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    Karl Hjalmar Branting (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈjǎlmar ˈbrânːtɪŋ] ; 23 November 1860 – 24 February 1925) was a Swedish politician who was the leader of...
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  • fencer Hjalmar Branting (1860–1925), Swedish politician and Prime Minister of Sweden Kurt Branting (1900–1958), Swedish sprinter Sonja Branting (1890–1981)...
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  • Swedish author Hjalmar Branting (1860–1925), prime minister of Sweden Hjalmar Dahl (1891–1960), Finnish journalist, translator and writer Hjalmar Fries (1891–1973)...
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    seats in the Second Chamber of the Riksdag. Later in October 1920 Hjalmar Branting was succeeded as prime minister by Baron Louis De Geer. Nohlen, D &...
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    by Hjalmar Branting who also became Foreign Minister of Sweden. Although the non-socialist parties held a majority in the second chamber, Branting was...
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    named for the Nobel Peace Prize-winning former Swedish prime minister Hjalmar Branting. The square is situated at the former site of a reduit outside Copenhagen's...
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    When Hjalmar Branting became ill and left office before his death in February 1925, and Fredrik Thorsson who was a likely candidate to replace Branting as...
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    election the Cabinet of Ernst Trygger resigned and Gustav V asked Hjalmar Branting to form a new Cabinet which the Social Democratic leader accepted....
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    served as Prime Minister of Sweden from 1917 to 1920, and along with Hjalmar Branting acknowledged as co-architect of Sweden's transition from a constitutional...
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    generally by Karl Kautsky's views on socialism, Hansson succeeded Hjalmar Branting as editor of Social-Demokraten in 1917 and was appointed his Minister...
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    The second cabinet of Hjalmar Branting (Swedish: Regeringen Branting II) was the cabinet of Sweden between 13 October 1921 and 19 April 1923. In the general...
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  • early 20th century. Early on, in large part due to the leadership of Hjalmar Branting, the Swedish socialists adopted a flexible and pragmatic understanding...
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  • also edited the paper from 1885 to 1886. Another editor-in-chief was Hjalmar Branting who held the post for two times: from 1886 to 1892 and from 1896 to...
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    who was assassinated only a block from the church, Prime Minister Hjalmar Branting, physicist Carl Benedicks, and the composer Anders Eliasson. The church...
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  • social democratic parties to hold a conference in Stockholm in 1917. Hjalmar Branting rejected any role for the dictatorship of the proletariat arguing it...
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    The third cabinet of Hjalmar Branting (Swedish: Regeringen Branting III) was the cabinet of Sweden between 14 October 1924 and 24 February 1925. When the...
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  • Democratic Party lost power in 1976. Another important proponent was Hjalmar Branting, who came into contact with the concept while a student at Uppsala...
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    would not adopt permanently until 1753). Verner von Heidenstam and Hjalmar Branting delivered the inaugurational speeches. Stockholm City Hall is an example...
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    Kirby, Texas legislator, American businessman (d. 1940) November 23 – Hjalmar Branting, Prime Minister of Sweden, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize (d. 1925)...
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    Wilhelm Liebknecht and the Swedish socialists Axel Danielsson and Hjalmar Branting. He also read Nietzsche and August Strindberg. He graduated from high...
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