1910 in Norway

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1910
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In 1910 Haakon VII serves his sixth year as King of Norway. On 1 February Wollert Konow takes over as Prime Minister after Gunnar Knudsen, who has held this position since 1908.

The Parliament passes a resolution about universal suffrage for women in municipal elections on 30 April.[1] In Finnmark the Kirkenes–Bjørnevatn Line opens this year, and the Bøkfjord Lighthouse outside Kirkenes is completed.[2] The Norwegian Institute of Technology is opened in Trondheim,[1] as well as the accociated Student Society in Trondheim. The factory Norsk Gjærde- og Metaldukfabrik is founded.[3] Also the Solør Line between Flisa and Elverum opens this year.[1]

Several of the most difficult summits in Norway are first ascended in 1910. The climbing of Stetind in Nordland by Bryn, Rubenson and Schjelderup[4] is followed by the same group's first ascent of Svolværgeita[5] and Trakta[6] in the Lofoten archipelago. There are now 278 newspapers in Norway.[1] Among the new newspapers is Tidens Tegn, founded by Ola Thommessen,[7] and the cultural magazine Kunst og Kultur is founded by Harry Fett and Haakon Shetelig.[8]

In February anarchist writer Hans Jæger dies,[9] and Nobel Laureate Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson dies in April.[10] Politicians Stousland, Sunde, Ullmann and Segelcke die this year. In January later Prime Minister Trygve Bratteli is born,[11] and later government minister Jens Haugland is born in April.[12] The popular comedian Leif Juster is born in February this year.[13] Folk musician Sigbjørn Bernhoft Osa is born in May, poet and actor Claes Gill is born in October,[14] and Jens Book-Jenssen, the best-selling Norwegian artist in Norway in the 20th century, is born in November.[15] Footballers and 1936 Olympic medalists Magnar Isaksen and Magdalon Monsen are born this year,[16][17] as is illustrator Borghild Rud,[18] professor of anatomy Alf Brodal[19] and historian Ingrid Semmingsen.[20]

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Events[edit]

First woman to cast her vote in the municipal election, Akershus Castle.
Stetind was first ascended in 1910 by Bryn, Rubenson and Schjelderup.[4]

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Notable births[edit]

Jens Book-Jenssen came to be the best-selling Norwegian artist in the 20th century.[15]

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Notable deaths[edit]

Nobel laureate Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson died in 1910.[10]

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