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== Art and culture == == Art and culture ==
 +* [[456]] - [[Magister militum]] [[Ricimer]] defeats the Emperor [[Avitus]] at [[Piacenza]] and becomes master of the western [[Roman Empire]].
 +*[[1775]] - [[Portland, Maine]] burned by the [[United Kingdom|British]].
 +*[[1780]] - [[Royalton, Vermont]] and [[Tunbridge, Vermont]] last major raid of the [[Revolutionary War|American Revolutionary War]].
 +*[[1781]] - [[George Washington]] captures [[Yorktown, Virginia]].
 +*[[1793]] - [[Marie Antoinette]], wife of [[Louis XVI of France|Louis XVI]] is [[guillotine]]d at the height of the [[French Revolution]].
 +* 1793 - [[Battle of Wattignies (1793)|Battle of Wattignies]].
 +*[[1813]] - The [[Sixth Coalition]] attacks [[Napoleon I of France|Napoleon Bonaparte]] in the [[Battle of Leipzig]].
 +*[[1834]] - Much of the ancient structures of the [[Palace of Westminster]] in [[London]] is burnt down.
 +*[[1841]] - [[Queen's University, Canada|Queen's University]] is founded in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
 +*[[1843]] - [[William Rowan Hamilton|Sir William Rowan Hamilton]] comes up with the idea of [[quaternion]]s, a [[commutative|non-commutative]] extension of [[complex number]]s.
 +*[[1859]] - [[John Brown (abolitionist)|John Brown]] leads raid on [[Harper's Ferry, West Virginia]]
 +*[[1869]] - [[Cardiff Giant]], one of the most famous American hoaxes, is discovered.
 +* 1869 - [[England]]'s first residential college for women, [[Girton College, Cambridge]], is founded.
 +*[[1875]] - [[Brigham Young University]] is founded in [[Provo]], [[Utah]].
 +*[[1882]] - The [[New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad|Nickel Plate Railroad]] opens for business.
 +*[[1905]] - The [[Partition of Bengal (1905)|Partition of Bengal]] (India) occurred.
 +*[[1906]] - The [[Wilhelm Voigt|Captain of Köpenick]] fools the [[City hall (administration)|city hall]] of [[Köpenick]] and several soldiers by impersonating a [[Prussia]]n officer.
 +*[[1916]] - [[Margaret Sanger]] founds [[Planned Parenthood]] by opening the first U.S. birth control clinic.
 +*[[1923]] - [[The Walt Disney Company]] is founded by [[Walt Disney]] and his brother, [[Roy Disney]].
 +*[[1934]] - [[China|Chinese]] [[Communism|Communists]] begin the [[Long March]]; it ended a year and four days later, by which time [[Mao Zedong]] had regained his title as party chairman.
 +*[[1939]] - [[World War II]]: First attack on British territory by German [[Luftwaffe]].
 +*[[1940]] - [[Benjamin O. Davis Sr.]] named first [[African American]] general in the [[United States Army]].
 +* 1940 - [[Warsaw Ghetto]] established.
 +*[[1944]] - First flight of the [[Junkers (Aircraft)|Junkers]] [[Junkers Ju 287|Ju 287]].
 +*[[1945]] - The [[Food and Agriculture Organization]] was founded in [[Quebec City]], [[Canada]].
 +*[[1946]] - Ten war criminals of the [[World War II|Second World War]], condemned in the [[Nuremberg trials]] are hanged.
 +*[[1949]] - [[Nikolaos Zachariadis]], leader of the [[Communist Party of Greece]], announces a "temporary cease-fire", effectively ending the [[Greek Civil War]].
 +*[[1951]] - The first [[Prime Minister of Pakistan]], [[Liaquat Ali Khan]], is [[assassin]]ated in [[Rawalpindi]].
 +*[[1961]] - [[Cork Airport]] opened in Ireland.
 +*[[1962]] - [[Cuban Missile Crisis]] between the [[United States]] and [[Cuba]] began.
 +*[[1964]] - [[People's Republic of China]] detonates its first [[nuclear weapon]].
 +*[[1968]] - [[United States]] athletes [[Tommie Smith]] and [[John Carlos]] are kicked out of the USA's team for performing a [[Black Power]] salute during a medal ceremony.
