Beth Dulin

Beth DulinDulin, age 20, ran an underground newspaper for the resistance in Norway during Nazi occupation and was captured and tortured for information by Gestapo. After escape and War's end, she came to Minneapolis to marry U.S. soldier she fell in love with at a party in Oslo, but found that he was already married. She is pictured here with her first love, the piano.

CountryUnited States of America
CollectionHennepin County Library
Year1946
Timespan1946
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Location
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Repository Pagehttp://dp.la/api/items/0034a8cd28d10c27dbd46009ecdfdcb3#Sour...
Web Pagehttp://digitalcollections.hclib.org/cdm/ref/collection/MplsP...
Subject TermsEscaped prisoners of war, Journalists, Marriage, Pianists, Piano, Resistance movements, War, Underground newspapers, World War, 1939-1945, Dulin, Beth, Norway, Underground movements
ProviderMinnesota Digital Library