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When was The Salvation Army founded?
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William Booth, a Methodist minister, founded The East London Christian Mission in London, England, in 1865. It later became The Christian Mission as its ministry reached beyond London's East End, and was eventually renamed The Salvation Army in 1878.

More information is available at our international heritage website.


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