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- +'''Felix Manz''' (also '''Felix Mantz''') (c. 1498 – 5 January 1527) was a co-founder of the original [[Swiss Brethren]] [[Anabaptist]] congregation in Zürich, [[Switzerland]], and the first martyr of the [[Radical Reformation]].
-# A [[canton]] of [[Switzerland]].+
-# A city in Switzerland, the capital of the canton of Zürich.+
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-[[1525]] - The [[Switzerland|Swiss]] [[Anabaptist]] Movement is born when [[Conrad Grebel]], [[Felix Manz]], [[George Blaurock]], and about a dozen others baptize each other in the home of Manz's mother in [[Zürich]], breaking a thousand-year tradition of church-state union. +
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-'''Zürich''' is the home of the [[Cabaret Voltaire (Zürich)|Cabaret Voltaire]] where the [[Dada movement]] began in 1916 . "A line of poetry is a chance to get rid of all the filth that clings to this accursed language," [[Hugo Ball]] exclaimed. "I want the word where it ends and begins," he cried. "Dada is the heart of words." (That was "[[The First Dada Manifesto]]," [[July 14]], [[1916]]). +
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Felix Manz (also Felix Mantz) (c. 1498 – 5 January 1527) was a co-founder of the original Swiss Brethren Anabaptist congregation in Zürich, Switzerland, and the first martyr of the Radical Reformation.




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