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1929: Nobel Prize for Thomas Mann  
On 10 December 1929, Thomas Mann was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.

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The German writer Thomas Mann received the Nobel Prize for Literature on 10 December 1929. Why did he leave Germany?
  He was offered a job in Hollywood
  He moved to Switzerland for health reasons
  His life was in danger as a result of his anti-Fascist stance
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