|Bahr Halvorsen's First Cabinet|
Cabinet of Norway
Prime Minister Bahr Halvorsen.
|Date formed||21 June 1920|
|Date dissolved||22 June 1921|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Haakon VII of Norway|
|Head of government||Otto Bahr Halvorsen|
|No. of ministers||10|
|Member party|| Conservative Party |
Free-minded Liberal Party
|Status in legislature||Minority|
|Incoming formation||Change of government after crisis|
|Outgoing formation||Government crisis|
|Predecessor||Knudsen's Second Cabinet|
|Successor||Blehr's Second Cabinet|
Bahr Halvorsen's First Cabinet governed Norway between 21 June 1920 and 22 June 1921. The Conservative and Free-minded Liberal Party cabinet was led by Otto Bahr Halvorsen. It had the following composition:
|Portfolio||Minister||Took office||Left office||Party|
| Prime Minister |
Minister of Justice and the Police
|Otto Bahr Halvorsen||21 June 1920||22 June 1921||Conservative|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Christian Fredrik Michelet||21 June 1920||22 June 1921||Conservative|
|Minister of Finance and Customs||Edvard Hagerup Bull||21 June 1920||22 June 1921||Conservative|
|Minister of Defence||Karl Wilhelm Wefring||21 June 1920||22 June 1921||Free-minded|
|Minister of Agriculture||Gunder Anton Jahren||21 June 1920||22 June 1921||Conservative|
|Minister of Education and Church Affairs||Nils Riddervold Jensen||21 June 1920||22 June 1921||Conservative|
|Minister of Trade||Gerdt Henrik M. Bruun||21 June 1920||22 June 1921||Conservative|
|Minister of Labour||Cornelius Middelthon||21 June 1920||22 June 1921||Conservative|
|Minister of Social Affairs||Odd Klingenberg||21 June 1920||22 June 1921||Conservative|
|Minister of Provisioning||Johan Henrik Rye Holmboe||21 June 1920||22 June 1921||Free-minded|
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). 
|State Secretary||Period |
|Nils Otto Hesselberg||21 June 1920 - 1 October 1920|
|Hans Severin Fürst||1 October 1920 - 22 June 1921|
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