 +* 1968 - [[Kingston, Jamaica]] is rocked by the [[Rodney Riots]], inspired by the barring of [[Walter Rodney]] from the country.
 +*[[1969]] - [[United States]] - The "miracle" [[New York Mets]] win the [[World Series]], defeating the [[Baltimore Orioles]] 4 games to 1.
 +*[[1970]] - [[Canada]] - In response to the [[October Crisis]] terrorist kidnapping, [[Prime Minister]] [[Pierre Trudeau]] invokes the [[War Measures Act]].
 +*[[1972]] - ''[[Rainbow (television)|Rainbow]]'', a [[United Kingdom|British]] [[television]] programme for children, debuts. ''[[Emmerdale]]'', the UK soap opera debuts.
 +*[[1973]] - [[Henry Kissinger]] and [[Le Duc Tho]] are awarded the [[Nobel Peace Prize]].
 +*[[1975]] - The [[Balibo Five]], a group of [[Australia]]n [[television]] [[journalist]]s based in the town of [[Balibo]] in the then [[Portuguese Timor]] (now [[East Timor]]), are killed by [[Indonesia]]n troops.
 +*[[1978]] - Karol Józef Wojtyła becomes [[Pope John Paul II]].
 +*[[1984]] - [[Desmond Tutu]] is awarded the [[Nobel Peace Prize]]. Professional Wrestler [[Shawn Michaels]] made his debut.
 +*[[1987]] - [[Great Storm of 1987]]: [[hurricane]] force winds to hit much of the [[South England|South of England]] killing 23 people.
 +*[[1991]] - [[Luby's massacre]]: [[George Hennard]] runs amok in [[Killeen, Texas|Killeen]], [[Texas]], killing 23 and wounding 20 in Luby's Cafeteria.
 +* 1991 - [[Jharkhand Chhatra Yuva Morcha]] is founded at a conference in [[Ranchi]], [[India]].
 +*[[1995]] - The [[Million Man March]] occurs in [[Washington, DC]].
 +*[[1996]] - Eighty-four people are killed and more than 180 injured as 47,000 [[football]] fans attempt to squeeze into the 36,000-seat ''[[Estadio Mateo Flores]]'' in [[Guatemala City]].
 +*[[2002]] - [[Bibliotheca Alexandrina]] in the [[Egypt]]ian city of [[Alexandria]], a commemoration of the [[Library of Alexandria]] that was lost in [[Classical antiquity|antiquity]], is officially inaugurated.
 +*[[2002]] - [[Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution of 2002]], was signed into law by President [[George W. Bush]].
== Births == == Births ==
-== Deaths ==+*[[1396]] - [[William de la Pole, 1st Duke of Suffolk]], English soldier (d. [[1450]])
 +*[[1430]] - King [[James II of Scotland]] (d. [[1460]])
 +*[[1483]] - [[Gasparo Contarini]], Italian diplomat and cardinal (d. [[1542]])
 +*[[1535]] - [[Niwa Nagahide]], Japanese warlord (d. [[1585]])
 +*[[1663]] - [[Prince Eugene of Savoy]], French-born Austrian general (d. [[1736]])
 +*[[1710]] - [[Andreas Hadik]], Austro-Hungarian general (d. [[1790]])
 +*[[1714]] - [[Giovanni Arduino]], Italian geologist (d. [[1795]])
 +*[[1726]] - [[Daniel Chodowiecki]], Polish painter (d. [[1801]])
 +*[[1752]] - [[Johann Gottfried Eichhorn]], German theologian (d. [[1827]])
 +*[[1754]] - [[Morgan Lewis]], Governor of New York (1804-07) (d. [[1844]])
 +*[[1758]] - [[Noah Webster]], American lexicographer (d. [[1843]])
 +*[[1762]] - [[Paul Hamilton]], Governor of [[South Carolina]] (1804-06) and U.S. Secretary of Navy (1809-12) (d. [[1816]])
 +*[[1789]] - [[William Burton]], Governor of [[Delaware]] (1859-63) (d. [[1866]])
