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Felix Moscheles

Rose to popularity as the Initial President from the London Esperanto Membership. He was a pacifist and an internationalist. His paintings had been seen throughout Paris, Antwerp, and London. He was leader from the International Arbitration and Peacefulness Association and produced grand overtures on the Hague to hash out some type of worldwide dispute protocols. His dad was the pianist and music instructor Ignaz Moscheles. He was called after his godfather Felix Mendelssohn. His advocacy of Esperanto under no circumstances captured on with mainstream lifestyle. It did, nevertheless, serve as the principal language spoken with the cast from the 1966 horror film “Incubus” starring William Shatner.

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