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Birth of Auguste Comte in France
French Occupiers Force Rome to Rescind Papal Requirement that Jews Wear Identifying Badges
Catholic Women Forced to do Penance for Helping Jews
Napoleon Bonaparte Arrives in Alexandria, Egypt
Special Tax on Jews is Revoked in Switzerland
Alien & Sedition Acts Become Law in U.S.
British Destroy French Fleet at Battle of Nile
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SS Officer Viktor Brack Writes to Himmler About Mass Sterilization
SS Oberführer Viktor Brack writes a letter to Heinrich Himmler about the feasibility of mass sterilization using X-rays. He...
God Declares War on United States, Says Hamas Leader
Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi, the recently chosen leader of Hamas, gives a speech in Gaza in which he declares that...
Leni Riefenstahl's Triumph des Willens (Triumph of the Will) Opens
At the Ufa cinema near the Zoo in Berlin, Leni Riefenstahl's film Triumph des Willens (Triumph of the Will)...
Stump v. Sparkman: Judge Can't Be Sued for Sterilizing Minor Girl Without Her Consent
Decided: Stump v. Sparkman - The U.S. Supreme Court rules that a judge cannot be sued for ordering a...
Thomas Goode at Virginia Secession Convention: Reason for Secession is Slavery
Thomas F. Goode delivers a speech at the Virginia Secession Convention in which he explains that the reason why...
This Month in Atheist History
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...
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...
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...
Death of Susan B. Anthony, Civil Rights and Women's Suffrage Activist
Susan B. Anthony, civil rights and women's suffrage activist, dies. Always a political and social activist, she participated...
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,...
March History Calendar
Other events that occurred in March