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Christian Fredrik Monsen (27 April 1878 – 31 January 1954) was a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party and the Communist Party. He was born in Oslo. He was elected to the Norwegian Parliament from the Market towns of Hedmark and Oppland counties in 1922, and was re-elected on six occasions. He represented the Labour Party, except for the term 1925–1927 when he represented the Communist Party. During his last term, from December 10, 1945 to January 10, 1949, he was the President of the Storting.[1] Already before the 1945 election, when the old Parliament was convened, Monsen installed in the Presidium as the Labour Party dropped Magnus Nilssen.[2] He headed the Ministry of Defence during the short-lived cabinet Hornsrud in 1928 and then during the cabinet Nygaardsvold. Unsusually for a Minister of Defence, Monsen was an antimilitarist and wrote three anti-militarist books (Sannheten om militærvesenet, Avvæbning eller militarisme and Militært vanvidd eller civil fornuft).[1] Monsen held various positions in Hamar city council from 1907 to 1945, serving as mayor in 1916–1919.[1] References ^ a b c "Fredrik Monsen" (in Norwegian). Stortinget.no. http://www.stortinget.no/no/Representanter-og-komiteer/Representantene/Representantfordeling/Representant/?perid=FRMO&tab=Biography.  ^ Berntsen, Harald (2006) (in Norwegian). Statsministerkuppet. Oslo: Centrum. p. 105. ISBN 978-82-307-0002-0.  Preceded by Ingolf Elster Christensen Norwegian Minister of Defence 1928 Succeeded by Torgeir Anderssen-Rysst Preceded by Jens Isak de Lange Kobro Norwegian Minister of Defence 1935–1939 (Oscar Torp acting 1935–1936) Succeeded by Birger Ljungberg Preceded by Carl Joachim Hambro President of the Storting 1945–1949 Succeeded by Gustav Natvig-Pedersen v · d · eNorwegian Labour Party Leadership Leaders Andersen · Jensen · Knudsen · Jeppesen · Gjøsteen · Berg · Jeppesen · Meyer · Knudsen · Hornsrud · Nissen · Knudsen · Kyrre Grepp · Stang · Torp · Gerhardsen · Bratteli · Steen · Brundtland · Jagland · Stoltenberg Party Secretaries Nilssen · Tranmæl · Gerhardsen · Bratteli · Lie · Bye · Leveraas · Jagland · D.T. Andersen · Torsvik · Kolberg · Johansen Parliamentary leaders Eriksen · Knudsen · Eriksen · Knudsen · Buen · Hornsrud · Scheflo · Madsen · Støstad · Madsen · Nygaardsvold · Støstad · Magnus Nilssen · Madsen · Monsen · Støstad · Torp · Gerhardsen · Hønsvald · Bratteli · Hansen · Bratteli · Nordli · Bratteli · Brundtland · Førde · Brundtland · Berge · Borgen · Jagland · Thoresen · Jagland · Stoltenberg · Solberg · Stoltenberg · Solberg · Pedersen Related topics History of the Norwegian Labour Party · Workers' Youth League  · AUF membership scandal  · Red-Green Coalition Persondata Name Monsen, Christian Fredrik Alternative names Short description Date of birth 27 April 1878 Place of birth Date of death 31 January 1954 Place of death This article about a Norwegian politician born in the 1870s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e