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De gamle Russland og det nye Norge (1905-1917). Et naboskap uten frykt? / Jens Petter Nielsen.

Title: De gamle Russland og det nye Norge (1905-1917). Et naboskap uten frykt? / Jens Petter Nielsen.
Translated title: The old Russia and the new Norway (1905-1917). A neighbourhood without fear?.
Author(s): Nielsen, Jens Petter.
Date: 1996.
Publisher: Archangel'sk: Pomorskiy Universitet
Language: Norwegian.
In: Frykt og forventning : Russland og Norge i det 20. århundre. (1996.),
Abstract: Russian foreign policy in 19th Cent. was interpreted by Sweden as threatening North Norway, despite ice-free Murman coast. Pomor traders and itinerant Russian saw-sharpeners were seen as thin end of wedge or spies for Russian takeover. Norwegians were less suspicious. 1905 was very stressful time for Russia, just as Norway gained independence. Even Murman railway and aim for passage through Dardanelles could be interpreted for or against fear of northern expansion. Notables expressing opinions included Hedin, Ibsen's son Sigurd, Bjørnson and Nansen. After 1917, independent Finland became possible threat, wanting corridor to Arctic ocean.
Notes:

In: Frykt og forventning : Russland og Norge i det 20. århundre / Vladislav Ivanovitch Goldin, Jens Petter Nielsen, eds.

Keywords: 32 -- Politics.
355 -- Defence.
359 -- Navy.
93"19" -- Twentieth century.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*531.9) -- Murmanskaya Oblast'.
(*56) -- Finland.
(*58) -- Norway.
SPRI record no.: 141777

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