Linkomies Cabinet

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Edwin Linkomies's cabinet was the 26th government of Republic of Finland. Cabinet's time period was from March 5, 1943–August 8, 1944. It was a Majority government.

Assembly
Minister Period of office Party
Prime Ministeri
Edwin Linkomies
March 5, 1943–August 8, 1944 National Coalition Party
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Henrik Ramsay
March 5, 1943–August 8, 1944 Swedish People's Party
Minister of Justice
Oskari Lehtonen
5.3.1943 – August 8, 1944 National Coalition Party
Minister of Interior
Leo Ehrnrooth
March 5, 1943–August 8, 1944 Swedish People's Party
Minister of Defence
Rudolf Walden
March 5, 1943–August 8, 1944 neutral
Minister of Finance
Väinö Tanner
March 5, 1943–August 8, 1944 Social Democrat
Deputy Minister of Finance
Tyko Reinikka
March 5, 1943–August 8, 1944 Agrarian League
Minister of Education
Kalle Kauppi
January 4, 1941–March 5, 1943 National Progressive Party
Minister of Agriculture
Viljami Kalliokoski
January 4, 1941–March 5, 1943 Agrarian League
Deputy Minister of Agriculture
Nils Osara
January 4, 1941–March 5, 1943 neutral
Minister of Transport and Public Works
Väinö Salovaara
January 4, 1941–March 5, 1943 Social Democrat
Deputy Ministerof Transport and Public Works
Toivo Ikonen
Väinö Kaasalainen
March 5, 1943 - January 13, 1944
January 13, 1944 - September 8, 1944
Centre Party
Centre Party
Minister of Trade and Industry
Uuno Takki
January 4, 1941–March 5, 1943 Social Democrat
Minister of Social Affairs
Karl-August Fagerholm
Aleksi Aaltonen
March 5, 1943 - December 17, 1943
December 17, 1943 – September 8, 1944
Social Democrat
Social Democrat
Minister of People's Service
Kaarle Ellilä
January 4, 1941–March 5, 1943 Centre Party
Deputy Minister of People's Service
Jalo Aura
Nils Osara
Henrik Ramsay
March 5, 1943 -September 8, 1944
March 5, 1943 - August 8, 1944
March 5, 1943 - September 8, 1944
Social Democrat
Swedish People's Party


Preceded by
Rangell
Cabinet of Finland
January 4, 1941–March 5, 1943
Succeeded by
Hackzell