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March 19 in freethought history…

March 19, 1821 - British explorer, linguist, translator and writer Richard Francis Burton is born in Torquay, England. His achievements were legion, including a thoroughly documented pilgrimage in disguise to Mecca, a complete translation of One Thousand and One Nights, and … Continue reading

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January 30 in freethought history…

January 30, 1861 – Swedish freethought activist Viktor Lennstrand is born in Gävle, Sweden. He was outspoken against both Christianity and state-sponsored religion, and was imprisoned several times. He died in 1895, aged 34. January 30, 1891 – Charles Bradlaugh (English … Continue reading

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