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Ivar Lykke (politician)

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Ivar Lykke
Ivar Lykke.jpg
Prime Minister of Norway
In office
5 March 1926 – 28 January 1928
MonarchHaakon VII
Preceded byJohan Ludwig Mowinckel
Succeeded byChristopher Hornsrud
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
5 March 1926 – 28 January 1928
MonarchHaakon VII
Prime MinisterHimself
Preceded byJohan Ludwig Mowinckel
Succeeded byEdvard Bull, Sr.
Member of the Norwegian Parliament
for Trondheim and Levanger
In office
1916–1945
Leader of the Conservative Party
In office
1920–1926
Preceded byOtto Bahr Halvorsen
Succeeded byC. J. Hambro
Personal details
Born(1872-01-09)9 January 1872
Trondhjem, Norway
Died4 December 1949(1949-12-04) (aged 77)
Trondheim, Norway
NationalityNorwegian
Political partyConservative Party
Spouse(s)Petra Anker Bachke
ProfessionMerchant

Ivar Lykke (9 January 1872, Trondheim – 4 December[1] 1949, Trondheim) was a Norwegian politician from the Conservative Party. He was Prime Minister of Norway from 1926 to 1928. He was president of parliament, earlier in the 1920s.[2]

World War Two

Lykke was a member of the parliament's presidium in 1940;[3] he stepped in (according to mandate) for president in exile, C. J. Hambro.[4]

On 27 June 1940 Lykke, and others of parliament's presidium, signed an appeal to King Haakon, about [the desire for] his abdication.[3] (The presidium back then consisted of the presidents and vicepresidents of parliament, Odelstinget and Lagtinget.[5])

1945

After World War Two, he and others were criticized (for actions in 1940) by a parliamentary fact-finding commission.

Visit by King Haakon

By 1947 he was still being treated for cancer.[4]

During King Haakon's visit that year to Trondheim, he diverged from his official program to visit Lykke.[4] Lykke said "Thou can believe that we had it difficult here in Norway in the summer of 1940".[4] The king replied, "That is exactly why I am coming to You, dear Ivar Lykke", and stretched forward his hand" [for greeting].[4]

References

  1. ^ http://www.ub.ntnu.no/formidl/hist/privark/p004/lykke_i_p004.pdf[permanent dead link] Universitetsbiblioteket i Trondheim (Biography of Lykke, Ivar in Norwegian language. Retrieved Nov.20, 2008)
  2. ^ Stortingets presidentskap
  3. ^ a b Tor Bomann-Larsen (2014-03-14). "Stortinget hvitvasker sin krigshistorie". Aftenposten.
  4. ^ a b c d e Ivar Lykke
  5. ^ Stortingets presidentskap
Political offices
Preceded by
Johan Ludwig Mowinckel
Prime Minister of Norway
1926–1928
Succeeded by
Christopher Hornsrud
Preceded by
President of the Storting
1920—1921
Succeeded by
Preceded by
President of the Storting
1923—1926
Succeeded by


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