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Songs about Gregers:
Coastline (feat. Greger Hillman) by Jonathan Fritzén from the Album Vip
Aùf Bergeshöh'n (Sur les sommets) (M.Greger) by Max Greger & son Orchestre "Gentiane" from the Album Fête au Village Bavarois
Catch Up (Greger Jr. / Antolini) by Catch Up from the Album The Best Of... (Cult-Recordings by OBH)
Eine Reise Ins Gluck (Karaoke Version) [In the Style of Max Greger] by The Karaoke Universe from the Album Eine Reise Ins Gluck (Karaoke Version) [In the Style of Max Greger]
Eine reise ins glück (Karaoke Version) [In the Style of Max Greger] by The Karaoke Universe from the Album Karaoke Dance Night, Vol. 23
El negro zumbon (Karaoke Version) (Originally Performed By Max Greger) by La-Le-Lu from the Album Sing Like Max Greger (Karaoke Version)
Greger by Kretipleti from the Album Kontaminationen EP
Books about Gregers:
Murder in Skarhamn A Swedish Crime Novel (Greger Thulin Book 2) by Ramona Fransson and Judith Bourque (Jan 3, 2014)
Precious Love, a crime novel (Chief Inspector Greger Thulin Book 1) by Ramona Fransson and Judith Bourque (Jan 25, 2013)
Song of Storms: The Journal of David Greger (Volume 1) by Rodney Marsella (Aug 4, 2013)
Greger: Webster's Timeline History, 1656 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)
Swedish Crime Novels: Precious Love a crime novel (Chief Inspector Greger Thulin) (Volume 1) by Ramona Fransson and Judith Bourque (May 26, 2014)
Murder in Skarhamn: a Swedish Crime Novel (Greger Thulin) (Volume 2) by Ramona Fransson and Judith Bourque (Jan 16, 2014)
Movable Islands: Poems by Debora Greger (Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets) by Debora Greger (Jul 14, 2014)
Wiki information Gregers:
Gregers Winther Wulfsberg Gram MC MM was a Norwegian resistance fighter and saboteur. A corporal and later second lieutenant in the Norwegian Independent Company 1 during the Second World War, he was killed in 1944.
Gregers Winther Wulfsberg Gram was a Norwegian jurist and politician, and international arbitrator. He was a Supreme Court Assessor, Norwegian Prime Minister in Stockholm from 1889 to 1891 and from 1893 to 1898 and County Governor from 1898 to 1915.