Aasmund Halvorsen Vinje

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Aasmund Halvorsen Vinje
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Minister of Agriculture
In office
11 March 1905 6 November 1906
Children Torkell Vinje

Aasmund Halvorsen Vinje (25 July 1851 – 4 December 1917) was a Norwegian farmer, teacher, leader of a police district, civil servant and politician for the Moderate Liberal Party. He served as Minister of Agriculture 1905–1906. [1]

He was mayor of Kopervik from 1884 to 1890 and a member of the Parliament of Norway 1885–1906. [1]

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References

  1. 1 2 Aasmund Halvorsen Vinje Norsk biografisk leksikon , via Store norske leksikon , retrieved 11 April 2013 (in Norwegian)