Peter Seeberg graduated from Haderlev Cathedral school in 1943 and pursued an education as an archaeologist. Together with his authorship was he a museum custodian in Viborg. After his graduation from Haderlev, Seeberg traveled to Berlin and produced nazistic propaganda for the UFA company. However, he cannot be called a racist. Seeberg graduated with a Magister Artium (The Artists Teacher) in 1951 from University of Copenhagen, with a concentration on Friedrich Nietzsche. Seeberg's own life mirrored Nietzsche's life; they both had distant mothers and both their fathers died early. Seeberg's own father was also an author and was a missionary priest. Seeberg's entire family was Christian and according to Seeberg's own journal, was centered on a jealous and vengeful God.
- "Nordic Council Literature Prize. 1983 Peter Seeberg, Denmark: Om fjorten dage". The Nordic Council. Retrieved 1 January 2016.
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