Tolv Aamland (21 January 1893 – 10 December 1983) was a Norwegian politician for the Liberal Party.
He served as a deputy representative to the Parliament of Norway from Aust-Agder during the term 1945–1949. In total he met during ten days of parliamentary session.
Hailing from Birkenes, he was a school principal in his professional life. During the occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany he was imprisoned in Arkivet in May 1942.
Nasjonal Samling was a Norwegian far-right political party active from 1933 to 1945. It was the only legal party of Norway from 1942 to 1945. It was founded by former minister of defence Vidkun Quisling and a group of supporters such as Johan Bernhard Hjort – who led the party's paramilitary wing (Hirden) for a short time before leaving the party in 1937 after various internal conflicts. The party celebrated its founding on 17 May, Norway's national holiday, but was founded on 13 May 1933.
Ole Paus is a Norwegian singer, songwriter, poet and author, who is widely regarded as the foremost troubadour of the contemporary Norwegian ballad tradition. During the 1970s Paus was known for his biting social commentary, especially in his ironic and sometimes libellous "musical newspapers" in the form of broadside ballads in a series of albums titled "The Paus Post". He has later become known for a softer and more lyrical style, and has written some of Norway's best known songs, such as "Innerst i sjelen" and "Engler i sneen". He has often collaborated with Ketil Bjørnstad, notably on the "modern suite" Leve Patagonia; he has later collaborated with Kirkelig Kulturverksted on several projects, and with his son, the classical composer Marcus Paus, notably on the children's opera The Witches, Requiem and several later works. One of his songs, "Mitt lille land", gained wide popularity after the 2011 Norway attacks and was described as "the new national anthem". He has been described as the Norwegian counterpart of Bob Dylan and as the "voice of the nation." Paus was discovered by artists Alf Cranner and Alf Prøysen, and was mentored by André Bjerke, Jens Bjørneboe and Henny Moan. Paus is noted for his consistent use of Norwegian and has been eager for other Norwegian musicians to switch from English to Norwegian.
Sigbjørn Hølmebakk was a Norwegian author.
The Norwegian Union of General Workers is a trade union in Norway. It has a membership of 33,000 and is affiliated with the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions (LO).
The Norwegian Union of Chemical Industry Workers was a trade union representing workers in the chemical industry in Norway.
The Norwegian Union of Food, Beverage and Allied Workers is a trade union in Norway.
Finn Carling was a Norwegian novelist, playwright, poet and essayist.
Events in the year 1983 in Norway.
Events in the year 1893 in Norway.
The Quisling regime or Quisling government are common names used to refer to the fascist collaborationist government led by Vidkun Quisling in German-occupied Norway during the Second World War. The official name of the regime from 1 February 1942 until its dissolution in May 1945 was Den nasjonale regjering. Actual executive power was retained by the Reichskommissariat Norwegen, headed by Josef Terboven.
Sigmund Harald Grønmo is a Norwegian sociologist.
The Norwegian Union of Paper Industry Workers was a trade union representing workers involved in manufacturing paper in Norway.
Erik Røring Møinichen Lie was a Norwegian writer.
The Norwegian Union of Municipal Employees was a trade union in Norway, organized under the national Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions.
Aamland or Åmland is a Norwegian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Herbrand Lavik was a Norwegian journalist, short story writer, novelist, poet, translator and theatre critic.
Jens Tolv Beck was a Norwegian farmer and politician for the Agrarian Party.
Per Kvist was the artist name of Vidar Wexelsen, a Norwegian revue writer, entertainer, stage actor, film actor and children's writer.
The Norwegian Union of Textile Workers was a trade union representing workers in the textile industry in Norway.
The Norwegian Union of Planing Workers was a trade union representing workers in saw mills and related fields in Norway.