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*[[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
-*[[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]] - [[Nico]] (born Christa Päffgen; singer-songwriter, fashion model, actress) (d. [[1988]])
* 1938 - [[Carl Gunter Jr]], Louisiana State Representative (d. [[1999]]) * 1938 - [[Carl Gunter Jr]], Louisiana State Representative (d. [[1999]])

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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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