Irmgard Möller

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Irmgard Möller (born 13 May 1947) is a former member of the German terrorist group the Red Army Faction (RAF). Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Irmgard Möller has received more than 115,473 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Irmgard Möller is the 165th most popular extremist (down from 145th in 2019), the 3,527th most popular biography from Germany (down from 2,802nd in 2019) and the 15th most popular German Extremist.

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Among extremists, Irmgard Möller ranks 165 out of 205. Before her are Ernst Zündel, Abu Ayyub al-Masri, John Bodkin Adams, Viktor Bout, Howard Marks, and Mary Surratt. After her are Peter Sutcliffe, Alexander Pichushkin, Stuart Christie, Dick Turpin, Dennis Nilsen, and John List.

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Among people born in 1947, Irmgard Möller ranks 356Before her are Terje Rypdal, Benoît Jacquot, Dave Alexander, David Mamet, Kiki Dee, and Michèle Torr. After her are Coline Serreau, Rémi Brague, İlber Ortaylı, Pia Kjærsgaard, Yuri Semin, and Tiit Vähi.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Irmgard Möller ranks 3,527 out of 5,289. Before her are Emil Julius Gumbel (1891), Joseph Helffrich (1890), Peter Gay (1923), Otto Jahn (1813), Heinrich Gelzer (1847), and Johannes Wislicenus (1835). After her are Norbert Lammert (1948), Ernst Hoppenberg (1878), Emilie Snethlage (1868), Gustav Mie (1868), Albert Kahn (1869), and Johann Friedrich Klotzsch (1805).

Among EXTREMISTS In Germany

Among extremists born in Germany, Irmgard Möller ranks 15Before her are Friedrich Jeckeln (1895), Oskar Gröning (1921), Johann Rattenhuber (1897), Armin Meiwes (1961), Brigitte Mohnhaupt (1949), and Ernst Zündel (1939).