In September 2005, King Harald V of Norway, visited Washington, D.C. to celebrate the centennial of diplomatic relations between the United States and Norway. As part of the ceremony, a reenactment of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Look to Norway speech in September 1942 was given at the Washington Navy Yard to dignitaries, guests, and veterans. The Navy Museum, now National Museum of the U.S. Navy, was also one of the stops at the Yard. During the original speech at the Washington Navy Yard, HNoMS King Haakon IV, a patrol craft class submarine chaser - USS PC-467, was given to the Norwegian Crown Price Olav, his wife Princes Martha, and the Norwegian ambassador, as part of the growing diplomatic relations.
National Archives Blog May 14, 2021 blog post – Look to Norway