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Gebirgsjager in Narvik

German Forces - Gebirgsjager in Narvik

Mountain rangers of 6.Company, 2.Battalion, 137.Regiment from left to right, Franz Hollerweger), sergeant Kepplinger and ranger Köhl (KIA June 29, 1941 in a battle near the village Titovka, Murmansk region, USSR) confer during a break in Narvik, Norway, June 13, 1940.

Gebirgsjäger of Company/II. Regiment in Norway. From left to right: Franz Hollerweger, Feldwebel Kepplinger and Gefreiter Josef Köchl who died on 29 June, 1941 during a battle near the village of Titovka, Murmansk Oblast.

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Norway The Norwegian General Carl Gustav Fleischer of the Divison, the first allied general and division to defeat and crush the German nazi advancing units in "Deutchland siegt an allen fronten" except this one.

Slaget om Narvik – Wikipedia

A group of German Gebirgsjägers (mountain troops) in action in Narvik, Norway, in 1940

German 1934-class destroyer and other ships in port in Narvik, Norway, 1940

[Photo] German 1934-class destroyer and other ships in port in Narvik, Norway, 1940

German destroyers in Narvik Harbor, Norway, - My uncle, aged died during the Narvik campaign

Slaget om Narvik - Wikipedia

Norway Norwegian soldiers manning a Kongsberg machine gun

From the battle for Narvik harbour, 9 April 1940.

From the battle for Narvik harbour, 9 April

Norwegian Campaign: Battle of Narvik, 1940 (b/w photo)

Norwegian Campaign: Battle of Narvik, 1940 , pin by Paolo Marzioli

Narvik 1940  Un corps expéditionnaire composé des 6e et 27e demi-brigades de chasseurs alpins,puis d'un groupement de haute montagne en majorité composée d'anciens républicains espagnols, et de bataillons de chasseurs polonais y furent engagés, soit 24 500 soldats alliés contre 5 600 soldats allemands( des Gebirgsjägers en majorité)

Narvik 1940 Un corps expéditionnaire composé des 6e et 27e demi-brigades de chasseurs alpins,puis d'un groupement de haute montagne en majorité composée d'anciens républicains espagnols, et de bataillons de chasseurs polonais y furent engagés, soit 24 500 soldats alliés contre 5 600 soldats allemands( des Gebirgsjägers en majorité)

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