Thorleif Kristensen

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Thorleif Kristensen (15 February 1916 6 June 1997) was a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party.

He served as a deputy representative to the Norwegian Parliament from Østfold during the term 19651969.

Østfold County (fylke) of Norway

Østfold[²œstfɔl](listen) is a county in southeastern Norway, bordering Akershus and southwestern Sweden, while Buskerud and Vestfold are on the other side of Oslofjord. The county's administrative seat is Sarpsborg.

Kristensen was born in Moss and was a member of Moss city council during the term 19591963.

Moss, Norway Municipality in Østfold, Norway

Moss  is a coastal town and a municipality in Østfold county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Moss. The city of Moss was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838. The rural municipality of Jeløy was merged with the city on 1 July 1943.

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