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Forsvarets forskningsinstitutt, abbreviated FFI, is the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, established shortly after World War II (WWII) on 11 April 1946, based on research knowledge that was gained during the war by Norwegian engineers whilst working in the UK.
During WWII, around 30 Norwegian enginers and scientists worked at British research institutes. In 1944, the Defense High Command's Technical Commitee (FOTU) in London, proposed that after the war, a separate military research institute should be established under the Ministry of Defence, which was eventually approved on 11 April 1946. One of the most central people of the group of scientists, Fredrik Møller, became the FFI's first director (1948-1957).


References
  1. Wikipedia, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment
    Visited 28 march 2023.

  2. FFI History (75th anniversary)
    Visited 28 march 2023.
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