Knut Domaas

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Knut Domaas (1873–1959) was a Norwegian newspaper editor.

He was born in Lesja. He started working in the newspaper Kysten in 1902 and became editor-in-chief in 1903. He started working in the newspaper Norges Handels- og Sjøfartstidende in 1912 and was editor-in-chief from 1914 to 1943. [1] [2] In the 1930s he was a member of the council of Norges Forsvarsforening. [3]

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References

  1. "Knut Domaas". Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 13 March 2011.
  2. News of Norway. The Representative. 1959. p. 96.
  3. Graff, Rolf (1936). Forsvarsforeningen i Norge gjennem femti år 1886–1936 (in Norwegian). Oslo: Grøndahl & Søn. pp. 141–142.
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Preceded by Chairman of the Norwegian Press Association
1928–1930
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Preceded by Chairman of the Norwegian Press Association
1934–1935
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