1980s|Monarch - Olav V
Prime Minister - Per Borten (Centre Party)
7 August - The Storskog border control between Norway and the Soviet Union is opened. It remains the only legal border crossing from Norway to Russia till this day.
The first Bislett Games were held at Bislett Stadium in Oslo.
Arne Bendiksen - "Intet er nytt under solen", performed by Åse Kleveland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1966
Harald Sæverud - Symphony no 9
Karin Bang, poet and novelist, is awarded the Riksmål Society Literature Prize.
Ebba Haslund, novelist, is awarded the Norwegian Booksellers' Prize for the novel Det trange hjerte.
9 February – Harald Eia, comedian
2 May – Øyvind Rimbereid, author and poet
11 July – Arnfinn Bårdsen, judge
14 July – Brynjar Lia, historian and research professor
27 October – Helene Falch Fladmark, politician
27 October – Hege Nerland, politician (d.2007)
28 September – Alvhild Hedstein, politician
19 December – Sylvia Brustad, politician and Minister
15 January – Birger Braadland, politician (b.1879)
3 February – Ivar Navelsaker, military officer (b. 1893).
24 March – Morten Ansgar Kveim, pathologist (b.1892)
26 March – Wilhelm Engel Bredal, politician (b.1907)
2 April – Sverre Hope, politician (b.1902)
6 April – Hans Engen, journalist, diplomat and politician (b.1912)
10 April – Jens Marcus Mottré, politician (b.1886)
11 May – Rolf Hofmo, politician and sports official (b. 1898).
26 May – Helga Eng, psychologist and educationalist (born 1875).
28 May – Harry Haraldsen, speed skater (b.1911)
6 June – Hans Ingvald Hansen Ratvik, politician (b.1883)
18 June – Einar Skjæraasen, author (b.1900)
Ole Jørgensen, politician (b.1897)
Anders Moen, gymnast and Olympic silver medallist (b.1887)
14 July – Nils Andresson Lavik, politician (b.1884)
17 July – Nils Dahl, middle distance runner (b.1882)
16 August – Carl Klæth, gymnast and Olympic silver medallist (b.1887)
20 August – Marie Ingeborg Skau, politician (b.1890)
26 August – Nils Asheim, politician (b.1895)
13 September – Alfred Engelsen, gymnast and Olympic gold medallist (b.1893)
13 October – Asbjørn Øverås, educator (b.1896)
15 October – Jon Andrå, politician (b.1888)
25 November – Hans Reidar Holtermann, commander of Hegra Fortress (b.1895)
13 December – Ingvald Johannes Jaklin, politician (b.1896)
20 December – Aslaug Låstad Lygre, poet (b.1910).
26 December – Christopher Dahl, sailor and Olympic gold medallist (b.1898)
1966 in Norway Wikipedia
Events in the year 1966 in Norway.