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Harry Mozart Bendixen (13 October 1901 in Copenhagen – 30 December 1954 in Gentofte)[1] was a Danish football (soccer) player and sports journalist. He played 16 games and scored one goal for the Denmark national football team from 1924 to 1928. In club football, he represented Akademisk Boldklub (AB) during his entire career. Harry Bendixen was the author of several popular youth books on different sports.

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Bibliography

  • Laursen, Valdemar, Poul Jensen and Harry Bendixen, "Tre fra Landsholdet", Gyldendal, 1933.
  • Bendixen, Harry, "3-0", Frederik E. Pedersen, 1934.
  • Bendixen, Harry, "6 Dages Løbet", Jespersen og Pio, 1936.
  • Bendixen, Harry, "I det 89. Minut", Jespersen og Pio, 1937.
  • Bendixen, Harry, "Færdig - spring!", Jespersen og Pio, 1937.
  • Bendixen, Harry, "Ringen fri!", Jespersen og Pio, 1939.
  • Bendixen, Harry, "Alt om Fodbold som det bør spilles.", Copenhagen, 1942.

Obituary

G[raae], P[oul], "Dødsfald i bladverdenen", Politiken, November 1, 1954

References

  1. ^ (Danish) Haslund profile

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