 +*[[1802]] - [[Isaac Murphy]], Governor of [[Arkansas]] (1864-68) (d. [[1882]])
 +*[[1806]] - [[William Pitt Fessenden]], U.S. Secretary of Treasury (1864-65) (d. [[1869]])
 +*[[1815]] - [[Francis Lubbock]], Governor of Texas (d. [[1905]])
 +*[[1819]] - [[Austin F. Pike]], American politician from New Hampshire (d. [[1886]])
 +*[[1840]] - [[Kuroda Kiyotaka]], [[Prime Minister of Japan]] (d. [[1900]])
 +*[[1841]] - Prince [[Hirobumi Ito]], Japanese governor of Korea (d. [[1909]])
 +*[[1854]] - [[Oscar Wilde]], Irish writer (d. [[1900]])
 +* 1854 - [[Karl Kautsky]], Marxist theoretician (d. [[1938]])
 +*[[1855]] - [[Samedbey Mehmandarov]], Russian general (d. [[1931]])
 +*[[1861]] - [[J. B. Bury]], Irish historian (d. [[1927]])
 +*[[1863]] - [[Austen Chamberlain]], English statesman, recipient of the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] (d. [[1937]])
 +*[[1878]] - [[Maxey Long]], American athlete (d. [[1959]])
 +*[[1886]] - [[David Ben-Gurion]], first [[Prime Minister of Israel]] (d. [[1973]])
 +*[[1888]] - [[Eugene O'Neill]], American writer, [[Nobel Prize in Literature|Nobel Prize]] laureate (d. [[1953]])
 +* 1888 - [[Paul Popenoe]], American activist (d. [[1979]])
 +*[[1890]] - [[Michael Collins (Irish leader)|Michael Collins]], Irish patriot (d. [[1922]])
 +* 1890 - [[Paul Strand]], American photographer (d. [[1975]])
 +*[[1897]] - [[Louis de Cazenave]], France's oldest living man
 +*[[1898]] - [[William O. Douglas]], U.S. Supreme Court Justice (d. [[1980]])
 +*[[1900]] - [[Edward Ardizzone]], artist and illustrator (d. [[1979]])
 +* 1900 - [[Primo Conti]], Italian painter (d. [[1988]])
 +*[[1903]] - [[Cecile de Brunhoff]], French storyteller (d. [[2003]])
 +*[[1908]] - [[Enver Hoxha]], Albanian dictator (d. [[1985]])
 +*[[1914]] - [[Mohammed Zahir Shah]], [[King of Afghanistan]] (d. [[2007]])
 +*[[1917]] - [[Alice Pearce]], American actress (d. [[1966]])
 +*[[1918]] - [[Louis Althusser]], French Marxist philosopher (d. [[1990]])
 +*[[1919]] - [[Kathleen Winsor]], American writer (d. [[2003]])
 +*[[1922]] - [[Max Bygraves]], English singer/songwriter
 +* 1922 - [[Leon Sullivan]], American civil rights leader and pastor (d. [[2001]])
 +*[[1923]] - [[Bert Kaempfert]], German orchestra leader and songwriter (d. [[1980]])
 +* 1923 - [[Linda Darnell]], American film actress (d. [[1965]])
 +*[[1925]] - [[Angela Lansbury]], English-born actress
 +*[[1927]] - [[Günter Grass]], German writer, [[Nobel Prize in Literature|Nobel Prize]] laureate
 +*[[1928]] - [[Mary Daly]], American feminist
 +* 1928 - [[Fernanda Montenegro]], Brazilian actress
 +* 1928 - [[Ann Morgan Guilbert]], American actress
 +*[[1930]] - [[Carmen Sevilla]], Spanish actress
 +*[[1931]] - [[Charles Colson]], American Watergate conspirator
 +* 1931 - [[James Chace]], American historian (d. [[2004]])
 +*[[1934]] - [[Peter Ashdown]], British racing driver
 +*[[1936]] - [[Andrei Chikatilo]], Russian serial killer (d. [[1994]])
 +* 1936 - [[Akira Machida]], Japanese judge
 +* 1936 - [[Peter Bowles]], English actor
 +*[[1938]] - [[Nico]] (born Christa Päffgen; singer-songwriter, fashion model, actress) (d. [[1988]])
 +* 1938 - [[Carl Gunter Jr]], Louisiana State Representative (d. [[1999]])
