1954 in Norway
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Events in the year 1954 in Norway.
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- 28 March – Bear Island accident: A Royal Norwegian Air Force seaplane crashed on the Bear Island. The plane had a crew of 8 men and one passenger. One of the crew members survived the accident.
- 3 May - Asbjørn Sunde and Erling Nordby were convicted for treason and espionage in favour of the Soviet Union.
- State-owned Årdal og Sunndal Verk begins construction on the Sunndal plant.
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- Martin Stokken, cross country skier and athlete, is awarded the Holmenkollen medal, Norway's highest skiing award.
- Football Association of Norway joins UEFA.
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- 29 January - Vera Lysklætt, politician
- 18 February - Helen Bjørnøy, Lutheran minister and politician
- 28 April - Gunn Berit Gjerde, politician
- 10 July - Wenche Andersen, chef
- 28 August - Torgeir Schjerven, author and poet
- 5 September - Per Knut Aaland, cross country skier
- 20 September - Arne Blix, journalist
- 6 November - Karin Fossum, author
- 25 November - Kristin Moe, politician
- 21 December - Grethe Fossli, politician
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- Grete Berget, politician and Minister
- Jan Bugge-Mahrt, diplomat
- Bjørn Eidsvåg, singer, songwriter and Lutheran minister
- Bente Haukland Næss, politician
- 31 January – Christian Fredrik Monsen, politician (born 1878)
- 8 March – Leiv Heggstad, educator, linguist and translator (born 1879).
- 10 April – Oscar Mathisen, speed skater (born 1888)
- 28 April – Knud Leonard Knudsen, gymnast and Olympic gold-medallist (born 1879)
- 25 May - Snefrid Eriksmoen, politician (born 1894)
- 25 May - Albert Helgerud, rifle shooter and Olympic gold medallist (born 1876).
- 7 June - Sigurd Smebye, gymnast and Olympic bronze medallist (born 1886)
- 4 July - Wilhelm Blystad, track and field athlete (born 1881)
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- Knut Johannes Hougen, politician and Minister (born 1854)
- Fredrik Ludvig Konow, politician and Minister (born 1864)
- Rasmus Olsen Langeland, politician and Minister (born 1873)
- Per Berg Lund, politician and Minister (born 1878)
- Per Reidarson, composer and music critic (born 1879)
- Torjus Værland, politician and Minister (born 1868)
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