(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
Alf Roar Berg (1933–1922) and his wife Joe Berg were endlessly hospitable. Perhaps it was their shared experience from the Middle East that meant that their home was always open to friends and acquaintances, for coffee and conversations, with Nordic colleagues, scientists and generals, Iranian and Arab families and Chinese teachers and attachés. Alf Roar Berg listened and spoke in a low voice, and he had little left for arrogant . . .
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