Rigmor Swenson tells the little-known story of the risky rescue of Norway’s national gold from Norway to Canada during the Nazi invasion in April 1940.
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A new documentary from Suzannah Warlick tells the story of the European Jews that escaped to freedom through Sweden during World War II.
We “Look to Norway” in this special issue sharing 17th of May photos from subscribers, a reminder of the special relationship between Norway and the U.S.
Oslo’s city council hopes to preserve and reuse several of the city’s old buildings as part of its effort to reach its climate goals.
Bjarte Ystebø examines the trends of anti-Israelism and anti-Israel behaviors in Norwegian politics, education, culture, and religion.
A new program from Norway’s Ministry of Fisheries and Coastal Affairs aims to improve nutrition and dietary habits with seafood for children.
The University of Tromsø awarded an honorary doctorate to Gro Harlem Brundtland, humanitarian and Norway’s first female prime minister.
Gyri, the daughter of famed Norwegian composer Geirr Tveitt, tells readers about her home, Tveit farm, in Hardanger and her 17th of May traditions.
The Norwegian government eased entry restrictions for travelers arriving from the UK, EEA, and Schengen countries with low infection rates.
The royal family, keeping tradition, greeted the Norwegian people from the palace balcony on May 17, despite rainy weather and restricted crowds.