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Norwegian gratitude for support in WW2

Countries: Norway

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See Norwegian Government-in-exile.

This gratitude is made manifest each Christmas, since 1947, in the arrival of the Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree, a gift from Norway.

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Norwegian gratitude for support in WW2

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Norwegian WW2 gratitude

A large piece of pre-Cambrian granite mounted on three smaller stones, which ...

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King Haakon VII

King Haakon VII

Born Christian Frederik Carl Georg Valdemar Axel in Charlottenlund Palace, near Copenhagen. Known as Prince Carl of Denmark, he became the first king of Norway after the 1905 dissolution of the uni...

Person, Royalty, Denmark, Norway

1 memorial
King Olav V of Norway

King Olav V of Norway

Born Prince Alexander of Denmark in Sandringham, Norfolk. Parents: Haakon VII (first King of Norway following the dissolution of the union with Sweden) and Maud of Wales (daughter of our Edward VII...

Person, Royalty, Norway

3 memorials
Norwegian seamen who died in WW1

Norwegian seamen who died in WW1

Wikipedia states that Norway was neutral during WW1 (though friendly towards the UK) and in 1924 reported 1,180 persons dead and missing. So we cannot explain the 2,101 Norwegian seamen referred to...

Group, Norway

1 memorial
Irja Syhnove Skabo

Irja Syhnove Skabo

Irja Syhnove Skabo was born on 3 July 1950 in Oslo, Norway. Our Picture Source and the Clipper Crew website give more information about her including that her employment commenced with Pan America...

Person, Aviation, Tragedy, Norway, Scotland

1 memorial
Norwegian Government-in-exile

Norwegian Government-in-exile

The Norwegian government and parliament refused to accept a German ultimatum to form a new government under Nazi control. King Haakon VII and his son Crown Prince Olav were forced to leave Norway a...

Group, Politics & Administration, Norway

1 memorial