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Birth of German Philosopher, Theologian, Religious Historian Ernst Troeltsch
Confederate States of America Considers Arming Slaves
Birth of Erich Ludendorf, WWI German General
Birth of Alfred Hugenberg, Industrialist and Capitalist Who Tries to Control Hitler
Methodist Preacher William Booth Starts Tent Meetings in Whitechapel, the Start of Salvation Army
K.K.K. Founded in Pulaski, Tennessee, by Confederate Veterans
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Indiana Parents Angry About Teaching Evolution in Local School
Officials from the Beech Grove school in Indiana have to placate an angry group of local residents, led by...
Mormon Leader Joseph Smith Tarred and Feathered in Ohio
Mormon leader Joseph Smith is beaten, tarred and feathered in Ohio. He originally comes from a poor...
Jews Ordered to Clean Up Synagogues Destroyed in Kristallnacht
Hanns Kerrl, Reich Minister for Church Affairs, decrees that Jews are responsible for removing the rubble of their synagogues...
Closing Arguments in the Beer Hall Putsch Trial Against Adolf Hitler, General Erich Ludendorff
During his closing arguments in the Beer Hall Putsch trial against Adolf Hitler, General Erich Friedrich Wilhelm Ludendorff, and...
Commemoration Ceremony in Berlin: Hitler Bows His Head and Speaks
At a commemoration ceremony in Potsdam, Adolf Hitler tells the crowd: "In order to follow God and our...
This Month in Atheist History
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,...
John Lennon Declares Beatles More Popular Than Jesus
In an interview with Maureen Cleave in the London Evening Standard John Lennon says that the Beatles are more...
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...
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"....
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...
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