King James I was an Anti-Smoking Crusader

King James I of England was an anti-smoking crusader following tobacco imports from Jamestown, VA, USA beginning in 1613. The british subjects were nicotine addicts and the King was critical of tobacco smokers and wrote a pamphlet titled Counterblaste to Tobacco.

Date:
      1613
Name(s):
      King James I
Location:
      England, Jamestown USA


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