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-{{Template}}'''Gottfried Benn''' ([[May 2]], [[1886]] – [[July 7]], [[1956]]) was a [[Germany|German]] [[essayist]], [[novelist]] and [[expressionist]] [[poet]]. A doctor of medicine, he became an early admirer, and later a critic, of the [[National Socialist German Workers Party|National Socialist]] revolution. Benn had a literary influence on German verse immediately before and after the [[Third Reich]].+{{Template}}
 +'''Gottfried Benn''' ([[May 2]], [[1886]] – [[July 7]], [[1956]]) was a [[Germany|German]] [[essayist]], [[novelist]] and [[expressionist]] [[poet]]. A doctor of medicine, he became an early admirer, and later a critic, of the [[National Socialist German Workers Party|National Socialist]] revolution. Benn had a literary influence on German verse immediately before and after the [[Third Reich]].
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Gottfried Benn (May 2, 1886July 7, 1956) was a German essayist, novelist and expressionist poet. A doctor of medicine, he became an early admirer, and later a critic, of the National Socialist revolution. Benn had a literary influence on German verse immediately before and after the Third Reich.



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