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8 March 2004
Afghan President Karzai: Women Should Vote as Long as Men Control Those Votes

Afghan President Karzai: Women Should Vote as Long as Men Control Those Votes

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9 March 1762
Jean Calas Sentenced to Death Unjustly by Catholic Government

Jean Calas Sentenced to Death Unjustly by Catholic Government

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