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Look to Norway
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  1. " speech by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was given during the handover ceremony of the Royal Norwegian Navy ship HNoMS King Haakon VII at the Washington Navy Yard on 16 September 1942

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 18, 2009
  2. The 1943 Hollywood-film Edge of Darkness starring Errol Flynn told the story of a fictional fishing village in Norway starting an armed uprising against their German occupiers

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  3. In the speech the President said: "If there is anyone who still wonders why this war is being fought, let him look to Norway

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  4. If there is anyone who has any delusions that this war could have been averted, let him look to Norway

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  5. and if there is anyone who doubts the democratic will to win, again I say, let him look to Norway." The speech served as an important source of inspiration to Norwegians fighting the German occupation of Norway and the rest of Europe as well as for t

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  6. The speech also made an impact on Norwegian-Americans and the rest of the American public's opinion on the struggle in Europe

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