Erik Gustaf Boström

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Erik Gustaf Boström
E G Boström from Hildebrand Sveriges historia.jpg
7th Prime Minister of Sweden
In office
10 July 1891 – 12 September 1900
(9 years, 64 days)
MonarchOscar II
Preceded byGustaf Åkerhielm
Succeeded byFredrik von Otter
In office
5 July 1902 – 13 April 1905
(2 years, 282 days)
MonarchOscar II
Preceded byFredrik von Otter
Succeeded byJohan Ramstedt
Personal details
Born(1842-02-11)11 February 1842
Stockholm, Sweden
Died21 February 1907(1907-02-21) (aged 65)
Stockholm, Sweden
Political partyLantmanna Party
Alma materUppsala University

Erik Gustaf Bernhard Boström, born 11 February 1842, dead 21 February 1907, was a Swedish landowner and politician. He was a member of the Swedish Parliament between 1876 and 1907. He was the longest-serving Prime Minister of Sweden of the 19th century. He served in that office twice, first from 1891 to 1900. Then he served again from 1902 to 1905.[1] He was also known as E.G. Boström or E. Gust. Boström.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Sweden" (in Swedish). World Statesmen. Retrieved 22 December 2014.
Political offices
Preceded by
Gustaf Åkerhielm
Prime Minister of Sweden
1891–1900
Succeeded by
Fredrik von Otter
Preceded by
Fredrik von Otter
Prime Minister of Sweden
1902–1905
Succeeded by
Johan Ramstedt
New title Chairman of the Nobel Foundation
1900-1907
Succeeded by
Fredrik Wachtmeister