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Carl Frolich Hanssen

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Name  Carl Hanssen
Died  1960
Role  Football player
Carl Frolich Hanssen

Carl Frolich Hanssen (8 January 1883 – 6 January 1960) was a Norwegian military officer and sports executive. He was head of the Norwegian Nazi Labour Service during the Second World War. He born in Fredrikshald (Halden).

Before the Second World War he had a military career in the field artillery, eventually with the rank of colonel. During the German occupation of Norway he was head of he Norwegian Nazi Labour Service. In the legal purge in Norway after World War II he was sentenced to seven years imprisonment .

He won the Norwegian Football Cup with the club Mercantile in 1907 and 1912. He served as president of the Football Association of Norway for two periods, 1907–1908 and 1911–1912.

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Carl Frolich Hanssen Wikipedia


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