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Jørgen Løvland

1848 - 1922

Jørgen Løvland

Jørgen Gunnarsson Løvland (3 February 1848 – 21 August 1922) was a Norwegian educator and civil servant who served as Prime Minister of the Norwegian Parliament (1907-1908). Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jørgen Løvland has received more than 13,833 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 9,827th most popular politician.

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Among POLITICIANS

Among politicians, Jørgen Løvland ranks 9,790 out of 14,801Before him are Gary Hocking, Princess Anna of Hesse and by Rhine, Eadbald of Kent, Cornelis Lely, Sigmar Gabriel, and Aesacus. After him are Carlos P. Garcia, Ahmed Vefik Pasha, Abe Masahiro, Seni Pramoj, Viviane Reding, and Atef Ebeid.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1848, Jørgen Løvland ranks 54Before him are Friedrich Ernst Dorn, Viktor Meyer, Francisco de Paula Rodrigues Alves, Fritz von Uhde, Hans Delbrück, and Eugène Simon. After him are Adolf Albin, Lilli Lehmann, Kate Sheppard, Alexander Kazbegi, Édouard Detaille, and Heinrich Hübschmann. Among people deceased in 1922, Jørgen Løvland ranks 69Before him are Princess Marie of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, Slavoljub Eduard Penkala, Arthur Griffith, Viktor Kingissepp, Henri Brocard, and Oscar Hertwig. After him are Kamo, Axel Thue, Louis Duchesne, Otto Lehmann, Max Abraham, and Dimitrios Gounaris.

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In Norway

Among people born in Norway, Jørgen Løvland ranks 189 out of 508Before him are Gunnar Sønsteby (1918), Jon Ola Sand (1961), Johan Bojer (1872), Kjell Askildsen (1929), Peter Wessel Zapffe (1899), and Johan Borgen (1902). After him are Dag Solstad (1941), Eva Joly (1943), Egil Olsen (1942), Axel Thue (1863), Sigbjørn Obstfelder (1866), and Adolph Tidemand (1814).