Gunder Anton Jahren
|Minister of Agriculture|
21 June 1920 –22 June 1921
|Prime Minister||Otto B. Halvorsen|
|Preceded by||Håkon Five|
|Succeeded by||Martin Olsen Nalum|
|President of the Storting|
1 January 1925 –31 December 1927
|Prime Minister|| J. L. Mowinckel |
|Preceded by||Ivar Lykke |
Otto B. Halvorsen
|Succeeded by||C. J. Hambro|
|President of the Lagting|
1 January 1922 –31 December 1926
|Preceded by||Magnus Nilssen|
|Succeeded by||Helge Nilsen Thune|
1 January 1909 –31 December 1912
|Preceded by||Thore Torkildsen Foss|
|Succeeded by||Andreas Andersen Grimsø|
Gunder Anton Johannessen Jahren
8 August 1858
Rakkestad,Østfold,United Kingdoms of Sweden and Norway
|Died||20 May 1933 74) (aged|
|Spouse(s)||Lisa Georgine Hansdatter Bjørneby (m. 1888)|
|Children||Several (uncertain how many)|
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