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- 1492 - Pietro Aretino
- 1807 - Aloysius Bertrand introduced the prose poem into French literature and inspired Symbolist poets.
- 1879 - Paul Poiret, French a couturier based in Paris before the First World War and during the Belle Epoque.
- 1889 - Adolf Hitler, failed artist and leader of Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945.
- 1901 - Michel Leiris, French surrealist writer and ethnographer.
- 1914 - Karel Thole, Dutch painter and illustrator.
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