Harry Hodgkinson (writer)
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15 March 1913|
|Died||2 October 1994(aged 81)|
|Occupation||a writer, journalist and naval intelligence officer|
|Known for||Chairman of the Anglo-Albanian Association|
Harry Hodgkinson (15 March 1913 – 2 October 1994), born Kirkham, Lancashire, was a British writer, journalist, naval intelligence officer and expert on the Balkans. He was appointed from 1985 to be a Chairman of the Anglo-Albanian Association.
- West and East of Tito, Gollancz; 1st Edition (1952)
- The Adriatic Sea, Macmillan (1956)
- Skanderbeg, Learning Design; illustrated edition edition (1999), ISBN 978-1-873928-13-4
- "Harry Hodgkinson". United Kingdom: Macmillan. 2008. Retrieved 27 November 2010. "Harry Hodgkinson (1913–1994) was a writer, journalist, naval intelligence officer, Balkan expert and from 1985 Chairman of the Anglo-Albanian Association."
- James Pettifer (2008). "Obituary: Harry Hodgkinson". London, United Kingdom: The Independent. Retrieved 27 November 2010. "throughout his life he fought for the Albanian cause and took up strong anti-Serb and anti-Bulgarian positions"