Fremtiden was a Norwegian newspaper, published in Drammen.
Fremtiden was started in 1905. Its first editor was Torgeir Vraa, who edited the newspaper from its start until his death in 1934. The paper became the main organ for the Norwegian Labour Party in Buskerud. During the 1980s its circulation was around 20,000 copies. Fremtiden ceased to appear in 2000.
The newspaper reappeared as Dagsavisen Fremtiden in 2013. This is a local edition of Dagsavisen . It is partly written by staff in Drammen while the rest of the newspaper consists of material from Dagsavisen.
Dagsavisen is a daily newspaper published in Oslo, Norway. The former party organ of the Norwegian Labour Party, the ties loosened over time from 1975 to 1999. After having been owned by an independent foundation for a few years, it is as of 2016 indirectly owned partly by Christian groups. It has borne several names, and was called Arbeiderbladet from 1923 to 1997.
Jens Lauritz Arup was a Norwegian bishop and politician.
Bernt Holtsmark was a Norwegian farmer and politician for the Conservative Party and the Liberal Left Party. He was a four-term member of the Parliament of Norway, and served as Minister of Agriculture from 1910 to 1912. He was also known for establishing the agricultural college at Sem in his native Asker.
Alf Steen Andersen was a Norwegian ski jumper. He was born in Drammen, but represented the Oslo clubs Sandaker, Skeid and Lyn. He won the gold medal in the individual large hill at the 1928 Winter Olympics in St. Moritz. He also won a bronze medal in the individual large hill at the 1935 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Vysoké Tatry.
Telemarksavisa is a Norwegian newspaper, published in Skien in Telemark county.
Events in the year 1991 in Norway.
Events in the year 1954 in Norway.
Events in the year 1919 in Norway.
Events in the year 1951 in Norway.
Johan Aschehoug Kiær was a Norwegian paleontologist and geologist.
Olav Larssen was a Norwegian newspaper editor and politician for the Labour and Communist parties.
Jón Sveinbjørn Jónsson was a Norwegian poet, children's writer and translator, born in Iceland.
Events in the year 2010 in Norway.
Polhøgda is the home of the Fridtjof Nansen Institute. It was originally built as the private home of Norwegian explorer Fridtjof Nansen.
Konrad Mathias Nordahl was a Norwegian trade unionist and politician for the Labour Party. He was the leader of the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions from 1939 to 1965, and an MP from 1958 to 1965.
Olaf Mørch Hansson was a Norwegian actor and theatre director, journalist and newspaper editor. He was married to Thora Hansson from 1880 to 1896, and then to Agnethe Schibsted-Hansson from 1896 to 1912.
Maja Refsum was a Norwegian sculptor and teacher.
Torgeir Tarjei Olavsson Vraa was a Norwegian educator, newspaper editor and politician for the Labour Party.
Ragnar Kvam was a Norwegian journalist, novelist, translator and literary critic. He was born in Tønsberg and grew up in Drammen. After the Second World War he was journalist in the newspaper Fremtiden, and the Norwegian News Agency. He made his literary debut in 1950 with the novel Alle vil hjem. Among his other novels are De herjede menn from 1953, Den store stillheten from 1964, and Krystallnatten from 1970. He translated many books into Norwegian language, including works by George Orwell, Virginia Woolf, Graham Greene, Oscar Wilde, C. P. Snow and Erich Maria Remarque.
The following is a list of notable events and releases of the year 1962 in Norwegian music.