1940s|Monarch - Haakon VII
6 May - A general strike begins in Norway.
17 September - the Dovre Line was opened.
18 September - Nidareid train disaster on the Trondhjem-Størenbanen railway line. Six people were killed in this, the first serious passenger train accident in Norway
The 1921 Parliamentary election takes place.
5 January - Odd Højdahl, trade unionist, politician and Minister (died 1994)
6 January - Hans Aardal, politician (died 1995)
15 January - Kristian Ottosen, writer and public servant (died 2006)
4 February - Valter Gabrielsen, politician (died 1999)
27 February - Eigil Gullvåg, newspaper editor and politician (died 1991)
9 March - Wanda Hjort Heger, social worker
21 March - Vibeke Lunde, sailor and Olympic silver medallist (died 1962)
24 March - Kjell Stormoen, actor, scenographer and theatre director
25 March - Fredrik Jensen, decorated soldier in the German Waffen SS
6 April - Erland Asdahl, politician (died 1988)
7 April - Erling Sandene, judge and civil servant
9 April - Asbjørn Antoni Holm, politician (died 2001)
23 April - Ola H. Kveli, politician (died 2003)
9 May - Sverre Moen, politician (died 1987)
14 May - Arve Opsahl, film and stage actor, singer and stand-up comedian (died 2007)
16 May - Odd With, politician (died 2006)
27 May - Thor Lund, politician (died 1999)
5 June - Rolf Gjermundsen, politician (died 1994)
11 June - Einar Hole Moxnes, politician and Minister (died 2006)
15 June - Harald Sverre Olsen, politician
27 June – Frank Weylert, actor and singer.
30 June - Gunvor Hofmo, writer and poet (died 1995)
10 July – Eva Kløvstad, resistance leader.
11 July - Petter Hugsted, ski jumper and Olympic gold medallist (died 2000)
13 July - Carl Monssen, rower and Olympic bronze medallist (died 1992)
15 August - Nils Christensen, aircraft engineer
23 September - Annemarie Lorentzen, politician and Minister (died 2008)
28 September - Åge Ramberg, politician (died 1991)
8 October - Odd Mæhlum, javelin thrower (died 2011).
10 October - Gunnar Thoresen, bobsledder (died 1972)
17 October – Edel Hætta Eriksen, schoolteacher and politician.
11 November - Trygve Olsen, politician (died 1979)
27 November - Aud Alvær, politician (died 2000)
28 November - Olav Hagen, cross country skier and Olympic bronze medallist.
Gunnar S. Gundersen, painter (died 1983)
Vidkunn Hveding, politician and Minister (died 2001)
Johan Jørgen Ugland, businessman (died 2010)
8 February - Francis Hagerup, lawyer, diplomat, politician and twice Prime Minister of Norway (born 1853)
25 February - Elizabeth Fedde, Lutheran Deaconess who established the Norwegian Relief Society (born 1850)
25 July - Peder Nilsen, politician and Minister (born 1846)
19 September - Erik Glosimodt, architect (born 1881)
Lars Kristian Abrahamsen, politician and Minister (born 1855)
Nils S. Dvergsdal, politician (born 1842)
Waldemar Hansteen, architect (born 1857)
Gjert Holsen, politician (born 1855)
1921 in Norway Wikipedia
Events in the year 1921 in Norway.