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Friedrich Nietzsche 1844: Friedrich Nietzsche
15.10.1844: Friedrich Nietzsche (†25.8.1900)
The German philosopher focussed on the examination of the foundations and motives that form the basis of Western philosophy, art and culture. Nietzsche was a severe critic of religion, a fact that is reflected in his famous words, "God is dead". He propagated the "re-evaluation of all values" and the creation of an "√úbermensch" (superman) instead of traditional Christianity. His major work is the four-volume "Thus Spoke Zarathustra" (1883-1885).
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Who was Margareta Geetruida Zelle, executed on 15 October 1917, better known as?
  Mata Hari
  Joan of Arc
  Princess Margaret
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