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      Friedrich Gustav Emil Martin Niemöller (German:
      14 January 1892 6 March 1984) was a German anti-Nazi theologian
      [1] and Lutheran pastor. He is best known for his statement "First they came ...".
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      Although he was a national conservative and initially a supporter of Adolf Hitler,
      [2] he became one of the founders of the Confessional Church, which opposed the nazification of German Protestant churches.
     
      He vehemently opposed the Nazis' Aryan Paragraph,[3] but made remarks about Jews that some scholars have called antisemitic.[4]
     
      For his opposition to the Nazis' state control of the churches, Niemöller was imprisoned in Sachsenhausen and Dachau concentration camps from 1937 to 1945.[5][6]
     
      He narrowly escaped execution and survived imprisonment.
     
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      After his imprisonment, he expressed his deep regret about not having done enough to help the victims of the Nazis.[3] He turned away from his earlier nationalistic beliefs and was one of the initiators of the Stuttgart Declaration of Guilt.[3] From the 1950s on, he was a vocal pacifist and anti-war activist, and vice-chair of War Resisters' International from 1966 to 1972.[7] He met with Ho Chi Minh during the Vietnam War and was a committed campaigner for nuclear disarmament.
     
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      1892 1984.
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