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Danish Newspaper Editor Flemming Rose Awarded Free Speech Award
Salman Rushdie Knighted for Services to Literature by Queen Elizabeth II
Muslim Group Loses Libel Case Against Danish Leader Pia Kjaersgaard
Kasem Ahmad Threatens Fatwa Against Jyllands-Posten Newspaper
Varnum v. Brien: Denying Same-Sex Couples Marriage Licenses Violates Rights
Mitt Romney: Freedom Requires Religion - There Is No Freedom Without Religion
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Adolf Hitler Granted Release From Austrian Citizenship
Adolf Hitler's application for a release from his Austrian citizenship is granted. He is charged a fee of 7.5...
Walpurgis Night - Legendary Witches' Sabbath
Walpurgis Night: Named after the English missionary Saint Walburga, Walpurgis Night is a legendary witches' Sabbath which is believed...
Hitler and Eva Braun Commit Suicide
In the Führerbunker under Berlin, Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun commit suicide one day after their marriage. It is...
Official End of Diocletian Persecution of Christians in Eastern Roman Empire
The Diocletian Persecution of Christians in the Roman Empire officially ends in the East, the last area in which...
John Demjanjuk Loses Court Case, Stripped of Citizenship
The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rules that John Demjanjuk can once again be stripped of U.S. citizenship....
This Month in Atheist History
Birth of American Atheist Madalyn Evalyn Mays on Easter Sunday
American atheist Madalyn Evalyn Mays (later Madalyn Murray O'Hair) is born on Easter Sunday. She will become famous (or...
Death of William of Ockham, Philosopher and English Franciscan Theologian
Philosopher and theologian William of Ockham dies in Munich. William of Ockham was an English Franciscan theologian who...
Birth of Clarence Darrow, One of America's Most Famous Lawyers
Clarence Darrow is born. One of America's most famous lawyers, Clarence Darrow will make a name for himself by...
Judge Dismisses Madalyn Murray (O'Hair) Lawsuit Against Bible Reading in Public Schools
Judge J. Gilbert Pendergast dismisses a lawsuit brought by Madalyn Murray (later O'Hair) to force the end of required...
Birth of George Jacob Holyoake, Leader of English Freethought Movement
George Jacob Holyoake is born in Birmingham, England. Holyoake will be a leader of the English freethought movement who...
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