They died in August 2022

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August 13, 2022

August 2022

August 12 Anne Heche - American actress Aharon Jadlin - Israeli politician, minister of education and culture (1974–1977) Motiullah Khan - Pakistani field hockey player, Olympic champion (1960) Natalia LL - Polish intermedia artist, conceptual artist 11 August Michael Badnarik - American software engineer, politician and commentator Romuald Grząślewicz - Polish actor Manuel Ojeda - Mexican actor Jean-Jacques Sempé - French cartoonist, illustrator, comic book author József Tóth - Hungarian footballer Krzysztof Walonis - Polish basketball player and coach August 10 Mohammad Fahad al-Qahtani - Saudi economist and human rights activist Fernando Chalana - Portuguese footballer and coach Houshang Ebtehaj - Iranian poet Vesa-Matti Loiri - Finnish actor, comedian and musician Andrzej Sassyn - Polish lawyer, social activist and local government activist associated with Warmia, long-term president of the Society of Olsztyn Enthusiasts (1991–2001) August 9 Ibrahim al-Nabulsi - Palestinian terrorist, leader of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades Heinz Behrens - German actor Andrzej Bokiej - Polish Roman Catholic priest, colonel, doctor of theological sciences Raymond Briggs - British author and illustrator of books for children Bohdan Dziemidok - Polish philosopher, prof. dr hab. Ingemar Erlandsson - Swedish footballer Mario Fiorentini - Italian mathematician, spy and partisan during World War II Roman Gren - Polish-French writer, translator, screenwriter and educator of Jewish origin Gene LeBell - American judoka, professional wrestler, stuntman Donald Machholz - American astronomer Przemysław Marzec - Polish radio journalist, war correspondent Alberto Orzan - Italian footballer Koço Ristani - Albanian painter Mikałaj Sluńkou - Belarusian communist activist, leader of the Communist Party of Belarus (1983–1987), secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU (1987–1990) Miles Warren - New Zealand architect August 8 Pēteris Cedriņš - Latvian poet Lamont Dozier - American singer, songwriter and record producer Willi O. Hoffmann - German sports activist, president of the Bayern Munich club Darryl Hunt - English bass guitarist, member of the band The Pogues Stanisława Łozińska - Polish poet Władysław Nasiłowski - Polish doctor, specialist in pathological anatomy and forensic medicine, prof. dr hab. Olivia Newton-John - Australian actress and singer Zofia Posmysz - Polish writer and screenwriter, lady of the Order of the White Eagle Monika Skotnicka - Polish journalist Jozef Tomko - Slovak Roman Catholic priest, archbishop ad personam, general secretary of the Synod of Bishops (1979–1985), cardinal Arnold Willems - Belgian actor August 7 Ezekiel Alebua - Solomon politician, Minister of Foreign Affairs (1981–1982), Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands (1986–1989) Henryk Dziewior - Polish local government official and entrepreneur, Mayor of Katowice (1994–1998) Reinhold Fibic - Polish hockey player Anatoly Filipchenko - Soviet major general in aviation, cosmonaut John Gaillard - South African judge and aviation activist Bill Graham - Canadian politician and lawyer, Minister of Foreign Affairs (2002–2004) and Defense (2004–2006) Eike Christian Hirsch - German journalist, writer Gord Lewis - Canadian guitarist, member of the Teenage Head band Leandro Lo - Brazilian martial arts fighter, eight-time world champion in jiu-jitsu David McCullough - American historian, writer, Pulitzer Prize winner (1993, 2002) Roger E. Mosley - American actor Kazimiera Nogajówna - Polish actress U Myo Thant Pe - Burmese diplomat, Myanmar ambassador to China Józefa Piotrowska-Strigl - Polish journalist Zdzisław Słowiński - Polish actor and singer Iwona Sowińska - Polish cultural and film scholar, dr hab. Koru Tito - Kyribatian Roman clergyman