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      • Arntzen Arntzen is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:Andrea Arntzen (1875–1958), Norwegian nursing teacher Andreas Arntzen (1777–1837), Norwegian politician Andreas Arntzen (barrister) (1928–2012), Norgwegian barrister Arthur Arntzen (1906–1997), Norwegian politician for the Labour Party Arthur Arntzen (humorist), Norwegian journalist, humorist, actor and writer Charles Arntzen, American plant molecular biologist Haakon Arntzen, Canadian politician Heinrich Arntzen (1894–unknown), German flying ace during World War I credited with 11 aerial victories Holly Arntzen, Canadian singer, dulcimer player, and pianist Jon Gunnar Arntzen, Norwegian encyclopaedist Karelius August Arntzen (1802–1876), Norwegian politician Lloyd Arntzen, Canadian jazz clarinettist, folk singer, and soprano saxophonist Niels Arntzen Sem (1782–1859), Norwegian politician Ole Arntzen (1910–1973), Norwegian businessman and resistance leader Ole Arntzen Lützow (1801–1871), Norwegian politician Ole Arntzen Lützow-Holm (1853–1936), Norwegian priest and Conservative Party politician Orie Arntzen (1909–1970), American professional baseball pitcher Sture Arntzen, Norwegian trade unionist Sven Arntzen (1897–1976), Norwegian barrister
      • Heinrich Arntzen Leutnant Heinrich Arntzen was a German World War I flying ace credited with eleven aerial victories.
      • Elsie Arntzen Elsie Arntzen is an American politician from the U.S. state of Montana who serves as the Superintendent of Public Instruction of the State of Montana. Prior to this, she was a member of the Montana Legislature.
      • Sven Arntzen Sven Arntzen was a Norwegian barrister. He was also the acting director general of the Norwegian Prosecuting Authority from 1945 to 1946, and played an important role in the legal purge in Norway after World War II.
      • Ole Arntzen Ole Arntzen was a Norwegian businessman and resistance member during World War II. He was a brother of Sven Arntzen. He was a member of the Central Committee of Milorg, where he served as General Inspector from April 1944 to May 1945. His cover name was "Ørnulf". In his World War II memoirs, Gunnar Sønsteby devotes one chapter to the arrest of Milorg leaders Jens Christian Hauge and Arntzen by the State police on 10 April 1945, but their central role was not discovered.
      • Orie Arntzen Orie Edgar Arntzen was an American professional baseball pitcher. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Philadelphia Athletics during the 1943 season. Listed at 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 m) and 200 pounds (91 kg), he threw and batted right-handed.
      • Karelius August Arntzen Karelius August Arntzen was a Norwegian jurist, civil servant and politician.
      • Roger Arntzen Roger Arntzen is a Norwegian jazz bassist, known from playing in bands like In The Country, Ballrogg, Chrome Hill and Håvard Stubø Trio. He has also previously played within the band Østenfor Sol.
      • Charles Arntzen Charles Joel Arntzen is a plant molecular biologist.
      • Andreas Arntzen Andreas Arntzen was a Norwegian politician.
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