1921 in Norway
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Events in the year 1921 in Norway.
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- 6 May - A general strike begins in Norway.
- 17 September - the Dovre Line was opened.
- 18 September - Nidareid train disaster on the Trondhjem-Størenbanen railway line. Six people were killed in this, the first serious passenger train accident in Norway
- The 1921 Parliamentary election takes place.
Main article: 1921 in Norwegian football
- Harald Strøm, speedskater and football player, becomes the third to receive the Egebergs Ærespris, an award presented to Norwegian athletes who excel at two (or more) different sports.
Main article: 1921 in Norwegian music
Main article: List of Norwegian films before 1930 § 1920s
- The Olav Duun novel I eventyret (Odin in Fairyland) from the work Juvikfolket (The People of Juvik, 1918-23), was published.
- 5 January - Odd Højdahl, trade unionist, politician and Minister (died 1994)
- 6 January - Hans Aardal, politician (died 1995)
- 15 January - Kristian Ottosen, writer and public servant (died 2006)
- 4 February - Valter Gabrielsen, politician (died 1999)
- 27 February - Eigil Gullvåg, newspaper editor and politician (died 1991)
- 9 March - Wanda Hjort Heger, social worker
- 21 March - Vibeke Lunde, sailor and Olympic silver medallist (died 1962)
- 24 March - Kjell Stormoen, actor, scenographer and theatre director
- 25 March - Fredrik Jensen, decorated soldier in the German Waffen SS
- 6 April - Erland Asdahl, politician (died 1988)
- 7 April - Erling Sandene, judge and civil servant
- 9 April - Asbjørn Antoni Holm, politician (died 2001)
- 23 April - Ola H. Kveli, politician (died 2003)
- 9 May - Sverre Moen, politician (died 1987)
- 14 May - Arve Opsahl, film and stage actor, singer and stand-up comedian (died 2007)
- 16 May - Odd With, politician (died 2006)
- 27 May - Thor Lund, politician (died 1999)
- 5 June - Rolf Gjermundsen, politician (died 1994)
- 11 June - Einar Hole Moxnes, politician and Minister (died 2006)
- 15 June - Harald Sverre Olsen, politician
- 27 June – Frank Weylert, actor and singer.
- 30 June - Gunvor Hofmo, writer and poet (died 1995)
- 10 July – Eva Kløvstad, resistance leader.
- 11 July - Petter Hugsted, ski jumper and Olympic gold medallist (died 2000)
- 13 July - Carl Monssen, rower and Olympic bronze medallist (died 1992)
- 15 August - Nils Christensen, aircraft engineer
- 23 September - Annemarie Lorentzen, politician and Minister (died 2008)
- 28 September - Åge Ramberg, politician (died 1991)
- 8 October - Odd Mæhlum, javelin thrower (died 2011).
- 10 October - Gunnar Thoresen, bobsledder (died 1972)
- 17 October – Edel Hætta Eriksen, schoolteacher and politician.
- 11 November - Trygve Olsen, politician (died 1979)
- 27 November - Aud Alvær, politician (died 2000)
- 28 November - Olav Hagen, cross country skier and Olympic bronze medallist.
Full date unknown
- Gunnar S. Gundersen, painter (died 1983)
- Vidkunn Hveding, politician and Minister (died 2001)
- Johan Jørgen Ugland, businessman (died 2010)
- 8 February - Francis Hagerup, lawyer, diplomat, politician and twice Prime Minister of Norway (born 1853)
- 25 February - Elizabeth Fedde, Lutheran Deaconess who established the Norwegian Relief Society (born 1850)
- 25 July - Peder Nilsen, politician and Minister (born 1846)
- 19 September - Erik Glosimodt, architect (born 1881)
Full date unknown
- Lars Kristian Abrahamsen, politician and Minister (born 1855)
- Nils S. Dvergsdal, politician (born 1842)
- Waldemar Hansteen, architect (born 1857)
- Gjert Holsen, politician (born 1855)
- Bore, Thor Bjarne. "Frank Weylert". In Helle, Knut. Norsk biografisk leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 26 March 2013.
- Moland, Arnfinn. "Eva Kløvstad". In Helle, Knut. Norsk biografisk leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 10 January 2013.
- "Odd Mæhlum". SR/Olympic Sports. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 10 January 2013.
- Hirsti, Reidar. "Edel Hætta Eriksen". In Helle, Knut. Norsk biografisk leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 15 February 2017.
- "Olav Hagen". SR/Olympic Sports. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 7 January 2013.
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