Oskar Friberg

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Oskar Friberg

Oskar Friberg (born 16 August 1919) is the oldest resident of the Estonian island of Vormsi.[1] He is an ethnic Swede.

Friberg served in the Estonian Armed Forces during the 1940 occupation and was automatically considered a member of the Soviet Armed Forces, where he fought in Courland. In 1941, he was wounded, returning home in 1946. He then built boats for a couple of years and tried to fish to no avail. After that, Friberg lived in Norrby.[2]

In 2014, he was congratulated on his 95th birthday.[3]

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