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1 December 331
Constantine Exempts Jewish Priests and Synagogue Leaders From Physical Public Service

Constantine Exempts Jewish Priests and Synagogue Leaders From Physical Public Service

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1 December 346
Emperor Constantius II Decrees Pagan Temples be Preserved for Public Use

Emperor Constantius II Decrees Pagan Temples be Preserved for Public Use

1 December 800
Charlemagne Judges Pope Leo III as Innocent of All Accusations Against Him

Charlemagne Judges Pope Leo III as Innocent of All Accusations Against Him

1 December 1083

Birth of Byzantine Princess Anna Komnene

1 December 1145
Pope Eugene III Proclaims Second Crusade to Retake Territory Lost

Pope Eugene III Proclaims Second Crusade to Retake Territory Lost

1 December 1521
Death of Pope Leo X

Death of Pope Leo X

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1 December 1742

More Than 35,000 Jews Expelled From Russia by Czarina Elizabeth Petrovna

1 December 1830
Death of Pope Pius VIII

Death of Pope Pius VIII

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1 December 1930
N.Y. Bishop Manning Stops Lecture by Judge Who Advocates Companionate Marriage

N.Y. Bishop Manning Stops Lecture by Judge Who Advocates Companionate Marriage

1 December 1933

Passau Catholic Church Bans all Catholic Groups From Criticizing Government Acts

1 December 1933
Hitler's Nazi Cabinet Passes Law to Unify Nazi Party and German Government

Hitler's Nazi Cabinet Passes Law to Unify Nazi Party and German Government

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1 December 1933
Hitler Bans Interference in Dispute Between Reich Bishop Müller and Evangelical-Lutheran Church

Hitler Bans Interference in Dispute Between Reich Bishop Müller and Evangelical-Lutheran Church

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1 December 1934
Bishop Hans Meiser Elevates Nazi Clerics in the Evangelical-Lutheran Church

Bishop Hans Meiser Elevates Nazi Clerics in the Evangelical-Lutheran Church

1 December 1935
Pastors of Protestant Confessional Synod Ban Unapproved Public Communications

Pastors of Protestant Confessional Synod Ban Unapproved Public Communications

1 December 1936
Death Penalty for People Smuggling Money or Goods and Hoarding is Authorized

Death Penalty for People Smuggling Money or Goods and Hoarding is Authorized

1 December 1936
German Boys and Girls Forced to Join the Hitler Youth

German Boys and Girls Forced to Join the Hitler Youth

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1 December 1937
Nazi Party Official Paper is Ecstatic Over the Information They Can Use From Next Census

Nazi Party Official Paper is Ecstatic Over the Information They Can Use From Next Census

1 December 1938

Reich Economics Ministry Orders Jewish Stores Closed During Christmas Season

1 December 1939

Germany's Nazi Government Says Jews Won't Get Special Ration Cards for a Month

1 December 1939
Nazi Germany Deports Jews into Nazi-Administered Area of Eastern Poland

Nazi Germany Deports Jews into Nazi-Administered Area of Eastern Poland

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1 December 1941

In Lithuania Alone, One Einsatzkommando Has Killed 133,346 People, Only 2,055 of Which Weren't Jews

1 December 1941
Lodz's Jewish Ghetto Reaches Peak Population of 163,623

Lodz's Jewish Ghetto Reaches Peak Population of 163,623

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1 December 1943
Rudolf Höss Ends First Command of Auschwitz

Rudolf Höss Ends First Command of Auschwitz

1 December 1943

All Italian Jews Ordered Rounded Up and Sent to Concentration Camps

1 December 1947
B.F. Skinner Made Professor of Psychology at Harvard University

B.F. Skinner Made Professor of Psychology at Harvard University

1 December 1947

Arab Committee Calls for Three-Day Strike Protesting Partition of Palestine

1 December 1950
National Council of Churches President Rejects any Separation Between Secular and Sacred

National Council of Churches President Rejects any Separation Between Secular and Sacred

1 December 1955
Rosa Parks Refuses to Give Her Seat to White Passenger on Montgomery, Alabama Bus

Rosa Parks Refuses to Give Her Seat to White Passenger on Montgomery, Alabama Bus

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1 December 1956
Iraq's King Faisal II Declares Martial Law and Suspends Parliament Due to Growing Communism

Iraq's King Faisal II Declares Martial Law and Suspends Parliament Due to Growing Communism

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1 December 1973
Death of David Ben-Gurion, One of the Founders of State of Israel

Death of David Ben-Gurion, One of the Founders of State of Israel

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1 December 1980
Mormon Church Opposition to Equal Rights Amendment Gives Rise to New Church

Mormon Church Opposition to Equal Rights Amendment Gives Rise to New Church

1 December 1998
Koenick v. Felton: It's Not Unconstitutional to have a Public Holiday on Good Friday

Koenick v. Felton: It's Not Unconstitutional to have a Public Holiday on Good Friday

1 December 1998
Scientology Church Pleads Not Guilty to Charges in Death of Lisa McPherson

Scientology Church Pleads Not Guilty to Charges in Death of Lisa McPherson

1 December 1999
Mitchell v. Helms: Court Rules Educational Supplies Can be Given to Religious Schools

Mitchell v. Helms: Court Rules Educational Supplies Can be Given to Religious Schools

1 December 2005
South Africa Court Rules Civil Marriage is not Limited to Just Opposite-Sex Couples

South Africa Court Rules Civil Marriage is not Limited to Just Opposite-Sex Couples

 
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