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Museum commemorating the July 22. massacre to be opened in Oslo. Too soon!

The 22. of July, 2011: The murder of 77 defenceless Norwegians by a terrorist. April 9th, 1940: The attack by Hitler Germany on small and neutral Norway, killing about 1000 Norwegians. 196 more words

A Quick Bit Of WWII History

Here is a character from World War II that has not had a prominent place in movies such as Life Is Beautiful or Schindler’s List. It is also word I missed in history class. 118 more words


World War II from #AtoZChallenge - Q is for Quisling the Puppet


On February 2, 1942, Vidkun Quisling, a collaborator with the German occupiers of Norway, is established as prime minister of a puppet government. 227 more words


Vidkun Quisling: Fedrelandets Fiender -- Stortinget, 7. April 1932...! #1 (Photo)

Vidkun Quisling: Fedrelandets Fiender — Stortinget, 7. April 1932

Stortinget, 7. april 1932
Kilde: Stortingstidende, 1932, s. 544-549.

Like før påske talte hr. Nygaardsvold fra dette sted hårdt og hånlig om en ung mann, som i landets tjeneste hadde fått sitt ene øie ødelagt av pøbelen. 3,872 more words


The World War Z Quisling

Mark Forsyth explains the history of the word Quisling in his wonderful book, The Etymologicon. Vidkun Quisling convinced Nazi Germany during World War II to conquer Norway so that he could then become Prime Minister of a collaborationist socialist regime in Norway. 250 more words

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