Håkon Martin Henriksen Five (27 September 1880 – 15 January 1944) was a Norwegian politician for the Liberal Party. He was Minister of Agriculture 1919–1920, 1921–1923, 1924–1926 and 1933–1935, and Minister of Provisioning 1919–1920.

Håkon Five
Hakon Five, Stortinget.jpg
Minister of Agriculture
In office
3 March 1933 – 20 March 1935
Prime MinisterJohan Ludwig Mowinckel
Preceded byJens Hundseid
Succeeded byHans Ystgaard
In office
25 July 1924 – 5 March 1926
Prime MinisterJohan Ludwig Mowinckel
Preceded byAnders Venger
Succeeded byOle Bærøe
In office
26 July 1921 – 6 March 1923
Prime MinisterOtto Blehr
Preceded byMartin Olsen Nalum
Succeeded byAnders Venger
In office
12 December 1919 – 21 June 1920
Prime MinisterGunnar Knudsen
Preceded byGunnar Knudsen
Succeeded byGunder Anton Jahren
Minister of Provisioning
In office
20 February 1919 – 21 June 1920
Prime MinisterGunnar Knudsen
Preceded byBirger Stuevold-Hansen
Succeeded byJohan Rye Holmboe
County Governor of North Trøndelag
In office
11 November 1927 – 15 January 1944
Prime MinisterIvar Lykke
Christopher Hornsrud
J. L. Mowinckel
Peder Kolstad
Jens Hundseid
Johan Nygaardsvold
Preceded byHalvor Bachke Guldahl
Succeeded byAsbjørn Lindboe
Member of the Norwegian Parliament
In office
1 January 1934 – 31 December 1936
ConstituencyNorth Trøndelag
In office
1 January 1922 – 31 December 1930
ConstituencyNorth Trøndelag
Personal details
Born
Håkon Martin Henriksen Five

(1880-09-27)27 September 1880
Kvam, North Trøndelag, United Kingdoms of Sweden and Norway
Died15 January 1944(1944-01-15) (aged 63)
Kvam, North-Trøndelag, Norway
Political partyLiberal
Spouse(s)Bodil Erichsen (1911-1924; her death)
Henriette von der Recke Holtsmark (1927-1944; his death)

Five was Member of Parliament for Nord-Trøndelag county 1922-1930 and 1934–1936.[1] He also served as County Governor of Nord-Trøndelag from 1927 until his death in 1944.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Haakon Martin Five". Norwegian Social Science Data Services. Retrieved 2010-07-27.
Civic offices
Preceded by County Governor of Nord-Trøndelag
1927–1944
Succeeded by