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Carl Kempe

1884 - 1967

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Johan Carl Kempe (8 December 1884 – 8 July 1967) was leader of the Swedish pulp and paper industry Mo och Domsjö AB (now Holmen Group) and involved in several other companies in the large economic sphere of the Kempe family. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Carl Kempe has received more than 14,982 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Carl Kempe is the 466th most popular tennis player (down from 330th in 2019), the 1,173rd most popular biography from Sweden (down from 987th in 2019) and the 17th most popular Swedish Tennis Player.

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Among tennis players, Carl Kempe ranks 466 out of 1,569Before him are Guillermo Coria, Patricia Tarabini, Bob Lutz, Fabio Fognini, Zsuzsa Körmöczy, and Roger Taylor. After him are Gilles Simon, Ernie Parker, Janette Husárová, Dustin Brown, Amos Mansdorf, and Magnus Gustafsson.

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Among people born in 1884, Carl Kempe ranks 244Before him are Ivy Compton-Burnett, William Hogenson, Carl Osburn, Stuart Holmes, Richard Louis Duckett, and George Goulding. After him are Oscar Micheaux, Calvin Bricker, Fred Yates, James Rector, Alexander Bustamante, and Peter Fraser. Among people deceased in 1967, Carl Kempe ranks 271Before him are Tilly Edinger, Ian Raby, Nathaniel Cartmell, Joe Meek, Art Langley, and Anders Hylander. After him are Alice Lake, Alexander Aitken, Grace Cunard, Kaaren Verne, Elmer McCollum, and George E. Stone.

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In Sweden

Among people born in Sweden, Carl Kempe ranks 1,173 out of 1,879Before him are Karin Dreijer (1975), Carolina Klüft (1983), Alexander Isak (1999), Thomas Ahlström (1952), Daniel Ek (1983), and Jill Johnson (1973). After him are Eva Brunne (1954), Kenny Bräck (1966), Jan Eriksson (1967), Nicklas Lidström (1970), Oscar Dronjak (1972), and Magnus Gustafsson (1967).


Among tennis players born in Sweden, Carl Kempe ranks 17Before him are Robin Söderling (1984), Joakim Nyström (1963), Magnus Norman (1976), Mikael Pernfors (1963), Thomas Enqvist (1974), and Thomas Johansson (1975). After him are Magnus Gustafsson (1967), Simon Aspelin (1974), Peter Lundgren (1965), Magnus Larsson (1970), Kent Carlsson (1968), and Nicklas Kulti (1971).