Neha Patil

1946 in Norway

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1946 in Norway
Decades:  1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s

Events in the year 1946 in Norway.

Contents

Incumbents

  • Monarch - Haakon VII
  • Prime Minister - Einar Gerhardsen (Labour Party)
  • Events

  • 1 February - Trygve Lie is selected as the first United Nations Secretary General
  • 6 December - The Home Guard was established.
  • Årdal og Sunndal Verk is established as a state-run corporation with the task of finishing unfinished industrial facilities started by the German occupational forces.
  • Sports

  • Godtfred Holmvang, decathlete and skier, is awarded the Egebergs Ærespris, for athletes who excel in more than one sport.
  • Notable births

  • 8 January - Åse Klundelien, politician
  • 10 January - Bernhard Riksfjord, politician
  • 17 January - Finn Kristian Marthinsen, politician
  • 20 January - Lisbeth Holand, politician
  • 21 January - Bjørn Skogstad Aamo, economist and politician
  • 22 January - Svein Kristensen, civil servant
  • 31 January - Knut Lystad, actor, singer, translator, screenwriter, comedian and director
  • 1 February - Øystein Rottem, philologist, literary historian and literary critic (died 2004)
  • 2 February - Lasse Qvigstad, jurist
  • 4 February - Anders Talleraas, politician
  • 8 February - Karin Kjølmoen, politician
  • 11 February - Knut Vollebæk, diplomat and politician
  • 12 February
  • Ingrid Hadler, orienteer and World Champion
  • Ulf Thoresen, harness racer (died 1992)
  • 17 February - Helge Jordal, actor
  • 18 February - Torny Pedersen, politician
  • 19 February - Tore Schei, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Norway
  • 20 February - Ole Nafstad, rower and Olympic silver medallist
  • 21 February - Knut Hove, veterinarian
  • 24 February - Sverre Stub, diplomat
  • 4 March - Harald Rensvik, civil servant
  • 5 March
  • Klaus Hagerup, author, translator, screenwriter, actor and director
  • Oddvar Stenstrøm, journalist and television host
  • 9 March - Britt Harkestad, politician
  • 14 March - Knut Hanselmann, politician
  • 19 March - Roar Grønvold, speed skater and Olympic silver medallist
  • 21 March - Svein Sturla Hungnes, actor, theatre director and instructor
  • 23 March - Jon Reinertsen, handball player
  • 28 March - Marianne Gullestad, social anthropologist (died 2008)
  • 8 April - Åge Korsvold, businessperson
  • 18 April – Per Erik Monsen, politician (died 2008)
  • 21 April - Inge Hansen, handball player
  • 30 April - Lars Vikør, linguist
  • 4 May - Gunnar Jordfald, civil servant
  • 5 May - Svend Wam, film director
  • 16 May
  • Laila Stien, novelist, poet and translator
  • Olav Anton Thommessen, composer
  • Willy Ustad, novelist
  • 18 May - Liv Sandven, politician
  • 21 May
  • Pål Bye, handball player
  • Arne Fliflet, jurist and civil servant
  • 23 May - Åge Starheim, politician
  • 10 June - Sverre J. Hoddevik, politician
  • 11 June
  • Gunn Imsen, educationalist
  • Jan Petersen, politician and Minister
  • 13 June - Rune Gerhardsen, politician
  • 21 June
  • Trond Kirkvaag, comedian, actor, imitator, screenwriter, author, director and television host (died 2007)
  • Harald Norvik, businessperson
  • 23 June - Svein Thøgersen, rower and Olympic silver medallist
  • 18 July
  • Gerd Dvergsdal, politician
  • Svein Ludvigsen, politician and Minister
  • 22 July - Jan Grund, academic
  • 2 August - Ivar Frønes, sociologist
  • 4 August - Ola Dybwad-Olsen, international soccer player
  • 14 August - Gunn Vigdis Olsen-Hagen, politician (died 1989)
  • 18 August - Arild Braastad, diplomat
  • 5 September - Sigurd Allern, media theorist and professor of journalism
  • 15 September – Bente Sætrang, textile artist.
  • 16 September - Trond Bergh, economic historian
  • 23 September - John Haugland, rally driver
  • 28 September
  • Tarald Osnes Brautaset, diplomat
  • Ingar Skaug, businessperson
  • 29 September - Tove Strand, civil servant and politician
  • 7 October - Svein Aaser, businessperson
  • 13 October - Sven-Erik Svedman, diplomat and politician
  • 27 October - Steinar Gullvåg, politician
  • 28 October - Per Rom, sprinter
  • 1 November - Jørgen Åsland, politician
  • 7 November - Sten Egil Bjørnø, politician
  • 7 December - Haakon Baardsøn Hjelde, diplomat
  • 9 November - Gunnar Fatland, politician
  • 18 November - Ulf Magnussen, handball player
  • 23 November - Agnes Buen Garnås, folk singer
  • 25 November - Harald Tyrdal, handball player
  • 7 December
  • Kirsti Sparboe, singer and actress
  • Lars Wilhelmsen, civil servant
  • 11 December
  • Torbjørn Frøysnes, diplomat and politician
  • Dagfinn Sundsbø, politician
  • 14 December - Ingse Stabel, judge
  • 29 December - Bernhard Ramstad, actor, theatre instructor and director
  • Full date unknown

  • Olav Terje Bergo, newspaper editor
  • Svein Koningen, painter
  • Torleiv Maseng, engineer
  • Oddbjørn Nordset, civil servant and politician
  • Arvid Noe, sailor and truck driver, one of the first non-Africans known to have died from AIDS (died 1976)
  • Arne Nore, businessperson
  • Notable deaths

  • 8 January - Rasmus Pedersen Thu, photographer (born 1864)
  • 23 January - Bernt Tunold, painter (born 1877)
  • 13 February - Johan Throne Holst, industrialist and politician (born 1868)
  • 22 March - Ragnvald Bødtker, engineer (born 1859)
  • 23 March - Ingolf Davidsen, gymnast and Olympic silver medallist (born 1893)
  • 4 April - Klaus Sletten, organizational worker, editor and politician (born 1877)
  • 16 May - Søren Berg Sørensen Moen, politician (born 1899)
  • 21 August - Rudolf Gundersen, speed skater (born 1879)
  • 16 September - Margit Schiøtt, politician (born 1889)
  • 13 October - Ole Sæther, rifle shooter and Olympic gold medallist (born 1870)
  • 11 November - Egill Reimers, architect, sailor and Olympic gold medallist (born 1878)
  • 26 November - Ola Bertelsen, jurist and politician (born 1864)
  • 13 December - Egil Eide, actor and director (born 1868)
  • Full date unknown

  • Olav Gunnarsson Helland, Hardanger fiddle maker (born 1875)
  • Gunnar Horn, petroleum geologist and Arctic explorer
  • Ambrotius Olsen Lindvig, politician and Minister (born 1855)
  • References

    1946 in Norway Wikipedia


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