Fifth Colijn cabinet
|Fifth Colijn cabinet|
36th cabinet of the Netherlands
The members of the incoming Fifth Colijn cabinet on 24 July 1939
|Date formed||25 July 1939|
|Date dissolved||10 August 1939 |
(Demissionary from 27 July 1939 )
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Queen Wilhelmina|
|Head of government||Hendrikus Colijn|
|No. of ministers||10|
|Member party||Anti-Revolutionary Party |
Christian Historical Union
Liberal State Party
|Status in legislature||Right-wing Minority government|
|Opposition party||Roman Catholic |
|Opposition leader||Laurentius Nicolaas |
|Predecessor||Fourth Colijn cabinet|
|Successor||Second De Geer cabinet|
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The Fifth Colijn was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 25 July 1939 until 10 August 1939. The cabinet was formed by the political parties Anti-Revolutionary Party (ARP), Christian Historical Union (CHU) and the Liberal State Party (LSP) following the fall of the Fourth Colijn cabinet on 29 June 1939. The right-wing cabinet was a minority government in the House of Representatives. It was the last of five cabinets of Hendrikus Colijn, the Leader of the Anti-Revolutionary Party as Prime Minister. The cabinet was dismissed by Queen Wilhelmina just 2 days after taking office on 27 July 1939.
- Retained Retained this position from the previous cabinet.
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