Norwegian Crown Prince, Many Notables, Attend Re-opening Ceremony of Oslo Synagogue

Many Norwegian notables, led by the Crown Prince, today attended the re-inauguration of the synagogue here, which was closed down during the German occupation when many Jews were deported from Norway to German concentration camps.

A memorial service for those who were killed in the concentration camps marked the re–opening of the synagogue. Chief Rabbi Freidiger of Denmark delivered a sermon thanking all those who helped the Jews in Norway during the trying period of the Nazi occupation, including the Royal House, the Church and the members of the present government who were active in the underground movement.

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