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200th Anniversary of Norway's Constitution: Events in Denmark; May 2014



To mark the 200th anniversary of the Norwegian constitution,
which also marks the anniversary of the Danish-Norwegian split,
several events will take place in Denmark in May 2014.


May 21: Crown Prince Frederik visits the Norwegian frigate KNM Helge Ingstad at the Langelinje Dock
May 21: Crown Prince Frederik sails from Amalienhaven to Orlogsmuseet in Christianshavn to attend the opening of the exhibition Under The Common Flag
May 23: Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Prince Haakon participate in a wreath laying ceremony at King Christian VIII's sarcophagus at Roskilde Cathedral
May 23: The Danish Royal Family, Queen Sonja and Crown Prince Haakon attend the Two Countries - One Story opera at Operaen
May 24: Queen Margrethe II and Queen Sonja attend a seminar arranged by the Danish-Norwegian Co-Operation Foundation at Schæffergården


The thread for the events celebrated in Norway can be found here.

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Crown Prince Frederik visited the Norwegian frigate KNM Helge Ingstad in Copenhagen today, May 21, in connection with the 200th anniversary of Norway's constitution.



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Frederik in uniform

Let's have some more pics.. Here are pics and article from sn.dk

http://www.sn.dk/modules/xphoto/cach..._0_0_0_0_2.jpg
http://www.sn.dk/modules/xphoto/cach..._0_0_0_0_2.jpg
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http://www.sn.dk/modules/xphoto/cach..._0_0_0_0_2.jpg
http://www.sn.dk/modules/xphoto/cach..._0_0_0_0_2.jpg

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Kronprins Frederik besøgte norsk fregat - sn.dk - sn.dk - Danmark

Later today, Frederik will sail from Amaliehaven (just behind Amalienborg) to Orlogsmuseet at Christianshavn to attend the opening of the special exhibition "Under the common flag".

And finally, will Frederik and Mary tonight hold a dinner for the Mary Foundation's Presidium in Frederik VIII's Palace.
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Thanks Roskilde & Iceflower

Let's have a closer look at the uniforms. http://www.sn.dk/modules/xphoto/cach..._0_0_0_0_2.jpg

Frederik is wearing the dress uniform of a commodore. (Kommandør = roughly equivalent to commodore).

The Norwegian officer is interesting. I presume he is the officer of the watch judging from the gorget around his neck.
A gorget being an old symbol of authority. I.e. first officers and NCOs. Later commanding officers and provosts and military police. (The most wellknown in that respect being the German military police, nicknamed "chain-dogs", due to their gorget hanging around their necks in a chain).

The seaman presenting arms almost brings tears to my eyes. He is armed with the M75 aka Gewehr 3 aka Heckler & Koch 7.62. - The standard service rifle in the Danish military back in my time.
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Frederik in his naval uniform is just perfection
especially these two pics
http://www.sn.dk/modules/xphoto/cache/47/555847.jpg
http://www.sn.dk/modules/xphoto/cache/45/555845.jpg

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Se Frederik på skibs-visit - 1 - Se Frederik på skibs-visit - MSN Nyheder - Se de seneste gallerier fra nyheder og sport
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If you are drooling over these pics, you're gonna love the pics of Frederik at the Naval Museum! This time wearing the full dress uniform.

Now for a little language thing:
The Danish name for the museum is Orlogsmuseet. But the old Danish name for the navy is Orlogsflåden, and a warship is still called a Orlogsskib. A navy seaman is called an Orlogsgast, and a navy captain an Orlogskaptajn.
I think you've worked out by now that the word orlog = navy.
The words goes back at least to the 1600's and as far as I have learned the word was originally Dutch. IIRC the Dutch word was/is orlop.
For periods during the 1600's the Dutch navy was state of the art and quite a few Dutchmen settled in DK during that period, not to mention that we were frequent allies, so the word very natually seems to have been adopted into Danish.
It would be interesting to learn whether variations of that word is also used in other languages, and whether it is still used today.
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If you are drooling over these pics, you're gonna love the pics of Frederik at the Naval Museum! This time wearing the full dress uniform.

