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-{{Template}}+{{Template}}'''Lion Feuchtwanger''' (pseudonym: '''J.L. Wetcheek''') ([[7 July]] [[1884]] - [[21 December]] [[1958]]) was a [[Germany|German]]-[[Jew]]ish [[novelist]] who was imprisoned in a [[France|French]] [[internment camp]] in [[Camp des Milles|Les Milles]] and later escaped to [[Los Angeles, California|Los Angeles]] with the help of his wife, Marta.
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Lion Feuchtwanger (pseudonym: J.L. Wetcheek) (7 July 1884 - 21 December 1958) was a German-Jewish novelist who was imprisoned in a French internment camp in Les Milles and later escaped to Los Angeles with the help of his wife, Marta.




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