1-10-1957: 'In God We Trust' comes on bills US Dollar

1-10-1957: 'In God We Trust' comes on bills US Dollar
Washington DC-'In God We Trust' - only to God we trust - that phrase appears for the first time on the United States dollar bills on October 1, 1957, Quoted from the site Historynet.com, inclusion aims to distinguish the United States from enemies Union Soviet claim atheism. Today in History will highlight the fascinating history.

Despite appearing on dollar bills on the middle of the Cold War, the sentence is already there on first coin since 1864 Quoted from the official website of the United States Treasury or US Department of Treasury, no background on why the motto 'In God We Trust' engraved on coins Namely since 1864, which increased religious sentiment during the Civil War.

n July 11, 1955, when President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the law which requires the inscription "In God We Trust" appear on all banknotes and coins. A year later, Congress passed a resolution declaring the phrase became the official national motto of the United States, replacing "E Pluribus Unum" - taken from the Latin word which literally means "from many to one".

Representatives of the people of Florida, Charles E. Bennett is proposing the resolution before parliament. In front of Congress, he said that the United States was founded in a spiritual atmosphere and with an unwavering belief in God. "Sentiment belief in God is something that is universal and timeless. Yet for 4 words, 'In God We Trust' is original US-owned," he said as reviewed via a website history.house.gov.
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