Now for a little language thing:
The Danish name for the museum is Orlogsmuseet. But the old Danish name for the navy is Orlogsflåden, and a warship is still called a Orlogsskib. A navy seaman is called an Orlogsgast, and a navy captain an Orlogskaptajn.
I think you've worked out by now that the word orlog = navy.
The words goes back at least to the 1600's and as far as I have learned the word was originally Dutch. IIRC the Dutch word was/is orlop.
For periods during the 1600's the Dutch navy was state of the art and quite a few Dutchmen settled in DK during that period, not to mention that we were frequent allies, so the word very natually seems to have been adopted into Danish.
It would be interesting to learn whether variations of that word is also used in other languages, and whether it is still used today.

thank you as always for the background info.

and yes he looks fantastic
Kronprins Frederiks solrige sejltur i København | Billed Bladet

especially here
http://www.billedbladet.dk/sites/bil...?itok=c-IZVFG0

Not that Im complaining but why would he change? is it due to the time of day or?
either way its a win win day for me

http://www.sn.dk/modules/xphoto/cache/45/555845.jpg
http://www.billedbladet.dk/sites/bil...?itok=c-IZVFG0

Another picture at the National Museum opening
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BoKVAQjIAAAcNBe.jpg:large
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Good coverage of Frederik's day on BB today.

Here an article from Frederik's boat trip over to the Orlogsmuseet at Christianshavn to attend the opening of the special exhibition "Under the common flag".

Kronprins Frederiks solrige sejltur i København | Billed Bladet

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http://www.billedbladet.dk/sites/bil...?itok=c-IZVFG0
http://www.billedbladet.dk/sites/bil...?itok=c-zMsVjI
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And now a little treat for some of our members: Se billederne: Kronprinsen fejrer Norge | www.bt.dk
A twelve pic gallery of Frederik in his navy uniform.

http://www.bt.dk/royale/se-billedern...-norge#slide-3
This is a seriously beautiful model of the ship-of-the-line Dannebroge. She blew up during a battle in 1710, During the Great Nordic War. Quite a lot of her crew were of course Norwegian. (And German, with the odd Faroese and Icelander here and there as well). Despite the loss of this ship the Swedish navy was beaten.
At the exhibition Frederik is visting are displayed a number of items recovered from the wreck.

To put things into perspective, when a ship this large blew up or was lost in other ways it was serious! In 1710 it could easily have a crew of some 500-600. Back then that was equivalent to the entire population of a small town.
Or to put it into a modern context, equivalent to the entire population of Flensburg, Germany. Or Falmouth, England. Or in Danish context the town of Grenaa.
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Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Prince Haakon at Roskilde Cathedral; May 23, 2014

HRH The Crown Prince participates together with HRH Crown Prince Haakon in commemoration of Roskilde Cathedral in connection with the 200th anniversary of the Norwegian constitution pm. 15.00.

HRH The Crown Prince participates Friday, May 23, 2014, together with HRH Crown Prince Haakon in commemoration of Roskilde Cathedral in connection with the 200th anniversary of the Norwegian constitution.

The Crown Prince and Crown Prince Haakon arrive at the cathedral at. 15:00 to undertake the laying wreaths at Christian VIII's coffin.

During the ceremony will be conveyed greetings from parliament and parliament.

H. M. King's Guard and the Royal Life Guards also participate in the ceremony.

Mindehøjtidelighed i Roskilde Domkirke - Kongehuset
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i can't stop smiling ...

i have just got a warm smile and a wave from frederik... a sweet and smiling man to watch.. he smiles all the time.. seriously.. :-) i live in roskilde and was in town today when i see many many people, police and guards men in front of our cathedral .. and how lucky are one allowed to be ... both our frederik and norwegian haakon arrive ... strategically planned i placed me completely away from everyone else so that when frederik drove past on the way home i waved to him and he smiled a big smile and waved back to me he waved to all the others too, but still ;-) lots of people, lots of sun .. Denmark from its best side to show haakon ..

