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Category:François Haverschmidt

Piet Paaltjens 
Dutch poet
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Date of birth14 February 1835
Leeuwarden
François Haverschmidt
Date of death19 January 1894
Schiedam
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  • Piet Paaltjens
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  • Snikken en grimlachjes
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English: François Haverschmidt (February 14, 1835 in Leeuwarden – January 19, 1894 in Schiedam) was a Dutch minister and writer,
who wrote prose under his own name but remains best known for the poetry published under the pen name of Piet Paaltjens.

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