• Ingemar Liljefors

    Ingmar Kristian Liljefors (13 December 1906 – 14 October 1981) was a Swedish composer, pianist, writer on music, and music educator. Born in Gothenburg, Liljefors was the son of composer and conductor Ruben Liljefors. His own son, Mats Liljefors, is a successful conductor and violinist whose daughter Miriam is a precocious violinist.

  • Ingemar

    Ingemar is a given name. People with the name include:

  • Ingemar Stenmark

    Ingemar Stenmark

    Jan Ingemar Stenmark (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈɪŋː(ɛ)mar ²steːnmark]; born 18 March 1956) is a former World Cup alpine ski racer from Sweden. He is regarded as one of the most prominent Swedish athletes ever, and as the greatest slalom and giant slalom specialist of all time. He competed for Tärna IK Fjällvinden.

  • Ingemar Mundebo

    Ingemar Mundebo

    Ingemar, (15 October 1930 – 7 September 2018) was a Swedish politician who was a member of the Liberal People's Party and former budget and economy minister.

  • Ingemar Cox

    Ingemar J. Cox is Professor and Director of Research in the Department of Computer Science at University College London, where he is Head of the Future Media Group. Between 2003 and 2008, he was Director of UCL's Adastral Park Campus.

  • Ingemar Lundquist

    Ingemar Henry Lundquist (born in Stockholm, Sweden, October 19, 1921, died in Carmel Valley Village, California, February 25, 2007) was a prolific inventor and mechanical engineer.

  • Sven Ingemar Ljungh

    Sven Ingemar Ljungh, also spelled Liungh (5 June 1757, Björkö, Jönköping County – 12 September 1828, Bälaryd, Jönköping County) was a Swedish civil servant, naturalist and collector. During his schooling in Jönköping, he was a private student of the lexicographer Håkan Sjögren from whom he learned the Latin language. At high school in Växjö, he received a good education in botany. He attended the gymnasium in Växjö and went to Uppsala in 1775, graduating in 1777 with a degree in theology. He then started to study medicine but fell ill to malaria. After recovery he joined the civil services. He took up a position in the Swedish civil service as a clerk in the judicial system and in 1778 became the Deputy Crown Bailiff in North and South Vedbo. He took an interest in natural history and was a visitor to the home of Carolus Linnaeus and was taught briefly by Linnaeus the younger.

  • Ingemar Johansson (athlete)

    Ingemar Johansson (athlete)

    Bror Ingemar Ture Johansson (25 April 1924 – 18 April 2009) was a Swedish race walker who won a silver medal in the 10 km at the 1948 Summer Olympics. He was also an accomplished speed skater.

  • Ingemar Svensson

    Ingemar Svensson

    Karl Ingemar Svensson (21 March 1929 – 6 April 2004) was a Swedish rower. He competed at the 1952 Summer Olympics in the coxed pairs, together with Ove Nilsson and Lars-Erik Larsson, but failed to reach the final. His son Hans also became an Olympic rower.

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