Kristiansand

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Kvadraturen in Kristiansand
coat of arms

Kristiansand is a municipality[1] in Norway's Vest-Agder county. Kristiansand was created as a ["city-municipality"] bykommune in 1837.[1]

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On 29 July 2017 around 70 Nazis held an illegal[2] demonstration and march[3] in [the centre of] Kristiansand, without being opposed by the police;[4] one person who placed himself in the way of the Nazis, and another[5] who demonstrated agaist the Nazis, were removed by the police.[6][7] The demonstration [and march] was held by Nordic Resistance Movement (en).[8]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Thorsnæs, Geir; Nilsen, Jan Erik; Bjørtvedt, Erlend (1 November 2018). "Kristiansand" – via Store norske leksikon.
  2. John Berg."Nazister - hvor står jussen?". Aftenposten. 2017-08-4. p. 15. "... major (R), forsvarsanalytiker". Check date values in: |date= (help)
  3. Erna Solberg. "Jeg er svært bekymret over at høyreekstreme igjen marsjerer i norske gater" [I am quite concerned that right-wing extremists again are marching in the streets of Norway]
  4. "– Har det skjedd straffbare forhold, vil vi etterforske dette". Fædrelandsvennen.
  5. "Politiet tar selvkritikk etter nazimarsj". www.vg.no.
  6. AS, TV 2. "Ole brakk ribbeinet da han stilte seg foran nazimarsjen: - Er det jeg som lager bråk?". TV 2.
  7. Tellefsen, Ole Bernt; filmregissør; forfatter; Musiker, Skuespiller Og (6 September 2017). "Kan du fatte hvor de brune får råskapen sin fra?". Dagbladet.no.
  8. Nilsen, Anne Torhild (25 August 2017). "Forbyr uniform i Pride-parade". NRK.

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