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Erik Ragnar Norberg

archivist , historian

Erik Ragnar Norberg, Swedish archivist, historian. Member International Council on Archives (vice president 1993), Royal Academy Letters, History and Antiquities, Royal Academy War Sciences (vice president 1994), Royal Academy Naval Sciences, Commission on Military History (president 1991).

Background

Norberg, Erik Ragnar was born on December 14, 1942 in Stockholm. Son of Olof Ragnar and Inga Elisabeth (Falk) Norberg.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University Stockholm, 1972.

Career

Teacher University of Stockholm, Sweden, 1965-1968. Military historian Royal Armed Forces Staff College, Stockholm, 1966-1970. Senior archivist Fortifications Administration, 1971-1979, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, Vienna, 1973-1975, Royal Military Archives, Stockholm, 1979-1982, director, 1982-1991.

Director general National Archives, since 1991. Consultant United Nations Educational, Libya, 1990.

Membership

Member International Council on Archives (vice president 1993), Royal Academy Letters, History and Antiquities, Royal Academy War Sciences (vice president 1994), Royal Academy Naval Sciences, Commission on Military History (president 1991).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Yachting, skiing, tennis.

Connections

Married Birgitta Olsson, March 28, 1969. Children: Peter, Johan.

father:
Olof Ragnar Norberg

mother:
Inga Elisabeth (Falk) Norberg

spouse:
Birgitta Olsson

children:
Peter Norberg

Johan Norberg