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Papal Bull Issued by Pope Innoncent IV Condemns the Talmud
Christian Crusaders Burn Cathars Who Won't Renounce Their Faith
Pope Innocent IV Condemns Jews in Papal Bull
Khorezmian Turkish Horseman Attack Jerusalem, Killing Christians & Driving Out Jews
Birth of Jaques de Molay, Future Grand Master of Knights Templar
Large Army of Crusaders Destroyed by Egyptians at Battle of La Forbie
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Griswold v. Connecticut: Law Against Distributing Contraceptives will be Struck Down
Argued: Griswold v. Connecticut - The Supreme Court will rule 7-2 that laws banning the use of contraceptives by...
Nazi Ministry of Justice Creates Law to Kill Marinus van der Lubbe for Reichstag Fire
On orders from Adolf Hitler, the Reich Ministry of Justice under Franz Gürtner drafts a law that allows the...
Catholic Law Forbids Jewish Doctors Treating Christians
Pope Gregory XII issues the papal bull Multos adhuc ex Christianis, renewing an earlier Catholic law forbidding Jewish physicians...
Santa Fe School v. Doe: Separation of Church and State Violated by Student-led Prayers
Argued: Santa Fe School District v. Doe - The Supreme Court will rule that official, student-led prayers before a...
American Bookstores Won't Carry Free Inquiry Magazine with Muhammad Cartoons
Borders and Waldenbooks, two of America's largest bookstore chains, refuse to carry copies of the April/May issue of Free...
This Month in Atheist History
Pope Pius XII Issues Holy Year Encyclical to Combat Atheism
Pope Pius XII publishes a Holy Year encyclical entiteled "On A Program For Combating Atheistic Propaganda Throughout The World"....
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...
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...
Passage of the Comstock Act, First Federal Antiobscenity Law
The first federal antiobscenity law, the "Comstock law," is passed. The law, which amends the 1872 federal obscenity law,...
Greek Clergy Sent Flyer Accusing George Papandeou of Atheism
In Greece, a flyer is sent to members of the Greek Eastern Christian Church's clergy accusing George Papandreou of...
March History Calendar
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