Kolstad's Cabinet

Kolstad's Cabinet governed Norway from 12 May 1931 to 14 March 1932. The Agrarian Party cabinet was led by Prime Minister Peder Kolstad. It had the following composition:

Kolstad's Cabinet
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The cabinet in 1931. From left to right: Foreign Minister Birger Braadland, Education Minister Nils Trædal, Prime Minister Peder Kolstad, Justice Minister Asbjørn Lindboe, Defence Minister Vidkun Quisling, Trade Minister Per Larssen, Labour Minister Rasmus Langeland, Agriculture Minister Jon Sundby and Social Affairs Minister Jakob Vik.
Date formed12 May 1931
Date dissolved14 March 1932
People and organisations
Head of stateHaakon VII of Norway
Head of governmentPeder Kolstad
Total no. of members10
Member partyAgrarian Party
Legislature term(s)1931–1934
PredecessorMowinckel's Second Cabinet
SuccessorHundseid's Cabinet

Cabinet membersEdit

Portfolio Minister Period[1] Party
Prime Minister Peder Kolstad Agrarian
Minister of Foreign Affairs Birger Braadland Agrarian
Minister of Defence Vidkun Quisling Independent
Minister of Finance Peder Kolstad – 1 February 1932 Agrarian
Jon Sundby 1 February 1932 – Agrarian
Minister of Trade Per Larssen Agrarian
Minister of Labour Rasmus Olsen Langeland Agrarian
Minister of Justice and the Police Asbjørn Lindboe Agrarian
Minister of Social Affairs Jakob Nilsson Vik Agrarian
Minister of Agriculture Jon Sundby – 25 February 1932 Agrarian
Ivar Kirkeby-Garstad 25 February 1932 – Agrarian
Minister of Church and Education Nils Trædal Agrarian


  • "Peder Kolstad's Government. 12 May 1931 – 14 March 1932". Government.no. Retrieved 18 November 2012.


  1. ^ Unless otherwise noted, the period was 12 May 1931 - 14 March 1932