- Otto Joachim (politician)
Otto Joachim, greve Moltke til Stridfeld og Walkendorf (1770 - 1853) was the
Minister of State of Denmarkfrom 1824 to 1842. He was descended from Adam Gottlob Moltke, who had exercised extensive political power during the reign of Frederick V.
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