Anker Jørgensen

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Anker Jørgensen
Prime Minister of Denmark
In office
5 October 1972 – 19 December 1973
Monarch Margrethe II
Preceded by Jens Otto Krag
Succeeded by Poul Hartling
In office
13 February 1975 – 10 September 1982
Monarch Margrethe II
Preceded by Poul Hartling
Succeeded by Poul Schlüter
Personal details
Born 13 July 1922 (1922-07-13) (age 92)
Copenhagen
Political party Social Democrats
Spouse(s) Ingrid Pedersen
Children 4
Religion Lutheran

Anker Henrik Jørgensen (born 13 July 1922) is a Danish politician. He served as the Prime Minister of Denmark from 1972 to 1973, then again from 1975 to 1982. He was also the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Jørgensen was born on 13 July 1922 in Copenhagen.[1]

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