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Thorkild Jonsson Fjeldsted (Norwegian) or Þorkell Jónsson Fjeldsted (Icelandic) was an Icelandic lawyer who practised law in Copenhagen from 1763 to 1769, and from 1769 to 1772, he was Prime Minister of the Faroe Islands.

Thorkild Grosbøll is a former parish priest in the Church of Denmark. In the early 2000s he received a lot of media attention in Denmark for publicly stating disbelief in an interventionist creator God.

Thorkild Hansen was a Danish novelist most noted for his historical fiction. He is commonly associated with his trilogy about the Danish slave trade including Slavernes øer (1970) for which he received the Nordic Council Literature Prize in 1971.

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