The Role of Britain in Late Modern Norwegian History: A Longitudinal Study

David Redvaldsen
  • Britain and the World, March 2016, Edinburgh University Press
  • DOI: 10.3366/brw.2016.0212

What is it about?

This article shows that Britain had significant influence on Norway as a state after 1814 and until recent decades. The relationship was particularly close 1940-1972. A number of crucial decisions for Norway were made under British tutelage or with regard to the recommendations or wishes of London.

Why is it important?

There has in recent years been an upsurge of scholarship considering the Anglo-Norwegian relationship or comparing the two countries. This article provides a suitable starting point for readers who want to place those studies in perspective or who are new to the field.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3366/brw.2016.0212

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