The American story of a norsk princess

Documentary tells the story of Princess Märtha, who was popular in the United States Christine Foster Meloni Washington A statue of Crown Princess Märtha stands proudly in front of the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Washington, D.C. It is a remarkable symbol of the enduring friendship between Norway and the United States. The Swedish princess played a significant role in strengthening the bonds between the two countries. An excellent documentary, Crown Princess Märtha: The American Story, was produced in 2005 by the Norwegian American Foundation [editor’s note: the NAF was formerly the owner of this paper] and highlights her special relationship with the United State
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Christine Foster Meloni

Christine Foster Meloni is professor emerita at The George Washington University. She has degrees in Italian literature, linguistics, and international education. She was born in Minneapolis and currently lives in Washington, D.C. She values her Norwegian heritage.

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