Anyways so I started doing research on my great-grandparents, and what I concluded was that they're pretty different and diverse. One of my great grandmothers Wivian Bremnes got asthma and other allergies so she became a fisherwoman, and bought her own boat. Didn't know that before today so I know where the fisherman genes are from. Norwegian equivalent of BBC interviewed her in 1977. https://tv.nrk.no/serie/sommergjest/FOLA01006877/10-08-1977 One of my other great grandfathers Ragnar Hansen aka Grand Hansen was originally branded as a nazi for helping the nazis during the war, but later on a few years ago branded as a war hero for his effort and organising skills to evacuate northern Norway when the Nazis were using scorched earth tactic as Russia broke through their front lines. There were a total of 75,000 refugees during the evacuation. News article; https://www.nrk.no/troms/grand-hansen-_-den-ukjente-krigshelten-1.12014424 Then there is my other great grandfather who were a communist, and was lived in his late teens during World War II. He was working for the nazi's digging holes, construction and whatnot. He also told me stories about how sometimes he helped the partisans smuggle in goods that the Russians had sent over. Tobacco, Vodka, and more. After the war he travelled around the world and took different courses in paint jobs, car mechanics until he finally opened up his own Subaru dealership here in Vardø. During the cold war in 1959 he helped Vardø Town Orchestra getting into Russia. Nobody had valid visas or IDs with them. The fishing boat got through, and they got on the nearby island that is not too far out from us. They were then later on let in into Murmansk, and had a concert to the lovely Russians during the iron curtain. A documentary film was made about it too; So what notable things have your grand/great-grandparents done in their lives that you admire?