thing to note ..
frederik and haakon arrived in the same car but left in their own...
you simply could not avoid hearing how much respect there is for frederik as a person among people on the street.
there was danish and norwegian flags at our shopping street.
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thank you for sharing your experience MaggieDenmark

Its wonderful to hear
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from the NRF-website kongehuset.no - La ned krans i Roskilde
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both look fantastic and in uniforms

Pictures of Frederik and Haakon
http://80.91.34.200/previews/sz/c/73/w_nor_szc73c9f.jpg
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http://80.91.34.200/previews/sz/c/73/w_nor_szc73bed.jpg

a few more (can I say these two look great in uniform)

the wreaths
http://80.91.34.200/previews/sz/c/73/w_nor_szc73c08.jpg

Inside the Cathedral
http://80.91.34.200/previews/sz/c/73/w_nor_szc73bf2.jpg
http://80.91.34.200/previews/sz/c/73/w_nor_szc73bf1.jpg

Lovely smile from Frederik
http://80.91.34.200/previews/sz/c/73/w_nor_szc73bf0.jpg
http://80.91.34.200/previews/sz/c/73/w_nor_szc73bef.jpg

an article by Billed Bladet
Kronprins Frederik og kronprins Haakon besøgte Roskilde | Billed Bladet

and it might just be my google translate but i love how they are refered to them as the "Two beautiful crown princes"

the DRF has added some pictures
http://kongehuset.dk/Menu/foto--vide...kilde-domkirke
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Thanks for the pics.

Well, Haakon, being a full admiral, may far outrank Frederik but the Danish navy full dress uniform is more stylish.
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Thanks for the pics.

Well, Haakon, being a full admiral, may far outrank Frederik but the Danish navy full dress uniform is more stylish.
what is Frederik's rank?
and i see Frederik has the pilot wings but not Haakon?

and yes I like Frederik's full uniform best
and Frederik is more handsome too (imo)
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The royal couple , the Crown prince royal couple , D.K.H. Prince Joachim and Princess Marie and HRH Princess Benedikte is Friday, May 23, 2014 present at the gala performance at the Opera House on the occasion of the celebration of the 200th anniversary of Norway's constitution.
From the Norwegian Royal Family attend H. M. Queen Sonja and HRH Crown Prince Haakon .

On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of Norway's constitution holds passed a gala performance under the heading TWO COUNTRIES - ONE STORY in Copenhagen Opera House.

Fest performance will mark the relationship between Denmark and Norway among others through music, art and literature.

The royal family and Queen Sonja and Crown Prince Haakon will attend performances with the Danish and Norwegian music, theater, ballet and literature.

During the gala performance keeps the Danish President Lykketoft and Norwegian President Olemic Thommessen and the Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning Schmidt and the Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg speech.

Festforestilling i anledning af fejringen af 200-året for Norges grundlov - Kongehuset

the two queens and Henrik
http://www.billedbladet.dk/sites/bil...?itok=TqMs9OK0

Mary with Frederik and Haakon tonight
http://b.bimg.dk/node-images/393/7/1...n-historie.jpg

gallery
http://www.bt.dk/royale/se-billedern...er-en-historie

Princess Benedikte behind Mary and Frederik (lovely laughter by mary)
http://asset.dr.dk/imagescaler/?file...atio&ratio=3-2

Great picture of Frederik and Mary
https://fbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.n...63223922_n.jpg

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Lovely photo of the two queens and Henrik
http://princesdanoisacopenhague.p.r....net/opera3.jpg

Benedikte
http://princesdanoisacopenhague.p.r....t/o/opera4.jpg

Marie an Joachim
http://princesdanoisacopenhague.p.r....o/opera6_1.jpg

Frederik, Mary and Haakon
http://princesdanoisacopenhague.p.r....o/opera9_1.jpg
http://princesdanoisacopenhague.p.r....o/opera7_1.jpg
http://princesdanoisacopenhague.p.r....t/o/opera8.jpg
http://princesdanoisacopenhague.p.r....et/opera26.jpg

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Wow, Frederik looks fantastic in his uniform!
In my opinion, he is the most good-looking Prince in Europe. :) I think Mary is a lucky woman for the reason that he found and chose her, young girl from Australia, to be his wife. :)
I am really happy that he loves her so much after all these years of their marriage.
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what is Frederik's rank?
and i see Frederik has the pilot wings but not Haakon?

and yes I like Frederik's full uniform best
and Frederik is more handsome too (imo)
Frederik's rank is kommandør, which is equivalent to commodore or full captain, depending on the navy.
It's not pilotwings but free fall jump wings, he's wearing. Had the parachute been blue it would have been static line jump wings.

