Åge Lundström

John Åge Lundström (8 June 1890 – 26 September 1975) was a Swedish Air Force general and horse rider who competed in the 1920 and 1924 Summer Olympics.

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Where died Åge Lundström?

Åge Lundström died in Landskrona, Sweden.

Where died Åge Lundström?

Åge Lundström died in Landskrona.

How would Åge Lundström be described?

Åge Lundström would be described as Swedish Air Force general and equestrian.

When died Åge Lundström?

Åge Lundström died 26.09.1975.

When was Åge Lundström born?

Åge Lundström was born on 08.06.1890.

What is Åge Lundström subject of?

Åge Lundström is subject of Swedish equestrians, Olympic gold medalists for Sweden, Olympic silver medalists for Sweden, Equestrians at the 1920 Summer Olympics, Equestrians at the 1924 Summer Olympics, Olympic equestrians of Sweden, Male equestrians, Olympic medalists in equestrian, Commanders First Class of the Order of the Sword, 1890 births, 1975 deaths, Chevaliers of the Légion d'honneur, Commanders of the Order of Polonia Restituta, Knights of the Order of the Polar Star, Medalists at the 1920 Summer Olympics, Medalists at the 1924 Summer Olympics, People from Stockholm, Members of the Royal Swedish Academy of War Sciences, Event riders from Sweden, Swedish Air Force generals, Commanders of the Saxe-Ernestine House Order and Swedish show jumping riders.

When died Åge Lundström?

Åge Lundström died 26.09.1975.

Where was Åge Lundström born?

Åge Lundström was born in Stockholm.

What is the gender of Åge Lundström?

Åge Lundström is male.