 +*[[1940]] - [[Barry Corbin]], American actor
 +* 1940 - [[Dave DeBusschere]], American basketball player (d. [[2003]])
 +*[[1941]] - [[Tim McCarver]], baseball player and commentator
 +*[[1943]] - [[Fred Turner (musician)|Fred Turner]], Canadian bass player ([[Bachman-Turner Overdrive]])
 +*[[1946]] - [[Suzanne Somers]], American actress
 +*[[1947]] - [[Terry Griffiths]], Welsh snooker player
 +* 1947 - [[Bob Weir]], American musician ([[Grateful Dead]])
 +* 1947 - [[David Zucker]], American film director
 +*[[1948]] - [[Leo Mazzone]], American baseball coach
 +*[[1952]] - [[Boogie Mosson]], American musician ([[P Funk]])
 +* 1952 - [[Ron Taylor (actor)|Ron Taylor]], American actor (d. [[2002]])
 +*[[1953]] - [[Paulo Roberto Falcão]], Brazilian footballer
 +* 1953 - [[Tony Carey]], American-born rock keyboardist, producer ([[Rainbow (band)|Rainbow]], [[Planet P Project]])
 +*[[1954]] - [[Stephen Mellor]], American actor
 +*[[1956]] - [[Johnny Chavis]], American football coach
 +*[[1958]] - [[Tim Robbins]], American actor, director, and writer
 +* 1958 - [[Eleftheria Arvanitaki]], Greek singer
 +*[[1959]] - [[Gary Kemp]], British musician and actor
 +* 1959 - [[Erkki-Sven Tüür]], Estonian composer
 +* 1959 - [[Brian Harper]], baseball player
 +*[[1960]] - [[Bob Mould]], American musician
 +*[[1961]] - [[Randy Vasquez]], American actor
 +* 1961 - [[Marc Levy]], French novelist
 +*[[1962]] - [[Michael Balzary|Flea]], Australian musician ([[Red Hot Chili Peppers]])
 +* 1962 - [[Manute Bol]], [[Sudanese]]-born basketball player for the [[National Basketball Association|NBA]]
 +* 1962 - [[Dmitri Hvorostovsky]], Russian baritone
 +*[[1965]] - [[Steve Lamacq]], British journalist and disc jockey
 +*[[1967]] - [[Davina McCall]], British television presenter
 +* 1967 - [[Tom Monaghan]], founder of Dominos pizza
 +*[[1968]] - [[Randall Batinkoff]], American actor
 +* 1968 - [[Elsa Zylberstein]], French actress
 +*[[1969]] - [[Wendy Wilson]], American pop singer ([[Wilson Phillips]])
 +* 1969 - [[Roy Hargrove]], American [[jazz]] trumpeter.
 +*[[1970]] - [[Mehmet Scholl]], German footballer
 +* 1970 - [[Kazuyuki Fujita]], Japanese professional wrestler and mixed martial arts fighter
 +*[[1972]] - [[Tomas Lindberg]], Swedish musician ([[At the Gates]])
 +* 1972 - [[Darius Kasparaitis]], [[National Hockey League]] player
 +*[[1973]] - [[Chad Gray]], American singer ([[Mudvayne]])
 +* 1973 - [[Peter Polaco]], American professional wrestler
 +* 1973 - [[David Unsworth]], English professional footballer
 +*[[1974]] - [[Paul Kariya]], Canadian hockey player
 +* 1974 - [[Deo Grech]], Maltese television presenter, songwriter
 +*[[1975]] - [[Kellie Martin]], American actress
 +* 1975 - [[Brynjar Gunnarsson]], Icelandic footballer
 +* 1975 - [[Jacques Kallis]], South African cricketer
 +*[[1976]] - [[Ryan Fitzgerald]], Australian football (AFL) player and media personality
 +*[[1977]] - [[John Mayer (musician)|John Mayer]], American musician
 +* 1977 - [[Jon Heder]], American actor and filmmaker
 +*[[1979]] - [[Erin Brown]], [[B-movie]] actress, model, filmmaker, former softcore erotic actress, and musician
 +*[[1980]] - [[Sue Bird]], American basketball player
