Books: History of Norway

Here are some books on Norwegian history that might interest you

I have presented these books before, but as we have many new readers I present them again

History of Norway
Based on exhaustive research, History of Norway is a clear, informative and entertaining description of Norway’s history from the earliest cultures of the Stone Age to today’s oil and gas economy. Along the way, there are fascinating stories of Vikings, the Sami, kings and queens, farmers and fishermen, merchants and miners, the Black Death, the Hanseatic merchants, the Reformation, independence, emigration from Norway to America, polar explorers, the Nazi invasion and the Norwegian resistance in World War II, and much more!
Stories of Norway
In Stories of Norway, the author of History of Norway returns to tell more fascinating stories about people and events from pre-Viking times through the Second World War in Norway. There are descriptions of an ancient runestone, skaldic verses, and other significant historical writings, as well as the lives of kings and princesses, farmers and fishermen, hunters and witches, merchants and privateers, emigrants, laborers, resistance men and women, and Sami in these true stories and legends from Norway’s past.
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