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Four translators share their experiences of working in language as a profession By Christy Olsen Field Norwegian American Weekly In today’s increasingly globalized world, translators play an important role in technical and cultural communication....

Sharing their story

California Lutheran University hosts lecture about the flight of Norwegian Jews during World War II By Richard Londgren Norwegian American Weekly In 1940, four-year-old Jewish-Norwegian Irene Levin Berman was an endangered person. After the...

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Reflections from the “Norway and the Holocaust: The Untold Story” book tour in California By Karin Arentzen Stahl Norwegian American Weekly My Norwegian-American father, Rolf, made new friends easily. All I had to do...

The untold story

Norwegian Holocaust survivor Irene Berman speaks at Kristallnacht commemoration service By Carla Danziger Norwegian American Weekly Irene Levin Berman, author of “We are Going to Pick Potatoes: Norway and the Holocaust, The Untold Story,”...