Henrik Tikkanen

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Georg Henrik Tikkanen (9 September 1924, Helsinki – 19 May 1984) was a Finnish author, known primarily for anti-war literature. Several of his works are either autobiographical or semi-autobiographical. Though Finnish, he published primarily in his mother tongue, Swedish. He was born and lived much of his life in Helsinki, and died of leukemia in Espoo. He was married to the Finnish writer Märta Tikkanen.

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  • Brändövägen 8 Brändö. Tel 35 1975
  • Bävervägen 11 Hertonäs 1976
  • Mariegatan 26 Kronohagen 1977
  • 30-åriga kriget 1977
  • Efter hjältedöden 1979
  • Georgsgatan 1980
  • Henriksgatan 1982

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