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Arthur Henry Eugen Nordlie (2 February 1883 in Oslo 7 January 1965) was a Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party.

He was elected to the Norwegian Parliament from Oslo in 1928, and was re-elected on three occasions. He had previously served in the position of deputy representative during the term 19251927.

Nordlie was a member of Oslo city council from 1919 to 1940, as well as for a period after the German occupation of Norway.

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Preceded by Chairman of the Norwegian Conservative Party
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