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Riksarkivet frigir Vidkun Quislings private bilder - Aftenposten  Private collection Vidkun Quisling, Vidkun served as Minister-President of Norway, backed by the Nazis 1942-1945

Riksarkivet frigir Vidkun Quislings private bilder - Aftenposten Private collection Vidkun Quisling, Vidkun served as Minister-President of Norway, backed by the Nazis 1942-1945

Vidkun Quisling sold out his home country of Norway during WWII. His reward was becoming Minister-President of the government that was a Nazi puppet. Shortly after Germany surrendered, he was executed for high treason.

Vidkun Quisling sold out his home country of Norway during WWII. His reward was becoming Minister-President of the government that was a Nazi puppet. Shortly after Germany surrendered, he was executed for high treason.

Riksarkivet frigir Vidkun Quislings private bilder - Aftenposten

Riksarkivet frigir Vidkun Quislings private bilder - Aftenposten

Krigsinnsatsen må hedres - Aftenposten

Krigsinnsatsen må hedres - Aftenposten

Tyske krigsbilder lagt ut på nett - Aftenposten

Tyske krigsbilder lagt ut på nett - Aftenposten

Norway c. 1942. British Commandos making an incursion against the Nazis in Norway, destroying ammunition dumps, oils and gas depots, and other strategic items.

Norway c. 1942. British Commandos making an incursion against the Nazis in Norway, destroying ammunition dumps, oils and gas depots, and other strategic items.

A child in Norway awaiting leaving before the Nazi arrival

A child in Norway awaiting leaving before the Nazi arrival

Narvik, Norway, July 15, 1942: German submariners, just returned from "wolf-packing" an allied convoy in the northern waters, converse with Norway's Reichskommisar Josef Terboven (with sunglasses) and Norway's Nazi collaborator PM Vidkun Quisling (on Terboven's right). Narvik offered an excellent harbor for German U-boats patrolling the North Atlantic, although it did not offer the level of protection against air attack as the French coast bases.

Narvik, Norway, July 15, 1942: German submariners, just returned from "wolf-packing" an allied convoy in the northern waters, converse with Norway's Reichskommisar Josef Terboven (with sunglasses) and Norway's Nazi collaborator PM Vidkun Quisling (on Terboven's right). Narvik offered an excellent harbor for German U-boats patrolling the North Atlantic, although it did not offer the level of protection against air attack as the French coast bases.

German subs in Bergen, Norway, April 1945. Subs still on patrol at the time of Germany's surrender were ordered to the nearest harbor to officially turn themselves over to the allies.

German subs in Bergen, Norway, April 1945. Subs still on patrol at the time of Germany's surrender were ordered to the nearest harbor to officially turn themselves over to the allies.

German prisoners of war from Elverum camp prepare for embarkation from Norway to Germany. Before leaving the embarkation camp at Mandal a final screening of prisoners was carried out by walking the prisoners past two Gestapo men and one 'Quisling' woman who were to identify any of their former colleagues trying to pass themselves off as ordinary German soldiers.

German prisoners of war from Elverum camp prepare for embarkation from Norway to Germany. Before leaving the embarkation camp at Mandal a final screening of prisoners was carried out by walking the prisoners past two Gestapo men and one 'Quisling' woman who were to identify any of their former colleagues trying to pass themselves off as ordinary German soldiers.

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