The Salvation Army

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The Salvation Army is established in France

An organization focused on evangelizing and social work in working class areas, founded in England, the Salvation Army was established in France in 1881 by Catherine Booth, sometimes nicknamed “the Marshal,” daughter of the Methodist minister William Booth, who founded the organization in London in 1878. Organized according to a “military” model, it currently employees around 3,500 people in France in more than 60 establishments.

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