Thursday, November 03, 2011
Norway's king and the Nazis
There is a new book about Norway's monarchy by Tor Bormann-Larsen.
It reveals that, in the 1930s, Norway's Crown Prince, Olav, wanted Britain and Norway to cooperate with Hitler and Nazi Germany.
It reveals that Olav did not want to leave Norway when the Nazis invaded.
Olav became King in 1957 and died in 1991.
Sir Francis Laking and Norway's King Olav
Norway's royal bloodline is 'British'
Tor Bomann-Larsen claims that Olav's real father may be the British doctor, Sir Francis Laking, or Laking's son.
Olav's British mother, Queen Maud, may have been made pregnant by Laking, to cover up for King Haakon's infertility.
Laking was one of the British royal family's doctors.
Haakon and Maud had been childless for six years when Olav was born on 2 July, 1903.
Bomann-Larsen says that in the 10 months before Olav was born, Haakon and Maud met only once.
"At the time when the fertilisation normally would have taken place King Haakon was on a marine vessel in Denmark and Queen Maud was lying in hospital in England," says Bomann-Larsen.
Bomann-Larsen suggests that Queen Maud, a British princess, died in London in 1938 as a result of euthanasia administered by her British doctor.