Julius Bomholt

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Julius Bomholt (11 June 1896 – 2 January 1969) was a Danish politician representing the Social Democrats.[1]

He was a member of the Folketing 1929–1968 and served as speaker in 1945–1950 and again 1964–1968. He served as Minister of Education in 1950 and 1953–1957, Minister of Social Affairs 1957–1961, and Minister of Culture 1961–1964.[2] He was awarded the Ingenio et Arti medal in 1966.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Albert Jensen, Bomholt, Julius, Leksikon.org, 1 May 2001.
  2. ^ Julius Bomholt (S) at Danish Ministry of Culture
  3. ^ "For videnskab og kunst medaljen Ingenio et arti" [For science and art: the Ingenio et Arti medal]. Litterære priser, medaljer, legater mv [Literary prizes, medals, scholarships, etc] (in Danish). Retrieved 20 September 2010. List of recipients. Self-published, but with references . 
Political offices
Preceded by
Hans Rasmussen
Speaker of the Folketing
22 November 1945 – 22 February 1950
Succeeded by
Gustav Pedersen
Preceded by
Hartvig Frisch
Education Minister of Denmark
11 February 1950 – 30 October 1950
Succeeded by
Flemming Hvidberg
Preceded by
Flemming Hvidberg
Education Minister of Denmark
30 September 1953 – 28 May 1957
Succeeded by
Jørgen Jørgensen
Preceded by
Johan Strøm
Social Minister
28 May 1957 – 7 September 1961
Succeeded by
Kaj Bundvad
Preceded by
New office
Culture Minister of Denmark
19 September 1961 – 26 September 1964
Succeeded by
Hans Sølvhøj
Preceded by
Gustav Pedersen
Speaker of the Folketing
6 October 1964 – 22 January 1968
Succeeded by
Karl Skytte