Today In History
7 results - showing 1 - 7
Chronologically, by Year
Chronologically by Year, Reverse
Chronologically by Date
Chronological Date, Reverse
Highest user rating
Lowest user rating
Byzantine Nobility Install Alexius Murtzuphlos to Throne
Eleanor of Aquitaine Dies in Convent
Armies of the Fourth Crusade Begin Assault on Constantinople
Soldiers of Fourth Crusade Capture and Sack Constantinople
Latin Empire of Byzantium Established After Capture of Constantinople by Fourth Crusade
Baldwin of Flanders Crowned First Latin Emperor of Constantinople
Death of Jewish Philosopher Moses Maimonides
7 results - showing 1 - 7
Results per page:
Today's Major Events
Clarence Darrow Tells ACLU There's no Bill for His Services in Scopes Monkey Trial
Clarence Darrow tells the American Civil Liberties Union that he won't be submitting a bill for his services as...
Pope Nicholas III Forces Jews to Attend Conversion Sermons
Pope Nicholas III issues the papal bull Vineam Sorec, forcing Jews to attend conversion sermons in Christian churches. This...
Pat Robertson's Christian Broadcasting Network Begins its Radio Broadcasting
The Christian Broadcasting Network, founded and run by Pat Robertson, begins broadcasting over the radio.
Roman Soldiers Under Titus Destroy Second Temple in Siege of Jerusalem
Siege of Jerusalem: Roman soldiers under the command of Titus destroy Jerusalem's Second Temple. The Roman attack comes from...
Anne Frank and Family Arrested in Amsterdam by Gestapo
In Amsterdam, Anne Frank and her family are arrested by the Gestapo. An unknown informant tips off the Nazis...
This Month in Atheist History
Madalyn Murray O'Hair, Son, and Granddaughter Are Likely Kidnapped
Madalyn Murray O'Hair, her son Jon Garth, and her granddaughter Robin O'Hair are most likely kidnapped by David Waters,...
First Publication of Friedrich Nietzsche's Book Beyond Good and Evil
Friedrich Nietzsche's book Beyond Good and Evil (Jenseits von Gut und Böse) is first published. It is subtitled "Prelude...
Michael Newdow Sues Congress for Tax-Payer Funded Chaplains
Michael Newdow, a lawyer and emergency room doctor who has already filed suit to remove the phrase "under God"...
Humanist Manifesto II is Published
The Humanist Manifesto II is first published in the September / October issue of The Humanist. Written by Paul...
Birth of Freethinker Robert Ingersoll, Proponent of Secularism and Religious Skepticism
Freethinker Robert Green Ingersoll is born in Dresden, New York. He will become a famous agnostic and atheist, but...
August History Calendar
Other events that occurred in August