Norwegian World War Ii History: Occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany, Ss Dronning Maud, Quisling Regime, Ss Sanct Svithun, Ss Barøy

 
9781157474043: Norwegian World War Ii History: Occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany, Ss Dronning Maud, Quisling Regime, Ss Sanct Svithun, Ss Barøy
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 149. Not illustrated. Chapters: Occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany, Ss Dronning Maud, Quisling Regime, Ss Sanct Svithun, Ss Barøy, Legal Purge in Norway After World War Ii, Directives for Military Officers and Ministry Officials Upon an Attack of Norway, Martial Law in Trondheim in 1942, Skallum, Operation Source, Norwegian Legation in Stockholm, 1943 University of Oslo Fire, Knut Hamsun's Obituary of Adolf Hitler, Kjesäter, Jewish Children's Home in Oslo, Xu, Osvald Group, Capital Punishment in Norway, Look to Norway, Trondheims-Pressen, Ss Westfalen, Festung Norwegen, Milorg, Operation Hardboiled, Polar Line, 21st Norwegian Army, Norwegian Ministry of Culture and Enlightenment, Karl Leib, Elverum Authorization, Administrative Council, Victoria Terrasse, Germanische Leitstelle, Deutsche Zeitung in Norwegen, Norwegian Ministry of Labour and Sports, Norwegian Press Directorate. Excerpt: Altmark Incident - Denmark - Operation Weserübung - Norwegian Campaign - Allied campaign in Norway - Occupation of the Faroe Islands - Invasion of Iceland - Lofoten Islands - Raids on Spitsbergen - Tirpitz - Heavy water sabotage - Swedish iron ore - Operation Silver Fox - Raid on Kirkenes and Petsamo - PetsamoKirkenes Offensive Occupation of Denmark - Rescue of the Danish Jews - Occupation of Norway - Norwegian resistance movement - Nazi concentration camps in Norway - Sweden during World War IIThe occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany started with the German invasion of Norway on April 9, 1940 and ended on May 8, 1945, after the capitulation of German forces in Europe. Throughout this period, Norway was continuously occupied by German military forces. Civil rule was effectively assumed by a Reich Commission, which acted in collaboration with a pro-German puppet government, while the legitimate Norwegian king and government continued to operate in...

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