Budowa gmachu Poselstwa Norwegii w Warszawie w latach 1946–1949
Słowa kluczowe:Poselstwo Norwegii, Warszawa, stosunki polsko-norweskie, Alfred Danielsen, 1946–1949
The building an edifice for the Legation of Norway in Warsaw, in the years 1946 to 1949, remains one of the most important events in the Polish-Norwegian relations that took place after the Second World War. Alfred Danielsen, a Norwegian envoy in Warsaw, was the main initiator and organizer of the project. In sections I and II, we find a short biography of Danielsen. It includes the first major actions – such as purchasing of the burnt-out premises at Chopin Street 2A and information about how the building works were started. Another section refers to the problem of adding extra plots of land situated at Chopin Street 4, and the way Danielsen resolved this issue with the Warsaw authorities. The next two sections refer to the building process, implemented according to the Norwegian Building Committee guidelines. Finally, the last section describes the repair works in 1949 and moving of the Legation to its own building.