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Arvid Lindman 
Swedish 20th century prime minister (1862-1936)
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Date of birth19 September 1862
Österby
Date of death9 December 1936
Croydon Airport
Manner of death
Cause of death
Place of burial
  • Northern Cemetery (59°21′22.3″N 18°1′11.6″E, Kvarter: 21F Gravplats: 00028, 1936–)
Work period (start)
  • 1882
Country of citizenship
Educated at
Occupation
Member of
Member of political party
Position held
  • Member of the First Chamber (1905–1910)
  • Prime Minister of Sweden (1906–1911)
  • Prime Minister of Sweden (1928–1930)
  • Member of the First Chamber (1911–1911)
  • Member of the Second Chamber (1912–1935)
  • director general (Televerket, 1904–1907)
  • Minister for Naval Defence (1905–1905)
  • Minister for Terrestrial Defence (1907–1907)
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweden (1917–1917)
  • party leader (Moderate Party, 1912–1935)
Father
Child
  • Rolf Lindman
  • Eva Lindman
  • Karin Lindman
Spouse
  • Annie Almström (1888–1927)
Work location
Award received
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