Ivar Lykke

1872 - 1949

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Ivar Lykke (9 January 1872, Trondheim – 4 December 1949, Trondheim) was a Norwegian politician from the Conservative Party. He was the prime minister of Norway from 1926 to 1928. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ivar Lykke has received more than 3,297 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Ivar Lykke is the 13,220th most popular politician, the 349th most popular biography from Norway and the 78th most popular Norwegian Politician.

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Among politicians, Ivar Lykke ranks 13,220 out of 15,710Before him are Volodymyr Groysman, Kessai Note, Keiko Fujimori, Emil Jónsson, James Wilson, and Wehha of East Anglia. After him are Fadil Vokrri, Leónidas Plaza, Aleqa Hammond, Rodney Mullen, Cailtram, and Salman, Crown Prince of Bahrain.

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Among people born in 1872, Ivar Lykke ranks 147Before him are Dimitrios Drivas, Nikola Mushanov, John Arthur Jarvis, Edward Wilson, Leonid Sobinov, and Abdullah Yusuf Ali. After him are Bernard Knubel, Feliciano Viera, Joseph Rosemeyer, Siegfried Flesch, Julia Morgan, and William Desmond Taylor. Among people deceased in 1949, Ivar Lykke ranks 132Before him are František Halas, Robert Ripley, Henry Petersen, Birbal Sahni, Albert Ammons, and Paul Chocque. After him are Clarence Kingsbury, Gregory Mathews, Henry Slocum, Jack Lovelock, Richard Dix, and Linda Arvidson.

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Among people born in Norway, Ivar Lykke ranks 349 out of 735Before him are Martin Ødegaard (1998), Finn Kalvik (1947), Odd Iversen (1945), Stein Eriksen (1927), Harald Strøm (1897), and Hanne Krogh (1956). After him are Magnar Isaksen (1910), Olve Eikemo (1973), Kjetil Rekdal (1968), Arne Bendiksen (1926), Thor Hushovd (1978), and Jo Benkow (1924).


Among politicians born in Norway, Ivar Lykke ranks 78Before him are Peder Kolstad (1878), Abraham Berge (1851), Wollert Konow (1845), Otto Blehr (1847), Carl I. Hagen (1944), and Jonas Gahr Støre (1960). After him are Jo Benkow (1924), Jens Bratlie (1856), Siv Jensen (1969), Kari Traa (1974), Dagfinn Høybråten (1957), and Kaci Kullmann Five (1951).