1900 in Norway
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List of years in Norway
Events in the year 1900 in Norway.
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- 17 February - The Norwegian Ministry of Agriculture and Food is established
- 21 November – the Norwegian Employers' Association was founded.
- 3 December – Population Census: There were 2,239,881 inhabitants in Norway.
- The 1900 Parliamentary election takes place.
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- 5 January - Nina Eik-Nes, politician (died 1997)
- 31 January - Bertel Flaten, politician (died 1963)
- 14 February - Ola Johan Gjengedal, politician (died 1992)
- 4 March – Axel Coldevin, historian (died 1992).
- 15 March - Christian Schweigaard Stang, linguistics researcher and professor (died 1977)
- 16 March - Ragnhild Larsen, diver (died 1969)
- 26 March - Ivar Jacobsen Norevik, politician (died 1956)
- 28 March - Olav Marensius Strandås, politician (died 1981)
- 17 April - Ejnar Torgensen, sailor and Olympic silver medallist (died 1932)
- 10 May - Gunvald Engelstad, politician (died 1972)
- 13 May - Frithjof Bettum, jurist and politician (died 1984)
- 1 June - Bjarne Råsberg, photographer (died 1942)
- 12 June - Hjalmar Nygaard, boxer (died 1937)
- 13 June - Johan Støa, multi-sportsman (died 1991)
- 30 June - Knut Rød, police officer responsible for the transfer of Jewish people to SS troops in Oslo, acquitted (died 1986)
- 5 July - Ole Hegge, cross country skier and Olympic silver medallist (died 1994)
- 17 July - Eilert Bøhm, gymnast and Olympic silver medallist (died 1982)
- 21 July - Ole Rømer Aagaard Sandberg, politician (died 1985)
- 5 August - Sverre Sørsdal, boxer and Olympic silver medallist (died 1996)
- 14 August - Arne Korsmo, architect (died 1968 in Norway)
- 29 August - Thorleif Christoffersen, Olympic gold medallist (died 1975)
- 13 September - Viggo Hansteen, lawyer and politician, executed (died 1941)
- 17 September - Martha Ostenso, Canadian novelist and screenwriter (died 1963)
- 23 September - Jørgen Vogt, newspaper editor and politician (died 1972)
- 26 September - Hjalmar Strømme, boxer (died 1925)
- 30 September - Erling Johan Vindenes, politician (died 1984)
- 8 October - Torstein Selvik, politician (died 1983)
- 14 October - Arne Mortensen, rower and Olympic bronze medallist (died 1942)
- 18 October - Jens Schive, journalist and diplomat (died 1962)
- 15 December - Arthur Olsen, boxer (died 1951)
- 24 December – Dagfinn Zwilgmeyer, psalmist (died 1979).
- 30 December – Lillemor von Hanno, actress and writer (died 1984).
Full date unknown
- Eivind Stenersen Engelstad, archaeologist and art historian (died 1969)
- Gunnar Emil Garfors, poet (died 1979)
- Gunnar Larsen, journalist, writer and translator (died 1958)
- Einar Skjæraasen, author (died 1966)
- 13 January - Peter Waage, chemist and professor (born 1833)
- 28 May - Morten Diderik Emil Lambrechts, jurist and politician (born 1824)
- 29 July - Sigbjørn Obstfelder, writer (born 1866)
Full date unknown
- Christen Christensen, military officer and politician (born 1826)
- Thomas Henrik Hammer, jurist and politician (born 1815)
- Henrik Laurentius Helliesen, politician and Minister (born 1824)
- Jacob Lerche Johansen, politician and Minister (born 1818)
- Niels Mathiesen, politician and merchant (born 1829)
- Bernt Julius Muus, Lutheran minister (born 1832)
- Augusta Schrumpf, actress and opera singer (born 1813)
- Lysaker, Trygve. "Axel Coldevin". In Helle, Knut. Norsk biografisk leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 26 February 2013.
- Elstad, Hallgeir. "Dagfinn Zwilgmeyer". In Helle, Knut. Norsk biografisk leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 25 January 2013.
- Brodal, Svein Erik. "Lillemor Von Hanno". In Helle, Knut. Norsk biografisk leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 19 March 2013.