NORWAY: Mother and Son

Taffy-haired, wide-eyed Gunnar Skog (a pseudonym) was a schoolboy of 16 when the Nazis overran Norway four years ago. Like thousands of others among his 2,900,000 countrymen, he went into the underground to fight the German-Quisling tyranny. Recently he escaped to Sweden, then to Britain. Last week, en route through New York to "Little Norway" in Canada, where he expects to become a Royal Air Force navigator, he told this story of life under the Germans:

Boy at Work. At home, our day began at 7 a.m. Before breakfast we had to...

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