Haakon VII of Norway: The Man and the Monarch

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TIM GREVE
HAAKON VII
OF NORWAY

Founder of a New Monarchy

TRANSLATED FROM THE NORWEGIAN AND EDITED BY THOMAS KINGSTON DERRY

C. HURST & COMPANY · LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Contents vii
  • Plates x
  • 1 - The Early Years 1
  • Introduction 1
  • 2 - A Vacant Throne 15
  • Introduction (to Chapters 2 and 3) 15
  • 3 - King by Plebiscite 29
  • 4 - Initiation into Kingship 40
  • Introduction (to Chapters 4 and 5) 40
  • 5 - Public and Private Events, 1908 - 1914 56
  • 6 - The Impact of the First World War 70
  • Introduction 70
  • 7 - King, Parties and People, 1919-1935 85
  • 8 - The King and Foreign Policy 97
  • 9 - The King and the Royal Family 104
  • 10 - Before the Storm 114
  • Introduction (to Chapters 10 and 11) 114
  • 11 - The First War Winter 122
  • 12 - Facing Invasion 130
  • Introduction (to Chapters 12 and 13) 130
  • 13 - The Long Retreat 140
  • 14 - Resistance Centred on the King 148
  • Introduction 148
  • 15 - The Restoration 167
  • Introduction (to Chapters 15-17) 167
  • 16 - The Last Phase: A 'People's King' 176
  • 17 - 'Alt for Norge' -- a Pledge Fulfilled 187
  • Notes 191
  • Bibliographical Note 205
  • Index 207
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