Famous People Who Died on February 5
Edith Ewing Beale
Military Leader, World Leader / 1935 - 2005Gnassingbé Eyadéma became president of Togo via a bloodless coup to oust President Nicolas Grunitzky and then founded the Assembly of the Togolese People.
Hannah Van Buren
Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Director, Producer, Screenwriter / 1909 - 1993
American producer, director and screenwriter Joseph L. Mankiewicz was known for creating memorable characters. He worked with many major Hollywood stars.
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profile name: Marianne Moore profile occupation: Poet
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