Princess Mette-Marit attended a memorial event at University Aula

Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway attended a memorial event at University Aula, held for the purpose of memorializing citizens who were of Jewish origin and deported from Norway 75 years ago. At the World War 2, Nazis who invaded Norway arrested all Jewish men on October 26, 1942 and sent them to Auschwitz concentration camp. Women and children were arrested on November 26 in order to deport them. Before the arrests, more than 2 thousand Jewish people were living in Norway.
Jewish origin and deported from Norway 75 years ago. 1942 Auschwitz concentration camp. memorial event
Jewish deported from Norway 75 years. 1942 Auschwitz camp. memorial event. Alexander Mcqueen Coat
Jewish origin and deported from Norway 75 years ago. 1942 Auschwitz concentration camp. memorial event
Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore Alexander Mcqueen Coat
ALEXANDER MCQUEEN Coat

4 comments:

  1. We can never forget about this terribel history of holocaust and German nazi concentretion camp.

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  2. I like the last photo !!!
    I do not mind her black tights at all. I can easily imagine Norway’s cold winter.

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  3. Sad occasion. I like MM coat and boots, she looks a bit more modern than usual.

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  4. She looks really good! I like the jacket, tights and boots!

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