[ bran-ting, brahn- ]
/ ˈbræn tɪŋ, ˈbrɑn- /
Karl Hjal·mar [kahrl yahl-mahr] /kɑrl ˈyɑl mɑr/, 1860–1925, Swedish statesman: prime minister 1920, 1921–23, 1924–25; Nobel Peace Prize 1921.
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Branting gave a guarantee that no tumult among the people should take place.
What Germany liked or disliked was of no moment to Branting.
He also contracted, during his residence in Branting's house, an inordinate love of books.Essays on Scandinavian Literature|Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen
/ (Swedish ˈbrantiŋ) /
Karl Hjalmar (jalmar). 1860–1925, Swedish politician; prime minister (1920; 1921–23; 1924–25). He founded Sweden's welfare state and shared the Nobel peace prize 1921
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