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Norwegian seamen who died in WW1

Countries: Norway

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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 on the St Olav memorial.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Norwegian seamen who died in WW1

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WW1 memorial - Norway

The quotation comes from one of the apocrypha, the Wisdom of Solomon, 3.2.  ...

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Ola Bratlie

Ola Bratlie

A telecommunications engineer from Gavdik in Norway. Killed in the Ladbroke Grove rail disaster, aged 26. Andrew Behan has kindly carried out further research: Ola Bratlie was born in Norway on 6 ...

Person, Tragedy, Norway

1 memorial
Vikings / Danes

Vikings / Danes

From History.org: "The Vikings' homeland was Scandinavia: modern Norway, Sweden and Denmark. ... What we call the Viking Age, and their relationship with England, lasted from approximately 800 to 1...

Group, Armed Forces, Denmark, Norway, Sweden

1 memorial
King Oscar II of Sweden and Norway

King Oscar II of Sweden and Norway

Born in Stockholm to the crown prince of Sweden and Norway. Became king Oscar II of Sweden and Norway on the death of his brother on 18 September 1872. The union between the two countries failed in...

Person, Royalty, Norway, Sweden

1 memorial
Herman Olsen Hamborg

Herman Olsen Hamborg

A Commissioner for the 1892 Westminster Public Baths and Wash-houses and for the 1892 Westminster Public Library. One time co- churchwarden of St John the Evangelist, Westminster. 2020: Via Facebo...

Person, Politics & Administration, Norway

2 memorials