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Rudolf Steiner #‎Austria

Rudolf Steiner was an ‪#‎Austrian‬ ‪#‎philosopher‬, social reformer and mysticism. He was the founder of the ‪#‎Anthroposophy‬ and the Waldorf education. After the first World War, he published "Aufruf an das deutsche Volk und an die Kulturwelt" in 1919, and advocated the Social threefolding, which suggests increasing the independence of society's three primary realms, economy, politics and culture. In the same year, Steiner also founded the first Waldorf school in Stuttgart, Germany.

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Georges Clemenceau #‎France‬

Georges Clemenceau was a ‪#‎French‬ statesman, and was called "Père la Victoire" (Father Victory) and "Le Tigre" (The Tiger). He served as the Prime Minister of France from 1906 to 1909, during his tenures, he implemented many social policies, such as the weekly rest system, established the Department of Labor, and etc. Clemenceau became the Prime Minister again in 1917, and led the France to the victory.

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Ignacy Jan Paderewski ‪#‎Poland‬

Ignacy Jan Paderewski was a Polish ‪#‎pianist‬‪#‎composer‬ and ‪#‎politician‬. He is considered one of the greatest pianists in the end of the 19th century and the early 20th century. He obtained the explicit inclusion of independent Poland as point 13 in Wilson's peace terms, the Fourteen Points. Paderewski was elected to be the prime minister and foreign minister of Poland in 1919 due to his great contribution to the independence of Poland during World War I.

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