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1899 in Norway

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1899 in Norway
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Events in the year 1899 in Norway.

Contents

Incumbents

  • Monarch – Oscar II
  • Prime Minister – Johannes Steen
  • Events

  • 1 April – The Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions established.
  • 27 June – The paperclip is patented by Johan Vaaler, a Norwegian inventor.
  • Grans Brewery is founded
  • Arts and popular culture

  • 25 August – First performance at the theatre academy Sekondteatret
  • 1 September – First performance at the newly constructed National Theatre in Kristiania
  • The newspaper Rogalands Avis established
  • The newspaper Finnmarken established
  • Sport

  • 5 March – The sports club Korsvoll IL is founded.
  • 10 August – Viking FK football club is founded.
  • The sports club Kongsberg IF is founded.
  • The gymnastics club Volda TI is founded.
  • Notable births

  • 25 January – Peder Holt, politician (died 1963)
  • 25 January – Rolf Jacobsen, boxer (died 1960)
  • 3 February – Olaf Aarvold, priest and politician (died 1991)
  • 12 February – Johan Grøttumsbråten, skier and multiple Olympic gold medallist (died 1983)
  • 15 February – Mikal Grøvan, politician (died 1956)
  • 14 March – Kjell Tellander, politician (died 1968)
  • 17 March – Søren Berg Sørensen Moen, politician (died 1946)
  • 26 March – Ragnvald Mikal Andersen, politician (died 1995)
  • 8 April – Arthur Sundt, politician (died 1971)
  • 27 April – Erling Johannes Norvik, politician (died 1964)
  • 1 July – Haakon Olsen Wika, politician (died 1981)
  • 17 July – Johannes Overå, fisheries administrator (died 1989).
  • 23 July - Johan Trandem, shot putter and discus thrower (died 1996)
  • 25 July – Olav Svendsen, jurist.
  • 6 August – Lillebil Ibsen, dancer and actress (died 1989)
  • 6 August – Torstein Børte, politician (died 1985)
  • 6 August – Finn Nagell, military officer, Milorg pioneer, economist and businessperson (died 1977).
  • 8 August – Olav Sundal, gymnast and Olympic silver medallist (died 1978)
  • 17 August – Torolv Kandahl, politician (died 1982)
  • 23 August – Terje Wold, judge, politician and Minister (died 1972)
  • 25 August – Karl Aas, gymnast and Olympic silver medallist (died 1943)
  • 27 August – Per Hagen, politician (died 1983)
  • 13 September – Magnus Bjorndal, Norwegian American engineer (died 1971)
  • 22 September – Emil Løvlien, forest worker, trade unionist and politician (died 1973)
  • 30 September – Henry Larsen, Arctic explorer in Canada (died 1964)
  • 7 October – Øystein Ore, mathematician (died 1968)
  • 23 October – Bernt Balchen, polar and aviation pioneer in America (died 1973)
  • 24 October – Einar Hareide, politician (died 1983)
  • 1 November – Anne Grimdalen, sculptor (died 1961)
  • 7 November – Bjarne Fjærtoft, politician (died 1981)
  • 12 November – Sverre Hansen, long jumper and Olympic bronze medallist (died 1991)
  • 24 November – Petter Jamvold, sailor and Olympic gold medallist (died 1961)
  • 27 November – Knut Hergel, actor and theatre director (died 1982)
  • 18 December – Peter Wessel Zapffe, author and philosopher (died 1990)
  • 30 December – Helge Ingstad, explorer (died 2001)
  • Full date unknown

  • Nils Hønsvald, politician and Minister (died 1971)
  • Jonas Lie, politician and Minister, collaborator (died 1945)
  • Egil Offenberg, politician and Minister (died 1975)
  • Jakob Martin Pettersen, politician and Minister (died 1970)
  • Knut Robberstad, jurist and philologist (died 1981)
  • Arne Torkildsen, neurosurgeon (died 1968)
  • Notable deaths

  • 18 February – Sophus Lie, mathematician (born 1842)
  • 11 June – Jakob Sverdrup, bishop and politician (born 1845)
  • 4 September – Jacob Dybwad, bookseller and publisher (born 1823).
  • 8 December – Johan Christian Tandberg Castberg, newspaper founder and editor and politician (born 1827)
  • Full date unknown

  • Halfdan Egedius, painter and illustrator (born 1877)
  • Magnus Feilberg, bookseller and publisher (born 1817)
  • Olav Jakobsen Høyem, teacher, telegrapher, supervisor of banknote printing and linguist (born 1830)
  • Lauritz Jenssen, businessperson and politician (born 1837)
  • Oluf Rygh, archeologist, philologist and historian (born 1833)
  • Christian Homann Schweigaard, politician and Prime Minister (born 1838)
  • References

    1899 in Norway Wikipedia


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