Jørgen Løvseth

Jørgen Løvseth

Jørgen Løvseth
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Ford Sierra RS Cosworth

Ford Sierra RS Cosworth

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The German Invasion of Norway, 1940

The German Invasion of Norway, 1940

The 1940 Norway Campaign

The 1940 Norway Campaign

Tirpitz in Norway

Tirpitz in Norway

Norway, including 1940 Norwegian Campaign in World War 2

Norway, including 1940 Norwegian Campaign in World War 2

Map of Norway 1940 (Showing Invasion Points) 1949

Map of Norway 1940 (Showing Invasion Points) 1949

Tirpitz

Tirpitz

The Tirpitz in Kåfjord, Norway.  In September 1943, Tirpitz, along with the battleship Scharnhorst, bombarded Allied positions on Spitzbergen, the only time the ship used her main battery in an offensive role. Shortly thereafter, the ship was damaged in an attack by British mini-submarines and subsequently subjected to a series of large-scale air raids.

The Tirpitz in Kåfjord, Norway. In September 1943, Tirpitz, along with the battleship Scharnhorst, bombarded Allied positions on Spitzbergen, the only time the ship used her main battery in an offensive role. Shortly thereafter, the ship was damaged in an attack by British mini-submarines and subsequently subjected to a series of large-scale air raids.

Operation Weserübung, code-name given to the German assault on the countries of Denmark and Norway. Poorly armed, neutral Norway became the first victim of Germany’s Blitzkrieg in the West in April 1940. Both the Allies and Germany ignored Norwegian neutrality. Germany launched a full scale invasion on 9 April 1940. In a series of surprise attacks, 10,000 German troops seized the capital, Oslo, and the main ports.

Operation Weserübung, code-name given to the German assault on the countries of Denmark and Norway. Poorly armed, neutral Norway became the first victim of Germany’s Blitzkrieg in the West in April 1940. Both the Allies and Germany ignored Norwegian neutrality. Germany launched a full scale invasion on 9 April 1940. In a series of surprise attacks, 10,000 German troops seized the capital, Oslo, and the main ports.