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Death of Pope Paschal II in Rome
Gelasius II Elected Pope
Death of King of Jerusalem Baldwin I, Founder of Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem
Baldwin II Crowned King of Jerusalem, Will Expand Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem
Death of Byzantine Emperor Alexios I Komnenos
Birth of Manuel I Komnenos, Fourth Son of Byzantine Emperor John II Komnenos
Muslim City of Saragossa in Spain Falls to Crusaders
Birth of Thomas Becket, Future Lord Chancellor of England and Archbishop of Canterbury
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Adolf Hitler Condemns Rumors of a Possible Putsch
After learning that police in Prussia have been warned to be prepared for possible putsch attempts by radical political...
Tsar Nicholas II Orders Army to Forcefully End Riots in February Revolution
February Revolution: After several days of rioting by hungry protestors in Petrograd, Tsar Nicholas II orders the army to...
John Demjanjuk Charged in Germany with 29,000 Murders
Charges are filed in Munich, Germany, that John Demjanjuk is an accessory to more than 29,000 murders in the...
Southern Lawmakers Vow to Resist and Reverse Desegregation of Public Schools
Ninety-six senators and congressmen from southern states sign a manifesto entitled "Declaration of Constitutional Principles." This is one-fifth of...
Hawaii Gets Most Permissive Abortion Law in America
The nation's most permissive abortion law takes effect today in Hawaii when Governor John Burns allows it to become...
This Month in Atheist History
Court Hears Lawsuit From Madalyn Murray O'Hair, Will Reject
Judge J. Gilbert Pendergast of the Maryland state court listens to arguments in the lawsuit filed by Madalyn Murray...
Bertrand Russell Delivers 'Why I Am Not a Christian' Speech at National Secular Society
While at the South London Branch of the National Secular Society, philosopher Bertrand Russell delivers his now-famous address "Why...
Newdow v. U.S. Congress: Court Will Rule Addition of 'Under God' to Pledge is Unconstitutional
Argued: Newdow v. U.S. Congress - The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals will rule that the addition of the...
Death of Clarence Darrow, Lawyer and Social Critic
Clarence Darrow dies. One of America's most famous lawyers, Clarence Darrow made a name for himself by participating in...
Vatican Bans Books Defending Truth of Copernicanism
The Sacred Congregation of the Index issues a decree prohibiting the publishing of any books that maintain the truth...
March History Calendar
Other events that occurred in March