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'''Minister Pius Thicknesse''' was a [[Wizardkind|wizard]] and a [[British Ministry of Magic|Ministry of Magic]] official in the mid to late [[1990s]]. During the [[Second Wizarding War]], he became Head of the [[Department of Magical Law Enforcement]] and, later in the War, [[Minister for Magic]] under [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort's]] puppet [[Fall of the Ministry of Magic|regime]] while under the [[Imperius Curse]], and was thus essentially a puppet of Voldemort's himself. He replaced [[Rufus Scrimgeour]], who had been murdered by Voldemort. Thicknesse took part in the [[Battle of Hogwarts|final conflict of the War]] where he fought alongside the [[Death Eaters]], still under their curse. He was ousted from power after [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]]'s defeat and was succeeded by [[Kingsley Shacklebolt]] in his post of Minister for Magic.
 
   
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'''Professor Bathilda Bagshot''' (fl. [[1880s|1881]]–[[1997]]) was a magical historian and the author of ''[[A History of Magic]]'' and approximately ten [[Bathilda Bagshot's books|other books]]. ''A History of Magic'' is used in the [[Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry]] [[History of Magic|class]] of the same name, taught by [[Cuthbert Binns|Professor Binns]]. She lived in [[Godric's Hollow]], and was murdered around [[December]], [[1997]], after which her corpse was animated by [[Tom Riddle|Lord Voldemort]] to contain his snake [[Nagini]].
   
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Bathilda was also the great-aunt of [[Gellert Grindelwald]], the infamous dark wizard who was defeated by [[Albus Dumbledore]].
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Professor Bathilda Bagshot (fl. 18811997) was a magical historian and the author of A History of Magic and approximately ten other books. A History of Magic is used in the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry class of the same name, taught by Professor Binns. She lived in Godric's Hollow, and was murdered around December, 1997, after which her corpse was animated by Lord Voldemort to contain his snake Nagini.

Bathilda was also the great-aunt of Gellert Grindelwald, the infamous dark wizard who was defeated by Albus Dumbledore.

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