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  • ...e:Jung 1910-rotated.jpg|thumb|right|220px|Jung outside Burghölzli Clinic, Switzerland 1910]] ...writer. He created many [[theory|theories]] and ideas that are still used in [[psychology]] today. Psychology is the [[science]] of how people think and
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  • {{C18 year in topic}} ...an artist in [[Seattle, Washington|Seattle]]'s Magnuson Park, like the one in ''[[2001: A Space Odyssey]]''.
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  • ...riedrich Brecht}};* 11. February 1898 in [[Augsburg]]; † 14. August 1956 in [[Berlin]]) was a [[Germans|German]] [[poet]] and [[dramatist]]. Brecht went to school in [[Augsburg]], where his father was the director of a paper factory.
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  • ...sian language|Russian]], and after he moved to the United States, he wrote in [[English language|English]]. His most famous book is ''[[Lolita]]'', but o ...Europe. In 1945, he became an American citizen. He died in [[Montreux]], [[Switzerland]].
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  • [[File:Albert Einstein Head.jpg|thumb|Albert Einstein in 1947]] ...|isbn=978-981-4277-16-7}}</ref> He received the [[Nobel Prize in Physics]] in 1921 for his theoretical physics. His famous [[equation]] is <math>E = mc^2
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  • [[File:Crassus (13668007863).jpg|thumb|upright|A Roman bust of [[Crassus]] in the [[Louvre]], Paris, France]] ...Gaius, grandson of Gaius, Imperator"). Official name after [[deification]] in 42 {{sc|BC}}: ''Divus Iulius'' ("The Divine Julius").</ref><ref>{{cite book
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  • | death_place =[[Bern]], [[Switzerland]]<ref>https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-45232892 | Kofi Annan, former Annan was born in [[Kumasi]], [[Ghana]], to an elite family. His parents, Henry Reginald and
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  • ...inaugurated]] in [[Constantinople]], setting the model for all later cross-in-square Orthodox [[church]]es. * [[1351]] – [[Zürich Canton|Zürich]] becomes part of [[Switzerland]].
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  • ...coasts of the [[Bristol Channel]] and [[River Severn|Severn]] [[Estuary]] in [[England]], killing around 2,000 people. ...n|assassinate]] [[President (United States)|President]] [[Andrew Jackson]] in the [[United States Capitol]]—the first assassination attempt against a P
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  • ...- Emperor [[Constantius II]] issues a decree closing all [[Pagan]] temples in the [[Roman Empire]]. * [[1600]] - [[Peru]]vian strato[[volcano]] [[Huaynaputina]] explodes in a violent eruption.
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  • ...7]] {{ndash}} The [[Cham]] people conquer the [[Khmer]] city of [[Angkor]] in present-day [[Cambodia]], where the [[Angkor Wat]] temple is located. They * [[1276]] {{ndash}} While taking [[exile]] in [[Fuzhou]] in southern [[China]], away from the advancing [[Mongol]] invaders, the remnan
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  • ...Only leap years have February 29. This date only occurs every four years, in years that can be exactly [[Division (mathematics)|divided]] by 4, such as * [[1712]] – February 29 is followed by [[February 30]] in [[Sweden]], so that they can stop using the [[Swedish calendar]] and return
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  • [[File:Oscar wilde house targhe.JPG|thumb|right|200px|Memorial plaque in [[Dublin]]]] ...refused a [[licence]]. Despite this, Wilde produced four society comedies in the early 1890s, which made him one of the most successful playwrights of l
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  • | caption = Wagner in 1871 | pronunciation = <!--add pronunciation in IPA with template {{IPA-xx|...|lang}}, and replace 'xx' with the ISO639-1 c
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  • | caption = Chaplin in 1919 | death_place = [[Vevey]], [[Vaud]], [[Switzerland]]
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  • [[File:Thomas Mann 1937.jpg|thumb|Thomas Mann in 1937]] '''Paul Thomas Mann''' (born 6 June 1875 in [[Lübeck]]; died 12 August 1955 in [[Zürich City|Zürich]]) was a [[Germany|German]] [[author]].
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  • ...y's [[estate]] in [[Tymoszówka]] in what is today [[Ukraine]]. He studied in [[Berlin]] and [[Warsaw]]. ...ean Sea|Mediterranean]] [[culture]]s. His music during this phase resulted in many of his best known compositions.
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  • ...1995 when he was travelling from [[Tehran]] to [[Zürich City|Zürich]], [[Switzerland]]. [[Category:Cardiovascular disease deaths in Switzerland]]
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  • | death_place = [[Château-d'Oex]], [[Switzerland]] ...me of the movies that he was in include The Pink Panther, Around the World in 80 Days, The guns of Navarone, and Casino Royale.
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  • [[File:Arthur Honegger b Meurisse 1928.jpg|thumb|210px|Arthur Honegger in 1928]] ...ho was born in [[Le Havre]], [[France]] and lived a large part of his life in [[Paris]]. He was a member of the group of composers called [[Les Six]]. Hi
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