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Norway-Denmark
Description: A US Armed Forces Information Film about Denmark and Norway in the 1950s.
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Clip #: TFA-325A
Length: 19:21
Year: 1953
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: Europe
Country: Denmark
Subject: Famous Buildings
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1950s, globe showing Scandinavia in relation to other rest of world, map highlighting Norway and Denmark, Norway, mountains, glaciers, rivers, rugged coastline, fjords, Midnight Sun, moderate climate in west coast, extremely cold winter weather in interior and north, Lapland, reindeer, Sámi people, Bergen, cityscape, city square, port, Oslo, street scenes, streetcars, University of Oslo, liberal government under King Haakon VII, mountain streams and rivers, waterfalls, hydroelectric power plant, timber, log driving, forests, sawmill, pulp mill, paper mill, shipbuilding, fishing industry, Lofoten, canning industry, sardines, canning factory, whaling industry, mining industry, farming, cattle, goats, livestock, draft horses, children and adults dressed in traditional costume, Lutherans, parade, festival, folk dancing, Oslo, Royal Palace and King Charles III John Statue (Karl Johan), flag of Norway being raised on flagpole, 1940, World War II, German occupation of Norway, liberation of Norway in 1945, King Haakon VII of Norway returning from exile in England driving in motorcade through street while onlookers wave flags, Norwegian Constitution Day celebrations, parade, King Haakon VII waving from Royal Palace balcony, reservists receiving military training, war games and training maneuvers in snow, Denmark, map showing Denmark in relation to Norway, Danish coastline, coastal cliffs, low and flat western part, ferryboat, islands, quaint seacoast towns, lighthouse, traditional Danish architecture, half-timbered, agricultural fields, farmland, farmers, horse drawn and modern agricultural equipment, small farm operators belonging to profit sharing cooperative, dairy farming, cattle, egg production, pigs being fed and eating from trough, fishing industry, fisherman repairing net, Copenhagen, fishwife sculpture, Copenhagen Fish Market, fishwives selling at market, shipyards, shipbuilding, Statue of the Little Mermaid, peat being harvested from bogs for fuel, windmills, manufacturing, manufactured goods for export including bricks, diesel engines, refrigeration equipment, machinery, factories, Cherry Heering Liqueur, brewery industry, Copenhagen, Carlsberg Brewery, prominent buildings and churches including Christiansborg Palace and Grundtvig's Church, Old Stock Exchange, Børsen, adults and children making crafts, handicrafts, craftspeople, Helsingør, Kronborg Castle, Copenhagen, Gefion Fountain, government buildings, social welfare, childcare, daycare, elderly man herding geese, male worker in factory, University of Copenhagen, Hans Christian Andersen statue, Statue of the Little Mermaid, people riding bicycles on city street, middle class, Tivoli Gardens restaurant, Frederik's Church, The Marble Church, Royal Guard, Denmark representative at United Nations session, cargo being unloaded from freighter, Marshall Plan logo, European Recovery Program, parade, children’s marching band, cargo ship docked at port

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