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an article by Billed Bladet
Kronprins Frederik og kronprins Haakon besøgte Roskilde | Billed Bladet

and it might just be my google translate but i love how they are refered to them as the "Two beautiful crown princes"

the DRF has added some pictures
Mindehøjtidelighed i Roskilde Domkirke - Kongehuset
Yes, the Ulrik Ulriken, as usual, use a very flowery language. Describing the two CPs as "a visual hit" as well.

Let's have a look at the uniforms. This time the King's Guard from Norway.
The great thing about guards uniforms (and gala unifroms) is that you read them like an open book.

http://brynskolekorps.no/wp-content/...t-13-17-27.jpg
http://kongehuset.dk/materialemappe/...domkirke-5.img
They are armed with the Garand rifle, which is a now a common ceremonial rifle. I'm not sure what the Norweigian army uses now as the standard rifle.
Anyway, they were originally a jäger regiment. (In contrast the Danish Royal Lifeguard was originally a grenadier regiment).
Looking at the photos you can see the white infantry stripe on their trousers and the green jäger epaulettes on their shoulders.
They are also lightly equipped, for fast movement. Again in contrast to the Danish guard which is heavily armed with an infantry sabre as well as a grenade bag.

The whole thing about jäger regiments started in present day Germany from around mid 1700's.
There is a long tradition for hunting in Central Europe and as such there were a lot of gamekeepers and when called up, they brought with them their hunting rifles and wearing their normal dark green workclothes, they were used as snipers and scouts in the regiments they belonged.
But as there is also a long tradition for shooting guilds in Central Europe, who often formed their own independent free companies, it was towards the beginning of the Napoleonic Wars decided: "Why not form regiments of these people"?
Dressed in typically dark green unforms to blend in with the terrain and issued rifles, rather than the standard musket, they became the special forces of the day.
That is to operate independently, conducting raids and whatever tasks that required above average initiative and indeed intelligence.
They were not snipers (that job was still conducted by game wardens who followed their officers), instead they were regiments of marksmen, firing independently and as far as possible from behind cover.
This is not to be confused with light companies (later regiments). They operated as skirmishers, vanguards, and performed close flank security. But they were issued muskets. Jägers could do that as well, but typically operated independently from the rest of the army.

Jägers must not be confused with American riflemen during the Revolution. They were predominantly millitia who brought their own, often small caliber, hunting rifles with them. Jägers operated as a unit, uniformed and issued much shorter but heavy caliber rifles.

Now the concept of special forces operations is nothing new. The Romans routinely performed special forces operations and it became very common in Medieval Europe as well. (In fact Denmark was saved as a nation due to a special forces operation in the 1300's. - The Murder of the Bald Count).
But the establishment of jäger regiments were among the first attempts to form regular special forces units. Such units attracted typically young men, often outdoors men, with an above average intelligence and initiative and typically they were also more litterate than those in line regiments. As such they had few problems getting the recruits they wanted and attracting the best officers, which was a problem in the line regiments. That led to a good deal of resentment from traditional officers, who were envious but also frowned on the "ill discipline", initiative and independent thinking among junior officers and soldiers. This not being something they were comfortable with. - Why, they are nothing but a bunch of poachers!
On top of that Jäger regiments were expensive to equip and they cost a fortune in ammunition and what not to keep them up to standard. So jäger regiments, despite their romantic nature often ended up being the first to be dismantled after a war. Not least because there was a genuine problem in keeping soldiers and officers of high quality idling around in peacetime.

That, short and simplified is the history behind the King Guard.
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thank you
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and yes these two are a visual treat

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