Hansson III Cabinet

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Third Cabinet of Hansson
Cabinet of Sweden
History
PredecessorSecond cabinet of Hansson
SuccessorFourth cabinet of Hansson

The third cabinet of Per Albin Hansson (

Nazi positions, and lost its parliamentary representation in 1940. After the 1940 general election, the government represented 227 out of the 230 seats in parliament, and after 1944 general election
, 215 out of 230.

After the end of World War II, the coalition government was dissolved on 31 July 1945, and was replaced by a government consisting only of social democrat ministers, as this party held 115 out of 230 seats in parliament.

Ministers

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister's Office
Prime Minister,
Head of the Prime Minister's Office
13 December 193931 July 1945 Social Democrats
Ministry of Justice
People's Party
Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Independent
Ministry of Defence
Minister for Defence,
Head of the Ministry of Defence
13 December 193931 July 1945 Social Democrats
Ministry of Health and Social Affairs
Minister for Health and Social Affairs,
Head of the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs
13 December 193931 July 1945 Social Democrats
Ministry of Communications
Moderate
Ministry of Finance
Minister for Finance,
Head of the Ministry of Finance
13 December 193931 July 1945 Social Democrats
Ministry of Education and Ecclesiastical Affairs
Moderate
Ministry of Agriculture
Centre
Ministry of Commerce and Industry
People's Party
Ministry of Supply
Minister of Supply,
Head of the Ministry of Supply
13 December 19397 March 1941 Social Democrats
7 March 194131 July 1945 Social Democrats
Ministers without portfolio
Law consult
Independent
30 September 194431 July 1945 Social Democrats
Law consult
Independent
Minister of Fuel
Centre
Minister without of portfolio in questions
regarding
Moderate
Minister of Civil Defence
Centre
Minister of Civil Defence and Deputy Minister for Health and Social Affairs30 September 194431 July 1945 Social Democrats

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Preceded by
Hansson II
Cabinet of Sweden

1939–1945
Succeeded by
Hansson IV