- 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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What Germany liked or disliked was of no moment to Branting.
Branting gave a guarantee that no tumult among the people should take place.
He also contracted, during his residence in Branting's house, an inordinate love of books.Essays on Scandinavian Literature
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- 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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