Armas Äikiä

Journalist, Author

1904 – 1965

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Who was Armas Äikiä?

Armas Äikiä was a Finnish communist writer and journalist. He wrote the Anthem of Karelo-Finnish SSR. A citizen of two countries, who had several collection of poems published in the Soviet Union. Äikiä was one of the few Finnish exile writers and politicians who in the 1930s and 1940s avoided Stalin's terror and forced labour camps. Back in Finland, when the Communist Party was banned, he spent years in prison and wrote defiant poems.

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Born
Mar 14, 1904
Nationality
  • Finland
Profession
Died
Mar 20, 1965
Helsinki

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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