Haakon VII

(1872-1957) King of Norway from 1905. Born Prince Charles, the second son of Frederick VIII of Denmark, he was elected king of Norway on the country's separation from Sweden, and in 1906 he took the name...
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Haakon VII

first king of Norway following the restoration of that country`s full independence in 1905.[3 related articles]
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Haakon VII

Haakon VII, 1872–1957, king of Norway (1905–57). Formerly Prince Charles, second son of King Frederick VIII of Denmark, he was elected by the Storting to the throne on the separation of Norway from Sweden in 1905 and took the name Haakon. He married Princess Maud, the daughter of Edward ...
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Haakon Vii

Haakon VII was King of Norway from 1905 to 1957. He was born in 1872 and died in 1957. He was the second son of King Frederick VIII of Denmark, his elder brother being King of Denmark. King of Norway during the Second World War, he fled to England with the British forces when they evacuated in June 1940, and from exile he led the resistance against...
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Haakon VII

King of Norway from 1905. Born Prince Charles, the second son of Frederick VIII of Denmark, he was elected king of Norway on the country's separation from Sweden, and in 1906 he took the name Haakon. On the German invasion in 1940 he refused to accept Vidkun Quisling's collaborationist government, and instead escaped to London and acted as ...
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Haakon VII

[disambiguation] Haakon VII (1872–1957) was King of Norway from 1905 to 1957. Haakon VII may also refer to: ...
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