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L. L. Zamenhof
[L. L. Zamenhof]
December 15, 1859 - 14 April 14, 1917
Polish physician and oculist Lejzer Ludvig Zamenhof created the international artificial language Esperanto. Working under the pseudonym of Doktoro Esperanto he published a textbook, Lingvo Internacia in 1887. His pseudonym, Esperanto ("[One] who hopes") became the language’s name. Although his name appears on the occasional list of famous freemasons, the National Grand Lodge of Poland has no record of his initiation and there is no documentation to suggest that he was ever a member.
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Source: National Grand Lodge of Poland

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