Yesterday's question asked: In 1936, a Jewish journalist and poet entered the assembly hall of The League of Nations in Geneva and shot himself, committing suicide before the entire group. Who was it, and why did he do it? That would be Stefan Lux, who shot himself in an effort to alert world leaders of Germany's increasing antisemitism, expansionism, and militarism.
Congratulations to Ken Walker of the Tampa Bay Times for being the first to answer that correctly! Honorable mentions also go out to Edward Tenner, Kirk Ackerson, Irene DeBlasio, Brock Thatcher, Craig Pittman, Matthew Delman, Francis Hinchey, Carrie Gray, Rachel Roh, Amy Zipkin, Hollywood Highlands, and Claudine Laforce for getting that right, as well.
As for today's question, here it is: What were Lux's last words? Bonus points if you answer in both the language he used and the English translation.
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