Regions Norway

Survey Articles (Regional)

  • Norway managed to stay neutral during the First World War, but the war still crept into Norwegian life and impacted it in numerous ways. With a large merchant fleet – the fourth largest in the … READ MORE

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Regional Thematic Articles

  • The article focuses on how Norway’s neutrality during the First World War impacted domestic politics. A large majority of the country’s political elite supported neutrality throughout the war. In … READ MORE

    Regional Thematic
  • Compared to Sweden and Denmark, the humanitarian contribution by the Norwegian Red Cross during the Great War was uneven and, overall, limited. There were two main reasons for this. One, from the … READ MORE

    Regional Thematic
  • Before 1914, foreign intelligence activity in Norway was limited, reflecting its status as peaceful and non-aligned. This changed with the outbreak of the First World War, as Norway’s importance … READ MORE

    Regional Thematic
  • This article explores how Norwegian intellectuals and cultural elites interpreted the impact of the First World War on the world in general, Norwegian society, and their own lives. Despite Norway’s … READ MORE

    Regional Thematic
  • The outbreak of war in 1914 resulted in an unprecedented influx of foreign citizens who travelled to and through Norway. The population of Norway was relatively heterogeneous and the increase in … READ MORE

    Regional Thematic

Encyclopedic Entries

  • A minority section of the women’s movements opposed World War I and organized the International Congress of Women at The Hague in April 1915. Its participants demanded women’s rights and more … READ MORE

    Entry
  • During the 19th century, neutrality evolved into a set of legal and political tools designed to limit the impact of wars on the international system. This form of neutrality did not … READ MORE

    Entry

See also

  • Allied capacity at sea to sustain global transport and supply determined their ability to prevail in the First World War. The deployment of convoys to triumph over submarine warfare was an important … READ MORE

    Thematic
  • Female war reporters from belligerent and neutral countries were present in the major war theatres in Europe and the Middle East throughout 1914 to 1918. While admission of journalists to the war … READ MORE

    Thematic

Survey Articles (Regional)

  • Norway managed to stay neutral during the First World War, but the war still crept into Norwegian life and impacted it in numerous ways. With a large merchant fleet – the fourth largest in the … READ MORE

    Regional

Regional Thematic Articles

  • The article focuses on how Norway’s neutrality during the First World War impacted domestic politics. A large majority of the country’s political elite supported neutrality throughout the war. In … READ MORE

    Regional Thematic
  • Compared to Sweden and Denmark, the humanitarian contribution by the Norwegian Red Cross during the Great War was uneven and, overall, limited. There were two main reasons for this. One, from the … READ MORE

    Regional Thematic
  • Before 1914, foreign intelligence activity in Norway was limited, reflecting its status as peaceful and non-aligned. This changed with the outbreak of the First World War, as Norway’s importance … READ MORE

    Regional Thematic
  • This article explores how Norwegian intellectuals and cultural elites interpreted the impact of the First World War on the world in general, Norwegian society, and their own lives. Despite Norway’s … READ MORE

    Regional Thematic
  • The outbreak of war in 1914 resulted in an unprecedented influx of foreign citizens who travelled to and through Norway. The population of Norway was relatively heterogeneous and the increase in … READ MORE

    Regional Thematic

Encyclopedic Entries

  • A minority section of the women’s movements opposed World War I and organized the International Congress of Women at The Hague in April 1915. Its participants demanded women’s rights and more … READ MORE

    Entry
  • During the 19th century, neutrality evolved into a set of legal and political tools designed to limit the impact of wars on the international system. This form of neutrality did not … READ MORE

    Entry