After 27 months of the sickening taste of Quisling, the Norwegian Government-in-Exile knows what nourishment it wants in the world of the future.* Last week a bulletin of the government described its appetite:

>Norway, for future security, wants alliances with its great Atlantic allies, Great Britain and the U.S. Its tragic experience under the Nazis has taught Norway that small nations cannot be neutral.

>Norway has abandoned the pre-war idea of a Nordic bloc (Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland), both because such a bloc could not defend itself against "one or more of the Great...

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