Den 17de Mai
History and profile
The founder and first editor-in-chief of Den 17de Mai was Rasmus Steinsvik, who edited the newspaper until his death in 1913. Arne Garborg was co-editor the first four years. Later editors were Anders Hamre and Einar Breidsvoll. The newspaper was very significant for the Nynorsk movement. It was also the main periodical for the Nynorsk "language struggle". The paper had a liberal leaning.
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