During the first three weeks of October 1929, stocks plunged, even as Ivar held steady.
Meanwhile, Ivar arrived in Berlin, for final negotiations with the German government.
Ivar imagined the buzz spreading about his extraordinary weekend dealings.
If Ivar was a shining beacon of confidence, his securities would maintain their value, even if the rest of the market crashed.
Ivar had first raised money from American investors just seven years earlier.
And just as we finished a hearty meal, la and Ivar arrived, so that she had to begin all over again for them.
Ivar had explained his choice by saying that the fewer neighbors he had, the fewer temptations.
The king saw that Ivar was out of spirits, and asked him why he was so melancholy.
Carl, who could not understand what Ivar said, saw that the two boys were displeased.
There was a man called Ivar White, a Norwegian by birth, who was the king's courtman and chamberlain.