Juho Vennola
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Juho Vennola
Juho Vennola
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5th Prime Minister of Finland[1]

9 April 1921 - 2 June 1922
PresidentK. J. Ståhlberg
Rafael Erich
Aimo Cajander

15 August 1919 - 15 March 1920
PresidentK. J. Ståhlberg
Kaarlo Castrén
Rafael Erich
Minister of Finance

4 July 1930 - 21 March 1931
P. E. Svinhufvud
Tyko Reinikka
Kyösti Järvinen
Minister of Foreign Affairs

14 November 1922 - 18 January 1924
Kyösti Kallio
Carl Enckell
Carl Enckell
Minister of Trade and Industry

17 April 1919 - 15 August 1919
Kaarlo Castrén
Julius Stjernvall
Eero Erkko
Member of the Finnish Parliament

1 April 1919 - 20 October 1930
ConstituencyUusimaa
Personal details
Born
Juho Heikki Vennola

(1872-06-19)19 June 1872
Oulu, Finland
Died3 December 1938(1938-12-03) (aged 66)
Helsinki, Finland
NationalityFinnish
Political partyNational Progressive

Juho Heikki Vennola (originally Karhu, 19 June 1872 - 3 December 1938) was Professor of National Economics at the University of Helsinki, a member of the Parliament of Finland, and a politician from the National Progressive Party, who served as Prime Minister of Finland twice.[2]

Vennola's first government was from 15 August 1919 to 15 March 1920 and his second one was from 9 April 1921 to 2 June 1922. He was also acting Prime Minister in the second government of Pehr Evind Svinhufvud from 18 February to 21 March 1931. He also served as Deputy Minister of Finance (1918-1919), Minister of Trade and Industry (1919),[3] Minister of Foreign Affairs (1922-1924)[4] and Minister of Finance (1930-1931).[5]

Vennola, who was born in Oulu, served as a member of the parliament from 1919 to 1930 and was a member of the Tartu Board of Peace in 1920. He died in Helsinki, aged 66.

Cabinets

References

  1. ^ "Governments in chronological order". Finnish government (Valtioneuvosto). Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ "Ministerikortisto". Valtioneuvosto.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "Finnish Government - Ministers of Trade and Industry". Valtioneuvosto.fi. Archived from the original on 2018-06-12. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ "Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland - Ministers of Foreign Affairs". Valtioneuvosto.fi. Archived from the original on 2012-04-03. Retrieved 2018.
  5. ^ "Council of State - Ministers of Finance". Valtioneuvosto.fi. Retrieved 2018.
Political offices
Preceded by
Kaarlo Castrén
Prime Minister of Finland
1919-1920
Succeeded by
Rafael Erich
Preceded by
Rafael Erich
Prime Minister of Finland
1921-1922
Succeeded by
Aimo Cajander
Preceded by
Carl Enckell
Foreign Minister of Finland
1922-1924
Succeeded by
Carl Enckell

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