Kristofer Hjelmeseth

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“ SS-Sturmbannführer Jonas Lie photographed in 1943 in Waffen-SS officer uniform. Lie had served with the Leibstandarte Division in 1941 and had received the Iron Cross Second Class. A tough, ambitious man (and best-selling mystery writer...

“ SS-Sturmbannführer Jonas Lie photographed in 1943 in Waffen-SS officer uniform. Lie had served with the Leibstandarte Division in 1941 and had received the Iron Cross Second Class. A tough, ambitious man (and best-selling mystery writer.

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Norwegian officers from the Wiking Division wearing the autumn/winter reversible camouflage uniforms in the late of In the middle (fourth from the left) Olav Jøntvedt, artist from Porsgrunn.

Quist var som nevnt i sjef for Den Norske Legion med sine 1218 mann.

Norsk SS legion - the Germans recruited all over Europe

den norske legion / SS-Freiwilligen-Legion Norwegen

Soldiers of Freiwilligen-Legion Norwegen in Fallingbostel, Germany,

Vidkun Quisling shakes hands with an Oberscharführer of the Norwegian Legion ( Den Norske Legion, Freiwilligen-Legion Norwegen). Behind we can see Arthur Quist, last Commander of the Legion.

Norwegian Prime Minister Vidkun Quisling (Vidkun Abraham Lauritz Jonssøn Quisling, awards the Iron Cross Class Untersturmführer Norwegian SS legion on the streets of the village in the Novgorod region. In the photo to the left of the first B.

Bjorn Lindstad enlisted as a volunteer in the The Norwegian legion at 17 years old. After the war he wrote a diary with detailed descriptions of his experiences at the Eastern Front. His book came out last year but its only in Norwegian :( but if you speak the language then heres the book… https://www.tanum.no/_faglitteratur/historie-og-arkeologi/den-frivillige-bj%C3%B8rn-lindstad-9788248911630 (He’s on the right in the 3rd Photo and the other man has the last name Karlsen)

Bjorn Lindstad enlisted as a volunteer in the The Norwegian legion at 17 years…