Adam Wilhelm Moltke
Grandson of Adam Gottlob Moltke, a companion of the king Frederic V and marshal of the Court, it was born in Einsiedelsborg, on the island of Fyn, on August 25th, 1785. He passed to be a human and patriarchal landowner, but was not an excellent politician.
In 1845, he becomes Minister for the financial businesses. To the fall of the last government of the absolute monarchy, it is returned him also, but is recalled after a few days to form the new government. He is indeed regarded as the most acceptable chief, as well because of his moderate sights as of his social position.
The cabinet which it creates on March 22nd, 1848 is called the cabinet of March. It is replaced by the cabinet of November, on November 16th, 1848, then by the cabinet of July on July 13rd, 1851 and, finally, by the cabinet of October on October 18th, 1851. The government, which is at the beginning liberal-conservative, more and more openly becomes preserving, as well because of the general retreat of the liberals as of the foreign pressures.
January 27th, 1852, Moltke is replaced by Christian Albrecht Bluhme at the post of Prime Minister.
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