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Eivind Funnemark returns to Daughters of Norway


Last updated 3/27/2014 at Noon

Eivind Funnemark talks about life in Norway during WWII.

RAINBOW – The Daughters of Norway, Hulda Garborg Lodge #49, will hold their next meeting on Saturday, April 12, with a talk by Eivind Funnemark at 11 a.m. He originally presented his personal story to the Daughters of Norway in March 2013. He is now returning to continue the next phase of his story.

Funnemark was born in Telemark, Norway and was 14 years old when World War II started. He started helping out with the courier service for the Norwegian underground at an early age and eventually had to flee to Sweden for fear of being discovered and placed in a slave labor camp. He now l...

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