Alfred Berglund

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Alfred Berglund (1862 – 1945) was a Norwegian admiral.

He was born in Christiania. He was the Chief of the Admiral Staff from 1910, reached the rank of Rear Admiral in 1919, and served as the Commanding Admiral of Norway from 1919 to 1930.[1]


  1. ^ Bull, Francis; Tandberg, Erik; Eskeland, Arnold, eds. (1972). "Berglund, Alfred". Gyldendals store konversasjonsleksikon (in Norwegian). 1 (3rd ed.). Oslo: Gyldendal. p. 1684. 
Military offices
Preceded by
Karl Friedrich Griffin Dawes
Commanding Admiral in Norway
Succeeded by
Jakob von der Lippe