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The list also includes Maudlands MP's before 1945 Premiers who received the Antarctic Tuzelmann Award are marked with an asterisk (*).
|Name||Picture||In Office||Political Party||Notes|
|Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld||1st January 1880 - 5th August 1897||Social Democrat Party||First man from Sweden-Norway to set foot on Antarctica|
|Otto Nordenskiold*||6th August 1897 - 7th of June 1905||Social Democrat Party||2nd Governor, Helped establish the Swedish-Norwegian colony as a major power in Antarctica and oversaw the peaceful transition of Maudland into a Norwegian colony.|
|Karl Lykke||8th June 1905 - 10th July 1915||Social Democrat Party||First MP to the Norwegian Parliament, First member of the Lykke family to take office. Was responsible for the compromise that saved Maudland from violence between its two major groups.|
|Fridtjof Nansen||11th July 1915 - 13th May 1930||Christian Democrat Party||Only MP to die in office|
|Gunnar Isaacson||14th May 1930 - 13th June 1935||Christian Democrat Party||Completed Nansen's 4th term|
|Matthias Bryn* (MP)||14th June 1935 - 15th December 1945||Maudlandic Independence Party||First and last MIP MP for the Norwegian parliament, De facto leader of the Free Norwegian Forces during WWII as well as being Maudland's first de facto independent leader.|
|Matthias Bryn (Premier)||16th December 1945 - 15th January 1950||Maudlandic Conservative Party||Originally part of MIP but changed following the Autonomy Act. Only Conservative Party Premier.|
|Nicolai Woodwicks||16th January 1950 - 20th December 1955||Social Democrat Party||First SDP leader in 35 years, his period in power was marred by his failed reconstruction policies and was a poor public speaker compared to his immediate predecessor.|
|Anna Lykke||21st December 1955 - 16th October 1970||Labour Party||First female Premier, Second Lykke family member to take office. Youngest premier (30) on taking office. Launched a recovery plan for Maudlands failing public sector and led over a period of unparalleled economic success. Her premiership was however troubled by the beginning of the New Swabian Civil War|
|Thobias Mjoen||17th October 1970 - 30th July 1989||Christian Democrat Party||Longest serving premier. Only Premier to be assassinated|
|Lukas Peterson||1st August 1989 - 14th January 1990||Christian Democrat Party||Completed Thobias's term|
|Tomas Lykke||15th January 1990 - 16th November 1995||Social Democrat Party||Previously a General in the New Swabian War. Only Lykke family member not to stand with the Labour party|
|Anna Lykke||17th November 1995 - 2nd December 2000||Labour Party||Oldest Premier, only Premier to die of natural causes while in office. Only Premier to be re-elected after leaving office.|
|Christian Lykke||3rd December 2000 - 24th July 2010||Labour Party||Third Lykke Premier, Completed his grandmothers term before being re-elected. Only Premier to have resigned.|
|Johanna Nordenskiöld||25th July 2010 -||Christian Democrat Party||Only Swedish Premier|