 +* 1980 - [[Timana Tahu]], Australian Rugby League player
 +*[[1981]] - [[Anthony Reyes]], starting pitcher for the [[St. Louis Cardinals]]
 +*[[1982]] - [[Vincy Chan]], Hong Kong singer
 +* 1982 - [[Frédéric Michalak]], French rugby player
 +*[[1984]] - [[Melissa Lauren]], French [[pornographic actress]]
 +* 1984 - [[Shayne Ward]], UK singer, winner of ''[[The X Factor (TV series)|The X Factor]]'', [[The X Factor (UK series 2)|series 2005]]
 +*[[1985]] - [[Casey Stoner]], Australian [[MotoGP|motorcycle racer]]
 +*[[1988]] - [[Zoltán Stieber]], Hungarian footballer
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 +==Deaths==
 +*[[1355]] - [[Louis of Sicily|Louis]], [[King of Sicily]], felled by the [[Black Death]]
 +*[[1553]] - [[Lucas Cranach the Elder]], German painter (b. [[1472]])
 +*[[1555]] - [[Hugh Latimer]], English Protestant (martyred)
 +* 1555 - [[Nicholas Ridley (martyr)|Nicholas Ridley]], English Protestant (martyred)
 +*[[1591]] - [[Pope Gregory XIV]] (b. [[1535]])
 +*[[1594]] - [[William Cardinal Allen]], English Catholic cardinal (b. [[1532]])
 +*[[1621]] - [[Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck]], Dutch composer (b. [[1562]])
 +*[[1628]] - [[François de Malherbe]], French poet and critic (b. [[1555]])
 +*[[1649]] - [[Isaac van Ostade]], Dutch painter (b. [[1621]])
 +*[[1655]] - [[Joseph Solomon Delmedigo]], Italian physician, mathematician, and music theorist (b. [[1591]])
 +*[[1680]] - [[Raimondo Montecuccoli]], Italian-Austrian general (b. [[1608]] or [[1609]])
 +*[[1750]] - [[Sylvius Leopold Weiss]], German composer and lutenist (b. [[1687]])
 +*[[1755]] - [[Saint Gerard Majella]], [[Roman Catholic|Catholic]] [[saint]] (b. [[1725]])
 +*[[1781]] - [[Edward Hawke, 1st Baron Hawke]], British naval officer (b. [[1705]])
 +*[[1791]] - [[Grigori Alexandrovich Potemkin]], Russian general and statesman (b. [[1739]])
 +*[[1793]] - [[Marie Antoinette]], Queen of France (executed) (b. [[1755]])
 +*[[1796]] - [[Victor Amadeus III of Savoy]] (b. [[1726]])
 +*[[1810]] - [[Nachman of Breslov]], founder of [[Breslov (Hasidic dynasty)|Breslov Hasidut]] (b. [[1772]])
 +*[[1865]] - [[Andrés Bello]], Venezuelan poet, lawmaker, philosopher, and sociologist (b. [[1781]])
 +*[[1877]] - [[Theodore Barrière]], French dramatist (b. [[1823]])
 +*[[1888]] - [[John Wentworth (mayor)|John Wentworth]], Mayor of Chicago (b. [[1815]])
 +*[[1893]] - [[Patrice MacMahon, duc de Magenta]], President of France (b. [[1808]])
 +*[[1909]] - [[Jakub Bart-Ćišinski]], Sorbian writer (b. [[1856]])
 +*[[1937]] - [[Jean de Brunhoff]], French writer (b. [[1899]])
 +*[[1946]] - Nuremberg trial executions
 +** [[Hans Frank]], German war criminal (b. [[1900]])
 +** [[Wilhelm Frick]], German war criminal (b. [[1877]])
 +** [[Alfred Jodl]], German military officer (b. [[1890]])
 +** [[Ernst Kaltenbrunner]], Austrian SS officer (b. [[1903]])
 +** [[Wilhelm Keitel]], German military officer (b. [[1882]])
 +** [[Joachim von Ribbentrop]], German politician (b. [[1893]])
 +** [[Alfred Rosenberg]], Nazi ideologist (b. [[1893]])
 +** [[Fritz Sauckel]], German war criminal (b. [[1894]])
 +** [[Arthur Seyss-Inquart]], Austrian Nazi leader (b. [[1892]])
