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Ole Henrik Benedictus Olrik (1830-1890)
Dansk: Christian IX - Danmarks konge
English: Christian IX - King of Denmark
Between 1863 and 1890
Thorsen, Svend (1967). De danske ministerier 1848-1901 (in Danish). København: Pensionsforsikringsanstalten, p. 279. Own scan.
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