Category:Gunnar Heckscher

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Gunnar Heckscher 
Swedish political scientist and leader of the Rightist Party (Högerpartiet)
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Name in native languageGunnar Heckscher
Date of birth8 July 1909
Djursholm
Date of death24 November 1987
Uppsala
Place of burial
Country of citizenship
Educated at
Occupation
Employer
Member of
  • Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
Member of political party
Position held
  • member of the Riksdag
  • ambassador
  • Substitute of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (1957, 1958)
  • Representative of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (1958, 1966)
Father
Child
  • Sten Heckscher
  • Ivar Heckscher
  • Einar Heckscher
  • Eva Heckscher
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