Carl Christoffer Georg Ande
Date of Birth: 10/14/1812
Place of birth: Vordingborg
The future head of the Danish government was born October 14, 1812 on the territory of the commune Vordingborg (Vordingborg). He was the son of an infantry captain, who died when he was only 2 years. Andre was in the Army Cadet School, and in 1829 he graduated with the rank of second lieutenant. From 1830 to 1834 he was trained in the newly created Royal Military College and passed all the exams with honors. In 1834. Andre was promoted to the rank of lieutenant and assigned to the General Staff. For a time he was an intern in various departments, and then received a scholarship and a half years went to Paris (Paris), where he studied mathematics and became acquainted with the device of French higher military educational institutions.
In 1842, Charles married a 25-year-old Hanshin Pauline Andre (Hansine Pauline Andr & # 230;), which later became one of the first Danish feminists.
From 1842 to 1854 Georg Andre was a professor of mathematics and mechanics at the Royal Military College. In 1853-m Andre was elected to the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters (Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters). The following year he was appointed as Minister of Finance under the administration of George Peter Banga (Peter Georg Bang), and then, from 18 October 1856 to 13 May 1857, in turn, he became chairman of the board of the Danish (Denmark), heading his own cabinet.
In May 1857 he was succeeded by Carl Christian Hall (Carl Christian Hall), having held the post of the Prime Minister of Denmark twice as long. At Halle, former Chairman of the Board was appointed Minister of Finance and remained so until 1858. Buduchiindividualistom, after the defeat of the party National Liberals Andre never formally join any political group, but to the end of life remained skeptical, conservative contemplative struggle for the constitution.
Andre is the author of a number of brilliant mathematical works, he established himself as a talented scientist and in 1855 for his research achievements was awarding the Order of Dannebrog (Dannebrogordenen).
Christopher Carl Georg Andre died on February 2, 1893 in Copenhagen (Copenhagen).