1970s|Monarch - Haakon VII - until his death on September 21, then Olav V
Prime Minister - Einar Gerhardsen (Labour Party)
16 March - The Kongsberg Silver Mines closes.
21 March - The Soviet Union threatened to use nuclear weapons if foreign military bases were established in Norway.
21 September - King Haakon VII dies
7 October - The 1957 Parliamentary election takes place.
16 December - During a NATO meeting in Paris, Prime Minister Einar Gerhardsen declares that Norway will not allow nuclear weapons or foreign bases on Norwegian soil.
Fuglane, novel by Tarjei Vesaas
10 February - Hallvard Flatland, television presenter
20 April - Kristin Clemet, politician and Minister
10 July - Iselin Alme, singer and actress
Leonard Borgzinner, essayist, political philosopher, science fiction author, illustrator and fanzine editor (died 1990
Freddy Fjellheim, author
28 January - Harry Lundeberg, merchant seaman and labour leader in America (born 1901)
29 March - Laurits Grønland, politician (born 1887)
24 May - Rasmus Pettersen, gymnast and Olympic gold medallist (born 1877)
29 July - Arnold Carl Johansen, politician (born 1898)
13 August - Carl Størmer, mathematician and physicist (born 1874)
21 August - Henrik Østervold, sailor and Olympic gold medallist (born 1878).
21 August - Harald Sverdrup, oceanographer and meteorologist (born 1888)
7 September - Bjørn Helland-Hansen, oceanographer (born 1877)
21 September - Haakon VII of Norway, King of Norway (born 1872)
1 November - Olav Kjetilson Nylund, politician (born 1903)
Anders Beggerud, civil servant (born 1894)
Gustav Berg-Jæger, journalist and Nazi collaborator (born 1884)
Olaf Bjerke, trade unionist and politician (born 1893)
Just Knud Qvigstad, politician and Minister (born 1853)
1957 in Norway Wikipedia
Events in the year 1957 in Norway.