Sigurd


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Sigurd:

see SiegfriedSiegfried
or Sigurd
, great folk hero of early and medieval Germanic mythology. His legend, important in several Germanic epics, recounts his killing of the dragon Fafnir, his marriage to Gudrun (or Kriemhild), his love and betrayal of Brunhild, and his tragic death.
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Back over hurdles, Sigurd should be seen in a better light.
In a conversation with the notorious self-proclaimed "white nationalist" Kai Murras, powerfully-built Fraser says: "One of the videos we're going to show at the next Sigurd camp, we're going to get a projector up and project a jihadis training for ISIS over in Syria, showing them how they train".
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Coproducers, Jan Eirik Langoen, Sigurd Mikal Karoliussen,
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