Ossietzky


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Os·si·etz·ky

 (ŏs′ē-ĕt′skē, ô′sē-), Carl von 1889-1938.
German journalist and pacifist who was imprisoned in the 1930s for exposing Germany's military buildup. He won the 1935 Nobel Peace Prize.

Ossietzky

(ˌɒsɪˈɛtskɪ)
n
(Biography) Carl von (karl fɔn). 1889–1938, German pacifist leader. He was imprisoned for revealing Germany's secret rearmament (1931–32) and again under Hitler (1933–36): Nobel peace prize 1935

Os•si•etz•ky

(ˌɔ siˈɛts ki)

n.
Carl von, 1889–1938, German pacifist leader: Nobel peace prize 1935.
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He was unable to collect his Nobel Prize and became the second winner of it to die in state custody, after Carl von Ossietzky in Germany in 1938.
The last time a Nobel laureate met such a fate was in 1938, when the German pacifist Carl von Ossietzky died in Nazi detention.
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