Östen Undén

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Östen Undén
Östen Undén - Sveriges styresmän.jpg
Minister for Foreign Affairs
In office
31 July 1945 – 19 September 1961
(16 years, 50 days)
Prime MinisterPer Albin Hansson
Tage Erlander
Preceded byChristian Günther
Succeeded byTorsten Nilsson
In office
18 October 1924 – 7 June 1926
(1 year, 232 days)
Prime MinisterHjalmar Branting
Rickard Sandler
Preceded byErik Marks von Würtemberg
Succeeded byEliel Löfgren
Prime Minister of Sweden
Acting
In office
6 October 1946 – 11 October 1946
(5 days)
MonarchGustaf V
Preceded byPer Albin Hansson
Succeeded byTage Erlander
Personal details
Born(1886-08-25)25 August 1886
Karlstad, Sweden
Died14 January 1974(1974-01-14) (aged 87)
Bromma, Sweden
Political partySocial Democrats

Bo Östen Undén JD (25 August 1886 in Karlstad - 14 January 1974 in Stockholm) was a Swedish academic, civil servant and Social Democratic politician. He was acting Prime Minister of Sweden 6 October 1946 – 11 October 1946 following the death of Per Albin Hansson.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Sweden" (in Swedish). World Statesmen. Retrieved 22 December 2014.
Political offices
Preceded by
Eliel Löfgren
Minister for Justice
1920-1920
Succeeded by
Assar Åkerman
Preceded by
Erik Marks von Würtemberg
Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs
1924–1926
Succeeded by
Eliel Löfgren
Preceded by
Christian Günther
Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs
1945–1962
Succeeded by
Torsten Nilsson
Preceded by
Per Albin Hansson
Acting Prime Minister of Sweden
1946-1946
Succeeded by
Tage Erlander