1941 in Norway
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Events in the year 1941 in Norway.
- Government in Exile (in London)
- German Military Governor
- 4 March – British Commandos carry out a successful raid on the Lofoten Islands.
- 21 May – A theatre strike starts in Oslo, spreading to Bergen and Trondheim from the next day, and lasts for five weeks.
- 27 December – British Commandos raid the port of Vaagso, causing Hitler to reinforce the garrison and defenses, drawing vital troops away from other areas.
- Friheten, a weekly newspaper published by the Norwegian Communist Party, is founded illegally.
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- Thorbjørn Egner - Truls og Kari: en liten bok for store og små
- 5 January - Kjell Almskog, businessperson
- 12 January - John Bjørnebye, diplomat
- 29 January - Leif Måsvær, politician
- 24 February - Kari Onstad, singer and actress
- 13 March - Torgeir Garmo, politician
- 17 March - Magnus Stangeland, politician
- 20 March - Atle Kittang, literary researcher and literary critic (died 2013).
- 25 March - Gudmund Hernes, politician and Minister
- 3 April - Erik Mollatt, businessperson
- 8 April - Jan Christiansen, international soccer player and coach
- 9 April - Ivar Lykke, architect
- 17 April - Petter Thomassen, politician and Minister (died 2003)
- 20 April - Åshild Hauan, politician
- 29 April - Kjell Engebretsen, politician
- 1 May - Magne Thomassen, speed skater and Olympic silver medallist
- 17 May - Helge Hveem, political scientist and politician
- 29 May - Inger Aufles, cross country skier and Olympic gold medallist
- 5 June - Gjermund Eggen, cross country skier and World Champion
- 19 June - Finn Wagle, bishop
- 20 June - Odd Bondevik, bishop
- 14 July - Ivar Nordkild, biathlete and World Champion
- 16 July - Dag Solstad, novelist, short-story writer, and dramatist
- 22 July - Ole Jørgen Benedictow, historian
- 6 August – Svein Christiansen, jazz drummer (died 2015)
- 12 August - Egil Tynæs, medical doctor, killed in Afghanistan (died 2004)
- 21 August - Andreas Hamnes, politician
- 23 August - Odd Reinsfelt, politician
- 31 August - Knut Faldbakken, novelist
- 17 September - Nils Arne Eggen, international soccer player and manager
- 18 September - Inger-Marie Ytterhorn, politician
- 2 October - Oddbjørn Snøfugl, politician
- 26 October - Torgeir Brandtzæg, ski jumper and Olympic bronze medallist
- 27 October - Gerd Brantenberg, author, teacher and feminist writer
- 7 November - Lise Skjåk Bræk, textile artist
- 9 November - Harald Berg, international soccer player
- 11 November - Hans J. Røsjorde, politician
- 19 November - Ragna Berget Jørgensen, politician
- 18 December - Dagfinn Habberstad, trade unionist and civil servant
Full date unknown
- Gro Pedersen Claussen, ceramic and textile designer
- Jørgen Haugan, author and lecturer
- Carl Høgset, choral conductor
- Steinar Killi, civil servant
- Arne Simonsen, civil servant
- 9 January (in England) - Ragnar Vik, sailor and Olympic gold medallist (born 1893).
- 24 January - Finn Blakstad, farmer and politician (born 1865)
- 1 August - Waldemar Ager, newspaperman and author in America (born 1869)
- 10 September - Viggo Hansteen, lawyer and politician, executed (born 1900)
- 10 September - Rolf Wickstrøm, labour activist, executed (born 1912)
- 15 November - Fredrik Stang, politician and Minister (born 1867)
- 3 December - Christian Sinding, composer (born 1856)
- 27 December - Martin Linge, actor and military commander (born 1894)
Full date unknown
- Adolf Agthe, architect (born 1863)
- Bernt Holtsmark, politician (born 1859)
- Ole Konrad Ribsskog, politician (born 1886)
- Rønneberg, Anton (1949). Nationaltheatret gjennom femti år (in Norwegian). Oslo: Gyldendal. pp. 382–387.
- Ringdal, Nils Johan (1995). "Teaterstreiken". In Dahl; Hjeltnes; Nøkleby; Ringdal; Sørensen. Norsk krigsleksikon 1940–1945 (in Norwegian). Oslo: Cappelen. ISBN 82-02-14138-9. Retrieved 19 March 2013.
- Rottem, Øystein. "Atle Kittang". In Helle, Knut. Norsk biografisk leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 1 December 2013.
- "Ragnar Vik". SR/Olympic Sports. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 12 November 2012.
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