|Minister of the Environment|
18 October 1972 –5 March 1973
|Prime Minister||Lars Korvald|
|Preceded by||Olav Gjærevoll|
|Succeeded by||Helga Gitmark|
|Member of the Norwegian Parliament|
1 January 1958 –30 September 1961
|Deputy Member of the Norwegian Parliament|
4 December 1945 –31 December 1953
|Born||18 March 1914|
|Died||10 December 1998 84)(aged|
Trygve Haugeland (18 March 1914 – 10 December 1998) was a Norwegian politician for the Centre Party.
He was born in Lyngdal.
He was elected to the Norwegian Parliament from Vest-Agder in 1958, but was not re-elected in 1961. He had previously served in the position of deputy representative during the terms 1945–1949 and 1950–1953.
He was the Minister of the Environment in 1972–1973 during the cabinet Korvald. He left the post seven months before the tenure of the cabinet ended.
On the local level he was member of Lyngdal municipality council from 1945 to 1955, serving as deputy mayor from 1947.
Lyngdal (help·info) is a municipality in Agder county, Norway. It is located in the traditional district of Lister. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Alleen. Some of the main villages in Lyngdal include Austad, Byremo, Fleseland, Hæåk, Konsmo, Korshamn, Kvås, Skomrak, Svenevik, and Vivlemo.
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Haugeland may refer to:
Kvås is a former municipality that was located in the old Vest-Agder county in Norway. The 116-square-kilometre (45 sq mi) municipality existed from 1909 until its dissolution in 1963. The municipality lies in what is now the central part of the municipality of Lyngdal. The administrative centre of Kvås was the village of Kvås where Kvås Church is located. Other villages in the Kvås area are Birkeland and Moi.
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