Princess Anne to visit Norway

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Princess Anne is set to visit Norway later this month.

The Princess Royal will be in Oslo on 22 May for a joint engagement with Crown Prince Haakon of Norway.

The British and Norwegian royals will visit the Hjemmefront Museum and unveil a plaque after a tour. The museum’s new collection will focus on the Nazi resistance during the German occupation. It will feature equipment, photos and documents from the Second World War.

The visit showcases the intelligence cooperation between Norway and the United Kingdom during World War II.

During the Nazi occupation of Norway, the Norwegian King Haakon and Crown Prince Olav led the government in exile and spent time with the British Royal Family in London.

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