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Mowinckel's First Cabinet

The cabinet in 1924

The Mowinckel's First Cabinet governed Norway between 25 July 1924 and 5 March 1926. It had the following composition:

Cabinet members

Portfolio Minister Period[1] Party
Prime Minister Johan Ludwig Mowinckel Liberal
Minister of Foreign Affairs Johan Ludwig Mowinckel Liberal
Minister of Defence Rolf Jacobsen Liberal
Minister of Finance Arnold Holmboe Liberal
Minister of Trade Lars Olai Meling Liberal
Minister of Labour Ole Monsen Mjelde Liberal
Minister of Justice and the Police Paal Berg Liberal
Minister of Social Affairs Lars Oftedal Liberal
Minister of Agriculture Haakon Martin Five Liberal
Minister of Church and Education Ivar Peterson Tveiten Liberal

Secretary to the Council of State

The title was changed from State Secretary to Secretary to the Council of State on 1 January 1926.

State Secretary Period[1]
Hans Severin Fürst – 1 October 1925
Nicolai Franciscus Leganger 1 January 1926 –
(acting from 1 October 1925)


  • Johan Mowinckel's First Government. 25 July 1924 - 5 March 1926 -


  1. ^ a b Unless otherwise noted, the period was 25 July 1924 - 5 March 1926
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