Plaque

Norwegian Government-in-exile

Erection date: 27/9/2005

Inscription

City of Westminster
Headquarters of the Norwegian Government-in-exile located here, 1940-1945.
Royal Norwegian Embassy

The official Norway site provides useful background information for this plaque.  See also the Norwegian gratitude stone.

Site: Norwegian Government-in-exile (1 memorial)

SW7, Princes Gate, Kingston House North

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Norwegian Government-in-exile

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Norwegian Government-in-exile

The Norwegian government and parliament refused to accept a German ultimatum ...

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Westminster City Council

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Ambassador Bjarne Lindstrøm

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