Thomas Madsen-Mygdal (24 December 1876 - 23 February 1943) was Prime Minister of Denmark from 14 December 1926 to 30 April 1929, as leader of a Liberal Party government. His cabinet is called the Cabinet of Madsen-Mygdal .
Thomas Madsen-Mygdal was a self-taught farmer, and was also Minister of Agriculture while he was Prime Minister, as he had also been in the Cabinet of Neergaard .
His government had the parliamentary support of the Conservative People's Party, but he lost their support in 1929 when the Conservative People's Party was not satisfied with the ressources allocated to the military in the financial law. Having lost his parliamentary support on this important issue, new elections were held, and the Social Democrats and the Danish Social Liberal Party came into power.
The University of Aarhus was founded under his government.
Kristian Hvidt, Statsministre i Danmark fra 1913 til 1995 (1995)