Erik Enge

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Else Olsdatter Hoft
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Erik Enge
Leader of the Agrarian Party
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Erik Mathiassen Enge (3 March 1852 26 October 1933) was a Norwegian politician for the Free-minded Liberal Party and later the Agrarian Party. He served as Minister of Agriculture from 1912 to 1913. [2] From 1927 to 1930, he was the leader of the Agrarian Party. Enge was a farmer by profession. [3]

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  1. "Family tree for Erik Mathiassen Enge/Else Olsdatter Gauper" (in Norwegian). 13 May 2020. Retrieved 13 May 2020.
  2. "Register of Persons "Norway's Governments since 1814"". Retrieved 2011-05-11.
  3. "Jens Bratlie's Government". Retrieved 2011-05-11.