Yrjö Soini

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Soini attends the foundation of Kansalaiskorkeakoulu (later University of Tampere), Helsinki 1930.

Yrjö Vilho Soini (17 July 1896, Hattula, Tavastia Proper – 6 February 1975, Helsinki) was a Finnish journalist, novelist and playwright, who used the pen name Agapetus. His humorous works enjoyed wide popularity in Finland during the 20th century and several of them have been adapted into films.