A Norwegian military officer and politician of the twentieth century. He collaborated with the Germans in their conquest of Norway in World War II; the Germans rewarded him by making him leader of the German-controlled government of the country. After the German defeat, the Norwegian government had Quisling tried for treason and executed.
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He also attacked what he called "quisling Republicans" currently in the Senate.
Stan held Domber over the edge of the open hatch until the ship was out in the sunshine, then he gave the little Quisling a shove.A Yankee Flier Over Berlin|Al Avery
Those who were destined for execution as soon as a quisling government was formed, were also not entitled to depart on the liner.Talents, Incorporated|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
Thorer and his party went north all the way to Bjarkey; and Jon, with his son Vidkun, fled from thence.
Thorer and his men robbed all the movable goods, and burnt the house, and a good long-ship that belonged to Vidkun.
While the hull was burning the vessel keeled to one side, and Thorer called out, "Hard to starboard, Vidkun!"