Full name: Aage Hermann
Other name(s): Erik Haagensen, Julie Saabye, Max Wahl
Born: April 5, 1888 in Frederiksberg, Hovedstaden, Denmark
Died: August 29, 1949 in Copenhagen, Hovedstaden, Denmark
Sport: Art Competitions
Danish writer Aage Hermann debuted in 1903 with a poem, and in 1909 with a poem collection as a book. In the years 1912-42 he published a total of eight collections of poetry. Later he turned to children's books under his pseudonyms Erik Haagensen, Julie Saabye and Max Wahl. He then was employed by the state railways, but went on to become a journalist, from 1915 at “Ekstra Bladet”. Later, he joined “BT Sport Magazine” and “Social Democrat”. He was editor of the weekly magazine Sport in 1931-32.
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