National Geographic : 1945 Nov
Norwegian Official Vidkun Quisling Feasts Children of the Hird, His Guard-a Photograph Found in Gimle, His Luxurious Palace Before he went on trial for treason, Quisling was tossed, with 300 "common collaborators," into Mollergaten 19, the Oslo jail(page 637). The traitor was condemned to death by a firing squad last September. The innocent offspring of its quislings worry Norway. They do not merit segregation; yet without itthey face persecution by young patriots. In Norse mythology, Gimle meant God's Hall, and in Viking times Hird was the King's Guard.