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Konow's Cabinet

The Konow's Cabinet was a Norwegian cabinet, formed by a coalition of the Conservative Party and the Liberal Left Party. It was in office from 2 February 1910 to 20 February 1912.

Cabinet members

Portfolio Minister Period[1] Party
Prime Minister Wollert Konow Liberal Left
Minister of Foreign Affairs Johannes Irgens Liberal Left/Conservative
Minister of Defence Karl Sigwald Johannes Bull Conservative
Minister of Labour Bernhard Cornelius Brænne To 11 June 1910 Conservative
Hans Jørgen Darre-Jenssen From 11 June 1910 Liberal Left
Minister of Church and Education Just Knud Qvigstad Conservative
Minister of Trade Sofus Arctander To 11 June 1910 Conservative
Bernhard Cornelius Brænne From 11 June 1910 Liberal Left
Minister of Justice Herman Carsten Johannes Scheel Conservative
Minister of Finance Abraham Berge Liberal Left
Minister of Auditing Wollert Konow Liberal Left
Minister of Agriculture Wollert Konow To 1 March 1910 Liberal Left
Bernt Holtsmark From 1 March 1910 Liberal Left

State Secretary

Not to be confused with the modern title State Secretary. The old title State Secretary, used between 1814 and 1925, is now known as Secretary to the Government (Regjeringsråd).[2]



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