Victor Marijnen

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Victor Marijnen
February 21, 1917 - April 5 1975
Predecessor:
Jan de Quay
Prime Minister
1963-1965
Succeeded by
Jo Cals

<tr><td align="center" bgcolor=bisque>Prime Minister of the Netherlands </table> Victor Gerard Marie Marijnen (February 21, 1917 - April 5, 1975) was a Dutch politician, prime minister of the Netherlands from 1963 until 1965, as a member of the Catholic People's Party.

Born in Arnhem, Marijnen entered politics as minister of agriculture in the cabinet De Quay (1959 - 1963) and was mayor of The Hague from 1968 until his death in 1975.

 
Prime Ministers of the Netherlands Image:Flag of the Netherlands.svg
Kappeyne van de Coppello | Van Lynden van Sandenburg | Heemskerk Azn. | Mackay | Van Tienhoven | Roëll | Pierson | Kuyper | De Meester | Heemskerk | Cort van der Linden | Ruijs de Beerenbrouck | Colijn | De Geer | Gerbrandy | Schermerhorn | Beel | Drees | De Quay | Marijnen | Cals | Zijlstra | De Jong | Biesheuvel | Den Uyl | Van Agt | Lubbers | Kok | Balkenende
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