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Norway Revolts Against the Nazis
Norway Revolts Against the Nazis
By Jacob Worm-Müller
Drummond, 1941, 152 pp.

The author, until recently professor of history at Oslo University, was a Liberal Party representative in the abortive negotiations by which the Nazis hoped to obtain the collaboration of the Norwegian people. His account of these efforts and of the early days of German rule in Norway is invaluable for the light it throws on Nazi methods and on the metamorphosis from inert stupefaction to organized resistance through which the Norwegian people have gone. Professor Worm-Müller later escaped to England.