 +** [[Julius Streicher]], German propagandist (b. [[1887]])
 +*[[1956]] - [[Jules Rimet]], president of FIFA (b. [[1873]])
 +*[[1959]] - [[George Marshall]], [[United States Secretary of State]], [[Nobel Peace Prize|Nobel laureate]] (b. [[1880]])
 +*[[1962]] - [[Gaston Bachelard]], French philosopher and poet (b. [[1884]])
 +*[[1966]] - [[George O'Hara (actor)|George O'Hara]], American actor (b. [[1899]])
 +*[[1968]] - [[Ellis Kinder]], baseball player (b. [[1914]])
 +*[[1972]] - [[Hale Boggs]], U.S. Congressman from Louisiana (b. [[1914]])
 +* 1972 - [[Leo G. Carroll]], English actor (b. [[1892]])
 +*[[1973]] - [[Gene Krupa]], American musician (b. [[1909]])
 +*[[1974]] - [[Chembai Vaidyanatha Bhagavatar]], noted [[Carnatic music|Carnatic]] [[musician]] (b. [[1895]])
 +*[[1978]] - [[Dan Dailey]], American actor (b. [[1913]])
 +*[[1979]] - [[Johan Borgen]], Norwegian author (b. [[1903]])
 +*[[1981]] - [[Moshe Dayan]], Israeli general (b. [[1915]])
 +*[[1982]] - [[Mario del Monaco]], Italian tenor (b. [[1915]])
 +*[[1983]] - [[Jakov Gotovac]], Croatian composer (b. [[1895]])
 +* 1983 - [[Kelso (horse)|Kelso]], American racehorse (b. [[1957]])
 +*[[1986]] - [[Arthur Grumiaux]], Belgian violinist (b. [[1921]])
 +*[[1989]] - [[Cornel Wilde]], American actor (b. [[1915]])
 +*[[1990]] - [[Jorge Bolet]], Cuban-American classical pianist (b. [[1914]])
 +* 1990 - [[Art Blakey]], American jazz drummer (b. [[1919]])
 +*[[1992]] - [[Shirley Booth]], American actress (b. [[1898]])
 +*[[1996]] - [[Eric Malpass]], English novelist (b. [[1910]])
 +* 1996 - [[Jason Bernard]], American actor (b. [[1938]])
 +*[[1997]] - [[James Michener]], American writer (b. [[1907]])
 +* 1997 - [[Audra Lindley]], American actress (b. [[1918]])
 +*[[1998]] - [[Jon Postel]], American Internet pioneer (b. [[1943]])
 +*[[1999]] - [[Jean Shepherd]], American writer and actor (b. [[1921]])
 +*[[2000]] - [[Mel Carnahan]], American politician (b. [[1934]])
 +*[[2002]] - [[Angela Dawson]], American murder victim
 +*[[2003]] - [[Avni Arbas]], Turkish artist (b. [[1919]])
 +* 2003 - [[Stu Hart]], Canadian professional wrestler (b. [[1915]])
 +* 2003 - [[László Papp]], Hungarian boxer (b. [[1926]])
 +*[[2004]] - [[Pierre Salinger]], [[John F. Kennedy]]'s White House Press Secretary (b. [[1925]])
 +*[[2005]] - [[Elmer Dresslar, Jr.|"Len" Dresslar]], American singer and voice actor (b. [[1925]])
 +* 2005 - [[David Reilly]], American singer ([[God Lives Underwater]]) (b. [[1971]])
 +*[[2006]] - [[Valentín Paniagua Corazao]], Ex President of [[Peru]] (b. [[1936]])
 +* 2006 - [[Ross Davidson]], British actor (b. [[1949]])
 +* 2006 - [[Tommy Johnson (session musician)|Tommy Johnson]], American tubist (b. [[1935]])
 +* 2006 - [[Lister Sinclair]], Canadian broadcaster and playwright (b. [[1921]])
 + 
== Notes == == Notes ==
# Gaston Bachelard # Gaston Bachelard

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Notes

  1. Gaston Bachelard
  2. Oscar Wilde
  3. Louis Althusser
  4. Nico
  5. Art Blakey
  6. Häxan
  7. Andrzej Munk
  8. Repetition (Kierkegaard)
  9. Paul Strand
  • Arnold Böcklin





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