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*[[1890]] - [[Paul Strand]], American photographer (d. [[1975]]) *[[1890]] - [[Paul Strand]], American photographer (d. [[1975]])
*[[1918]] - [[Louis Althusser]], French Marxist philosopher (d. [[1990]]) *[[1918]] - [[Louis Althusser]], French Marxist philosopher (d. [[1990]])
-*[[1920]] - [[Andrzej Munk]],Polish filmmaker (d. [[1961]])+*[[1920]] - [[Andrzej Munk]], Polish filmmaker (d. [[1961]])
*[[1923]] - [[Bert Kaempfert]], German orchestra leader and songwriter (d. [[1980]]) *[[1923]] - [[Bert Kaempfert]], German orchestra leader and songwriter (d. [[1980]])
-*[[1927]] - [[Günter Grass]], German writer, [[Nobel Prize in Literature|Nobel Prize]] laureate+*[[1927]] - [[Günter Grass]], German writer, [[Nobel Prize in Literature|Nobel Prize]] laureate (d. 2015)
-*[[1938]] - [[Nico]] (born Christa Päffgen; singer-songwriter, fashion model, actress) (d. [[1988]])+*[[1938]] - [[Nico]] (born Christa Päffgen; singer-songwriter, fashion model, actress) (d. 1988)
==Deaths== ==Deaths==
-*[[1553]] - [[Lucas Cranach the Elder]], German painter and printmaker (b. [[1755]])+*[[1553]] - [[Lucas Cranach the Elder]], German painter and printmaker (b. [[1472]])
*[[1793]] - [[Marie Antoinette]], Queen of France (executed) (b. [[1755]]) *[[1793]] - [[Marie Antoinette]], Queen of France (executed) (b. [[1755]])
*[[1962]] - [[Gaston Bachelard]], French philosopher and poet (b. [[1884]]) *[[1962]] - [[Gaston Bachelard]], French philosopher and poet (b. [[1884]])
*[[1990]] - [[Art Blakey]], American jazz drummer (b. [[1919]]) *[[1990]] - [[Art Blakey]], American jazz drummer (b. [[1919]])
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