Ernst Trygger

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Ernst Trygger
Ernst Trygger, prime minister of Sweden.jpg
19th Prime Minister of Sweden
In office
19 April 1923 – 18 October 1924
(1 year, 182 days)
MonarchGustaf V
Preceded byHjalmar Branting
Succeeded byHjalmar Branting
Personal details
Born(1857-10-27)27 October 1857
Skeppsholmen, Stockholm, Sweden
Died23 September 1943(1943-09-23) (aged 85)
Stockholm, Sweden
Political partyNational Party
(Conservative)
Spouse(s)Signe Söderström
Alma materUppsala University

Ernst Trygger, born 27 October 1857, dead 23 September 1943, was a Swedish jurist professor and conservative politician. He was the Prime Minister of Sweden from 1923 to 1924[1] He was also the Swedish foreign minister from 1928 to 1930 in the cabinet of Arvid Lindman. He was a member of the first chamber of the Swedish parliament from 1898 to 1937. He was also leader of the conservatives in that chamber from 1913 to 1933.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Sweden" (in Swedish). World Statesmen. Retrieved 22 December 2014.
Preceded by
Hjalmar Branting
Prime Minister of Sweden
1923–1924
Succeeded by
Hjalmar Branting
Preceded by
Eliel Löfgren
Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs
1928–1930
Succeeded by
Fredrik Ramel