Category:Louis De Geer (1818-1896)

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Louis de Geer the Elder 
Swedish 19th century prime minister (1818-1896)
Louis De Geer 1818-1896 from Hildebrand Sveriges historia.jpg
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Name in native languageLouis De Geer
Date of birth18 July 1818
Risinge church parish
Date of death24 September 1896
Kviinge church parish
Country of citizenship
Residence
Educated at
Occupation
Employer
Member of
  • Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (1862–)
  • Swedish Academy (1862–)
  • Royal Physiographic Society in Lund (honorary member, 1882–)
  • Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities (honorary member, 1859–)
  • Royal Society of Arts and Sciences in Gothenburg (honorary member, 1863–)
  • Royal Society of Sciences in Uppsala (honorary member, 1883–)
Member of political party
Position held
  • Member of the First Chamber (1867–1888)
  • Prime Minister of Sweden (1876–1880)
  • Minister for Justice (1876–1879)
  • Prime Minister of Justice (1858–1870)
  • Prime Minister of Justice (1875–1876)
  • President of Svea Court of Appeal (1870–1880)
  • President of Göta Court of Appeal (1855–1858)
  • Member of the Riksdag of the Estates (1853–1858)
  • seat 17 of the Swedish Academy (1862–1896)
Noble title
  • Freiherr
Family
  • De Geer af Finspång
Father
  • Gerhard de Geer
Child
Work location
Award received
Authority control
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