German Wehrmacht parade through Oslo, Norway. 1941.

German Wehrmacht parade through Oslo, Norway. 1941.

Oslo, May 7th 1945. Word of the liberation  is spreading.

Oslo, May 7th 1945. Word of the liberation is spreading.

Josef Goebbel in the Norwegian parliament after the German invasion

Josef Goebbel in the Norwegian parliament after the German invasion

Oslo 1947. Siegfried Fehmer, SS  Hauptsturmführer and Kriminalrat Abteilung IV SiPo/Sicherheitsdienst (Gestapo chief Oslo) escorted out of Lagmannretten (courthouse). Executed 16. March 1948.

Oslo 1947. Siegfried Fehmer, SS Hauptsturmführer and Kriminalrat Abteilung IV SiPo/Sicherheitsdienst (Gestapo chief Oslo) escorted out of Lagmannretten (courthouse). Executed 16. March 1948.

February 2nd 1942. Østbanen (Oslo central railway station) dynamited by Osvaldgrupen (communist resistance) on the same day the German occupants appointed Vidkun Quisling "ministerpresident" of Norway.

February 2nd 1942. Østbanen (Oslo central railway station) dynamited by Osvaldgrupen (communist resistance) on the same day the German occupants appointed Vidkun Quisling "ministerpresident" of Norway.

June 7th 1945, Oslo. Crown prince Olav wishing king Haakon VII welcome home from exile. Olav had returned to Norway already on May 13th.

June 7th 1945, Oslo. Crown prince Olav wishing king Haakon VII welcome home from exile. Olav had returned to Norway already on May 13th.

June 7th 1945. King Haakon VII returns to Oslo after 5 years in exile. Behind him the royal family.

June 7th 1945. King Haakon VII returns to Oslo after 5 years in exile. Behind him the royal family.

May 1945. Norwegian children welcomes British troops arrived at Gardermoen airfield near Oslo.

May 1945. Norwegian children welcomes British troops arrived at Gardermoen airfield near Oslo.

May 1945. Norwegian infantry trained and armed in neutral Sweden during the war entering liberated Oslo. The Swedes insisted that they were merely educating a "police force" for the many Norwegian refugees.

May 1945. Norwegian infantry trained and armed in neutral Sweden during the war entering liberated Oslo. The Swedes insisted that they were merely educating a "police force" for the many Norwegian refugees.

1945, May 8th. Last assembly of the prisoners at Grini prison camp outside Oslo, Norway. Photo:Fanny Wikborg

1945, May 8th. Last assembly of the prisoners at Grini prison camp outside Oslo, Norway. Photo:Fanny Wikborg

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