Events in the year 1933 in Norway.
Monarch - Haakon VII
3 March - Johan Ludwig Mowinckel becomes new prime minister.
17 May - Vidkun Quisling and Johan Bernhard Hjort establish the Norwegian fascist party "Nasjonal Samling" ("National Unity")
1 July - The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) is founded.
24 July - The Parliament grants the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) monopoly on radio broadcasting in Norway.
16 October - The 1933 Parliamentary election takes place.
1933 in Norway Wikipedia
No exactly date:The Christian Democratic Party is founded as a local party in Hordaland og gets one representant in the parliamentary election.
7 January - Bjarne Lingås, boxer
8 January - Anne Petrea Vik, politician and Minister
10 January - Stein Haugen, discus thrower
19 February - Kåre Øvregard, politician
11 March - Henrik J. Lisæth, politician
29 March - Edvard Grimstad, politician
4 April - Ola Byrknes, politician
8 April - Tore Lindbekk, sociologist and politician
12 April - Ingvar Lars Helle, politician (died 2003)
15 April - Kjell Svindland, politician
18 April - Leif Eldring, judge and civil servant (died 1994)
21 April - Nils Aas, sculptor (died 2004)
25 April – Herbjørn Sørebø, media personality (died 2003).
29 April - Jarle Høysæter, journalist
10 May - Reidar Engell Olsen, politician
11 May - Jan Einar Greve, lawyer
2 June - Åse Hiorth Lervik, literary researcher (died 1997)
5 June - Per Ung, sculptor
20 June - Knut Engdahl, politician
12 July - Ingrid Eide, sociologist, United Nations official and politician
14 July - Lars Monrad Krohn, engineer and entrepreneur
24 July - Arne Hamarsland, middle distance runner
6 August - Eva R. Finstad, politician (died 1998)
12 August - Einar Knut Holm, politician
16 August - Reiulf Steen, politician
16 August – Dagfinn Bakke, painter, illustrator and graphical artist.
27 August - Agnes Nygaard Haug, judge
10 October - Ragnar Udjus, media personality and politician
31 October - Sverre Stensheim, cross country skier
1 November - Gunvor Krogsæter, politician
6 November - Knut Johannesen, speed skater and double Olympic gold medallist
6 November - Anne-Lise Seip, historian and politician
8 November - Eli Kristiansen, politician
9 November - Egil Danielsen, javelin thrower and Olympic gold medallist
14 November - Else Reppen, philanthropist (died 2006)
16 November - Johan Henrik Schreiner, historian
19 December - Kolbein Falkeid, poet
28 December - Inger Bjørnbakken, alpine skier and World Champion
31 December - Sigurd Osberg, bishop
Per Maltby, astronomer (died 2006)
7 February - Vetle Vislie, educationalist and writer (born 1858)
1 March - Fredrik Georg Gade, physician (born 1855)
29 May - Johan Henrik Rye Holmboe, businessperson, politician and Minister (born 1863)
20 May - Gunder Anton Johannesen Jahren, politician and Minister (born 1858)
7 June - Edvard Hans Hoff, politician and Minister (born 1838)
29 June - Olaf Bull, poet (born 1883)
10 July - Vilhelm Krag, author (born 1871)
17 July - Anders Buen, typographer, newspaper editor, trade unionist and politician (born 1864)
22 July - Johan Bøgh, museum director and art historian (born 1848)
13 August - Birger Stuevold-Hansen, politician and Minister (born 1870)
26 October - Erik Enge, politician and Minister (born 1852)
28 October - Magne Johnsen Rongved, politician (born 1858)
Johan Arndt, politician (born 1876)
Peter Karl Holmesland, jurist and politician (born 1866)