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Norway

Kongeriket Norge
  • S. H. Steinberg
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Haakon VII, born 3 August, 1872; second son of Frederik VIII, King of Denmark, elected King of Norway by the Storting, 18 November, 1905; accepted the crown, 18 November, 1905 ; landed in Norway, 25 November, 1905; married, 22 July, 1896, to Princess Maud, born 26 November, 1869 (died 20 November, 1938), the third daughter of the late Edward VII, King of Great Britain and Ireland.

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Books of Reference concerning Norway

  1. STATISTICAL INFORMATION.—The central Norwegian bureau of statistics, Statistisi Sentralbyrá (Dronningensgate 16. Oslo), was founded in 1876 as an independent state institution; Director:—Petter Jakob Bjerve. The earliest census of population was taken in 1769. The Sentralbyrå publishes the series ‘Norges Offisielle Statistikk’ (from 1828), of which the main publications are the following:—Google Scholar
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  3. Økonomisk Utsyn (annual; with English summary).Google Scholar
  4. Statistiske Oversikter, 1948 (historical statistical survey; bilingual Norwegian-English).Google Scholar
  5. Norges civile, geistlige, rettslige og militaere inndeling. Oslo, 1951.Google Scholar
  6. Statistiske Meldinger (monthly, from 1880); with English-French indexGoogle Scholar
  7. Norges Statskalender. Annual. Oslo.Google Scholar
  8. Norwegian Social and Labour Legislation. Oslo, 1950.Google Scholar
  9. Social Insurance in Norway. Oslo, 1949.Google Scholar
  10. Overseas Economic Survey: Norway, July, 1949. H.M.S.O., 1950Google Scholar

Non-Official Publication

  1. Norway Year Book, The. Oslo, 1950.Google Scholar
  2. Norway. National Travel Association of Norway. 2nd ed. Oslo, 1950.Google Scholar
  3. Facte about Norway. Ed. by Aftenposten. Oslo, 1948.Google Scholar
  4. Industry in Norway. (Ed. Norges industriforbund.) Oslo, 1951.Google Scholar
  5. Norges Bank Bulletin. Oslo. Quarterly.Google Scholar
  6. Norges Eksportråd: Norway, survey of exports and economic development. Oslo, 1948.Google Scholar
  7. The Northern Countries. Uppsala, 1951.Google Scholar
  8. Norwegian Agriculture. Oslo, 1951.Google Scholar
  9. Norwegian Joint-Stock Banks: Financial Review. Monthly.Google Scholar
  10. Modern Norway. London, 1950.Google Scholar
  11. Berulfsen (B.) and Scavenius (H.), Gyldendal’s English-Norwegian and Norwegian-English Dictionary. Oslo, 1951.Google Scholar
  12. Bugge (A.) and Steen (S.), Norsk Kulturhistorie. Oslo, 1947.Google Scholar
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  14. Haugstøl (H.) and Vegel (J.), This is Norway. Oslo, 1949.Google Scholar
  15. Hølaas (O.), The World of the Norseman. London, 1949.Google Scholar
  16. Jensen (W.), Such is Norway. Oslo, 1949.Google Scholar
  17. Larsen (K.), A History of Norway. New York, 1948.Google Scholar
  18. Stagg (F. N.), North Norway, a History. London, 1952.Google Scholar
  19. Steen (S.), Norges Krig 1940–45. 3 vols. Oslo, 1947–50.Google Scholar
  20. Sund (T.) and Somme (A.), Norway in Maps. 2 vols. Bergen, 1947.Google Scholar
  21. Warbey (W. N.), Look to Norway. London, 1946.Google Scholar
  22. Werenskiold (W.) (editor), Norge vårt land. 2nd ed. Oslo, 1950.Google Scholar

Spitsberge

  1. Norsk Polar-institut, Skrifter. Oslo, from 1929.Google Scholar
  2. Svalbard, a Norwegian outpost. Bergen, 1950.Google Scholar
  3. Orvin (A. K.), Twenty-five Years of Norwegian Sovereignity in Svalbard 1925–1950 (in The Polar Record, 1951).Google Scholar
  4. Stefansson (V.), Arctic Manual. New York, 1944.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1954

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  • S. H. Steinberg

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